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Big Brothers Big Sisters

15 South 8th Ave (map)



Big Brothers Big Sisters of Gallatin County was founded in Bozeman in 1973. The local agency serves children ages 5-15 in Bozmena, Belgrade, Manhattan, Three Forks, Four Corners, Gallatin Gateway and Big Sky, withsatellite offices in Ennis and West Yellowstone. Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

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Big Sky Youth Empowerment

202 South Black Suite #1 (map)



BYEP is a non-profit in the Gallatin Valley providing local, at-risk youth with an unparalleled group mentoring program. By immersing youth in life skills workshops and outdoor adventures, participants graduate from high school and have actionable plans that lead to independence through education, vocation or service.

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Bogert Farmer's Market

Bogert Park-Bozeman, MT (map)



Join us every Tuesday June 5th through September 25th from 5-8pm in Bogert Park on South Church Avenue. Every Week vendors sell their fresh and locally grown veggies, fruits and flowers along with handmade jewelry, art and much more! Bring yourself, a friend and family and enjoy local music, family activities and fresh made snacks and dinner. The Market is run by the Friends of Parks. Proceeds go to rejuvenate Bozeman Parks! Promote, Preserve, and Play together at Bogert Farmers? Market!

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Bozeman Amateur Hockey Association

901 North Black Ave. (map)



BAHA - for all of your ice skating adventures! Bozeman Amateur Hockey Association (BAHA) is a non-profit organization which offers live hockey, youth and adult hockey programs, public skating, learn to skate lessons, and more. BAHA activities take place in the Haynes Pavilion, a seasonal indoor ice arena located at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds. See the BAHA website ( for more information and a full ice schedule (late September – mid April).

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Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce

2000 Commerce Way (map)



Since 1910, the Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce has helped business grow and prosper. Today, it's one of the largest and most aggressive business organizations in the state of Montana. The Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce, representing it's membership, advocates economic vitality, high quality of life and preservation of the free enterprise system through leadership, vision and communication.

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Bozeman Dharma Center

1019 East Main Street (map)



The Bozeman Dharma Center is dedicated to the timeless teachings of the Buddha. It is a serene, beautiful space for the practice of meditation, study, and inquiry. BDC provides a common home for Bozeman’s Buddhist groups, a venue for classes, workshops, and retreats, and a spiritual refuge for the cultivation of wisdom and compassion. Everyone is welcome in the spirit of an open heart and mind.

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Bozeman Health Foundation

931 Highland Blvd., Suite 3200 (map)



The mission of Bozeman Deaconess Foundation is to support Bozeman Deaconess Hospital by promoting community participation and financial support of activities to improve community health and quality of life.

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Bozeman Police Department

34 North Rouse (map)



The Bozeman Police Department in partnership with the citizens of Bozeman is committed to improving the quaility of life by identifying and resolving public safety concerns.

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Bozeman Public Library Foundation

626 East Main Street (map)



The Bozeman Public Library Foundation seeks to increase and enhance the quality of services, programs, and community events offered by the Library, benefiting the residents and communities it serves, while advocating for private and public support of the Library. The Bozeman Public Library is a gathering place to learn about art, music, and current affairs. It provides topical programs, technology classes, children's storytimes, and more. The Foundation makes it possible for the Library to bring wonder and enrichment to this community. To make a tax-deductible contribution to the Foundation, contact Paula Beswick.

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Bozeman Symphony Society

1001 West Oak Street Suite 201 (map)



The Bozeman Symphony Orchestra and Choir is one of the community?s most highly regarded performing arts organizations. The organization presents six major subscription concerts, two world-class pianists in recital, collaborates with many arts organizations on special projects such as the Montana Ballet Company, free family performances, a free Festival of the Fourth celebration (July 4th at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds), and several special events each symphonic season. The organization is constantly praised for the quality of performance and artistic standards presenting guest artists from around the world and the orchestra and choir consisting of 175 local musicians. The Bozeman Symphony also presents a wide array of ?Far Afield? performers dedicated to educational and outreach programs throughout southwest Montana.

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300 North Willson, Suite 2001 (map)



Bridgercare provides excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere. Bridgercare is a non-profit reproductive healthcare (family planning) facility that has been providing services for women and men of all ages since 1972. Our visit fees are based on patient income and family size and services are provided regardless of ability to pay.

