My Vacation... Your Worst Nightmare, Mar. 11 @ the Emerson

Submitted by tmbass on Wed, 02/25/2009 - 19:19

Please join us, invite your friends and family, and share this announcement!

The Bozeman Boulders Initiative Presents: "My Best Vacation is Your Worst Nightmare"

- an evening of outdoor enthusiast fellowship, and presentations by renowned alpine athletes -

Why: to raise money for constructing and installing public rock climbing features in Bozeman parks and open spaces

When: March 11, from 6:30 to 9:00 pm

Where: Emerson Cultural Center Ballroom and Theater


· Reception with food, no host bar, and soda

· Silent auction (great gear, services and gifts from local

businesses and major manufacturers!)

· Community submitted photo slide show (submit your own

pictures to, details below)

· Professional multimedia presentations by:

Terry Kennedy, Amy Bullard, Whit Magro, and Conrad Anker

Who: all community members, families and friends

How much: $10 at door, children 12 and under free. Adults 21 and over, receive first beer free.

Ticket Outlets: Barrel Mountaineering, Northern Lights Trading Company and Spire Climbing Center

Presenting Sponsors: Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Bozeman Brewing Company, Emerson Grill and Northern Lights Trading

Thanks to:

Spire Climbing Center, Barrel Mountaineering, K2 Cafe and Deli, Black Diamond, Colombo's Pizza, Bridger Bowl, Visage Skin Care, North Face, Schnee's, Bohart Ranch, Helly Hanson, BlueWater Ropes, Indulgence Spa, Vino Tucci, Mystery Ranch, Loft Spa, Petzl, First Accent Press, Mini Mac, Lehrkind's Coca-Cola

Please RESPONSIBLY circulate this e-mail, we want to make friends not enemies!

Community Slide Show Info: during the reception, community submitted pictures will be projected on the walls. Send in your favorite 2-3 pictures of mountain adventure, family fun and scenery. Climbing, cycling, boating, fishing, skiing, suffering, smiling, sunsets, sunrises, kids, adults, dogs, flying, moon stars... all appropriate material. Send 1 - 2 MG size pictures to


Thomas Bass

Fundraising Chair

Bozeman Boulders Initiative