Tuesday, August 13, 2019

The Livingston Farmers Market is held every Wednesday through September at 4:30-7:30 p.m. in Livingston’s Miles Park, across from Sacajawea Park. Every market features vendors of crafts, foods, beverages and produce, to a background of live music. Bring the whole family to the Market this Wednesday, Aug. 14 for some fun music by Open Range & the Swing Stampede. They’ll be featuring their own style of western swing, honky tonk and rockabilly tunes...bring your dancin’ shoes!


• There will be a Park County Board of Health meeting at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, August 14, in the Community Room of the City-County Complex. Call Trish Fievet at 222- 4145 for more information. 


ASPEN Lunch & Learn will be held from noon to 1 p.m.,  Thursday, August 22, at the Livingston Food Resource Center. The topic will be “Coaching Boys Into Men” - a program of Futures Without Violence which focuses on healthy relationships to prevent violence before it starts. Coaches around the world have used the CBIM program to show athletes that coaches are mentors on and off the field. On that same evening ASPEN will host a free screening of the film “Roll Red Roll” at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts from 7 to 9 p.m.  The Lunch and Learn is free however, registration is required. Register at: Please call Jenny Jo at ASPEN 406-222-5902 ext. 5 with any questions.


The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m throughout the summer at 118 W. Chinook St. A new exhibit, “Vignettes of History: Cultural Landscapes of Park County” has opened and will be on display through September. This multi-media, interactive exhibit features artisans from the county who portray well-known — and obscure — cultural landscapes of Park County. For information call (406) 222-4184 or visit


The Montana Tobacco Quit Line is a free service available to all Montanans to help them achieve their goal of a tobacco-free life. The quit line offers free and reduced cost medications, counseling, personalized quit plans to all callers, and dedicated tailored programs for pregnant women and American Indian callers to create the best opportunity for success. Call 1-800-QUIT NOW (1-800-784-8669), or visit to enroll.


Mosquito spraying in the Park County Mosquito Control District will continue until about Sept. 16, or until all available tax funds are exhausted. Spraying will be done Monday through Thursday evenings each week between 9:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. under the following conditions: Ambient temperature is at or above 50 degrees F; wind speed is below 10 mph; it is not raining. If any of these conditions are not met, spraying will not be done on that particular evening, but will be done again the next scheduled day. For more information, call the Park County Mosquito Control District at 222-4158.