November 7 Poetry Open Mic Night 5.00 pm pin This House of Books 224 N. Broadway The series gives an opportunity for poets to present their work outside of a competition or “slam.” These popular events have featured famous, local, and beginning poets reading and speaking about poetry. Drop in to give a listen or to read from your own work. Who knows, you may find yourself in the co mpany of the next poet laureate! Sign up begins at 5:00. Readings begin at 5:30. Food Film Festival at Art House Art House Cinema & Pub 6.30 pm The Food Film Festival is back at Art House this fall! We will be showing a different film each week for 3 weeks starting on Tuesday, October 31 (Halloween). A follow-up panel discussion on food policy will take place at the Billings Public Library on November 16 from 7-8:30pm. Nov 7: Symphony of the Soil Nov 14: Farmland the Movie Tickets are $10 per film or $25 for all three. Doors at 5:30 p.m. Movies at 6:30 p.m. Special thanks to our sponsors: *Yellowstone Valley Citizens Council *Billings Public Library… November 8 Billings Jaycees November Membership Meeting 6.30-8.30 pm American Legion Post 4 1540 Broadwater Ave Plan ahead and be sure to join us for the upcoming membership meeting! Whether you are a current member or looking for a way to make the most of your passion by joining this premier leadership associatio n, all are welcome. Learn more about the Billings Jaycees by visiting our webpage at www.billingsjaycees.org . A People's History Reading Group 7.00 - 8.30 Mazevo Coffee Roasters & Espresso Bar, 1st Avenue North A weekly reading group for A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn hosted by Billings DSA in the large conference room at Mazevo Coffee Roasters & Espresso Bar November 9 Tapas & Beer Pairing at Terakedis Fine Art with Live Music 6.00-8.00 pm Terakedis Fine Art 112 N. Broadway Seva’s Tastes From Around the World Tapas & Beer Pairing @ Terakedis Fine Art with Art Demonstrations and Live Music This will be an amazing, unique event! At Terakedis Fine Art, we will sit back and enjoy a 5 course Tapas & Beer Pairing from Seva Kitchen, surrounded by breathtaking masterpieces, listening to live music, and even having local artists creating great pieces of art right in fro nt of us! Awesome people, amazing art, delicious food, what more can you ask for! Have kids? Bring them to Big Sky Imaginarium where they will enjoy an activity packed play date with a fun craft, homecooked dinner, games, then settle in to watch a movie. Become a GoUnite Member here: https://gounitenow.com/join-now/ November Lecture- Native American Race Relations Lecture Series 7.00-8.30 pm Billings Public Library For our next lecture, Ron Garritson will present an interactive presentation of the Plains Indian Sign Language, to bring attention to the importance of preserving this most sacred form of communication, this silent language of the plains, which is currently on the list of endangered Native American languages. The history and use of the sign talk will be examined as well as what is being done or can be done to preserve this and other Native American languages that are at risk of being lost forever.​ November 10, 11, 12 7.30-9.30 pm (*2.00-4.00 pm) NOVA Center for the Performing Arts 2317 Montana Ave Yellowstone Repertory Theatre Presents: "DOUBT, A PARABLE" by John Patrick Shanley or you can see Mouse Trap
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November 7 Poetry Open Mic Night 5.00 pm pin This House of Books 224 N. Broadway The series gives an opportunity for poets to present their work outside of a competition or “slam.” These popular events have featured famous, local, and beginning poets reading and speaking about poetry. Drop in to give a listen or to read from your own work. Who knows, you may find yourself in the co mpany of the next poet laureate! Sign up begins at 5:00. Readings begin at 5:30. Food Film Festival at Art House Art House Cinema & Pub 6.30 pm The Food Film Festival is back at Art House this fall! We will be showing a different film each week for 3 weeks starting on Tuesday, October 31 (Halloween). A follow- up panel discussion on food policy will take place at the Billings Public Library on November 16 from 7- 8:30pm. Nov 7: Symphony of the Soil Nov 14: Farmland the Movie Tickets are $10 per film or $25 for all three. Doors at 5:30 p.m. Movies at 6:30 p.m. Special thanks to our sponsors: * Y e l l o w s t o n e Valley Citizens Council *Billings Public Library… November 8 Billings Jaycees N o v e m b e r M e m b e r s h i p Meeting 6.30-8.30 pm American Legion Post 4 1540 Broadwater Ave Plan ahead and be sure to join us for the upcoming membership meeting! Whether you are a current member or looking for a way to make the most of your passion by joining this premier leadership associatio n, all are welcome. Learn more about the Billings Jaycees by visiting our webpage at www.billingsjaycees.org . A People's History Reading Group 7.00 - 8.30 Mazevo Coffee Roasters & Espresso Bar, 1st Avenue North A weekly reading group for A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn hosted by Billings DSA in the large conference room at Mazevo Coffee Roasters & Espresso Bar November 9 Tapas & Beer Pairing at Terakedis Fine Art with Live Music 6.00-8.00 pm Terakedis Fine Art 112 N. Broadway Seva’s Tastes From Around the World Tapas & Beer Pairing @ Terakedis Fine Art with Art Demonstrations and Live Music This will be an amazing, unique event! At Terakedis Fine Art, we will sit back and enjoy a 5 course Tapas & Beer Pairing from Seva Kitchen, surrounded by breathtaking m a s t e r p i e c e s , listening to live music, and even having local artists creating great pieces of art right in fro nt of us! Awesome people, amazing art, delicious food, what more can you ask for! Have kids? Bring them to Big Sky Imaginarium where they will enjoy an activity packed play date with a fun craft, homecooked dinner, games, then settle in to watch a movie. Become a GoUnite Member here: https://gounitenow.com/join-now/ November Lecture- Native American Race Relations Lecture Series 7.00-8.30 pm Billings Public Library For our next lecture, Ron Garritson will present an interactive presentation of the Plains Indian Sign Language, to bring attention to the importance of preserving this most sacred form of communication, this silent language of the plains, which is currently on the list of endangered Native American languages. The history and use of the sign talk will be examined as well as what is being done or can be done to preserve this and other Native American languages that are at risk of being lost forever.​ November 10, 11, 12 7.30-9.30 pm (*2.00-4.00 pm) NOVA Center for the Performing Arts 2317 Montana Ave Yellowstone Repertory Theatre Presents: "DOUBT, A PARABLE" by John Patrick Shanley or you can see Mouse Trap
Johnson’s Billings News
7-10 November Events
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Top events in Billings you must visit before weekend