Activities and Opportunities in Bozeman, Montana

A catalog of recreation groups and events in the Bozeman area provided by the

Bozeman Recreation and Parks Advisory Board

Sponsored by
Bozeman Noon Optimists

Upcoming Events Sports/Recreation Groups and Clubs Bozeman City Parks Park ReservationsOther Community Groups Subdivision Review Recreation and Parks Advisory BoardContacts and Partners

Bozeman Recreation Department, 415 N. Bozeman, (Beall Park Recreation Center)

Recreation Department 582-2290
Swim Center 582-2294
Bogert Pool (Summer only) 582-0806
Beall Center, Lindley Center, Story Mansion reservations 582-2290

Office Hours - Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

To see the February Recreation Department Newsletter click here.

Bozeman Parks Division:

The City of Bozeman, Parks Division 582-3200
Park Reservations 582-2290
Map of Bozeman Parks

Parks are open to the public from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. Dogs must be on leash in all Parks, with the exception of Burke Park, the Canine Beach (located on the west side of the Bozeman Pond), Cooper Park, the Dog Park on the south end of the Softball Complex and the Snowfill Park on McIlhattan Road. Owners must also pick up after their pets. Doggie bags are provided at most trails heads and Parks.

Information and Upcoming Events

Bozeman Recreation Department

The 2015/2016 Fall & Winter Program Guide is now available online.


Big Sky Wind Drinkers - Visit the BSWD website: for information, locations, and directions. For trail running information, click here. For trail maps visit GVLT or Rob Maher at MSU

Snow Sports

Avalanche Education - The Gallatin National Forest Avalanch Center has posted their Winter 2015-2016 Education & Workshop Calendar. Don't miss the 17th anual Powder Blast this Friday, October 23rd from 6:30p-10:30p at the Emerson Cultural Center. Tickets $30


Swim Center Hours - click here For more information call 582-2294. Bogert Pool is open for the summer.


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Clubs, Groups, and Teams that are not affiliated with the Bozeman Recreation Department

Agriculture, Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Board Games, Canine, Climbing, Cycling, Disc Golf (Folf), Frisbee (Ultimate), Football, Handball, Horseback Riding, Ice Hockey, Ice Skating, Lacrosse, Motor Cycle, Mountaineering, Rugby, Running, Senior Olympics, Scuba, Shooting, Skateboard, Skiing, Skiing (Backcountry), Skiing (Cross Country - XC, Soccer, Softball, Snowshoe, Special Olympics, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Triathlon, Volleyball, Wrestling

Bogert Farmers' Market   June - Sept Salal Huber-McGee 539-0216   Every Tuesday from 5-8PM at Bogert Park Pavilion on South Church
Gallatin Valley Farmers' Market  
Kristi Wetsch 388-6701   Saturdays from 9 to noon at the County Fairgrounds
Rocky Creek Farms  
585-0335   50 acre U-pick farm open Tuesday - Friday 1PM to 5PM, Saturday 9AM to 5PM, Sunday 12PM to 5PM.
Archery - back to index
Black Ram Archery Club
Jan. - Aug. Mark Brown
Baseball - back to index

Bozeman Youth Baseball
Minor, Major, and Farm Leagues

April to August

Tim Huntsinger


Gallatin Valley Men's Adult Baseball League


Jeremy Docken 605-261-5758

Players of all skill levels are welcome to join
American Legion
April to August
Chris Hodges
Basketball - back to index

Midget boys and girls
5th & 6th grade
Oct - Dec
Tom Martello 599-3039
Woman's City League
Starts in Jan. Mary Wagner 581-2180    
Men's League
Men's over 30 League
MSU Intramurals
Starts in Dec. Jeff at 994-6313 (wk) , 600-3528 (cell)
Board Games - back to index
University Chess Club
Sept. - April
Lukas Geyer
Meetings and Tournaments open to the public
Gallatin Valley Go Club
[Go is also known as Weiqi, Igo, & Baduk in Asia]
  Pippin Wallace
Go is an ancient strategic board game rich in possibilities yet with simple rules. Please see our web site for our weekly meeting times and locations.
Canine - back to index
Gallatin Dog Club   Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month. 6:30pm @ Borders
GDAC Galloping Dog Agility Club
Meets 7pm first Wednesday of the month. Ongoing classes for beginner to advanced dog handler teams.
Climbing - back to index
Southwest Montana Climbers' Coalition - SMCC    

