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The Month of April

Blackfeet Portrait Project, Quilted Portraits of Blackfeet Artists and their own art work at the Depot Gallery

This traveling MAGDA exhibit of 22 artworks features Cheryl Dineen Ferrin, who created 11 art quilt portraits of living artists from the Blackfeet Nation while a Visiting Artist for the Friends of the Museum of the Plains Indian. These art quilt portraits travel with one piece of each of the included artists' work in a variety of media: acrylic paint, stained glass, quill work and sculpture. This exhibit is designed to increase the awareness of Blackfeet traditions and culture.

As part of our education mission the Carbon County Arts Guiled and Depot Gallery is happy to bring this exhibit to our community for all to appreciate. If you have any questions call 406-446-1370


COST: FREE

TIME: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

LOCATION: North Gallery, Carbon County Depot Gallery

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1370 · carboncountyartsguild@yahoo.com · www.carboncountydepotgallery.org

The Month of April

Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Exhibit

Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Exhibit
Our annual juried competition is open to all artists in seven states in the Rocky Mountain region. Artists submitted entries earlier this year. Our juror, Montana artist John Potter, will select the art for the exhibit then choose the winners. Artists win cash prizes and the acclaim of winning in this regional exhibit.
Exhibit is free and open to everyone during the Depot Gallery's normal hours, Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00pm and Sunday, Noon to 5:00 pm. For more information, call (406) 446-1370.


COST: FREE

LOCATION: Carbon County Depot Gallery

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1370 · carboncountyartsguild@yahoo.com · www.carboncountydepotgallery.org

April 1st, 2015

BPA Hot Dog Sale

Hot dog lunch at First Interstate Bank on Wednesday, April 1 from 11:30 to 1:30. Eleven students from Red Lodge High School have qualified to compete at the National Leadership Conference to be held in Anaheim, CA. Come meet the students and have lunch. Your generous donations will help these students to Imagine, Believe, Become. Please support the Red Lodge High School BPA Team


COST: Donations accepted

TIME: 11:30 - 1:30

LOCATION: First Interstate Bank

MORE INFORMATION: 406-425-3215 · skhaman@aol.com

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

Live Music at the Pollard

Jeff Troxel and Guest playing Folk/Americana


COST: Free

TIME: 6:30 to 9:30pm

LOCATION: The Pollard Hotel

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-0001 · www.thepollard.com

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Live Music at the Pollard

Dan Dubuque playing the Slide Guitar


COST: Free

TIME: 6:30 to 9:30pm

LOCATION: The Pub at The Pollard

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-0001 · www.thepollard.com

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Live Music at the Snag Bar

Alive at 5 Music series continues with Al Cooper playing Acoustic Guitar.


COST: Free

TIME: 5pm

LOCATION: The Snag Bar

MORE INFORMATION: 446-9904

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

Live Music at the Pollard

Double EE playing a little bit of everything.


COST: Free

TIME: 6:30 to 9:30pm

LOCATION: The Pub at The Pollard

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-0001 · www.thepollard.net

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

Live Music at the Snow Creek Saloon

John Plumb playing Classic Rock


COST: Free

TIME: 9pm

LOCATION: Snow Creek Saloon

MORE INFORMATION: 406-698-3158

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

Live Music at the Bierstube

Lee and Charlie playing at the Stube.


COST: Free

TIME: 4-7pm

LOCATION: Red Lodge Mountain

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-2610 · www.redlodgemountain.com

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

Red Lodge Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt

Join as at the Lions Club Park in Red Lodge for the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Ages 0 through 12+. Starts promptly at Noon, ends around 12:02pm!!


COST: Free

TIME: Noon

LOCATION: Lions Club Park

MORE INFORMATION: 406-425-3913 · rllski@montana.net

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

Billings Clinic White Stag ski race

A ski race to support Silver Run Ski team at Red Lodge Mountain open to the public


COST: $25

TIME: 9:00

LOCATION: Red Lodge Mountain

MORE INFORMATION: 406-208-1875 · silverrunski@gmail.com · www.silverrunksi.com

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Easter events at Red Lodge Mountain

Closing Day at RLM is Sunday, April 5. There will be eggscellent turns to be had as well as fun Easter activities for the whole family. The day will kick off with a sunrise service atop Miami Beach. There will then be a breakfast in the main lodge and Easter egg hunts for children and adults. Please visit our website for full details.


