Cheer the Grizzlies to Victory

The University of Montana Grizzlies Football Team has three more home games. If you haven’t been to see them this season – and even if you have – consider coming to cheer them to victory. We still have some availability at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast during game days: October 15, October 29, and November 5, 2011.

The Grizzlies take on Portland State this Saturday, October 15. They’ll play Weber State on the 29th, and Western Oregon on November 5.  If there is any team you’d particularly like to see them beat, buy your tickets now.

Our team has four overall wins so far this season, and two losses. In our Conference we’re three and one. To date, the Grizzlies have won all home games. Could this have something to do with the cheering in the stands?

Let’s assume that it does, and let’s fill the stands and cheer them to victory at future home games.

Make a weekend of it. See how Missoula has changed and how it’s stayed the same since you were here at school. Have coffee in your favorite cafe and a beer in your favorite bar. Revisit a favorite hike. Then try something you’ve never tried before, like a new restaurant.

Most of all, make it a relaxing weekend at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast. Sleep a bit late, and start your day with a gourmet breakfast. Sit outside and admire the views with a warming cup of tea or cocoa. Read a book. Just save your energy (and your voice) so you can cheer the Grizzlies to victory.

More information and tickets are available at MontanaGrizzlies.

Homecoming 2011, UMT

As alumni of the University of Montana, we always look forward to Homecoming. This year is no different. We hope to welcome a good many alumni at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast.

Leave your mark on the Hello Walk at Homecoming 2011, UMT.

Festivities start Sunday, September 25 and culminate with the football game on Saturday, October 1. Throughout the week there are reunions, luncheons, award ceremonies, and traditional events such as the Hello Walk, the Homecoming Parade, and the Homecoming Hustle, a 5K race for the strong of heart.

The theme for UMT Homecoming 2011 is “We Are Family”. It celebrates the university community, which is comprised of faculty, staff, and students from all over the country and world. The fact that we’re all different is one of our greatest strengths.

Homecoming 2011 Highlights: Continue reading

UM Grizzly Football 2011 Season

The end of March may seem like an odd time to be thinking about football, but for diehard fans of the University of Montana Grizzlies, it’s the perfect time to purchase season tickets.

Plan ahead. Get your football tickets now, and you’ll be the first to reserve rooms in our Missoula Bed and Breakfast during home games.

Look ahead to the fall and the 2011 Grizzly Football Season.

See GrizTix for University of Montana Football 2011 Season tickets.

UMT Homecoming

Homecoming is an annual event cherished by many. It’s a time for friends to reconnect after a separation of one year, ten years, or fifty years. It’s a time to laugh over memories and the follies of youth, and to create new memories together.

Homecoming at UMT!

Homecoming 2010 for the University of Montana at Missoula is September 19 – 25. We still have a few openings at our Missoula bed and breakfast, and we gladly welcome Grizzlies.

Festivities start at the Southgate Mall Clock Court on Saturday the 19th at 1pm, where Grizzlies can dance to a live broadcast of the old favorite, Missoula’s 102.5 Mountain FM. Throughout the week there are a number of gatherings where recent grads may reconnect (recent being if you graduated in the last ten years). If you haven’t been to campus for a while, take a tour and visit new buildings and old departments. Visit your favorite faculty. Stop by the Art Fair to see what today’s students are creating, and help decorate the Hello Walk.

Friday Evening there will be an Awards Ceremony to recognize the many outstanding accomplishments of past Grizzlies, and a banquet for international alumni. Then get ready to cheer the football team to a victory during the Yell Night Pep Rally. You won’t want to miss the lighting of the “M” and the fireworks, or the dance that follows.

Start Saturday morning right with a tasty, home-cooked meal at our bed and breakfast Missoula. After you digest, participate in the Homecoming Hustle 5K race or sit back and watch the UM Homecoming Parade. Cheer the Grizzlies as they take on Sacramento State on Saturday afternoon, either in the stadium, outside the stadium, or in the comfort of our inn. Then dance the night away again at the Fall Ball, at 9pm.

We always welcome Grizzlies, and we always enjoy Homecoming week. Go Grizzlies!