Get ready for some fun at the Butte Elks this weekend as a full schedule of events is planned.


 The popular Singo (think bingo, but with music) will get underway tonight at 6:30pm, but feel free to stop up for a cocktail as the doors will open at 5pm.  Singo will set you back $5 per card and you must be 18 years or older to play, 21 or older to imbibe at the bar.


There will be lots of music Friday night with a DJ Dance Party hosted by the Butte Business Network starting at 6pm.  All styles of music will be played but there will be an emphasis on East Coast Swing and a free lesson will even be offered at 5:30pm.  There will be a potluck and admission is $15 per person.  The party will continue even after DJ Lela shuts down as local band High Ore Road will perform.  HOR does not know anything in the style of East Coast Swing, but then again, HOR doesn't really know any of the songs they are playing.

Photo: Canva;Tommy O/Townsquare Media

Photo: Canva;Tommy O/Townsquare Media


Bring your appetite on Saturday for a fundraiser buffet-style breakfast from 9am until noon.  You will want to get there early because a pair of guest speakers will be featured with Community Enrichment Manager Cindy Winston talking about the upcoming Alley Rally program, and Carmella Gross, owner of the Petunia Factory, talking about their contributions to Butte-ification.  The buffet will include sausage, bacon, hashbrowns, French Toast and scrambled eggs and this "special edition" breakfast will also feature fruit crepes and biscuits and gravy.  Breakfast is $15 for one, $25 for a pair and there is no charge for those 10 and under.  You must RSVP for this breakfast by calling (406) 498-7213.

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