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Skijoring Awards Party

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The Sunday Awards Party will be at The Virginian Lodge at 6 PM or earlier if possible.

Saturday Skijoring Party

mug of beerThe Saturday Skijoring Party will be at the Hole Bowl located at 980 W. Broadway from 6 PM to closing time.

We will be in the “Garage” area with a bar, pool tables and private lanes!

 

Jackson Hole Skijoring 2019

Image may contain: 1 person, outdoorJackson Hole Skijoring 2019

Gates open at 11 AM. Races start at NOON – 3 PM. Gates close at 3:30 PM.

Jackson Hole Skijoring is an event in which teams of riders, horses and skiers, will be traveling from states throughout the Rocky Mountain region to compete in what is bound to be an annual landmark and highly anticipated Jackson event. The race kicks off a larger national series of 10 races culminating in a national championship finals in West Yellowstone, MT on March 9th & 10th.

The 2019 event is being held at the Teton County Fairgrounds for the first time, and we anticipate heightened attendance. The race also stands to attract an impressive field of competitors from experienced teams vying for points to parents and their children giving skijoring a whirl.
For more information, contact Loren Zhimanskova (646) 209-0229 [email protected] or go to www.jacksonholeskijoring.org or www.skijorusa.com.

 

This is a family-friendly event, with vendor tents, food and drinks.

A $10 gate fee will be charged ($20 for families) and KIDS ARE FREE.

A portion of proceeds will benefit The Shrine Hospitals for Children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

All participants are welcome. No DOGS and No DRONES please!

 

The Saturday Skijoring Party is at The Hole Bowl 980 W. Broadway from 6 PM to close. We will be in the “Garage” area with a bar, pool tables and private lanes!

The Sunday Awards Party is at The Virginian Lodge at 6 PM or earlier if possible.

 

Kick Off and Registration Party for Jackson Hole Skijoring 2019

mug of beerThe Friday Kick Off / Registration Party will be at Sidewinders Smokehouse & Tavern located at 945 W. Broadway from 5 PM to 8 PM.

Discounts on beer will be extended to competitors.

Ski Races: 2019 Pica’s Margarita Cup Race Series

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2019 Pica’s Margarita Cup Race Series

Do you like margs?
Do you like going fast?
Do you like good, old-fashioned trash talking?Recruit your friends and coworkers for the 10th annual Pica’s Margarita Cup Race Series! Join a business team or a self-sponsored team of six for the five-race series under the lights at Snow King Mountain on Monday nights.The scoring has been designed to give even novice racers the ability to earn a high score and help their team win.

Never raced?
Doesn’t matter, Telemark skiers and snowboarders are encouraged.

We’ll have weekly raffles for prizes like Blizzard skis, Technica boots, Stio apparel, Vermont maple syrup and more for all Marg Cuppers, PLUS all proceeds benefit the Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club.

So grab your boards, grab a marg and join us! For registration and more details: https://jhskiclub.org/picas-margarita-cup

MARGARITA MONDAYS:

  1. January 14 – Dual GS
  2. January 28 –  Giant Slalom
  3. February 11 – Super G
  4. February 25 – Giant Slalom
  5. March 4 –  Dual GS

Thanks to:

Pica’s Mexican Taqueria (Jackson Hole)
Stio
Melvin Brewing / Melvin Brewing: Alpine Taproom
Tecnica Blizzard
Snow King Mountain
Jackson Hole Still Works

Kings & Queens of Corbet’s 2019

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Date: Sun Feb 10, 2019 to Sat Feb 16, 2019

Location: Corbet’s Couloir at JHMRThe Kings and Queens of Corbet’s is a brand new freeride event held at the most famed couloir in North America. Skiers and riders will travel the world to test their grit and showcase their progressive style at the legendary run in hopes of greatness. At the end of the day, just one man and one woman will be crowned the King and Queen of Corbet’s.

Free Nordic Ski, Fat Bike, & Snowshoe Day – JH Nordic Alliance

JH Nordic Alliance’s Free Ski, Fat Bike, & Snowshoe Day

Location: Turpin Meadow Lodge – only a 40-minute drive from Jackson!

More info: https://blog.jhnordic.com/jh-nordic-alliances-3rd-annual-free-ski-fat-bike-snowshoe-day/

Nordic Skiing, Fat Biking and Snowshoeing for all! Once again the JH Nordic Alliance will be heading up to Turpin Meadow Ranch for a day filled with winter activities, food, coffee and fun.

With a free trail pass and free demos of innovative gear from local shops and suppliers this unique once a year event provides a great opportunity to try out Nordic skis, fat bikes, and snowshoes. This event is perfect for those interested in these winter sports and activities but not quite ready to buy, or if you simply want to experience the thrill of fat biking among the Tetons.

Aside from the demos, there will be free lessons for those new to classic and skate skiing, USFS winter nature talks, and snowshoe tours with Hole Hiking Experience. If you have never cross-country skied, January 6th is the ideal day to try it out.

Live Music: KHOL 10th Anniversary Party with Mojave Nomads and Ugly Boys

KHOL Presents: Mojave Nomads and Ugly Boys

Two rockin’ bands, one big ‘ol party! Come help us finish off celebrating 10 years of Jackson Hole Community Radio with this special double bill. Anyone who donated to KHOL during our Summer Membership Drive will have their name on the guest list.

Live Music: NYE with Chali 2NA + Cut Chemist, and special guest Envy Alo

NYE with Chali 2NA + Cut Chemist, and special guest Envy Alo

Date: Mon Dec 31, 2018 to Tue Jan 01, 2019
Time: 8PM – 1AM

Link to Event: http://www.pinkgartertheatre.com/event/1798163-chali-2na-cut-chemist-jackson-hole/

Come celebrate NYE with a Rare Hip Hop Collaboration from members of Jurassic 5 and Ozomatli – Chali 2na and Cut Chemist featuring special guest, six piece funk band Envy Alo. Doors at 8PM // Show at 9PM 21+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chali 2NA

Chali 2NA

The Los Angeles, California baritone rapper best known as Chali 2NA has been referred to as the ambassador for Jurassic 5 – though he is well-known for being a member of J5, he has appeared alongside many artists and on a variety of albums and compilations.

He also was a founding member of Ozomatli, and though he is no longer an official part of the group, he has appeared on a number of their subsequent albums.

Prior to those two groups, he was a member of the group Unity Committee.

Cut Chemist

Cut Chemist

As well as being one of the ablest solo turntablists on the globe, Cut Chemist is also a member of two highly rated crews: underground rap kings Jurassic 5 and the Latin-funk band Ozomatli. He came up with the L.A. rap group Unity Committee, and debuted on wax with the B-side of UC’s 1993 single “Unified Rebelution.” The track, “Lesson 4: The Radio,” was a tribute to and continuation of Double D and Steinski’s seminal hip-hop collage masterpieces “Lessons 1-3,”and included nods to Indeep, Bob James, Spoonie Gee, and Dan Ackroyd.

Soon after the record’s release, Unity Committee came together with another group, Rebels of Rhythm, to form Jurassic 5. Cut Chemist kept quite busy with the group, contributing “Lesson 6” to the group’s eponymous EP and producing the entire record. He also delved into remixing (DJ Shadow, Liquid Liquid) and outside work (scratching for Less Than Jake; appearing with another Los Angeles group, Ozomatli). In mid-1997, Cut Chemist recorded his album debut, Live at the Future Primitive Sound Session, with Shortkut of Invisibl Skratch Piklz. His tracks have also appeared on two seminal turntablist compilations, Return of the DJ, Vol. 1 and Deep Concentration. – John Bush

He left Jurassic 5 in 2006.

Envy Alo

Envy Alo

Formed in the fall of 2015, Envy Alo has drawn comparisons to jazz-funk trio Soulive (drummer Alan Evan’s mastered the band’s debut EP “One Time”) and the concise, catchy funk recipe of Vulfpeck. The sound is built on the syncopated foundation of keyboardist Aaron Pettine, bassist Karl Summers, and drummer Nate Etter. The three create an environment ripe for the chops and bright tones of guitarist Kevin Hinder and saxophonist Kevin Supina, fine-tuned in the halls of James Madison University’s School of Music and Manhattan School of Music respectively. In 2018 the band added singer Callie Morocco, whose sultry lead vocals add yet another element to the band’s unique live sound.

Drink & Shop: Cocktails & Creatives 2018

Cocktails & Creatives

Date: Wed Dec 12, 2018 to Wed Dec 12, 2018
Time: 6PM to 10PM

Location: The Rose – Town of Jackson

7th Annual Cocktails & Creatives an evening of locally crafted gifts, libations, & revelry Shop local. Find beautiful gifts for the holidays and support local creatives! Jewelry, clothing, art, ceramics, bags, accessories and more. Bring your friends, sip on one of the Rose’s amazing drinks, and see what your neighbors are creating!

Spooky Beats Halloween Bash 2018

Saturday, October 27, 2018
10:00 pm – 2:00 am

Spooky Beats is back!
Bust out your costumes as we move towards the time when the veils are thin between worlds and we dance to celebrate the living and those who have crossed over to the other side.

Straight from Portland, Oregon this year’s headliner is Danny Corn.
Danny lives on the vanguard of electronic music. As a DJ and producer, he is known as an instrumental player in the formation of the “west coast” sound and over the years has traveled extensively and played with just about everybody who has made moves in the scene. A champion of syncopated, bass-heavy music, Danny Corn rides the edge of experimental sounds, whilst staying firmly committed to the dancefloor. His sets from Symbiosis to Basscoast and years of festivals in between are always standouts. He is a member of the PDX Wake the Town collective whose events have made a major impact on the emerging music scene there.

https://soundcloud.com/dannycorn

Local DJ support will come from Mustang, Oh Nassi and Jefe who will get you in the spookiest of moods.

Limited tickets, 21+ w/ID

10pm doors/music start

Bring your A+ costume game, good attitudes and your best dance floor moves!

Jackson Elks Free Community Thanksgiving

JACKSON ELKS FREE COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING

Stop by the Jackson Elks Lodge (270 W Broadway) on November 22, 2018 Thanksgiving Day from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for a delicious and free Thanksgiving Dinner. This event is open to the entire community, and everyone is welcome to attend. Come see old friends, make new ones, and be a part of the Jackson community on this holiday of togetherness.

Film Viewing Party: (21+ Showing) JHMR Presents The Blizzard Of Aahh’s Benefiting JH Babe Force

Teton Village Sports Hosts 30th Anniversary Showing of the “Blizzard of Aahhh’s” Benefiting JH Babe Force

Jackson Hole, get ready! Greg Stump Productions descends on Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s best theater in the west for a benefit to the Jackson Hole Babe Force. Join us for the winter kick-off, throwback root down. Just one-night-only showing of the film that changed everything. We’ll have two showings: the first at 6 pm for the family-friendly crowd and then 9 pm for 21+.

Bring your throwback clothing, your big laughs, and loads of friends, presented by Teton Village Sports and JHMR. There will be prizes from our partners, plus everyone in attendance will have a shot at the 30th Anniversary Winter Tour grand prize.

Don’t miss your chance to see Blizzard Of Aahhh’s on the big screen, tickets on sale at Teton Village Sports and Hoback Sports!

EVENT DETAILS

  • When: Saturday, November 24th
  • Where: Pink Garter Theatre
  • Price: $10 benefitting the JH Babe Force
  • Details: Tickets on sale now at Teton Village Sports, Hoback Sports or on day of show at Pink Garter Theatre starting at 4pm
  • Presented by: Teton Village Sports and JHMR

Film Viewing Party: (Family Friendly Showing) JHMR Presents The Blizzard Of Aahh’s Benefiting JH Babe Force

Teton Village Sports Hosts 30th Anniversary Showing of the “Blizzard of Aahhh’s” Benefiting JH Babe Force

Jackson Hole, get ready! Greg Stump Productions descends on Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s best theater in the west for a benefit to the Jackson Hole Babe Force. Join us for the winter kick-off, throwback root down. Just one-night-only showing of the film that changed everything. We’ll have two showings: the first at 6 pm for the family-friendly crowd and then 9 pm for 21+.

Bring your throwback clothing, your big laughs, and loads of friends, presented by Teton Village Sports and JHMR. There will be prizes from our partners, plus everyone in attendance will have a shot at the 30th Anniversary Winter Tour grand prize.

Don’t miss your chance to see Blizzard Of Aahhh’s on the big screen, tickets on sale at Teton Village Sports and Hoback Sports!

EVENT DETAILS

  • When: Saturday, November 24th
  • Where: Pink Garter Theatre
  • Price: $10 benefitting the JH Babe Force
  • Details: Tickets on sale now at Teton Village Sports, Hoback Sports or on day of show at Pink Garter Theatre starting at 4pm
  • Presented by: Teton Village Sports and JHMR

Music and Dancing: The White Out Snow Ball

SMITH party featuring Mikey Thunder with Cut La Whut and E.R.AJackson Hole Appreciation Party!

SMITH Presents…The White Out!! Snow Ball

*Dress to Impress*  *All White Attire*

Featuring Mikey Thunder

Cut La Whut & Era

Hosted by Emcee Jeff Moran

SMITH is givin’ back!!!

Come out for your chance to win thousands of dollars in prizes and new gear! Featuring Mikey Thunder with Cut La Whut and E.R.A.

21+/General Admission
8PM Doors/9PM Show

Tickets available at:

• https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1783081
• The Rose and Pinky G’s Pizza (50 W Broadway, Jackson, WY, 83001)

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Mikey Thunder likes to party. But more than that, Mikey Thunder just so happens to be the party. Thunder spins a genre-blending, bass-driven partyrock, fusing banging electronic beats with funk, hip-hop, soul, jazz, blues, swing, reggae and anything else the party may call for on the fly. With 19 years in the game, he’s mastered the art of improvisation with an uncanny ability to work with and rework the vibe of the party with precision. If you’re a true connoisseur of the Colorado music scene, you’ve seen Mikey share the stage with any number of your favorite artists- no matter the genre.

It all began for Mikey at the age of 15 when he discovered DJing in Springfield, Mass. Thru friends older brother’s record collections and the hip-hop scene in the city. From there he moved up to Burlington Vt. and immersed himself in the diverse musical culture. In the fall of 1999, he relocated to the mountains of Jackson Hole where he was soon kidnapped by Michael Franti and Spearhead for the Stay Human Tour. After opening for Spearhead in Jackson Hole, Thunder was handpicked by Michael Franti to open the rest of the tour, where he mixed beats into their sets, during set break, and scratched with their beatboxer, Radioactive.

After the Spearhead tour, Mikey relocated to Boulder and continued to pursue his musical career. At that time Thunder also was an Atari playing stuntman/ DJ in the band Sonar. The band shared the stage with the Wailers at the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, the String Cheese Incident, and played Hightimes Magazine’s SXSW party, and the Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam. In the fall of 2009 Mikey joined the Pretty Lights crew, opened for over 30 shows on their tours and performed cuts on the Making Up a Changing Mind EP, released in 2010. He also has played the sold out Red Rocks Amphitheater runs with PL in 2012/13/14.

