Enjoy an entertaining day of golf and prizes while raising money for our museum to help ensure the high quality of educational programs and local agricultural history preservation. We are hosting an 18 hole scramble with a shotgun start at 1 pm at the beautiful Pryor Creek Golf Club. Registration will begin at 11:30 am. The cost for a 4 person team is $400. The tournament will include green fees, carts, range balls, flag prizes, gross and net payout and lunch. We will have raffle items, mulligans, and a 50/50 raffle. Our museum operates solely on donations, grants, and fundraisers. Help us meet our goal while having fun. Please calls us with any questions at 406-348-2533.
We appreciate our members! They are instrumental in helping us maintain the high quality of our museum and the services we provide. To give thanks to our members we are having an ice cream and pie social at our annual meeting. We look forward to seeing everyone!
It seemed to go over amazingly well last year, so we are doing it again!!!
Reserve your spot now!!
There will be a $10 fee to cover costs of food etc. And the number of spots are limited to 10.
To register, please call the museum.
You will not just be watching, you will actually be helping make dinner! We will do a variety of things for the meal, so you can learn how to cook on different styles of cast iron. If you have cast iron, bring it with you! We will use all the dutch ovens we can get. (And yes, this is selfish on my part...because any leftovers in your pan go home with you....so less cleaning up for me....LOL)
One of the fun things about this, is that you will get to spend time with the reenactors around the campfire during and after dinner. This is a time of great fun, and often includes singing, stories and laughter.
please come dressed to be close to the campfire. This means no loose fitting clothing. And wool if you have it, as it is safest around the fire.
Learn what it was like live 150 years ago! Chat with Civil War-era soldiers, rub elbows with the infamous "sutler" enjoy the company of ladies, taste the foods they are, visit with a Native American, and learn about the hardships of the pioneering life and people that shaped Montana at this unique interactive and family-friendly event by the Northern Rockies Civil War Associaton.
For full details and all planned activities, find the Northern Rockies Civil War Association on Facebook or call the Huntley Project Museum at 406-348-2533
An enjoyable evening of food, cocktails, music, and festivities. An art auction will also be held to raise funds for special Museum projects. These historic photographs of the construction of the Huntley Irrigation Project have not been seen for over 100 years! The preservation through digitization of these photos was made possible by a grant awarded to the Huntley Project Museum by Humanities Montana. Thank you to Trudie Porter Biggers for your exceptional talent and hard work.
RSVP Appreciated 406-348-2533
Historic photograph of miners digging the main tunnel provided courtesy of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation.
Come join us for a lovely afternoon of Christmas cheer and charity from 1 pm to 3:30 pm on December 16th, 2017. Each guest will have the opportunity to purchase tickets and bid on their favorite gift basket from local business and artists. Refreshments will be available.
$5 for 5 tickets or $8 for 10 tickets
Our sponsors include:
Pryor Creek Golf Club, R&R Trading, Cowboys Resturant, Mary Knapp and Cabin Creek Market.
On December 2nd we will decorate gingerbread houses at the Huntley Project Museum to be entered into the contest that will be judged on December 9th. Santa will be at the fire station. Pryor Creek Golf Course will host a golf cart palooza. Entry fees are $25 and the winner will receive $100 in cash. There will be drawing and Passport event with local businesses. More details will be posted soon!
HOSTED BY HUNTLEY PROJECT MUSEUM
The fun starts with decorating the gingerbread from 10 am to 3 pm on December 2, 2017.
All the gingerbread art will be on display in the museum until the winners are revealed during the Huntley Stroll on December 9, 2017.
Please bring your own gingerbread and / or kit and we will supply the decorations!
The turkey shoot is for kids and adults and each round costs $3 (5 shots). Winners receive a turkey. Remy's Catering Food Truck will be here if you get hungry. Proceeds will help support our new addition. Everyone will be shooting nerf guns at targets. The targets will be scored on a point system. Each person will submit their highest scoring target and winners will be chosen from kid's, women's, and men's group. Three places in each group will receive prizes. There will be a basketball shooting contest winners receive a 2-liter bottle of soda. We will have a veterans tribute presentation in the museum during the turkey shoot. At 3 pm we will have a 10 gun raffle!!
We are creating a beautiful Halloween walk with glowing jack o lanterns and lights. Callabout our pumpkin contest! Our ghosts and ghouls will be out as well. Enjoy our campfire while roasting marshmallows and sipping apple cider. We will have games for kids and candy for those in costume!
Cost: $1 for Kids $3 for Adults
The Huntley Project Museum will be hosting our scariest event yet. Fright Night will be a haunted tour starting at 6:30 and go until 8:30 pm. All things that go bump in the night will be on hand. Screaming is likely, our museum's spirits may show up and join the fun. So if you're brave enough come join us!
Saturday August 26, 2017
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Anything Goes Car and Motorcycle Show
At the Huntley Project Museum Enjoy our relaxing park like setting with shady trees. I'm Cravin Bar B Que food truck will be there!
