During the second week of August, Native Americans gather from all across North America in Fort Hall, Idaho, for the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival. Held annually since 1964, the festival is rated one of the best powwows in Indian Country. The amazing handmade regalia worn during the drumming and dancing competitions and the grand entrance are […]
Wyoming is truly cowboy country, and there is no better way to experience that first-hand than by booking a stay at a dude ranch. Wyoming is proud to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the country’s first and oldest dude ranch, Eaton’s Ranch, which still welcomes guests today. Located in Wolf, Wyoming, Eaton’s Horse Ranch coined […]
Every year, the city of Caldwell transforms into a real-life winter wonderland from the weekend before Thanksgiving until the first week of January. Over 1 million LED Christmas lights decorate the city, painting its streets in glowing reds, purples and blues. The more than 1 million holiday lights cover trees, buildings and bridges all over […]
Crazy Horse Memorial Volksmarch (Custer), June 1 & October 1 Hike up the mountain to stand face-to-face with Crazy Horse! The volksmarch is the most popular organized hike in the United States, welcoming nearly 15,000 hikers. Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant (De Smet), July 5-7, 12-14, 19-21 The annual Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant in De Smet […]
Rapid City, South Dakota, offers a wealth of unique events providing visitors with a diverse and unforgettable experience. Discover the heart of the Black Hills by attending one of the many iconic events in the area! The Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo The Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo is a 10-day extravaganza that […]
January 6, 2024, marks the 105th anniversary of Theodore Roosevelt’s passing, a significant milestone in not just North Dakota’s history, but the whole nation’s. His robust conservation efforts, visionary policies and impact on the United States’ political landscapes are immeasurable and memorialized throughout North Dakota through Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora, and the Theodore Roosevelt […]
Montana Folk Festival is one of the largest free music events in the northwestern U.S. Held in Butte from July 12-14, 2024, multiple stages offer a variety of traditional and ethnic performers. A great way to enjoy local art is by attending community Art Walks, usually held on Friday evenings once a month. Browse galleries […]
Buffalo and Kaycee, Wyoming, are among the few remaining authentically Western towns where the past and the present collide. This community is full of rich and diverse cultures keeping their heritage alive in everyday practice from agriculture to art, trade skills and music. Here, you can interact with experts while getting hands-on with ancient techniques […]
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2024. Formed during eight major eruptions over thousands of years, this unique landscape of lava flows and cinder cones resembles the moon’s surface, which made it the perfect training ground for NASA’s Apollo 14 mission. Anniversary events will be held May […]
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