October 24, 25, 31 and November 1 -- The Original Nightmare 3, a haunted house at the Original Mineyard from 7 pm to 11 pm. Tickets are $5 per person. For details, visit ButteOriginalNightmare.
October 28 -- Under the Streetlamp performs an evening of classic hits from the American songbook at the Mother Lode Theatre, 316 W. Park Street. Members are all recent cast members of the Tony-Award winning musical Jersey Boys. For more information, call 723-3602 or visit www.buttearts.org.
October 30 -- Scary Story Night at the IBRC at 6:30 pm at 68 W. Park Street. Local authors will be reading some specially crafted scary stories. Storytelling starts at 7pm, with doors opening at 6:30. Do you have a story you want to tell? Of course you do. Sign up for a ten minute slot and share your wonderfully horrid tale! The first Scary Story Night will be co-hosted by Daniel McCloskey, the IBRC's resident author for October.
October 30 -- The Butte Silver Bow Public Library, in collaboration with Quarry Brewing Co., will offer a FREE screening of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Come relive this cult classic in a fun atmosphere! Costumes are encouraged, and prizes will be awarded for creativity. This film is rated R. Showing begins at 6:30 pm at 124 W. Broadway.For more information, call 723-3361 x 6302 or email email@example.com.
October 31 -- Charlie Judd Memorial Halloween Party at 2:00 PM at the Butte Plaza Mall at 3100 Harrison Avenue. Children's Halloween Party - FREE hot dogs, soda and candy. Features a Haunted House, carnival games with prizes, photo booth by Butte Camera Club $2 per picture, and story corner. For information, call 565-7689.
October 31 -- Treat Street at the World Museum of Mining from 1 pm to 5 pm. Ghosts and goblins mingle with ghostly historical characters. Free to all trick or treaters; sponsored by KOPR, KBOW and Walmart.
November 1 -- Festival of Altars,a "Day of the Dead" Celebration at the IBRC at 68 W.Park Street. A variety of events including free live music and sugar skull face painting. Please 'invite' or share with your friends and family, this will be an all ages event! Find the latest details at their Facebook event page.
November 3-- From 10 am to 12 pm, the Butte-Silver Bow Public Library will offer a free Tech Tips class at the main Library at 224 W. Broadway. The class will be targeted towards the basic computer user. Participants will learn new digital literacy skills in a relaxed and supportive environment. Enrollment is limited to 10 individuals per session. A second class will be offered on November 5th from 10 am to 12pm at the South Branch at the Butte Plaza Mall at 3100 Harrison Ave. To register or for more information, call 723-3361 x 6302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 8 -- The World Museum of Mining presents the second Annual “Evening with the Museum” Live & Silent Art Auction in memory of Donald Cooney. Enjoy an evening of hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and amazing visual art pieces by local & regional artists. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the auction following from 7–9 pm.
November 15 -- Season's Greetings Trade and Craft Fair at the MAC from noon to 6 pm at the Maroon Activities Center on East Mercury Street near the Belmont Senior Center. Start your holiday shopping season. Vendors welcome, spots are $50. A 6x2 table will be provided. You may bring two extra tables; just let them know for the setup space. For details or to register call Jamie at 723-7797, email Offuttjamie@yahoo.com or visit Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/1512180959017455/.
November 16 -- Uptown Open House from 12 pm to 4 pm. Shoppers are invited to visit Uptown businesses and sample the fare from Uptown restaurants that will have samples and desserts in participating retails stores. From November 1 through November 16 stop by participating retail stores and enter to win this year's Bundle of Butte -- Stop by an Uptown business and ask how you can sign up to win a bundle! This will contain gifts from several Uptown businesses all gathered into a bundle. The winner will be drawn on Monday, November 17.
December 5 -- A Victorian Christmas in Butte -- the Uptown Stroll from 5 pm to 9 pm. Look for a gingerbread decorating art class led by Deb Caples (The Pie Lady) at the IBRC at 68 W. Park. A craft market with many familiar vendors will also be held in the IBRC. Stop in retail stores for discounts and snacks. Watch for more details soon!
December 5-- The 25th Annual Festival of Trees, a fundraiser for the Paul Clark Home. For details call 782-0353 or visit www.paulclarkhome.org.
December 13 -- 14th Annual Ice Sculpting Contest. We are still looking for sponsors for this long running December event where local sculptors carve away at 300-pound ice blocks throughout the day. If you are interested in sponsoring a block of ice or a larger part of this event, send an email to email@example.com or call 565-2249.
January 5 -- Smokey Joe's Cafe featuring the Coasters, a tribute to songwriters Leiber and Stoller at the Mother Lode Theatre at 316 W. Park Street. For more information, call 723-3602 or visit www.buttearts.org.
January 27 -- Jekyll & Hyde at the Mother Lode Theatre at 316 W. Park Street. For more information, call 723-3602 or visit www.buttearts.org.
February 3 -- The Great Gatsby at the Mother Lode Theatre at 316 W. Park Street. For more information, call 723-3602 or visit www.buttearts.org.
February 17 -- Memphis at the Mother Lode Theatre at 316 W. Park Street. For more information, call 723-3602 or visit www.buttearts.org.
March 17-- St. Patricks's Day Parade. For details, contact Linda with Butte Community Celebrations at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 565-7689.