Tom Kalakay


Montana Mountaineering Association

Erin Taylor Executive Director.
some free
More Information
Cycling - back to index
Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club
Amy Chiuchiolo 978-857-8924
Weekly road races in the summer; summer bike tours. For insurance reasons, must be a member to participate.
Gallatin Valley BMX
Apr. 1-Oct. 31

Bill Drysdale- Track Director- 580-9284



Loaner bikes and helmets are available. Fees: $45/yr
Daily race fee $5
Racing every Tues & Thurs, registration 5:30-6:30

G.A.S./Intrinsik Cycling Team
March - December Lisa Curry
A community based cycling team focused on racing and getting people on bikes in any capacity.

Team Muleterro

A co-ed multi-sport team, with participants taking part in running events, triathlons, road, mountain, and cyclocross bike races, and skate skiing races.

Co-ed Year Round Julie Zickovich
Gallatin Valley Bike Club membership required
Disc Golf (Folf) - back to index
7 and up
Cary Silberman
Local weekly leagues and statewide competitive leagues.
Headwaters Disc Golf Club     Matt Muth 600-0181
  Local weekly leagues and statewide competitive leagues
Frisbee, Ultimate - back to index
Bozeman Ultimate Frisbee Summer League
Joey Key 586-3221
Monday 6:30-8:30 MSU
Joey Key
Football - back to index
Flag Football
K-7 grds.
Maureen Michaud, Program Director –
Powder Puff Flag Football
2-7 grds.

Gallatin Empire Lions Midget Football
5th&6th graders 10-13
Sept- Oct
John Close - 600-9568
Hotline - 556-4633
Bozeman Team Handball 14-18 yrs   599-1837
Horseback Riding - back to index
GallEP: The Gallatin Equestrian Partnership     Marianne Amsden
Saddle/Harness Club
Connie Lein - 586-2885
Ice Hockey - back to index
Bozeman Hockey Association:
Haynes Pavilion - Gallatin County Fairgrounds
Youth (Boys & Girls) & Adult (Men & Women) Hockey Programs & Leagues.

October through March

Julie Keck, Rink Manager:


BAHA offers a wide range of hockey opportunities for all ages, skills, and genders. Helmet and membership required for all hockey activity. Public skating (non hockey) times scheduled every day and ice rental for special events is available.

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City Parks:
Bogert Park -South Church Avenue
Southside Park- College at 5th Avenue
Beall Park- 415 North Bozeman
Rink conditions hotline: 582-2905
Southside Tennis Courts flooded for hockey 12 & under. Closed Tue, Th, and Fri for Curling League
Haynes Pavilion
Julie Keck, Rink Manager:
Open skating, party rental available on a varying schedule.
Learn To Skate - Ice Skating Lessons - Haynes Pavilion
put on by Bozeman Figure Skating Club
3 - adult
Oct - April
Sandra Jacobs, Director registrations available at Play it Again Sports, 19th & Oak
Figure Skating and Hockey lessons
Skating lessons are available through the Bozeman Recreation Department
4 - adult
Jan - Feb
Lessons offered for all ability levels (beginning-Advanced)
Lacrosse - back to index
Bozeman Lacrosse League
7 - 18
June - August

Dedicated to promoting the sport of lacrosse for boys and girls ages 7-18
Bozone Women’s Lacrosse Pick-up League
18- adult
June - September
email Taylor at
All levels of experience welcome
Bozeman Men’s Lacrosse League
April - September
Andy Kessanich 587-4138

Motor Cycle - back to index

Bob Stevenson

Mountaineering - back to index
Montana Mountaineering Association

Erin Taylor Executive Director.
some free
More Information

Rugby - back to index

Rugby Club

Curtis Ramsey 579-6987
Running - back to index
Big Sky Wind Drinkers

Kurt Buchl 587-0756
For running routes and maps see GVLT or

  Yearly Membership $15 per family. Weekly Family Fun Runs, May through September. Monthly Fun Runs, October through April. All fun runs are free and open to all. schedule
Senior Olympics - back to index
Adults 50 and over

