15th Annual Christmas Bazaar

Get into the holiday spirit by attending the annual Christmas Craft Bazaar at the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole. Over 50 vendors with items such as wreaths, Christmas decor, tapestry pillows, framed prints, wood carvings, clothing accessories, stationery, artwork, photography, antler baskets, kitchen items and much, much more! Come for breakfast and lunch. Enjoy the music and a special visit from Santa Claus! Lots of parking, and no stairs.

The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Holiday Parties and Events at The Wort

Holiday Parties and Events at The Wort

Celebrate with The Wort Hotel at the 22nd annual 12 Days of Christmas, November 29 – December 31st.

There’s no merrier place to celebrate the holiday season than at the historic Wort Hotel in downtown Jackson, Wyoming. We’ll have holly jolly happenings for all ages during our 12 Days of Christmas! Below is a schedule of all the fun activities. Bring the whole family to visit with Santa, enjoy building your own Gingerbread House and much more. To download the full schedule, please click here.

ALL AGES

Thursday, November 29 – Holiday Street Party Chamber Mixer

From 5-7pm enjoy live music and our annual Glenwood street lighting with Santa. Please dress warm because these events will be outside. Inside, we will have food and drinks and kids under 12 years old can eat for free in the Silver Dollar Grill.

Wednesday, December 12 – Old Tyme Christmas

Sponsored by the Jackson Hole Historical Society, it’s a wonderful evening of stories, music, refreshments and more. We are hosting an earlier kids show at 5:30pm and a later show at 7pm in the Silver Dollar Showroom. Reservations are not necessary.

Thursday, December 13 – Gingerbread House Decoratinggingerbread house at The Wort Hotel

Join us in the Jackson Room or Goldpiece Room as we build Gingerbread Houses. This event is from 6-8pm and costs $50. Reservations are required please call 307-732-3960.

Saturday, December 15 – Holiday Performance and Lunch with Santa

Jackson Hole Playhouse will be performing in the Showroom at 10:30am. A holiday treat for all ages. $10 Adults / $5 Kids. Doors open at 10am, first come seating. Then at 11am stay for Lunch with Santa. This event will be a food drive for JH Food Cupboard. Bring a can and you get to see Santa! We will offer a special kid’s menu and our regular lunch and drink specials. No reservations required, open seating. Please call for details, 307-732-3960.

Wednesday, December 19 – Cookie Decorating

$16 per dozen, Reservations required, 5-7 p.m. Jackson Room. This event sells out, so make your reservations early! Please call 307-732-3960.

Friday, December 21 – Kids Karols

Join us in the Silver Dollar Showroom as local preschoolers parade onto the stage to perform holiday songs for cheering crowds. Free, 10:30 a.m. Showroom.
kid meeting Santa in Jackson, Wyoming

Tuesday, December 25 – Wort Hotel’s Famous Christmas Buffet

This buffet of traditional favorites is something to look forward to! Be sure to make your reservation as seats do fill up. 11am-4pm. Call 307-732-3939. To view the full menu, please click here.

FOR ADULTS

Saturday, December 1 – Melvin Tap Takeover & Beer Dinner

Join us in the Silver Dollar Bar from 11am-6pm as Melvin Brewing takes over our taps. Later, we will host our first ever Melvin Beer Dinner. Enjoy a 8 course dinner paired for various Melvin craft beers. This event is from 6:30-10pm in the Clymer Room and costs $120/person. Please call 307-732-3939 to reserve your spot. For more information and to view the paired menu, please click here.

Saturday, December 8 – Local’s Appreciation Holiday Party

From 7-11pm in the Silver Dollar Bar & Showroom. Enjoy live music with Chanman Roots Band, drink specials and raffle prizes.

Thursday, December 20 – Ugly Sweater Party

Lazy Eyes will perform and we will be giving a prize for ugliest sweater. Free, 7:30-11pm, Silver Dollar Showroom.

Saturday, December 29 – Holiday Hangover Party

Enjoy drink specials all day from 11am-11pm, including $5 Bloody Mary’s and discounted draft beers, to help nurse your holiday hangover away. From 7:30-11pm enjoy live music with The Famous Undercover in the Silver Dollar Showroom.

champagne glasses for New Year's Eve in WyomingMonday, December 31 –  New Year’s Eve Celebration

Live music with Dirt road Band and party favors. Free, 8-midnight, Silver Dollar Showroom.

To book one of our 12 Days of Christmas events please call 307-732-3960 (Event Reservations) or 307-732-3939 (Dining Reservations).

Plan your winter stay at The Wort Hotel and save. We’ve got plenty of winter specials and packages for multi-day stays.

The Wort Hotel’s 21st Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Celebrate the holiday season at The Wort Hotel! Events include gingerbread workshop, cookie decorating, brunch with Santa, and the Wort’s Christmas Day Buffet. Visit website for calendar of events: www.worthotel.com Contact: 307.732.3960 for event reservations

Holiday Parties and Events at The Wort

Celebrate with The Wort Hotel at the 21st annual 12 Days of Christmas, December 7 – 31

There’s no merrier place to celebrate the holiday season than at the historic Wort Hotel in downtown Jackson, Wyoming. We’ll have holly jolly happenings for all ages during our 12 Days of Christmas! Below is a schedule of all the fun activities. Bring the whole family to visit with Santa, enjoy a musical performance from Jingles in Jackson and so much more.

ALL AGES

Thursday 12/7 – 7th Annual Glenwood Street Lighting, Santa & JH Chamber of Commerce Mixer
This annual event is open to the whole community. Starting outside with hot cocoa and treats, families enthusiastically await the arrival of Santa who will flip the switch to light up Glenwood Street. Free. 5-7pm Chamber Mixer, 5:30-6:30 Santa & Street Lighting. Live music to follow with Pat Chadwick Trio in The Showroom.

Tuesday 12/12 – Gingerbread House Decorating
This is the locals’ favorite event so be sure to sign-up early! This event always sells out. $50 per house, Reservations Required, 6-8 p.m. Jackson Room.

Wednesday 12/13 – Jingles in Jackson
Big City Broadway’s youth choir performs”Holiday Inc.” in our Showroom. The show is a fun musical full of humor and pop songs. Free, 6-6:30pm. Families are encouraged to stay for dinner and children are welcome to dine in the Silver Dollar Bar until 7pm. Reservations not necessary.

Thursday 12/14 – Old Tyme Christmas
Sponsored by the Jackson Hole Historical Society, it’s a wonderful evening of stories, music, refreshments and more. Jackson Room. Free, 7-9 p.m. Reservations not necessary.

Sunday 12/17 – Brunch with Santa
Entertainment provided by the Jackson Hole Playhouse. 9:30 – 11:30am. $23 Adults / $12 Kids. Jackson Room. Reservations Required.

Thursday 12/21 – Kids’ Karols 
Join us in the Silver Dollar Showroom as local pre-schoolers parade onto the stage to perform holiday songs for cheering crowds. Free, 10:30 a.m. Showroom.

Thursday 12/21 – Cookie Decorating
$16 per dozen, Reservations Required, 5-7 p.m. Jackson Room. This event sells out, so make your reservations early!

Monday 12/25 – Wort Hotel’s Famous Christmas Buffet
This buffet of traditional favorites is something to look forward to! Be sure to make your reservation as seatings do fill up. 11am-4pm. Call 307-732-3939. Click here to view the Chrismtas Buffet menu.

FOR ADULTS

Sunday 12/10 – Locals Appreciation Holiday Party
Champagne Galaxy performs in the Showroom. Raffle prizes, giveaways, food and drink specials. Free, 7:30-11pm, Showroom.

Saturday 12/23 – Ugly Sweater Party
Derrik and the Dynamos perform and prize for ugliest sweater. Free, 7:30-11pm, Showroom.

Sunday 12/24 – Christmas Eve Merriment
John Kidwell and Peter chandler perform, drink specials. Free, 7:30-11pm, Showroom.

Sunday 12/31 –  New Year’s Eve Party
Live music with Chanman Roots Band, party favors, and a midnight toast. Free, 7-midnight, Showroom.

To book one of our 12 Days of Christmas events please call 307-732-3960 (Event Reservations) or 307-732-3939 (Dining Reservations).

Plan your winter stay at The Wort Hotel and save. We’ve got plenty of winter specials and packages for multi-day stays.

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Food and Drink: Melvin Tap Takeover and Beer Dinner – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Saturday, December 1 – Melvin Tap Takeover & Beer Dinner

Join us in the Silver Dollar Bar from 11am-6pm as Melvin Brewing takes over our taps. Later, we will host our first ever Melvin Beer Dinner. Enjoy a 8 course dinner paired for various Melvin craft beers. This event is from 6:30-10pm in the Clymer Room and costs $120/person. Please call 307-732-3939 to reserve your spot.

Melvin Brewing Tap Takeover and Beer Dinner

This December, The Silver Dollar Bar & Grill has partnered with Melvin Brewing for 2 events that you will not want to miss.

On Saturday, December 1 Melvin Brewing is taking over our taps in the Silver Dollar Bar from 11am-6pm.

