Located in Lewistown, the heart of Montana, Mountain View Motel offers friendly accomodation in a beautiful location. The Mountain View Motel has 32 guest rooms. Rooms are clean with comfortable beds. Room amenities consist of 4-cup coffee makers, expanded cable TV with 3 movie channels, and
The historic Lewistown Art Center was born in 1971 when members of the Montana Art Institute purchased the Lehman Bunkhouse on Broadway at auction and began renovating the old landmark. Later the Von Tobel Carriage House was moved from Watson Street and adjoined to the stone bunkhouse.
The Lewistown City Pool is the place to beat the heat during the Central Montana summer. The 50-meter pool features two diving boards and two waterslides. The pool is open to the public and offers swimming and diving lessons, a swim team and a variety of special events throughout the summer. The
Two nights a week the parish hall at St. James Episcopal Church comes to life with the sights and sounds of the students of Dancin’ Feet running into the building sporting tights, leotards, sweats and even a few tutus, pink bal-let slippers in hand.
Instructor Christina Behl and her two teenage
Worn hardwood floors reflect in the wall of mirrors while red velvet curtains drape one window and the tall door at the back of the room. At one time it was a roller skating rink, then remodeled into an art gallery. Today the stone building on Broadway between Sixth and Seventh Avenues is the home
A wide array of adult education and college course work is available locally through a collaborative effort of Montana State University-Northern, Lewistown School District No. One, and Educational Opportunities for Central Montana (EOCM).
College course work provided by MSU-Northern allows area
The Boys & Girls Club of Lewistown has been providing a safe and fun learning environment to the community of Lewistown for several years. Offering fun activities, field trips, photography classes, gym, a computer lab, as well as a snack and evening dinner, the Boys & Girls Club really is
Twinkling Lights and Every thing Bright
Beginning with the Country Christmas Craft and Gift Show in November at Fergus County Trade Center, activities and shopping opportunities highlight the holiday sea-son in Central Montana. Lewistown’s downtown specialty shops offer the finest in gift giving
While 1947 marked the first Montana Winter Fair, a predecessor had existed for some time. Called the Bozeman Livestock Show Association, it had been formed by those interested in agriculture and livestock from the Gallitan Valley Area. In December of 1946 a group from that area formed a non-profit
Thanks to an impressive variety of game in Central Montana, hunters are drawn to the beauty and adventure found in this area considered by some to be a sportsman’s paradise.
The Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge has a number of game birds and animals, including elk, mule and whitetail deer,
Leininger Ranch Log Cabins provide comfortable and private accommodations on a scenic ranch near Lewistown any time of year. Three charming log cabins sleep up to 4 or 9 each and include full kitchens, private hot tubs, BBQ grills and beautiful views. There is plenty of wildlife for fishing,
The small burgundy-colored cherry looks more like a small round berry the size of a pea. If eaten right off the bush, the bitter taste leaves no question as to why early settlers gave the chokecherry its name. But the women of the region quickly learned that a little sugar and cooking could turn
The day begins at 7 a.m. with the Kiwanis pancake breakfast to fuel up for the Chokecherry 1K, 5K and 10K walks and runs that begin at 9 a.m. Awards, medals and ribbons will be given for numerous placings and the event has categories for all ages and skill levels. A one-mile fun run will be held at
When you think of animal fur trappers, you might think of Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett. You probably think of a man who spends most of his time in the mountains, shaves rarely and bathes less. And there just may be a few modern-day trappers like that, but today many trappers are doctors and
Keepin’ It cowboy!
The Montana Cowboy Poetry Committee is abuzz with preparations for next summer’s Annual Montana Cowboy Poetry Gathering. A 4-day celebration of the cowboy way of life on the upper Rocky Mountain front and the best grasslands in the world to the east of it, beginning with the
Sew It! Grow It! Show It!
The Central Montana Fair & Rodeo celebrates summer fun and community togetherness in fine fashion during the last week of July at the Fergus County Fairgrounds. The 4-H horse show and small animal judging begins Monday, July 25. Opening day of the fair on
The Montana High School Rodeo Association (MHSRA) is one of the 41 states, 5 Canadian provinces, and Australia that is involved in the National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA). The Central Montana Rodeo Club and the Roy Rodeo Club is proud to host one of the many high school rodeos that are
For two days, the population of Roy explodes as contestants and fans gather for the Annual Roy Rodeo. Held each year on Father’s Day week-end, attendees will enjoy the great events of rodeo - Steer Wrestling, Saddle Bronc, Breakaway Roping, Tie Down Roping, Barrel Racing, Kids’ Barrel Racing, Steer
The grassy lawn speckled with fir trees at the Fergus County Fairgrounds is the perfect stage for experiencing one of Shakespeare’s renowned plays. Montana Shakespeare in the Park performs in the summer breeze, as was traditional in Shakespeare’s time.
Montana Shakespeare in
Montana’s premier cross-country motor cross race is held right here in central Montana, just north of Lewistown in the rugged Missouri River breaks near Winifred. The Burnt Timber XC voted most FUN by riding enthusiasts from all over the region, is part of a 7 round racing series. The series can be