Fri. and Sat. Oct. 20 and 21, 2017 - RL Theater Co. Presents: Sleepy Hollow the Musical

Adapted from the classic ghost story by Washington Irving and sponsored by The Pollard Hotel.
The Headless Horseman Rides!!!

Wednesday, Oct 25th, 2017 - Montana Paranormal Research Society at the Museum

Just in time for Halloween, members of Montana Paranormal Research Society (MTPRS) will share some of their experiences as they have researched buildings, houses and places throughout Montana.
MTPRS spent a night in the Carbon County Museum early this summer and has spent the last several months going through the recorded hours and hours of footage from each floor of our historic building.
They will unveil their findings and share their research and methodology with us during this month's lecture series.
This lecture will be fun for anyone 12 years and older.

Friday, Oct. 27th, 2017 - Teen Night Halloween Party at The Museum

Join your friends for a ghoulish good time at the for the 4th Annual Teen Night Halloween Party!

Featuring a Haunted House at the Museum
Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County Open to 6th Graders & Up

Fri. and Sat. Oct. 27 and 28, 2017 - RL Theater Co. Presents: Sleepy Hollow the Musical

Adapted from the classic ghost story by Washington Irving and sponsored by The Pollard Hotel.
The Headless Horseman Rides!!!

Thursday, October 28th, 2017 - Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary: Fright Night

Get ready for some spooktacular fun during our annual Fright Night event! Saturday evening from 7-9PM bring the whole family for some educational, slightly spooky night tours, hot drinks, and tasty treats! Tours start at 7:15-7:45-8:15.

Halloween day - Trick or Treat for Tots

A community event sponsored by the Red Lodge Rotary Club.

There is a lot going on around town. Where are you going to haunt?

Kids:
Downtown Trick or Treat for Tots 3-5 p.m.
Kids Halloween Party: Red Lodge Pizza Company 5-6:30 p.m.
Kids Halloween Costume Contest: Beartooth Elks #534 5:15 p.m.

October 31st, 2017 - Annual Halloween Festivities

Red Lodge at its craziest! Join the fun and festivities around Red Lodge for boys and ghouls of all ages.

There is a lot going on around town tomorrow. Where are you going to haunt?

Kids:
Downtown Trick or Treat for Tots 3-5 p.m.
Kids Halloween Party: Red Lodge Pizza Company 5-6:30 p.m.
Kids Halloween Costume Contest: Beartooth Elks #534 5:15 p.m.

Adults:
Costume contests and music all over town. More details to come.

Friday, Nov. 3rd. 2017 - Pray for Snow Party at Red Lodge Mountain

Open to all skiers, snowboarders, and friends!
FREE beer and wine for Season Pass and Tix holders (2 drinks). FREE food for Season Pass holders. Food and drinks available for purchase for everyone else ($10 meal).
Enjoy bonfires in the courtyard, live music, and a ski movie. Come fill your winter stoke and do your part to help ensure a snowy winter.

November 10-11, 2017 - Ski and Gear Swap

Plan to attend our annual Swap and sell outdoor gear, buy gear, and socialize! Check gear in 5-7 pm Friday or 8-10 am Saturday. Sales are 11:00-1:00 Saturday. (Not a minute before!)
Buy and sell used outdoor gear. Everything from backpacks to XC and Alpine skis and boots. This is a fundraiser for BRTA, your trails organization. Check gear in Friday night or Saturday morning. Sales start at 11 Sat.

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 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 - 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!

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- 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 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 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
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.
6:00
6 to 7:30 The Red Lodge School of Dance will hold free and continuous dance performances at 20 N Broadway.

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

6:30 to 9pm. "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.

6:00 to 9pm Our downtown shops are open and welcoming you to enjoy your evening stroll.

Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 - 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.

June 21 - 23, 2018 - Red Lodge Songwriter Festival

Join us to celebrate summer and listen to some of the countrys best songwriters in Red Lodge, Montana Songwriter Festival.

The festival will take place, June 21st thru June 23rd, in the mountain town of Red Lodge -a quant little ski town with a drinking problem- and five of its finest establishments. Shows will start late in the afternoon and play into the late night.

July 2-4, 2018 - Home of Champions Rodeo

Join us for the 89th Home of Champions Rodeo featuring some of professional rodeo's top cowboys and cowgirls. 89 Years of Ropin' and Ridin'.

Tickets available at www.redlodgerodeo.com

July 24th to the 28th, 2018 - Carbon County Fair

Don't miss out on all the Events!

More details coming