The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is celebrating Museum and Cultural History Day on Thursday, August 18, from 10 AM to 6 PM. Special activities and interactive exhibits are featured that day during this free event. The day is part of the week-long Park County Days held in Livingston, Montana beginning August 14. New exhibits include “1916:
The Friends of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum are excited to announce their participation in Beer for a Cause, Tuesday, July 12, from 4-8 PM at the Katabatic Brewing Company, 117 W. Park St., in Livingston. Katabatic Brewing Co. will donate $1 for every pint of beer sold during the evening. New pub glasses, specially designed
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces the opening of two new exhibits, “1916: One Hundred Years Ago in Park County” and oil paintings by Tom L. Roberts that depict regional fur trappers and explorers in rich detail. Both of the museum’s new exhibits relate and celebrate this year’s National Park Service (NPS) centennial. The 1916 exhibit
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces its summer hours, effective now through September . The museum is open seven days a week, from 10 AM to 5 PM and is located at 118 W. Chinook St. in Livingston. Please visit the museum’s website, www.yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org or call 406-222-4184, for more information.
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum celebrates Living History Day and the opening of two new exhibits on Saturday, June 4. Artisans demonstrate flint knapping, blacksmithing, leather working, Dutch-oven cooking, and basketweaving while an area rancher brings two lambs to round out the outdoor activities. Free admission celebrates the opening of two new exhibits, “1916: 100 Years
Livingston, MT: Christian Takes The Gun Parrish, also known as Supa Man, is coming to Livingston to perform on Thursday, May 19, 6:30 PM, at the Park High Rec Plex, 102 View Vista Dr. in Livingston, Montana. Everyone is invited to attend this free program that is part of “Culture, Conservation, and Collaboration in the
Livingston, MT: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s final Spring Speaker Series program, “Resilience: Stories of Montana Indian Women,” by Laura Ferguson is slated for Thursday, May 12, 7 PM, at the Livingston-Park County Public Library, 228 W. Callendar. The illustrated program is free, open to the public and refreshments are provided. In 2014, the Montana
Livingston, MT: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum continues its Spring Speaker Series on Thursday, April 14, 7 PM, at the Livingston-Park County Public Library, 228 W. Calendar. “Yellowstone: Yesterday & Today,” an illustrated program given by co-authors Bob Berry and Paul Horsted, is based on their book of the same title. They bring the grandeur of
Museum’s Annual Meeting Features Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau Program “Montana 1864: Stories from Montana’s Creation,” with Ken Egan
Livingston, MT: The annual meeting of the Friends of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum is Thursday, March 31, 6:30 PM, at the Livingston-Park County Public Library, 228 W. Calendar. Immediately following the brief meeting, at 7:00 PM, is a program by Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau speaker, Ken Egan, “Montana 1864, Stories from Montana’s Creation.” The
Livingston, Montana: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is pleased to announce the opening of a new permanent exhibit in the museum’s Transportation Room. “Wilsall to Wonderland: Trails, Roads, and Rails” explores transportation themes with engaging, interactive exhibits for the whole family. The new exhibit opens to the public on Friday, February 19, from 10 AM-5 PM.