We are host to many special events throughout the year that bring people from all over the world to our remote Montana destination. Peruse our event stream and plan to join us if you can!

The staff at the Chamber are happy to answer any questions you have about events in the area. Contact us today for assistance.

If you have an event you would like listed here, call 406-838-2495


2022 Hog Roast Fundraiser - March 13 & 14

2022 Upper Yellowstone Snowmobile Club 25th Annual Hog Roast Fundraiser! 

Come join us for our 25th Annual Hog Roast Fundraiser. Just a few things that will be happening that weekend.

Get your pre-sale tickets before the hog roast for $15.00. They will be $20 at the door.

Friday Night at Miners Lodge
Silent Auction Items
Wine & Beer tasting
Great food
Bra Pong (chance to win a Permafrost cooler Saturday @ the hog roast)
Possible Photo Booth
50/50 drawing

Saturday- Day Time Fun
Poker Run
Hotdogs & Bonfire at Round Lake Warming Hut
Possible Corn Hole Tournament

Saturday Afternoon starting at 4pm Location Antlers Lodge
Hog Roast Dinner
Sled Raffle (get your tickets at the local businesses in Cooke)
Gun Raffle (get your tickets at the local businesses in Cooke)
Men’s, ladies, and kids raffle item tables
Bra Pong
Live Auction
Door Prizes
Hog Roast Swag
50/50 Drawing

Saturday Night starting at 9pm-midnight Miners Saloon
Live Music by Lee, Charlies & Jeff (part of the local Beef Lips Band)
50/50 Drawing

Throughout the whole weekend there will be other prizes and games. Best wrapped sled, oldest sled, possibly a friendly barrel race competition…ETC


July 4th Parade, Firemen's Picnic, Kid's Games and Fireworks

Parade at 10:00 a.m. We start out the day with a Parade on Main Street. Please call the Chamber at 406-838-2495 if you would like to be part of the parade.

Firemen’s Picnic at 11:00 a.m. in front of the Cooke City/Silver Gate EMS Services building.

Kid’s games at 2:00 p.m. at the Cooke City Store in Cooke City.

Fireworks at dark.

2022 Annual Church Bazaar - July 10 and July 11

Tools, equipment, winter and summer sports gear, clothing, books, games, puzzles, household and kitchen items, furniture in usable shape, decorative items, and linens.  ​

The Annual Church Bazaar provides resources which enable a year-round ministry, and it’s a great way to both meet people in the community and support the ministry and outreach of the Church.

Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. – Noon

2022 International Hemingway Conference - July 24 - July 26

See below for Local information to attend this conference:

The 2020 International Hemingway Conference provides both new scholarship and an opportunity to experience and explore Hemingway’s Rocky Mountain West.

Hemingway arrived by Model-T in Sheridan in 1928 shortly after the birth of his son, Patrick. He left wife and child in search of a quiet place to finish writing A Farewell to Arms. His first stop, the Folly Ranch proved too full of distractions. He fared little better on the third floor of the Sheridan Inn. Finally, in a cabin in the Big Horns he found the place he was looking for. Places to visit. Places to explore.

He went West again in 1930 and traveled across Wyoming to the L-T ranch just outside Cooke City, Montana. It was then, and still is, wild country—spectacularly beautiful, a bit intimidating, and bereft of some 21st Century amenities.

To attend this 2020 International Hemingway Conference you must be member and register for this conference.

1) Go to and go to the membership tab to join

2022 Vacation Bible School at Mt. Republic Chapel

July 27 – July 31

9:30 a.m. till noon.

More Information to follow!

CANCELLED 2020 Cooke City Street Dance - Saturday, August 1, 2020

Lee, Charlie & Jeff.  They will be whoopin’ up a good time, blasting their rockgrass infusion!

Music Provided by Lee, Charlie and Jeff

Shakespeare In The Park - Saturday, August 15 at 6:00 p.m. in the Silver Gate Park

Cymbeline by William Shakespeare

Cymbeline, also known as The Tragedie of Cymbeline or Cymbeline, King of Britain, is a play by William Shakespeare set in Ancient Britain and based on legends that formed part of the Matter of Britain concerning the early Celtic British King Cunobeline. Although listed as a tragedy in the First Folio, modern critics often classify Cymbeline as a romance or even a comedy. Like Othello and The Winter’s Tale, it deals with the themes of innocence and jealousy.

(Last year’s photo)