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The Pollard's Autumn Dinner Package!

Pollard Hotel

Welcome the autumn season by enjoying a night's stay in the best room available, dinner in The Pollard Dining Room and a full-menu breakfast the follo...more information

Welcome to RED LODGE, MONTANA ...

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!

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Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary
Thanksgiving Morning, November 23rd, 2017
Turkey Trot
As part of the Great American Smoke-out, participants will meet at the county building at the fairgrounds and then walk or run the Airport Loop of the... DETAILS

Turkey Trot

Date: Thanksgiving Morning, November 23rd, 2017
Time: 10 AM
Carbon County 4H Building
Near the Red Lodge airport , Red Lodge
Cost: Free
Website: redlodge.com/turkeytrot
Phone: 406-860-3825

 

As part of the Great American Smoke-out, participants will meet at the county building at the fairgrounds and then walk or run the Airport Loop of the Rocky Fork Trail, near the Red Lodge airport. The run will start and end at the 4-H building at the Red Lodge Fairgrounds. There is no charge for the run, but participants are asked to bring a non-perishable food item for BareTooth Cupboards.

The event is sponsored by Carbon/Stillwater Tobacco Prevention, a service of Beartooth Billings Clinic and Beartooth Recreational Trails Association.
Friday, November 24th, 2017
Warren Miller Movie - Line of Decent
How do you get your ski stoke going? Do you plan a ski trip? Cruise your local ski shop? Go to a ski show? Sure, these are all good options. But for a... DETAILS

Warren Miller Movie - Line of Decent

Date: Friday, November 24th, 2017
Time: 7:15 Nightly
Roman Theater
Website: 255
Phone: 406-446-2233

 

How do you get your ski stoke going? Do you plan a ski trip? Cruise your local ski shop? Go to a ski show? Sure, these are all good options. But for a lot of people, the best way to get excited about the new season is to see the latest Warren Miller movie.

Ride along on a stunning cinematic journey as we travel near and far, descending some of North America’s deepest lines in Jackson Hole, Montana, Silverton, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, and Steamboat. From powsurfer to splitboard, motorcycle, dogsled or snowmobile, watch as athletes chase winter along the Beartooth Pass, the French Alps, New Zealand, British Columbia, and Norway.
Friday, November 24th, 2017
Red Lodge Mountain - Opening Day
Join us here at Red Lodge Mountain to get into the swing of the Holidays. We hope to see you on the slopes with us!... DETAILS

Red Lodge Mountain - Opening Day

Date: Friday, November 24th, 2017
Red Lodge Mountain
Website: www.redlodgemountain.com
Phone: 406-446-2610

 

Join us here at Red Lodge Mountain to get into the swing of the Holidays. We hope to see you on the slopes with us!
Friday, Dec. 1st, 2017
Blue Light Ceremony
Fallen but not Forgotten……

An invitation to a short service to remember all Fallen MT Law Enforcement -Reading of Fallen Officers Names- ...
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Blue Light Ceremony

Date: Friday, Dec. 1st, 2017
Time: 5:00
Next to the Elks Lodge
114 N. Broadway , Red Lodge, MT 59068

 

Fallen but not Forgotten……

An invitation to a short service to remember all Fallen MT Law Enforcement -Reading of Fallen Officers Names- Lighting of tree with blue lights and hanging balls with fallen Officers names.

Tonight MT COPS, the state chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors welcomes each of you to this Blue Light Ceremony. Project Blue Light began in 1989 by Dolly Craig of Philadelphia, PA who put a blue light in her window to remember her son in law, Danny Gleason, a Philadelphia police officer who was killed in the line of duty in 1986. Dolly Craig shared her idea with COPS who in turn shared the idea with others.

Please consider shining a blue light during the holiday season to honor and remember law enforcement officers who have given the ultimate sacrifice, and to show support and thanks for those officers who continue to serve.
Friday, December 1st, 2017
Christmas Stroll in Red Lodge Blade Parade
The Stroll starts at 6pm with the increasingly popular Blade Parade (who knew there were so many ways to decorate a snowplow?) Don't forget the Blad... DETAILS

Christmas Stroll in Red Lodge Blade Parade

Date: Friday, December 1st, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm
Downtown Red Lodge
Cost: Free
Website: www.redlodge.com/stroll
Phone: 406-446-1718

 

The Stroll starts at 6pm with the increasingly popular Blade Parade (who knew there were so many ways to decorate a snowplow?) Don't forget the Blade Parade is Friday night only.

If you want to be in the parade there is no pre-registration required -- just show up by the library at 5:30 -- anything that pushes snow is welcome!! Be there with your plow, snowblower, shovel, tractor, St. Bernard, or whatever you have.

Then after the parade stores stay open until around 9pm Friday and Saturday. So bundle up the kids and bring your holiday shopping list. It’s a perfect recipe for enjoying the holiday season: Ski, Stroll, & Stay the night.
Friday and Saturday, Dec 1 and 2, 2017
Christmas Stroll in Red Lodge
If you have never been here for The Red Lodge Annual Christmas Stroll, your holiday season is missing some of its magic. For two evenings, our downto... DETAILS

Christmas Stroll in Red Lodge

Date: Friday and Saturday, Dec 1 and 2, 2017
Time: 6:00 to 9pm
Downtown Red Lodge
Cost: Free
Website: www.redlodge.com/stroll
Phone: 406-446-1718

 

If you have never been here for The Red Lodge Annual Christmas Stroll, your holiday season is missing some of its magic. For two evenings, our downtown shops open their doors late with goodies and treats, while the entire town turns out for the kind of holiday cheer and goodwill that keeps the hearth fires burning til spring. So bundle up the kids and bring your holiday shopping list. It is a perfect recipe for enjoying the holiday season:

Friday night only
5:00 Fallen but not Forgotten Blue Light Ceremony. An invitation to a short service to remember all Fallen MT Law Enforcement at the Elks Lodge 114 N. Broadway.
5:30 Community Lantern Walk.
6:00 The 13th Annual Blade Parade will Kick off the Stroll at with Santa leading the way. Both begin at the Carnegie Library and continue down Broadway.

Saturday night only
2:00-4pm Pictures with Santa at the Elks.
6:00pm Start your evening with the Christmas Costume Parade as it travel down Broadway.
6:00 to 9pm Sisters on the fly will have several of their campers on display and open to the public for viewing across from the Pollard Hotel on 11th St.

Both Friday and Saturday

6:30 to 8:30pm. "Santa Claus is coming to Red Lodge". He will be at the Elks Lodge located at 114 N Broadway. The elves have been very busy decorating and getting ready for his arrival, so please stop by and see the Christmas wonderland.

6:30 to 9pm The Beartooth Wagon & Sleigh Rides will be offering free rides.

Our downtown shops are open and welcoming you to enjoy your evening stroll.
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