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“Train in Art: Train+Depot=Light, Energy, Motion”
Sidney    406-433-3500

exhibit represents a collaboration between Livingston artists Sheila Hrasky and Tandy Miles Riddle, plein-air artists who explore rail life and activity through colorful contemporary paintings. Also through April 29: “The Spirited Storyteller: William de la Montagne Cary’s West,” an exhibit by Lee Silliman featuring vintage wood-block engravings by Cary, a 19th century illustrator who drew upon his experiences along the Missouri River, from Fort Union to Fort Benton, as the source of his work.


“Sixteen Tons and What Do You Get? Songs and Stories of Work in America”
Sidney    406-243-6022

from “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad” to “Take This Job and Shove It,” Americans have sung about work for centuries. Bill Rossiter sings some of these songs and accompanies them on guitar, banjo and autoharp.


“Confluence” Traveling Art Show
Sidney    406-433-3500

the 38th annual juried exhibit from WaterWorks Art Museum in Miles City features works by artists across the region. The center also hosts a reading by Mondak Writers, 6 p.m. May 23; and the Mondak Historical and Art Society’s 50th birthday party, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. May 26.


Bonnie City Blues and Brews Festival
Glasgow    406-228-2222

enjoy a night of live music and great beer at the 11th annual brewfest. Performing this year are Nicholas David, an American soul singer-songwriter based in St. Paul, Minn., who was a finalist on the third season of NBC’s “The Voice,” The Voodoo Fix, Nashville-based rock band considered by some to be the funkier cousin of the Black Keys, and local band Gladys and the Undertakers.