Briefs, July 28

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

The Farmers Market is from 4:30-7:30 p.m. every Wednesday at Miles Park in Livingston. This week’s Farmers Market will have Flathead Lambert cherries, fresh local corn in addition, raw milk, and many other types of produce and baked goods. Get your weekly shopping done while enjoying the musical styles of Yamama with world rhythms, songs and dance. 

 

The Yellowstone Bus Tours of Livingston’s Four Historic Districts sponsored by the Livingston Downtown Building Owners and Business Association (LDBOBA) are underway for the season. The tours are Friday and Saturday evenings at 6:30 p.m., starting at the Depot Center, going until Labor Day. The cost is $8 for adults and children are free.

 

• At 9 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7, Park County Environmental Council (PCEC)will host a community trail cleanup of the bike path alongside the U.S. Highway 89 South. Volunteers can feel free to join anytime. Groups will meet in two locations: the corner of Seventh and Park streets and at Rosa’s Pizza. Bring gloves, a hat, water, sunblock, snacks, and a broom if possible. If you would like to ride, bring your bike. Refreshments will be provided. The worst parts of the trail are being resurfaced next summer, which will lead to a much smoother and higher quality trail. This is a make-up date for a canceled event on May 22. For more information, email stella@pcecmt.org, severn@pcecmt.org or annika@pcecmt.org. Use this link to sign up: https://forms.gle/6N7Ea923r4qbpBCG6.   

 

The School District Adult Community Education upcoming classes are available and listed online at http://livingstonace.org or call (406) 671-5446 for more information.