There were some big names in Big Sky this week.
Our local library is back in business. The Big Sky Community Library is now fully operational once again, thanks to the funding received from the Big Sky Resort Area District. The Big Sky Community Library received over $87,000 of funding from the BSRAD overall resort tax fund, according to BSRAD awards.
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.
Stewart M. Park, 72, beloved husband of Mary Ann, died peacefully on Friday, June 4. His was a life well-lived, filled with family, friends, and laughter.
If you are a business in Big Sky, odds are you are looking for employees for the summer. If you are a Big Sky or visiting student out of school for the summer, odds are you are weighing your options of where to work, how much to work and possibly even if you should get a job.
Social studies wrapped up at Lone Peak High with the conclusion of the school year, but at least three rising seniors weren’t done with learning about the U.S. Government.
Big Sky Relief formed as the pandemic progressed last year to help the community through the challenges of quarantines, Stay at Home directives and shortages.
Across the state, and the country, the first Saturday in June is identified as National Trails Day.
According to the National Parks Service, the annual event is hosted by the American Hiking Society, “Which celebrates not only national scenic and historic trails, but all trails on public lands.”
Perhaps we are at the point where the continuum of community gatherings, social events and volunteer opportunities have moved past the year-plus cancellation period due to Covid.
If you (like me) have dreams of your own native species garden, the time has come.