“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.
For Big Sky, it was a weird July 4.There were no fireworks throughout Big Sky due to the Big Fire District fire ban put in place before the weekend. The weekend truly was like no other. However, one sense of normalcy for the community was the July 4 5K fun run.
Q: Hi Pat! I recently started training again, (yeah, again) at a local gym in a small-group setting with a coach. The first day, the coach welcomed me, then asked about my training experience, and any muscle-joint, MEDs or issues that she should be aware of. Next, she popped THREE big questions: Why are you here?
“I was super excited.”
Hi Pat! If I can do it at 64, others can, too. Please share my story.
Basketball never sleeps.
The Big Sky adult softball league returns.
Fifteen teams will take the field for the 19th annual year of softball in Big Sky. Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, four teams take the field at 6 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. at the Big Sky Community Park.
Q: Hi Pat! I have been training since I enlisted in the U.S. Army back in 1976. As an entrepreneur of sorts with passions in life that continue to evolve, I am actually looking forward to the next couple decades.
Baseball in Big Sky is alive and well! The Big Sky Royals were able to field teams in four different age levels this spring, ranging from age 7 to 15. All four teams enjoyed strong seasons while improving significantly.
Q: Hi Pat! I am utterly confused about training for health and fitness. I was a three-sport athlete throughout high school, and did plenty of programs designed by coaches. Now I am 35, a wife and mother of two kids under 5, with an entirely different schedule and set of responsibilities.