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Red Lodge, Montana is Staycation Heaven!! Stay close to home and enjoy any number of activities and things to do locally!
MAY CALENDAR OF EVENTS
1 – 31: Jim LeBar and Darrell Gillespie Exhibit. LeBar, a pastel artist, and Gillespie, a watercolor artist, join together for a Main Gallery Exhibit of their work. Call the Arts Guild in Red Lodge at (406) 446-1370.
1 – 31: Frances Carroll Brown: Bitterroot Portraits. Free and open to all during the Arts Guild’s normal hours. For more information, call the Guild in Red Lodge at (406) 446-1370.
4: Artists Reception. Meet our May featured artists, Darrell Gillespie and Jim LeBar, during this mid-afternoon reception at the Arts Guild in Red Lodge. 3 – 5pm. Open to all and refreshments will be served. Free. For more information, call the Arts Guild in Red Lodge at (406) 446-1370.
9: Friends of the Library Dinner ~ Cocktails 5:30 pm ~ Bridge Creek Backcountry and Wine Bar ~ $28 ~ contact phone: 406-446-1905 ~ David Abrams is the guest speaker, whose novel Fobbit was a New York Times Notable Book of 2012. FOL president Lee Cooper said, "Our annual meeting and dinner is a chance for lovers of literature and culture to gather for an evening and celebrate the library and literary arts. Tickets can be purchased at the Red Lodge Carnegie Library and Red Lodge Books through May 6th.
11: Beginning Oil Painting with Tyler Murphy. This is a continuation of the basic oil painting workshop begun in March by Tyler Murphy. Cost for adults is $40 for Guild members and $50 for non-members. Adults will need to call for the materials list. Everyone, please call to register. For more information, call the Arts Guild in Red Lodge at (406) 446-1370.
11: 6th Annual Red Lodge Spring Escape Fashion Show ~ The Pub at Pollard Hotel ~ contact phone: 406-446-0001 ~ Get a front row seat to see all the new spring fashions in Red Lodge. This years event will be at The Pub at the Pollard and will feature a mouthwatering lunch, inspiring fashions, great company and a fabulous array of door prizes! Local models, a fun master of ceremony, and a healthy dose of Red Lodge flavor make this a low key, great fun event! Tickets ($20) are available at Red Lodge Books, Twin Elk, Sagebrush Sirens or by calling 406-446-9845. Thank you to our sponsor, Bank of Red Lodge!
17: John Clayton's Book Release Party ~ 5 pm Cafe Regis ~ 501 S Word Ave, Red Lodge ~ free ~ website~ contact phone: 406/446-3843 e-mail: email@example.com ~ A celebration of the release of the book "Stories from Montana's Enduring Frontier," hosted by the author.
18: Why You Should Learn How to Publish a Book with Susan Tantlinger. You should publish a book! Artists, photographers, writers, poets, families with boxes of photos, everyone! Come and join this workshop to see real, physical examples of books done by Susan Tantlinger. Learn how to do it yourself, and explore the possibilities in an enthusiastic, lively discussion. 1 – 3pm at the Arts Guild in Red Lodge. Cost is $20. For more information, call the Arts Guild in Red Lodge at (406) 446-1370.
18: Benefit Concert for Beartooth Humane Alliance with Joey + Roey ~ 8pm ~ Rock Creek Resort ~ $59.50 Premium Seating;$45.50 General Seating : Tickets go on sale April 1. Call 426-0092 for tix and info ~ Beartooth Humane Alliance is very proud to announce Joey + Rory the 2010 Academy of Country Music’s “Top New Vocal Duo” award winners will benefit the animals of Carbon County with an unforgettable intimate performance! A gifted and highly-sought-after songwriter, Rory has written four #1 hits (among them ‘Some Beach’ and ‘A Little More Country Than That’) and had dozens of his songs recorded by the biggest artists in country music. Joey + Rory are taking the world by storm with their love story and unique brand of ‘new classic’ country music.
23: Update - Potential Surface Settlement due to Historic Coal Mining at Red Lodge, MT ~ 7 pm ~ Carbon County Historical Society and Museum ~ Free to the Public ~ The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Abandoned Mine Lands Program (AML) will present updated information about historic coal mining at Red Lodge, Montana, potential surface settlement due to the historic mines, upcoming field investigations to determine if surface settlement as a result of the historic mines is occurring, and what the public can expect during investigation activities. The public is encouraged to attend and will have an opportunity to ask questions about historic mining, potential settlement, and the proposed investigation plan. From the 1980s to present, the DEQ AML Program has completed numerous investigation and reclamation projects related to coal mining and surface settlement resulting from the historic coal mines at the Red Lodge and Bear Creek areas.