Summer & Winter

Kay Newman 586 5543
  Summer Games: June
Winter Games: Feb
Scuba - back to index
Steve Lantz
Shooting - back to index
Belgrade Sharp Shooters Youth, 8 - 15 Season starts in January
Training in shooting safety and competition.
Skateboard - back to index
4-H Skateboard Club up to 18 yrs Winter Joey Duval 570-7837
Helmets required.
Skiing - back to index

Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF)

N, button

Nordic, Alpine and Freestyle skiing. Ski Swap every year in November at fairgrounds

Skiing, Backcountry - back to index

Montana Mountaineering Association

Erin Taylor Executive Director.
some free
More Information
Skiing, Cross Country - back to index
Lindley Park
Bridger Creek Golf Course
Hedvig's Trail at Snowfill (leash free dog friendly ski trails)
BSF 587-2445 -
Grooming costs supported by buttons purchased at Bangtail, Northern Lights, online
Soccer - back to index

Indoor Futsal

Jen 579-5516
Co-ed teams
AYSO Soccer
1st-12th grds.
Registrar: 579-0612
Recreational grade level (single sex) teams.

Bozeman Blitzz Soccer-

Competitive traveling teams for boys and girls. Teams determined by age and ability
Bozeman Blitz Micro Recreational -
K - 8
Spring & Fall
Recreational Soccer for K-12th grade
Adult Coed Recreational Soccer
Over 18
seeking volunteer


Recreational teams for both men and women
Adult Competitive Recreational Soccer Co-ed competitive teams.
Softball - back to index
Senior Softball
Over 50
Bob Towers 581 5203   Meet at the Softball Complex Tuesday mornings at 9
Gallatin Valley Softball Association     Terry 581-6945 or Chris 570-3276
Hotline operates May-Aug 922-2255
Girls Fastpitch
May through July

Christa Drab 581-2235

Bozeman Stealers Girls Fastpitch
Belgrade girls fastpitch     Chet Layman 388-6284(h), 581-6582(c)    
Snowshoe - back to index

Snowtravelers Snowshoe Club


Chuck Hudson

Offers weekend day trips as well as special events throughout the snow season. All welcome!
Special Olympics - back to index
Special Olympics Montana
Sept through May
Fun, safe competitive sports events for people with intellectual disabilities.
Swimming - back to index
Bozeman Swim Center
Bozeman Recreation Dept
Barracuda Swim Team
7 – 18
Year Round
A USA Swimming competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technique instruction for ages 7 and older with a desire to compete.
Bozeman Masters Swim Club
18 – 100+
Year Round

Coach Janelle (808) 554-6815

Programs are open to all adult swimmers (fitness, triathlete, competitive, non-competitive) who are dedicated to improving their fitness through swimming.
Bozeman Stingrays Synchronized Swim Team
Sept- May/June
Sue Hjalmarsson 539-1047
Tennis - back to index

Bozeman Tennis Association - BZTA


Laurie 522-9016, 587-3018

B-League Tennis (Adult beginner to intermediate evening league) Plays Monday and Wednesday evenings 5:30 - 7:00 @ Bozeman High School courts.
June – September
Additional information and printable registration form, click here
Recreational tennis league for men and women of lower to intermediate
Bozeman Parks Department: Southside Park (3 courts), Bogert Park (2 courts)

Southside Park, 3 courts

Bobcat Tennis Center
Indoor courts available by appointment. Junior and adult programs.8 outdoor courts 1st come basis.
Track - back to index
Bozeman Track Club:
Gr. 6-8th

Dave Skelton

Host Junior Olympics. Qualifying athletes can compete in regional and national Junior Olympics
Cross Country/Indoor and outdoor track
Gr. 8-12th
Li'l Bobcat Track Co-ed
Winter Brian Stoppel
Pre-registration required
Triathlon - back to index
Bozeman Triathlon Club - All March-October Sherri Pearson
Art Thompson
  Training and information for all levels of triathletes
Volleyball - back to index
Bozeman Volleyball Association
Adult co-ed
Tylene Walters 581 2382
Kevin McManus 209-7381
Adult Co-ed Leagues. Summer league is outside.
City courts:
East Gallatin Rec. Area
Bozeman Pond
Big Sky Volleyball Club
18 or younger
Amy Buchanan 720-560-7072
Wrestling - back to index
Bozeman Wrestling Club
4-18 boys and girls
January to April
Jim or Betty
AAU sanctioned
Bozeman Mat Dogs

