Sep
23
5:30 pm17:30

Where the Wild Things Were

CALL to ARTISTS and SPEAKERS

On Saturday, September 23rd we will be hosting an art show and farm to table dinner with the Emerson Grill--a gathering to celebrate, protect and explore our sacred connection to wildlife. If you would like to showcase your art or share your passion and expertise on wildlife related issues, please email Mariah at info@shopwildergoods.com by July 31st.


Jul
22
11:00 am11:00

Sister Shop Popup

We invite you to join us for a gathering of friendly folks, inspired shopping and refreshments. If you love the offerings at Wilder Goods, you will also love our 'sister shop' Windy Peak Vintage. Windy Peak is an online shop with a retail location in Livingston, Montana, specializing in unique vintage clothing & handcrafted goods, thoughtfully curated and ethically gathered. Come share in our joy of finding and sharing beautiful things!

Jul
11
1:00 pm13:00

Tarot Readings with Charissa Crayton

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Tarot Readings with Charissa Crayton every Tuesday from 1-3pm in the Wilder Goods Art Gallery.

Charissa has been exploring tarot for herself and close friends for 11 years, as a means of self reflection and spiritual direction. The more she shared with people the more she realized that there are a great many of us who struggle to know ourselves and seek answers outside of ourselves. 

Charissa's intention is to help you understand your goals and desires, frustrations and suffering, and put them in a present context allowing you to understand your situation from a new perspective and find the best ways forward. Her readings are not intended to be fortune telling, rather a conversation, filled with honesty, insights and revelations. The future is up to you and when you understand your position clearly and from a place of balance you can affect real change. 

Charissa balances her Tarot practice with a morning meditation, a curiosity and exploration of dream life, meaningful conversations with friends and lots of coffee.

1hr sessions for $40. 

Sign up online, here.

Jul
11
11:00 am11:00

Vintage Buying

We are currently buying vintage clothing for spring and summer. We are looking for 60's - 80's era clothing — natural fabrics; denim (wrangler's and levi's), light cotton dresses and tops, linen, light sweaters. Excellent condition only please. Our buying hours are Tuesdays 11-1pm. 

Jun
16
6:00 pm18:00

Whipped Cookie Painting Workshop

Join pastry artist Jasmine Lilly of Whipped, for a unique painting workshop where you'll discover the tricks and techniques to create one-of-a-kind watercolor style painted cookies inspired by the majesty of Montana summers. 

$50 admission - includes 4 cookies to paint, recipe booklet, delicious bites and refreshments. 

Purchase tickets here

Apr
29
9:00 am09:00

Sister Shop Pop-up

Photo by: Lauren Lipscomb and Windy Peak Vintage

Photo by: Lauren Lipscomb and Windy Peak Vintage

We're so excited to have our 'sister shops' Windy Peak Vintage, Shiny Penny Vintage and Milk and Roses, join us for a pop-up market. Windy Peak is an online shop with a retail location in Livingston, Montana, specializing in unique vintage clothing & handcrafted goods, thoughtfully curated and ethically gathered. Shiny Penny Vintage is Jasmine Lilly, one of the creators of the Bozeman Flea. Her one-of-a-kind style and thrill of the hunt, always produce a collection that's thoughtfully curated and full of surprises. Milk and Roses will be sharing her small intimate jewelry without too much flash or fuss, with plenty of magic and meaning. Drinks and snacks and good people all around. 

Apr
23
3:00 pm15:00

Indigo and Shibori Workshop

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Indigo and Shibori Workshop with fiber artist Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis. Alayna is a  a textile artist and designer who works with natural fibers and plant dyes in her art practice as well as her collection of one of a kind clothing.  She is building an off-the-grid studio outside of Helena, MT that will be the future home of Hi-Altitude Center for Textiles.  Trained through a residency at the Textile Art Center in Brooklyn, NY, Alayna has a breadth of knowledge in weaving, quilting, screenprinting, and dyeing. 

In this 3.5 hour workshop we will learn two methods to make an organic, chemical-free, indigo dye vat.  While the vat develops, we will explore different folding (Kumo), binding (Itajime), and wrapping (Arashi) methods of creating a resist on fabric - and then we will dye everything blue! 

Sign up now to reserve your spot! Space is limited. 

Mar
28
6:30 pm18:30

A Season of Predators Film and Reception

  • Emerson Center for Arts and Culture

The Defenders of Wildlife present 'A Season of Predators' Defenders of Wildlife, along with the Blackfoot Challenge, is excited to host a special screening of A Season of Predators by AlpenglowPress Productions. This powerful documentary explores the history of human-predator conflict in the Northern Rockies and looks at creative approaches that landowners and conservation groups can take to promote conflict avoidance.

Following the film, there will be a panel discussion and Q&A featuring local ranchers and experts from Defenders of Wildlife, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Blackfoot Challenge. 

Please note, doors open at 6:30 pm and the event will begin at 7:00 pm. Seating is limited and event entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis. However, we appreciate your RSVP so we know we can count on you to be there!

Following the panel discussion, please join us at Wilder Goods for drinks, food and further discussion. 

Oct
21
5:00 pm17:00

Wild Within Art Show

A contemporary art show and gathering to express our love and concern for wildlife. Local artists will share interpretations of their connection to the wild. A portion of the proceeds will go towards wildlife protection. Advocacy groups will be present to share their work. Refreshments provided. 

If you are an artist interesting in showing your wildlife focused work, please email us info@shopwildergoods.com.