The Daly Mansion Trophy Room and grounds are available for rental. Contact Suzanne at 406-363-6004 ext. 2#.
Daly Mansion 2015 Events
(details will continued to be updated)
February 14th "An Evening Of Wine and Roses"
Wine Tasting 5:30 - 6:30 Dancing to the music of " Three Eared Dog"
Heavy Hors d'ouerves
No Host bar
Games, raffle, prizes, plus roses and chocolates for sale
$55 per person $100 per couple
Call for reservations 363-6004 x2#
The Daly Mansion
FREE 2015 Spring Speakers Series
Where: Daly Mansion Trophy Room. Enter through front door of Mansion
All Speakers begin at 10A.M. sharp - Doors open at 9:30AM
For questions or to make reservations call 363-6004 4#
Please leave a message with your name and phone number
Saturday, 7th 10am
Alcohol, Corsets, and the Vote: A Conversation with Mary Long Alderson
Presented by Humanities Living History Speaker Anne Foster
In celebration of the Montana women's suffrage centennial, join suffragette, temperance worker, dress reformer, and journalist Mary Long Alderson for a conversation. Drawing from her own editorials and other writings, she explains the benefits of votes for women as well as the evils of drink and tight lacing.
Saturday, 14th 10am WWII Liberty Ships Program
Presented by Daly Mansion Volunteer Don Erdman
What were “Liberty Ships”, why they were built and how were they named are just some of the questions Don will be answering in his presentation of Liberty ships named after well known Bitterooters, Marcus Daly and W.W. McCrakin.
Saturday, 21sr 10am War Horses to competitive Trail Horses
Presented by Daly Mansion Volunteer Nancy Smith
Daly’s granddaughter, Margit Bessenyey’s quest to establish the Hungarian Horse from her childhood to become the jumpers, cow cutters, saddle horse and competitive trail horses at her inherited Bitterroot Stock Farm and her ranch in Maryland.
Saturday, 28th 10am
Ranches of the Bitter Root Stock Farm Part 2
Presented by Daly Mansion Volunteer Mo Lischke
By 1902 Daly’s Bitter Root Stock Farm was divided into 9 different ranch departments, each specializing in different areas of agriculture, horticulture and stock raising. Mo will be discussing two of the ranches, the Steele and Johnson ranches which were later sold and became part of the Bitterroot Stock Farm Club.
Saturday, 4th 10am Salish Indians in the Bitterroot Presented by Daly Mansion Volunteer Bruce Gould
The Bitterroot Salish, their history, their culture & their legacy. What made them unique in the Native American world and how their interaction with the first explorers, trappers and settlers set the stage for our life in the Bitterroot today.