Melvin Beer Dinner

Following the Tap Takeover, The Silver Dollar Bar & Grill presents the Melvin Beer Dinner. Melvin Brewing and The Silver Dollar Bar & Grill, team up to create a foodie and beer lovers dream. We will offer 8 courses perfectly paired with 8 different Melvin beers. $120 / person.

Please call 307-732-3939 to reserve your spot. There is limited availability, so do not wait to call.

The Idea

Silver Dollar’s Executive Chef, Jesse Pelican is a Melvin Taproom regular and Melvin beer enthusiast who one day approached Dave, the Head Production Brewer with the idea of a Beer Dinner at the Wort. Both parties were enthusiastic about the idea and hoped the community would be equally excited. The courses will be presented with a few words from Jesse and Melvin Brewing about how the flavors and smells were paired to perfectly complement each other and the thought process that went into each course. This is sure to be an unforgettable experience for anyone who attends.

Menu

Course 1 – Scallop, Shrimp, Octopus Ceviche paired with Heyzeus
Course 2 – Smoked Elk Brisket with Jicima and Pear Slaw paired with Your IPA
Course 3 – Braised Pork Belly with Ginger Scented Watermelon paired with Melvin IPA
Course 4 – Lamb Merguez Sausage with Whipped Goat Cheese and Huckleberry Mustard paired with Hubert MPA
Course 5 – Mango, Cucumber, Fennel, and Arugula Salad with a Chili Vinaigrette paired with Citradamus
Course 6 – Braised Goose Legs with Brown Ale Cassoulet paired with Pilot Brown Ale
Course 7 – Crayfish Etoufee and Rice paired with 2×4
Course 8 – Drunken Cherry Ice Cream paired with BA Ruckus

Who is Melvin?

Melvin Brewing is one of three breweries that started here in Jackson, Wyoming. Since its first day in 2009, Melvin has gained national attention winning multiple awards at various beer festivals. Embracing the chaos and riding the wave, Melvin Brewing is now ready to take its world class beers on a worldwide tour.

This event is part of the Wort Hotel’s 12 Days of Christmas. For more information and to view the full 12 Days of Christmas schedule, please click here.

Locals Appreciation Holiday Party – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Live Music – Ugly Sweater Party – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Ugly Sweater Party with Lazy Eyes

Lazy Eyes will perform and we will be giving a prize for ugliest sweater. Free, 7:30-11pm, Silver Dollar Showroom.

Part of our 12 Days of Christmas – Ugly Sweater Party with music by Lazy Eyes.

Lazy Eyes are an underground basement rock band. It is a 7 piece band with a big sound playing mostly rock and roll covers. Their set lists are diverse and will keep you guessing what’s coming next. Classic Rock, Punk, Hip Hop, Blues, and Metal are intertwined into their set lists that flow like an avalanche of sound. They have 2 original songs that have catchy lyrics and funky upbeat rhythm. You won’t hear any bluegrass or jazz at a Lazy Eye Show, but you will move your body to the fast-paced sounds. They are not experienced or professionally trained musicians; however, the Lazy Eyes will play with a lot of energy and will keep the dance floor rocking’. After all, their motto is “Stay Lazy”. They are building a strong following in the Jackson area, and will be playing several gigs in Jackson this winter. Don’t miss the chance to see the newest rock band in town. They may be sloppy, but they sure are Lazy!

Snow King Mountain 2017/2018 Winter Opening Day

Dec 2nd – March 26th ~ Snow King Mountain 2017/2018 Winter Opening Day
Where: Snow King Mountain
When: Monday-Friday,10:00am-7:00pm
Saturdays, 9:00am-7:00pm
Sunday, 9:00am-4:00 pm
More Info: Visit the website for details on all
winter activities
Night skiing: Monday-Saturday from 4:00pm-
7:00pm
Visit: www.snowkingmountain.com
Contact: 307.734.3194 or 307.201.5464
(rentals)

15th Annual Teton Library Benefit

Immerse yourself in the elegance, wonder, and magic of a Nordic winter evening at this year’s Annual Library Benefit. Tickets available online only at tclib.eventbrite.com. Ticket proceeds benefit the Teton County Library Foundation.

 

New Year’s Eve Celebration – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

champagne glasses for New Year's Eve in WyomingMonday, December 31 –  New Year’s Eve Celebration

Live music with Dirt Road Band and party favors.

Free, 8-midnight, Silver Dollar Showroom.

 

To book one of our 12 Days of Christmas events please call 307-732-3960 (Event Reservations) or 307-732-3939 (Dining Reservations)

Wort Hotel’s Famous Christmas Buffet – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Tuesday, December 25 – Wort Hotel’s Famous Christmas Buffet

This buffet of traditional favorites is something to look forward to! Be sure to make your reservation as seats do fill up. 11am-4pm. Call 307-732-3939. To view the full menu, please click here.

 

CARVED OFFERINGS

Carved Prime Rib, Oven-Roasted Tom Turkey, Slow Roasted Ham

SEAFOOD OFFERINGS

Adriatic Prawns, Steamed Alaska King Crab Legs, Smoked Skuna Bay Salmon, Smoked Idaho Ruby Trout

BREAKFAST OFFERINGS

Omelet Station, Applewood Smoked Bacon and Pork Sausage Links, Silver Dollar Pancakes, Hash Brown Potatoes, Freshly Baked Muffins, Danish and Croissants

HOT ACCOMPANIMENTS

Sage and Mushroom Stuffing, Hericot Vert Almandine, Mashed Yukon Potatoes, Roasted Yams with Bourbon Barrel Maple Syrup, Roasted Winter Root Vegetables, World Famous Wort Hotel Corn Chowder

TRADITIONAL BUFFET DISHES

Seasonal Display of Fruit and Berries, Melange of Domestic and International Cheeses, Assortment of Flatbreads and Crackers, Autumnal Greens Salad, Traditional Caesar Salad

ASSORTED DESSERTS AND SWEETS

 

Jesse Pelican, Executive Chef

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2018 | 11AM TO 4PM, RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED 307-732-3939

Kids Karols – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Friday, December 21 – Kids Karols

Join us in the Silver Dollar Showroom as local preschoolers parade onto the stage to perform holiday songs for cheering crowds.

Free, 10:30 a.m. Showroom.

Holiday Performance and Lunch with Santa – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Saturday, December 15 – Holiday Performance and Lunch with Santa

Jackson Hole Playhouse will be performing in the Showroom at 10:30am. A holiday treat for all ages. $10 Adults / $5 Kids. Doors open at 10am, first come seating. Then at 11am stay for Lunch with Santa.

This event will be a food drive for JH Food Cupboard. Bring a can and you get to see Santa! We will offer a special kid’s menu and our regular lunch and drink specials.

No reservations required, open seating. Please call for details, 307-732-3960.

Gingerbread House Decorating – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Thursday, December 13 – Gingerbread House Decoratinggingerbread house at The Wort Hotel

Join us in the Jackson Room or Goldpiece Room as we build Gingerbread Houses. This event is from 6-8pm and costs $50.

Reservations are required; please call 307-732-3960.

Cookie Decorating – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

christmas cookiesWednesday, December 19 – Cookie Decorating

$16 per dozen, Reservations required, 5-7 p.m. Jackson Room.

This event sells out, so make your reservations early! Please call 307-732-3960.

Old Tyme Christmas – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Wednesday, December 12 – Old Tyme Christmas

Sponsored by the Jackson Hole Historical Society, it’s a wonderful evening of stories, music, refreshments and more. We are hosting an earlier kids show at 5:30pm and a later show at 7pm in the Silver Dollar Showroom. Reservations are not necessary.

Live Music – Holiday Hangover Party with The Famous Undercover – The Wort Hotel’s 22nd Annual 12 Days of Christmas

Part of our 12 Days of Christmas – Holiday Hangover Party with the Famous Undercover

Enjoy drink specials all day from 11am-11pm, including $5 Bloody Marys and discounted draft beers, to help nurse your holiday hangover away. From 7:30-11pm enjoy live music with The Famous Undercover in the Silver Dollar Showroom.

The Famous Undercover covers top 40’s hits from the past 4 decades! They are committed to delivering top-notch entertainment that can be tailored to fit your event! They specialize in weddings, corporate and civic events and private parties. The band is built on the belief that music should not just be heard but experienced.

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

Raptor Encounters – Teton Raptor Center –

Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation.

Last Saturday of the month

From 12pm-1pm and 2pm-3pm

Hardeman Ranch in Wilson

Space is limited to 18 and reservations are required. Book online. Visit website for special holiday programs.

www.tetonraptorcenter.org

 

A Taste of Toscana

Our Around the World dinners are back with a new chef, Eric Sakai and his wife, Zarina Sakai. Our first dinner will be an escape to Tuscany on Thursday, November 16th at 7pm. $45 per person. Check out the menu below and call us at Streetfood, 307-200-6633, to reserve your spot today.