LOCATION: Red Lodge Mountain

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-2610 · www.redlodgemountain.com

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Easter Buffet at Rock Creek Resort

Easter is just around the corner and we would like to invite you to Old Piney Dell for our traditional Easter Day Brunch. On Sunday, April 5th from 9 – 2:00 p.m. we will be serving up a delicious buffet put together by Friar Cassell , Ben Busch and Eric Trager. It is always a busy day and reservations are essential, so give us a call at 446-1111 and make yours.

Leave the work to us and join us at your creek side escape…Old Piney Dell.


COST: 

TIME: 9am to 2pm

LOCATION: Rock Creek Resort

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1111 · www.rockcreekresort.com

Easter Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Easter Blueberry Brunch

Celebrate the day with your friends and family enjoying brunch here at Bridge Creek. We will be offering our famous buffet plus a few additional surprises all morning and into the afternoon.

$27.95 per person, $14.95 for kids.
Don't miss your chance to join us; make your reservations today. Seating is limited and space is filling up fast! Call us at 446-9900 today to make your reservations.


TIME: 9:30am until 2:30pm

LOCATION: Bridge Creek Backcountry and Wine Bar

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-9900 · www.eatfooddrinkwine.com

Tuesday, April 7th

Ancient Visions: Understanding Montana Cave Art

Taught by: Dr.Lawrence Loendorf, Anthropologist and Archaeologist Sacred Sites Research,Inc.A program to learn about regional pictographs and petroglyphs. Definition of rock art petroglyphs versus pictographs. How were petroglyphs made, how were pictographs made.
Composition of paint. The importance of the portable xray fluorescence instrument to study pigments.
O.J.Salo and the repainted figures in Weatherman Draw.
Estimating the age of rock art with numerical methods
How do archaeologists date rock art? What proof is there that the paintings in Chauvet Cave, France are 30,000 years old?
The old wood possibility. Dating rock art by finding the tools used to make the paintings
How have archaeologists assigned an age to the paintings at Valley of the Shields, Montana?
The old wood problem. Dating paintings in Canyon de Chelly
Storage cysts built over paintings. Reasons why we think they were put there purposefully.


COST: FREE

TIME: 7:00 pm

LOCATION: Carbon County Depot Gallery

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1370 · carboncountyartsguild@yahoo.com · www.carboncountydepotgallery.org

Thursday, April 9th

Ancient Visions: Understanding Montana Cave Art

Taught by: Dr. Lawrence Loendorf, Anthropologist and Archaeologist Sacred Sites Research, Inc.
A program to learn about regional pictographs and petroglyphs sponsored by the Carbon County Arts Guild and Depot Gallery
Dating paintings with the Rowe plasma oxidation method. Results for paintings in the Pryor Mountains and how they are cross checked with paintings at other Montana locations.
Oldest art in North America
Estimating the age of cave paintings and petroglyphs with relative methods
The horse and the gun, when did they get to Montana and what they tell us about regional rock art
Ledger art, what is it and how does it help archaeologists who study rock art.
Robe art, paintings on hides; how do they help archaeologists
Narrative or Biographic rock art, that which can be read.
Ethnicity and Rock Art
Horned Headgear site on the Musselshell River Tolar, Wyoming, Comanche in Wyoming


COST: FREE

TIME: 7:00 to 8:30 pm

LOCATION: Carbon County Depot Gallery

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1370 · carboncountyartsguild@yahoo.com · www.carboncountydepotgallery.org

Friday, April 10th, 2015

BPA Italian Dinner

Red Lodge BPA Students and their families will be hosting an Italian dinner at the Red Lodge High School Commons on Friday, April 10 from 5:00 to 7:00. Some of the students will do a small presentation to highlight what they will be competing in during Nationals. The cost is $10 for adults/$7 for students and will include: lasagna, Caesar salad, bread, dessert and drink. All funds raised during this event will be donated to the Red Lodge Business Professionals of America (BPA)students attending the 2015 National Leadership Conference in May.


COST: $10 Adult; $7 Child

TIME: 5:00 PM

LOCATION: Red Lodge High School Commons

MORE INFORMATION: 406-425-3215 · skhaman@aol.com

Saturday April 11th, 2015

Cowboys & Carnations - Red Lodge Rodeo Associations's

Dance to the High Country Cowboys! Silent and Live Auctions

Ticket price includes chance on custom Home of Champions Spurs designed and crafted by Montana Silversmiths.


