GLIMMERS OF HISTORYAn archive of weekly social media posts that highlights photographs and stories from Yellowstone Gateway Museum collections, we are grateful to the photographers and donors of these images, capturing and preserving our lively history. Visit this page often as we will keep adding to these history moments. Or follow us on Instagram or
Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s First Online Exhibit Livingston, Montana: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces its first online exhibit, Exploring Yellowstone Through Art, featuring artwork by twenty-five local artists and the inspirational stories behind their artwork. On display at the museum during summer 2015 on the top floor of the museum, readers may now view the exhibit by
Chronicling Covid-19 and Telling Our Stories All residents of Park County and Yellowstone National Park are invited to participate. The museum welcomes submissions from all ages—from students to grandparents. Here are Chronicling Covid-19 writing prompts to get you started. Older students and adults click here. Younger grade school students’ prompts are here. You may also
Livingston, Montana The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s Wan-I-Gan Press recently published the second edition of History of Park County, Montana. First published in 1984, the second edition now includes an index. Led by Doris Whithorn, museum volunteers compiled the book in 1984. They recognized the importance of remembering individuals and families who settled here and the
The deadline has been extended to May 1 for past and present Park County, Montana residents to participate in Vignettes of History: Cultural Landscapes of Park County, a new multi-media exhibit. The exhibit portrays well-known and obscure cultural landscapes of Park County—the exterior of buildings, roads, fences, bridges, rock structures, and other “permanent” human-made structures.
Livingston: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces the opening of Pull Up a Chair: Tales from the Seats of History, an exhibit of twenty-eight chairs from the museum’s collection on display in the Pioneer Room. Also included are local stories and photographs of people and chairs. The free event is Saturday, June 23, 10-5 pm. at the