Next up is Hawaii, so reserve November 30th for a trip to the tropics.  Menu to follow.
Thank you,
Amelia Hatchard

Owner, Streetfood @ The Stagecoach
307-200-6633

JHHS Invites Veterans to Lunch

 “Honoring Your Service Recognition”
 
Thursday, November 9th
Lunch provided at 12:15 – 1:00pm followed by recognition in the JHHS auditorium with our students at 1:00pm
 
We thank you for your service and look forward to seeing you.
Scott Crisp, Ph.D., Principal, Jackson Hole High School
RSVP to Mary Tisi at 307 732 3709

Guests Welcome

Casino Night Benefit

Grab your friends and neighbors and join us for Casino Night at the Historic Wort Hotel. The Jackson Hole Rotary Club invites you for an evening of dining, dancing, drinking and fun money gambling on November the 4th at 6:30pm. In addition to having a good time feel good knowing the event benefits local Rotary Scholarships that provide “Dollars for Scholars” for the Jackson Hole community.

Get your ticket on or before October 2nd for $100 because after that they will go up to $150. Don’t wait, we will sell out! Also, the Wort hotel is generously offering rooms for $99 if you want to stay the night!

Art Party: Mix’d Media “Jackson Collects: Wild Selections from Private Collections” 

Mix’d Media “Jackson Collects: Wild Selections from Private Collections” 

Thursday, November 2
6 – 9 p.m.
FREE to the public
Members receive one free drink

Join us for a celebration of “Jackson Collects: Wild Selections from Private Collections.” This exhibit showcases rarely seen work from private art collections, giving visitors a sense of the amazing artwork right here in our valley.

Guests can create shadow boxes to display their own collections, and view the newly opened exhibition!

DJ VerT-OnE will be rockin’ the turntables, and food and beverage will be available for purchase from Palate.

November 2 | Jackson Collects: Wild Selections from Private Collections

December 21 | Mix’d Media Winter Solstice Party

Habitat Build Day

Spend some time giving back to our community with the Teton County Democrats and support Habitat for Humanity for a build day on Saturday November 4th between 10 am and 4 pm. 

 
We’ll have some food, coffee, and a water jug so please bring your own mugs/water bottles.

 
RSVP Here

 
Can’t make it? Consider making a direct donation to Habitat for Humanity in the Greater Teton Area. Any amount helps Habitat fulfill their mission. Remember to put in the inspired section, your local Democratic Party! http://tetonhabitat.org/. You can also bring cash or checks the day of.
 
For more information check out our Facebook event page.
 
Location: 845 W. Snow King Avenue

Jackson, WY  83001

 
Directions: Please enter the construction site from Snow King Avenue. The driveway is located behind the Teton County Library. 

25th Annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Race

Don’t miss the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Race!

Non-competitive Division starts at 8:45 am.  Competitive Division starts at 9:15 am.

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Jill Harkness at 307-732-5762.

Hope to see you there!

Traditional Day of the Dead [Dia de los Muertos] celebration

Join us in the traditional Day of the Dead [Dia de los Muertos] celebration in honor of loved ones who have passed away. The Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum is sponsoring one of the several altars to commemorate the memory of Kelly Rubrecht. Everyone is invited to attend today, Wednesday, November 1, in the Hansen Hall in St. John’s Episcopal Church, 170 N. Glenwood Street.

We will all be there from 5pm until 7pm this evening. View the altars, enjoy the food, and make your own papel picado courtesy of the Art Association of Jackson Hole. Come out tonight for this community-wide event!

Jackson Hole Chorale’s Christmas Concert

Spirit of Wyoming: Raffle Drawing & Celebration

It’s time to celebrate!

Join us for the reveal of the new Highwater Vodka bottle, featuring Borbay’s “Jackson Hole Jackalope” selected by people’s choice. Meet and greet the artist, Borbay.

Tickets can be purchased online until 5 pm. After that, they can be purchased at the event and you will have the chance to WIN the original painting featured on the bottles. Raffle drawing will be held at 7:15 PM.

FREE ENTRY.
Cash bar serving up Jackson Hole Still Works cocktails and Roadhouse Beer.
Light appetizers.
Tunes by Mr. Whipple.

Can’t make it? Click the HERE to purchase raffle tickets today. 100% of raffle proceeds from September 20-October 6 will be designated to the Youth and Adult Scholarship funds, in response to increased demand for Art Association tuition assistance. Winner need not be present at the event to win.

Open Mic Night @ Bull Moose in Alpine

Bull Moose Lodge & Saloon Open Mic Night

 

Every Wednesday night starting at 8pm

 

Sing a song

Play an instrument

Recite a poem

Or a joke

 

All you need to do is show up and have some fun!

 

 

 

Just a one-hour scenic drive from Jackson!

Yellowstone National Park Fall Road Closures

Nov 6th ~ Yellowstone National Park Fall Road Closures: All park roads closed to the public at 8:00am except from the North Entrance to Upper Mammoth Terrace and Mammoth via Tower Junction to Northeast Entrance. Cooke City via Colter Pass to the Long Lake gate is not maintained for wheeled vehicle travel. Visit: www.nps.gov

Wyoming Stargazing

November continuing through May, every clear Friday night, Wyoming Stargazing is hosting free public stargazing events on the lawn next to the Center for the Arts. Visit: www.wyomingstargazing.org Contact: 844.996.7827

Wyoming Stargazing

November continuing through May, every clear Friday night, Wyoming Stargazing is hosting free public stargazing events on the lawn next to the Center for the Arts. Visit: www.wyomingstargazing.org Contact: 844.996.7827

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Opening Day Winter 2018/2019

The 2018/2019 Winter Season opens at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort!

Happy Thanksgiving!

 

 

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Opening Day Winter 2017/2018

The 2017/2018 Winter Season opens at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort!

Happy Thanksgiving!

 

 

Jackson Town Square Lighting Ceremony 2018

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

TOWN SQUARE LIGHTING

This favorite holiday event features a visit from Santa Claus, holiday music and Christmas carols, cookies, and hot chocolate.

The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the Annual Town Square Lighting Ceremony on Friday, November 23rd from 5:00 P.M. -7:00 P.M. on Jackson’s Town Square.

Witness a breathtaking evening as thousands of LED bulbs bring the famous Antler Arches to life. This favorite holiday event features a visit from Santa Claus, holiday music and carols provided by the Jackson Hole Community Band and Jackson Hole Chorale, and cookies and hot chocolate provided by Albertsons, Smiths, and McDonald’s.

The traditional schedule of events features the official lighting at 5:30 P.M., followed by Santa with help from the Jackson Hole Fire & EMS and Police Department until 7:00 P.M.

The Town Square Lighting is a kickoff to Winter Windfall, a new annual campaign to promote local holiday shopping within the business community, giving participants the opportunity to win big. Learn more about the program, prizes, and participating businesses. Don’t forget, Saturday November 22nd is Small Business Saturday so make sure to shop and take advantage of the Chamber’s new shopping contest!

Thank you to our main event sponsor Wells Fargo, as well as all our community partners | Albertsons | Blue Spruce Cleaners | Cowboy Coffee | Fire/EMS | High Country Linen | Hughes Production | Jackson Hole Police Department | Jackson Hole Public Works | Town of Jackson | McDonald’s | Parks & Recreation | Smith’s | Troop 268 |

Calling Volunteers: Would you like to be an elf?  Helpers will be needed beginning at 3:15pm for setup prior to the event and to for crowd control during the event. Friends and families are invited to participate together! For more information, please contact Caitlin Colby, Special Events Manager, [email protected] or 307.201.2309.

Jackson Town Square Lighting Ceremony

The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present this local holiday favorite event, which features a visit from Santa Claus and holiday music and Christmas carols from the Jackson Hole Community Band and Jackson Hole Chorale.

Grand Targhee Resort 2018-2019 Winter Opening Day

2018/19 WINTER OPENING DAY!

 

We’re celebrating 50 years of skiing this winter; join us for opening day of the 2018/19 Winter Season! Lodging opens on November 15 and the lifts will start spinning at 9:00am on November 16, conditions permitting.

 

Grand Targhee Resort 2017-2018 Winter Opening Day

Contact: 800.Targhee

 

The Nutcracker – A Screening

Russian Club and Dancers’ workshop present this event. Free admission, donations welcome.

 

 

78th Annual Fireman’s Ball

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce78TH ANNUAL FIREMAN’S BAL

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2018

The Jackson Firefighters Association is proud to announce JJ Grey & Mofro with local favorites, Canyon Kids for the 78th Annual Fireman’s Ball at the Heritage Arena.

Brought to you by Blue Collar Restaurant Group.

The Fireman’s Ball is the primary fundraising event for the Jackson Firefighters Association, in direct support of emergency responders and emergency operations. For the past 77 years, the Jackson Firefighters Association has been hosting the Fireman’s Ball, making it one of the oldest community traditions in our valley.

The annual event consists of live music, local food vendors, live and silent auctions, gun raffles, a grand prize drawing, and, of course, ice cold beer and cocktails in support of and served by Jackson’s bravest. Open to all 21 and up. Tickets and additional information at jhfire.org. Tickets can also be purchased at door.

