Time of year
David Cunningham, Member wrote a review Oct 8
WESTERN HERITAGE CENTER You will not build relationships, uncover opportunities or make better decisions. Only hard data will. Competitive advantage is no longer gained by filling seats, but by seeking the brightest people and having them develop the research you need to build your organization for the future. The Western Heritage Center offers the strategic tools and vision needed to optimize workforce dynamics, plan for the future, retain talent and tame the Board of Trustees. And you can do it all this with a phone call or on the internet – to the attention of Kevin Kooistra, Executive Director Ph. 406 256-6809 Ext. 127. Technology makes it so easy to advance your business interests without breaking a sweat. Your business Team and Board of Trustees are your most valuable assets. Invest wisely. The Western Heritage Center takes on the tough stuff. They’ve worked incredibly hard to get to where they are. Let’s face it they are at the top of they’re game. So when it comes to Business Historical Research needs, Kevin Kooistra and his Team of professionals can meet your most complex data research requirements. If you even think you’ll need data for improving your competitive advantage, just give Kevin K. a call and find out what the Western Heritage can do for you. Remember, we’re living at a unique time in history: seldom has a society changed so thoroughly, so rapidly. The big challenge for everyone – but especially established businesses – is to accept, rather than resist the pace of change. Only by embracing change and understanding the sequence of events can we mold our operations in a way that benefits all of us. There is a disconnect between businesses owned by different generations. Owners may look at the same events, but they both can see different things. And of course draw different conclusions. To move forward successfully is only possible if businesses have lock-solid data. The changes we’re living through right now are obliterating all of the boundaries – time, space, geography – all of which we have grown too accustomed to. In an age of sweeping transformation, the Western Heritage Center can help all businesses needing solid information to successfully adjust to change. In healthy communities of the future the old spirit of competition and “rugged individualism” – is giving way to data systems research fostered in large part by solid information brought to businesses by professionals like the Western Heritage Center. David Cunningham, Member Western Heritage Center…
Date of experience: August 2020
Ashley H wrote a review Sep 2020
Cute little museum! They were running a bee exhibit and a really cool exhibit called Sinners and Saints which showcased some very fascinating women. Parking was easy and the staff was helpful and informative.
Date of experience: September 2020
Tim Lehman wrote a review Sep 2020
Billings, Montana1 contribution
Great treasure here in the Treasure State. Fascinating exhibits of a diverse representation of the region, native and newcomers. Friendly staff, always helpful.
Date of experience: February 2020
Mona S wrote a review Sep 2020
The Western Heritage Center building itself is an experience! An old sandstone building quarried out of stones from the rimrocks that surround the valley. The staff are very helpful and eager to tell you all about the area. It's fun to take the walking tours and learn about the early days and the buildings. The paintings are exceptional and represent the best of the area artists and history. Their archives are just amazing and they can access all kinds of information!…
Date of experience: August 2020
MontanaTeach wrote a review Sep 2020
The staff is friendly and helpful. Their exhibits focus on a wide range of history, not just Buffalo Bill. Thoughtful, diverse, and interesting exhibits. Highly recommended!
Date of experience: December 2019