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Cancer Support Community

102 S. 11th Ave. (map)



Cancer Support Community is a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing emotional support, education and hope for people with cancer and their loved ones, free of charge. Utilizing the Patient Active Concept, people affected by cancer can learn vital skills to regain control, reduce feelings of isolation and restore hope -- regardless of the state of disease. Cancer Support Community is one of 52 chapters and is located in Bozeman.

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Central Asia Institute

PO Box 7209 (map)



Central Asia Institute empowers communities of Central Asia through literacy and education, especially for girls, promotes peace through education, and conveys the importance of these activities globally.

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Children's Museum of Bozeman

202 S. Willson (map)



The Children's Museum of Bozeman features hands-on exhibits and creative programs for kids and families. Kids learn through play in exhibits and open-ended activities featuring physical science, building, dress-up, arts, culture and more. Everyone welcome!

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City of Bozeman (City Hall)

121 North Rouse Ave (map)



Integrity, leadership, service, and teamwork are the core values of our organization and provide a framework for our employees, community volunteers and citizens. Our professional staff is made up of educated, licensed, and experienced accountants, attorneys, engineers, policemen, firefighters, parks and recreation professionals, and planners working to maintain Bozeman's vision as the "Most Livable Place." The City's mission, "To enhance the quality of life through excellence in public service," gives guidance to the staff as they fulfill their commitment of providing sound professional advice to our elected officials and assist them in their daily approach to servicing our vibrant community. Bozeman is a dynamic and growing community: come visit City Hall in Downtown Bozeman to learn more about our local government and services.

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Coldsmoke Awards-Coldsmoke Films

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The Coldsmoke Awards is a winter mountain film festival dedicated to showcasing the amazing films made in the mountains each year. The Coldsmoke Awards aim is to strengthen the winter culture through the arts.

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Eagles Club #326

316 East Main Street (map)



The Fraternal Order of Eagles is a non-profit organization dedicated to "people helping people". Our club is one of the last old time Downtown Bozeman Bars and is open to the public. Live music on the weekends, pool tournaments, and burgers on Friday's (Thrusdays in the summer!). Steaks on the first Satruday of each month- come join us at 316 East Mains Street!

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Ellen Theatre

17 West Main St. (map)



The Ellen Theatre is a beautifully restored 1919 show palace and performing arts center. Over 35,000 patrons a year enjoy such events as classic movies, live musical theatre, concerts, dance events, New York’s The Acting Company, The Vienna Boys Choir, and special guest artists including Judy Collins, jazz great Marcus Roberts, Arlo Guthrie, Lily Tomlin, Herb Alpert and many more. The Ellen is also home to TATE Academy, providing professional performing arts training for children and adults. With gilded crown molding, ornate fixtures and hand-crafted features, the décor alone is worth a visit, and no matter what your interests, The Ellen is sure to entertain, so please stop by and enjoy a show.

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Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture

111 South Grand (map)



The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture is a community arts and culture hub housed in a historic and inviting 1918 school building. Classrooms are now artist workspace, yoga studios, galleries, non-profit organizations and the award-winning Emerson Grill. The Emerson offers arts outreach and education programs, community events, and contemporary art galleries showcasing the work of established and emerging artists. A renovated 727-seat theater hosts professional live theatre and music performances, film festivals, and conferences; the ballroom is a popular space for parties, performances, dinners, and fundraisers. The public is invited to stop in and stroll through the halls of the galleries and exhibits during normal business hours.

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Friends of Hyalite - Bozeman Ice Festival

P.O. Box 6235, Bozeman, MT 59771 (map)



Friends of Hyalite is a 501(c)3, grassroots, charitable organization that draws on a broad base of community engagement to promote volunteerism and support for recreational opportunities and conservation of the outstanding, year-round, recreational opportunities found in Hyalite Canyon on the Gallatin National Forest near Bozeman. All proceeds from the Annual Arcteryx Bozeman Ice Festival go to support this mission statement.

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Gallatin Ahead

201 South Wallace, Suite B3C (map)



Gallatin Ahead seeks to build a prosperous, resilient and enduring future for the Gallatin Valley.

