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 There aren’t enough running puns to push through the pain when you’re out on the course. But hopefully, this year’s Annual Fun Run for Charities in Red Lodge will provide positive feelings as we get back to hosting an in-person event, as well as a virtual race! That’s right, we’ll be […]

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 […]

By BHA Staff In the case of a disaster, the Beartooth Human Alliance (BHA) wants to ensure plans are in place for potentially displaced pets and livestock. As a participating agency in the overall county disaster preparedness plan, BHA maintains a list of businesses and individuals who are willing (and have the necessary facilities) to […]

By DSVS Staff At Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (DSVS) we believe that everyone deserves healthy relationships. For all of us who work here, it’s not just a catchy tagline. It is central to our mission as we empower individuals and families impacted by intimate partner violence and sexual assault, and it’s why, in 2012, […]

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 […]

PLEASE JOIN RLACF AND HRDC FOR ACEs TRAINING APRIL 22nd VIA ZOOM 6:30pm – 8:30pm   Learn about what causes trauma and how it can affect one’s brain development, health, and relationships throughout their lives. Learn about ACEs and score your own personal ACEs. Learn about and understand the five core principles of Trauma Informed […]

Carbon County is participating in 2021’s City Nature Challenge! In partnership between Red Lodge Area Community Foundation, the City of Red Lodge, Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Hero’s STEAM Centre, we are bringing this Bio-Blitz to area April 30th – May 9th. The City Nature Challenge was initiated by the California Academy of Sciences and […]