3-18 coed

Nov - April

Derry McClane 579-0199

See Flyer
Bozeman Hawk Wrestling Club 4 - 18 Dec - April Darin Lenz 698-2667

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Other Groups and Organizations

Adopt a Park:  To help ensure that we as a community can pass down to future generations a sense of pride and sustainability for our local parks, the Bozeman Beautification Board and the Recreation and Parks Board have established an Adopt a Park program. This would allow individuals, groups, families, organizations, or businesses to do minor ongoing maintenance in the park or trail of their choosing for one year.  Minimum requirements are to pick up litter and dog waste, and do general weeding on a monthly basis.  It could also include small shrub and flower deadheading, pruning, planting, graffiti removal, etc.  In appreciation, an Adopt a Park sign with you or your group’s name on it will be posted at the park, recognizing your contribution to the City of Bozeman. 

What to do?  Select a park (see map), download, fill out, and sign the agreement form, deliver, fax, or mail it to: City of Bozeman Adopt a Park Program, 415 N. Bozeman, Bozeman MT, 59715 (fax 580-2292) and you will be contacted.

American Computer Museum: Experience the Information Age from its earliest beginnings through the Internet. 2023 Stadium Drive, 582-1288,

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Gallatin County is a proven prevention program for youth.  Gallatin County BBBS serves children through a community based program and five school based programs.  If you are interested in being a Big Brother, Big Sister, or Big Family, or want to learn more about these programs, see the website at

Boy Scouts: Serves boys between the ages of 7 and 18 through a year-round program. Boy Scouts also serves both boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 21 through a high adventure program called Venturing. For more information please contact Terrence 581-9701 or Jory Dellinger 493-6849, 3701 Trakker Trail, Suite 2E, 59718

Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Montana: Youth development programs for boys and girls. The program has Camps and programs from 7:30 am until 10:00 pm during the summer. During the School year there are programs during the day for home schoolers and after school for until 10:00 pm for others. A new facility opened in April of 2005 at 600 Bridger Canyon Rd. Fees: $12/yr. Contact: or Jean Bucher, 587-8442 or

Bozeman Area Bicycle Advisory Board (BABAB) The Board operates in an advisory capacity to the City Commission in matters relating to enhanced bicycle circulation, community-wide bicycle education and safety programs, and other matters relating to bicycling in the Bozeman area. Click here. The board has also developed an interactive trail map outlining bike routes throughout the Bozeman Area.

Bozeman Bike Kitchen Community members come to the Bozeman Bike Kitchen (BBK), 415 E Aspen St, to learn to repair bikes, "cook" up new bikes from broken ones, and enjoy a culture of bicycles as transportation and fun. BBK collects donated bikes and provides the tools and volunteer mechanics to help anyone interested in learning. Bikes are then distributed to Bozeman citizens that couldn't otherwise afford a bike. Work nights every Tuesday from 6 - 8.

Bozeman City Band Open to adult, university and high school musicians. Members are paid and the band performs eight concerts in the summer. Contact Ray Herdina 284-6086.

Bozeman Folklore Society Concerts, contra dancing, and more, contact Ellen Stephenson 581-3444.

Bozeman Public Library: 626 East Main Street, 582-2400

Bozeman Senior Center: Located at 807 N. Tracy, the Senior Center offers a wide range of activities and services for adults 50 and older, including travel, recreation and legal services. There is also a wellness center offering fitness classes and some medical services. Meals are served at midday Monday through Friday at a suggested cost of $2.75. Annual membership is $12 per year. For more information, phone 586 2421, e-mail, or check

Bozeman Youth Initiative: BYI connects high school youth to their community through youth-driven programs, supported by adult mentors. Youth Productions: an event production team show that showcases local young talent. Bike Club: Young riders organize bike tours to promote sustainability. Greenhouse Bus: Youth are converting a school bus into a greenhouse and will mentor elementary school kids, teaching them about local food systems. Contact: Greg Owens, Executive Director

BWAGS: the Bozeman Women’s Activity Group offers a variety of activities for women of all ages. Specializes in outdoor, backcountry hiking and X country skiing throughout the year. Several different levels are available. Contact Patty Steinmiller 763-4145, or click

Child Care Connection: Offers FREE referrals to help parents find child care., 587-7786.

