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Bed & Breakfast - The Irish Rose

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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)

Today...

High Country Cowboys at the Roman
Roman Theater
7pm

Live Music at the Pollard
The Pub at the Pollard
6:30 p.m.

Bearcreek Downs Pig Racing
Bearcreek Saloon and Steakhouse
5pm

Mountain Bluebells Memorial Day Weekend Yard Sale
On Broadway across from the Red Lodge Carnegie Library
8:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary
Saturday, May 28th, 2016
Brewski at the Elks - Sponsored by Silver Run Ski Team
Celebrate the opening of the Beartooth Pass! Silver Run Ski Team is hosting an event called Brewski. $15 at the door gets you a sample glass and 3 pou... DETAILS

Brewski at the Elks - Sponsored by Silver Run Ski Team

Date: Saturday, May 28th, 2016
Time: 6 to 10pm
Elks Club
114 N. Broadway , Red Lodge

 

Celebrate the opening of the Beartooth Pass! Silver Run Ski Team is hosting an event called Brewski. $15 at the door gets you a sample glass and 3 pours. 4 local breweries, food, music and a corn hole tournament.

Event is family friendly, and all proceeds go to the Silver Run Ski foundation!
June 1-4, 2016
Montana Preservation Road Show
2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, the most visionary action in our nation’s history to protect our irreplacea... DETAILS

Montana Preservation Road Show

Date: June 1-4, 2016
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Old Roosevelt Junior High
517 S. Broadway , Red Lodge
Cost: $145
Website: http://www.preservemontana.org/2016-road-show
Phone: 406-457-2822

 

2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, the most visionary action in our nation’s history to protect our irreplaceable heritage. In honor of this milestone, MPA is planning a Preservation Road Show that will outshine them all. So, grab your walking shoes, hop on the tour bus, and join us June 1-4 in Red Lodge, Montana! Ride along with historians, authors, preservationists, archaeologists and tribal experts as we visit ancient rock art sites, historic trails, barns, churches, ranger stations, school houses, downtown storefronts, and more.

Tour Highlights:

Full-day and half-day tours exploring homesteading and ethnic heritage, Bearcreek and Smith Mine history, Custer National Forest history, prehistoric rock art and Native American history of the Pryor Mountains and the Second Crow Agency. Beartooth Highway excursion on antique Yellowstone Buses Horse-drawn wagon and walking tours in Red Lodge Conference sessions on downtown revitalization, heritage tourism, cultural landscapes, National Register nominations, and preservation funding Schoolhouse Preservation Workshop

National Speakers:

Barbara Pahl, Western Regional Vice President, National Trust for Historic Preservation Kimber Craine, Director of Program Initiatives, President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities Dr. Carroll Van West, Director, Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University Betsy Bradley, PhD, City of St. Louis, MO Historic Resources Director
Fri. and Sat. June 3rd and 4th, 2016
Founders Day at the Museum
Celebrating the History of Red Lodge, admission to the Museum will be free on Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and 4th.

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Founders Day at the Museum

Date: Fri. and Sat. June 3rd and 4th, 2016
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

 

Celebrating the History of Red Lodge, admission to the Museum will be free on Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and 4th.

June 4-5, 2016
Rock Creek Slalom Kayak Race
Rock Creek Races

Beartooth Paddlers Society invites you to come and join the fun!

Come watch the fun!...
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Rock Creek Slalom Kayak Race

Date: June 4-5, 2016
Starts at the Red Box Car Restaurant
Event will be held on Rock Creek from Hwy bridge to 19th street. , Red Lodge, MT

 

Rock Creek Races

Beartooth Paddlers Society invites you to come and join the fun!

Come watch the fun!
June 4-12, 2016
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 4-12, 2016
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
Saturday, June 11th, 2016
The Wild Rivers Film Tour at the Bull n Bear
American Rivers and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition will host the Wild Rivers Film Tour in Livingston on May 12, Bozeman on May 26, and Red Lodg... DETAILS

The Wild Rivers Film Tour at the Bull n Bear

Date: Saturday, June 11th, 2016
Time: Doors 6:30pm Films 8:00pm
Bull N' Bear Saloon
Cost: Cost: $10. Tickets available at the door or in advance atwww.greateryellowstone.org/events
Website: www.greateryellowstone.org/events

 

American Rivers and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition will host the Wild Rivers Film Tour in Livingston on May 12, Bozeman on May 26, and Red Lodge on June 11. The film tour celebrates the 40th anniversary of Montana’s four Wild and Scenic Rivers and is meant to inspire Montanans to take action to protect more of the state’s iconic rivers.

The Wild Rivers Film Tour showcases four provocative and soulful films that weave adventure, conservation, angling and paddling into one night of entertainment. The tour includes three short films – Legacy,Cast, and The Important Places – as well as a feature-length film, Our Local Epic. Our Local Epic chronicles the harrowing first descent of a class V whitewater canyon by a team of kayakers that includes Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard and one man’s mission to protect the Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River from being dammed, ultimately leading to Wyoming’s first Wild & Scenic River designation. Our Local Epic was an official selection in the 2016 Wild & Scenic Film Festival and the 2015 Telluride Mountain Film Festival. Additional short films highlight a father-son connection to the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, a beautifully shot story about sense of place and family through fly fishing the Wise River in the Big Hole Valley, and a legendary fishing guide’s quest to protect the Snake Headwaters around Jackson, Wyoming.

Proceeds from the Wild Rivers Film Tour will benefit Montanans for Healthy Rivers – a coalition of businesses, sportsmen and conservation groups working together to designate new Wild & Scenic Rivers in Montana. Montanans for Healthy Rivers has galvanized support for Wild & Scenic River protections for over a dozen of Montana’s most cherished streams, including East Rosebud Creek, the three forks of Rock Creek, the Gallatin, Madison, Smith and Yellowstone rivers. The film tour also coincides with the 40th anniversary of the last, and only, Wild & Scenic Rivers bill passed in Montana in 1976, which protected the three forks of the Flathead River and the Upper Missouri River through the Breaks.

“This inspiring collection of river films features stories shot on location in the Greater Yellowstone. They pull at our heart strings and encourage us to consider the value of conserving Montana’s streams,” says Charles Wolf Drimal, Waters Conservation Associate for the Greater Yellowstone Coalition. “As the angling and boating season begins, the film tour sparks an excitement for returning to the waters while reminding Montanans that the places where we play deserve protection for future generations,” adds Michael Fiebig, Associate Director of the American Rivers Northern Rockies office.

American Rivers and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition both contribute to the leadership of Montanans for Healthy Rivers. American Rivers works to protect and restore the nation’s rivers and streams. The Greater Yellowstone Coalition is dedicated to protecting the lands, waters and wildlife of the 20 million acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.



The Wild Rivers Film Tour is proudly supported by Neptune’s Brewery, 406 Brewing Company and Red Lodge Ales.
Teaser: A trailer for Our Local Epic can be found at: https://vimeo.com/162846668
Presented by: American Rivers and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition
Cost: $10. Tickets available at the door or in advance atwww.greateryellowstone.org/events
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