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The Art of Meaningful Conversation: Let’s Talk About What’s Important with Lowell Jaeger
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Discussion facilitator Lowell Jaeger uses stimulating short pieces of literature to generate lively, thoughtful, engaging conversations concerning topics important to our everyday lives. The reading and the focus for these conversations can be tailored to your group’s particular interests and needs. These guided dis

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Presentation on Limited Edition Pendleton Commemorating the Nez Perce Flight of 1877

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING 2021

The Blaine County Museum in Chinook, Montana is hosting Terry Ball of Cascade, Montana and Nez Perce elder LeRoy Seth of Lewiston, Idaho to present on the design of a limited edition Pendleton blanket commemorating the Nez Perce Flight of 1877.

After 40 years as a Pendlet

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Informed Citizen: Getting Informed Without Getting Distracted with Julie and Stephan Edwards
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Getting Informed Without Getting Distracted

October 8, 6pm

In today’s world, news, ads, and information come at us faster than we can process. Sometimes it can feel easier to ignore information than to engage with it. In this session we’ll discuss best practices for staying informed, including the Dos and

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Song of the Dawn Priests: A History of the Crow People with Franco Littlelight
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

The history of the Crow People is closely tied to the Montana, Wyoming, Northern Colorado, and Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan landscape. Franco Littlelight shares this history through storytelling, song, poetry, music, and images. Using oral traditions, anthropology research, and archaeological perspectives the ori

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What Ever Happened to the News? with Dennis Swibold
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

In person or Via Zoom with Dennis Swibold. Never has so much news been available. The trick is knowing how to find it—and how to judge its credibility. This program—presented by a veteran journalist, author and educator—takes listeners behind the curtain to reveal how the news is made and explain the revolution

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Montana’s Native People: Perspectives on the Clovis Child Webinar Series Part 1
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Dr. Shane Doyle

Double Helixes in Medicine Wheel Country: Sacred Circles of Life and Love

Yellowstone Gateway Museum invites tribal college and high school students and educators to join us Fall and Winter 2020 for a FREE eight-session live career webinar series. The webinars explore the work of anthropologists, archaeologists, genet

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Montana’s Native People: Perspectives on the Clovis Child Webinar Series Part 2
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Crystal Alegria

Community History through the Lens of the Anzick Site   

Yellowstone Gateway Museum invites tribal college and high school students and educators to join us Fall and Winter 2020 for a FREE eight-session live career webinar series. The webinars explore the work of anthropologists, archaeologists, geneticists and othe

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Montana’s Native People: Perspectives on the Clovis Child Webinar Series Part 3
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Samuel Stockton (Stocky) White, Ph.D.

A Summary of the Anzick Site History     

Yellowstone Gateway Museum invites tribal college and high school students and educators to join us Fall and Winter 2020 for a FREE eight-session live career webinar series. The webinars explore the work of anthropologists, archaeologists, geneticists and other professional

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Ghosts of the Last Best Place with Ellen Baumler
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Ghosts of the Last Best Place

History and the supernatural are the canvas for this virtual program that intertwines the past with the present.

Historian, storyteller, and award-winning author Ellen Baumler weaves a ghostly web in a thought-provoking journey to Montana’s most spirited places. Basing her true stories on firsthand accounts, persona

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Humanities Happy Hour: Death and Literature
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

This month, join us for a conversation with Professor Ashby Kinch on death and pandemic literature. Death is often a taboo subject in the U.S., but it’s also a prevalent experience we all deal with individually in our lives and collectively as a society. How have humans historically made meaning from large scale pand

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