It's hard to believe it is already Thanksgiving week! Are you ready? Here are a few Bozeman Thanksgiving traditions to get you in the spirit and some tips for the holiday week.
11th Annual Huffing For StuffingThis wonderful Bozeman tradition will be Thanksgiving morning beginning at 8 am with the kids' run (if you never have attended this event, definitely go see these cute kidsrace down to the finish line). The event proceeds benefit the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. It is a fun, family orien... read more
It is that time of year again. Time for the greatest athletic rivalry in our state and one of the longest in the nation... This Saturday will be the 117th meeting of Cat/Griz. It all began November 26, 1897 (making it the 31st oldest in NCAA Division 1 and the 11th oldest west of the Mississippi River) when the two teams played in Bozeman for the first time. Since then it has come to be a Montana football tradition. To date the Griz lead in victories 72 to 38 (5 ties) BUT that margin is mu... read more
You’ve seen the ad in The Chronicle, and now you’re ready to dig into what this Bozeman house really has to offer. Here are some things that often get overlooked by the wall color and carpet that we think are very important for you to pay attention to at an open house!
1. THE NEIGHBORHOOD
The neighborhood is DEFINITELY something you want to pay attention to at an open house. Look around. What is going on in the neighborhood? What do the surrounding homes and yards look like?&nbs... read more
Bozeman’s market is always changing and frequently unpredictable. Here are some interesting facts that currently hold true in Bozeman city limits that may interest you!
THERE ARE OVER 700 REAL ESTATE AGENTS IN THE BOZEMAN AREA! As of September of this year there were 913 realtors in the Bozeman area! Considering our population is only 45,250 (as of 2016) that is quite a few! It is hard to know where to start with realtors, so ask around and stop into our office to meet a few! If ... read more
The snow has started to fall, therefore it is officially the beginning of ski season in Bozeman! But what if you aren’t a skier? There are still PLENTY of things to do in the winter in Bozeman. Check these things off your Bozeman winter bucket list this year!
#1. COFFEE AND PIE AT THE COFFEE POT BAKERY CAFE
If you haven’t been to the Coffee Pot Bakery in Four Corners yet, it is a MUST! Not only do they have adorable and amazing pottery by local craftsman, but they also have AM... read more