We could not be more excited to bring back our annual Miracle at Midtown after missing last year! Here you will find all the details for this free community event, as well as other Thanksgiving meals going on in Bozeman this year.
Thursday, November 25th, 12:00 - 3:00 p.m
Bozeman Real Estate Group and Bourbon BBQ are hosting a FREE Thanksgiving meal open to all members of the community. The traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be served from 12:00-3:00 p.m on Thanksgiving Day. All are welcome! Call 406-587-1717 with any questions.
Thursday, November 25th, 1:30 - 4:30 p.m
Fork and Spoon, Bozeman's pay-what-you-can restaurant will be hosting a full Thanksgiving meal again this year. Their dining room will be open and will also have carry-out available. The menu includes turkey with gravy, roasted garlic and rosemary mashed potatoes, apple sage stuffing, roasted veggies, cranberry sauce, dinner roll, and pie. Yum!
Thursday, November 25th starting 10:00 a.m - noon
The Salvation Army will be delivering Fork and Spoon Thanksgiving meals to those that are homebound or elderly. If you would like to be added to the list, please contact the Salvation Army at 406-586-5813. If you are interested in volunteering with this, please give them a call or sign up on their volunteer page.
Thursday, November 25th 12:00 pm until they run out!
Taco Montes will be hosting their 6th annual Turkey Montes! They will be providing a home-cooked meal, free of charge to anyone in the community.
The Gallatin Valley Food Bank is giving away Thanksgiving boxes with all the ingredients you need for a traditional Thanksgiving meal. There are no income restrictions, anyone who needs a box can get one. Call 406-586-7600 or visit their website to sign up! There will be three locations to pick up the boxes on November 21st and 22nd in Belgrade and Bozeman.
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