Museum Hosts Gardiner Program: “On Growing Up Rural: Local Education for Living in the World”

The Yellowstone Gateway Museum hosts “On Growing Up Rural: Local Education for Living in the World,” a program given by teacher Casey Olsen on Monday, February 16, 7:00 PM, at the Gardiner School multi-purpose room. Olsen will address questions such as “How can Montana schools help our young people see the value in their rural roots?” and

Yellowstone Gateway Museum receives NEH Preservation Assistance Grant

The Yellowstone Gateway Museum (YGM) has recently received a National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) Preservation Assistance Grant to support its ongoing work of properly storing significant archival materials held in its collections. “It is my great pleasure to announce the latest round of NEH grant awards,” said NEH Chairman William Adams. “NEH grants play

Museum hosts Gardiner School program: “Montana Indians Today: 13,000 years and Counting” with Dr. Ruthann Knudson

The Yellowstone Gateway Museum (YGM) will host the Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau program “Montana Indians Today: 13,000 Years and Counting” with Dr. Ruthann Knudson on Wednesday, November 5. Knudson will give her one-hour program to Gardiner School students at 7:55-8:55, grades 9-12; and 8:58-9:58, grades 5-8. Programs are held in the Gardiner School multipurpose room and all