Fall is here but that means harvest, hops and Halloween around the corner. There are still plenty of things to do around the valley this week.

Tuesday, September 22nd - BONUS Bozeman Farmer's Market at Heeb's: held in the parking lot of Heeb's Fresh Market. 5pm to 7pm. It's a FALL HARVEST MARKET! Buy fresh, local produce direct from the farmers. It's the VERY LAST ONE of the year.

Tuesday, September 22nd - "Protect Her Legacy" at Senator Daines' office: 13 South Willson, Bozeman. 5pm to 6pm. Hosted by Sunrise Movement Gallatin County. "No Confirmation Before the Inauguration" gathering.

Thursday, September 24th - Bozeman premiere of TGR's Make Believe: Thursday, September 24 and Friday, September 25, join TGR at the Starlite Drive-In Theatre (6465 River Road, Bozeman) for the new ski and snowboard film, Make Believe. Tickets are $30 per vehicle (includes two passengers), $10 each additional passenger in your vehicle. On-sale now. Early Show: Gates at 6:20 PM, Film at 7:20 PM (each night) Late Show: Gate at 9:00 PM, Film at 9:45 PM (each night). This film features a segment shot locally in the mountains of Montana. There will be prize giveaways.

Friday, September 25th - Best of 406 Marketplace at the Gallatin Valley Mall: held outdoors, weather permitting. 4pm to 7pm. This marketplace showcases local vendors selling unique items that are handmade, grown, created, built, or improved in the 406.

Saturday, September 26th - Hyalite Fall Clean Up and Stewardship Day: 12pm to 4pm. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we’re doing our clean up day a bit differently this fall. Rather than having as many people as possible show up in Hyalite to help out, we are asking people to sign up for a project in advance, and space is limited to 15 people/project. This years projects are: Barbed wire fence pulling in Face Draw, Electric fence pulling on Lick Creek, Trail work on the Blackmore Trail, Cleanup crew – picking up litter at the Day Use Area, Hyalite trailheads, and along the Hyalite Road. YOU MUST SIGN UP IN ADVANCE!

Saturday, September 26th - Jim Bridger Trail Run at Sypes Canyon: 8 AM – 2 PM. The 2020 race is BACK ON. Proceeds will now be split between the One Valley/Greater Gallatin United Way Bridger Foothills Fire Relief Fund and the nonprofit Bridger Ski Foundation. Join us for 10 miles of beautiful trail running. Featuring a wave start. IMPORTANT: Must be registered in advance. Cost is $45.

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