Since that time, he has made his presence known in every single facet of the Colorado music industry. Over the years he has shared the stage with an extremely diverse range of musicians, including (but certainly not limited to): Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, The Disco Biscuits, Boombox, Soul Live, Lettuce, The Motet, Michal Menert, Nightmares on Wax, Mr. Scruff, DJ Krush, Bonobo, Z Trip, DJ Qbert, Pete Rock, DJ Premier, Jurassic 5, Slick Rick, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killa, Red Man, Juicy J, and Big Boi of Outkast. Additionally, he has been prominently featured on such festivals as Shambhala, Sonic Bloom, Snowball, Global Dance Festival, and many others.

Mikey Thunder’s true talent lies in his versatility. Every Thunder performance presents something familiar in an entirely unfamiliar way, as well as something unfamiliar presented in a way that is immediately recognizable as Thunder.

Cookie Decorating Extravaganza (and Extended Hours at JHCM)

JHCM COOKIE DECORATING EXTRAVAGANZA & EXTENDED HOURS

November 23 Extended Hours from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Free with Museum admission

Black Friday Extended Hours: JHCM Open 9am-4pm (Friday, November 23rd)

Cookie Decorating Extravaganza at 11:00

Join us at the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum for a post-Thanksgiving celebration decorating cookies. Cookies and decorations will be provided. If you have your own cookie box bring it in to decorate. We will have loads of materials to adorn it with festive bling. So come on by, bring your family and your holiday cheer!

Stoke the Vote

Organized by Teton County Democrats, Stoke the Vote promises to be “heavy on the party, light on the politics” on Friday at the Pink Garter. Featuring DJ Simotaneous, the dance party will also be attended by guest politicos Jessica Chambers, Luther Propst, Mike Yin, Rep. Andy Schwartz, Mel Shinkle, and Seadar Rose Davis.

Stoke the Vote, 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Pink Garter Theatre. Free, $10 suggested donation.

Interactive Art: Elk Shed Climbable Sculpture Opening and Celebration

ELK SHED, CLIMBABLE SCULPTURE OPENING AND CELEBRATION

Please join us on November 10th at JHCM to celebrate the completion of the Elk Shed Climbable Sculpture!

This gorgeous sculpture is the culmination of a 2-year partnership with Jackson Hole Public Art, Center of Wonder – Daily Wonder, Teton County School District Fab Lab student and JHCM.

Through the JHCM “Design to Climb” afterschool program, 25 3rd-5th grade students engaged in a full circle design process to build a prototype of a climbable sculpture for outdoor play at the Museum.

The afterschool students’ models were presented to the Jackson Hole High School Fabrication Lab students who selected one concept and created five fabricated prototypes.

With input from the community, Bland Hoke, Jackson Hole Public Art’s Artist in Residence, refined the design and materials and began construction.

Inspired by the natural form of an elk antler, the sculpture was delivered to Jackson Hole Children’s Museum in Fall 2018.

This sculpture represents all that JHCM strives for project-based, collaborative, relevant and engaging education! We hope you can join us for play and refreshments as we welcome this beautiful sculpture to the Museum and acknowledge our generous donors and partners who helped make this vision a reality.

Feathered Fridays at the Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center


Feathered Fridays At the Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center

Meet some of Teton Raptor Center’s resident raptors and learn about birds of prey in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This is an informal program that is free and open to the public from noon until 2 p.m.

 

Weekly Raptor Night at the Four Seasons

Weekly Raptor Night at the Four Seasons

Join Teton Raptor Center and the Four Seasons Resort to learn more about Raptors. Experience these birds up close and personal each Wednesday from December 26 – March 20. Hawks, Eagles, Owls, and Falcons take the center stage. See an incredible, up-close learning opportunity with live birds of prey. All ages are welcome!
Time: 4 – 5 pm

Location: Four Seasons Resort Library

Join the Jackson Hole Chorale – Teton County’s Community Choir

Jackson Hole ChoraleJOIN THE JACKSON HOLE CHORALE – TETON COUNTY’S COMMUNITY CHOIR

DATE: MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2019 TO SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2019

You are invited to join the JACKSON HOLE CHORALE – No audition required. We are preparing for our annual spring concert featuring Broadway musicals.  The JACKSON HOLE CHORALE, Teton County’s Community Choir for 37 years, begins rehearsals on Monday Evenings from 7-9 p.m. @ Music Center in the Center for the Arts – First rehearsal of the season on January 7, 2019.

If you enjoy singing, come join us! We have fun as well as experience teamwork, camaraderie and harmony. You are welcome to drop into any of our first rehearsals this January and try us out. All are welcome regardless of experience.

 

 

Location: Center for the Arts – in the Music Wing
Time: 7:00 PM
265 S Cache St (Accessible at door near Cache off parking lot)
Jackson, Wyoming

 

Teton Sports & Spine Imaging’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month Event

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

TETON SPORTS & SPINE IMAGING’S BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH EVENT

DATE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2018

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, please join us at Teton Sports & Spine Imaging for an informational event to celebrate our new breast imaging capabilities! Wine and appetizers will be served.

You are invited to kick-off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with us at Teton Sports & Spine Imaging. Please join us for wine and appetizers Monday, October 15th from 5:30 to 6:30 pm to learn about our new 3T breast imaging capabilities. With 3T we can offer higher resolution, more robust images and provide more anatomic information, which may help to better characterize breast tumors, leading to better breast cancer detection. In addition, we are eager to offer the most efficient way to detect ruptures of both silicone & gel implants. The FDA recommends an MRI to be performed three years after implantation and every two years after to screen for implant integrity. COME LEARN MORE! Find it, and fight it! We hope you join us.

Location: Teton Sports & Spine Imaging
Time: 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
250 Scott Lane Unit 110
Jackson, Wyoming

Halloween Party @ Bull Moose in Alpine – Karaoke with Jennifer plus Trivia

Bull Moose Saloon presents: Halloween Party: Karaoke with Jennifer – plus Trivia Questions!

 

Prizes at midnight for our costume contest!

 

All-nighter party, with great prizes all night long!

 

Ages 21 and over.

 

Just a one-hour scenic drive from Jackson.

Candidate Speed Dating

Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed by all the fish in the sea? Do you want to get to know someone as more than a name before you give them the chance to make an impact on your community? Do you like pizza? Try a different kind of dating – Candidate Speed Dating!

Join us at Hand Fire Pizza on October 3 from 6-9pm to get to know your candidates for town, county, and district elections through real conversations in a fun, informal setting. Move from table to table gathering the information you need to inform your vote. Candidates for Town Council, County Commission, House District 16, 22, & 23, Senate District 17, as well as Teton Conservation District will all be in attendance.

Intentionally candid, there will be no formal forum-style questioning, but rather one-on-one or small group conversations in a relaxed atmosphere. This event is a partnership with Buckrail and is free and open to all.

TAS Sled Hockey and Adaptive Skating Program

TAS SLED HOCKEY & ADAPTIVE SKATING PROGRAM

Join us for eight Sunday sessions of sled hockey and skating for local kids of all ages at Snow King Events Center in Jackson Hole! USA Hockey is covering the ice time; Teton Adaptive Sports is bringing the sleds, gear, and expertise; and the amazing Jackson Hole Moose Hockey Team is donating their time to assist and monitor safety.

The ice time begins at exactly 2:15 pm! You should come at least 30 minutes early (at 1:45 pm) so you can get registered and get all your equipment dialed. We only have one hour on the ice, so make it count!

EQUIPMENT & CLOTHING INFORMATION:

• We will provide sleds, sticks, pucks, and helmets.
• Please dress in layers, wear hiking shoes (or skates, if you have), and warm gloves.

RSVP for each session to Cherene Vanian at [email protected]

  JOIN US AT SNOW KING ARENA & EVENTS CENTER:

  • November 4, 2018 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm
  • November 18, 2018 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm
  • November 25, 2018 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm
  • December 30, 2018 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm
  • January 13, 2019 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm
  • January 27, 2019 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm
  • February 17, 2019 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm
  • March 3, 2019 from 1:45 – 3:15 pm

 

Jackson’s Got Talent

Jackson Hole Chamber of CommerceJACKSON’S GOT TALENT

What is Jackson’s Got Talent?
Jackson’s Got Talent (JGT) is an annual social fundraising event/talent show held November 9, 2018 to support Teton Literacy Center. This event will be celebrating its fifth year and is excited to raise funds and awareness to support literacy efforts in our community.

We invite you to join us on November 9th for Jackson’s Got Talent, an energizing, entertaining evening inside the gorgeous Pink Garter Theater. This highly produced event stages talent in an intimate, chic and festive setting. Guests will experience the best of the Pink Garter’s celebrated food and beverage event services in the newly updated performance theatre.

Through purchase of a ticket, guests will support both local talent performers, be able to engage live and vote for their favorite talents – all while raising funds to create a 100% literate community. In addition to the incredible live, local entertainment, Jackson’s Got Talent attendees will experience the party and show from 6pm – 10pm and enjoy:

• Butler passed appetizers
• A hosted premium bar
• Signature dishes from the Rose
• We look forward to joining together with you to support this fantastic event!

Ticket Pricing & Options

General Seating – $100
Child General Seating (for children 12 and under) – $50
Table for 4 – $600
Table for 8 – $1,200

Doors open at 5:30, show starts at 7:00
Questions? Call us at 307.733.9242

Tickets include: 
Buffet dinner catered by The Rose, dessert, wine and beer, photo booth station and an incredible show featuring local talent.

Tickets are not assigned seating.

Tables include: 
Everything listed above plus reserved seating at the front of the theater, wine at table, and dessert at table.

 

Art Opening: Sam Ritchie – Where No Hand Has Set Foot

Where No Hand Has Set Foot

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This series of watercolors are from my recent season working in the backcountry of Yellowstone. Using my sketchbook as reference, I have focused on capturing the color relationships I witness in these remote locations.

Sam Ritchie is an artist living and working wherever she happens to be. After graduating from the Art School at Cooper Union in New York City in 2016, she has since expanded her horizons West. With the completion of her second season working as a Backcountry Ranger at Yellowstone National Park, she plans to keep finding ways to balance her art practice with engagement in conservation work.

Happy Active Family Parks Project

Bring your kiddos to Miller Park for some fun games, crafts, science and playtime. The theme for this Park Project will be rivers and we’ll have a few tables and interactive stations set up with various activities for kids ages 2-12. Meet the Happy Active Family staff and engage with other parents and kids in the area. Stop by after the farmers market or marathon! This is our first event of many in an effort to create a community dedicated to family friendly fun in Jackson Hole. The event is free, just bring your smiling faces smile

Jackson Hole Moose Hockey

Jackson Hole Moose Hockey scheduleDon’t forget that tonight is going to be another incredible Jackson Hole Moose Hockey game!!!

You can see all the action LIVE(!) at the Snow King Sports and Events Center here:https://www.seejh.com/webcams/jacksonhole/snowking/snow-king-center

 

Here’s the entire Moose Hockey home schedule for the 2018-19 season!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Career and Opportunities Development Session

The Young Professionals of the Tetons and the Jackson Workforce Center are teaming up to host a Career and Opportunities Development Session this Wednesday from 5:30-6:45 at the Jackson Workforce Center (155 W Gill Ave).

In this session you will learn about the local resources that are available through the state of Wyoming to help you jump start your career planning. These include topics such as career coaching and workforce development training funds. If you are unable to attend and would like to learn more about these resources please email Will Gale at [email protected]

Please register here (https://bit.ly/2xKI7fG) or email Will Gale at [email protected].

 

Wild & Scenic Rivers Act 50th Anniversary Celebration

riverWILD AND SCENIC RIVERS ACT 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

DATE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2018 TO SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2018

Grand Teton Association, in cooperation with the Teton Plein Air Painters, join Bridger-Teton National Forest in commemorating the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act 50th Anniversary.

Painting demonstrations will take place October 2 and 3rd at locations along the Snake River.

The artwork will be available for sale at the Jackson District BTNF office at 340 N. Cache Street in Jackson, WY on October 4.

A community open house and educational events are scheduled October 4-7 at the Jackson District BTNF office.

Please come and view the original artwork of local artists and share their connection to the Wild & Scenic Rivers that flow through our public lands. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will benefit BTNF and Teton Plein Air Painters.

Workshop: Business Skills For Artists

BUSINESS SKILLS FOR ARTISTS

September 27 @ 5:30 pm – November 1 @ 8:30 pm

Free

This six-session workshop series will be offered for free; key topics for the professional artist including crafting the artist statement, CV development, effective marketing, and fine art photography. The workshops will be moderated by area professional Jenny Dowd. Her lectures will be supplemented by additional artist presentations.
SPACE IS LIMITED, APPLY VIA REQUIRED SURVEY HERE.

ABOUT JENNY DOWD
Dowd studied ceramics at Kansas State University and completed her MFA in Ceramics with a minor in Fibers at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Dowd has exhibited her work at museums, galleries and art centers across the country. She has been recognized with numerous fellowships and awards; she is also an accomplished lecturer. Her work is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jingdezhen Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute Museum and Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro. Her work is sold widely at shops in Wyoming, New Hampshire, North Carolina and Montana. The six workshops will address the following topics: creating an artist statement, resume & CV development, fine art photography, effective marketing, web presence and exploring application opportunities. Dowd’s lectures will be supplemented by an additional artist presentation at each workshop.

Funded in part by WCTF (Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund)

Beers and Banter: Stories of Snow King

 

Join us for a conversation about the history of town hill and Snow King Mountain Resort!

You’ll hear from people directly involved in its development and operations including Rod Newcomb,  Jim Sullivan, and Zaidee Fuller.

Doors open at 6:30.

The event is free; beer is available for $5.

Beers and Banter: The Early Days of Jackson Hole Ski Photography on Rendezvous Mountain and in the Tetons, 1970s-1990s

The Early Days of Jackson Hole Ski Photography on Rendezvous Mountain and in the Tetons, 1970s-1990s

Join us for a conversation about the history of early ski photography with Wade McKoy and Bob Woodall.

 

Doors open at 6:30.

 

The event is free; beer is available for $5.

Beers and Banter: Mountaineering In The Tetons And The Legacy Of Glenn Exum

 Beers and BanterJoin the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum for a screening of the documentary “One Last Song on His Mountain” and a panel discussion with Exum guides and clients Jeff Foott, Monte Later, Dean Moore, and Al Read. Moderated by Kim Geil, PhD/third generation Exum guide. Beer from Roadhouse Brewing Co. available for suggested $5 donation.


Live Music: Rock Creek – Rock n’ Country – at Million Dollar Cowboy Bar – 8pm

Rock Creek Logo

Rock Creek

Rock n’ Country

Rock Creek was established in 2000 and has been a regular band on the Valley’s live music circuit. They play a wide variety from originals to country, country rock, classics, rock and roll, and appeal to a wide variety of people. There the current line-up includes Jeff Chapman on bass and vocals, Tom Opsahl on guitar and vocals, Tim Ryan on guitar and vocals, and Joe Ryan on drums and vocals.

