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Newsletter — Oct 11, 2017

Thanks to everyone who joined executive director Ken Egan in September to discuss the year ahead. Community members had lots of great ideas for discussions and presentations, including the impacts of globalization on the MonDak region, energy and agricultural issues, the possibility of a regional Montana history conference, and programming on diverse cultures, literature, and other current events.

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.

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

Kim Anderson

Open House at the MonDak Heritage Center with Humanities Montana’s Director of Programs and Grants

On Thursday, October 19 from 11am-1pm, Humanities Montana’s Director of Programs and Grants Kim Anderson will be at the MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave SE, for an open house meet-and-greet. Kim looks forward to connecting with you and exchanging thoughts and ideas about how we can best serve Sidney.

If you can’t make the open house, don’t worry—join Kim that evening for a dinner and discussion at Meadowlark Public House!

Franco Littlelight

Bridget Kevane

Ambrin Masood

Ruthann Knudson

Ellen Baumler

A Cultural Vision for Sidney: Dinner and Discussion

Join Kim on Thursday, October 19 from 6-8pm, at Meadowlark Public House, 117 S Central Ave, for a buffet-style dinner and informal discussion of your cultural vision for Sidney. Dinner is on us, but please RSVP so we know how much food to provide!

Join us for Mondak Heritage Center’s Cultures of Montana series:

Franco Littlelight presents Song of the Dawn Priests: A History of the Crow People

October 24 • 7pm

Bridget Kevane presents Latino America, Latino Montana

November 1 • 7pm

Ambrin Masood presents Cultural Diversity and Muslims in America

November 9 • 7pm

Ruthann Knudson presents Paleoindians in Montana: 13,000-8,000 Years Ago

November 16 • 7pm

Ellen Baumler presents Profiles of African American Montanans

November 30 • 7pm

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

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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