Articles written by jenny rohrer

Sorted by date  Results 26 - 34 of 34

Page Up

  • Applications open for AAI Student Arts Scholarships

    Jenny Rohrer, Alpine Artisans Inc. Program Director|Mar 4, 2021

    Life may now seem turned upside down by the coronavirus and recent school closure and event cancellations but Alpine Artisans would like to encourage parents and high school seniors to think positive. We're beginning to see the light at the end of the 'Coronavirus pandemic tunnel' and Alpine Artisans (AAI) encourages parents and high school students to consider the grants and scholarships we offer. Does your K-12 student want to attend lessons or a summer camp in music, drama or any of the...

  • Tour of the Arts returns to the valley Oct. 10 and Oct. 11

    Jenny Rohrer, Alpine Artisans Inc. Program Director|Oct 1, 2020

    Alpine Artisans' popular Tour of the Arts returns for its 17th year with one new studio, three new galleries and the Blackfoot Pathways International Sculpture Park joining the dazzling mix of over 25 artists at work in their studios, galleries and museums scattered throughout the Seeley Lake and the Blackfoot Valleys. Held Oct. 10-11 to capture the height of the colorful yellow and golden Western Larch, the Tour will also kickoff Friday afternoon with two watercolor workshops at the Tamaracks...

  • Open Book Club presents memoir authors

    Jenny Rohrer, AAI Program Manager|Jan 9, 2020

    SEELEY LAKE - Alpine Artisans' Open Book Club kicks off the new year with the presentation of an exciting collection of short stories from over 41 Montana women, titled "We Leave the Flowers Where They Are," Saturday, Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Grizzly Claw Trading Company in Seeley Lake. This remarkable collection was edited and curated by longtime memoir instructor and novelist Richard Fifield. Three of the anthology's contributors will be present to read and comment on their experience, along...

  • Pete Fromm returns to Open Book Club

    Jenny Rohrer, Alpine Artisans, Inc. Program Director|Oct 24, 2019

    SEELEY LAKE - Many of us have been introduced to author Pete Fromm by reading his humorous books about life in the wilderness, such as "Indian Creek Chronicles or The Names of the Stars: A Life in the Wilds." Yet, many of Fromm's novels explore interior life as well. Novels like "If Not for This" might begin on the Snake River in Idaho, but rapidly evolve into the challenges of marriage, family and tragedy. This is vividly true of his newest novel, "A Job You Mostly Won't Know How to Do."...

  • AAI Open Book Club presents "Grinnell: America's Environmental Pioneer and His Restless Drive to Save the West"

    Jenny Rohrer, Alpine Artisans, Inc. Program Director|Oct 3, 2019

    Remember your first glimpse of Glacier National Park or your initial trip to Yellowstone National Park? Livingston author John Taliaferro's encompassing biography of George Bird Grinnell enables the reader to relive those moments as he thoroughly documents the life of one of our country's greatest conservationists, George Bird Grinnell titled "Grinnell: America's Environmental Pioneer and His Restless Drive to Save the West." Taliaferro will be reading and signing his book at the Open Book Club...

  • "Walking Out" - A hunting survival story to be screened this weekend

    Jenny Rohrer, Alpine Artisans Program Director|Oct 11, 2018

    Beautifully filmed in Montana's Paradise Valley, the Sundance Film Festival hit "Walking Out" will provide a thrilling evening to hunters and back country enthusiasts alike. The powerfully-acted plot revolves around a hunting trip in a remote, snow-filled valley taken by a father and his 14-year old son, who have been estranged. The son, David (Josh Wiggins), lives with his mother in Texas but comes to Montana once a year to spend time with his roughneck father Cal (Matt Bomer). David would rath...

  • Movie Night features "Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story"

    Jenny Rohrer, Alpine Artisans, Inc.|Oct 12, 2017

    SEELEY LAKE - Movie night during the Tour of the Arts weekend features two free showings of "Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story" (84 minutes, PG) Friday, Oct. 13 at the Lincoln Community Hall and Saturday, Oct. 14 at the Seeley Lake Community Hall both at 7 p.m. "Charged" was created by the same Bozeman filmmakers that brought us last year's Tour of the Arts film, "Unbranded" director Phillip Baribeau and producer Dennis Aig. The film begins when Eduardo Garcia, a Bozeman outdoorsman and chef,...

  • Tour of the Arts is a Visual Feast

    Jenny Rohrer, Program Director, Alpine Artisans, Inc.|Oct 6, 2016

    Alpine Artisans' Tour of the Arts once again offers a feast for the eyes – featuring the artwork of more than 25 artists in four studios, three historical museums and two galleries from Condon through Seeley Lake to Ovando. Driving this free, self-guided tour Oct. 8 and 9, takes you through miles of Tamaracks in full color to enjoy the latest work created by our local artists. There will also be the screening of the documentary "Unbranded" Saturday evening, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Seeley Lake C...

  • Rural Montana Deserves a Winner – Vote Marx

    Jenny Rohrer, Swan Valley, Mont.|Sep 22, 2016

    I am writing on behalf of rural Montana voters in the sparsely populated, rural House District 92 which runs from East Missoula to Condon. We are eager to have to have a strong voice in Montana’s state house. We deserve the best candidate with the experience, knowledge and heart that can take our concerns to Helena. That candidate, hands down, is Addrien Marx. Addrien Marx knows what rural Montana deserves. She recognizes the importance of jobs with good pay in our small communities. As a small business owner in Seeley Lake for three d...