*March Lecture Series celebrating Women’s History Month, sponsored by the Friends of the Montana Historical Society, $5.00 each or all five programs for $20.00. Brown bag lunches are welcome.
**Natural History Series sponsored by Last Chance Audubon Society offered in conjunction with the Society’s two current temporary exhibits, Big Game, Big Stories: Montana's Hunting Heritage and Hooked: Fishing in Montana. Come early and enjoy the museum galleries.
* Wednesday, March 1, 12:00 noon. Intimate West: Women Artists in Montana, 1880-1944. Barbara Koostra, the Suzanne and Bruce Crocker Director of the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at the University of Montana, will discuss paintings and photographs created by pioneering women artists—like Fra Dana, Josephine Hale, Frances Carroll Brown, Marguerite O. Stevens, Evelyn Cameron, and Elizabeth Lochrie—at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries, and the contributions they made to Montana’s cultural life.
** Thursday, March 2, 6:30 p.m. Thursday Night at the Museum—Waterfowl Conservation and Hunting Opportunities. Bob Sanders, Manager of Conservation Programs for Ducks Unlimited, will talk about Duck Unlimited’s efforts to conserve waterfowl production areas in Montana, thereby providing increased hunting opportunities for Big Sky sportsmen.
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