Posts Tagged ‘Events’

Backwoods Bistro at the Tamarack

January 26th, 2015 by teresa

http://www.historictamaracklodge.comJoin us in welcoming the Backwoods Bistro to the Tamarack!!  Serving dinner Weds – Sat and Saturday brunch through May we are offering an outstanding  50% off all lodging for guests dining with the Bistro.

Enjoy a yummy Friday night dinner  of seafood pasta or meatloaf and mashers followed by a half-price night at the lodge. Set yourself up for a Saturday of skiing or snowshoeing with Heather’s famous brunch to include cooked-from-scratch pastries.  Dinner will be waiting for you after your day of exploring and admiring the breathtaking scenery of our backyard.  Why not try the mussels with a salad entree, or baked brie with huckleberry compote? With 50% off lodging, you can afford to spend a second night in our 100-year old lodge before heading back to the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Saturday 7th February is opening night for the Bistro.  Serving from 4pm the Bistro will be joined by Dean and Riley to provide music and entertainment guaranteed to provide an evening of great music, great food and outstanding hospitality.

To book your choice of accommodation, call toll free on 877-387-4420 or book via our website.

Glacier National Park Snowshoeing

March 4th, 2011 by HTL

Snowshoeing

in Glacier National Park!

 

The Glacier National Park Fund  

invites you to come snowshoeing with us and Billy.

 

The purpose of each outing is to get some exercise, talk

about GNPF accomplishments and most importantly have fun in Glacier together.  There will be no formal interpretation

program – just having fun snowshoeing together.

 

All outings will last about 3 hours and are open to the public at no charge.  Meet at the GNPF office in Columbia Falls. Please note that park entrance fees are required for all participants.

 

Dates are February 25th,

March 11th and March 25th

For more details……

http://www.glacierfund.org/EVENTS/event.php?id=6

To sign up, please contact Kelly at

892-3250 or kelly@glacierfund.org

 

Entertainment at the Historic Tamarack Lodge

August 3rd, 2010 by HTL

At the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins, one of our favorite things is when we get to sit around a campfire and get to know our guests.   Watching the sun set between the mountains and seeing the stars slowly  in big Montana Sky is entertainment enough but the evening is perfected when we are fortunate enough to be serenaded cowboy-style.

We are delighted to be able to welcome singer/songwriter Brad Lee as he joins us and our guests around the campfire every Friday night at 8:30pm.

Brad was nominated twice for Grammy awards in his earlier career.  His cd’s are on sale in the Lodge gift shop and will be available on the nights he sings.

Reserve your space around the fire early and enjoy the melody of Brad’s guitar as you toast your smores and make your vacation even more memorable!

Columbia Falls

March 19th, 2010 by HTL

The closest small town to the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins, Columbia Falls, is located at the entrance of the Canyon, the Gateway to Glacier National Park.

For the kids, there is Pinewood Aquatic Park, with outdoor pool; the Big Sky Waterpark with its chutes and slides; and two great playparks.  For the adults there are antique stores, and plenty of places to dine.  Why not try the Three Forks Grill for a great evening out ?

In the Summer months there is a fantastic weekly Farmer’s Market selling local produce and showcasing local musicians.

In the Winter, take your snowmobile out on over 80 miles of groomed trails via the Canyon Creek Trailhead or rent from one of our local outfitters.

Celebrate Heritage Days the last week end in July with a Rodeo, Parade, Craft Fair, Car Show, Basketball 3-on-3 Tournament and 5K & 10K Runs.

Or, take a trip back in time via an alternative route to Glacier National Park by following the North Fork Road to the Camas Creek Park Entrance. A twenty mile drive following the North Fork River there are plenty of opportunities for photography and fishing. Be warned – the last nine miles of the roadway are not paved !

Just a few miles from your accommodation at the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins, add Columbia Falls to your itinerary for a great day out !

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