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  1. Don Your Green, It’s St. Paddy’s Day!

      Billings goes all out for St. Patrick’s Day, starting with the annual parade March 17th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. A tradition for more than 30 years, it features 100 floats, live music, marching bands, collector cars and much more. The culmination in an outdoor Celtic Fair starts the holiday weekend right with…

  2. Reserve Your Billings Table for Valentine’s Day

    Nothing compares to the wild beauty of Montana for Valentine’s Day, and Billings has some fantastic restaurants for you and your special someone. Book a table at Lilac, located at 2515 Montana Ave. The small tapas plates feature creative American cuisine, and locally-sourced ingredients are always highlighted. Try the jicama tacos, steamed clams, or share…

  3. Your Billings NYE Guide

    You don’t need to have little ones in tow to enjoy the Noon Year’s Eve event at ZooMontana. Take a walk on the wild side and enjoy a countdown to the New Year at noon. For those with children, it’s a great way to celebrate as a family while still being able to tuck the…

  4. Your Billings Holiday

    The odds of a white Christmas are very good in Billings, a place where you can enjoy the true spirit of the holidays. Join the annual Christmas Stroll through downtown on December 1 from 6 – 9 p.m. It’s been a family tradition for 24 years, and kicks off the month in collaboration with the…

  5. Billings Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving

    Billings might be an old-fashioned, family-friendly town, but there are still a handful of restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day. For many, a breakfast run to Denny’s is a tradition in itself, but the favorite chain also dishes up some tasty holiday fare. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the full menu is available as well…

  6. Boo! In Billings

    Billings boasts a variety of tricks and treats throughout October, from the MSUB Halloween Hall-Wide with a free carnival, trick or treating, cupcake walk and mini golf to the Trick or Treat at Rocky Mountain College for safe, fun trick or treating at the Anderson and Widenhouse Halls. Check out these options if you’ll be…

  7. Your Billings Fourth of July Picks

      It takes a serious fireworks show to rival the incredible skies of Montana, but Billings and nearby Laurel make a mighty try of it! It’s a full day of fun-filled family activities, with many Billings visitors heading 15 miles west to Lauren for a gathering of 30,000 patriotic revelers. The Thomson Park Parade kicks…

  8. Father’s Day at Montana Brewing Company

      Give the dad in your life a Father’s Day he’ll never forget at the Montana Brewing Company. Award-winning beer includes the Fat Belly Amber, Sandbagger Gold, Whitetail Wheat and Sharptail Pale Ale. Don’t forget the classic Custer’s Last Stout. You’ll find the perfect pint to pair with some of the best and biggest gourmet…

  9. A Billings St. Patrick’s Day

      The luck of the Irish can be found in beautiful Billings, starting with the annual parade hosted by the Downtown Billings Association in collaboration with Hooligan’s Sports Bar and Grill. The 35th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celtic Street Fair features Irish heritage clans from around the state, and it’s a full day…

  10. Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Billings

      The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend in Billings comes with many options to celebrate. A number of local organizations including the Black Heritage Foundation, Coalition for American Renewal, Service for Peace and a variety of churches are hosting social justice events throughout the month, including the January 17th Service Day at the Friendship…

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