The Roosevelt Center announces an upcoming art installation on the property at 519 S Broadway Ave in Red Lodge in the spring. Lee Kern is creating a one-of-a-kind moose sculpture to enhance the Roosevelt property. This will be the first art installation on the grounds. Lee Kern is a Red Lodge resident who is a lifelong artist and […]

    Hometown Humanities The Autumn Walkabout Mining Coal: Mining Creativity The Autumn Walkabout is the capstone event to conclude the Humanities Montana program ‘Hometown Humanities’ that brought a year’s worth of humanities-based programming to Red Lodge, the Autumn Walkabout will take place Saturday, September 14. The day will start at noon with a scavenger […]

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Roosevelt is becoming more of a space for community everyday. Not only are we improving the building, but we are building capacity for community businesses, artists, and youth! Read about what’s happening at Roosevelt. A Space for Community People are really taking advantage of the unique spaces at the Old Roosevelt building. Seven businesses are currently […]

New General Store Opening in Red Lodge By Tracy Timmons, Red Lodge Area Community Foundation   “It takes a village” is alive and well in Red Lodge! Real estate agent Nancy Curtis, Berkshire Hathaway, and her husband Todd, re-gifted a wonderful playhouse from their winning Playhouse Parade raffle ticket. They donated it to the outdoor […]

Check out the Robust Arts and Culture Spring News Now that spring has sprung we are getting ready for the summer months and enjoying the renewing breath of spring. Volunteers Making Space for Community Old Roosevelt is fast becoming a diversified venue for the community – made possible by the many hours donated by our great […]

What would you do to make Red Lodge Even Better? Don’t Just Tell Us, SHOW US. Make your Submission to the PICTURE IT! Youth Photo Contest. Submit your picture that represents what you would do to make Red Lodge an even better place to grow up and then provide a caption of your photo telling […]

Combining Art and Our Outdoor Spaces   On February 7th, the Old Roosevelt Project received a 1:1 matching grant for $10,000 from the National Endowment of the Arts to reinvent the outdoor spaces at Old Roosevelt. In creating theses outdoor spaces, we will work with local artists to capture the creative spirit and vibrancy of […]

Arts and Culture is Becoming More Robust In Red Lodge   Music to Our Ears On January 5th, 60 people enjoyed a concert featuring Baroque Music Montana under the direction of Carrie Krause at the home of Mitzi and Jim Vorachek, with refreshments provided by Babcock and Miles and Honey’s. Everyone enjoyed the amazing music […]

Check Out the Picture It! Youth Photo Contest   We wanted to know what our local youth love about Red Lodge and what changes they would like to see. We asked them to submit a picture that represents what they love or what they want to change with a brief description of the picture. We […]