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Stomp in Missoula Montana

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Stomp  in Missoula Montana to witness STOMP perform live at the Adam Center on University of Montana campus.  On Tuesday, February 2, 2016, at 7:30 pm the inventive and invigorating stage show that’s dance, music and theatrical performance blended together in one electrifying rhythm.

Percussion instruments are some of the oldest music-makers in the world, perhaps only second to the human voice itself. This diverse family of instruments is integral to music in every known culture, and includes a vast array of musical sounds.  A “percussion instrument” is any instrument whose sound is generated via striking, rubbing, shaking or otherwise impacting a surface to create audible vibrations.  Stomp has a gift for taking ordinary objects and turn them into incredible beats.

 

STOMP is explosive, provocative, sophisticated, utterly unique, and appeals to audiences of all ages. The international percussion sensation has garnered an armful of awards and rave reviews, and has appeared on numerous national television shows. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments – matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps – to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms.

The return of the percussive hit also brings some new surprises, with some sections of the show now updated and restructured and the addition of two new full-scale routines, utilizing props like tractor tire inner tubes and paint cans. As USA Today says, “STOMP finds beautiful noises in the strangest places.” STOMP. See what all the noise is about.

Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast hosts guests from many different areas of the world.  Guests visit Missoula to experience outstanding performances, witness competitive sports, walk historic trails, ski beautiful snow, taste delicious cuisine, shop incredible retail, and so much more! Blue Mountain B&B guests enjoy being near to all the fun while still being at a gorgeous and peaceful mountain setting with views of the Bitterroot River.

Written by Kristi Dement of Bed and Breakfast Blogging

Missoula Southgate Mall: Grand Opening for H & M!

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Missoula Southgate Mall is a convenient, fun place for shopping and dining in one destination.  With more than one hundred stores and ten thousand brands, there is something for everyone in the family and for every occasion. The largest mall in the western Montana area, Southgate Mall stores offer women’s apparel, shoes, kid and teen clothing, jewelry, sporting goods, appliances, electronics, and more. Browse their department stores, specialty shops, and fine boutiques.

Southgate Mall features an exclusive photo exhibit called, “Hallways to History–A Photographic Walk Through Missoula’s Past.”  This photographic tour of Missoula‘s history includes pictures that date back to 1883.  Each photo has a narrative describing its historical significance.  This fascinating exhibit, on display in each of the major service hallways, can be seen daily during the hours that the Southgate Mall is open.

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September 24, 2015 marks the Grand Opening for H & M!  Check out their beautiful new store and all the hottest fashions and quality at a great price.

 

  • Women’s clothing: from casual day-wear to amazing party dresses, via relaxed leisure separates, high performance sportswear and contemporary maternity apparel.
  • Men’s clothing: their collection includes smart shirts and suits for work, the latest trends, tailored classics and comfortable leisurewear.
  • Kids’ clothing: offers children everything fashionable from super-cool jeans to pretty dresses, in sizes from baby to 14 years.
  • Divided: fashion-conscious teens like their functional clothing and accessories from relaxed basics with sporty influences to eye-catching party outfits that will even please fashionistas.
  • Denim: denim trends and ever-popular classics are available in a variety of colors, designs and washes, along with updated shirts, jackets, dresses, skirts and shorts – all in denim.
  • Accessories: complete the fashion look with perfectly matched accessories – from scarves, belts, hats and jewelry to fashion footwear and bags for women, men, teenagers and children.
  • Cosmetics: make-up and skincare to express one’s personal style providing everything needed to achieve the season’s new looks; cosmetics never tested on animals
  • Home: provides fashion for every room in the house including towels, curtains and other home textiles in trendy colors and prints, as well as home decor items in glass, metal and wood
  • Sportswear: sportswear and accessories in specially developed functional materials available for women, men and children.

Southgate Mall hosts a Fall Fashion Weekend from October 15 through 18.  Take advantage of the school break and enjoy time at the mall.  From boots to scarves, find all the latest fall fashions for less and all under one roof.

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Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast of Missoula, Montana provides a scenic, restful retreat to those looking to get away.  Those who are energized through shopping, will love our Southgate Mall as well as our Montana Antique Mall and trendy downtown.  Each morning our guests awake to our complimentary, fresh gourmet breakfastMissoula, Montana is the place to be this fall and throughout the year.

Meet Innkeepers Brady and Elaine of Blue Mountain B&B

Innkeepers Brady and Elaine Anderson-Wood love extending hospitality to their guests at  Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast in Missoula, Montana.  Missoula is said to be “the best small town under 100,000 people” in America.  With breathtaking views of the mountains and Bitterroot River as well as beautiful gardens and unique wildlife to watch.

They take pleasure in sharing their mountain, home, and Montana history with others from around the world.  Meeting people from every walk of life is a real treat for them.  Guests come for a variety of reasons including: visiting their kids at University of Montana, fishing, relaxing between visits to Yellowstone and Glacier Park.

Guests have visited from every state but Delaware as well as the countries of Israel, Bolivia, Jacarta, Mongolia, Honduras, Namibia, South Korea, and Romania.  One couple from France comes every year to enjoy Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast and the surrounding area. Seeing how people with very different view points are able to come together, share breakfast, and take away an appreciation for each other is one of the biggest surprises Brady and Elaine have discovered as innkeepers.

Elaine, who takes professional pictures, says she has always adored taking pictures because of her deep love and connection with nature.  The animals that can be found outside their B&B include: woodpeckers, humming birds, hawks, eagles, bears, bunnies, deer, wild turkeys, elk, chipmunks, and much more.

Because of her background in history and education,  Elaine was able to take more classes (including classes specifically oriented toward the bi-centennial of Lewis and Clark) to become an official tour guide.  There are so many gorgeous walking trails in their area.

Blue Mountain B&B is open year round and guests can stay for just one night if that is their desire.  Some choose to have one night escapes from Missoula, Helena, Great Falls, and other places. There are fun things to do all year long in Missoula.  The benefit of their particular location is that they are close to town, yet it is so private.  Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast is on twenty acres of registered wildlife habitat next to National and State forest land.  The home was designed by their family and the room decor reflects their Swedish family heritage as well as their ranching backgrounds.

Their most loved breakfast dishes include their asparagus gratins, macadamia-crusted French toast, and Aebelskivers (a Dutch stove top doughnut).  Brady and Elaine would love to have others come to enjoy the beauty of nature, do fun area activities and/or just relax, and taste their delicious breakfasts as well as share their unique life experiences!

Written by Kristi Dement of Bed and Breakfast Blogging

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