Live Music: Darci Carlson – Outlaw Country – 9pm

Darci Carlson Performs
Darci Carlson

Darci Carlson has never been one to shy away from the camera. From a young age, whether on stage ballet dancing, or singing for her family, Darci was born to entertain. Born July 3rd 1986 to Seattle natives Pati and Mike Carlson, she’s a third generation Rat City Kitty with traveling in her blood. Her dad moved back and forth from Twin Falls Idaho to Seattle as a child, and was a cross country hitchhiker and long-haired rambler for most of his life, which seems to have rubbed off on his firstborn. Darci was also given the gift of music by her father, who encouraged her to pursue the guitar at 12 years old, and filled their home with the sound of Outlaw Country Legends, Southern Rock and Blues throughout her childhood.

As Darci grew older, she pursued music further with private lessons and community college courses. She started multiple bands, mostly all-girl groups, through high school and her twenties. Darci first stepped out into the Seattle music scene with her female fronted Pop Punk band The Dolly Rottens with close friend and co-songwriter Geneva Butler. The group was featured on the Seattle show ‘Band In Seattle’ and self-released their debut album ‘Honeymoon’s Over’ in 2013. The local popularity of the band led to future relationships with videographer Jamie Burton Chamberlain of Black Dahlia Films, who introduced Darci to Billy Gibbons of ZZTop, leading to her role as ‘The Girl’ in the band’s 2012-2015 Gang Of Outlaws live screen content and documentary footage. Darci would go on to work with Chamberlain acting, modeling, and assisting in multiple music videos for local and national acts, such as the Van Eps and Blackberry Smoke.

As The Dolly Rottens drifted apart, Darci Carlson was inspired to focus on her own artist and songwriting development. She began performing with Bassist and friend Dan Infecto and Americana great Billy Cook of the .357 String Band, who encouraged her to pursue a more Roots approach to music. Darci would go on to perform with The Billy Cook Band at the 2014 Americana festival Farmageddon, and on his 2014 record ‘Left To Remember’.

From that experience, Darci went on to record a 2 song demo with her first Country songs ‘Death Bed’ and ‘Release Me’ and performed her first acoustic show opening for outlaw great Shooter Jennings. She soon picked up guitar player Danny Beutler, drummer Heather Thomas, and along with the engineering help of bassist Dan Infecto, released her first EP ‘Release Me’ in the winter of 2014. This line up would go on to tour the majority of 2015 and 2016 together throughout the country, to Sturgis Bike Week, Rocky Point Mexico Bike Week, and Roger Clyne and The Peacemaker’s Circus Mexicus.

She gained respect and notoriety as a no-non sense, high energy performer, songwriter, and frontwoman. Booking her own tours, writing and recording her own music, and making headway in the Outlaw Country music scene in such a short amount of time, she caught the attention of Austin Texas Honky Tonk Hero Dale Watson’s Ameripolitan Music Awards, who showcase artist with prominent roots influence and a DIY approach to country music. She was hailed for her rebellion against today’s Pop Country persuasion and nominated in 2015, 2016, and 2017 in the Outlaw Female of The Year category. Proudly in 2017, Darci Carlson would take home the title, a great feat for a Northwest Country Musician in a sea of Texas, Nashville, and southern bred musicians outnumbering her in the genre.

Soon after her Ameripolitan win, Darci Carlson was sponsored by Monster Energy Drinks and Fender Guitars. She went on to perform at the 2017 SXSW Music Festival in Austin Texas, and around the country as a solo acoustic artist, writing more material, and finding inspiration across the country and south of the border. Darci would go on to develop a strong relationship with Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers, performing frequently as an opening act for the band and building a solid following at Banditos, Peacemakers Headquarters in Rocky Point, Sonora Mexico.

In the Spring of 2017, Darci Carlson joined forces with Seattle Progressive Metal guru Kelly Gray of Queensryche and Operation: Mind Crime to produce and record her sophomore Self Titled record. Seen as an interesting choice outside of the Country Music spectrum, the idea was to work with someone from the NW that would maintain her Rock n Roll edge, and naturally stray from any sort of ‘Nashville’ guidelines or stylings. Gray and Darci worked together throughout the year to produce an album that was non-genre specific, and could be listened to and enjoyed by Country, Rock, Roots and Southern Rock music lovers alike, and as a statement, Darci chose to “self-title” the album. The 9 track record includes singles ‘Wild Reckless and Crazy’ as well as a cover of her all-time favorite Hank Jr. Song ‘Outlaw Woman’ – A nod to her 2017 Outlaw Female of The Year win. The album is set to be released April 20th of 2018.

The Cowboy is closed for a Private Party!

Cowboy Bar
Closed for Private Party

09:00 pm

The Cowboy is closed for a Private Party!

Live Music: Most Wanted Band – 9pm

Most Wanted Band

Most Wanted Band

MOST WANTED is based in Cedar City, Utah consisting of 4 of Utah’s top professional musicians. They are a versatile, energetic band who’ve played throughout the West for several years entertaining audiences young and old alike. Their repertoire consists of country, classic rock, disco, oldies and everything in between. MOST WANTED has performed in nearly every type of venue setting as well as opening for major artists. The performance schedule they keep is as busy as anyone could ask for, booking events a year in advance in most cases. With Derrek Adams on drums, Leslie Adams on fiddle and keyboard, Phil Moore on bass, and Gary Lamph on guitars, the experience, talent and fun that these musicians bring to the stage each time they play is an event no one should miss!

Live Music: Jackson Taylor and the Sinners

Jackson Taylor Performs

Jackson Taylor and the Sinners

“Hard to Be an Outlaw (Who Ain’t Wanted Anymore) came from one of the wild conversations with my roughhouse, rounder, one and only, real brother. Far as I’m concerned, straight shooting, greatest entertainer, songwriter, kickass, lives life to the hilt, outlaw who ever lived – or will live – my best friend, Jackson Taylor.” – Billy Joe Shaver.

When you’re immortalized in a song written by the likes of Billy Joe Shaver, and recorded by Billy Joe and Willie Nelson, there really is not much more to say than a few facts…

Since 2001 Jackson Taylor has been one of the most prolific songwriters and recording artists of any genres of music, with over a dozen CD’s and multiple times on Billboard’s Top 100 list. All without record companies, management, booking agents, or publicists. Jackson Taylor personifies true independence.

Born the youngest son to a migrant farm worker, Jackson spent his youth living the modern equivalent of Steinbeck’s, “Grapes of Wrath.” With a background much more akin to Merle Haggard and Buck Owens, than his contemporaries. Jackson’s music reflects his adolescence of hard labor and poverty. Growing up working and living in the California, Washington, and Montana fruit ranches. Jackson’s musical influence crosses many boundaries. He has recorded with red dirt legend Jason Boland, and Austin Texas legend Dale Watson. Jonny Two Bags, the lead guitarist of Southern California’s punk innovators and royalty, Social Distortion. As well as rockabilly troubadour Lucky Tubb, and south Texas rockers the Pear Rats. He has shared the stage with everyone from Lynyrd Sknyrd, The Black Crowes, Willie Nelson, Billy Joe Shaver, Clay Walker, Charlie Daniels, and many more. Much of Jackson’s career early on was marred by excessive drugs and alcohol, and violent outbursts. Cementing his image as a wild and out of control artist. Leading him to being blacklisted from many venues across the country and internationally.

The last five years, Texas music’s baddest boy has made good, found his center, and was offered his place in Texas music history by recording a Live at Billy Bob’s CD/DVD in 2013, which would have been unthinkable just a few years before.

Jackson now lives in Denver, CO with his wife, writing books, painting, and turning his manic energies into a constant flow of creativity. He and his band The Sinners, continue to tour and put out records. And as the wild times fade into memory, Jackson Taylor is showing to be as resilient as he is prolific.

Live Music: Darci Carlson – Outlaw Country – 8pm

Darci Carlson Performs
Darci Carlson

Darci Carlson has never been one to shy away from the camera. From a young age, whether on stage ballet dancing, or singing for her family, Darci was born to entertain. Born July 3rd 1986 to Seattle natives Pati and Mike Carlson, she’s a third generation Rat City Kitty with traveling in her blood. Her dad moved back and forth from Twin Falls Idaho to Seattle as a child, and was a cross country hitchhiker and long-haired rambler for most of his life, which seems to have rubbed off on his firstborn. Darci was also given the gift of music by her father, who encouraged her to pursue the guitar at 12 years old, and filled their home with the sound of Outlaw Country Legends, Southern Rock and Blues throughout her childhood.

As Darci grew older, she pursued music further with private lessons and community college courses. She started multiple bands, mostly all-girl groups, through high school and her twenties. Darci first stepped out into the Seattle music scene with her female fronted Pop Punk band The Dolly Rottens with close friend and co-songwriter Geneva Butler. The group was featured on the Seattle show ‘Band In Seattle’ and self-released their debut album ‘Honeymoon’s Over’ in 2013. The local popularity of the band led to future relationships with videographer Jamie Burton Chamberlain of Black Dahlia Films, who introduced Darci to Billy Gibbons of ZZTop, leading to her role as ‘The Girl’ in the band’s 2012-2015 Gang Of Outlaws live screen content and documentary footage. Darci would go on to work with Chamberlain acting, modeling, and assisting in multiple music videos for local and national acts, such as the Van Eps and Blackberry Smoke.

As The Dolly Rottens drifted apart, Darci Carlson was inspired to focus on her own artist and songwriting development. She began performing with Bassist and friend Dan Infecto and Americana great Billy Cook of the .357 String Band, who encouraged her to pursue a more Roots approach to music. Darci would go on to perform with The Billy Cook Band at the 2014 Americana festival Farmageddon, and on his 2014 record ‘Left To Remember’.

From that experience, Darci went on to record a 2 song demo with her first Country songs ‘Death Bed’ and ‘Release Me’ and performed her first acoustic show opening for outlaw great Shooter Jennings. She soon picked up guitar player Danny Beutler, drummer Heather Thomas, and along with the engineering help of bassist Dan Infecto, released her first EP ‘Release Me’ in the winter of 2014. This line up would go on to tour the majority of 2015 and 2016 together throughout the country, to Sturgis Bike Week, Rocky Point Mexico Bike Week, and Roger Clyne and The Peacemaker’s Circus Mexicus.

She gained respect and notoriety as a no-non sense, high energy performer, songwriter, and frontwoman. Booking her own tours, writing and recording her own music, and making headway in the Outlaw Country music scene in such a short amount of time, she caught the attention of Austin Texas Honky Tonk Hero Dale Watson’s Ameripolitan Music Awards, who showcase artist with prominent roots influence and a DIY approach to country music. She was hailed for her rebellion against today’s Pop Country persuasion and nominated in 2015, 2016, and 2017 in the Outlaw Female of The Year category. Proudly in 2017, Darci Carlson would take home the title, a great feat for a Northwest Country Musician in a sea of Texas, Nashville, and southern bred musicians outnumbering her in the genre.

Soon after her Ameripolitan win, Darci Carlson was sponsored by Monster Energy Drinks and Fender Guitars. She went on to perform at the 2017 SXSW Music Festival in Austin Texas, and around the country as a solo acoustic artist, writing more material, and finding inspiration across the country and south of the border. Darci would go on to develop a strong relationship with Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers, performing frequently as an opening act for the band and building a solid following at Banditos, Peacemakers Headquarters in Rocky Point, Sonora Mexico.

In the Spring of 2017, Darci Carlson joined forces with Seattle Progressive Metal guru Kelly Gray of Queensryche and Operation: Mind Crime to produce and record her sophomore Self Titled record. Seen as an interesting choice outside of the Country Music spectrum, the idea was to work with someone from the NW that would maintain her Rock n Roll edge, and naturally stray from any sort of ‘Nashville’ guidelines or stylings. Gray and Darci worked together throughout the year to produce an album that was non-genre specific, and could be listened to and enjoyed by Country, Rock, Roots and Southern Rock music lovers alike, and as a statement, Darci chose to “self-title” the album. The 9 track record includes singles ‘Wild Reckless and Crazy’ as well as a cover of her all-time favorite Hank Jr. Song ‘Outlaw Woman’ – A nod to her 2017 Outlaw Female of The Year win. The album is set to be released April 20th of 2018.

Live Music: Walker Williams Band at the Cowboy – 8pm

Walker Williams Band Performing
Walker Williams Band

Beginning with an introduction to the love of country music at an early age, then adding his own desire to entertain and an infectious fun-loving attitude, Walker Williams has moved on from an early vagabond lifestyle of growing up in a military family, and through a brief acting career, to life on the road, as one of the Rocky Mountain region’s most popular and entertaining musicians.

Walker’s country roots date back to his very early years. His father taught him to sing and play guitar at the ripe old age of six! It wasn’t long before he was singing and playing along with Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Tom T. Hall on the radio.

With his truly wonderful singing talent, along with his ability to entertain, Walker’s popularity spread throughout Colorado. Within the first year, he was playing some of the better clubs in the Denver Metro area, including the award-winning Grizzly Rose, where he now holds status as “house band”, and also traveling into the mountain resorts.

By the second year, Walker was sharing the stage with country’s best, opening shows for such headliners as Willie Nelson, Billy Dean, Sawyer Brown, Alan Jackson and Merle Haggard, and began spreading his touring circles into New Mexico, Arizona and Wyoming.

Walker and his band cater to the dance crowds, performing selections from Walker’s own CD, two of which he wrote, covers of popular country songs by other artists, country-rockers and the occasional surprise tune from a variety of music styles. If you know how to two-step, three-step, cha-cha, waltz or swing, you’re gonna love ’em. On the other hand, if you just like to kick back and listen to a great singer that can also entertain, you’ll enjoy Walker’s music and antics just as much.

Live Music: Walker Williams Band at the Cowboy – 9pm

Walker Williams Band Performing
Walker Williams Band

08:00 pm

Beginning with an introduction to the love of country music at an early age, then adding his own desire to entertain and an infectious fun-loving attitude, Walker Williams has moved on from an early vagabond lifestyle of growing up in a military family, and through a brief acting career, to life on the road, as one of the Rocky Mountain region’s most popular and entertaining musicians.

Walker’s country roots date back to his very early years. His father taught him to sing and play guitar at the ripe old age of six! It wasn’t long before he was singing and playing along with Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Tom T. Hall on the radio.

With his truly wonderful singing talent, along with his ability to entertain, Walker’s popularity spread throughout Colorado. Within the first year, he was playing some of the better clubs in the Denver Metro area, including the award-winning Grizzly Rose, where he now holds status as “house band”, and also traveling into the mountain resorts.

By the second year, Walker was sharing the stage with country’s best, opening shows for such headliners as Willie Nelson, Billy Dean, Sawyer Brown, Alan Jackson and Merle Haggard, and began spreading his touring circles into New Mexico, Arizona and Wyoming.

