Deep in the Gravelly Mountains, despite the curtain of smoke below in the valleys, blue skies smiled on an assembled group of mountain bikers whose bi-pedaled mounts were equipped with chainsaws, pruning loppers, and just in case, bear protection.
Most individuals in Big Sky enjoy the outdoors right? Many of us enjoy things like hiking, biking and seeing wildlife in the summertime. Big Sky is truly a place unlike any other and most of us would like to keep it that way. However, there is a serious problem that could threaten all of these things, invasive species.
Who in Big Sky loves softball?
Ready, set, go! The July 4 5K run is back in person this Sunday on July 4. Like many things in 2020 the 5K run put on by the BSCO was virtual last year. This year it is back on at the Big Sky Community Park. All proceeds will go towards helping the BSCO’s efforts to improve our community.
Need tips on maintaining an eco-friendly garden? The Gallatin River Task Force is here to help.
Ready, set, golf!
The Big Sky Ski Education Foundation (BSSEF) is hosting their second annual charity golf tournament at the Big Sky Golf Course on Saturday, June 19. Golfers will tee off at 10 a.m. and the activities will continue to 5 p.m.
The Big Sky Community Food Bank, or BSCFB, has already kicked off the summer season with their Big Sky Farmers’ Market booth. They offer take and bake meals for community members which are provided by the Fork & Spoon restaurant in Bozeman.
“People can be divided into three groups: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened. Showing up is 80% of life.” –WOODY ALLEN, US film actor, director, & writer, 1935-present
Many hands make light (and happy) work. Members of the American Legion, Sons of the Legion and Friends of the Red Cliff Gun Range held a group clean up and target restoration of the Red Cliff Gun Range on May 20. Approximately thirty people showed up to lend a hand.
Big Sky dentist Peter Schmieding is currently stuck in Nepal from when he traveled to work for the nonprofit he co-founded – Tsering’s Fund. There are currently no hospital systems, there is no oxygen anymore and people are dying in the streets.