COST: $50 per person or $90 for a couple

TIME: Cocktails 5:30pm Dinner at 7

LOCATION: Rock Creek Resort

MORE INFORMATION: 446-2422 or 860-1090

Tuesday, April 14

Ancient Visions: Understanding Montana Cave Art

Taught by: Dr.Lawrence Loendorf, Anthropologist and Archaeologist,Sacred Sites Research, Inc.
Petroglyph Canyon,En toto Pecked Style: who made it,where and why??
Dinwoody Petroglyphs and their relationship to the Sheep Eaters
Shamans and rock art
Narrative, biographic rock art versus Visionary, ceremonial rock art
The vision quest ritual as the Crow practiced it, as the Shoshone practiced it, as the Cheyenne practiced it,as the Hidatsa practiced it and the Mandan Okipa Ceremony.
Trance and altered states of consciousness
Body deprivation versus hallucinogens
Datura, Tobacco, Marigolds


TIME: 7:00pm

LOCATION: Carbon County Depot Gallery

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1370 · carboncountyartsguild@yahoo.com · www.carboncountydepotgallery.org

Thursday, April 16th

Ancient Visions: Understanding Montana Cave Art

Taught by: Dr. Lawrence Loendorf, Anthropologist and Archaeologist,Sacred Sites Research,Inc.
A program to learn about regional pictographs and petroglyphs sponsored by the Carbon County Arts Guild and Depot Gallery
Regional motifs
Crow Indian tobacco and rock art
Buffalo homes and emergence
Solstice relationships, are they real?
Shield bearing warriors Montana and Wyoming versus New Mexico
V-neck anthropomorphs
Bear Comes Out
Elk magic
Summary and final discussion.Answers to all questions.


COST: FREE

TIME: 7:00 pm

LOCATION: Carbon County Depot Gallery

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1370 · carboncountyartsguild@yahoo.com · www.carboncountydepotgallery.org

Saturday April 18th, 2015

The Grizzly Peak Adventure Race

Turn Pedal and Burn, this event is in it's 5th year running. Expect the same carnival atmosphere, with good times, great people, from the past years with a few tweaks to the course.

The three part drag race into Red Lodge, Montana from the top of Red Lodge Mountain is one great way to kick off the spring race season. No training, no crazy diet, no expensive race equipment. All you'll need is the want to rip it, grip it and hold on tight for the run to the finish. The race kicks off with 2.5 miles of fast downhill ski or snowboard turns as you rip down Lazy M to the base area of Red Lodge Mountain. Click out of your boards and into your pedals and crank for town. It's 6 miles of twisting gravel roads and leg screaming pavement. Before you'll know it you be ready to embark on your final leg. This is the burn, a 2 mile run into downtown Red Lodge. Once you've made it to the finish line at the Beartooth Elks on Main Street, you can kick up your feet, enjoy a free beverage and know that you got the first race of the season out of the way, no sweat! This race is open to solo racers, and three racer relay teams. COED, Male and Female Divisions with awards for ages groups and best costumes!


LOCATION: Red Lodge, MT

MORE INFORMATION:  · jdrinkwalter31@yahoo.com · www.headwatersstudio.com/headwatersevents/

Saturday, April 25th

Paint the Landscape with Elliott Eaton

Basic Watercolor Workshop
Supply List

140 lb Arches Watercolor paper: 2 sheets, 22" x 30"
Paper towel roll
#2 lead pencil
Roll of masking tape - 1"
Water container
Board for putting paper on - 18" x 24" or smaller
1" flat grumbacher watercolor brush
small round #2 watercolor brush
Round #4 watercolor brush
Watercolor tubes
Cadmium red
Cadmium yellow
French ultramarine blue
Cobalt blue
Alizarine yellow
Yellow ochre
Burnt sienna
Raw umber
Viridian green
Can also get a beginner's set of watercolors instead of individual tubes.


TIME: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

LOCATION: Carbon County Depot Gallery

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1370 · carboncountyartsguild@yahoo.com · www.carboncountydepotgallery.org

April 26th, 2015

Peaks to Prairie Adventure Race

Peaks to Prairie, a unique Montana challenge that spans from the heights of the Beartooth Mountains to the open majesty of the Yellowstone River.


MORE INFORMATION:  · Peakstriathlon@gmail.com · www.peakstoprairie.org