The Montana Wilderness Association’s Eastern Wildlands Chapter is pleased to announce our Music for the Wild celebration returns on Saturday, May 12th at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.! Join us for a night of high-spirited music by our favorites, The High Country String Band and The Two Tracks from Sheridan. Catch up with what’s new in the EWC, enjoy gourmet grilled sandwiches by Montana Melt, and get a chance to win special silent auction offerings (including a Red Lodge cabin stay and a Harry Koyama painting)! Music for the Wild is the primary fundraiser for the Eastern Wildlands Chapter, with funds supporting projects that benefit the residents, visitors, and wildlife of eastern Montana, including research on threatened wildlife populations in the Beartooth Mountains, field studies on endemic plant communities in the Pryor Mountains, and funding short documentaries by area filmographers, and much more. Come on down for our annual party celebrating wilderness, philanthropy, and music. All are welcome to attend. $8, free for 18 and under
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Music for the Wild with High Country String Band and Two Tracks
Music for the Wild
The Montana Wilderness Association’s Eastern Wildlands Chapter is pleased to announce our Music for the Wild celebration returns on Saturday, May 12th at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.! Join us for a night of high-spirited music by our favorites, The High Country String Band and The Two Tracks from Sheridan. Catch up with what’s new in the EWC, enjoy gourmet grilled sandwiches by Montana Melt, and get a chance to win special silent auction offerings (including a Red Lodge cabin stay and a Harry Koyama painting)! Music for the Wild is the primary fundraiser for the Eastern Wildlands Chapter, with funds supporting projects that benefit the residents, visitors, and wildlife of eastern Montana, including research on threatened wildlife populations in the Beartooth Mountains, field studies on endemic plant communities in the Pryor Mountains, and funding short documentaries by area filmographers, and much more. Come on down for our annual party celebrating wilderness, philanthropy, and music. All are welcome to attend. $8, free for 18 and under
Johnson’s Billings News
Music for the Wild
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Music for the Wild with High Country String Band and Two Tracks