“We just kind of show up and play,” is how Dounia Metje describes the impromptu volleyball at the Big Sky Community Park. Every Tuesday around 6 p.m. dozens of people flock to the beach volleyball court in Big Sky. Anywhere from 20 to 70 players show up every week to participate.
There were some big names in Big Sky this week.
On June 5, 80 students embarked on the journey of a lifetime.
Students from the University of Texas at Austin began riding in the Texas 4000. A 4,000 plus mile bike ride across the country with the mission of fighting cancer.
The long wait is almost over. Just one more week until the Music in the Mountains concert series finds its new home at Len Hill Park. The inaugural ribbon cutting ceremony of the park took place last Saturday. Saturday marked the soft opening to the community after over a year of renovations to the park.
Get ready to decorate your living room. Everything from jewelry, to textiles, to photographs will be sold on Saturday at The Big Sky Artisan Festival. The festival will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 3.
“The Match” is coming to Big Sky.
Amazingly, during Covid, when Broadway itself closed its shows- -Warren Miller Performing Arts executive director John Zirkle never stopped doing what he’s done for nearly a decade--bringing the most diverse, interesting performing arts he could imagine to audiences in Big Sky.
As Fourth of July approaches during this historically hot and dry June, everyone is concerned about fireworks, especially in Big Sky and West Yellowstone.
Lone Peak High School and Ophir Middle School Track and Field is starting to pick up with a few meets every week for a while. The young team, composed of mostly freshmen and sophomores missed out on track last year due to COVID-19.
Lone Peak High School (LPHS) spring sports have proven challenging thus far, according to LPHS Athletic Director John Hannahs. Less than ideal weather did not help, nor did Spring Break running right down the middle of an incredibly active week in the season. Also, Covid-19 has continued to plague planning.