The Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives was established in 1981 by ordinance to maintain the non-current records of the city-county of Butte-Silver Bow. Given the significant industrial, political, and social history of Butte in the American West, the government records and archival holdings are in great demand by scholars, authors, and genealogists.
The Clark Chateau is an historic mansion located in Uptown Butte, MT, dedicated to interpreting Butte’s fascinating and diverse history through the exploration of the humanities. Local artists, academics, writers, and performers are invited to utilize the space as a means of discussing the issues facing Butte today, placed in the larger context of the world around us.
The Covellite is a 225 seat theater with a small lounge/ reception area on the lower level. The 600 square foot stage will accommodate a variety of events such as: films & movies, theater acts, concerts, recitals, weddings, corporate events, and more. Smaller events can use the lower level 300 square foot stage or the smaller projector for small performances, puppet shows, slide shows, and small meetings.
KBMF is a project of the Butte America Foundation (BAmF), an independent 501(c)3 organization. Radio station supporters automatically become members of the non-profit organization, thereby becoming BAmFs. Your financial contributions are tax deductible and help us continue to offer quality programming and free broadcast training to members of the Butte community.
The Mother Lode seats 1,202
The Mother Lode is a popular venue for local, regional and national touring productions as well as community events. The Mother Lode is the performing home to the Butte Symphony Association and the Butte Community Concert Association.
A unique venue just outside the historic district of Butte. The venue was once a company store to Anaconda Mining Company and offers the historic feel of the times. Updated with an immersive experience towards entertainment.