does montana have any culture?

Asked by Linda, Big Sky, MT Sun Jun 3, 2012

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Mark Meissner, Agent, Bozeman, MT
Sun Jun 3, 2012
Hi Linda,

Great question. I presume you have not spent too much time in the area. In addition to unparalleled recreational opportunities, Montana is a place full of culture, and all of the different towns offer their own special flavor. Bozeman, which is about an hour from Big Sky is teeming with different cultural opportunities. I'm sure you'd find aspects of it that you'd enjoy. There is a university there of about 13,000 or so students that come from all over the country and the globe. Check out these local websites to see more of the opportunities. There is a fantastic video on the first link.

http://thisisbozeman.com/detail/welcome-to-thisisbozemancom/
http://www.bozemanchamber.com/

Feel free to email me if you have any specific questions or certain things you're looking for. Thanks Linda, and we hope to see you in Montana soon!

Mark Meissner
Sales Associate
ERA Landmark
(406) 570-9576
mark@eralandmark.com
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Suzanne Baker, Agent, Mammoth, CA
Thu Feb 14, 2013
I think Montana is a culture! A beautiful one based on natural beauty, small population and good quality of life and unlimited recreational activities.
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Scammed Buyer, Home Owner, Scottsdale, AZ
Thu Feb 14, 2013
No opera, no large art museums like Boston and NYC. Let's not twist people's arms to go to a rural area that is based on outdoor activities, farmer's markets and animals. Less people, less traffic, less crime, and yes boring to many people who need external noise to not be bored in their own mind. They won't do well without a TV set, traffic and a busy city life. I can live without the Met in order to have quietude.
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Yes Montana does, especially Bozeman
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Stay bitter in Scottsdale
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Annette Law…, Agent, Palm Harbor, FL
Thu Jul 12, 2012
Linda, Every place has culture. From the clans in W.Va to the 3F's of Alaska, every place has it culture and it thing. But that is not what you are asking is it?
What you are asking is, "Does Montana have "Linda's culture?"
Most likely not. And that's a good thing! Why?
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Happy people, you will find, bring their happiness with them. They adapt to the location in which they find themselves. They celebrate all that they find. They become a part of the environment which surrounds them. Without such agility, without this permission to celebrate, happiness becomes exclusively dependent on a conforming environment. That is temporal happiness at its very worst.
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If you are going to Montana, be prepared for a new way of living. Then get ready to CELEBRATE!

Wishing you the very best in life experience,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group, Palm Harbor, FL
727. 420. 4041 -
http://www.RealEstateMadeEZ.us
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Karen Davids, , Big Sky, MT
Thu Jul 12, 2012
Hello Linda,
Why just last night we had our first Farmers Market & it was fantastic. The Hutterites were there with wonderful frozen organic chickens, fresh vegetables & homemade bread, take the time to chat with these amazing people & you'll find some culture.
Tonight is our first of the summer FREE concert located in the Town Center. The B-Side Players open our season & it should be awesome. Later in the summer we have classical music coming.

I am a long time resident with lots of history in Big Sky & love to share it. Give a call if you care to 406-580-5700 or drop a note karen@bigskyrealestate.com
Karen Davids
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