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Newsletter — Mar 1, 2018


It may not look like it out the window but spring is on the way and Hometown Humanities Sidney is gearing up with a wide variety of programming for schools and the general public.

In addition to our catalog of over 100 programs in areas like history, literature, and current events, we’ve just unveiled a new catalog of programs that explore the role of journalism in democratic societies, The Informed Citizen. We hope you’ll take part in some of the offerings already planned or take a look at our Montana Conversations catalog and plan your own program!

Remember Humanities Montana staff Kim Anderson and Brooke Beighle are always happy to discuss possible programs or funding opportunities.

Here’s What’s Coming Up in the Weeks Ahead!

Mark Matthews

Let the Children Dance

with Mark Matthews

Sidney Central Elementary

March 8 & 9

school event

Wilbur W. Rehmann

American Art and Democracy Come Together in Jazz

with Wilbur W. Rehmann

MonDak Heritage Center

March 12, 7:00 pm

open to the public

Lowell Jaeger

Montana Poet Laureate Open Mic

with Lowell Jaeger

Meadowlark Brewery

March 19, 6:00 pm

open to the public

Montana's Poet Laureate

with Lowell Jaeger

MonDak Heritage Center

March 20, 7:00 pm

open to the public

Dorothea Susag

Introduction to Montana Indian Poets

with Dorothea Susag

MonDak Heritage Center

April 3, 7:00 pm

open to the public

A Discussion of The Round House by Louise Erdrich

led by Dorothea Susag

Sidney-Richland County Library

April 4, 7:00 pm

open to the public

Tami Haaland

Montana’s Historic Poets

with Tami Haaland

MonDak Heritage Center

April 10, 7:00 pm

open to the public

Developing Community Literary Programs

with Tami Haaland

Sidney-Richland County Library

April 11, 6:30 pm

open to the public

Mark Matthews

Let the Children Dance

with Mark Matthews

Sidney Schools

April 9 - 12

school events

Dave Caserio

Wordsongs: Bringing Poetry to Life

with Dave Caserio

MonDak Heritage Center

April 17, 7:00 pm

open to the public

Tahj Kjelland

Express to Speak

with Tahj Kjelland

MonDak Heritage Center

April 30, 7:00 pm

open to the public

Most presenters will also be making classroom presentations at area schools.

If you can’t make these events but want to talk to us about getting involved or booking programs, call us or email Kim Anderson or Brooke Beighle.

Remember, anyone can book a Humanities Montana speaker for their school or group by browsing our catalog of over 100 programs on topics including history, Native American culture, literature, and public affairs. If you’re interested in booking a program from our catalog or creating something new please contact Kim Anderson or Brooke Beighle.

Humanities Montana strives to enrich the lives of all Montanans by fostering inquiry and stimulating civil and informed conversations about the human experience.

Much more information on Humanities Montana and its many programs and services is available on our website.

Write us at:

Humanities Montana
311 Brantly
Missoula, MT, 59812-7848

or contact us via email, or call us at 406-243-6022.

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