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Upcoming Western Montana coming events

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Check out some of the events happening across Western Montana Check out some of the events happening across Western Montana

STEVENSVILLE - The Bitterroot Trail Preservation Alliance invites people of all ages to ride the Bitterroot Trail to Stevensville from Missoula or Hamilton on July 15. Registration is available here.  The cost for an individual is $25 and family registration is $45. All registrants will receive a wristband that will provide access to rest stops along the Bitterroot Trail from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday.

MISSOULA - The Zootown Arts Community Center is celebrating Missoula's North & Westside neighborhoods with the sixth annual block party on Saturday, July 15. The event will take place on North First Street, this event promises music, food, and fun for all ages.

A Vacation Bible School will be held from July 17 - July 20, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Montana in the 200 block of 8th Avenue in Helena. Click here for more information. At Barnyard Roundup VBS, your children learn that Jesus gathers us together.

PARADISE - The 4th annual Artists in Paradise will be held from July 20 until July 22 at the Paradise Center. 13 artists will be on hand to showcase their work. More information can be found by calling (406) 826-0500.

LAKESIDE - Fight for every Foot in the first annual Blacktail Hill Climb in Lakeside Montana. The race will begin at 9 a.m. on August 12th and will climb 3,000 feet in a 13.4 mile ride from the Tamarack Brewing Company to the summit of Blacktail Mountain. The race is hosted by Wheatons Cycle shop and will benefit the Lakeside Community Club who strive to serve the charitable needs of the West Shore.  Register at lakesidecommunityclub.com to get the best rate. Helmets are required at this event.

HAMILTON - Join the Bitter Root Water Forum for the Bitterroot River cleanup on Aug. 12. Volunteers are assigned stretches covering all 155 miles of the river from Sula and Painted Rocks to the confluence at the Clark Fork River in Missoula. Click here to sign up and choose your stretch of the river for the clean up.

MISSOULA - The Missoula Symphony Association is proud to announce this year's Ovando Gran Fondo which will be held on Sept. 9 Click here to register or find more information.

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