Around the Town: Helena-area arts and entertainment news published Thursday, Oct. 7

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Ten Years Gone plays classic rock, alternative, and pop dance music 7 to 10 p.m., Friday, Oct. 8, at Lewis & Clark Brewing.

Photo provided Kids and familiesExuberant audiences love Kid Flicks

Fun, high quality short films for kids 5 and up hit the big screen at The Myrna Loy for two days, Friday, Oct. 15, and Saturday, Oct. 16.

The New York International Children’s Film Festival offers Kid Flicks 1 for the younger crowd of 5 and up, and Kid Flicks 2 for ages 8 and up.

For the littlest kids, take “Cat Lake City,” a hilarious tale of a lovable feline’s hard-won vacation.

Or perhaps, a short documentary, “The Magic of Chess,” grabs your fancy.

And, then there’s the beautifully hand-animated tale “Boriya” about a hard worker who gets lost dawdling in the country.

NYICFF Kid Flicks Two offers the beautiful stop motion animation film, “The Coin” as well as the tale of a space traveler’s funky space van conking out on an unknown planet in “Home Away 3000.”

The NYICFF Kid Flicks were very

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