Here it is, our Summer 2017 Rough Riders Review!
Take a look! We’re excited to share it with you!
And if you like what you see, consider becoming a member of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF). Perks of joining TRMF include free Medora Musical tickets, free Bully Pulpit Golf Course passes, and our quarterly Rough Riders Review.
Learn more and sign up here.
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Check out our Spring 2017 Rough Riders Review below!
We are excited to share with you all that is happening here at the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF)!
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Local artist Cathryn Reitler began an Artist in Residency program in the historic town of Medora, N.D., on July 19. As a part of the program, Reitler is living expense-free in one of the town’s 18th century antique homes, where she is able to paint onsite and has a gallery of her works for sale upstairs. Her residency will commence on July 29, with a reception held in her honor showcasing the pieces she has completed during her stay, along with pieces she created in preparation for the residency.
Reitler was one of only eight artists selected from a large pool of applicants. “I’ve wanted to do a residency for probably 10 years,” says Reitler, “but before this year, the timing just wasn’t right.”
This unfinished painting by Cat Reitler is among the work she is currently developing in Medora.
For an artist, the benefits of being in a residency are considerable, as the position provides a substantial amount of time for the artist to focus intently on creating pieces in an inspirational environment, along with a venue to sell their work.
Additionally, Reitler finds it fascinating to be able to compare how western culture is portrayed to Medora’s many tourists, with her own experience as someone who actually lives in the west. She also loves the requirement that she work in a public setting, providing her with the opportunity to connect with an art audience and potential patrons.
Just days after her return from Medora, Reitler will be at the Northeast Montana fair, where she will have selected pieces for sale and where she will again be painting onsite.
For more information about Reitler’s work, you can contact her at 406-671-0659. She is currently taking commissions for the fall and the holiday seasons. You can also check her out at cathrynreitler.com.
It’s going to be a Bully good time in Medora this weekend!
This weekend, July 14 – 16, marks the 4th Annual Gathering of TRs sponsored by the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation.
A troupe of TRs will take the city by storm this weekend as Theodore Roosevelt Re-enactors from around the nation pour into Medora for this much anticipated annual convention. READ MORE »
And the food is great too!
You’ll never experience anything quite like The Medora Gospel Brunch!
It leaves you feeling full, not just with delicious food, but in spirit too! READ MORE »
Here in Medora everyone is gearing up for Independence Day Weekend and the 4th of July!
However, no one is more excited than the Medora Musical Cast.
Because not only is it Independence Day Weekend and the 4th of July, but this Saturday marks the 53rd Anniversary of the Medora Musical!
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The 1st Annual Bull Moose Mud Run Went Off with a Bang–
–quite literally, as Lady Medora shot the gun that started what seems to have become a new favorite event in Medora.
It was the perfect day for a race… or was it an obstacle course? …Maybe a mud bath?
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Last weekend was opening weekend at the Medora Musical–and it was one rootin’-tootin,’ boot-scootin’ heck of a time!
There was singing.
There was dancing.
There was singing while dancing.
And of course, there was laughter all night long!
Here are some photos of the show in case you missed opening weekend, or just want to
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Hi! My name is Emily Wolter,
and I’m the Marketing Intern with the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. I know what some of you are thinking, “Do you mean, Emily Walter? The Emily Walter?”
No. Alas, I am not the “Queen of the West,” but I did spend my first day in Medora being introduced to many people — all of whom went through a series of confusion, shock, and amusement when they heard my name. READ MORE »
The 4th of July in Medora is a very special time. Patriotism is abundant as guests from all over the nation pour in to experience the most patriotic holiday in our historic town. We love the 4th so much here in Medora and would love for you to see why. Here are the top ten reasons you should make us your 4th of July destination this summer: READ MORE »