In Bozeman, the views are free. Getting around via bus is free. But my favorite free thing to do with guests is to tour the Gallatin Art Crossing sculptures, or better yet, send them on their own way for a couple of hours.
Love to garden and meet others who share your passion? Come to the Bozeman Public Library on Saturday April 1st starting at noon for the 2nd annual Seed Swap. But there's so much more than just a seed swap!
History buff? Love old Bozeman buildings? Then attend a meeting on May 9th at the Bozeman Public Library about the future of our Northern Pacific Railway Passenger Depot that has fallen into disrepair.
As Dr. Suesss said: “The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” Come find something to read at The Friends of the Bozeman Public Library Used Book Sale November 16th, 17th and 18th.
The Bozeman Public Library surveyed its patrons and found and overwhelming number of people would like to see the Library open on Sundays during the summer. Currently it is closed on Sundays between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Due to the survey results, library officials have made a budget request to get funding needed to make this change.