Roundhouse Roundup at the Depot: Fun, Food, and Good Folk Inbox x

The Livingston Depot Foundation plans to welcome up to 200 local residents and tourists to its

annual summer fundraising event: Roundhouse Roundup at the Depot, on Thursday July 20, 2017. The

event features a full chuck wagon dinner provided by the Beanery Café. Dancing to the music of local

artists Ric Steinke & Linda Hausler and their western swing group Open Range. Dinner and dancing will

take place in the unique and historical outdoor setting of the Depot with its majestic rounded colonnade

and ornate architectural detail. The Depot museum will also be open for the enjoyment of guests at the

event – featuring popular exhibits such as “Rails Across the Rockies” and “The Livingston Depot in

History and Architecture,” as well as a special exhibit “A Railroad Runs Through It” showcasing local

artists and their works celebrating our community’s unique and colorful relationship with the railroad.

Roundhouse Roundup at the Depot is a fun summer’s evening event intended to introduce and

re-introduce the community and visitors alike to the magnificent Livingston Depot – a true monument to

Livingston’s heritage right in the heart of the community. Proceeds from the event help fund ongoing

restoration and preservation of the historical Depot buildings as well as operation of the museum,

educational programs and community events at the Depot.

The evening is scheduled from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and ticket prices are $45 per person ($50 at the

door) with reserved table opportunities for groups of eight or more. Sponsorship opportunities are also

available. Tickets can be reserved by calling the Depot at 406 -222-2300.

The Livingston Depot was originally built in 1902. It has been restored and is operated by the

non-profit Livingston Depot Foundation. The Livingston Depot serves as a community cultural center

promoting the visual and performing arts, culture and history of the Yellowstone Region through its

museum, educational programs and events, for the benefit of Park County residents and visitors from

around the world.

The Depot Museum exhibits are open seven days a week, Monday through Saturday from 10 to

5, and Sunday from 1 to 5 with a modest admission. Group tours are also welcome, and more

information is available through the Depot office at (406) 222-2300 or its website,