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Emma Olson
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It's a new month, and with it comes a new batch of wonderful events tonight. Some of my top picks are the following...(there are more listed in the Independent)

Something empty becomes something artistic during the first display of the Missoula Storefront Projects which seeks to connect the Missoula art community to downtown property owners with exhibits in empty storefronts--with a First Friday display celebrating the Zootown Arts Community Center at 314 N. Higgins Ave. from 5-8 PM.

The Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St., presents Snippets from the Bright and From the Shade, an exhibit of traditional photography by David J. Spear--that features scenes of Montana, New  York City and other areas--during a First Friday opening reception from 5-8 PM at the museum. Free, with a gallery talk with Spears at 7 PM.

Mixed media artist Shana Mattheis presents The Amazing Bee Show, a tribute to bees from 5-8PM at Bernice's Bakery, 190 S. Third St.

Barb Schwarz Karst presents Fruits of Labor: The Cornucopia Collection, a series of acrylic and photo transfer pieces of botanical images at House Design Studio, 133 N. Higgins Ave. from 5-8 PM.

The Artists' Shop, 304 N. Higgins Ave. presents Under Montana's Sky, a series of blown and cameo glass pieces by Lisa Tate that are inspired by Montana sunrises, sunsets and night skies from 5-8 PM.

Mara Panich presents Spatial Recognition, a series of acrylic paintings that study the interaction between bodies and space at the Downtown Dance Collective, 121. W. Main St from 6-8. --I do work trade at the DDC and got a sneak peak of this show, which looks amazing.

Lastly, two great local bands, Wartime Blues and Butter, play Americana and Folk at the Top Hat at 9 PM $3-$5.

Looks to be an amazing night... See you on the streets!

 
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Video of all the permaculture design course and appropriate technology course (about 177 hours)
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