Walker and his band cater to the dance crowds, performing selections from Walker’s own CD, two of which he wrote, covers of popular country songs by other artists, country-rockers and the occasional surprise tune from a variety of music styles. If you know how to two-step, three-step, cha-cha, waltz or swing, you’re gonna love ’em. On the other hand, if you just like to kick back and listen to a great singer that can also entertain, you’ll enjoy Walker’s music and antics just as much.

Live Music: Nathan Dean and the Damn Band – 8pm

Nathan Dean and the Damn Band Performing

Nathan Dean and the Damn Band

It’s been a long journey for four guys from different parts of the midwest, but every mile logged is just another step closer to the one common goal. Bringing the music and the passion to as many people as possible. After almost six years with 200+ shows annually their persistence is obvious and the fan base is growing to show it. When Nathan Dean and the Damn Band hit the road in June of 2008 to promote their first studio album “She Don’t Know”, they had no idea that the tour would never end. And so the Damn Tour was born and continues to thrive. They’ve played huge clubs in big city markets like Phoenix, Denver, Chicago and L.A., as well as tiny, intimate venues all across the nation. From peoples back yard parties, to Country Thunder, to rodeos in North Dakota, to Chris Ledoux days in Wyoming. If there is a place to spread the music, they will stop and play.

Releasing their second album “Addicted to a Good Time” just added gas to the fire, driving the sound and the craziness to even higher levels. Getting many good reviews from publications in the states as well as Europe, the response fueled the band to release a third album just 12 months later. Since releasing the third album “Afterparty” in 2011, the crowds have just gotten larger and more rowdy. Attracted to the powerful live sound and let’s have another round atmosphere there’s no doubt that this band is here to party and will always be the last one standing. With radio play from Arizona to Texas and all the way up into Illinois the audience is listening and they want to come to the after party too!

Live Music: Richie Law

Richie Law PerformsRichie Law

It has been said that Richie Law is Colorado’s rising star.

Richie was born in Kennesaw, GA on April 27, 1992. Richie moved to Colorado at the age of 7 surrounded by a family filled with musical talent. Richie sang in complete sentences before he spoke in complete sentences. Now as a man, he is exciting crowds across the country with his band of top-notch players. His enormous vocal range with thundering lows are sure to send a shiver through your body at any given performance.

Richie has a long list of accolades for such a young man, but he isn’t resting on his past accomplishments. He is constantly perfecting his style and keeping his show current and relevant in today’s country market.

Richie has no doubt been influenced by the well-known baritone vocals of Josh Turner, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley. With years of experience and vocal training in his hip pocket, he also has a large tenor range that is uniquely suited for the modern country market. He really enjoys styles by artists like the Brothers Osbourne and Luke Bryan amongst others.

Richie’s father Chuck has been a key figure in his career and Chuck leveraged his longtime relationship with Grammy-winning songwriter Wynn Varble to help create Richie’s first album release, Final Destination.

Richie was a finalist in Season 11 of American Idol and since then he has shared the stage with some of country music’s top stars including Darius Rucker, Jewel, Thompson Square, Sawyer Brown, Josh Turner and many others.

Live Music: Aaron Pax Taylor – Country Rock – 8pm

Aaron Pax Taylor
Aaron Pax Taylor

 

Nashville Recording Artist and Songwriter Aaron Pax Taylor is a native Southern Californian. Aaron’s brand of high energy mainstream country rock is the product of years of passion, enthusiasm, and hard work.

Aaron has had the good fortune to play with and learn from some of the industry’s most talented and experienced musicians and songwriters.

While recent success has been sweet, and future success is the stuff of dreams that seem ever closer, Aaron’s passion and commitment to his music have never wavered. Whether he is playing to a crowd of thousands at a sold out venue or sitting on a barstool singing songs to a handful of patrons, the goal is always the same: “Be true to the music and true to yourself. And enjoy what you do each and every night.”

Live Music: Most Wanted Band – 8pm

Most Wanted Band

Most Wanted Band

MOST WANTED is based in Cedar City, Utah consisting of 4 of Utah’s top professional musicians. They are a versatile, energetic band who’ve played throughout the West for several years entertaining audiences young and old alike. Their repertoire consists of country, classic rock, disco, oldies and everything in between. MOST WANTED has performed in nearly every type of venue setting as well as opening for major artists. The performance schedule they keep is as busy as anyone could ask for, booking events a year in advance in most cases. With Derrek Adams on drums, Leslie Adams on fiddle and keyboard, Phil Moore on bass, and Gary Lamph on guitars, the experience, talent and fun that these musicians bring to the stage each time they play is an event no one should miss!

Live Music: Aaron Pax Taylor – Country Rock – 9pm

Aaron Pax Taylor
Aaron Pax Taylor

Nashville Recording Artist and Songwriter Aaron Pax Taylor is a native Southern Californian. Aaron’s brand of high energy mainstream country rock is the product of years of passion, enthusiasm, and hard work.

Aaron has had the good fortune to play with and learn from some of the industry’s most talented and experienced musicians and songwriters.

While recent success has been sweet, and future success is the stuff of dreams that seem ever closer, Aaron’s passion and commitment to his music have never wavered. Whether he is playing to a crowd of thousands at a sold out venue or sitting on a barstool singing songs to a handful of patrons, the goal is always the same: “Be true to the music and true to yourself. And enjoy what you do each and every night.”

Art: Isabelle Dupuy: Live Painting Demonstration

artist Isabelle DupuyJoin us for a live demonstration with French contemporary impressionist painter Isabelle Dupuy.

 

Isabelle spent her childhood in the countryside of Provence in Southern France. Starting early, she developed her artistic skill at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. With her study, her relationship with art quickly became a passion. Isabelle has created an artistic movement by putting a new, contemporary spin to the Impressionist style of old. Her introduction of 3D impressionism on canvas builds from dynamic uses of color and texture. The results are cheerful, uplifting and full of life. She currently resides with her family in Texas and visits her home in Provence frequently to renew some of the inspiration.

Annual PARK(ing) Day

21, 2018/ PARK(ing) Day:  Jackson Hole Public Art sponsors its annual PARK(ing) Day. PARK(ing) Day is a grassroots event that happens annually across the world on the same Friday in September. Up to 10 parking spaces in Town Square will be re-purposed that day, with the public art group converting the spots usually designated for vehicles into art and park installations that offer alternative use of space.

 

Jackson Hole Public Art celebrates PARK(ing) Day on September 21st from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm in downtown Jackson. PARKing Day is a worldwide event where artists, designers, and citizens transform parking spots into temporary public parks. PARKing Day helps us imagine public space for people instead of cars and highlights the inspiring work of local designers and artists to increase pedestrian vitality in the downtown.

This year’s PARKing Day participants include:

KHOL, Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing, GYDE Architects and New West Building Company, Jorgensen Engineering, Carney Logan Burke Architects, Farmer Payne Architects, Kilmain Painting, Bland Hoke, and Bronwyn Minton

We are very excited about the diversely talented participants who will be transforming our downtown for one day. Maps will be available at each location. PARKing Day is free and open for all to experience.

Contact Cal Brackin for additional details:
[email protected]
307-413-1726
Last year, 2017 PARK(ing) Day participants included:

1) Bronc Pride by TCSD #1

2) Time out to Contemplate by Connie Wieneke, Jocelyn Slack, & Teton County Library

3) The Campout by The Grand Pan

4) Local Artists’ Exhibition by Jackson Hole Public Art

5) Pearl Street Hollow by Adam Connor

6) Outpost by Walter Gerald

7) The Boombox by KHOL

8) 100 Drawn Faces by Cal Brackin and Derek Collins

9) Pop In For Our Pop Up Art! by Horizon Fine Art Gallery

10) Words of Wonder by Center of Wonder

 

Dog Sled Race: 2019 Pedigree Stage Stop Race

Pedigree Stage Stop Race's photo.

RACE START — January 25th — Jackson, Wyoming

Broadway will be closed from Cache St. to Willow St., and Center St. will be closed from Broadway Ave to Deloney Ave. The festivities kick off at 5pm Friday, and the race starts at 6:30.

The roads will be reopened at 9pm. This marks the 24th running of this popular race!
9:00 AM — 1:00 PM Vet Check – Deloney Parking Lot. Meet the mushers, dogs and vet staff.
5:00 PM Town Square Events Kick Off
6:30 PM The first Mushers leave the chute
Post Race Celebratory Fireworks.

Teton County Weed and Pest Board Meeting

Teton County Weed and Pest District would like to cordially invite you to join us for lunch and our monthly Board Meeting on Tuesday, August 28, at noon in the Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center.

Along with our regular business, we will be discussing management strategies for oxeye daisy and other invasive species in the Wilson area followed by a field tour.

Oxeye daisy is prevalent throughout the Wilson area. While attractive and showy, this species is an aggressive invader spreading by both seeds and rhizomes. It outcompetes native grasses and forbs decreasing plant diversity and reducing forage quality for both wildlife and livestock, and it is easily transported by animals and contaminated hay, seed, and soil.

The Wyoming Weed and Pest Control Act (W.S. 11-5-101) and the Wyoming Seed Law (W.S. 11-12-104) mandate control of weeds that are determined to cause detriment to either the economy or the ecosystem. Thus, it is every landowner’s responsibility to control invasive species. Because invasive species do not recognize property lines, it is imperative to have community-wide management.

Please join us on August 28 to discuss this widespread issue and how we can work together to protect our unique ecosystem. Please contact us at 307-733-8419 or email [email protected] by August 15, 2018 to RSVP.

Open to the public.

 

2018 Women in Leadership Summit

2018 WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

PRESENTED BY WOMENTUM

Womentum presents
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men in Leadership Summit
“The Courage to Lead”
Friday, November 2, 2018


Tickets will be available to the public on Tuesday, October 9, 2018

$100 for the full day   **Update: SOLD OUT**
$15 for coffee reception and keynote only

Space for full day attendance is limited and early registration is recommended.

This one day summit will feature a keynote address by Bettina Whyte, globally recognized corporate restructuring executive. Bettina will speak on the courage to be true to yourself, being a female leader in a male dominated field, and the power of mentorship.

Events begin at 8:30 am with coffee and conversation, followed by the keynote from 9:30-11:00. All day participation, from 8:30am – 6:00pm, includes coffee and keynote, a picnic lunch, three interactive 90-minute workshop sessions, and happy hour to wrap up the day.

Supporting the “Courage to Lead” theme, three workshops will be offered: Personal Leadership, Public Leadership, and Communication for Leadership.

This second annual Women in Leadership Summit will take place at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming. Thanks to a marketing grant from the Travel and Tourism Board, Womentum will be able to maximize exposure for all event sponsors. We are still welcoming event sponsors, for more information about the 2018 Women in Leadership Summit, please contact [email protected].

Yoga On The Lawn with Gals That Brunch

Gals_That_Brunch_StudioFreyja0209.jpgGals That Brunch is kicking off a series of monthly brunches starting with:

Free Yoga on the Lawn at Healthy Being Cafe & Juicery

Great way for gals to get together and participate in yoga before enjoying a delicious brunch at HB C&J. They will be offering 10% off orders. Please arrive at 8:45AM to place orders before yoga begins! Bring a mat and a friend 🙂

 

 

Volunteering: National Public Lands Day at Grand Teton National Park

working on landsNATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY

DATE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2018

Celebrate National Public Lands Day by volunteering in Grand Teton National Park! Help improve the Taggart Lake trail by working on trail de-compaction and maintenance. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Participation includes free entry into the park.

 

Be a part of National Public Lands Day by volunteering in Grand Teton National Park! Join Grand Teton National Park’s Trail Crew and community to work on the Taggart Lake Trail. Work will include trail de-compaction and maintenance with light to moderate physical activity. All ages and skill levels are encouraged! Tools are provided. Participation includes free entry into the park. Please bring water for the day, snacks, sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, rain gear, and comfortable hiking shoes.

Meet at the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center at 9:45AM Feel free to reach out with any questions!

Volunteering: Grand Teton National Park Community Trails Day

Volunteer in Grand Teton National Park! Join Grand Teton National Park’s Trail Crew and community to work on the public trails throughout the park. Work will include light maintenance with light to moderate physical activity. All ages and skill levels are encouraged! Tools are provided. Please bring water for the day, snacks, sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, rain gear, and comfortable hiking shoes.

Meet at the Moose Post Office at 9AM

Feel free to reach out with any questions!

Livestream: Small Biz Summer School

Google, Constant Contact, LinkedIn and VistaPrint are teaming up to provide insight on how local businesses can leverage technology

About this Event

The holiday season will be here before we know it. That’s why Google, Constant Contact, LinkedIn and VistaPrint are teaming up to host a livestream to help local businesses leverage technology to prepare for this important time of year.

Join us at our Small Biz Summer School as we will be hosting a viewing party for the businesses in our community.

Presented By Virtual Tour Co

Sponsored By SeeJH

Hosted By Engel & Volkers

Concert on the Commons: Dragondeer with WYO

“Dragondeer hit the stage with their thick blues rock sound. Reminiscent of early Led Zeppelin, The Black Keys, and electric Taj Mahal, the quartet stunned the audience with their hybrid of Mississippi Delta blues and 1960s psychedelic rock. Lead vocalist, guitarist and harmonica player Eric Halborg led the band with a rare ferocity, his deep growl and swampy harmonica blending perfectly with Cole Rudy’s raw pedal steel playing. Shocking many in attendance and quickly catapulting onto the Denver scene, Dragondeer is a growing force to be reckoned with.” – Live For Live Music

 

WYO: “WYO conveys listeners to remote realms chock-full of thrilling commotion and no-holds-barred energy” – Huffington Post

Lincoln County Fair

Just under an hour and a half drive from Jackson!

 

8:00 AM

4H/FFA HORSE SHOW

August 6 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
LOWER ARENA
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9:00 AM

OPEN CLASS JUDGING

August 6 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
COMMUNITY BUILDING
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10:00 AM

4H FASHION HI-LITE & GENERAL (INTERVIEW) JUDGING

August 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair 4-H/ South Exhibit Building
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11:00 AM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Big Top
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MONTANA CLOWN WORKS

August 6 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Lincoln County Fairgrounds, 144 S. Washington
Afton, 83110 
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12:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Big Top
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ROBO CARS, 12:00PM, 2:30PM, 5:00PM

August 6 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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1:00 PM

CHRIS YERLIG,MIME / ILLUSIONIST

August 6 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Big Top
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2:00 PM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 6 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Big Top
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3:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 6 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Big Top
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4H FASHION SHOW

August 6 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
CIVIC CENTER
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CHECK-IN – RABBIT & POULTRY

August 6 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Rabbit Building
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4:00 PM

CHRIS YERLIG, MIME / ILLUSIONIST

August 6 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Big Top
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5:00 PM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 6 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Big Top
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6:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Big Top
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7:00 PM

ENDUROCROSS

August 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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Lincoln County Fair

Just under an hour and a half drive from Jackson!

