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Brewery Follies coming to the Butte Elks this weekend.
Brewery Follies coming to the Butte Elks this weekend.
Brewery Follies coming to the Butte Elks this weekend.
Virginia City's incredible Brewery Follies will perform their irreverant and politcally-incorrect "Twistmas in December" Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm, doors open at 6:30pm. This incredibly funny and talented group of actors, actresses and musicians promise "foolshness, absurdity, satire and nonsense".
Butte Spay/Neuter Task Force to hold big fundraisers in June
Butte Spay/Neuter Task Force to hold big fundraisers in June
Butte Spay/Neuter Task Force to hold big fundraisers in June
The Butte Spay and Neuter Task Force has been hard at work around town. You may have even been to one of their spay and neuter or vaccination clinics. Over the years they have sterilized and uncountable number of pets here in the Mining City and have prevented what can only be estimated at thousands of unwanted dogs and cats from winding up on the streets or in the shelter. Even with that number, their "task force" in numbers is relatively few. Their work is noble. Their work is certainly humane. And their work is also expensive. They are looking for funds and they are looking for foster families. And there are several ways that you can help.
Butte Elks to host Elton John tribute show on Saturday
Butte Elks to host Elton John tribute show on Saturday
Butte Elks to host Elton John tribute show on Saturday
Multitalented Fred Crase will be putting on a fundraiser concert this Saturday night at the Butte Elks Lodge that has a lot of people excited. Of course, we know Fred from his work with the Brewery Follies as the Musical Director and his work as Choir Director of the Mining City Choral Union. He does incredible work with whatever his endeavor. But Saturday Night, in addition to being Alright For Fighting (sorry, I couldn't resist), Fred will be known as Sir Elton John as he takes the stage for a fundraiser show, "The Bitch Is Back", with proceeds going not only to the Mining City Choral Union but also to Butte's Orphan Girl Children's Theatre.
Fundraiser Set to Recognize BSB Volunteer Fire Departments
Fundraiser Set to Recognize BSB Volunteer Fire Departments
Fundraiser Set to Recognize BSB Volunteer Fire Departments
Coming up next Wednesday, March 8th, the Butte Elks Lodge and CCCS are set to sponsor a city wide Butte Silver Bow County Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser. The event consists of dinner served and enjoyed among friends and family from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Butte Elks Lodge (206 W Galena). Cost is only $14 dollars a plate and all for a great cause. Children 5 and under eat for free.
'Trivia Night' & 'Singo' on Tap at the Butte Elks Lodge Next Week
'Trivia Night' & 'Singo' on Tap at the Butte Elks Lodge Next Week
'Trivia Night' & 'Singo' on Tap at the Butte Elks Lodge Next Week
rivia Night gets underway on Wednesday, December 28th. It's a chance to test your "suave savvy" against family members and friends. One problem, though; your friends and family might not talk to you for a while after you kick their "you know what" in a game of Trivia! This event is a benefit for the Butte Public Library to help with library materials and programs. While the library is also set to provide questions during Trivia Night, the Butte Elks Lodge will be on board with plenty of refreshments. Hmmm, an ice-cold one could make for better trivia answers! Remember, that's Trivia Night on December 28th at the Butte Elks Lodge beginning at 6:30 p.m. All participants for Singo must be 18 years of age or older. So, there you have it! Two fun ways to unwind and enjoy friends and family in the process. That's Trivia Night and Singo at the Butte Elks Lodge (206 W. Galena) next Wednesday and Thursday!
Two Butte Traditions Underway in Early December
Two Butte Traditions Underway in Early December
Two Butte Traditions Underway in Early December
There are numerous traditional events that proudly take place in Butte and the surrounding area, and to the delight of many, two of them are about to happen early next month! First up, it's Butte Central's Christmas Party on December 3rd. December 6th, it's a chance to honor Butte's history and those who paved the way with a celebration of National Miner's Day in conjunction with the World Museum of Mining. This event happens at the Butte Elks Lodge
Ghastly Parties & Haunted Houses Posted Here through Halloween
Ghastly Parties & Haunted Houses Posted Here through Halloween
Ghastly Parties & Haunted Houses Posted Here through Halloween
throughout the next few days on our posts, are key places to go for haunted houses and Halloween parties in the Butte community and beyond! Now, a reminder that some events listed are family-friendly and some are not, so, please choose wisely. Okay, the countdown is on, so here we go! For today, here are three spots to have some Halloween fun and a scary good time.
Butte Elks Lodge will host 'Shop with a Cop' Breakfast on Sunday
Butte Elks Lodge will host 'Shop with a Cop' Breakfast on Sunday
Butte Elks Lodge will host 'Shop with a Cop' Breakfast on Sunday
The Butte Elks Lodge is at it again, and that's a good thing! Coming up on Sunday, October 23rd you can enjoy some morning grub and all for a great cause! Throughout the year, the Butte Elks Lodge 240 has helped support the 'Shop With a Cop' program, and this Sunday is no different. So grab your friends and family for a chance to enjoy a pancake breakfast which also includes bacon, sausage, eggs, coffee and juice. Cost is only $8 per person or $25 for a family of four. Again, that's this Sunday at the Butte Elks Lodge 240, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. to support a program that has helped so many children in the community.
Irish Road Bowling: Making its Way Across the Pond to Butte
Irish Road Bowling: Making its Way Across the Pond to Butte
Irish Road Bowling: Making its Way Across the Pond to Butte
So, what exactly is Irish road bowling? Many residents in the surrounding area have been familiar with this historic and interesting event for some time now. As illustrated on the websites All Events and Irish Around The World, Irish road bowling dates back to the 1600s, and traditionally involved the hurling of an iron ball in Ireland's countryside. The fewest throws of the dense ball along country roads and landscape is the way to win.