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Butte CPR Courses Available During American Heart Month
Butte CPR Courses Available During American Heart Month
Many businesses and facilities in the community are instrumental in providing CPR classes to the masses year-round. Deemed American Heart Month, February is no exception as establishments in the area will offer CPR classes at both the Copper King Hotel on February 15th, sponsored by Butteauto.com, and at Butte 4C's in Uptown Butte on February 21st. CPR or cardiopulmonary resuscitation is the aspect of combining chest compressions over the heart while providing rescue breathing, better known as mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Performing CPR for a cardiac arrest victim can be a matter of life or death. It is estimated that CPR can triple the chances of survival following cardiac arrest by providing oxygen-rich blood to the brain. (CPR below)
'A Night of World Cuisine' in Butte Serves Up Tradition
'A Night of World Cuisine' in Butte Serves Up Tradition
This Saturday, February 4th, the Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church in Butte will host an evening of traditional Yugoslavian and Balkan-style foods. These delicious dishes will also be served with a variety of desserts, plus complimentary wine and coffee. During "A Night of World Cuisine", members of the Parish Center (2100 Continental Drive) will dress in traditional attire reminiscent of their heritage. Also, during the celebration of world cuisine this Saturday in Butte, enjoy music and no-host cocktails served at 6 pm. Dinner begins at 7 pm. A few seats are still available, so reserve yours now by calling Jennifer at (406) 560-5366, Lisa at (406) 479-4759, or Darleen at (406) 490-7673.
How Many Pancakes Can You Eat in Support of Local Theatre?
How Many Pancakes Can You Eat in Support of Local Theatre?
With everything that theatre programs offer, it's no wonder the Butte Elks Lodge is on board to support the Orphan Girl Children's Theatre next month with a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser. Of course, none of this is possible without the community's support, so thank you in advance to those who plan to attend. So, here's what to expect during the fundraiser on February 5th. From 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the Butte Elks Lodge (206 W Galena) will serve pancakes, with everything from eggs, bacon, and sausage, to juice and coffee. The cost is only $10 a plate, and children five and under eat for free. Proceeds will help to pay tuition fees for aspiring young actors and actresses. So, to all supporters, take a well-deserved bow! Bravo!
The Mother Lode Theatre is Front and Center this Winter
The Mother Lode Theatre is Front and Center this Winter
Just because it's winter doesn't mean you shouldn't do the things you enjoy. This past weekend, many took in the excitement of Snoflinga. Now, if you're not entirely on board with activities that involve physically touching snow, then take in some events that won't leave your toes cold and requires wearing a parka. This article; highly suggests a trip to the Mother Lode Theatre in Butte. To wrap up the month of January, here are two incredible LIVE performances to choose from at reasonable prices. If you're not up to driving to the theatre this winter, schedule an Uber or have a friend or family member drive you there! Here's what's on tap at the Mother Lode Theatre this month:
Pasties or Pork Chop Sandwiches; Which Comfort Food is Better
Pasties or Pork Chop Sandwiches; Which Comfort Food is Better
Comfort foods are delicious treats we crave and reward ourselves with regularly. Even if we're overly happy or sad, comfort foods can rescue or reward us for brief moments at a time. As humans, WE DEMAND OUR COMFORT FOODS! Okay, maybe "demand" is over the top, but yeah, we want to consume good food for all sorts of convincing reasons. So, let's cut to the chase; if you had to choose one of two Montana traditional comfort foods, which would be your go-to? Pork Chop Sandwiches or Pasties? (See below) Montana Traditions, Pork Chop Sandwiches, Pasties, Gravy Ketchup, Comfort Foods, Montana, Butte, Anaconda, Wind's Pasties, Joe's Pasties, June's Pasties, Truzzolinos,
A Recap of SNOFLINGA Slated for this Weekend
A Recap of SNOFLINGA Slated for this Weekend
Time to get ready for Snoflinga in Butte starting January 20th! Earlier this month, Tommy O. and Jasmine of Townsquare Media provided information on our websites about the many events planned for three solid days of winter fun! Now that it's crunch time let's revisit the itinerary! To get things off to a great start, Snoflinga's Open Ceremony will get underway this Friday from 5 pm to 9 pm at the Butte High Altitude Skating Center (34 Olympic Way). From there, it's a winter wonderland of top-notch events this Saturday and Sunday (January 21st and 22nd). (See Below)
Open House this Thursday in Butte is a True Gem
Open House this Thursday in Butte is a True Gem
The story behind the Harmon Collection featured at Montana Tech's Mineral Museum this Thursday can best be told by the man behind the collection himself, Tom Harmon. In his book, The River Runs North, Harmon tells the story of his fascination for Montana moss agate from when he was a young boy. The River Runs North is available as a paperback on Amazon and can be viewed HERE. So, treat yourself to a beautiful collection of Montana moss agates and the Mineral Museum's entire mineral collection on the Montana Tech Campus this Thursday. Admission is free, with a cash bar and light snacks available!
Butte's Chinese New Year Parade is Coming
Butte's Chinese New Year Parade is Coming
Described as the shortest, loudest, and coldest parade in Montana, the annual Chinese New Year Parade is set to make its mark in Butte on Saturday, January 28th! The Mai Wah Society has been hosting this event for many years and is excited to continue the tradition with the Year of the Rabbit as the focus. The parade route begins at 3 pm in front of the Butte-Silverbow Courthouse (155 W. Granite) and will head east on Granite. The Butte High History Club has their work cut out for them as they will once again serve as dragon dancers during the Chinese New Year Parade in Uptown Butte. This is a hands-on event, so bystanders are encouraged to follow the dragon throughout the parade. If you'd rather sit back and observe the parade, that is highly encouraged, too. The Mai Wah Society (17 W. Mercury) will also host a reception following the parade. Chinese New Year Parade, Mai Wah Society, Butte, Festivities, Year of the Rabbit, Dragon, Speaking Engagement , Chinese New Year Parade

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