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The Month of March

Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery Student Art Exibition

The Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery sponsors the Student Art Exhibition for the month of March. This display showcases the art from the students in Carbon County and Fishtail and Nye. There will be a reception on March 11 from 1 - 3 with an awards ceremony at 2. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.


LOCATION: Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery

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

Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Annual Backcountry Film Festival at the Roman

Great films of human powered skiing, boarding, biking; some culture; some environmental awareness. Something for everyone to get stoked about.

Great raffles, as usual. Want to help sponsor? Contact Grant: gbtelemark@gmail.com
This is a fundraiser for BRTA. (It is also an alcohol free venue).
(This is Red Lodge Mountain Winter Carnival weekend). For complete festival lineup and film program visit backcountryfilmfestival.org


COST: $10

TIME: 7:00 All Tickets sold at the door

LOCATION: Roman Theater in downtown Red Lodge.

MORE INFORMATION:  · info@beartoothtrails.org · vimeo.com/196814383

Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Live Music at the Pollard

Live Music in the Pub with Big Jim and The Twins


COST: Free

TIME: 6pm

LOCATION: The Pub at The Pollard

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

Fri. and Sat. March 3 - 4, 2017

Live Music at the Snow Creek Saloon

Live music with the Blackwater Band.


TIME: 9pm

LOCATION: Snow Creek Saloon

MORE INFORMATION: 406-698-3158 · www.snowcreeksaloon.com

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

Live Music at the Pollard

Live Music with Daniel Kosel and Acoustic Waterfall in the Pub.


COST: Free

TIME: 6:00pm

LOCATION: The Pub at The Pollard

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

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

Winter Carnival

What is winter carnival you might ask?

Winter Carnival is a 1 day extravaganza put on by Red Lodge Mountain Resort with tons of events, prizes and good times. Complete with live music, a rail jam, cardboard classic, tons of prize give aways it is an epic way to spend a Saturday.


LOCATION: Red Lodge Mountain

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

Friday, March 11th, 2017

Live Music at the Snow Creek Saloon

Live music with Al Cooper.


COST: Free

TIME: 9pm

LOCATION: Snow Creek Saloon

MORE INFORMATION: 

Friday, March. 10th, 2017

Live Music at the Pollard

Live music with Sean Devine.


TIME: 6:00pm

LOCATION: The Pub at The Pollard

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

Fri. and Sat. March 10-11, 2017

Live Music at the Snag Bar

Alive at 5


COST: Free

TIME: 5pm

LOCATION: The Snag Bar

MORE INFORMATION: 446-9904

Saturday,March 11th, 2017

Luther School Spring Dinner

Its Spring Dinner time at Luther School again--we have been hosting this event for 18 years!
Students at Luther School, Carbon County's last rural public school, will host their annual Spring Dinner. Young waiters and waitresses will scurry about the cafeteria taking orders and serving a delicious, hearty meal prepared in the Luther kitchen by a crew of parents. This year will feature smoked ribs, savory side dishes, homemade rolls and a selection of fresh baked desserts. Upstairs, live music by Al Cooper and a silent auction of items made by the students and collected from the community will raise money for the upper grade's Washington DC Trip and other student activities.
The event is Saturday, March 11 from 4:30 to 7pm. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for children and free for kids under 3. This is a great deal for a delicious meal to support a good cause in our community. And there will be pie!!!


COST: $15 adults/$10 kids/free for children under 3

TIME: 4:30-7pm

LOCATION: Luther School

MORE INFORMATION: 4064469910 · info@maggyrhiltner.com

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

Live Music at The Pollard

Live music with The High Country Cowboys in the Pub


TIME: 6pm

LOCATION: The Pub at the Pollard

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

March 11-12, 2017

National Finals Ski-Joring Races

With Scandinavian roots, this sport teams up human and equine athletes who must work together to navigate a course of slalom gates and jumps at breakneck speed. Competition and prizes for all ages and abilities.


LOCATION: Red Lodge Fairgrounds

MORE INFORMATION: Kristen Beck kbbeck82@hotmail.com 808-283-2201 Lyn · www.redlodgeskijoring.com

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

Live Music at the Bull N' Bear

Live music with Kinne and Cash


TIME: 9pm

LOCATION: Bull N' Bear

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-3753 · www.bullandbearsaloon.com

March 11, 2017

Muir String Quartet Concert


COST: by donation $25 recommended

TIME: 3 pm

LOCATION: St. Agnes Church

MORE INFORMATION: 406 425-8922 · bettyhecker@gmail.com

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

Live Music at the Snow Creek Saloon

Live music with Fracture.


COST: Free

TIME: 9pm

LOCATION: Snow Creek Saloon

MORE INFORMATION: 406-698-3158

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

MSU Billings Foundation 2017 Wine and Food Festival Pre-Event

Let the celebration begin! In honor of the 25th Anniversary of the MSU Billings Foundation's Wine and Food Festival, Sommerliers Sue Rydquist and Jane Krizek, both of Simply Wine, will take you on a round-the-world adventure tasting sparlking wine from Champagne, France, Italy, Spain, Argentina and the U.S. You will enjoy specially prepared fods to complement the wines you will taste.

