For the love of volleyball

“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.

A look at a Friends of the Library meeting. PHOTO COURTESY BSCL

Back in business

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.

(L to R) Samantha Suazo, Carly Wilson and Barbara Rowley strive to match-make Lone Peak High School students looking for internships with Big Sky businesses in search of employees. PHOTO COURTESY CHARLIE SUE DREISBACH

Job matchmakers here to help

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.

Reservations can be made for each experience online at Spots are limited, and prices for entry range from $19 per person for experiences at WMPAC to $50 per car at outdoor locations. The ongoing vision of the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center is to create in the summer, present in the winter, and inspire year-round.

WMPAC Summer begins

While best known for its winter season, the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center has also established itself as a source for dynamic summer entertainment. During the pandemic, artists and performers continued to create new work, and WMPAC is pleased to present three incredible shows that were born in that period of creative incubation.

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