 

You come to our ball, we’ll come to your fire.

 

(21 and over)

77th Annual Fireman’s Ball

The Jackson Hole Firefighters Association event features the well-known band Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Chancey Williams and The Younger Brothers Band, and Lazy Eyes. Live and silent auctions. Gun raffle. Dinner available from local vendors. You come to our ball, we’ll come to your fire. (21 and over)

Visit: www.jacksonholewy.com/events/annualfiremans-ball or www.jhfireassociation.com Contact: 307.690.7861

Culinary Conference

NOVEMBER 8-10, 2018 Culinary Conference

24th Annual Oktoberfest at Snake River Brewing

Get your Lederhosen and Dirndls ready because it is time for Snake River Brewing’s 24th annual Oktoberfest party!

We will be serving traditional German food (including our famous bier rocks), selling liter and 1/2 liter steins, while listening to the ‘ohm pa pa’ sounds of the Hof Band all day long! There will be banquet hall seating, and our awesome staff will be dressed head to toe in costume!

 

 

Shriner’s All American 46th Cutter Races

A locals’ favorite event, the community tailgates in Melody Ranch to catch up on mid-winter news and to have some fun! 40 cutter teams will be selected and 20 races will be held on Saturday and Sunday. Cold beer and hot food are available.

Proceeds benefit the Salt Lake City Shriners Hospital for Children. The Salt Lake City Shriners Hospital for Children services the children of the Jackson Hole community.

 

Glow Nights Launch

Glow Nights Launch

Glow Nights takes place in Teton Village, Wyoming at the base of the world famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort from December 22nd through February 2019. Glow Nights launches with a festive après-ski celebration of art, projections, and music on December 22nd from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Inspired by the unique phenomena of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, artists have created illuminated works for display in the Teton Village Commons that are inspired by the calderas, geysers, peaks, forests, and the phosphorescent microbes of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE).

Participating artists include Claudia Bueno, a Venezuelan light and shadow artist who has shown her work in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the United States. Claudia was recently commissioned to created work for Meow Wolf, Las Vegas. Claudia’s illuminated tree is filled with fiber optics and LED’s to create a canopy of wonder.

Raised in Jackson Hole, Bland Hoke is a public artist specializing in collaborative design. Bland’s work can be found from Raleigh North Carolina to Ashland, Oregon. Hoke has received a Fast Company, Innovation By Design Award for his Soft-Walks and his installation titled the Beacon transformed the Village Commons last winter and inspired us to commission multiple installations this year. Bland will use LED’s, snow, and ice to mesmerize passers-by.

Innovative architecture firm Carney Logan Burke Architects is inspired by the power of landscape, the quality of light, and the simple honesty of vernacular architecture. Their installation, Face Time, invites us to stop and listen to each other and the world around us.

Walt Gerald is a multidisciplinary artist that draws heavily on inspiration from both the natural and supernatural world. His work uses digital media, sculpture, and printmaking to communicate ideas of myth and folklore, pertaining especially to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and its history. Walt’s artwork has been featured nation-wide, most recently at the Denver ComicCon in Colorado and the Desert Daze Music Festival in California.

Communities across the world that are steeped in darkness over winter months celebrate snow and ice with light festivals designed to draw people together. GLOW Nights brings vibrancy and beauty in unexpected forms to the Village Commons and invites people to explore their sense of wonder bringing light to our dark winter nights.

GLOW Nights is sponsored by the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Teton Village Associationwith additional funding provided by the Wyoming Cultural Trust FundFirst Western Trust, and the friends of Jackson Hole Public A


ABOUT TETON VILLAGE ASSOCIATION
Teton Village Association Improvement & Service District is a local government entity supported by the Teton Village businesses that provides municipal type services in the commercial areas of the Village. Teton Village Association ISD enhances the guest experience to make Teton Village the #1 destination resort community. Teton Village supports the year-round economic, environmental, social and fiscal health of the Jackson Hole community.

ABOUT JACKSON HOLE PUBLIC ART
Jackson Hole Public Art (JHPA) forges partnerships for the integration of art into any
environment to inspire lasting cultural, educational and economic benefits. JHPA is a
non-profit organization and our community’s leading presenter of artist-driven projects in
public space. We place bold artworks outside traditional venues of museums and
galleries to provide access for everyone to discover the art of our time.

JHPA provides public art consulting services to local businesses, manages the Public
Art Task Force for the Town of Jackson, and produces PARKing Day, Stickum Up, and
the 5×5 event annually. Learn more at www.JHPublicArt.org.

ABOUT THE GREATER YELLOWSTONE ECOSYSTEM
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) is one of the last contiguous ecosystems left on the planet where megafauna, calderas, hot springs, and dramatic vistas abound. Our sense of wonder and our collective creativity are sparked by a desire to explore, understand, and interpret these phenomena.

Winter Welcome 2018

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort's photo.

JH Sports Winter Welcome

JH Sports and Teton County Search and Rescue (TCSAR) are excited to host the second annual ‘Winter Welcome’ event to kick off the 2018/19 season! On December 22, JH Sports is partnering with Teton County Search and Rescue to raise money for the organizations year-round efforts protecting the locals and visitors of Jackson.

BUY RAFFLE TICKETS ONLINE:

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Festivities start with the Kids’ Glow Worm Parade at 5:30pm on Teewinot Run.

Note: Kids up to 14-years old, who are comfortable skiing Teewinot, are welcome to participate in the Glow Worm Parade. The parade on Teewinot Run begins at 5:30pm. Come dressed with skis and boots – no poles please! Younger kids will do a shorter parade before older kids. Participation is free and sign up is not required. Parents are not allowed to accompany child skiers.

The JHMR staff will put on the traditional Torchlight Parade on Apres-Vous at 6:00pm followed by a renowned fireworks display over Teton Village.

 

Celebrate the Tram turning 10 at RPK3

Celebrate the Tram turning 10 at RPK3

Conveniently located adjacent to the tram, RPK 3 is a restaurant and bar in Teton Village offering fast-casual lunch, fun après scene and everything in-between. Starting this Wednesday, RPK 3 opens daily at 10am for bar service, 11am for lunch, and food and drinks are served until après is over.

The celebrations at RPK3 kick off with the 10th anniversary of the tram party on Wednesday, December 19th from 4 to 7pm, with drink specials, and music by 86 playing on the tram dock. Join in the celebrations and #ridethetram on December 19th for drink tokens, giveaways and more.

LIVE MUSIC FROM THE BAND 86

Solitude Station Open House

Solitude Station Open House

Date: Sat Dec 15, 2018
Time: 12:30-5:00

Location: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort would like to invite you to an Open House at our brand new Mountain Sports School Facility, Solitude Station.

Please join us from 12:30pm – 5pm on Saturday, December 15. JHMR will be offering:

  • Free half day beginner lifts tickets starting at 12:30
  • Free beginner mini-lessons at 1pm – will last 2 hrs – please check in for rentals and lessons at Solitude Station (no advance registration thru MSS)
  • Free Rentals for those participating in beginner lessons
  • Please sign up in advance with Mountain Sports School or load the Sweetwater Gondola at 12:30pm
  • Free Cocoa and Cookies from 3-5pm in Solitude Middle
  • Sample the food menu with small bites from 3-5pm in Solitude North
  • And Shreddie the Yeti will there too!

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

Festivities start with the Kids’ Glow Worm Parade at 5:30pm on Teewinot Run.

Note: Kids up to 14-years old, who are comfortable skiing Teewinot, are welcome to participate in the Glow Worm Parade. The parade on Teewinot Run begins at 5:30pm. Come dressed with skis and boots – no poles please! Younger kids will do a shorter parade before older kids. Participation is free and sign up is not required. Parents are not allowed to accompany child skiers.

The JHMR staff will put on the traditional Torchlight Parade on Apres-Vous at 6:00pm followed by a renowned fireworks display over Teton Village.

 

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Cats and Dogs

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Raptor Night

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Sledding and Hot Cocoa

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

Ornament Making with JH Children’s Museum – Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Holiday Round Up: Ornament Making with JH Children’s Museum

Join the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum as they bring the holiday cheer to all the kids and families in Teton Village. We will host an evening of ornament making in the Kids Ranch after your day on the hill. Grab the kids or the whole family and embrace the season while preparing ornaments for your tree. Free of charge from 4-5pm.

 

 

 

Ice Skating with Santa 2018

Ice Skating with Santa

Join us on the Village Ice Skating Rink as we kick off the holiday season with some ice skating with Santa Claus.

Can Santa ice skate? Can he do a triple axel? Are you a better skater than Santa?

We’ll find out from 3-4PM on December 23 & 24. Bring your own skates and skate for free, or rent skates for the whole family at our warming hut.

For more family offerings during the holidays, look no further than the Holiday Round Up!

 

Location: Rink on the Commons

Santa Drops In! – Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Holiday Round Up: Santa Drops In!

Date: Mon Dec 24, 2018
Time: 4:30pm

Location: Teton Village

 

The magic of Santa Jackson Hole Style, this is not your usual sleigh Arrival for the holiday star. Join us under the tram around 4:20 for a special arrival and welcome the holiday season right!

