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Date posted: 12/13/2013

A Christmas Carol Play at the Alberta Bair Theater

Taking place on December 19th at the Alberta Bair Theater, the curtain opens at 7:30pm for an evening of excellent holiday entertainment. In addition, a pre-performance workshop will be taking place from 5:30pm-7pm at the Moss Mansion.

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Date posted: 11/18/2013

A Fairytale Christmas Display at Moss Mansion

This holiday season, the beautiful Moss Mansion will come alive for ‘A Fairytale Christmas Display’ of amazing trees. Seventeen local non-profit charitable organizations have decorated their own trees in stunning style matching the fairytale theme.

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Date posted: 08/15/2012

September Events in Billings, Montana

Summer may be over, but there is still plenty going on in Billings, Montana! Those staying in Billings MT hotels in September can explore the Montana Rescue Mission at HopeFest and drink to their hearts content at the Yellowstone American Museum at Oktoberfest. Read the details on these fun...

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Date posted: 06/13/2012

"Hotel Impossible" Visits Dude Rancher Lodge!

When the Dude Rancher Lodge first opened in Billings, Harry S. Truman was president. The Billings Mustangs had just been founded. Billings was an icon for the true western experience, with its traditional ranch house lodging. Now the new Travel Channel show “Hotel Impossible” is giving Dude...

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Date posted: 08/24/2010


The Dude Rancher Lodge has recently been added onto the National Register of Historic Places, which is America's official list of historic properties that provide a valuable link to our country's past and are deemed worthy of preservation.

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Date posted: 05/04/2010

Dude Rancher Lodge to Be Nominated for the National Registry of Historic Places - May 22, 2010

Since 1950, the Dude Rancher Lodge has provided warm, western hospitality to each and every one of our guests. On Saturday May 22, 2010, we will be nominated for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.

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