The Montana Scene Adventures
Posted on August 29 2019
Labor Day, created by the labor movement in the late 19th century, became a federal holiday in 1894. Labor Day Weekend for many of us means the end of summer and for many more, the beginning of a new school year. Thankfully, the weekend is a cause to celebrate all the contributions and achievements of American workers. For Montana, this means a weekend full of parades, rodeos, concerts, and more. We’ve included several events you can attend to celebrate the holiday!
Posted on August 23 2019
Did you know that 94 percent of teachers spend their own money on school supplies? And, according to a survey done by The New York Times, on average, school teachers pay at least $479 of their own money over a two-year span. Seven percent spend more than $1,000. Even then, the cost may not include decorations.
On Tuesday, August 13th, The Montana scene hosted their inaugural, Free School Supplies for Teachers.
Posted on August 20 2019
This year for one week, from August 22nd - 28th, a portion of our online profits will be going towards the Flathead School Snack Program.
The Flathead School Snack Program was started in 2017 by parent Molly Thibert and her friends when they noticed a need after the Flathead County Schools were shut down for safety issues.
Posted on August 19 2019
This week's Employee Chronicles will feature our Director of Operations and Management, Kimberly Weaver and our Warehouse Assistant, Alanis Stallknecht. Weaver is constantly behind the scenes creating many of the designs you see on our clothes, as well as all our social media posts (and much, much more). Stallknecht not only assists in the warehouse but also writes for The Montana Scene blog and The Montana Scene Business Journal.
Posted on August 09 2019
I know. I know. Who wants to hear that summer is dwindling to its end? Yet, here we are and it’s August. Soon, plenty of you will be off to school and the rest will continue their regular work schedule. Even though the end of summer is creeping upon us, that’s no excuse to stop the fun. Listed are at least five activities you can still do before the end of summer.
Posted on August 02 2019
If you’re looking for a relaxing weekend full of fishing, camping, and boating, and plan to be far away from the hustle and bustle of any larger town in Montana, Hell Creek State Park might be your go-to park. A 25 mile drive on a gravel, possibly washed out road, will lead you to the southside of Fort Peck Lake. Stay for a night, a weekend, or an entire week if you’re searching for seclusion.
Posted on July 23 2019
“Oh my gosh! You live in a camper year-round? And just travel from one place to the next? That is literally my dream!” says everyone I’ve ever told about us living in a camper. And let me tell you what, it is a dream come true; from seeing new places, to having all of our belongings travel with us no matter what, to meeting amazing people.
Posted on July 19 2019
Welcome, once again, to The Montana Scene’s Employee Chronicles. This time around, we will feature our Bozeman Manager, Sari Feenstra, who is unbelievably kind and hardworking. As well, we are featuring one of our sales associates and dedicated employee, Maddie Cunningham, who has been working for The Montana Scene in Missoula since its opening. Continue reading and you’ll realize just how awesome The Montana Scene team is.
Posted on July 11 2019
Now that the Fourth of July is over, you might be thinking, what now? No worries, there’s plenty of events left to enjoy in Montana this summer. Here’s a list of events scattered across Montana, as well as events close to The Montana Scene locations.
Posted on July 03 2019
No matter the size of the town in Montana, you can always find a Fourth of July celebration. That celebration can either be a firework show, a rodeo, a parade, or perhaps a picnic available to the entire town. Although a quick Google search for “Fourth of July events in Montana,” will list each and every available event, here are a few we suggest attending.
Posted on June 28 2019
Some of Montana's best features are the hiking trails. These trails, full of fresh mountain air, crystal clear lakes, and an abundance of wildflowers are tourist and locals favorite free time activity. Roughly 3.3. Million people visit Glacier National Park each year and if you’re one of many, we would like to prepare you with five essentials to fit in your daypack; besides plenty of water and food, of course.
Posted on June 21 2019
Welcome back to our Employee Chronicles! We are thrilled to introduce you to more of our employees who help The Montana Scene thrive on a daily basis. Read on to learn more about the women who work tirelessly to give you the customer service you deserve here at The Montana Scene.
Posted on June 17 2019