Calling all talented members of our Native American community! All ages and levels of talent are welcome to sign up for the All Nations Health Center "N8VZ Got Talent" show to be held during Indigenous Celebration Night at the ballpark. Singers, hand drummers, rappers, comedians, dancers, magicians, we're talking to YOU! Finally, somewhere to show off how many clothespins you can snap on to your face at once.

Saturday, August 1st will be a fun filled day starting with the 2nd annual 5k Fun Run & Walk. All ages and abilities are encouraged to participate for a chance to win cash prizes! Fun Run headquarters will be at Ogren Park from 9 a.m. to noon, you can register here. Pre-registration is highly recommended.

That evening, all are welcome to come to Ogren Park for the 'N8VZ Got Talent' show starting at 7:30 p.m. Cheer on participants and enjoy a showcase of some of the many talents within our community! Tickets are FREE, all you have to do is register for up to 10 people here. Better yet, if you're brave enough to participate, all you have to do is fill out this short form. We can't wait to see your talents!

All Nations wants you to know that we take all COVID-19 precautions seriously. We are taking active steps in the planning and implementation of Indigenous Celebration Night to prioritize your personal health and the health of our community. The Missoula PaddleHeads have produced a plan for reopening the Ogren Park venue cautiously, safely, and responsibly. The materials are based on recommendations and requirements outlined in federal, state, and local guidelines in consultation with the Event Safety Alliance COVID – 19 Reopening Guide (ESA Guidelines). Please click this link to read the Missoula PaddleHeads COVID-19 Readiness Plan: