Bigfork’s Monthly Open Stage

First Open Stage at Max’s Market, 8/27/19

By Catherine Haug (photo, above, courtesy of Thom Harris)

Have a great dinner (see info below), be entertained by local musicians, comedians, poets, writers, readers – or others just passing through – and get to know members of our community all at the same time!

Contact Cat to get on our email list (for date or location updates):cats email

August 28, 2019 update:

Max’s Market

  • New venue: Max’s Market Community Room on Tuesday, Aug 27, 6PM – 9 PM was a great success. See below for contact information. The “Community Room” is on the left side of the photo, above (from their Facebook page).
  • Date and time: Always on the last Tuesday of each month. 6PM – 9 PM (at least through the winter and early spring when it gets dark early)
  • Location: 125 Village Lane, Bigfork MT, across from Rosa’s Pizza and Burger Town, just north of the turn-off to Wayfarer’s Park (see map, below);
  • MC: contact Maggie M if you’d like to sign-up to perform. For her contact information, contact Cat (see ESP’s contact page for Cat’s email) .
  • Event DatesLast Tuesday of each month, throughout the year (unless notified otherwise, in advance).
  • New Hours: 6 PM – 8 PM, beginning with the Sept 24, 2019 event, at least through the months when it gets dark early.
  • The event is FREE, but donations to Max’s Market are welcome ($5 is recommended)!
  • Deadline to sign-up to perform is the Sunday before the event (2-days prior)
  • Dinner: Beginning with the Sept 24 event, Max’s Market will be offering dinner, with a vegetarian and non-vegetarian option. All those on our email list will receive the dinner options in advance, so you can reserve your choice. Please reserve by the Sunday before the event (2-days prior). Note that Max’s market is closed on Mondays.
  • Snacks are also available for purchase.
  • Beverages: They now offer beer and wine, in addition to non-alcoholic beverages.

Max’s Market Contact Information

Stay tuned for updates!

Clementine’s Open Stage performers

(Photo, above, courtesy of Thom Harris)

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