The MonDak Heritage Center is considered one of the finest facilities of its kind in the state of Montana and is the focal point of cultural activities in Richland County.
The Center houses a MonDak Pioneer Town Museum in its lower level with a street scene depicting an early MonDak region pioneer town. Upstairs are two art galleries, two libraries, and a gift shop featuring the work of regional artists, area authors and other unique gift items. Proceeds go to benefit the Center, which is operated by the MonDak Historical & Art Society, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, membership-based organization.
The MonDak Arts & Historical Society
The Society was originally formed in 1967 and opened a temporary museum known as the J.K. Ralston Museum and Art Center in 1972 in the "old hospital" in Sidney, Montana. Named after Ralston, the famed western artist and Richland County native, the Ralston Center operated until 1984, when the museum was moved to the recently completed "MonDak Heritage Center," its permanent and present location at 120 3rd Avenue SE in Sidney, Montana.
Some of the special services offered by the Society and the MonDak Heritage Center include:
Our Board and Staff
Board of Directors
Joe Bradley, President
Benjamin L. Clark,
Leann Pelvit, Administrative Assistant