Shriners Pre-Registration Party

Pre-Registration Party at the Virginian from 5:00-9:00pm.

5th Annual Shriner’s Ski Joring

Feb 10th – 11th ~  When: 12:30pm

 

Parking at Ranch Lot is suggested. Shuttles from the village provided.

Friday: Pre-Registration Party at the Virginian from 5:00-9:00pm.

Saturday: The competition directly across the road from Teton Village.

Sunday: After completion of the races an Award Ceremony follows at the track across from Teton Village.

Proceeds from this event also go to the Shriner’s Hospital in Salt Lake City.

Special Olympics Wyoming Winter Games

Opening Ceremonies at Jackson Hole High School (1910 High School Rd, Jackson, WY 83001)

Alpine Events at JHMR ( Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – 3395 Cody Ln, Teton Village, WY 83025 )

Jackson Hole is the host site of the annual Special Olympics Wyoming Winter Games. Sports offered include Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoe, and Snowboarding.

 

Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race

 

The race begins with a festive community kick-off in Jackson Hole before traveling to regional destinations. Meet the mushers and sled dogs! Visitors are invited to see the teams off at the Opening Ceremony in Jackson Hole Town Square which will include refreshments and fireworks.

 

 

Snow King Mountain Torchlight Parade and Fireworks

Torch Light Parade at 6:15pm, Fireworks at 7:00pm

Where: Snow King Ball Field

Snow King Mountain will celebrate New Year’s Eve with their annual torchlight parade and fireworks! At 5:45pm community participants (who are expert skiers), Snow King Ski Patrol, Ski School attendees, and others will gather at the base and ride the lift to the top of the mountain and zig-zag down in a brilliant parade carrying fire torches.

At the end of the parade, a fireworks display will celebrate the New Year with a bang!

Grand Targhee New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade

Come watch or participate in our Torchlight Parade.

The Kid’s Glowstick Parade is perfect for kids between 5 and 14 who possess basic turning and stopping skills. Participation is limited. Register early.

Kids meet at 4:00pm and their parade starts at 4:30pm. Registration is throughout the day at Ski School for the Torchlight Parade.

Adult’s Torchlight parade is open to skiers and riders 12 and up and space is limited. Roadside flares are used and old clothing is recommended. Meet at 4:45pm at the Ski School and parade starts at 5:30pm.

Fireworks show immediately to follow. Ring in the New Year at Branding Iron Grill with a savory four course prix fixe dinner!

Cookie Decorating – Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Holiday Round Up: Cookie Decorating

Location: Kids Ranch

A classic holiday favorite. Each child can decorate a cookie and take it home. Join us in the Kid’s Ranch after a great day on the hill for a sweet ending!

Snow Cats and Avalanche Dogs – Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Holiday Round Up: Snow Cats and Avalanche Dogs

Join us at the Kid’s Ranch from 4:00 – 5:00 pm for an afternoon of fun!
Behind-the-scenes-look at the resorts coolest stuff. Everybody wants to meet an avalanche dog and handler, then you mix that with a tour of a snowcat and you’ve covered it all, big trucks, cool dogs, safety first. 

Family Ice Skating – Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Holiday Round Up: Family Ice Skating

Location: Rink on the Commons

Enjoy ice skating on Teton Village’s new ice skating rink! Offering free skate rentals for this special occasion or you’re welcome to bring your own. Grab the family and join us for a night of gliding around under the Wyoming winter sky!

 

Ski with Santa – Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Holiday Roundup:

Ski with Santa

Location: Bridger Gondola

Santa is a pretty solid intermediate skier these days thanks to our friends at the Mountain Sports School! Seek him out on around Teewinot and the base of the Gondola’s around 11 am or find him on the hill afterward! He’ll be skiing around until 1 pm!

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Santa Drops in Base of Tram

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Star Gazing

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

Alice

Dec 8th, 9th & 10th

Friday at 7:00pm, Saturday at 2:00pm and 7:00pm, and Sunday at 4:00pm

This holiday season Dancers’ workshop presents ALICE, based on Lewis Carrol’s “Alice Adventures in Wonderland.”

 

 

Alice

Dec 8th, 9th & 10th

Friday at 7:00pm, Saturday at 2:00pm and 7:00pm, and Sunday at 4:00pm

This holiday season Dancers’ workshop presents ALICE, based on Lewis Carrol’s “Alice Adventures in Wonderland.”

 

 

Alice

Dec 8th, 9th & 10th

Friday at 7:00pm, Saturday at 2:00pm and 7:00pm, and Sunday at 4:00pm

This holiday season Dancers’ workshop presents ALICE, based on Lewis Carrol’s “Alice Adventures in Wonderland.”

Meet the characters and get autographs following the 2:00pm matinee.

 

Alice

Dec 8th, 9th & 10th

Friday at 7:00pm, Saturday at 2:00pm and 7:00pm, and Sunday at 4:00pm

Where: The Center for the Arts More Info: This holiday season Dancers’ workshop presents ALICE, based on Lewis Carrols “Alice Adventures in Wonderland.”

 

 

Live Music: Hootenanny!

Come enjoy Western, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, and Blues singers in a concert setting, as well as special appearances. Participants welcome. Free.

Hootenanny!

Come enjoy Western, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, and Blues singers in a concert setting, as well as special appearances. Participants welcome. Free.

Hootenanny

Dec 4th,11th, 18th

Come enjoy Western, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, and Blues singers in a concert setting, as well as special appearances. Participants welcome. Free.

Hootenanny

Dec 4th,11th, 18th

Come enjoy Western, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, and Blues singers in a concert setting, as well as special appearances. Participants welcome. Free.

Hootenanny

Dec 4th,11th, 18th

Come enjoy Western, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, and Blues singers in a concert setting, as well as special appearances. Participants welcome. Free.

 “Candy Cane Christmas” the 37th Annual Christmas Tree Festival

Doors open at 11:30am, auction at 12:30pm.

Brunch and live auction sponsored by Soroptomist International of Jackson Hole. Tickets cost $25 at the door.

Yellowstone National Park 2016 Winter Oversnow Opening Dates

Yellowstone National Park 2016 Winter Oversnow Opening Dates Conditions permitting the park will open at 8:00am to oversnow vehicles from Mammoth to Madison; Madison to Old Faithful; Madison to West Entrance; from Old Faithful to West Thumb; from South to Lake Butte Overlooks and from Canyon to Norris.

Elk Refuge Sleigh Rides Opening Day

Dec 16th through April 7th

Sleigh rides depart every 20 minutes from the Jackson Hole Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center located at 532 North Cache St. Sleigh rides run through the beginning of April (weather permitting).

Closed on Christmas Day.

R Park’s Winter Solstice Party

Come to Rendezvous Park (R Park) in Wilson for a fun evening with music from the Cathedral Voices Choir, a bonfire, warm drinks, food and sledding.

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Cookie Decorating

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Kids Torchlight Parade

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – Ski with Santa

Dec 24th – 31st ~

Holiday Roundup at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

• 24th – Santa Drops in Base of Tram – 4:30pm

• 25th – Ski with Santa

• 26th – Cookie Decorating – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 27th – Cats and Dogs – Snow cats and rescue dogs – Kids Ranch – 4-5pm

• 28th – Star Gazing – Teton Mountain Lodge rooftop – 5-6 pm

• 29th – Raptor Night – Hotel Terra – 4-5pm

• 30th – Sledding and Hot Cocoa – Village Commons – 4-5pm

• 31st – Kids Torchlight Parade – Kids Ranch – 4:45pm

 

 

2017 Yellowstone Oversnow Openings

Conditions permitting East Entrance Road (from East to Lake Butte) will open at 8:00am.

The Met: Live in HD – The Magic Flute

The Met: Live in HD – The Magic Flute

Co-presented by the Grand Teton Music Festival and the Center of Wonder

Thursday, December 14 at 7PM
Estimated Run Time: 3:00
Sung in German

Music Director Emeritus James Levine conducts the full-length German version of Mozart’s
magical fable, seen in Julie Taymor’s spectacular production.

The Magic Flute—a sublime fairy tale that moves freely between earthy comedy and noble
mysticism—was written for a theater located just outside Vienna with the clear intention of
appealing to audiences from all walks of life. The composer and the librettist were both
Freemasons—the fraternal order whose membership is held together by shared moral and
metaphysical ideals—and Masonic imagery is used throughout the work. The story, however,
is as universal as any fairy tale.

Jackson Hole Snocross National AMSOIL Championship

Now-legendary Snow King Mountain will host the world’s greatest Snocross races in Jackson Hole.

 

Annual Art Association Holiday Art Bazaar

The Art Association will host the annual HOLIDAY BAZAAR at The Conference Center at the Lodge of Jackson Hole, 920 W. Broadway. We are pleased to once again host this holiday fine arts and crafts show. Showcasing over fifty local artists, there will be a variety of different mediums including glass, fabric, leather, jewelry, woodwork, soap, paintings, cards, pottery, and knitted wares as well as holiday favorites such as wreaths, jams and candies.

