Entertainment at the Lewis & Clark Tap Room
Lewis & Clark Tap Room has scheduled the following upcoming events:
Dubbed “electro soul brilliance,” the Montana-based duo, Desperate electricianplay on Thursday, October 27 from 7 to 10 p.m
Goldy Voxa five-piece indie pop cover band from Helena, plays Friday, October 28 from 7 to 10 p.m.
Join us in the Tap Room for some Halloween fun. Zombies in suits we will be playing and hosting our annual Halloween costume contest on Saturday, October 29th, 8-11pm, $5 cover.
For information on all shows: Lewis & Clark Tap Room, 1535 Dodge Ave., https://lctaproom.com/ or call 406-442-5960.
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Mandolin Master at The Myrna Loy
Mandolin master John Reischman returns to The Myrna Loy with his talented bluegrass band, The Jaybirds, at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, October 27.
Band members include California guitarist Patrick Sauber; BC vocalist/songwriter Trisha Gagnon; British Columbia-based songwriter and banjo player Nick Hornbuckle; and Washington violinist and composer Greg Spatz, all of whom have earned their own individual accolades and awards for their solo musical careers.
Tickets are $25 and are available at 15 N. Ewing St., themyrnaloy.com/. For more information, call 406-443-0287.
Starz on Stage does “pop-up” concerts.
Starz on Stage Productions presents two “pop-up” concerts. After officially closing its cabaret in April 2022, Starz on Stage announces an opportunity for music lovers to enjoy two shows on October 28 and November 10 at the Shrine Temple at 15 N .Jackson.
Hear Dennis Stroughmatt (and friends) serenade the crowd with a wide variety of music from Creole to Country. On Oct. 28 at 7 p.m., the Shrine Temple will host the 2015 Old Time Fiddlers Hall of Fame Champion and Texas Records artist, who is a regular performer on the RFD TV channel.
On November 10 at 7:00 p.m., “Kiss me Once: Stories from the Homefront” is a moving and emotional story of the brave men and women of “The Greatest Generation” who were affected by World War II.
Tickets for the shows are $25 and are available at Leslie’s Hallmark on 11th Avenue or through 406tix.com. For more information, call Starz on Stage: 406-227-9711 or email email@example.com.
Annual recital of music teachers Helena
Come and enjoy a “musical buffet” entitled “Celebrate Music!”, offering a little bit of everything, in the sanctuary of the United Methodist Church of Sant Pau, Saturday, November 5, at 7 p.m.
Each year, the Helena Music Teachers Association, a group of private music teachers, rotates among its members to offer a recital that usually includes voice, piano, organ, strings and/or other instruments in both solo format as a whole.
Also included are one or more students who may be honored to have received an HMTA scholarship to attend a summer music camp in past years.
This year, we are very excited to present to you an ensemble that has been practicing the Piano Trio no. 2, Op. 66, Felix Mendelssohn’s First Movement for a year. New to the HMTA organization and the recital, Sarah Whitlatch and Emily Sweeny will sing Secret Sisters’ Luka. Of course there will be piano solos, with Kihana Van Diest playing Liszt and Cheryl McKenty premiering a newly composed work.
The evening will then be topped off with a wide variety of refreshments.
The Helena Music Teachers Association accepts donations at the event, but there is no admission charge.
Xpress Singers Christmas Chorus
Give the gift of “With a Song and a Smile” this Christmas season by joining the Xpress Singers Community Annual Holiday Choir.
Women and girls up to 12 years old are invited to sing with the local a cappella group that rehearses in November and early December, with performances around Helena, culminating in the annual Xpress Christmas Show on December 17 , at 3 p.m., in St. Paul’s Methodist Church Additional performances will include Flash Mobs, singing in the Capitol rotunda and more.
The first rehearsal is on Tuesday, November 1, from 6 to 8 p.m., with subsequent rehearsals every Monday night, from November 7 to December 12, in Sant Pau. RSVPs are not required, but appreciated. To secure your place in the choir, contact Sandy at membership@HelenaXpressSingers.org or call her at 406-465-1460.
But wait, there’s more. After a two-year hiatus due to COVID, the Xpress Singers are once again organizing rehearsals and a Christmas performance for children in the Helena area. Children, from 3 to 7 years; and a second group, aged 8 to 11, will each learn two songs, performing at the December 17 show. The three Monday night rehearsals for children begin on November 28 and run through December 12, from 5 to 6 p.m. St. Paul’s For more information or to confirm your confirmation, please contact Sandy at the email or phone number above.