8:00 AM

BUYER BREAKFAST

August 11 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
SMALL TENT
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BUYER REGISTRATION

August 11 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am
SMALL TENT
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10:00 AM

OPEN HORSE SHOW – TEAM SORTING

August 11 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
LOWER ARENA
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4H/FFA LIVESTOCK SALE

August 11 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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11:00 AM

GREG SIMPSON BAND, MUSIC

August 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Big Top
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MONTANA CLOWN WORKS

August 11 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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BUG-OLOGY,11:00AM – 8:00PM, SHOWS 1:00PM, 4:00PM, 6:00PM.

August 11 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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MYLO FITNESS OBSTACLE COURSE

August 11 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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12:00 PM

TAP CLASSICS, DANCE

August 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Big Top
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ALL ABOARD TRAINS

August 11 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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ARTIC OLYMPIC GAMES HIGH DIVE SHOW, 12:00PM, 3:00PM, 5:00PM.

August 11 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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WORLDS FUNNEST PHOTOBOOTH

August 11 @ 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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CARNIVAL- MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS, 12:00PM – 12:00 MIDNIGHT

August 11 @ 12:00 pm – 11:30 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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1:00 PM

LIZZY THE DREAM GIRL, HYPNOTIST

August 11 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Big Top
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CHRIS YERLIG, STROLLING MIME, 1:00PM, 3:30PM, 5:30PM.

August 11 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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PIPPI THE CLOWN

August 11 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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2:00 PM

GREG SIMPSON BAND, MUSIC

August 11 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Big Top
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3:00 PM

TAP CLASSICS, DANCE

August 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Big Top
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4:00 PM

LIZZY THE DREAM GIRL, HYPNOTIST

August 11 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Big Top
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5:00 PM

GREG SIMPSON BAND, MUSIC

August 11 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Big Top
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7:00 PM

PRCA RODEO ( TUFF ENUFF TO WEAR PINK)

August 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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Lincoln County Fair

Just under an hour and a half drive from Jackson!

8:00 AM

RANCH VERSATILITY/REINING HORSE SHOW

August 10 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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MARKET GOAT SHOW (MARKET/BREEDING)

August 10 @ 8:00 am – 9:30 am
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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10:00 AM

SHEEP SHOW (MARKET/BREEDING) FOLLOWING MKT. GOAT

August 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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11:00 AM

SPARE PARTS, MUSIC

August 10 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Big Top
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MONTANA CLOWN WORKS

August 10 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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BUG-OLOGY, 11:OOAM -8:00PM, SHOWS 1:00PM, 4:00PM, 6:00PM.

August 10 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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MYLO FITNESS OBSTACLE COURSE

August 10 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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12:00 PM

LIZZY THE DREAM GIRL, HYPNOTIST

August 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Big Top
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ALL ABOARD TRAINS

August 10 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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ARTIC OLYMPIC GAMES HIGH DIVE SHOW, 12:00PM, 3:00PM, 5:00PM.

August 10 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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WORLDS FUNNEST PHOTOBOOTH

August 10 @ 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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CARNIVAL – MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS 12pm -12:00 midnight

August 10 @ 12:00 pm – 11:30 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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1:00 PM

RICARDO ALONZO, UV SPEED PAINTER

August 10 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Big Top
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CHRIS YERLIG,STROLLING MIME, 1:00PM, 3:30PM, 5:30PM.

August 10 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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PIPI THE CLOWN

August 10 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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2:00 PM

SPARE PARTS, MUSIC

August 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Big Top
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LIVESTOCK JUDGING

August 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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3:00 PM

LIZZY THE DREAM GIRL, HYPNOTIST

August 10 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Big Top
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4:00 PM

SWIFT IDOL COMPETITION

August 10 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Big Top
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ROUND ROBBIN

August 10 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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7:00 PM

PRCA RODEO

August 10 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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Lincoln County Fair

Just under an hour and a half drive from Jackson!

8:00 AM

4H/FFA HORSE SHOW

August 7 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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RABBIT SHOW

August 7 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am
SMALL TENT
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ALL LARGE LIVESTOCK ANIMALS IN PLACE

August 7 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
ALL LIVESTOCK BARNS
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9:00 AM

OPEN CLASS JUDGING

August 7 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
COMMUNITY BUILDING
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10:00 AM

POULTRY SHOW -(FOLLOWING RABBIT SHOW)

August 7 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Poultry Building
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11:00 AM

JEREMIAH JOHNSTON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 7 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Big Top
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MONTANA CLOWN WORKS

August 7 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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12:00 PM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Big Top
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ALL ABOARD TRAINS

August 7 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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ARTIC OLYMPIC GAMES HIGH DIVE SHOW 12:00PM, 3:00PM, 5:00PM

August 7 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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12:30 PM

ROBO CARS 12:00PM, 2:30PM, 5:00PM

August 7 @ 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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1:00 PM

RICARDO ALONZO, UV SPEED PAINTER

August 7 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Big Top
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2:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSTON

August 7 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Big Top
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4:00 PM

RICARDO ALONZO, UV SPEED PAINTER

August 7 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Big Top
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SWINE WEIGH-IN

August 7 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
PIG BARN SCALE
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BEEF WEIGH-IN

August 7 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Scale House
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SHEEP/GOAT WEIGH-IN

August 7 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
SHEEP BARN SCALE
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5:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSTON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 7 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Big Top
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CARNIVAL-MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS

August 7 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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6:00 PM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Big Top
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7:00 PM

NINJA WARRIOR COMPETITION

August 7 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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Lincoln County Fair

Just under an hour and a half drive from Jackson!

8:00 AM

OPEN HORSE SHOW

August 9 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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SWINE SHOW (SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES)

August 9 @ 8:00 am – 1:30 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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11:00 AM

20 PACES, MUSIC

August 9 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Big Top
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MONTANA CLOWN WORKS

August 9 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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BUG-OLOGY, 11:00AM-7:00PM. SHOWS 1:00PM, 4:00PM.

August 9 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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MYLO FITNESS OBSTACLE COURSE

August 9 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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12:00 PM

LIZZY THE DREAM GIRL, HYPNOTIST

August 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Big Top
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ALL ABOARD TRAINS

August 9 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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ARTIC OLYMPIC GAMES HIGH DIVE SHOW, 12:00PM, 3:00PM, 5:00PM.

August 9 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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WORLDS FUNNEST PHOTOBOOTH

August 9 @ 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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1:00 PM

RICARDO ALONZO, UV SPEED PAINTER

August 9 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Big Top
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CHRIS YERLIG, STROLLING MIME, 1:00PM, 3:30PM, 5:30PM.

August 9 @ 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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PIPPI THE CLOWN

August 9 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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2:00 PM

20 PACES, MUSIC

August 9 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Big Top
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CARNIVAL- MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS

August 9 @ 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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3:00 PM

LIZZY THE DREAM GIRL, HYPNOTIST

August 9 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Big Top
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4:00 PM

RICARDO ALONZO, UV SPEED PAINTER

August 9 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Big Top
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4:30 PM

BEEF BREEDING SHOW (FOLLOWING MARKET BEEF) 4H/FFA OPEN

August 9 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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5:00 PM

20 PACES, MUSIC

August 9 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Big Top
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6:00 PM

LIZZY THE DREAM GIRL, HYPNOTIST

August 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Big Top
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7:00 PM

FREESTYLE REIGNING

August 9 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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Lincoln County Fair

Just under an hour and a half drive from Jackson!

8:00 AM

SWINE SHOW (MARKET/BREEDING CLASSES)

August 8 @ 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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11:00 AM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 8 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Big Top
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MONTANA CLOWN WORKS

August 8 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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BUG-OLOGY, 11:00AM-7:00PM, SHOWS 1:00PM, 4:00PM

August 8 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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MYLO FITNESS OBSTACLE COURSE

August 8 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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12:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSTON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Big Top
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ROBO CARS, 12:00PM, 2:30PM, 5:00PM

August 8 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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ALL ABOARD TRAINS

August 8 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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ARTIC OLYMPIC GAMES HIGH DIVE SHOW, 12:00PM, 3:00PM, 5:00PM

August 8 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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12:30 PM

DAIRY GOAT VET CHECK

August 8 @ 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Scale House
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1:00 PM

RICARDO ALONZO, UV SPEED PAINTER

August 8 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Big Top
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CHRIS YERLIG, STROLLING MIME, 1PM, 3:30PM, 5:30PM

August 8 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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PIPI THE CLOWN

August 8 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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4H/FFA & OPEN DOG SHOW

August 8 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
SMALL TENT
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2:00 PM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 8 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Big Top
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CARNIVAL- MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS

August 8 @ 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
ON THE GROUNDS
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3:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSTON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 8 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Big Top
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DAIRY GOAT SHOW

August 8 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sale Tent, 150 S. Washington
Afton, WY 83110 United States 
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4:00 PM

RICARDO ALONZO, UV SPEED PAINTER

August 8 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Big Top
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5:00 PM

PIERCE AVENUE, MUSIC

August 8 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Big Top
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6:00 PM

JEREMIAH JOHNSTON, COMEDY JUGGLING

August 8 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Big Top
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7:00 PM

HORSE PULLS

August 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Lincoln County Fair Main Arena, 150 S. Washington 
Afton, 83110 
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Blacktail Gala – National Museum of Wildlife Art

Blacktail Gala

 Feb 23, 2019   |    5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

PURCHASE TICKETS!

An artful, elegant evening of contemporary art acquisition at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Tickets for Blacktail Gala 2019 will be available for purchase on Tuesday, January 15, at 12 p.m. MST.

Museum Store Sunday at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Jackson Hole Chamber of CommerceMUSEUM STORE SUNDAY AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WILDLIFE ART

Be a Patron!

The Museum invites you, your family, and your community, to “Be A Patron” at your favorite museums and cultural institutions on Museum Store Sunday, November 25, 2018.

Holiday shoppers at the National Museum of Wildlife Art will find quality gifts filled with inspiration and educational value, and will also directly support the Museum through their purchases.

Receive 25% off on the 25th of November in the Museum Shop.

Purchases totaling $100 or more receive a surprise giveaway gift bag (while supplies last)!

Sales cannot be combined with any other existing sale offers or consignment items. Offer valid in-store only. More than 700 museums from ten countries plan to celebrate Museum Store Sunday on November 25, 2018 with special events, promotions, and other experiences that only their specialty stores can offer.

*Please note the Museum opens 11 a.m. on Sundays during the winter months. #MuseumStoreSunday #BeAPatron @museumstoresunday

Yoga on the Trail

Jackson Hole Chamber of CommerceFree yoga at the Museum!

Top Jackson Hole yoga instructors conduct weekly summer classes outside on the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Sculpture Trail.

Participants will feel inspired doing Sun Salutations and Downward Dogs as they look across the grand vista of the National Elk Refuge. In a trend as big as the outdoors, yoga classes from coast to coast have been moving out of the studio and into nature. Yogis will enjoy impressive views that include plenty of big sky and mountain drama from the trail’s perch overlooking the National Elk Refuge. It’s inspiring to connect two ancient art forms—visual art inspired by artists over the centuries, and the art of yoga, ensuring a healthy mind, body, and spirit.

Free.

 

Free Family Concert: Jazz Pianist Aaron Diehl

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

 

Jazz pianist Aaron Diehl performs a concert of toe-tapping tunes at the Teton County Library. Kids of all ages are invited to move and groove alongside the musician dubbed by Wynton Marsalis as “The Real Diehl.” Free, but ticketed.

 

 

 



 

Art: A Brush with Nature Opening Reception

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

A BRUSH WITH NATURE || A fine art exhibition featuring the impressionist landscapes of nationally acclaimed artist Eric Jacobsen.

Reception Thursday, July 12th, 5 to 7 PM.

This exhibition will take place from July 9th to August 3rd at Turner Fine Art gallery in Jackson Hole.

 

Come meet Eric in the gallery July 9th to 12th! There will be an OPENING RECEPTION Thursday, July 12th, 5 to 7 PM. Free and Open to all! Gallery Hours Monday to Friday, Noon to 6 PM

 

 

MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018 TO FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2018

Mad River Boat Trips Chamber Mixer

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Get into summer fun with a Chamber Mixer at Mad River Boat Trips!

Location: Mad River Boat Trips
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
1255 South US Highway 89
Jackson, Wyoming

 

Mad River Summer Mixer – The BEST mixer of the year is back with our classic summer parking lot party!

Bring your friends, bring your appetite.  Menu includes Mad River Ribs with all the fixings.  Bring a purse big enough to slip extra ribs in for the ride home.  It’s been done before…

No raffle, just ribs.  We hope to see you there!

Mad River is your ticket to exploring the wild and scenic Snake River. Whether you bring your family or come with friends, we can assure you, Snake River rafting will be the highlight of your trip to Jackson Hole. Come in early spring and experience an adrenaline rush in the peak flows of the river, come in midsummer and enjoy the refreshingly cool waters on a hot summer day or come in the fall and see the Snake River Canyon come alive in the reds, oranges and yellows of season.

Our professional and experienced river trip guides will navigate you through the twists and turns of the Snake River Canyon while pointing out the flora, fauna, geology and history that make this area unique. You can choose a scenic float and enjoy the upper section of the Snake River as it flows south along braided river channels, or you can choose a whitewater trip and shoot the rapids in the Snake River Canyon. Our friendly office and guide staff are happy to help make trip suggestions, or you can browse all our departures and book online at your convenience. We also have special packages when working with large groups. We look forward to seeing you here!

Artist Writer And Photographer in the Environment

artists creating art

Throughout the summer an artist, writer and photographer share their knowledge and expertise with the public. These free programs serve to increase public understanding and appreciation of Grand Teton National Park.

 

September 1:

Schwabacher’s Landing, Grand Teton National Park

Artist: Brittany Hill 9:00AM-11:00AM

Demonstration Writer: Laurie Kutchins 9:00AM-11:00AM

Workshop

 

 

 

Networking: Teton Gravity Research Chamber Mixer

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Mixer at TGR!

 

Come on down to the TGR town store for food and cocktails! All guests will receive 15% off TGR merchandise and a chance to win tickets to the World Premiere of Far Out! We’re located at the Pink Garter Plaza, 50 W Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001.

Food and beverages to be provided by Big Hole BBQ Jackson, Jackson Hole Still Works, and Melvin Brewery!

 

It all began with a dream and a little cash scrapped together from fishing in Alaska. In 1995, Steve Jones, Todd Jones, and Dirk Collins pooled money they had earned as commercial fishermen and heli-ski guides to purchase camera equipment. Joined by longtime friend Corey Gavitt, they banded together to document the progression taking place in action sports. Yet rather than simply capturing this progression on film, they soon became instrumental in fueling it.

Contact Caitlin Colby, Special Events Manager, at [email protected] or 307.201.2309.

FEATURED PARTNERS

 

About Chamber Mixers: Chamber Mixers are informal networking opportunities that allow Chamber Members and community partners to meet, mingle, and learn about other businesses and organizations. For more information, visit https://www.jacksonholechamber.com/business-membership/chamber-mixers/

 

 

Live Music: Swing at the King

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Experience Big Band Jazz in partnership with the Jazz Foundation of Jackson Hole! Every Friday night, from 6pm to 9pm, join us at Snow King Resort Hotel for a lively night of jazz and dancing. During the summer months, music will play outside on the pool deck but this location is subject to change due to weather.