Children's Museum of Bozeman: 202 South Willson, 522-9087

Clean Up Bozeman: Contact Allyson Bristor 582-2274 to sign up for an area.

Dinosaur Playground: Corner of Oak Street and Davis Lane. Mike Harris 582-3178

Eagle Mount: Provides therapeutic recreational activities for mentally and or physically handicapped children and adults. Sponsors swimming year-round, skiing and skating in winter, and horseback riding in Contact: Mary Peterson Director 586-1781 or

4-H: For 6-12th graders, this organization includes the traditional agriculture and homemaking projects but also sponsors skateboarding, computers and many other activities. Fees: $15/yr. Contact:, or email: Danica Jamison, 388-3213. Gallatin County Extension services 582-3280.

Gallatin County Interconnect - Gallatin County is undertaking a comprehensive parks and trails planning process in order to maintain the quality of life we enjoy in this area and keep up with the demands of population growth. The mission of this effort is: "To link our communities and recreation areas through a network of trails for the use and enjoyment of Gallatin County's residents and visitors." To view the County's new interactive Parks And Trails Mapper, click here

Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center offers both Basic and Advanced workshops, as well as seminars in avalanche awareness for specific groups such as students and snowmobilers. Contact

Gallatin Valley Land Trust: A non-profit that helps build and maintain community trails around the Bozeman area. We can use help on work projects, and have a variety of activities for all ages on National Trails Day, the first Saturday in June. Trail maps and information about the land trust are available. For more information call Gary Vodehnal at 587-8404.

Gallatin Valley Newcomers: Contact Linda Rodgers at 585-4644 or Nancy Xander at 556-9759

The Gallatin Valley Skatepark Association [GVSA] is a local / regional consortium of skateboarding-friendly individuals, businesses and other kindred spirits supporting the development of free, public skateparks in southwest Montana. For more information contact

GallEP: The Gallatin Equestrian Partnership's vision is to help safeguard our western heritage by restoring our vanishing equestrian landscape. Their mission is to serve as advocates to educate and unite equestrians and the community to enhance opportunities in the Gallatin Valley for equestrian activities: To establish equestrian trails through cooperative efforts with government agencies, other non-profits, and landowners; To create an equestrian park serving diverse equestrian needs in the Gallatin Valley and the larger region. For more information, visit or email Marianne Amsden at

Girl Scouts: Serves girls in kindergarten through 12th grade with a variety of programs during the school year. Fees. Contact: or Kelli Stanley, Membership Director South-Central Montana Region, Girls Scout of Montana and Wyoming or call 1-800-736-5243 ext 2305.

Hopa Mountain's Youth Leadership Program: Offers teens weekly opportunities to strengthen their leadership skills through activities such as adventure-based experiential challenges, outdoor problem solving games, inquiry-based science education, local art projects, self-awareness exercises, and community service learning initiatives. Visit or call (406) 586-2455.

Human Resource Development Council: Offers various youth development programs such as work training, life skills, and community involvement incentives. Contact: or 587-4486 or

Intermountain Therapy Animals: Pets helping people. "Enhancing quality of life through the human/animal bond." Contact Nancy Rosen, Bozeman ITA Coordinator, 522-7220

Lions Club: Provides vision and hearing help. Also sponsors youth football and basketball. Scholarships are provided for the sports teams. Contact: Stuart Whitehair: 587-4200(w), 586-6752(h)

Montana Conservation Corps: Equipping young people with the skills and values to make a positive difference in the community. We are looking for people to work on projects to conserve our public lands and improve our communities. For more information please visit our website, or call 406 587-4475.

Montana Outdoor Science School (MOSS): Since 1994 the Montana Outdoor Science School has offered interactive natural science programs in Southwest Montana. MOSS promotes an appreciation and understanding of the natural world by providing quality education experiences. MOSS offerings range from free festivals to summer courses, year-round outdoor adventures for all ages, and school programs. For more information visit our website or call 582-0526, visit us at the Fish Technology Center at 4056 Bridger Canyon Road or write us at P. O. Box 502, Bozeman, MT 59771.

