The Montana Living History Program is a 501c3, non-profit organization founded in 2005.
To perpetuate the historic skills of our frontier past and teach, through re-enactment and preservation, an understanding of our rich, Western heritage.
A community that embraces its historic past as part of its future plans.
We are an organization of volunteers, dedicated to re-creating the days of old west Montana for the education and enrichment of all. Volunteers are the heart of our program and many of them are skilled and experienced artisans, re-enactors, equestrians, firearm experts, historians and preservationists. We are the sponsor organization for the Prickly Pear Oyate and the Queen City Belles.