Annual Christmas Craft Fair

Free: Includes lunch and bake sale

Benefitting Jackson Hole Search Dogs

Santa on the Square

Enjoy cookies and cocoa with Old St. Nick at this free community event.

2017 Yellowstone Oversnow Openings

Conditions permitting, East Entrance Road (from East to Lake Butte) will open at 8:00am.

11th Annual Crafters Star Boutique

The 11th Annual Crafter’s Star Boutique is a fundraiser for the Community Outreach Department through the Teton County Sheriff’s Office. Lots of homemade and handmade crafted items for sale by valley vendors for the upcoming Christmas Holidays.

23rd Annual Oktoberfest at Snake River Brewing

Get your Lederhosen and Dirndls ready because it is time for Snake River Brewing’s 23rd annual Oktoberfest party!

We will be serving traditional German food, selling liter and 1/2 liter steins, jello shots, while listening to the ‘ohm pa pa’ sounds of Wolfie and the Bavarians all day long! There will be banquet hall seating, drinking games (to win valuable SRB prizes) and our awesome staff will be dressed head to toe in costume!

Post your favorite Oktoberfest photos on Facebook or Instagram and tag us with #SRBOktoberfest to win gift certificates to the brewpub!

 

Wyoming Stargazing

FREE PUBLIC STARGAZING PROGRAMS

DATE: FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2018

Wyoming Stargazing offers year-round, free, public stargazing events every clear Friday night in Jackson Hole, Wyoming (when the temperature is above zero degrees Fahrenheit!).

Join Wyoming Stargazing at the lawn next to the Center for the Arts for our free public stargazing programs.

Our astronomy educators will use one of our large aperture telescopes to show you planets, stars, planetary nebulae, galaxies, and more! We will also have several iPads with the Star Walk application installed on them so you can explore the heavens while others are looking through the telescopes. Throughout the night our astronomy educators will tell you everything you want to know about the objects you are viewing. We can also answer all your other questions about astronomy.

There is no need to reserve your spot in advance. You can come and go as you please. We look forward to seeing you under the stars!

Please dress warmly. The programs will take place on clear Fridays from 9:30pm-11:30pm May through September and from 7pm-9pm October through April. Feel free to show up for whatever portion of the program works for you.

These free public stargazing events have been made possible by a generous grant from the Wyoming NASA Space Grant Consortium, NASA Grant #NNX10AO95H

Please see the alert message on the following webpage: https://www.wyomingstargazing.org/calendar/ to make sure we haven’t canceled tonight’s program because of bad weather. If the message doesn’t display, please click on the RainedOut Widget below. If you want to subscribe for our program cancellation alerts please use the keyword “WYOSTAR” when you sign up on RainedOut.

 

Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Film Tour 2017

Fall Line Camp 3

Donovan Frankenreiter & Grant-Lee Phillips

Elephant Revival

Backcountry Film Festival – Winter 2017

The Greenneck Daredevils

Veuve Cliquot in the Snow

You are cordially invited to the Four Seasons 4th Annual Bubbly Celebration, Clicquot in the Snow in the Snow! Saturday, March 11th, 2017 3pm-6pm Westbank Grill patio. $60 per person includes two glasses of Veuve Clicquot and hand crafted Hors D’Oeuvres. Music by DJ Simotaneous. Advance Tickets Available by calling 307-732-5175

Whiskey Mornin’ at the Mangy Moose

Big Something

Yonder Mountain String Band

Erin and the Project at the Mangy Moose

I Can Ski Forever: An Original Musical by Andrew Munz

30th Annual Melvin Brewing Black Tie Blue Jeans Ski Ball

30TH ANNUAL MELVIN BREWING BLACK TIE BLUE JEANS SKI BALL

September 29 @ 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The “Ski Ball” is commonly referred to as one of, if not the best party of the year in Jackson Hole. This incredible evening is the ideal way to celebrate the coming of winter while supporting the student athletes of the JHSC. You and your fabulous friends will enjoy an exciting night of…

Craft beers
Specialty cocktails
Luxurious wines
Incredible silent auction
Gourmet dinner
Energetic dancing
Fun games
And the announcement of our famous Grand Raffle.

With your help, 500 kids of all financial backgrounds have the opportunity to grow as athletes and individuals. We invite you to our 30th anniversary celebration, which will also kick off JHSC’s 80th season of winter sports training. Join us to eat, drink, dance, play, and support!

This event WILL sell out! Limited tickets available.
Special lodging deals for Teton Village available at jhskiclub.org/skiball

Million Pound Party

Hole Food Rescue’s 3nd Annual Awareness Event!

Help us celebrate keeping a million pounds of food out of the landfill and feeding community members in need.

Highlights of the night will be: a community meal made with rescued food, a Haderlie Farms pig roast, make your own smoothie with a bike blender, raffles prizes, silent auction and a dance party to close the night.

The event is free with a $10 suggested donation and open to everyone in the community.

GTNP Roads Open

Jackson Hole Rodeo

Come join us for two action-packed hours excitement. Cowboys and cowgirls compete in events like Bull Riding, Bronc Riding, Barrel Racing, and Roping. It’s an experience you will surely enjoy! BUY NOW AND SAVE $5.00 WHEN YOU PURCHASE ONLINE!

Alta Cowboy Songs & Cake – Alta Branch Library

Teton County Library Alta Branch invites the community to come hear Cowboy Songs. Michael Hurwitz and Jerry Linn will serve up some live prairie blues music while the audience enjoys cake. Location: Alta Branch Library. Free. Eva, [email protected] 307-353-2505.

Fall Line Camp 4

Marmot Coombs Classic

Kids’ Night Out

The Infamous Stringdusters: The Laws of Gravity Tour

Casper Beach Party presented by Bud Light

Kick back and relax at the Casper Beach Party presented by Bud Light. Enjoy springtime Jackson Hole style by sticking your ski boots in the snow, working on your goggle tan, and listening to a different DJ each week on the “beach” at Casper Restaurant.

Soak up the sun and enjoy a drink at 7,589′!

Music Under the Tram

Year 6 of is massively popular free spring concert series. Great bands entertain the crowds every Saturday in March in this unforgettable, sunny location, slopeside under the tram.

Grab your friends, and après like there is no tomorrow!

Music starts at 3pm

Dates:

Saturday, March 4 -Wyatt Lowe & The Mayhem Kings

Saturday, March 11 -Whiskey Mornin’

Sunday, March 19 -Chanman Roots Band- Starts at 2pm

Saturday, March 25 -One Ton Pig

Saturday, April 1 -Canyon Kids

Saturday, April 8 -Misfit Moonshiners

Sunday, April 9 (Closing Day) -Sneaky Pete & the Secret Weapons

Jackson Hole Mountain Ski Resort Closing Day

Snow King Mountain Resort Closing Day

Karen Oatey Annual Pole-Pedal-Paddle

The Pole Pedal Paddle is a tradition
in Jackson Hole, held this year on the 2nd to last
Saturday of skiing at JHMR. The four-event
race for individuals or teams consists of an
alpine ski leg, a cross-country ski leg, a bicycle
leg, and a boating leg. The Pole Pedal Paddle is
a fundraising event for the Jackson Hole Ski &
Snowboard Club.

The Met Opera in HD – La Traviata

Presented by Center for the Arts and
Grand Teton Music Festival.

42nd Annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb

The Jackson Hole Snow Devils
present this Jackson Hole classic event. The
racecourse travels straight up a double black
diamond ski run called Exhibition, rising 1,500
vertical feet above the town of Jackson.

6th Annual Spring Break-Away

Swing into spring with an entire
month of live music, competitions and events
like the Cardboard Box Derby. Fun for the
whole family.

Rendezvous Festival

The four-day spring lifestyle and
music festival returns to the Tetons with more
music, festivities and snow events.

Mini Hahnenkamm Town Downhill

The Jackson Town Downhill
features the heart-throbbing Mini-Hahnenkamm
course on Snow King with divisions for Pro,
Recreation, Telemark, Junior, Fat and Baggy
and Snowboard. Jackson Hole is one of the last
places in the country to organize and support a
non-sanctioned downhill race. Join the JH Ski
Club for live music, food and a great race!

The Met Opera in HD – Rusalka

Presented by Center for Wonder
and Grand Teton Music Festival.

Bingo Night

Wednesday Community Dinner

Greenneck Daredevils

The Rose and KHOL Present: Vinyl Night

Annual Town Square Easter Egg Hunt

The Met Opera in HD – Idomeneo

Presented by Center for Wonder
and Grand Teton Music Festival.

