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This Week In the Butte - January 8 2018

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This Week In the Butte - January 8 2018

This week in the Butte - January 8 2017

This Week In The Butte

January is off to a great start! Fresh powder, gorgeous days, and killer events around the town and mountain. From the first of the local gO Skomo racing series to country super star Toby Keith headlining the Mountain High Music Festival – you’ll have plenty to keep you busy after a great day of skiing.

gO Ski Mountaineering Race I January 10
Presented by Griggs Orthopedics, the gO Ski Mountaineering races are FREE and feature a new course each week with FREE food, raffle prizes and FREE beer after each race. Registration will be in the middle of the Treasury building from 4 pm until 5 pm.

Races starts at 5:15 PM in the base area. Don’t forget your headlamp!

Mountain High Music Festival I January 11 – 13
BMI (Broadcast Music International), Icon, ACM Poet Award Honoree and Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame Inductee, Dean Dillon host a festival like no other, featuring world class singer/songwriters and recording artists, along with music’s future hit-makers, in concert settings designed for intimate and profound performances.

The 4th Annual Mountain High Music Fest will feature headliners Toby Keith and Jamey Johnson, as well as a stellar list of songwriters and musicians that continues to grow. The MHMF Live Auction will feature exclusive and one of a kind items benefiting Cattlemen’s Days Tough Enough To Wear Pink and Adaptive Sports Center.

Live Music @ Butte 66 I January 12 & 13
Join us for après at Butte 66 at the base of the Red Lady Express from 4 – 6 pm for music, drinks and food!  This week features local talent Casey Falter and is where you'll want to be on Friday and Saturday afternoons!

Historic Walking Tour I January 13
Want to learn more about the history of our wonderful Town and Valley? Enjoy our Winter Wonderland and take a historic walking tour!  Tours meet at 10 am in front of the Museum at 4th and Elk Avenue, are only $10 a person and support the Museum's general operating fund.