Free for all!

Buddy Pegs Media Free Bicycle Playdate

Buddy Pegs Media is hosting a FREE Bicycle Playdate & Live Storytelling Performance in partnership with The Children’s Museum. Bicycle Playdates are a series of bicycle-based learning experiences for you and the kids in your life (age 2-5).

Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, aunt, or uncle Buddy Pegs trained ride leaders want to help you guide your child through the early years on a bike.
And have a lot of fun doing it!

 

Jackson Hole Marathon 2018

8th Annual Jackson Hole Marathon and Hole Half Marathon

Runners, get ready! The Jackson Hole Marathon will take place on September 1, 2018!

Location: Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The Jackson Hole Marathon, Marathon Relay and Half Marathon events allows participants to race in one of the most scenic locations in North America! Jackson, Wyoming is a true old Western town and a gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks! The Jackson Hole Marathon course is run on paved roadways and pathways.

Race from the Town of Jackson to Teton Village and enjoy some of the most beautiful views in the world. The race attracts runners from as far away as Kuala Lumpur and is a qualifier for the Boston Marathon for those who run fast enough. As many as 200 runners are anticipated to run this year.

If you’re traveling from out of town, check out this great discounted package deal from Jackson Hole Central Reservations. Located within an hour of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the Jackson Hole Marathon is a true destination event that offers amazing scenery, food, culture, and outdoor activities.

 

Where: Check Pre-Race Shuttle Info

When: 7:00am (check race times)

Contact: Jay Batchen at 208.787.2077 or Mo at 307.733.3316

JACKSON HOLE MARATHON EVENTS

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Welcome to the Jackson Hole Marathon, The Hole Half-Marathon and the Tyler Strandberg & Catherine Nix Memorial Marathon Relay. You are invited to participate in what we believe is one of the most scenic races in North America! The Jackson Hole Marathon Events are organized by a small group of individuals who want to share the natural beauty of the region with runners from around the globe. We’re local. We live and work here. Our courses are USATF certified. Please visit us here in the Old West Town of Jackson Hole, WY, a gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

PLEASE KEEP AN EYE ON THIS PAGE, AND THE RACE FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPDATES!

The Jackson Hole Marathon course is run on paved roadways and pathways.  The new course (as of 2016) eliminated 3.2 miles of roadway (which was replaced with a section of new pathway) and is USATF certified and a Boston Qualifier.

Check the NEWS & UPDATES and SCHEDULE OF EVENTS pages for all the important and up to the minute information about the Races.

Please keep updated via the Jackson Hole Marathon Facebook page for the most up-to-date information. For the most accurate weather info, please visit MountainWeather.com

The Jackson Hole Marathon is a Boston Marathon Qualifier and a USATF Sanctioned Event 

Schedule of Events

Here is the TENTATIVE Schedule of Events for the 2018 Jackson Hole Marathon Events. Please note, like weather in the mountains, this schedule is subject to change so please check back before race day for the most up to date information. It is also a good idea to monitor our Facebook page, and the NEWS & UPDATES page on the marathon website, in the weeks leading up to the races as we’ll post important race information in both places.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 2018

Enjoy the day with sightseeing, shopping and/or eating at one of the many amazing restaurants in and around Jackson Hole and Teton Village!  Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are both within an hour of downtown Jackson.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 2018

1:30pm – 7:30pm: BIB/PACKET PICK-UP: Bib Number Pick-up, for all events, will be held at the SpringHill Suites (150 W. Simpson, Jackson, WY 83001). If you are unable to make it to packet pick-up but know someone who can retrieve your bib number, please provide that individual with a copy of our Bib Authorization Form. CLICK HERE to download a copy.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2018

IMPORTANT PRE-RACE SHUTTLE INFO: On race morning, Hole Half-Marathon participants will board Jackson Hole Whitewater buses UNLESS instructed otherwise by a race official at the RANCH LOT in Teton Village! Please be on time as pre-race shuttles will not wait for stragglers!

5:45am – Half-Marathon Shuttle buses (provided by Jackson Hole White Water) will depart for the Half Marathon starting line from the Ranch Lot at Teton Village. The new (as of 2016) Half Marathon start will be on Coyote Canyon Road, on the campus of the Journeys School of the Teton Science Schools. Parking is not permitted at the Half-Marathon start line, however, drop offs are allowed on Coyote Canyon Road.  (Vehicles parked on Hwy 22 or on Coyote Canyon Rd after the start of the race will be ticketed and towed.)  It is approximately a 15 minute ride from Teton Village to the Half Marathon starting line.

6:00am – Half-Marathon Shuttle buses (provided by Jackson Hole White Water) will depart for the Half Marathon starting line from the Ranch Lot at Teton Village. The new (as of 2016) Half Marathon start will be on Coyote Canyon Road, on the campus of the Journeys School of the Teton Science Schools. Parking is not permitted at the Half-Marathon start line, however, drop offs are allowed on Coyote Canyon Road.  (Vehicles parked on Hwy 22 or on Coyote Canyon Rd after the start of the race will be ticketed and towed.)  It is approximately a 15 minute ride from Teton Village to the Half Marathon starting line.

6:25am – Half-Marathon Shuttle buses (provided by Jackson Hole White Water) will depart for the Half Marathon starting line from the Ranch Lot at Teton Village. The new (as of 2016) Half Marathon start will be on Coyote Canyon Road, on the campus of the Journeys School of the Teton Science Schools. Parking is not permitted at the Half-Marathon start line, however, drop offs are allowed on Coyote Canyon Road. (Vehicles parked on Hwy 22 or on Coyote Canyon Rd after the start of the race will be ticketed and towed.)  It is approximately a 15 minute ride from Teton Village to the Half Marathon starting line.

7:00amMARATHON & MEMORIAL RELAY START (on Center Street, just north of the Town Square in downtown Jackson, WY)

7:00amHOLE HALF-MARATHON START (on Coyote Canyon Road in the lower parking lot of the Journeys School of the Teton Science Schools.)

10:00am – 1:30pm – Refreshments and snacks in the Village Commons near the Finish Line

12:00pm – Awards: While there is not a true, formal awards presentation for either event, Winners will be announced at Noon. Overall and Age Group award winners may pick up their prizes at the Awards Tent, near the Finish Line at Teton Village, starting at 10am (for the Half Marathon) and 11am (for the Full Marathon).  Awards are not mailed, so please check the results board near the Finish Line for finishing status. Top 3 overall Male/Female awards, as well as Masters awards, are based on “Gun Time” for both races.  All age group awards (two deep in each 10 year bracket) will be based on “Chip Time” for both races.

1:30pm – Finish Line closes (participants left on course may continue, provided bib numbers are removed; aid stations will be closed and fluids and/or Medical Support will not to be provided on course after 1:30pm).  The Jackson Hole Marathon Events is not responsible for participants on course after each aid station closes.  Please see the Rules & Regulations page for those times.

POST RACE SHUTTLES: START BUS shuttles (back to downtown Jackson only) will run on their regular schedule from near the finish line back to the Town of Jackson. Participants requiring transportation back to downtown Jackson (sorry, there is no return shuttle to the Half Marathon Starting line) can pick up a complimentary START BUS Shuttle Pass at the Awards Tent on race day. START Buses will depart for downtown Jackson across from the Clock Tower by the Tram at the following their regularly scheduled times: 9:35am, 10:35am, 11:35am; 12:50pm, 1:50pm, 2:50pm, 3:50pm* (*times subject to change depending on START BUS schedule)

The Post-Race Return Shuttle DOES NOT return to/stop at the Hole Half-Marathon Starting line. Therefore, Half-Marathon participants will need to take the free morning shuttle from the Ranch Lot at Teton Village to the Half Marathon Starting Line, or be dropped at the Half Marathon starting line on Coyote Canyon Rd, just off of Hwy 22!

2017 RESULTS (CLICK HERE)

2016 RESULTS (CLICK HERE)

2015 RESULTS (CLICK HERE)

2014 RESULTS (CLICK HERE)

Presented by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce and Dreamchasers

Baby Sleep Class

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Learn how to encourage healthy sleep habits for your baby so he sleeps through the night as soon as he’s ready!

Nothing is much fun without sleep. Get your baby sleeping so you can get back to fun!

You will learn:

* why some babies don’t sleep well

* how to develop healthy sleep habits for your baby so he will sleep through the night as soon as he’s ready

*lots of information about your baby’s sleep

Who: Parents of babies 0-24 months

When: Wednesday, July 25th from 6-7pm

Where: Jackson Whole Grocer community room

Cost: $20 per family

Register at www.happylittlecamperjh.com/workshop

Space is limited so reserve your spot today!

Front Porch Conversations: Earth Science, The Underpinning Of America

Science in America covers many fields but earth science is a comprehensive field that underpins the quantitative and qualitative aspects of all geologic features. Bob will discuss the status of American science and then describe the evolution and physical processes of the Yellowstone GeoEcosystem. Bob will end by sharing some ideas about advancing science in America, and specifically how science as a field can add value and relevance to discussions about public lands.

 

Speaker: Dr. Robert B. Smith, Distinguished Professor, Department of Geology, University of Utah

Facilitator: Katie Hoskinson, Executive Director, Teton Valley Aquatics

Front Porch Conversations: The Benefits Of Conservation Grazing – Healthy Soil and More

Today’s methods of raising food and managing agricultural lands are taxing nature. Nature offers another path based on systems thinking, soil as the foundation and lessons from grazing herds. We’ll discuss what TomKat Ranch and Point Blue Conservation Science are learning together about land stewardship and agricultural practices that foster healthy soils and improve net GHG emissions, water quality and availability, animal welfare, economic prosperity, biodiversity while growing food for people at the same time.

Speaker: Wendy Millet, Director, TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation

Facilitator: Christen Girard, Murie Faculty and Programs Manager, Teton Science Schools

The Paintings Of Sir Winston Churchill

landscape painting by Winston Churchill entitled "On the Var"THE PAINTINGS OF SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL

DATE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2018 TO SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2018

Widely known as the greatest statesman of the 20th century and the savior of Western civilization, a Nobel Prize winner, and the subject of a recent Academy Award-nominated film, more people than ever are taking an interest in Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965). Yet few are aware that he was an avid painter. Eleven oil paintings by Churchill from the 1920s to 1940s, from the collection of the family of the late Julian Sandys, the eldest of Churchill’s grandchildren, will join the spotlight in The Paintings of Sir Winston Churchill. The nine landscapes, plus a coastal scene, and a still life on view depict friends’ estates, gardens, as well as family vacation spots, including some of Churchill’s favorite travel destinations in France and Morocco.

Location: Heather James Fine Art
172 Center St., Suite 101
Jackson Hole, Wyoming

 

 

 

Art: Herb Alpert: A Visual Melody

HERB ALPERT: A VISUAL MELODY

DATE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2018 TO SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

Herb Alpert is an American Jazz musician who maintains a second career as an abstract expressionist painter and sculptor. The exhibition consists of abstract mixed-media paintings from the early 90s through 2017 and large and small-scale bronze sculptures of the same period.

The exhibit will feature Alpert’s 17-feet tall sculptures which, according to the Los Angeles Times, showcase “free-flowing gestures filled with unexpected curves and twists, much like Alpert’s music.”

Disc Golf Doubles

Random draw doubles tournament. Get randomly paired with a partner and play best-shot for all 18 holes of the course. For all ages and ability levels. No skill necessary. Meet at 5:30pm at hole 2 basket.

Check www.facebook.com/jhdiscgolf for more info.

Black Friday Sale at TVS, JH Sports, Hoback Sports

Black Friday Sale at TVS, JH Sports, Hoback Sports

The Black Friday craze has found its way to Jackson Hole! This is your chance to enjoy DEEP savings on top of the line skis, outerwear, accessories and much more. For the first time, we’re having Black Friday Sales going on at these 3 locations: Teton Village Sports, JH Sports, and Hoback Sports. So come on out to the village or stop in town and save HUGE.

 

TVS, Hoback Sports, JH Sports will be open 8-5. Each store will have specific sale items.

10% OFF STOREWIDE AT EACH LOCATION!
15% OFF FOR GRAND PASSHOLDERS!

DOOR BUSTERS (limited quantities):

  • JH Sports will have one set of Rossi Soul 7’s and Salomon QST’s for $399
  • TVS will have one set of Blizzard Bonafide’s for $399
  • Hoback Sports will have one set of Atomic Bent Chetlers for $399
  • Limited amounts of Stage Custom Goggles (JH Sports) and Smith Recon (Hoback Sports) goggles for 50% off
  • First boot bought at each store gets a free footbed
  • First ski (other than promo units above) gets a free binding (Look SPX or Marker Griffon)
  • 1st Snowboard purchased gets a free snowboard binding (up to $250) @ Hole in the Wall

BLACK FRIDAY DEALS (available all day):

  • Footbeds from Hoback Sports at $125
  • Footbeds from JH Sports at $125
  • Footbeds from TVS at $150
  • The North Face ‘E-Tip gloves’ at 50% off.
  • Any binding purchase gets a free mount
  • Get your board and skis ready for the season:
    • 50% off waxes
    • 50% off full tunes

7th Annual Driggs Digs Plein Air Art Festival

FREE TO THE PUBLIC
PLEASE JOIN US for a week of wonderful art experiences in Teton Valley, ID – only about 50 minutes from Jackson!
During this annual plein air painting competition, artists from all over the country set up their
easels outdoors to paint the scenery in Driggs and Teton Valley. The public is treated to FREE
gatherings including Gallery Receptions, Gallery Sales, Tent Sales, Paint Outs, Quick Draw
Competitions & Sales, Miniature Auction, professional artist demonstrations, and the Awards
Ceremony. The week kicks off with a free Symphony on Sunday concert featuring a local classical chamber ensemble, and includes a Quick Draw Competition and sale during
Music on Main. Hundreds of paintings of local scenes are for sale at the Driggs Plaza throughout
the week.
See full schedule at www.driggspleinair.org

Presented by the Downtown Driggs Association

July 29-August 4, 2018

ANNOUNCING  COMPETITION JUDGES

Renowned plein air artists Ned Mueller and Bill Sawczuk

FREE TO THE PUBLIC

Art Sales

Gallery SALES – July 29 – Aug 4 – 10 am-7 pm  Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs Center

Tent SALES – July 31-Aug 2 – Miniatures, Paint Out, Quick Draws, and plein air paintings – Driggs Plaza

Treasure Trove SALES – Aug 3-4- Miniatures, Paint Out, Quick Draws, and plein air paintings – Driggs Center

“WIN A MINI” Auction – Aug 2-4- Random Draw auction for $79 Miniatures – Driggs Center

