Giddy up, pardner.  The Copper Village Museum and Arts Center in Anaconda has a "rootin', tootin' good time" planned for Saturday, June 15 as the "Boots and Beauties" Daddy/Daughter Dance will be taking place from 5pm to 8pm at the Montana Hotel at 200 Main Street.  This special evening will celebrate the special bond between fathers and daughters with food, music, photos and an evening of dancing and laughter.

The dress code is "their best cowboy hats, jeans and boots" for Dads, and daughters are asked to wear their prettiest Western dresses or cowgirl outfits for what is sure to be an evening filled with fun.  Delicious food and beverages are included with your ticket purchase and a photo booth will be available to create cherished memories.  Tickets are $15 per couple and $5 per additional guest as Grandpas, Uncles or other special friends are welcome to enjoy the evening as well.  A DJ will be spinning the tunes that will keep you on the dance floor.

Reservations are recommended but not required.  You can make yours by sending an email to Emily Skladany at or you can purchase your tickets online.

The Copper Village Museum and Arts Center is located at 401 E. Commercial and has many fun events planned for the summer such as the Smelterman's Art Walk, Art in Washoe Park, Ladies Night Out and even an upcoming kids summer camp.  If you would like details, please call (406) 563-2422.  Considering a membership?  Your membership is tax deductible and includes admission to Art in Washoe Park.  Get full details here.

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