Glacier Centennial: Celebrate Tamarack Lodge

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Help celebrate 100 Years of Community in the Canyon at Tamarack Lodge in Hungry Horse, June 5, 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm.

The Historic Tamarack Lodge was built in 1907 and served in its original location as the Visitors Center for Glacier National Park. The public is invited to celebrate the lodge’s heritage with an evening of entertainment and discovery as part of Glacier National Park’s 2010 Centennial.

Relax in the original lodgepole pine architecture of the Lodge as local historian Bill Dakin brings to life the small communities that surrounded it in its early days, then sit back and enjoy the soothing sounds of Brad Lee, as the Grammy-nominated musician and local resident sings songs inspired by the beauty of the mountains.

Built in 1907, the lodge was moved to its current location in 1948 and completely renovated in 2003.

Each e-book sold benefits Glacier National Park

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