Bozeman Hot Springs recently opened three new outdoor pools and a new stage, and owners are marking the occasion Sunday, May 22 with live music, food trucks, free outdoor yoga, and reduced admission.
The grand opening festivities begin with a 10 a.m. yoga class that will take place on the new outdoor stage overlooking the recently completed pools. BHS hopes to offer yoga and Pilates classes on the stage during the summer for an outdoor fitness experience.
At noon, food from Grille 406 will arrive on scene. Throughout the summer, food trucks will be stationed at BHS on Sundays and potentially Thursdays as well.
Live music begins at 1 p.m., when Kenny and Collete Diamond bring their rock, country and soul sound to the outdoor stage. From 7-10 p.m., Groove Wax will take over with their mix of rock, country and blues.
Emily Yaggy, with Member Services at BHS, said there are plans in the works to bring kombucha and a juice truck to the facility. She’s also hoping to get a movie night rolling, where they’ll show movies like “Finding Nemo” on an outdoor projector.
Yaggy said part of BHS’s intention when they built the outdoor pools was to bring in more summer soakers during a time that’s typically been their slow season. “We have a lot of really nice lounging and sunbathing furniture coming in,” she said, adding that they opted for a Montana-themed patio, complete with fire pits and a fire wall, a low rock and cement wall with fire coming out of the top.
Staff will be giving tours of the facility throughout the day. Yaggy said they’re expecting a crowd for the grand opening. “It’s going to be a big event,” she said.
Bozeman Hot Springs is located at 81123 Gallatin Rd. Visit bozemanhotsprings.co for more information or call (406) 586-6492
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