2017 Wine and Food Festival: May 15-20


COST: $60 per person

TIME: 6-8pm

LOCATION: MSUB Student Union Building Banquet Rooms A and B

MORE INFORMATION: 406-657-2244 · www.winefood festival.com

March 17, 2017

Annual St Patrick's Day Celebration

Calling all leprechauns to join in the fun in "Green" Lodge today!

Everyone is welcome! Come on down to the Elks Lodge Friday night at 6:00 for the best corned beef and cabbage and all the timmings. Prices are only $12.00 for dinner.. The infamous Phil Yerby will be your jovial bartender for the evening and there will be live music for your listening pleasure.


TIME: 6pm

LOCATION: Beartooth Elks Lodge #534

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

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary-Groundhog Day

Way better than Groundhog Day...will Margi the marmot see her shadow? Will Red Lodge get six MORE weeks of winter?
Find out at 2PM! We'll have raffle prizes, marmot-themed gift shop specials, and free admission for kids after. Margi's big reveal.
Go to YWS, Sylvan Peak, or Back Alley Metals to be entered into the raffle drawing


LOCATION: Yellowstone Wildlife Sancturay

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-1133 · www.yellowstonewildlifesancturay.com

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

Dr. Marco Restani at the Carbon County Historical Society and Museum.

Tourism, wildlife and human impact in Antarctica and the southern ocean.
Don't miss this exciting talk


COST: There is a $2 charge for nonmembers.

TIME: 7pm

LOCATION: Carbon County Historical Society & Museum

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-3667 · director@carboncountyhistory.com · www.carboncountyhistory.com

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

A taste of Spain at the Pollard Pub

A Five course Prix Fixe Spanish Dinner paired with select Gil Family Estates Wine. Please call for reservations.


COST: $60 per person (excludes tax and gratuity)

TIME: 6pm

LOCATION: The Pollard Hotel

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

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Live Music at the Pollard

Live music with Kinne and Cash


COST: Free

TIME: 6pm

LOCATION: The Pollard Pub

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

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Live Music at the Snag

Alive@5 live music with Rad.


TIME: 5pm

LOCATION: The Snag Bar

MORE INFORMATION: 406-426-0972

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Billings Clinic White Stag ski race

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


TIME: 9:00

LOCATION: Red Lodge Mountain

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

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Mini Monster Rail Jam at Red Lodge Mountain

We are a culture that likes to rip it, grip it, and live life with a little flair. And we do what we can to start them young! The Mini Monster Jam is the perfect chance for your little ripper to try their hands out in a stress-free and fun park event.

This event is free and open to any skier or snowboarder age 12 and under. We'll have tons of prizes and swag for all participants, as well as a free lunch.

Registration will take place from 8 am - 10 am in the base area on the day of the event, and the Rail Jam starts at 1pm in the Miami Beach Terrain Park.

Rules & Regulations: - Helmets are required - safety first, no exceptions.
- Registration/Check-In run from 8 am - 10 am in the Main Lodge. ​
- All contestants are required to sign a waiver - those under 18 need a parent/guardian signature.
- Be sure to add these dates to your calendar and show up early, as no late registrations will be allowed.


LOCATION: Red Lodge Mountain Ski Area

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

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Live Music at the Bierstube

Daniel Kosel playing in the Stube at Red Lodge Mountain.


COST: Free

TIME: 3-6pm

LOCATION: Red Lodge Mountain

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

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Alive at 5, Music at the Snag Bar

Live music Saturday with Jonah Morsette.


COST: Free

TIME: 5pm

LOCATION: The Snag Bar

MORE INFORMATION: 406-446-9904

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Live Music at the Pollard

The High Country Cowboys playing in the Pub.


COST: free

TIME: 6:00 p.m.

LOCATION: The Pub at the Pollard

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

March 28, 2017

Annual Meeting Red Lodge Area Community Foundation

Here is the opportunity to learn about the impacts made in the past year and see the direction for the year to come. It¡¯s been a busy year here at the Foundation and we would love to share what¡¯s been going on in the community with the community!
Come learn about programs including: Old Roosevelt, Spaces to Learn, Workforce Housing, Healthy Community, Early Childhood Development, the City Pool, Navigators, Back Office Services, and more!
Share your Voice! Foundation Members will elect directors for the 2017-2020 term. This is a great opportunity to meet members of the community that make impacts daily in a variety of program areas.
We will honor the Volunteer Champions of the last year and their successes within the community. Enjoy the community table featuring several local chefs and their tasty treats.


COST: free

TIME: 11:00am-1pm

LOCATION: Old Roosevelt

MORE INFORMATION: 4064462820 · info@rlacf.org · www.rlacf.org