Happy Monday, Trailheads! Coming up in a few, Gretchen Sutherland with Missoula Parks and Recreation will join Robert in the studio to tell us about tomorrow's Kids Fest 2016. Grab the kiddos and head down to Caras Park from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm to enjoy a free summer celebration - food, games, activities and giveaways, plus live music from The Salamanders!
A free summer celebration for kids and kids at heart! Join us for games, activities, food, music, and more! You won't want to miss The Salamanders playing music and all of the great businesses and organziations providing activities for kids.
Special thanks to Missoula Federal Credit Union for sponsoring the event!
More information @ www.ci.missoula.mt.us/1231/Kidsfest, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 406-552-6266.
See you @ Kids Fest 2016!
TOMORROW! Tune in to the Trail Lunchbox at noon for your chance to win a pair of tickets to The Claypool Lennon Delirium live at The Wilma on Tuesday. We'll also hear a few cuts from their debut album, Monolith of Phobos. #trailpresents
The Wilma & Trail 1033 present:
The Psychedelic Furs & The Church Band
Thursday, July 28, 2016 @ The Wilma
7:00pm Door | 8:00pm Show | All Ages
Tickets available at The Top Hat, online or by phone at 877-987-6487. Reserved premium balcony seating and general admission standing room only floor tickets are available.
More Info: thewilma.com/event/the-psychedelic-furs-898/
The McAdams family of Missoula represents three generations of whitewater kayaking expertise. Lynn McAdams was the first to kayak the @AlbertonGorge. His son Shawn named many of its rapids, and granddaughter Darby recently went pro. In the finale of this special two-part edition of The Trail Less Traveled, your travel guide Mandela Leola van Eeden will continue where she left off last week and explore how kayak design, construction and traversing the whitewater has changed in the past 60 years. The Trail Less Traveled - Missoula's homegrown outdoor adventure series. Every Sunday at 6 pm on the Trail 1033. ... See MoreSee Less