406-348-2533 -770 Railroad Hwy - Huntley, MT 59037
THE 2017 THRESHING BEE FEATURING
WHEN: SATURDAY AUGUST 19TH & SUNDAY AUGUST 20TH, 2017
10:00AM TO 4:00 PM SATURDAY & SUNDAY
WHERE: HUNTLEY PROJECT MUSEUM, HUNTLEY, MONTANA
(Approximately 15 miles NE of Billings, Montana on Hwy 312 E between Huntley & Worden, MT)
Admission: $5.00 per person (age 12 & over)
Huntley Project Museum Schoolhouse 770 Rail Road Highway, Huntley, Montana 59037
August 1, 2017
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Join us in Huntley, Montana, just minutes from Billings. The Huntley Project Museum Schoolhouse is located next to the Montana Southern Agricultural Research Center.
The Family History Book Fair will feature a class by Holly T. Hansen, and a roundtable for questions and answers with Holly and Arlene H. Eakle.
Bring your sack lunch and current genealogy questions. We expect to have a great time!
The 53nd Annual Homesteader Days event will kick off the evening of July 7th, 2017 with the Outdoor Concert event featuring Neal McCoy, Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band and The Bucky Beaver Ground Grippers. Gates open at 5:00 pm. Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band will begin at 7:00 pm, followed by our main act Neal McCoy at 8:30 pm. The local favorite, The Bucky Beaver Ground Grippers, will entertain the crowd until 1:00 am.
The concert will be held in the beautiful, 7-acre Homesteader Park. There will be lots of room, plenty of shade trees, and a park full of nice folks and great music. Please bring your own lawn chairs. Food and beverages will be available onsite. No coolers allowed please!
Advanced tickets are $35 and are available online or at our ticket outlets Shipton's Big R Billings, MT locations, R&R Trading in Huntley, MT and Project Merc, Worden, MT. Advanced tickets will be available at all physical locations starting May 5 and online tickets cannot be purchased the day of the concert. All tickets purchased the day of the concert will be $40 at all physical locations listed above. Kids 6 and under get in free. Prepurchased online tickets must be exchanged at the gate at the ticket booth for an authentic ticket to enter the park.
Event is hosted by HP Lion's and Lioness Clubs. Huntley Project Lions & Lioness Club is a local nonprofit organization supporting the local Huntley Project area through volunteer activities, scholarships and goodwill. For more info visit www.hplionsclub.org.
The Huntley Project Museum has a fireworks booth out front every summer. Sales begin the week preceding July 4th and continue until the weekend after the holiday. Prices are very reasonable and we open early and stay late. Come on in the check out our fantastic selection!
Come join us in celebration 110 years of water flowing in the Huntley Project Irrigation Canal. We will have a dedication ceremony of our mercantile building at 1 pm on June 24. A generous grant from the Daughters of the American Revolution helped make this building a reality.
We are a success story of pioneer spirit creating communities. To honor all theose that cane before us, we are going to have a Homesteaderr Potluck at 2:30 pm. Just as they would come together and share food, we would like you to bring in a favorite dish from the past with the recipe which will be published in a future cookbook.
Our museum tells the story of the pioneer spirit which embodies the American Dream to have the opportunity to pursue goals like owning land and having a career of your choice. Many pioneers married and had a partner to help in all aspects of their lives. Women and men worked long hours and dealt with numerous hardships to build a life they were proud of. The strong relationships they created between each other and their community is the heart of the success of our thriving community today. We chose the month of June to honor the many bonds started long ago and a dress that symbolizes hope and new beginnings. The dresses are as unique and wonderful as the brides that wore them. To help us bring the stories of our past to life the elegant Moss Mansion has graciously and warmly collaborated with us by loaning dresses along with their stories. These dresses will be on display all month in June.
There will be live firing demonstrations, cooking, food and other authentic demonstrations including horses. Author and Historian Ken Robison will be at the museum on Saturday for a book signing of his four books about Montana's relationship with the Civil War. There will be other activities as well. Admission is free! There will be activites for all ages who want to come learn and have fun.
Our Kentucky Derby Party kicks off at 1pm the with talented Loraine Marsh and her wonderful hat show in our historic schoolhouse. We will provide an afternoon tea with snacks. RSVP for tickets 406-348-2533.
After our Hat and Tea show at 3 pm we will have a Remember When area set up in our historic school with yearbooks, pictures and coffee.
Outside at 3 pm we will host a wide variety games and activities for all ages. Snacks will be available.
At approximately 4:30 we will show the Kentucky Derby!
Call us at 406-348-2533 for all questions and details.
Our Party to support our children's programs is the perfect time to wear your best derby hat!
Lorraine Marsh and her wonderful entourage will be entertaining us in grand Kentucky Derby fashion with our first ever Kentucky Derby Hat Show! Cost is $10 per person - all proceeds go to fund our children's programs. Please dress up and show off your own amazing style!
The Huntley Project Museum is hosting our annual quilt show here at the Museum, 770 Rail Road Highway, Huntley, Montana 59037. Quilters from all over the country bring their quilts to display at this event. Doors open at 9:00 AM on February 1, 2017 and the displays will continue until 4:00 PM February 11th, 2017. Bring family and friends to enjoy this unique art form!
The Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture is pleased to host a unique Candlelight Tour of the Museum and Historic Town Site on December 21, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM here at the Museum, 770 Rail Road Highway, Huntley, Montana 59037. Come out and enjoy the Museum and grounds at night by candlelight. Hot chocolate and wassail and treats will be provided along with a roaring out-door campfire.