Things to do: Dolce Canto, WildWalk, Jazzoula

Cory Walsh

Here’s a quick guide to some upcoming arts and cultural events happening around Missoula.

Wildlife Film Festival and the WildWalk

(April 23-30 in person, May 1-7 virtual)

The 45th annual International Wildlife Film Festival is back and in-person, with more than 70 films from around the world that address not just wildlife, but the changing landscape and what humans can do. (The theme is “resilience.”)

To see the full lineup, head to wildlifefilms.org or see last week’s preview.

And don’t forget, this Saturday, the 30th annual WildWalk Parade and WildFest are back for the first time in two years. Community members and groups will gather at First Interstate Bank on Higgins Avenue starting at 10:30 a.m. (Anyone who dresses up is invited.) Then at 11 they’ll head north to the red XXXXs for the WildFest, with performances at noon, plus food trucks and live music from 1-2 p.m. by Transcendental Express.

People are also reading… Dolce Canto’s ‘Tributaries’

(Saturday, April 23)

The city’s auditioned vocal ensemble is returning for a spring concert, “Tributaries.”

Artistic director Yong Mao and company will present a program inspired by nature and the changing of the seasons, with works

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