Women, Waders, and Wine
Sunday, Oct 11th, 2020
We’re now offering day pass options for this event, as rooms have sold out. Raise your glass because this one is for the ladies! On Sunday, October 11th, during Breast Cancer Awareness month, get away with the girls for an event at Sage Lodge full of fly fishing instruction, culinary experiences, and women's activities benefitting Casting for Recovery. Sage Lodge will be donating 10% of all packages sold back to Casting for Recovery to help support their 2021 outdoor retreats for women with breast cancer.
NEW DAY PASS OPTIONS: Event Passes must be reserved by October 4, 2020
- Women's Fly Fishing 101 (2:00-4:30pm): Afternoon Fly Fishing 101 class out on the pond with Angler's West instructors, along with a special welcome amenity from Casting for Recovery. $30 per person.
- Women's Fly Fishing 101 + Group Private Dinner (approximately 2:00pm-7:00 pm): Afternoon Women's Fly Fishing 101 class followed by a four-course private meal by Executive Chef Daniel Cox. Enjoy wine, cocktails, conversation, and education about fly fishing and women in the industry, while overlooking the Yellowstone River and Paradise Valley. Also includes a special welcome amenity and opening remarks by Casting for Recovery. $100 per person.
TO BOOK YOUR DAY EVENT PASS, PLEASE CALL 855.400.0505 AND REFERENCE THE WOMEN, WADERS & WINE EVENT.
Advance reservations required. Day Passes must be reserved by October 4, 2020. Passes are pre-paid and non-refundable.
Thanksgiving at Sage Lodge
Bring the family together with a decadent Thanksgiving Dinner in The Grill, by Sage Lodge Executive Chef, Daniel Cox.
Advance reservations required; subject to availability; blackout dates may apply; cannot be combined with any other offer, discount or existing contract. Group rates only available to parties requiring 10 or more guestrooms per night. Rates do not include tax and service charge, unless otherwise noted. Rates are subject to change.
THE ULTIMATE GETAWAY
Distinctive Montana hospitality amidst rugged beauty on the banks of the Yellowstone River.