Helena-area arts and leisure information printed March 23, 2023


Leisure at Lewis & Clark Faucet Room

Lewis & Clark High Room has scheduled the next upcoming occasions:

Entertainment at Lewis & Clark Tap Room

Nation rock singer Matt Strachan and the Hoot Owls carry out on the Faucet Room on Thursday, March 23 at 8 p.m. 

Entertainment at Lewis & Clark Tap Room

Tanner Usrey shall be acting on Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m. on the Faucet Room.

  • Montana Pink Grime Doubleheader from Matt Strachan and the Hoot Owls and El Wencho play on Thursday, March 23 at 8 p.m. $5 cowl.
  • Jack Willhite’s Rock & Roll Comedy Present takes place on Friday, March 24 at 8 p.m. $10 ADV / $15 day of the present.
  • Hailing from Prosper, Texas, Tanner Usrey is an rising singer/songwriter with a vocal styling all his personal. Usrey shall be acting on Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m. with opening assist from Levi Blom. Basic admission $20 ADV / $30 day of present.
  • Magician Karl Harren performs within the energy room on Sunday, March 26 at 7 p.m. $5 cowl.
  • Open Mic takes place on Tuesday, March 28 at 7 p.m.
  • Check your information with Faucet Room Trivia on Wednesday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m.

Persons are additionally studying…

For information on all exhibits: Lewis & Clark Faucet Room, 1535 Dodge Ave., https://lctaproom.com/ or name 406-442-5960.

Emma Donovan & the Putbacks 

Emma Donovan & the Putbacks have been hailed as being “on the forefront of the Indigenous renaissance” motion in Australia.

They’ll be bringing their distinctive mix of nation, soul and funk to The Myrna Loy Thursday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m.

Emma Donovan & the Putbacks at The Myrna

Award-winning Australian soul/funk singer Emma Donovan fronts The Putbacks in 11 a.m. household live performance and a 7:30 full live performance at The Myrna Loy Thursday, March 30.

Donovan, a multi-award-winning Indigenous singer, has been performing music since she was 7.

And he or she’s been collaborating with the Melbourne-based Putbacks, a rhythm and funk band, for the previous eight years.

A member of the famend household band, The Donovans, that was based by her grandparents, Micko and Aileen Donovan, Emma knew she wished to be a singer since she was a younger teen.

Her entire household on her mom’s aspect was in The Donovans, together with Emma’s mom Agnes and Emma’s 5 uncles. Like her mom and grandmother, Emma is thought for her highly effective voice. A lot of the music they sang was church or gospel music.

Her mom’s household are Gumbaynggirr (pronounced goom-bang-GEAR) folks from the realm now generally known as Northern New South Wales. Whereas her father’s household are Yamatji (yah-mah-djee) and hailed from West Australia.

The Myrna Loy live performance would be the band’s sole Montana gig, and it is going to be the primary time Donavan has carried out in Montana.

Tickets  are $25 and obtainable on-line at themyrnaloy.com/, 15 N. Ewing, or name 406-443-0287.

Symphony subscription tickets on sale

Subscriptions for the 2023-2024 Helena Symphony season are actually on sale.

Season 69 will function famend visitor artists together with violinist Tim Fain, pianist Carl Cranmer, cellist Amit Peled, and extra. Subscribers will obtain entry to subscriptions perks reminiscent of bring-a-friend passes, reserved seats for all six Masterworks concert events, and early entry to Mozart by Candlelight and Christmas within the Cathedral tickets.

Season tickets may be bought by calling the Symphony Field Workplace (406-442-1860), or visiting the Symphony Field Workplace situated within the Placer Constructing at 21 N. Final Likelihood Gulch, Suite 100 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Subscriptions will also be bought on-line at helenasymphony.org. Subscriptions vary from $107 to $340 relying on location.


Spring break workshops at Grandstreet

Grandstreet Theatre College if providing spring break workshops on March 30-31.

Sing, dance and study songs and scenes from a few of your favourite musicals. This workshop is run by the highschool college students of Grandstreet’s Pupil Advisory Board.

Register on-line at: theatreschool.grandstreettheatre.com.

Half-day worth is $20 from 9 a.m.- midday, or 1-4 p.m.

Full day is $35. Lunch shall be supplied for full day members (please notify us upfront of any dietary restrictions).

For extra data go to our web site theatreschool.grandstreettheatre.com, or name the workplace at 406-442-4270.


Artist, college students create mobiles

Take a look at the enjoyable and fanciful mobiles hanging within the window of the Holter Museum of Artwork, 12 E. Lawrence St. Get pleasure from their shadows and free-flowing mild motion.

Ann Wilsnack mobiles

Artist Ann Wilsnack taught college students cellular making utilizing discarded plastic gadgets. The work is on show within the window of the Holter.

The mobiles had been comprised of largely discarded plastic gadgets by Ann Wilsnack and her college students. They are going to be on show into early April.

Exhibit options artist’s non-public work

Jan Novy (1952-2019) appeared on the world intently. Meticulously. Mindfully.

The 1+1=1 Gallery presents “Look Carefully” an exhibit of work Novy made for herself however that should be shared. Novy’s final present was in 2018.

“Look Carefully”  can have a digital element, obtainable on-line at 1plus1is1.com Web site guests can learn the curator’s assertion, Novy’s artist assertion and browse a gallery of items included within the exhibit.

“Look Carefully” shall be on show on the gallery via Saturday, March 25. 1+1=1 Gallery is situated at 434 North Final Likelihood Gulch in Helena, and is open Tuesday via Friday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturdays 11a.m. to 4 p.m.