16th Annual Cardboard Box Derby

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Trailside Galleries – “A Wild Encounter” and “Tour de Force”

A Wild Encounter” featuring new work from Bonnie Marris and Dustin Wechel, and “Tour de Force” featuring John DeMott, Alfredo Rodriguez, and Mian Situ. 5-8pm | 130 East Broadway | trailsidegalleries.com | 307.733.3186

The Grand Fine Art – Artists in Residence

The Grand Fine Art – Artists in Residence
Artists in Residence: Gallery artists will be painting and sculpting in the gallery.
1-4pm | 130 West Broadway | thegrandjh.com | 307.201.1172

Jackson Hole Art Auction

Since 2007, the Jackson Hole Art Auction has been recognized as one of the premier art events in the country, defined by the high standard of works offered in a variety of genres including wildlife, sporting, figurative, landscape and Western art by both renowned past masters and contemporary artists. With two days of sales, the Jackson Hole Art Auction offers artwork at pricepoints for every collector.
12pm | Please register to attend | Center for the Arts | 265 S. Cache St | jacksonholeartauction.com | 866.549.9278

22nd Annual Jackson Hole QuickDraw Art Sale and Auction

Nationally, regionally, and locally recognized artists paint and sculpt as spectators look on. The one-of-a-kind artwork will be auctioned off following the ninety-minute creative process, along with the sale of “Rise Above” by Mark Keathley, this year’s featured Fall Arts Festival artist.
9am | Jackson Town Square | Open to the public

Casting & Cocktails at Rendezvous Park

Come to Rendezvous Park this afternoon from 4PM-7PM for a casting competition with Orvis, camaraderie and free drinks!
Also, demo the BRAND NEW Orvis H3 rod.
 
Two casting competitions: Distance & Accuracy
Prizes include flies for distance and accuracy winners

Two Grey Hills Trunk Show

Navajo jewelry artist Artie Yellowhorse will be in the Gallery.
11am-6pm  | 110 E Broadway | www.fineindianart.com | 307.733.2677

Legacy Gallery – Three Artist Show

During the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Legacy Gallery will host a three- artist show and reception for the most sought-after western, landscape and still-life paintings by artists Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott, and Kyle Polzin. The show and artist reception opening will take place on September 15th. Each artist will have over 8 new works and it will be on display from September 15th – 24th.
5-7pm | 75 N. Cache | legacygallery.com | 307.733.2353

The Grand Fine Art – Artists in Residence

Artists in Residence: Gallery artists will be painting and sculpting in the gallery.
11-5pm | 130 West Broadway | thegrandjh.com | 307.201.1172

Astoria Fine Art – Joshua Tobey & Mark Eberhard Artist Reception

Artists’ Reception for Joshua Tobey, sculptor, and Mark Eberhard, painter – two of the most sought-after contemporary wildlife artists working today.
2-4pm | Astoria Fine Art | 35 E. Deloney (on the Town Square) | astoriafineart.com | 307.733.4016

Jackson Hole Art Auction

Since 2007, the Jackson Hole Art Auction has been recognized as one of the premier art events in the country, defined by the high standard of works offered in a variety of genres including wildlife, sporting, figurative, landscape and Western art by both renowned past masters and contemporary artists. With two days of sales, the Jackson Hole Art Auction offers artwork at pricepoints for every collector. Please register to attend.
12pm | Center for the Arts | 265 S. Cache St | jacksonholeartauction.com | 866.549.9278

Astoria Fine Art – Annual Best of Astoria Show

Join Astoria Fine Art and over 25 artists in attendance and debuting many major new works. 10am-1pm | Astoria Fine Art | 35 E. Deloney (on the Town Square) | astoriafineart.com | 307.733.4016

Mountain Trails Gallery Artist Reception

The QuickDraw event will happen from 9am-12pm and Mountain Trails Gallery will have many artists participating in this signature event. Additionally there will be a reception for all the participating QuickDraw artists from Mountain Trails. Refreshments will be served.
1pm–3pm | 155 Center Street | mtntrails.net | 307.734.8150

The Art of Wildlife Conservation Reception

The Art of Wildlife Conservation Reception at Trio Fine Art. Work by Kathryn Mapes Turner, Jennifer L. Hoffman, and Bill Sawczuk. Join us to learn more about how the arts play an important role in wildlife conservation in Jackson Hole and throughout the country. Gallery is open Wednesday thru Saturday.
5-8pm | 545 N. Cache St (4 blocks North of Town Square) | triofineart.com | 307.734.4444

Recovery Month Free Family Fun Day – Pot Luck/BBQ

RECOVERY MONTH FREE FAMILY FUN DAY!!!
 
September is Recovery Month. Please join us as we celebrate with a free Family Fun Day!
 
Pot Luck/BBQ
Saturday, September 30th
1 pm – 4 pm
Phil Baux Park
 
Face painting,
fun games and prizes,
chicken and pulled pork sliders from Bistro Catering.
 
Prizes include:
 
·        Gift Certificate from the Fine Dining Group
·        A free Mammogram from St. John’s Medical Center
·        T-shirts
·        Coffee Mugs
·        Other gift cards and assorted prizes!!!

Oktoberfest at The Wort Hotel

Guten tag! Get ready because it is time for Silver Dollar Bar & Grill’s Oktoberfest party.

Join us on Wednesday, September 27th for the best off season party of the year at The Historic Wort Hotel’s Silver Dollar Bar and Grill. We will be serving brats specials and $1 off all draft beers from 11:00 am until 10:00 pm. This year’s event will feature a soundtrack worth sipping suds to with live traditional Alpine-style polka music by The Hof Band from 7-10pm, no cover.

R Park 3rd Anniversary Celebration (Rain or Shine)

Rendezvous Park is celebrating it’s 3rd Anniversary tonight
RAIN (snow) OR SHINE!
 
The Party will kick off at 4:30 p.m with a dog walk to unveil our NEW dog-friendly pathway with PAWS of Jackson Hole. The event is free and all are encouraged to attend and bring their pups.
 
4:30 – Dog walk with PAWS
5:30 – Kick-off to anniversary celebration (with wine, Roadhouse Brewing Co. Beer, and spiced warm beverages)
6:30-  Dinner
7:00-  Remarks
 
Don’t let the weather stop you, we will have a fire, smores, and tent with heaters to keep you warm. Head over to our event page to find out more!

Jackson Hole Community Pathway Bike Tour

The Parks and Recreation Department, along with Jackson Hole Community Pathways and Friends of Pathways are offering 3 leisurely bike tours of the Jackson Hole Community Pathways.  Learn the history, construction, funding, politics, and community partnerships involved in the development of the pathway system.  Safety, etiquette and basic bike maintenance and trailside repairs will also be discussed.

 

10:00 am- 12:00 pm

September 20

Wilson Centennial Trail, Moose-Wilson Pathway and the Snake River Bridge

FREE

Pre-registration is required no later than 3pm on September 19

Click Here to Register

Click here for the program flyer

 

Two Grey Hills Trunk Show

Navajo jewelry artist Artie Yellowhorse will be in the Gallery.
11am-6pm  | 110 E Broadway | www.fineindianart.com | 307.733.2677

Diehl Gallery – Western Visions® Celebration Salon

Join us to celebrate the end to a fantastic Fall Arts Festival. Featuring art from our gallery artists who were chosen to be in the Western Visions® 30th Anniversary Show. Enjoy bloody marys, mimosas, and brunch.
11am–2pm | Diehl Gallery | 155 West Broadway | diehlgallery.com | 307.733.0905

Horizon Fine Art Gallery

Internationally recognized finger painter Iris Scott will be appearing in a one-woman exhibit and sale “Finger Painting for Fall”. Please join us for a demonstration and artist reception.
11am–4pm | Horizon Fine Art Gallery | 30 King Street | horizonfineartgallery.com | 307.739.1540

Art Brunch Gallery Walk

Join Jackson’s art galleries for brunch and festive beverages at this closing-day celebration of yet another superb Fall Arts Festival! Brunch, Bloody Marys and spectacular art…what an ending!
Various locations, see gallery map | 11am–3pm | Open to the public

Two Grey Hills Trunk Show

Navajo jewelry artist Artie Yellowhorse will be in the Gallery.
11am-6pm  | 110 E Broadway | www.fineindianart.com | 307.733.2677

Gray Crane Gallery

Gray Crane will be hosting an open gallery featuring some of Gary’s new pieces. 35 West Broadway | graycranestudios.com | 307.733.2735

Western Visions 30th Show & Sale

Featuring works by the country’s leading wildlife artists. This is the final opportunity to place bids prior to the drawing that determines who is going home with a beautiful new work of art. Ticket includes Western Visions® Catalog, 1 ticket to the Show & Sale event, admissions to the Museum during the duration of the exhibit and bidding number.
5-8pm | Ticketed Event $125 | National Museum of Wildlife Art | wildlifeart.org

Artist Talk with Visiting Artist Dan Welden

12 – 1pm 
Thursday, September 14, 2017 
Art Association of Jackson Hole Gallery
Glenwood Entrance of the Center for the Arts
Beverages provided!
Dan Welden is an innovator at the forefront of the alternative health and safety oriented movement of printmaking, and the originator of the technique called Solarplate. He has been making prints and works on paper for over 50 years. His work has been shown in over 80 international solo exhibitions in museums and galleries and over 700 group exhibitions in the U.S., Europe, China, Japan, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand and Peru. 


He is in Jackson for two weeks, serving as a visiting artist at the Art Association and offering a weekend workshop for local artists September 16 + 17.

