It is Bear Awareness Week! and the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary is hosting two events to keep you informed and safe in bear country. Tuesday, May 17th they are hosting Bear Trivia at Natali’s Front Bar at 7:00 pm Bear Awareness Day on Saturday, May 21st at the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary. 11 am: Bears released into […]
Saturday, December 4th from 2 – 4 pm. Tour @ 3:00 pm. Stop by before the Christmas Stroll for some hot cocoa, a warm fire, gift shop specials on holiday gifts, and a winter themed guided tour!
Fall Festival – Hosted by the Red Lodge Senior & Community Center 207 S. Villard Ave. Red Lodge, MT Saturday, October 30, 2021 Bake Sale, Treats, Games, Painting Pumpkins, Face Painting, Hay Rides, and More!
By Carmen DeBello, Community Volunteer Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has become a beloved summer tradition in Red Lodge. The Shakespearean theater company, run by MSU, visits nearly 100, mostly rural communities in 5 States every summer, traveling 7,000 miles over a span of 3 months, and providing exquisite outdoor Shakespeare performances, free of charge […]
By Stephen Kalb-Koenigsfeld, RLACF Two fiscal sponsors with the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation had reason to celebrate in the last month. The Hellroaring Skate Park celebrated opening day with pizza, pop, and music to mark the unofficial official opening of the new skate park in Red Lodge. And the Red Lodge City Pool broke […]
By Buses of Yellowstone Preservation Trust The Buses of Yellowstone Preservation Trust has received a $36,000 grant from the Montana Department of Commerce Tourism and a $4,000 grant from the Montana Cultural Trust. These funds will support the preservation of the historic building in which the Buses’ showcase original operating pre-World War II vehicles used […]
The Carbon County Historical Society & Museum has been closed for the last few months, gearing up for the summer swarm of visitors. The storybook of a building, detailing some of Carbon County’s prized moments, groups and events, is set to open June 1. With an increase in foot traffic from summer visitors comes an […]
By Theresa Whistler, Hero’s STEAM Center Something wonderful is happening at Hero’s STEAM Center with a recent burst of inquiries about 3D printing. Everyone knows that Hero’s serves the Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County, and associates the Center with youth programs like Battle-of-the-Bots. This past year, we’ve had a flood of visitors come […]
By RLACF Staff Rotary Club of Red Lodge has received a $1,500 grant from the Rotary International Foundation to help residents of Red Lodge who have been impacted by COVID-19 with their water bills. We understand that water is an essential part of life especially when following guidelines to wash our hands frequently to help […]
By Sue Bury, Charity Chat Correspondent Did you see the paper chains in Broadway storefronts that went up around Thanksgiving? Those “Thankful Chains” linking our community were a project of the Red Lodge High School Interact Club. Usually, this Rotary-affiliated student group is busy throughout the year, organizing a bike rodeo and summer safety day […]