Plein Air Events

SUNDAY, July 29

 Paint Out at Symphony on Sunday  – Sagebrush Chamber Ensemble

 4-6 pm – Driggs Plaza

Opening Reception – 6:00 – 8:00pm

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

MONDAY – July 30

Art Sales in Gallery & Tent all day

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

Paint Out at Grand Targhee Resort – 10 am – Grand Targhee

TUESDAY, July 31

Art Sales in Gallery & Tent all day

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

Quick Draw Competition & Sale  – 7:00 am – 10:00 am – Downtown Driggs

People’s Choice Voting, and Sales – 11:00 – 1:00 pm – Driggs Plaza

WEDNESDAY, Aug 1

Art Sales in Gallery & Tent all day

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

Quick Draw Competition & Sale  -7:00 am – 11:00 am – Teton Regional Land Trust Properties

Judging, Awards, and Sales –  11:00 -1:00pm  – Driggs Plaza

Professional Artist Demo by Ned Mueller – Aug. 1st at 2 pm – Driggs Plaza

THURSDAY, Aug. 2

Art Sales in Gallery & Tent all day

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

“WIN A MINI” Auction – through Saturday at 2:30 pm

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

Paint Out at Music on Main – Aug 2 – 6 pm -Music on Main, Victor

FRIDAY, Aug. 3

Art Sales in Gallery & Treasure Trove all day

 Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

Competition Judging – 9:00 – 10:00 am

“WIN A MINI” Auction – through Saturday at 2:00 pm

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

Awards Ceremony & Artist Reception – 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

Silent Auction of Grand Prize Winner -through Sat. at 3:00pm

SATURDAY, Aug. 4

Art Sales in Gallery & Treasure Trove all day

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

“WIN A MINI” Auction – until  2:00 pm

Teton Arts Gallery, Driggs City Center

People’s Choice, Artist’s Choice Voting  – until 2:00 pm

Silent Auction Winner Announced – 3:00 pm

People’s Choice and Artist’s Choice Awards Announced – 3:15 pm

“WIN A MINI” Auction Winners Announced – 3:30 pm

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Michael Bauch

Scott Berger

Emily Boespflug

Elizabeth Bowhan

Allen Brockbank

Stephen Bryner

Mary Butler

Linda Carlson

Jan Carlson

Philip Carlton

Sherry Carter

Stephen Chamberlain

Jude Chillen

Donna Dengler

Katy Fox

Christy Fuller

Kimball Geisler

DeLee Grant

Bonnie Griffith

Eileen Guernsey-Brown

Günther Haidenthaller

Dawn Hannay

Alissa Hartman

Leslie Hauer

Stephen Henry

Steven Heward

Daniel Hidalgo

Kara Hidalgo

Denise Hollenbach

Amber Hooper

Evie Huhta-Yanish

Dean Hunter-Cutrona

Karen Jacobsen

Jean Pierre Jacquet

Robin James

Carol Johansen

Monika Johnson

Sahil Lavingia

Alice Leese

Jay Mace

David Marty

Jean McDonough

Teri McLaren

Don Miskin

Noelle Naiden

Vanessa Nelson

Susan Perrin

Peggy Prugh

Vickor Puzanenko

Bernadette Regnier

Marty Ricks

Susan Rose

Julie Rumsey

Michael Sessions

Cynthia Shaw

Dale Snider

Karen Swanker

AndrewTaylor

Emily Thomas

JeanThurmond

SueTyler

Rebecca Vance

Chi E Shenam Westin

Andy White

Sheridan Wilder

Danie Wornicov

Marina Zavalova

Yoga on the Deck

Come enjoy elevated yoga on the Deck at the top of the Bridger Gondola! Get your sun salutations at 9095′. Sponsored by Teton Village Sports, Lole, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

2018 Dates: Thursdays and Saturdays July 5 through September 9

Details:

  • Gondola load at 9 am, class from 9:30 am-10:30 am
  • Participants can sign up online or at register in Teton Village Sports *cannot sign up in ticket offices
  • If signing up online, participants must go to Teton Village Sports to pick up ticket for gondola access.
  • $30/person and $25/winter season pass holders
  • Limited supply of mats provided, please bring a mat if you have one
  • Mats for sale in Teton Village Sports and Off Piste Market
  • $30 ticket includes onetime Bridger Gondola access
  • Receive a onetime 20% discount at Teton Village Sports

Please email questions to Chantal Cabrera at [email protected]

Come See the Clydesdales

Friday, July 6, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) will host the World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales. This team of eight Clydesdales will be pulling the Budweiser wagon through a tour of Teton Village starting at 1 pm. The team will then stop in front of the Aerial Tramway at 1:30 pm for guests to view and meet the majestic horses followed by a short presentation from the Budweiser Clydesdale handler. The Clydesdales team is here thanks to Osprey Beverages as part of the 4th of July parade on the Town Square.

50th Snow King Hill Climb Race

Location: 

Race Start:  SW Corner of Jackson Town Square

Race Finish:  Summit of Snow King Mountain

Time:  8:15 am pre-race meeting         8:30 am race start

Entry Fee:

$35 per entry.  Pre-registration accepted until 3:00 pm July 27th at the Teton County/Jackson Recreation Center or online at www.tetonparksandrec.org.

Race day registration (cash or check only)  is available at the Jackson Town Square from.

Entry fee includes a race souvenir, post race snacks and the opportunity to win great raffle prizes.

 Course:

2.3 miles for all participants.  .5 straight away start from the Jackson Town Square to the base of Snow King Mountain followed by 1.8 miles uphill over alpine terrain and switchbacks.  The course gains 1,571 feet to the finish line on top of the mountain.  Race participants may take a free chairlift ride down the mountain.

Prizes:

Overall male and female winners will receive a season pass for skiing at Snow King Mountain. Category winners will receive two, full day lift tickets for skiing at Snow King Resort. Awards and raffle will take place at Phil Baux Park located at the base of Snow King Mountain immediately following the race.

More Info:

Race entries can be mailed along with payment to:  TCJP&RD, P.O. Box 811, Jackson, WY  83001.  Mailed entries must be received by July 20th.   Bib numbers will be given out the morning of the race between 7:30 –  8:00 am at the Jackson Town Square.  Please park near Snow King Mountain or use the public parking lots north of the Town Square due to the Farmer’s Market taking place at the Jackson Town Square,

Volunteers Please call TCJP&RD at 307-739-9025 if you would like to volunteer for the race.

 

Business over Breakfast (BOB) Monthly Gathering – August 2018

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST

DATE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 2018 AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2018

 

Come meet all the candidates running in the primary for the open Town Council and County Commission seats!

Location: Grand Teton Room
Time: 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
Snow King Resort
Wyoming

 

The Chamber will be holding two Business Over Breakfast (BOB) meetings in August to provide an opportunity to meet all the candidates running in the primary for the open Town Council and County Commission seats.  The Chamber of Commerce strongly encourages business members to attend these forums. Successful candidates will influence the business environment of the future.

 

When: Thursday, August 2nd: 7.30-9.00am
Where: Snow King Grand Teton Room(one floor above the lobby)
Topic:  Town Council candidate forum,

Candidates Include:

Town Council
Don Frank – Incumbent
Arne Jorgensen
Zach Padilla
Judd Grossman
Jessica Sell Chambers
Jonathan Schechter

                        AND 

When: Friday, August 3rd: 7.30-9.00am
Where: Snow King Grand Teton Room (one floor above the lobby)
Topic:  County Commission candidate forum.

Candidates Include: 

County Commission
Mark Newcomb – Incumbent
Mark Barron
Andrew Byron
Luther Propst
Mary Martin
Dick Aurielo
Tim Rieser
Seadar Rose Davis

Each session includes a Q+A style breakfast with the candidates answering questions about crucial issues that impact Jackson’s business environment–issues regarding housing mitigation, affordable workforce housing, the lodging tax, and transportation.

Business Over Breakfast is $16.00 for members and $25.00 for non-members to attend. You can pay by cash, check, or credit card the day of the event. Please email [email protected] to register. If you have any questions please call the Chamber of Commerce at 307-733-3316.

 

More info on Business over Breakfast (BOB):  https://www.jacksonholechamber.com/business-membership/business-over-breakfast/

Art: Plein Air for the Park – Quick Draw and Sale

plein air painting

Enjoy watching the artists create a finished work of art from a blank canvas within a specified amount of time. These paintings will be offered for sale immediately following the Quick Draw, from 11:00AM to 12:00PM. This is a fixed price “off the easel” sale.

 

 

THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR PAINTERS PRESENT THEIR 7TH ANNUAL FINE ART SHOW AND SALE. FORTY PERCENT (40%) OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SHOW BENEFIT THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION WHICH PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR EDUCATIONAL, INTERPRETIVE AND SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS WITHIN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS BEGAN TO ARRIVE MONDAY JULY 9TH AND PAINTED PLEIN-AIR (OUTSIDE IN OPEN AIR) IN JACKSON HOLE AND GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. A SELECTION OF THEIR “WET PAINTINGS” WERE ON DISPLAY AT THE CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY & VISITOR CENTER IN MOOSE ON WEDNESDAY JULY 18TH FROM 7:00PM-9:00PM.
2018 EVENT SCHEDULE
MONDAY JULY 9 – SUNDAY JULY 22:
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR ARTISTS ARRIVE AND PAINT IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK AND JACKSON HOLE.MONDAY JULY 16:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 9:00AM -11:00AM
LOCATION: JACKSON LAKE LODGE, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AT THE HISTORIC JACKSON LAKE LODGE.TUESDAY JULY 17:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 11:00AM-2:00PM
LOCATION: JACKSON TOWN SQUARE
COME ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AS THEY WORK.WEDNESDAY JULY 18:
CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY AND VISITOR’S CENTER
EXHIBIT PUBLIC OPENING: 12:00PM.
PURCHASE PATRON PRIVATE RECEPTION 6:00PM-7:00PM, JULY 18
PUBLIC RECEPTION 7:00PM – 9:00PM, JULY 18
ALL WORKS ARE FOR SALE. RESERVE WORKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AND PURCHASE.

THURSDAY JULY 19:
“MORNING WITH THE MASTERS” YOUTH PAINT OUT 9:00AM-1:00PM
LOCATION: SCHWABACHER’S LANDING, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK.
ASPIRING YOUNG ARTISTS ARE JOINED BY RMPAP FOR A MORNING OF PLEIN AIR PAINTING. TO REGISTER CONTACT THE ART ASSOCIATION OF JACKSON HOLE. SPONSORED BY WILD TRIBUTE AND MOUNTAIN RESORT SERVICES

SATURDAY JULY 21:
QUICK DRAW & SALE 9:00AM -12:00PM
LOCATION: MENOR’S FERRY, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY WATCHING PARTICIPANTS CREATE A FINISHED WORK OF ART FROM A BLANK CANVAS. THESE PAINTINGS WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE QUICK DRAW, FROM 11:00AM TO 12:00PM. THIS IS A FIXED PRICE “OFF THE EASEL” SALE.

SUNDAY JULY 22
SHOW CONCLUDES AT 4:00PM

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
KATHY ANDERSON
MICHELE BYRNE
BETHANNE COPLE
STEPHEN DATZ
LAMYA DEEB
DON DERNOVICH
PEM DUNN
KAYE FRANKLIN
JAKE GAEDTKE
LANNY GRANT
ROBERT HAGBERG
DAVID HARMS
JENNIFER HOFFMAN
GARY HUBER
JOHN HUGHES
PEGGY IMMEL
JEANNE MACKENZIE
MICHAEL MCCLURE
CHUCK MARSHALL
WES NEWTON
NILES NORDQUIST
ERIN O’CONNOR
JOHN POTTER
RUTH RAWHOUSER
BILL SAWCZUK
GREG SCHEIBEL
RUSS TANNER
KATHRYN TURNER
KATHY WIPFLER
PHIL WRIGHT

GUEST ARTISTS
BEVERLY BOREN
KIM CASEBEER
TAMMY CALLENS
SUSAN MCCULLOUGH
MIKE RANGNER
BART WALKER
JIM WODARK

GUEST JUDGE
JOSH ELLIOTT  HELENA, MT.

 

Dance: ALL FuNKD’ UP – Savion Glover

PRESENTED BY DANCERS’ WORKSHOP

An unforgettable performance featuring Tony Award-winning choreographer and legendary hoofer Savion Glover with accompaniment by a six-piece live band. Jazz and funk combined with Savion’s electrifying rhythms and the exuberance of a rock-concert. This playful and dynamic exchange between musician and hoofer is sure to keep you at the edge of your seat!

A “MESMERIZING INTERPLAY OF PERCUSSIVE GENIUS AS HE AND HIS SIX-PIECE BAND AND A COMPANY OF DANCERS ILLUMINATE ORIGINAL GROOVES AND COMPOSITIONS” — DANCE INFORMA MAGAZINE

ADDITIONAL RESIDENCY EVENTS

In addition to bringing ALL FuNKD’ UP to Jackson Hole, Savion Glover returns to Jackson Hole for a fifth residency to share not only movement but tap history, philosophy, rhythm and musicality during an extended residency January 31 – February 3.

RHYTHM & THEORY WORKSHOP

Continuing the process of discovery and investigation with world-renowned tap dancers Savion Glover and fellow hoofer Marshall Davis, Jr. Using an unconventional teaching style, Savion teaches rhythms that you create with your body rather than step-by-step routines. These classes are open level for ages 7+ and multi-generational.

If you have ever wanted to try tap or want to finesse your style, why not join the world’s greatest living hoofer!

Thursday, January 31 / 6:00-7:30pm
Friday, February 1 / 6:00-7:30pm
Dancers’ Workshop Studio 4
Enroll at dwjh.org
REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 2

 

SCHOOL OUTREACH

Savion returns to continue to reach populations that might not venture into our studio space or the theater, visiting Jackson Hole Middle School music classrooms to explore rhythm and musicality. During two visits in May and October of 2018, Savion visited the Senior Center of JH, offered a lecture demonstration to the community and shared outreach at Jackson Hole Middle and High Schools.


MORE ABOUT SAVION

SAVION “COULD ARGUABLY BE THE BEST TAP DANCER THAT EVER LIVED. HE’S A GENIUS.” -GREGORY HINES

While ALL FuNKD’ UP marks the newest innovative expression from Savion, he celebrates his 36th year as a performing artist in show business. You may know him from his career starts as The Tap Dance Kid on Broadway and as a longtime tap dancer on Sesame Street. You may also know him for his later unprecedented choreography from Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk that garnered him a Tony Award for Best Choreography. His other credits include Black & Blue, Jelly’s Last Jam, the movie Tap with Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis, Jr., Spike Lee’s Bamboozled and Happy Feet and Happy Feet 2 (choreographed by Savion himself!), and the Broadway musical Shuffle Along.

Savion was privileged to dance with and be guided by the great Bunny Briggs, Buster Brown, Lon Chaney, Gregory Hines, Sammy Davis, Jr., Jimmy Slyde and Diane Walker. Today, he carries on the legacy of these pioneering hoofers and can often be found dancing on stages across the world with jazz musicians like Jack DeJohnette, Roy Haynes and McCoy Tyner.

