Big Sky Pride festivities to continue through the week

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A performer entertains the crowd Sunday at Big Sky Pride’s Drag Brunch held at Maison at Oddfellow Inn & Farm.

photo courtesy Mary Williams Nolan Lister

Big Sky Pride Week is back and underway, and organization President Kevin Hamm said there is something for everyone in the long list of events.

Festivities officially kicked off Sunday with the Drag Brunch at Maison and continues all week with everything from a comedy show to a treasure hunt.

Big Sky Pride also secured liability insurance Thursday, allowing for a suspension of open container laws in the downtown area during the Last Chance Gulch parties scheduled for Friday night and the parade set for Saturday at 11 a.m.

The parade will move south from Steamboat Block, near the Last Chance Gulch and Helena Avenue intersection, along the Last Chance Gulch to Anchor Park. It is expected to last about an hour.

Including a “Legislative Debrief” put on by Montana Human Rights Network and Montana Gender Alliance, the events throughout the week vary widely by

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