Montana Wilderness Association offers programs such as Wilderness Walks, one of the most enduring and popular outdoor education programs in the country and “Wilderness and…” a series of lectures recommended for area newcomers, families, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone with a passion for wild places and protecting Montana’s wildlands. Wilderness Walks provides a great opportunity to learn about nature and Montana’s wild heritage by exploring the landscape with a knowledgeable walk leader and fellow hikers. The free guidebook features 119 walks this year, in wildlands all across Montana. There’s a walk for everyone from a mile stroll to multiple-day backpack trips. All walks are led by volunteers donating their time, energy and knowledge—and their passion for Montana’s wild landscapes. The "Wilderness and..." program is free and open to the public. For more information call the Madison-Gallatin Chapter of the Montana Wilderness Association at 582-8600.

Mountain Belles is a Bozeman area women’s recreational group that promotes healthy, active and adventurous lifestyles by hosting local clinics, outings and events such as fly fishing clinics, introduction to zumba, winter animal track identification, wilderness first aid and guest speakers on subjects such as herbal medicine, triathlon training, and the healthful benefits of beer.

Museum of the Rockies: MOR 4 Kids Club is a program at the museum for first through fifth graders. The museum also offers a long list of activities for children and adults. Fees may be waived or reduced for holders of an annual membership. For more information call: 994-2251 or go to:

Optimists: Sponsors various youth activities such as Little Bobcat Track. Currently sponsors this website (Thank You!). Contact: Brian Stoppel 587-0566

Pioneer Museum: 317 West Main Street, 522-8122, Since 1982, the Pioneer Museum has offered a variety of changing exhibits portraying earlier days in the Gallatin Valley.

Sweet Pea Festival - The first weekend of August the community of Bozeman, Montana comes alive to celebrate the arts with its annual Sweet Pea Festival. Every year hundreds of volunteers work together to put on a festival jam-packed with entertainment, art and family fun. 586-4003.

Thrive: Thrive strengthens family relationships through its five signature programs: Child Advancement Project (CAP mentors), Girls for a Change, Parent Liaison, Parent Place, and Partnership. These programs connect parents to the schools, empower youth, and provide resources for parents to raise healthy and successful children. For more information on Thrive’s great programs or to find out how to get involved, please visit, call (406) 587-3840, or email

Wonderlust provides educational courses for adults on areas as diverse as global warming and modern poetry.  For more information contact the Burns Telecom Center, 994-6683 or visit

Y.M.C.A. The Gallatin Valley YMCA provides athletic leagues, swim lessons, teen programming, summer camps and fitness programs all at an affordable cost to our participants. No one will ever be turned away due to the inability to pay. For more information please go to or call 994-9622

Sources of used sports equipment at reduced prices:
Play it Again Sports 1707 W Oak St Ste C, Bozeman 587-7427 -
Second Wind Sports
15 West Olive, Bozeman 586-7441
Bridger Ski Foundation Ski Swap. Held in early November. Ski equipment and clothing available at reduced prices. Call 587-2445.
Bike swap. Held in April or May. Call Martin Rollefson 585-5632
Sacks 138 W Mendenhall, Bozeman. Limited sports equipment.
Salvation Army 425 E. Babcock, Bozeman. Limited sports equipment.
Pawnshops have some sports equipment.

Neighborhood Involvement:
Allyson Bristor is the Neighborhood Coordinator for the City of Bozeman. Her role is to act as the liaison between the InterNeighborhood Council and the City. She can advise those interested in starting a neighborhood organization and is a resource for Bozeman residents for city related policies, procedures, news and information. The Neighborhoods Program aids in organizing citizen focus groups, volunteer events, informational charettes and neighborhood and inter-neighborhood meetings in an effort to keep the residents of Bozeman informed and active in their community and local government. You can contact her at 582-2274 or by e-mail at


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The Bozeman Noon Optimists' Club
The Optimist's Club is a service organization dedicated to serving the youth of the Bozeman community
Join our friendly group for lunch any Thursday at the Elks Club on Haggerty Lane
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This information was compiled by the Bozeman Recreation and Parks Advisory Board: a volunteer organization appointed by the Bozeman City Commission.

Last updated on November 20, 2015

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