Upcoming Uptown Events  

January 2018

January 18-21 -- Snoflinga. Snoflinga is a winter event that encourages Montanans with a tendency toward winter hibernation to journey out into the snow-covered wonderland where there's tons of activities to participate in as a family. The weekend includes free ice skating, live music performances, skiing and snowboarding, an ugly sweater fun run and many other chilly activities. Find out more at http://snoflinga.weebly.com/.

January 19 -- 16th Annual Early Music Festival at the Immaculate Conception Church on Caledonia Street at 7:30 pm. The festival ensemble will perform the first three cantatas of the six the German master composed for the major church festival days of the 1734 Christmas Season in Leipzig.  The concerts will open with Bach’s Advent Cantata 61 “Nun komm der Heiden Heiland.” A 17-member chamber orchestra will play period instruments — Baroque oboes, bassoon and traversi (flutes), natural trumpets, gut strings and historic timpani — either actual 18th-century instruments or modern replicas.  Players come from Early Music hotspots of Seattle, San Francisco, Minneapolis, New York, Indianapolis, Denver and more. Seating for the concerts is general admission, with a reserved section for Musikanten Angel donors ($100 and above); tickets will be available at the door, with a suggested donation of $20 for adults and $10 for students. For details, visit www.musikantenmt.org.

January 24 -- On Golden Pond at the Mother Lode Theatre at 316 W. Park Street at 8 pm. For details and ticket info, visit buttearts.org.


February 17 -- Chinese New Year Parade.

February 24 -- The Butte Education Foundation presents “Name That Tune."  The event will be held from 6-10 PM at the Butte Country Club.    Teams of three will compete, this time in a name that tune format.  Admission is $35 per individual, $300 for a team.   Heavy appetizers are included, and bottomless beer glasses will be available for $15.   Can’t attend?  Consider being a sponsor at levels from $100 up. Tickets for individuals will be available at the door before the event.  Go to ButteEducationFoundation.org for more info and to sign up for a team,  or call Susanne Dauenhauer at 498-3471.


March 17 -- St. Patrick's Day, parade and festivities.


April 22 -- Dirty Dancing at the Mother Lode Theatre at 316 W. Park Street at 8 pm. For details and ticket info, visit buttearts.org.