Library sponsoring Tiny Cell Artwork contest

The Lewis & Clark Library Bookmobile shall be internet hosting a Tiny Cell Artwork Gallery throughout April. The gallery shall be obtainable for viewing in any respect Bookmobile stops throughout commonly scheduled open hours.

To view the Bookmobile schedule go to, www.lclibrary.org/188/bookmobile.

To enter artwork for the gallery please submit a 3×3 piece of artwork to the Bookmobile at any scheduled cease by March 31 along with your identify, a brief description of the piece, and make contact with data.

Be sure you embody whether or not you want to your artwork returned to you after the present.

Not all submitted artwork shall be entered into the Tiny Cell Artwork Gallery, entries are on the discretion of library employees.

You probably have any questions please e mail the Bookmobile employees at [email protected].

Lessons and workshops on the Holter

Artwork Good: Ages 7-14 on Wednesdays, on-going from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Worth: $17. Member: $12.

An after-school artwork class. Be a part of instructing artist Elise Perpignano to find out about a distinct artist every week, exploring their inventive type and medium earlier than breaking out to create your personal piece of artwork.

Determine Drawing Open Studio: Wednesdays, on-going from 6:30- 8:30 p.m. Worth: $17. Member: $12.

This ongoing determine drawing studio is open to all ranges. Carry your personal media.

Pricey Potato Pop-up and Snug Footwear at Craft a Higher Group: Sunday, March 26 from 3:30-8 p.m. at Ten Mile Creek Brewery.

Eat a cookie in assist of the humanities. Pricey Potato shall be promoting cookies and baked items from 3:30-6:30 p.m. with a share of every sale benefitting the museum. Cookies shall be adorned with well-known items of paintings. Indulge that candy tooth and take a chew realizing it helps your favourite native artwork museum.

Carry alongside your dancing sneakers as Snug Footwear takes the stage at 6 p.m. to play tunes and dancing grooves into the night. One greenback of each beverage bought from 5-8 p.m. goes to the museum. Eat some cookies, sip a beverage, and dance alongside in assist of the humanities.

Name 406-442-6400, or go to holtermuseum.org/ for extra data.


Fish Fry in Townsend Friday

The Townsend Knights of Columbus Fish Fry is again. Take a drive out to Townsend on March 24 to take pleasure in fish, taters, mac and cheese, coleslaw and clam chowder.

The occasion shall be at Holy Cross Catholic Church, 101 S. Walnut, within the parish heart from 5-7 pm. Costs are $18 per particular person, $40 per speedy household with three-plus members, and children underneath 5 are free.

Evening of Irish Dance, Tune & Debate

Carroll’s Speaking Saints are internet hosting a trio of visitor debaters from Dublin, Eire, on Thursday, March 30, at 6:30 p.m. within the Campus Middle Decrease Degree.

The night occasion will function conventional Irish dancing from the Tiernan Irish Dancers, a musical efficiency by the Brennan household that includes guitars, banjos, whistles, mandolins, and harmonicas and can conclude with a debate between a number of Speaking Saints and the nationwide debate champion Irish debaters on whether or not Irish sports activities are higher than American sports activities – Gaelic soccer vs. the NFL, hurling vs. baseball, and so on.

This occasion is free and open to the general public. The Helena group is inspired to attend.

Carroll annual Philosophy Now Lecture

Be a part of Carroll School for its annual Philosophy Now Lecture, “Kinship, Citizenship: 23andMe and the Finish of Democratic Life,” on the Corette Library Sage Room on Thursday, March 30, at 7 p.m. that includes Stony Brook College Affiliate Professor of Philosophy Anne O’Byrne, Ph.D.

The occasion is free and open to the general public.

Guide Nerd Studying Problem

Are you a self-proclaimed ebook nerd? Showcase your studying prowess by taking part within the Lewis & Clark Library Guide Nerd Studying Problem! Throughout April, learn one ebook in every of the 4 classes to win a one-of-a-kind ebook nerd sticker designed by library employees.

Participation is simple. Join at www.beanstack.com with Lewis & Clark Library as your website and start monitoring your reads on April 1. Classes embody: graphic novels, poetry, image ebook or espresso desk ebook, and ebook of your selection. When you full the problem in Beanstack go to any Lewis & Clark Library location to pick-up your ebook nerd sticker. This program is for readers of all ages.

Fundraiser Ball for the MPN, HAT

Impressed by Robin Hood and Jane Austen, the Montana Playwrights Community and Helena Avenue Theatre current The Ball, a group occasion for everybody to decorate in ball costumes, socialize and dance within the Helena Civic Middle Ballroom, 340 Neill Ave., on April 8 from 6:30-11 p.m.

This fundraiser options stay music with a dance caller to guide everybody via enjoyable, easy-to-learn dances. The night features a silent public sale, hors d’oeuvres, and a cash-bar for soda, beer, and wine.

There can even be a separate daytime Household Enjoyable occasion that includes nice video games and dance classes from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Daytime tickets are $5 with children ages 5 and underneath admitted free, and night Ball tickets are $30. All tickets can be found on-line at www.montanaplaywrights.org or name 406-603-0569 for extra data.

Helena film listings

760 Nice Northern, 406-442-4225, cinemark.com

  • John Wick: Chapter 4, R
  • Cocaine Bear, R
  • Champions, PG-13
  • Creed III, PG-13
  • Shazam! Fury of the Gods, PG-13
  • 65, PG-13
  • Scream VI, R
  • Jesus Revolution, PG-13
  • Puss In Boots: The Final Want, PG

15 N. Ewing St., 406-443-0287, themyrnaloy.com

  • Inside, R
  • Champions, PG-13