Box Office Hours: M-F: Noon-7:30pm
Weekends: 2:00pm - 7:30pm


You belong at The Myrna Loy

The Myrna Loy mission is to engage our community— enrich, educate, entertain and empower—through the arts.

Wherever you are— at school, in business, at an eldercare home, on a date, in a mid-evening slump by yourself— you can find something here to inspire your spirit.

Concerts, films, art exhibits, arts education experiences, community events, collaborations–it’s all here, at your community-fired culture center.

And you belong at the center of it!

Learn more about the History of The Myrna Loy

Art builds community.

Join up. Come alive. Be inspired. Inspire others.

Become a member of The Myrna Loy, and part of the creative force that inspires the Helena region.

The Myrna Loy inhabits the unceded traditional lands of the Blackfeet, Salish, Apsaalooke, and other Indigenous groups. In all our work we honor these communities, past, present and future.

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It’s not all back-bending labor. Volunteering is a lot of fun!

Usher at a concert. Distribute posters. Garden & landscape! Help plan events. Be a social media ambassador. Lots of ways to pitch in, all of them meaningful. Most of them fun.

Email Janet at: [email protected] for more information.

(Even the PAL students, pictured here, had fun replacing our Pub floor a while ago. Thanks, PAL!)

The Myrna Loy Board of Directors

Board President: Kirby Lambert – Historian (retired)

Vice-President: Justin Ringsak – Nature Conservancy

Treasurer: Ethan Kohoutek – Ten Mile Brewing Co.

Secretary: Claire Pichette – Helena High School

Jason Burnett – Archie Bray Foundation

Kaci Cech – Opportunity Bank

John Finn – Lewis & Clark Public Library

Ari Laskin – Helena College of the University of Montana

Jason O’Neil – The Sidecar

Tara Palmer – Helena Home Team

Tara Rice – Parsons, Behle & Latimer



support from the Montana Cultural Trust

We are funded in part by coal severance taxes paid based upon coal mined in Montana and deposited in Montana’s cultural and aesthetic projects trust fund.




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