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Gallatin Art Crossing

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The Gallatin Art Crossing is a unique outdoor sculpture exibit. Located in downtown Bozeman, Montana, the exhibit hosts a variety of artwork, introducing viewers to many artistic approaches.

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Gallatin County Fairgrounds

901 North Black (map)



Home of the Bozeman Roundup, Gallatin County Fair, and the Wild West WinterFest, the Gallatin County Fairgrounds has been a community, state and regional event center since 1903.
The Fairgrounds is also the home of the Bozeman Bucks American Legion Baseball, the Bozeman Amateur Hockey Association and Bozeman Rifle and Pistol Club Indoor Shooting Range.
The Fairgrounds facilities are available for private and/or public events throughout the year. There is always something happening at the Fairgrounds - antique shows, gun shows, equine events, gem and mineral shows, weddings, concerts, and livestock shows. There is never a dull moment at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds.

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Gallatin Ice Foundation

901 North Black (map)



The Gallatin Ice Foundation is leading fundraising efforts to expand recreational and competitive ice sports in Bozeman. Aligning forces of all ice users as well as the hockey and figure skating clubs, it has diligently focused on raising funds for a year-round ice sheet adjacent to the current rink at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds.

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Gallatin Valley Land Trust

25 North Willson, Suite E (map)



The GVLT is dedicated to the conservation of open space, agricultural land, wildlife habitat, and the creation of public trails in and around Gallatin County.

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Greater Yellowstone Coalition

215 South Wallace (map)



The Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC) was founded in 1983 on a simple premise: An ecosystem will remain healthy and wild only if it is kept whole. Our mission is to protect the lands, waters and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, now and for future generations.
This vast ecosystem is one of the largest, nearly intact temperate ecosystems left on Earth and includes Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, surrounding national forests, national wildlife refuges, and state and private lands in Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana.
GYC works to ensure that a thoughtful and holistic approach is taken to managing the natural and wildlife resources in harmony with people and modern development. We work to shape a future where wildlife populations maintain their full diversity and vitality, where ecological processes function with minimal intervention, where exceptional recreational opportunities abound for visitors and residents alike, and where communities can enjoy a healthy and diversified economy.

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Hopa Mountain

234 E. Babcock (map)



Hopa Mountain supports community leaders of all ages in realizing the hopes and dreams for their hometowns.

Community leaders are those individuals who step forward when others look to them for help. Hopa Mountain provides these leaders with training, mentoring, networking opportunities, and financial resources to help them create much-needed opportunities for advancing the education, ecological health, and economic well-being of their communities.

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Human Resource Development Council (HRDC)

32 S. Tracy (map)



HRDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit Community Action Agency dedicated to building a better community through innovation and leadership. We provide programs and service in the areas of Housing, Food & Nutrition, Child & Youth Development, Senior Empowerment, Community Transportation, Home Heading-Energy Safety, and Community Development.

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Intermountain Opera Bozeman

104 E Main St., Ste 101 (map)



Intermountain Opera Bozeman is Montana’s premier opera organization. IOB is known nationally for its first-class productions featuring guest artists who regularly sing at the Metropolitan Opera and other major opera houses with an orchestra and chorus comprised of the finest local and regional musicians. Annually IOB brings two fully staged operas to life, collaborates with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks for a musical theater production, sponsors the Opera Run and provides educational outreach activities and events for schools and the general public.

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Montana Community Development Corporation

222 E. Main Suite 202 (map)



When businesses grow, communities prosper.

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MSU Extended University

20 East Olive St. (map)



Extended Universtiy offers non-credit classes, workforce training and professional development courses for adults. As an academic outreach arm of Montana State University, we serve the needs of both on-campus and non-traditional students via distance learning, face-to-face classes and public outreach events for youth and adults. Visit at

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Museum of the Rockies

600 West Kagy Blvd. (south of the MSU campus) (map)



The Museum of the Rockies, home to the world?s largest collection of dinosaur fossils, is Montana?s premier natural and cultural history museum. The museum houses permanent exhibits on dinosaurs, geology and Montana history - including, Native American cultures - as well as a planetarium, a living history farm, Explore Yellowstone Children?s Discovery Center and world-class changing exhibits.