Concerts by Montana All Souls Musicians
Musikanten continues its 19th season of performances in Helena with its annual All Souls concerts November 1-2, with performances at 7:30 each evening.
This year’s program of candlelit memorial concerts for church members, family and friends who have died in the past year includes an early Bach cantata and Heinrich Biber’s 17th-century Requiem in F minor . Both works feature guest artists from Musikanten, including five vocal soloists, two baroque violins and cello, bassoon and continuo organ.
Performances are at 7:30 p.m. both nights, with Tuesday’s concert at St. Peter’s Episcopal Cathedral, 511 N. Park, and Wednesday at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 3580 N. Benton Ave.
Suggested donation at the door is $25. To have a candle lit and name included in the memorial program, email firstname.lastname@example.org by October 27.
Grandstreet stages ‘The Mousetrap’
A blizzard traps seven strangers in Monkswell Manor while a murderer is on the loose.
A short time later, a police detective arrives on skis to question the guesthouse owners and their guests.
The name Monkswell Manor was found in a notebook at the scene of a recent murder.
This is how “The Mousetrap” unfolds, one of Agatha Christie’s most famous murder mysteries, on stage at the Grandstreet Theater at 7.30pm until October 30. Sunday morning at 2:30 p.m.
For tickets, call the Grandstreet Box Office (evenings): (406) 447-1574 or order online: www.GrandstreetTheatre.com.
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has dusted off and revised its production of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) – Revised,” (originally scheduled for February) and will bring it to 29 sponsoring communities this fall, including Helena.
The free show is Friday, November 4th at 7:30pm at Helena Middle School, 1025 N. Rodney St.
For more information, visit https://shakespeareintheparks.org/.
JeffCo Museum presents a scary reunion
History and the supernatural are the canvas of this program that intertwines the past with the present at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 29. Historian, storyteller and award-winning author Ellen Baumler weaves a ghostly web on a thought-provoking journey through Montana’s most important places. lively places
Basing his true stories on first-hand accounts, personal interviews and historical records, his well-researched tales have frightened and delighted audiences of all ages. Haunted places include hotels, homes, cemeteries, mines and historic Montana landscapes. With a ghostly twist on the story, Baumler captures Montana’s cultural heritage and brings the state’s supernatural past to life.
The Jefferson County Museum is located at 5 N. Main St., Clancy. If the crowd is too large for the museum, the event will be moved to Clancy Methodist Church.
The event is free, but donations are appreciated.
The Bookstore will be open from 1 to 3 p.m. before the start of the conference in the ORSH Community Room.
Human, nature theme of the symposium
Carroll College hosts a co-curricular symposium that broadly addresses the ecological crisis, human/natural nature, unstable environments, and global responsibility. The intent of the symposium is to spark a campus-wide conversation about pressing environmental issues and how our different disciplinary fields offer ways to examine and address them. The conference is Saturday, October 29 at 7 pm at the Simperman Wiegand Amphitheater and is open to the Helena community.
As part of the symposium, Carroll welcomes two guest speakers, Maria Robaszkiewicz, visiting professor at the Center for Critical and Theory Studies and visiting researcher at King’s College, Western University, London ON, Canada, and Ari-Elmeri Hyvönen, she is currently a Fulbright Finland Senior Visiting Scholar at Cornell University. The topic of Dr. Robaszkiewicz for the keynote is “How to Think With and Against Hannah Arendt About the Political Crises We Face Today.” The main topic of Dr. Hyvönen is “Democracy, scientific expertise and climate change”.
The conference will be followed by a debate.
Vacation Magic in Coeur d’Alene
Starz on Stage/New Ventures invites you to join them on a new escapade from December 4-6. The beautiful Coeur d’Alene Resort beckons you for a dining adventure, an invitation to a lake cruise to see Santa and all the glorious lights (over 1.5 million), a cabaret Christmas show, a little holiday shopping and more. . Reservations are open until October 29.
The complete package for the 3-day/2-night trek includes round-trip coach, escort service, luggage handling, 2 nights hotel, reserved tickets for shows/drinks, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, the cruise of holiday lights and news. best regards.
Contact 406-227-9711 or 406-459-3967 and email@example.com. Details can be found at www.starzonstage.net.
Lists of Helena movies
760 Great Northern, 406-442-4225, cinemark.com
- Black Adam, PG-13
- Taken for the Devil, PG-13
- Entrance to Paradise, PG-13
- Smile, R
- Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, PG
- Halloween is over, R
- A, PG-13
- Terrorist 2, NR
15 N. Ewing, 406-443-0287, myrnaloycenter.com
- The creatures of God, R