The Grand Fine Art – David Gonzales – Artist for Lotoja 2016/2017

Come see David Gonzales’s dynamic painting style live in the gallery. You can view his original painting used for this year’s Lotoja poster, meet the artist, and see his collection of work hanging in the gallery.
130 West Broadway | thegrandjh.com | 307.201.1172

Sips on the Square – Wine, Beer & Spirits Tasting + Silent Auction

Join the Jackson Hole Rotary Supper Club for their biggest fundraiser of the year! Come enjoy libations from an array of local and national wineries, distilleries and breweries and bid on incredible silent auction packages. Proceeds benefit “Honoring Our Veterans” therapeutic recreation programs and other community projects.
11am–4pm | Jackson Town Square | Sip Tickets $1 each

Taste of the Tetons

Valley chefs, restaurants and caterers put their best culinary work on display for sampling. Also enjoy the Rotary Supper Club’s “Sips on the Square” wine tasting & silent auction, and live musical entertainment.
11am–3pm | Jackson Town Square | Taste Tickets $1 each

18th Annual Takin’ It to the Streets

An open-air, juried art fair featuring 40 local artists, including some of Jackson’s finest, selling an array of fine artwork. Presented by the Jackson Hole Art Association.
10am–4pm | Jackson Town Square | Art Association | [email protected] | 307.733.8792

Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale

The preeminent exhibition of the finest Western design in the world. Over 130 national artists present contemporary and traditional handcrafted, original creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and accessories for the home during the 25th annual Exhibit + Sale. Don’t miss the Designer Show House, juried artisan creations and custom interior design in a home environment and Retail Row, a unique shopping experience where sought after retailers exhibit up-and-coming fashion trends. Catering by E.Leaven.
10am–5pm | Snow King Center | Tickets at the door $15 (includes return privileges) WesternDesignConference.com

Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale

The preeminent exhibition of the finest Western design in the world. Over 130 national artists present contemporary and traditional handcrafted, original creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and accessories for the home during the 25th annual Exhibit + Sale. Don’t miss the Designer Show House, juried artisan creations and custom interior design in a home environment and Retail Row, a unique shopping experience where sought after retailers exhibit up-and-coming fashion trends. Catering by E.Leaven.
10am – 7pm | Snow King Center | Tickets at door $15 | WesternDesignConference.com | WDC Benefit Night – 4-7pm (10% of sales to benefit the National Museum of Wildlife Art)

The Grand Fine Art – Dale Evers “The Art of Fly Fishing”

This dessert reception will feature well known California Sculptor Dale Evers and his current show, “The Art of Fly Fishing”. Recognized as a pioneer for his stunning table designs, water features, and his ability to mix mediums at a unique and sophisticated level, Evers has continued to expand his vision for art that serves purpose. Dale has always pushed the envelope of creativity driven by inspiration and spends much of his time with a camera, above water and below. Dale’s designs are authentic, fresh and bold.
8-10pm | 130 West Broadway | thegrandjh.com | 307.201.1172

Mangelsen – Images of Nature Gallery

The annual fall reception at MANGELSEN – Images of Nature Gallery will be held on Saturday, September 9th, 2017. World renowned nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen will share his latest images at the event. At the artist’s reception Tom will visit with collectors, tell stories about his photographic journeys and sign books and limited edition prints.
5-9pm | Images of Nature Gallery | 170 N. Cache Street | mangelsen.com | 307.733.9752

Historic Ranch Tours

Visit historic valley ranches, where Jackson Hole’s cowboy heritage still thrives. The tour is complete with cowboys, Western entertainment, and a good ol’ fashion barbecue. Hosted by Mountain Living magazine. Learn more on the Chamber’s blog! Click here.
Buses leave Jackson’s Home Ranch parking lot at 2pm | $60 | 307.733.3316

Thal Glass – Open Studio

Thal Glass Studio will be open all day on Saturday and by appointment during the week of September 7-18. Please call 307.690.2491 to schedule or email [email protected].
10am – 5pm | 3800 Linn Drive off Teton Village Road | www.thalglass.com | 307.733.5096

Thal Glass – Open Studio

Thal Glass Studio will be open Saturday and by appointment September 7-18. Please call 307.690.2491 to schedule or email [email protected].
10am – 5pm | 3800 Linn Drive off Teton Village Road | www.thalglass.com | 307.733.5096

Grand Teton Gallery – Artists in Residence

Artists in Residence: Gallery artists will be painting and sculpting in the gallery. Artists will be listed in the festival online calendar.
1-4pm | 130 West Broadway | grandtetongallery.com | 307.201.1172

Jackson Hole Playhouse: The Unsinkable Molly Brown

The Jackson Hole Playhouse presents the Unsinkable Molly Brown, the rags to riches story of one of the many unsinkable women in American history. This family-friendly comedy features unforgettable music, rowdy Western dancing, and an inspiring message for all ages. Showtime is Monday thru Saturday. Enjoy fine western cuisine while professional actors croon your favorite cowboy tunes.
6:30pm Dinner; 8pm Showtime | Jackson Hole Playhouse | 145 W. Deloney Ave, jacksonholeplayhouse.com | 307.733.6994

The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes

The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes is a one-day, self-guided fundraising tour to experience the craftsmanship and meet the artists behind some of Jackson’s most spectacular homes. More than the ordinary walk-through, the Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes has a superb catch: face-to-face conversations with the finest professionals in architecture, construction, interior design, landscaping and electronic systems. They will reveal the art—and perhaps the magic— behind their achievement in some of the most exciting living spaces in the West. Hosted by Homestead magazine. Limited tickets available. For more information and to purchase tickets please go to jacksonholeshowcase.com.

Astoria Fine Art – Artist Reception for Don Rambadt & Ewoud de Groot

Artists’ Reception for Don Rambadt, sculptor, and Ewoud de Groot, painter – two of the most sought-after contemporary wildlife artists working today.
3-5pm | Astoria Fine Art | 35 E. Deloney (on the Town Square) | astoriafineart.com | 307.733.4016

Western Visions® Artist Party

As part of the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s 30th Annual Western Visions® Show & Sale artists and patrons have an opportunity to view the art, place bids, and mingle with artists before the big sale. Ticket includes Western Visions® Annual Publication, 1 ticket to the Artist Party event, admissions to the Museum during the duration of the exhibit and bidding number.
6-9pm | Ticketed Event $125 | National Museum of Wildlife Art | wildlifeart.org

The Grand Fine Art – Joe Kitzmiller Artist Reception

Joe’s show, Breaking the Rules with Conscious Intent, will be featured tonight. Joe’s love of wild things and his need to explore beauty is inseparable from his art. He feels a spiritual connection to the wilderness. Joe says, “painting allows me to embrace my most precious memories and feelings”. Joe’s paintings may start with free flowing paint, but they are finished with intent and control.
5-8pm | 130 West Broadway | thegrandjh.com | 307.201.1172

Art Walk

Join more than 30 Jackson art galleries for the Third Thursdays Art Walk (moved to Wednesday evening for the week of the Fall Arts Festival). Enjoy fine art and experience the vibrant Jackson art scene. Look for the Art Walk banners!
5–8pm | Various locations – see gallery map | Open to the public

Poster Signing with Mark Keathley at West Lives On Gallery

Meet featured artist Mark Keathley and receive a personally signed poster of his featured painting, “Rise Above”.
3-5pm | West Lives On Galleries | 55 and 75 N Glenwood | Open to the public

West Lives On Galleries Artist “One Man Show”– Mark Keathley

Please join West Lives On Galleries to celebrate the 2017 Fall Arts Festival featured artist Mark Keathley in a “One Man Show”. Mark’s piece, “Rise Above” is currently on display at the Wort Hotel. The poster signing will happen from 3-5pm with an artist reception to follow from 5-8pm. Refreshments will be served.
5-8pm | 55 and 75 N Glenwood | westliveson.com | 307.734.2888

Christensen Studio Open Studio

World renowned artist, Scott L. Christensen, makes his home just 20 miles from Jackson Hole. Christensen’s oil paintings, capturing landscapes as varied from the California coast to the English countryside, can be found exclusively at Christensen Studio in Teton Valley, Idaho. Christensen is opening up his studio to the public during the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. The unique gallery experience includes an opportunity to view the artist’s studio and working space. Special open studio September 12 and 13th. All other visits by appointment.
10am-5pm | 1100 E 5000 S in Victor, Idaho | christensenstudio.com | 208.787.5851

The Grand Fine Art – Artists in Residence

Artists in Residence: Gallery artists will be painting and sculpting in the gallery. They will answer questions on technique and subject matter.
11-5pm | 130 West Broadway | www.thegrandjh.com | 307.201.1172

The Hootenanny at the Center for the Arts

Join Jackson’s all-time favorite folk musicians for a special performance on The Center stage. This in-town version of the long-running Monday tradition of talented pickers features founding performers, long-time stalwarts, special friends, and surprise guests.

Center for the Arts | 7:30pm | jhcenterforthearts.org | 307.733.4900