Art: Plein Air for the Park Art Show and Sale

The Grand Teton Association and Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters present their 7th annual fine art show and sale. Forty percent (40%) of the proceeds from the show benefit the Grand Teton Association which provides support for educational, interpretive and scientific programs within Grand Teton National Park.

Participating artists began to arrive Monday July 9th and painted plein-air (outside in open air) in Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park.

A selection of their “wet paintings” will be on display at the Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center in Moose on Wednesday July 18th from 7:00pm-9:00pm.

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.pleinairforthepark.org/

THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR PAINTERS PRESENT THEIR 7TH ANNUAL FINE ART SHOW AND SALE. FORTY PERCENT (40%) OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SHOW BENEFIT THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION WHICH PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR EDUCATIONAL, INTERPRETIVE AND SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS WITHIN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS BEGAN TO ARRIVE MONDAY JULY 9TH AND PAINTED PLEIN-AIR (OUTSIDE IN OPEN AIR) IN JACKSON HOLE AND GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. A SELECTION OF THEIR “WET PAINTINGS” WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY & VISITOR CENTER IN MOOSE ON WEDNESDAY JULY 18TH FROM 7:00PM-9:00PM.

2018 EVENT SCHEDULE

MONDAY JULY 9 – SUNDAY JULY 22:
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR ARTISTS ARRIVE AND PAINT IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK AND JACKSON HOLE.

MONDAY JULY 16:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 9:00AM -11:00AM
LOCATION: JACKSON LAKE LODGE, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AT THE HISTORIC JACKSON LAKE LODGE.

TUESDAY JULY 17:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 11:00AM-2:00PM
LOCATION: JACKSON TOWN SQUARE
COME ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AS THEY WORK.

WEDNESDAY JULY 18:
CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY AND VISITOR’S CENTER
EXHIBIT PUBLIC OPENING: 12:00PM.
PURCHASE PATRON PRIVATE RECEPTION 6:00PM-7:00PM, JULY 18
PUBLIC RECEPTION 7:00PM – 9:00PM, JULY 18
ALL WORKS ARE FOR SALE. RESERVE WORKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AND PURCHASE.

THURSDAY JULY 19:
“MORNING WITH THE MASTERS” YOUTH PAINT OUT 9:00AM-1:00PM
LOCATION: SCHWABACHER’S LANDING, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK.
ASPIRING YOUNG ARTISTS ARE JOINED BY RMPAP FOR A MORNING OF PLEIN AIR PAINTING. TO REGISTER CONTACT THE ART ASSOCIATION OF JACKSON HOLE. SPONSORED BY WILD TRIBUTE AND MOUNTAIN RESORT SERVICES

SATURDAY JULY 21:
QUICK DRAW & SALE 9:00AM -12:00PM
LOCATION: MENOR’S FERRY, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY WATCHING PARTICIPANTS CREATE A FINISHED WORK OF ART FROM A BLANK CANVAS. THESE PAINTINGS WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE QUICK DRAW, FROM 11:00AM TO 12:00PM. THIS IS A FIXED PRICE “OFF THE EASEL” SALE.

SUNDAY JULY 22:
SHOW CONCLUDES AT 4:00PM

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
KATHY ANDERSON
MICHELE BYRNE
BETHANNE COPLE
STEPHEN DATZ
LAMYA DEEB
DON DERNOVICH
PEM DUNN
KAYE FRANKLIN
JAKE GAEDTKE
LANNY GRANT
ROBERT HAGBERG
DAVID HARMS
JENNIFER HOFFMAN
GARY HUBER
JOHN HUGHES
PEGGY IMMEL
JEANNE MACKENZIE
MICHAEL MCCLURE
CHUCK MARSHALL
WES NEWTON
NILES NORDQUIST
ERIN O’CONNOR
JOHN POTTER
RUTH RAWHOUSER
BILL SAWCZUK
GREG SCHEIBEL
RUSS TANNER
KATHRYN TURNER
KATHY WIPFLER
PHIL WRIGHT

GUEST ARTISTS
BEVERLY BOREN
KIM CASEBEER
TAMMY CALLENS
SUSAN MCCULLOUGH
MIKE RANGNER
BART WALKER
JIM WODARK

GUEST JUDGE
JOSH ELLIOTT  HELENA, MT.

Art: Plein Air for the Park – in Jackson Town Square

Credit: Turner Fine Art Jackson Wyoming

Come enjoy the Plein air painting process and interact with the artists as they work on the Jackson Town Square.

 

 

https://www.pleinairforthepark.org/

THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR PAINTERS PRESENT THEIR 7TH ANNUAL FINE ART SHOW AND SALE. FORTY PERCENT (40%) OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SHOW BENEFIT THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION WHICH PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR EDUCATIONAL, INTERPRETIVE AND SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS WITHIN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS BEGAN TO ARRIVE MONDAY JULY 9TH AND PAINTED PLEIN-AIR (OUTSIDE IN OPEN AIR) IN JACKSON HOLE AND GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. A SELECTION OF THEIR “WET PAINTINGS” WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY & VISITOR CENTER IN MOOSE ON WEDNESDAY JULY 18TH FROM 7:00PM-9:00PM.

2018 EVENT SCHEDULE

MONDAY JULY 9 – SUNDAY JULY 22:
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR ARTISTS ARRIVE AND PAINT IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK AND JACKSON HOLE.

MONDAY JULY 16:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 9:00AM -11:00AM
LOCATION: JACKSON LAKE LODGE, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AT THE HISTORIC JACKSON LAKE LODGE.

TUESDAY JULY 17:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 11:00AM-2:00PM
LOCATION: JACKSON TOWN SQUARE
COME ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AS THEY WORK.

WEDNESDAY JULY 18:
CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY AND VISITOR’S CENTER
EXHIBIT PUBLIC OPENING: 12:00PM.
PURCHASE PATRON PRIVATE RECEPTION 6:00PM-7:00PM, JULY 18
PUBLIC RECEPTION 7:00PM – 9:00PM, JULY 18
ALL WORKS ARE FOR SALE. RESERVE WORKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AND PURCHASE.

THURSDAY JULY 19:
“MORNING WITH THE MASTERS” YOUTH PAINT OUT 9:00AM-1:00PM
LOCATION: SCHWABACHER’S LANDING, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK.
ASPIRING YOUNG ARTISTS ARE JOINED BY RMPAP FOR A MORNING OF PLEIN AIR PAINTING. TO REGISTER CONTACT THE ART ASSOCIATION OF JACKSON HOLE. SPONSORED BY WILD TRIBUTE AND MOUNTAIN RESORT SERVICES

SATURDAY JULY 21:
QUICK DRAW & SALE 9:00AM -12:00PM
LOCATION: MENOR’S FERRY, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY WATCHING PARTICIPANTS CREATE A FINISHED WORK OF ART FROM A BLANK CANVAS. THESE PAINTINGS WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE QUICK DRAW, FROM 11:00AM TO 12:00PM. THIS IS A FIXED PRICE “OFF THE EASEL” SALE.

SUNDAY JULY 22:
SHOW CONCLUDES AT 4:00PM

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
KATHY ANDERSON
MICHELE BYRNE
BETHANNE COPLE
STEPHEN DATZ
LAMYA DEEB
DON DERNOVICH
PEM DUNN
KAYE FRANKLIN
JAKE GAEDTKE
LANNY GRANT
ROBERT HAGBERG
DAVID HARMS
JENNIFER HOFFMAN
GARY HUBER
JOHN HUGHES
PEGGY IMMEL
JEANNE MACKENZIE
MICHAEL MCCLURE
CHUCK MARSHALL
WES NEWTON
NILES NORDQUIST
ERIN O’CONNOR
JOHN POTTER
RUTH RAWHOUSER
BILL SAWCZUK
GREG SCHEIBEL
RUSS TANNER
KATHRYN TURNER
KATHY WIPFLER
PHIL WRIGHT

GUEST ARTISTS
BEVERLY BOREN
KIM CASEBEER
TAMMY CALLENS
SUSAN MCCULLOUGH
MIKE RANGNER
BART WALKER
JIM WODARK

GUEST JUDGE
JOSH ELLIOTT  HELENA, MT.

Art: Morning with the Masters Youth Paint Out

Aspiring young artists are joined by RMPAP for a morning of Plein air painting.

 

To register call: 307.733.6379 or visit http://artassociation.org/

 

 

Sponsored by the Art Association of Jackson Hole, Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters, and the Grand Teton Association.

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.pleinairforthepark.org/

THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR PAINTERS PRESENT THEIR 7TH ANNUAL FINE ART SHOW AND SALE. FORTY PERCENT (40%) OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SHOW BENEFIT THE GRAND TETON ASSOCIATION WHICH PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR EDUCATIONAL, INTERPRETIVE AND SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS WITHIN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS BEGAN TO ARRIVE MONDAY JULY 9TH AND PAINTED PLEIN-AIR (OUTSIDE IN OPEN AIR) IN JACKSON HOLE AND GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK. A SELECTION OF THEIR “WET PAINTINGS” WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY & VISITOR CENTER IN MOOSE ON WEDNESDAY JULY 18TH FROM 7:00PM-9:00PM.

2018 EVENT SCHEDULE

MONDAY JULY 9 – SUNDAY JULY 22:
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PLEIN AIR ARTISTS ARRIVE AND PAINT IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK AND JACKSON HOLE.

MONDAY JULY 16:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 9:00AM -11:00AM
LOCATION: JACKSON LAKE LODGE, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AT THE HISTORIC JACKSON LAKE LODGE.

TUESDAY JULY 17:
GROUP PAINTING DEMONSTRATION 11:00AM-2:00PM
LOCATION: JACKSON TOWN SQUARE
COME ENJOY THE PLEIN AIR PAINTING PROCESS AND INTERACT WITH THE ARTISTS AS THEY WORK.

WEDNESDAY JULY 18:
CRAIG THOMAS DISCOVERY AND VISITOR’S CENTER
EXHIBIT PUBLIC OPENING: 12:00PM.
PURCHASE PATRON PRIVATE RECEPTION 6:00PM-7:00PM, JULY 18
PUBLIC RECEPTION 7:00PM – 9:00PM, JULY 18
ALL WORKS ARE FOR SALE. RESERVE WORKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AND PURCHASE.

THURSDAY JULY 19:
“MORNING WITH THE MASTERS” YOUTH PAINT OUT 9:00AM-1:00PM
LOCATION: SCHWABACHER’S LANDING, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK.
ASPIRING YOUNG ARTISTS ARE JOINED BY RMPAP FOR A MORNING OF PLEIN AIR PAINTING. TO REGISTER CONTACT THE ART ASSOCIATION OF JACKSON HOLE. SPONSORED BY WILD TRIBUTE AND MOUNTAIN RESORT SERVICES

SATURDAY JULY 21:
QUICK DRAW & SALE 9:00AM -12:00PM
LOCATION: MENOR’S FERRY, GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ENJOY WATCHING PARTICIPANTS CREATE A FINISHED WORK OF ART FROM A BLANK CANVAS. THESE PAINTINGS WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE QUICK DRAW, FROM 11:00AM TO 12:00PM. THIS IS A FIXED PRICE “OFF THE EASEL” SALE.

SUNDAY JULY 22:
SHOW CONCLUDES AT 4:00PM

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
KATHY ANDERSON
MICHELE BYRNE
BETHANNE COPLE
STEPHEN DATZ
LAMYA DEEB
DON DERNOVICH
PEM DUNN
KAYE FRANKLIN
JAKE GAEDTKE
LANNY GRANT
ROBERT HAGBERG
DAVID HARMS
JENNIFER HOFFMAN
GARY HUBER
JOHN HUGHES
PEGGY IMMEL
JEANNE MACKENZIE
MICHAEL MCCLURE
CHUCK MARSHALL
WES NEWTON
NILES NORDQUIST
ERIN O’CONNOR
JOHN POTTER
RUTH RAWHOUSER
BILL SAWCZUK
GREG SCHEIBEL
RUSS TANNER
KATHRYN TURNER
KATHY WIPFLER
PHIL WRIGHT

GUEST ARTISTS
BEVERLY BOREN
KIM CASEBEER
TAMMY CALLENS
SUSAN MCCULLOUGH
MIKE RANGNER
BART WALKER
JIM WODARK

GUEST JUDGE
JOSH ELLIOTT  HELENA, MT.

Art: Teton Mudpots Summer Sale

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Two-day sale of locally made pottery, prints, paintings, jewelry and more!

Join us on the Sidewalk on the Glenwood side of the Center for the Arts for this two-day sale of locally made art! This sale is a fundraiser for all of our studios – including the ceramics studio, the multi-purpose studio, painting/printmaking studio and photography studio.

Thousands of pots will be available from the many potters who create in the Art Association’s ceramics studio. Choose from cups, mugs, bowls, plates, casseroles, bottles, soap dispensers, pitchers, teapots, sculptures and other eclectic creations. Also NEW ADDITIONS – paintings, prints, drawings, and jewelry! It’s a one-stop shop!

Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. All sales are final. 30% of the proceeds benefit the Art Association studios. For more information, please contact 307-733-6379.

 

 

HOURS:
THURSDAY FROM 10AM-7PM
FRIDAY FROM 10AM-5PM

Art: Teton Mudpots Summer Sale

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Two-day sale of locally made pottery, prints, paintings, jewelry and more!

Join us on the Sidewalk on the Glenwood side of the Center for the Arts for this two-day sale of locally made art! This sale is a fundraiser for all of our studios – including the ceramics studio, the multi-purpose studio, painting/printmaking studio and photography studio.

Thousands of pots will be available from the many potters who create in the Art Association’s ceramics studio. Choose from cups, mugs, bowls, plates, casseroles, bottles, soap dispensers, pitchers, teapots, sculptures and other eclectic creations. Also NEW ADDITIONS – paintings, prints, drawings, and jewelry! It’s a one-stop shop!

Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. All sales are final. 30% of the proceeds benefit the Art Association studios. For more information, please contact 307-733-6379.

 

 

HOURS:
THURSDAY FROM 10AM-7PM
FRIDAY FROM 10AM-5PM

Fall Festival

Fall Festival

Join us for an evening of family fun at St. John’s Church on Friday, October 19, 4:30 – 7:00 p.m.

There will be fall-themed crafts, games, and food. Highlights include face painting, carnival games, prizes, a photo booth and so much more!

Please bring unexpired food or personal items for the Jackson Cupboard to participate.

 

 

 

 

 

170 North Glenwood Street, Jackson, WY 83001

Save A Life, Drink A Beer: Community Blood Drive

SAVE A LIFE, DRINK A BEER: COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE

“A Pint for a Pint” is back! Snake River Brewing will provide a voucher to each blood donor at next week’s drive for a free pint of beer or rootbeer at Snake River Brewing at 265 S Millward St in Jackson. The vouchers can be used the month of October.

Save a life and celebrate your community spirit with a beer.

An appointment expedites the process and can be made at www.bloodhero.com or by calling 1-800-365-4450.

The drive will be held at Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church Wednesday, October 10th from noon until 5:45pm and again on Thursday, October 11th from 7:30am until 11am.