If you aren’t one of the many who helped boost the visitor numbers this year at Glacier National Park, there’s a good chance you haven’t had the chance to catch musician and poet Jack Gladstone in action.
Gladstone, a park summer staple, is described as a “cultural bridge builder” who specializes in multimedia presentations on American Indian myth, legends and history. To celebrate the park’s centennial celebration, Gladstone is teaming up with Dave Griffith for a concert on Sept. 5 at the Bigfork Museum of Art and History at 7 p.m.
The concert coincides with the Glacier National Park Centennial art show, “The Art of Preservation,” which makes Bigfork the first of 14 stops across the state, running from Sept. 5 through Sept. 26.
There is an opening reception for the art show at 5 p.m. up until the concert begins at 7 p.m.
Gladstone puts on a pretty entertaining show, definitely a family-friendly event. Tickets are $15 a piece, and available at www.bigforktheater.org.
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