Every year the Brawl of The Wild is arguably the biggest Montana tradition, but what about the folks who aren't football fans? We haven't forgotten about you. This weekend Missoula's music, arts, and health scene is buzzing as always.

Living in Griz Country can be a bit overwhelming if you aren't a football fan. Every weekend in the Fall the whole town is a sea of maroon and silver. Every street corner, every grocery store, and every bar and restaurant. We're a small drinking town with a football problem. If that's not your bag, let's get you out this weekend starting with some live music choices.

Cash For Junkers at The Union Club

Karaoke and Bowling at Westside Lanes

DJ Kris Moon at the Badlander

Funksgiving at the Wilma

Maybe you want to get the blood moving with a little dancing , ice skating or yoga? Missoula has you covered!

Salsa and Dance Lessons at the Darkhorse

Yoga workashops at Headwaters Hot Yoga

Adult Skate at Glacier Ice Rink

Don't think we've forgot about the little ones. Missoula is such an awesome community when it comes to educational and fun events for childern. A real big, quick thanks to the Missoula Public Library for providing a safe and creative area for the youth to learn and have fun.

Family Fun Time at Mismo Gymnastics

Lego Club at the Missoula Public Library

Dungeons and Dragons Guild at the Missoula Public Library

While Missoula might live and die by Griz football, we know there are many folks and even kids out there that prefer something a little different. We've got you covered, but we also have to throw in a really big GO GRIZ!

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