Upcoming Events from KBMF and Friends

Citizen Journalism Workshop – Grow Your Radio Ears

Sunday April 28th at 3pm in the Carpenters Union Hall

Narrative audio storytelling mixes art, journalism, and documentary. This workshop will introduce you to the basic building blocks of nonfiction audio storytelling – scripting, scene, character, and natural sound. How can sound add dimension and texture to a narrative? What does it look like to interview someone, and to truly listen to them – not only to their words, but to the inflection and tone of their voice, and to weave it into a story in the most effective way? How can sound elicit emotion, memory, and place? What does it mean to listen to the world around us? Participants will turn into sound collectors, embarking on an audio scavenger hunt in the city of Butte to create a sound collage of the city, learning how to listen for good tape, while also learning the basic vocabulary and formats that audio storytelling can take.

This workshop is hosted by April Resident Katie Meyers in conjunction with DEAR BUTTE AND KBMF

Mai Wah Society to Hold Traditional Chinese Tomb-Sweeping Day

The Mai Wah Society will hold a traditional Chinese Tomb Sweeping Day, known as the Qingming Festival, on Saturday, May 18, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. at Mount Moriah Cemetery (Section R). The Mai Wah welcomes community members to join in the celebration.

The Silver Dollar Saloon

Open Mic Night Every Wednesday at 9pm

Roller Derby

April 20th at 6pm – Butte Civic Center

The Motherlode Theate

Sat April 27th – Butte Symphony: Trills and Thrills Series

May 1st – ABBA Tribute

May 18th – Underground Comedy Series – Vishal Kal

May 18th – Willie and the Wild West

The Clark Chateau

Thursday’s at 4pm – Young Creators

Friday’s at 3pm – High School Arts Time

Covellite Theater Events

Drink & Draw – Every First Wednesday of the Month – Hosted by Kari Workman

Open Mic – Every Tuesday – 6pm

Movie Night – Every Wednesday – Movie starts at 7pm

April 25th- Indre w/ FkinWow & The Western States (pop punk) 

World Premiere of “The Bodies Beneath Us”
Saturday, April 27th, 2024 –
Doors 6:30 pm | Showing 7:00 pm
An independent documentary about who we remember, who we forget, and why, “The Bodies Beneath Us” is a documentary that asks why Missoula’s Rattlesnake neighborhood came to be built on t op of hundreds of unmarked graves.

May 10th – Sean Eamon Album Release with Christy Hays

Biennial Quilt Show

May 10 (10-6) & 11 (10-3) at the Mile High Event Center (South Entrance) 4600 Harrison Ave.