Make it Missoula Monday | Week of Oct 7

It’s Make it Missoula Monday.  Each week, Trail 103.3 DJ, Robert Chase, shares his picks of the week for Missoula happenings. You can hear him discuss them on-air each Monday at 9:00 am. Here’s what’s happening this week:

Monday 10/7
Raising the Dead (Live Recorded Shows of the Grateful Dead)
Description: Every Monday from 5 PM to 7 PM, the Top Hat will host Missoula Deadheads for two hours of live Dead music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. The two hours will be curated by local Dead experts. All Ages. Free event.
5 pm
134 W. Front St.

Tuesday 10/8
James Green, Lunacy and the Moon at Stage 112
Join us this Tuesday for more great free live local music at Stage 112! This week the Weekly Musician Showcase features: James Green with John Quackenbush and Missoula’s own Lunacy & The Moon Live are by Candice Rhea Herndon!Free as always, come support live local music for free this and every Tuesday night at Stage 112!
Starts at 9:00 pm
112 N Pattee St.

Wednesday 10/9
Krewella Seven Lions Candyland at the Wilma Theatre
Tickets $22/$25
All Ages
Doors open at 7pm; Show is at 8pm

Wednesday 10/9
EL-30H! at the Top Hat
7:00 pm
All Ages
134 W Front St.

Thursday 10/10
Dave Manning at Draught Works Brewery
Description:  Draught Works Brewery is a family friendly establishment with live music every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
All Ages

Thursday 10/10
Andrea Harsell at Bitterroot Brewery
All Ages
101 Marcus St.
Hamilton, MT

Friday 10/11
Steve Kallings at Ten Spoon Vineyard Winery
Description: Open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 5-9pm (music 6-9). Escape to Ten Spoon Vineyard and Winery to sample our award-winning wines and enjoy live music by Steve Kallings. Delicious antipasto plates (by Biga) available for purchase while supplies last, or bring your own food.
4175 Rattlesnake Dr.

Saturday 10/12
World’s Largest Garage Sale at the University of Montana
Description: It’s time again to clear out all those unwanted items you just can’t throw in the trash and join vendors at UM on Saturday, October 12th for “The World’s Largest Garage Sale.”
The event will be held – rain or shine (even snow!) – on the lower two levels of the University’s covered parking garage from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Setup for vendors will begin at 7:30 a.m. The parking garage is just off Campus Drive, next to the Mansfield Library.The sale offers an opportunity to recycle furniture, house wares, clothes – anything that might have value to community residents or to students who are trying to furnish new apartments. For $25, vendors will get two parking spaces, each 9 feet by 18 feet. Additional spaces are available for $10 each. Previous sales, which are held every Spring and Fall, have attracted almost a hundred sellers and thousands of shoppers. Don’t miss this chance to turn unwanted items into cash.