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:   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
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