How many more fabulous First Fridays will we be able to enjoy in Missoula before the snow strikes? One? If we’re lucky? After all, snow is predicted for this Friday, November 4, 2011.
Snow doesn’t cancel First Fridays – Missoulans are far too hardy to allow that. If anything, the first snow of the season is likely to inspire a celebratory mood. There is something so beautiful about those first snowflakes. We wonder if they’ll stick, and if the first snow truly marks the start of winter weather.
Sounds like the perfect time to attend the First Friday Gallery Night. Perhaps it’s also the perfect time for a cozy retreat at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast?
First Friday Highlights, November 4, 2011:
- Master silversmith Haddon Hufford at MAM from 5 to 8 p.m. Lecture at 7 p.m.
- War Torn: The Art of Ben Steel at Montana Museum of Art & Culture, featuring some of the only surviving images of the Bataan Death March.
- New work by Kendahl Jan Jubb and music by Stan Anglan at Murphy-Jubb Fine Art.
- Missoula artist Leslie Van Stavern Millar attends the opening of her Ideal Girls, Ideal Women, gouache paintings on rag paper. The Brink Gallery, 5 to 8 p.m.
More than 20 other venues will be exhibiting the work of artists, including cafes, restaurants, and pubs. For a complete list, please visit Missoula First Fridays. Bundle up and take to streets. This is a great time to start holiday shopping or become inspired for home made gift ideas. It’s also fun.
Our Missoula Bed and Breakfast is already full on Saturday night, but we have availability on First Friday Gallery Night. We suggest you head to Missoula soon!