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Prospera Business Network

2015 Charlotte Street, Suite 1 (map)

fax: 587-9565


Prospera Business Network is a member-supported non-profit economic development organization in southwestern Montana whose purpose is to advance, challenge and inspire our regional business communities. Originally established in 1985 as the Gallatin Development Corporation, Prospera plays a leading role in economic development serving a region that is one of the fastest growing economic areas in the northern Rocky Mountains. Prospera is dedicated to supporting business expansion, retention and relocation by providing access to business consulting, financing, professional development and economic research.

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S.L.A.M.: Support Local Artists and Musicians

P.O. Box 2008 (map)



Support Local Artists and Musicians (S.L.A.M.) is a non-profit founded in Bozeman dedicated to showcasing the artistic talents of Montana residents and educating our community about the arts. S.L.A.M. focuses on promoting the arts in Montana in a manner that enriches and involves the community. The S.L.A.M. organization offers grants, scholarships, and endowments to community members pursuing art and music education and funding projects in the arts.

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Sack's of Bozeman

138 West Mendenhall (map)



Mon - Fri. 9:30am to 7pm, Sat. 9:30am to 5:30pm, Sunday 12pm to 5pm.

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Salvation Army

32 South Rouse (map)



The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice. The Army?s doctrine follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith to emphasize God?s saving purposes. Its objects are ?the advancement of the Christian religion? of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole.?*

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Streamline Bus

32 South Tracy (map)



Streamline offers fare free public transportation in Bozeman with commuter routes to Belgrade and Livingston. There are two main transfer stations at Montana State University and the Bridger Park garage in Downtown Bozeman. Look for the signature classic yellow buses, modeled after the original Yellowstone Park Tour busses.

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Sweet Pea Festival

424 East Main St., Suite 203B (map)



Sweet Pea has been a Bozeman tradition for over 35 years. Activities include Chalk on the Walk, the Bite of Bozeman, a Juried Art Show, a Parade, the Children's Run and three days of music, dance, theatre, workshops, arts & crafts and children's activities in the downtown Lindley Park. Sweet Pea is an endeared Bozeman tradition that is run by the power of community volunteers. Any and all proceeds from the event are given back to the community in the form of grants for the arts and art education; and for special community projects.

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400 East Babcock (map)



THRIVE provides proactive programs that educate parents, mentor children, and support families.

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U.S. American Legion (Post #14)

225 E. Main (map)



U.S. American Legion (Post #14) is a non profit Organization Proudly Serving United States Veterans and Active Duty Military. Open to the Public

The American Legion offers some of the best drink prices downtown along with a friendly staff and a causal environment. Local Beers on Tap. After work Happy Hour from 4pm-6pm. From 10pm-12pm we offer $2.00 WELLS and DRAFTS every night. Live Music/DJ on the weekends. Pool Tournaments BINGO every Wednesday 7pm-9pm Sports Packages and plenty of TVs ( never miss your game)

**We also have a banquet hall for rent on our second floor with a full kitchen and a bar for parties, meetings, fundraisers and just about any other occasion you can think of!! Come down and support your Local American Legion!

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Venture Church

2595 Simmental Way (map)



Venture Church, now located at "The Hub," exists to help you take the next steps on your spiritual journey. We are committed to Loving God, Loving People and Serving Others. We are intentional about rolling up our sleeves and being the hands and feet of Jesus in Bozeman and around the world. Feel free to join us every Sunday at 9am and 10:45am at the Hub, 2595 Simmental Way.

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Verge Theatre

2304 N. 7th Street Ste. C-1 (map)



The Equinox Theatre Company is Bozeman's year-round, resident professional theater ensemble, as well as a premier provider of arts education programs. Their staple is unusual work: Inventive productions that run the gamut from plays by modern playwrights, to bawdy new takes on tried and true classics, to original work written and created by members of the company.

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Yellowstone Park Foundation

222 E. Main Suite 301 (map)



The non-profit Yellowstone Park Foundation has been the official fundraising partner of Yellowstone National Park since 1996. It works in cooperation with the National Park Service to fund projects that protect, preserve, and enhance the natural and cultural resources and the visitor experience of Yellowstone National Park.

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