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Red Lodge Montana

Gateway to Yellowstone Park via the beautiful Beartooth Highway. Come and experience true western hospitality in this quaint, historic, mountain town.

Nestled against Montana’s highest mountain peaks, Red Lodge is a place of extraordinary beauty and, wherever you turn, real smiles, genuine warmth and a welcoming, Western-style hospitality.

Whether you’re looking for world-class outdoor recreation, a romantic getaway for two, or family-style fun, you’ll find it here. There's plenty of accommodations, eateries and entertainment here and a lot of friendly locals who will help point you in the right direction.

Send for your FREE travel planner today... no matter what the season, make Red Lodge your destination!

What's Happening in and Around Town - (view calendar)

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
The Carbon County Historical Society and Museum presents Scottish Influence in MT History with Gary Robson
Scottish immigrants have figured heavily in the history of Montana, from the early trappers and traders through the homestead era, founding of Red L... DETAILS

The Carbon County Historical Society and Museum presents Scottish Influence in MT History with Gary Robson

Date: Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
Time: 7pm
Carbon County Historical Society & Museum
224 N Broadway , Red Lodge
Cost: There is a $2 charge for nonmembers.
Website: www.carboncountyhistory.com
Phone: 406-446-3667

 

Scottish immigrants have figured heavily in the history of Montana, from the early trappers and traders through the homestead era, founding of Red Lodge, and mining era. At this lecture, you'll hear how the Scottish diaspora triggered a flood of immigrants that found Montana a worthy replacement for the Scottish highlands.

Gary will profile influential Scottish (and Scots-Irish) figures in Montana history, introduce Scottish culture, and discuss aspects of Scottish culture that still survive in Montana today, such as Highland games and Burns suppers.

Gary Robson, owner of the new Phoenix Pearl Tea Tavern in downtown Red Lodge, is generally involved in anything Scottish that goes on in and around Carbon County. He was the Scottish director of the Red Lodge Festival of Nations for over ten years, and served two terms as president. He has emceed Scottish Highland Games, Rabbie Burns suppers, St. Andrews dinners, festivals, concerts, and more.

Most known for his children's books, his history of the Smith Mine Disaster (The Darkest Hour) and his time as the publisher/editor of the Red Lodge Local Rag, Gary has written for magazines and newspapers as well, including articles about the history of the kilt. A former computer science teacher, he has also taught about Scottish history and weaponry.

This presentation will be held at the museum located at 224 N Broadway in Red Lodge. This event is free for museum members. There is a $2 charge for nonmembers. Call 406-446-3667 for more information.
May 27th to July 2nd weather permitting
Beartooth Basin Summer Ski Area
Get stoked everyone! Beartooth Basin will OPEN this season!! May 27-July 2 are the projected dates of operation.

Open for teams, events an...
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Beartooth Basin Summer Ski Area

Date: May 27th to July 2nd weather permitting
Time: 9am to 3pm
Just 23 miles south of Red Lodge, MT on Highway 212, near the summit of the famous Beartooth Pass at
Website: www.beartoothbasin.com

 

Get stoked everyone! Beartooth Basin will OPEN this season!! May 27-July 2 are the projected dates of operation.

Open for teams, events and to the general public 9-3, daily.
10% off season passes if you purchase before May 1! More info at - www.beartoothbasin.com
Saturday, June 3rd, 2017
Founders Day at the Museum
Doors Open for a FREE Day at the museum
• Explore our new exhibits including hands-on experiences
• Help us identify unknown people in arc...
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Founders Day at the Museum

Date: Saturday, June 3rd, 2017
Time: 10am to 4pm
Carbon County Historical Society and Museum
224 N Broadway , Red Lodge
Cost: Free and open to the public
Website: www.carboncountyhistory.com
Phone: 406-446-3667

 

Doors Open for a FREE Day at the museum
• Explore our new exhibits including hands-on experiences
• Help us identify unknown people in archival photographs of Carbon County
• Learn about new programming
• Sign up for an annual membership
• Meet our new Executive Director, Sarah Russell
• Get a behind the scenes tour of the museum
• Nosh on yummy appetizers provided by Pom Italian Eatery
• Find something wonderful for yourself or friends and family in our newly revamped Mercantile Gift Shop

11AM/1PM/3PM
Wildlife Meet & Greet w/Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary
• Get a close-up encounter with one of the Sanctuary’s furry friends
• Join animal care specialists to learning about the history of their organization and care of the animals
• Check out the exhibit inside the museum about Carbon County’s history with human and wildlife interactions

12PM/2PM
Historical Walking Tour
• Join us for an enjoyable walk through Red Lodge to take in the historical sites and learn about the history of our town
June 3-11, 2017
Red Lodge Music Festival
The festival is celebrating its 53rd Anniversary this year! The oldest and most successful music festival in Montana attracts over 200 students annua... DETAILS

Red Lodge Music Festival

Date: June 3-11, 2017
Red Lodge Civic Center
Website: www.rlmf.org
Phone: (406) 252-4599

 

The festival is celebrating its 53rd Anniversary this year! The oldest and most successful music festival in Montana attracts over 200 students annually from Montana and other states, with talented faculty from universities, colleges, and symphony orchestras from across the nation. What began in 1964 as a week-long camp has expanded to a full-blown, nine-day music festival. Five evening faculty concerts, two evening student recitals, and afternoon band and orchestra performances complete a worthwhile and memorable Festival experience for student, faculty and audience.

All concerts are held at the Red Lodge Civic Center. .

For more information on other Founders
Friday, June 16th, 2017
An Evening with Conrad Anker - Fundraiser for RL Search and Rescue
Music by Tom Catmull's Last Resort. And raffle items provided by Patagonia, Mystery Ranch, Terrain Navigator and more!... DETAILS

An Evening with Conrad Anker - Fundraiser for RL Search and Rescue

Date: Friday, June 16th, 2017
Time: 7pm
Red Lodge Ales
Cost: $10 at the door, Kids under 13 free

 

Music by Tom Catmull's Last Resort. And raffle items provided by Patagonia, Mystery Ranch, Terrain Navigator and more!
June 22 - 24, 2017
Red Lodge Songwriter Festival
Join us to celebrate summer and listen to some of the countrys best songwriters in Red Lodge, Montana for the first the 2nd Annual Red Lodge Son... DETAILS

Red Lodge Songwriter Festival

Date: June 22 - 24, 2017
Downtown Red Lodge
Website: www.redlodgesongwriterfest.com

 

Join us to celebrate summer and listen to some of the countrys best songwriters in Red Lodge, Montana for the first the 2nd Annual Red Lodge Songwriter Festival.

The festival will take place, June 22nd thru June 24th, in the mountain town of Red Lodge -a quant little ski town with a drinking problem- and five of its finest establishments. Shows will start late in the afternoon and play into the late night.

A portion of the proceeds support Friends of the Beartooths, which is dedicated to the improvement and promotion of the Beartooth Highway and its neighboring communities. www.beartoothhighway.com

More details coming soon.
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