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15 Sep 2019
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As cool days turn into snowing mornings, November in Montana marks the beginning of the Winter season.  Although days get shorter and temperatures dip below freezing, visitors from all walks of life can find things to do throughout Montana. November is a time of year to warm up at one of our many cultural events or hit the outdoors to experience the numerious activities winter provides. Bozeman locals find various ways to pass the time until ski season begins, making November a culturally rich time of year. Whether you want to imbibe at a wine bar, laugh at some local improv, catch a lecture at a museum, or cross country ski in the afternoon sun, you can find it here.  Spend time with friends and family this Thanksgiving holiday and make Montana memories to last a lifetime.

Here’s a locals list of what’s happening  during November and the Thanksgiving season:

  • Nov 11-12: Veterans Day Weekend Fee-Free Entrance into Yellowstone Park
  • *Although most of the roads close Nov 8 for the season, the north entrance at Gardner stays open allowing cars to travel through Mammoth
  • Nov 16,17,18: Broad Comedy(21+) Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, Bozeman- 8:00 pm
  • Nov 18: William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night- The Ellen Theater, Bozeman
  • Nov 18: 16th Annual Holiday Bazaar – Emerson Ballroom, Bozeman -9:00 am-4:00 pm
  • Nov 18:  Bozeman Winters Farmers Market- Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, Bozeman-9:00 am
  • Nov 22: Mannheim Steamroller Christmas- Brick Breeden Fieldhouse at MSU-7:00 pm
  • Nov 23: 2017 Huffing for Stuffing-Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman-8:00 am
  • Nov 23: Opening Day-Big Sky Resort, Big Sky-9:00 am
  • Nov 25: Holiday Farmers’ Market-Gallatin County Fairgrounds, Bozeman-9:00 am
  • Nov 22-25: Yellowstone Ski Festival-West Yellowstone: Come to West Yellowstone and join us for this year’s Yellowstone Ski Festival. This event annually attracts over 3,500 skiers from across the United States and Canada, so don’t miss your chance to join in the fun! Check out the website for more info:

Anytime: Museum of the Rockies :Bozeman

Anytime: The Verge Theater : Bozeman

Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner

For more information give Mountain Home Vacations Rentals a call or check out  The Bozone , just one of our many local online publications.