Summerland Tour 2016
feat. Sugar Ray, Everclear, Lit, Sponge

August 3, 2016

St. John's Summer Concert Series
August 4, 2016

Norm's Island Nature Tours
August 5, 2016
Montana Audubon Center

August 5, 2016
Downtown Billings

Beat the Heat 5K
August 6, 2016

LemonZOOade Day
August 6, 2016

International Friendship Day
August 7, 2016
Yellowstone Art Museum 

Turnpike Troubadours,
Jason Boland and The Stragglers,
American Aquarium

August 10, 2016

Scott Stapp: The Voice of Creed
August 10, 2016
The Pub Station 

August 12-20, 2016

3 Doors Down with Theory
of a Deadman at MontanaFair

August 14, 2016

Cold Hard Cash
A Tribute to Johnny Cash

August 17, 2016

Movies in the Park 
Finding Nemo
August 26, 2016
Rose Park 

Block Party
August 31, 2016
Shops at Shiloh Crossing

Wing Ding
August 31, 2016
The Rimrocks
The Reef Indoor Water Park
Rock Climbing
Pictograph Cave
Red Lodge Mountain 
Big Sky Resort 
Lake Elmo State Park
DanWalt Gardens
Sartorie Farms
Yellowstone County Museum 
Yellowstone Art Museum
Alberta Bair Theater
Yellowstone Cellars & Winery
Montana Brewing Company 
Angry Hank's Micro Brewery
Town and Country Bowling Center
Outlaw Canyon Adventures
Heritage Trail System
EagleRock Golf Course 
Western Heritage Center
Carter's Brewery & Tap Room 
Moss Mansion 
Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. 
The Pryor Mountains
Pappy's Cowboy Cookout
Sunrise Studio & Art Gallery
Billings Junior Ice Hockey
Billings Minor League Baseball 
Bozeman Junior Ice Hockey 
Missoula Minor League Baseball 

Montana Grizzlies 
Montana State Bobcats 

Green Your Commute
Did you know the average U.S. employee spends an average of 47 hours driving through rush hour traffic each year? All that time on the road means we waste 23 billion gallons of gas in commuter traffic a year. Learn how you can reduce your carbon commuter footprint with these simple tips.

  • Take public transportation.In 2005, public transportation (like buses and metro) saved the U.S. 6.9 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Next week, leave the car in the garage and give public transport a whirl—it can save you time, money and 20 pounds of CO2 emissions per day. Haven’t used public transportation before? Start out slow; take it once or twice a week and before you know it, you’ll be confident enough to take it every day.
  • Carpool with coworkers. Save a few pounds of CO2 by sharing a ride with your neighbors or coworkers. If your office doesn’t already have a carpooling plan, take it upon yourself to see who’s interested. Wrap up your next staff meeting by seeing if anyone wants to share a ride, or send out a short memo to solicit feedback. You’ll position yourself as an agent of change, saving you and your colleagues time, money and vehicle wear and tear…all while helping the environment.
  • Consider going carless. It may seem drastic, but owning a car can be more hindrance than help—especially for city dwellers. And consider this: the estimated yearly cost of driving a single-occupant car ranges from $4,826 to $9,685—while the average yearly cost of taking public transportation falls between $200 and $2,000. And giving up your car doesn’t mean you can’t drive when you need to. Car sharing services like Zipcar and Car2Go are popping up all over the U.S.
  • Bike to Work. Start by participating in Bike to Work Day in May and get comfortable with the routes in your area by riding with othes.

Of course, car-free tips may not be practical in certain areas. Fortunately, there are still ways you can reduce your carbon footprint as you travel to and from work.

  • Switch to an eletric vehicle or hybrid. Hybrids and electric vehicles are now available from just about every manufacturer, have better gas mileage and run cleaner than their counterparts. If you can’t make the switch, try to look for a car that has the highest miles per gallon (MPG). You’ll burn less gasoline and stretch your dollar.
  • Keep your car in shape. Strange but true: keeping your tires properly inflated can save an estimated 2 billion gallons of gas each year. In tandem with keeping tires trim, make sure to get regular tune-ups and filter changes—proactive maintenance will help you burn less gas while saving you from car trouble.
  • Drive responsibly.  Adhering to the speed limit and avoiding sudden starts and stops will help you burn less gas and bump up your MPG. Discovery’s Planet Green recommends keeping your engine speeds between 1,200 and 3,000 RPMs, and up-shift between 2,000 and 2,500 RMPs. Of course, planning efficient trips for errands and other trips will also keep you from racking up unnecessary miles.
Friday, August 5, 2016
Suicide Squad
Nine Lives
The Little Prince
Smurfs: The Lost Village

Friday, August 12, 2016
Ghost Team
Pete's Dragon

Friday, August 19, 2016
A Tale of Love and Darkness
War Dogs

Friday, August 26, 2016
Mechanic: Resurrection 
Remember The Goal
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