View upcoming events below. Gulch Distillers regularly hosts Community Cocktail nights to support local nonprofits. We also offer the occasional class on how to make your own craft cocktails. Interested in celebrating a special occasion in our tasting room? Contact us to discuss availability. With a two cocktail limit, we’re also a perfect venue for work sponsored events!
We are a “by the skaters, for the skaters” grassroots, female-managed, non-profit, athletic organization. Our main goal is to inspire women, young and old, to form healthy body image, live active lifestyles, and gain empowerment through learning the sport of roller derby in a safe and supportive environment. We are committed to our community by skating local, buying local, and supporting local business and community organizations. Above all, we are mothers, grandmothers, daughters, wives, and friends, and the passions we bring from these areas of our lives will make us sisters in derby.
Hel’z Belles is committed to keeping roller derby alive and well in the Helena community by recruiting new skaters, refs, and fans. We also hope to be healthy and positive role models in our community.
We are the only roller derby league in Helena! Four times a year we host Helena’s only roller derby bouts against teams from all over Montana. Our league focuses on empowering Helena women to become strong confident athletes. We also like providing fans a great show at our bouts!
The Friends of the Missouri Breaks Monument is a Helena-based 501(c)(3) non-profit established in 2001 to support the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument – where the wild and scenic Missouri River flows through nearly half-a-million acres of central Montana prairies and badlands. Our mission is to protect and preserve the Monument by educating the public, advocating for responsible access and environmentally responsible uses, and to support groups and agencies that protect and restore the Monument.
The Friends work with the Bureau of Land Management to create meaningful stewardship and volunteer events that directly benefit the Monument, and thus all who recreate on it. The Monument stretches from the town of Fort Benton all the way to the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, following a 150-mile stretch of the Missouri River and 375,000 acres of public land. Every year, we organize and oversee volunteer events such as cottonwood cuttings, plantings, and waterings as well as river-cleanups, ultimately geared toward protecting and preserving the Monument’s wild features.
Rich in ecological and cultural history, the Monument is a prime destination for outdoor recreational activities, including hiking, fishing, hunting, camping, and boating. However, few Montanans are aware of all the Monument has to offer. We believe that every Montanan deserves to know about and visit one of Montana’s national treasures. We provide information about how to recreate on the Monument safely and responsibly, and encourage everyone to help be a steward of one of Montana’s most protected areas of land.
We assist survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking with a broad variety of emergency and transitional support services.
We aim to help victims of abuse break the cycle and live lives free from violence. We also educate our community members about these social problems with the hope of preventing them in future generations.
Queen City Ballet Company’s purpose is to stimulate and promote many forms of artistic dance at a professional level. QCBC seeks opportunities for community outreach and education including granting scholarships to attend workshops, providing demonstrations, performances, programs for the community and purchasing tickets to performances for underprivileged and financially handicapped families.