Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation announces Joe Wiegand to return as Theodore Roosevelt for 2019 through 2021 seasons.
Christmas is our favorite holiday!
There’s a ton of fun fall activities in Medora right now, including our upcoming Wild West Fright Fest and more!
But we love Christmas so much that we’re jumping ahead to announce that we’re having three week’s worth of events this Holiday season.
It starts with A Magical Medora Christmas
Touring November 24 – December 22 | Plus Christmas Stay & Play Packages for the Medora stop of the tour
More than 30 shows in 24 communities plus an exclusive Magical Medora Christmas weekend when the tour comes to Medora on November 30 and December 1. Tickets go on sale October 15!
Tour schedule, ticket and package info here.
Medora’s Old Fashioned Cowboy Christmas
December 7 – 9
Live music with a community dinner, eats on the streets, a veteran’s event and more!
Learn more about how we plan to celebrate Christmas western-style here.
Bold St. Nicks’s Winter Fatbike Race
Be bold and brave the cold during the coolest mountain bike race this side of the Little Missouri River!
The creators of the famous Maah Daah Hey 100 bring you this winter fatbiking event in heart of the winter Badlands — and, oh yeah, there’s a race for those of you on Naughty and the Nice List.
Learn more about the Bold St. Nick’s Winter Fatbike Race here.
Originally published in Inspired Women Magazine.
Women of Medora features inspiring women who have made an impact on the world through their time living and working in Medora.
Kathy Solga, an Inspiring Woman
If you stop out at Medora’s Bully Pulpit Golf Course on a September afternoon, you’ll notice a few things.
First, the summer tourist season doesn’t appear to be over in the least, with a full parking lot, bustling pro shop, and shiny, scoria-colored golf carts zipping around almost every breathtaking hole. (While the famed Medora Musical wraps up the second weekend of September, Bully Pulpit keeps hosting golfers until late October, or until the snow flies—whichever comes first.)
Second, if you’re looking for golf shop manager Kathy Solga, you may have to get in line, as it seems just about everyone on the course knows her and wants to give her a warm hello. But don’t worry—not only will she be happy to take time to visit, she’ll make you feel like you are the only person in the room.