Category: Food & Drink

Summer's Coming! Are you Ready?

Be Prepared!
 
Summer is coming! 
 
Spring marched in as a LION this year, I have already gotten a tan, my husband had an epic 3 days in row of fishing with 60+ fish caught! We are ready for the glories of summer, are you? Below is a list of all the fun that is coming to town. From the Saturday Farmers Markets, to the bi-weekly Rodeo, the Jackson Hole Live concert series, to the Fall Arts Festival that marks the slowing of the summer season; whatever the activity we are ready to GO!
New events and shows are added throughout the summer so please be sure to check with our Concierge Team to be sure you don’t miss out on any of our Wild West summer fun. 
 
MAY 10
12:00pm. Jackson Eco Fair. Hosted by Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project, this 11-year tradition in the Tetons draws roughly 2,500 participants annually. Eco-Fair celebrates environmental stewardship and features sustainability-oriented booths, live music, local food, demonstrations, kids' activities, raffle prizes and more. At Snow King Ball Field. 
4:00pm. Jackson Hole Community Band 25th Anniversary Spring Concert. Celebrate 25 years with the Jackson Hole Community Band by attending their Spring Concert. Jennifer Levanduski conducts this festive concert including tunes by Bernstein, Percy Grainger, and Gershwin. This concert is family friendly and free. At the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole.
6:00pm. Tie One On Trout Unlimited Banquet & Auction. Do you love fishing in Wyoming? If the answer is yes join Wyoming Trout Unlimited and Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited for an incredible night of fun, prizes, and festivities at Hotel Terra to benefit coldwater fisheries! With a reception style dinner, bar, raffles, live auctions, and silent auctions it is going to be a full night of festivities. We'll have an impresive list of prizes and auction items on that you won't want to miss. So come out, have a fantastic evening, and support Wyoming Trout Unlimited and Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited. At Hotel Terra in Teton Village. 
 
MAY 11
11:00am. Ultimate Towner Obstacle Course Race. Join us for the 3rd Towner Obstacle Course Race in Jackson Hole! Originally known as the Tough Towner and now the Ultimate Towner, this obstacle course race cover 4 miles throughout the town of Jackson,  starting and finishing at Phil Baux Park at the base of the local Snow King Mountain.  Overcome Your Obstacles! Around Town. 
 
MAY 16
6:00pm. Dancers’ Workshop: More the Movement. Dancers’ Workshop students take the stage in the Center Theater to show friends, family, and the welcomed public what they’ve learned in their dance classes over the last year. Five years olds to adults shine in this evening of dances that put them center stage and give them the unforgettable experience of performing in a high quality production. At the Center for the Arts.
 
MAY 16-25
9:30am-5:00pm. Mountain Man Rendezvous and Traders Row. Experience history! Traders Row, Candy Cannon, Bow & Arrow Competition, Hawk & Knife Competition, and Atlatl Competition at the Teton County Fairgrounds. 
 
MAY 17-18
ElkFest. Every spring, thousands of elk wintering on the National Elk Refuge lose their antlers before they migrate to their summer range. The Boy Scouts assist the Refuge with harvesting the shed antlers and auction them to bidders from around the world who make furniture, wall decorations, jewelry and food products from them. In 2013, 8,507 pounds of antlers were sold at the auction, up from the ten-year average of 8,133 pounds. All events on Town Square except where noted. 
 
ELKFEST Schedule of Events
MAY 17
7am. Antler lots for B.S.A. Elk Antler Auction ready for viewing
7am-1pm: Food Court provided by Jackson Youth Baseball - Breakfast includes sweet potato pancakes, coffee, and bottled water. Lunch includes hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hotdogs, soft drinks, and bottled water. 
 
8am-2pm: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Great Elk Tour - The Premier traveling conservation exhibit with some of the largest bull elk in the world! 
 
9am-3pm: Private Antler Sale north of the Town Square on Center Street.
 
9am-1pm: Kids' Corner - Enjoy educational tables and games.
 
9am: Registration for Boy Scouts of America Antler Auction begins
 
9am-9:45am: Free concert by Jackson Hole Community Band
 
9am-1pm: ElkFest Gifts - Purchase your exclusive 2014 Elk Fest t-shirts and ball caps. 
 
10am-1 pm: World Famous Jackson Hole Boy Scout Elk Antler Auction
 
10am-1pm: Jackson  B.S.A. Boy Scout and Cub Scout Expo
 
5pm: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Casino Games and Silent Auction begins at the Bar J Chuckwagon
 
7pm: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Big Game Banquet Annual Fundraising Dinner at the Bar J Chuckwagon. 
 
 
MAY 18 
12pm: Jackson Hole High Noon Chili Cook-Off. Teams compete to deliver the best tastes of chili in the West! Professional and amateur teams will take pride to serve you up some of the best chili to wind down the ElkFest weekend. $5 entrance fee. 
 
MAY 20
5:30pm. Talon Nights. Join us at the Old Wilson School house from 5:30 to 7:30 pm for the last in a FREE 3-part series on raptor identification. Learn how bird behaviors, from migration to nesting, can help you identify wild birds of prey. Roger Smith of Teton Raptor Center will guide you through the amazing antics of several key raptor species, followed by fun activities to explore the challenges that raptors face. Advanced registration is appreciated, but not required. Participants who pre-register for all three classes will be entered to win a special prize from TRC. At the Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center. 
 
MAY 23-26
Various Times. 33rd Annual Old West Days Celebration. Jackson Hole has long been referred to as "The Last of the Old West," and with the area's rich history, it's no wonder Old West Days is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Visitors from all over the country come to delight in the live music, theatrical entertainment, arts and crafts, delicious food, rodeo events, and much more. Around Town.
Schedule of Events
MAY 23
10:30am. Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum Free Walking Tour. Meet at the center of Town Square for this fun and educational tour of historic downtown Jackson.  
 
5:00-8:00pm JACKSON HOLE ROTARY WINE FEST. A tasting of over 400 wines from around the world! At Snow King Events Center
 
7:00pm. KICKOFF AT THE BAR J. You'll be served up a truly western style chuckwagon dinner and enjoy-world class cowboy entertainment! At Bar J.
 
MAY 24
10:00am. 33rd ANNUAL OLD WEST DAYS PARADE. One of the last and best horse-drawn parades of the Old West! Enjoy mountain men, vintage vehicles, covered wagons, and the legendary gathering of gunslingers of the West! On Town Square
 
10:00am-6:00pm. JACKSON HOLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE - - Free admission at both museum locations. Visit 225 North Cache Street for the exhibits “Homesteading the Hole: Survival and Perseverance” and “Art of the Hunt.” Visit the corner of Glenwood and Deloney for “Indians of the Greater Yellowstone.
 
11:30am-4:00pm. OLD TOWN ENTERTAINMENT. Country Western Music, Kids Crafts & Activities, and more. On Town Square.
 
11:00am- 5:00pm. OLD WEST BREW FEST. Try a sampling of an age-old craft. Enjoy a variety of beers from regional breweries. Entrance is free and beers may be traded for wooden nickels purchased ad the entrance. Be sure to keep the reusable mug! One of the biggest Old West Days attractions. At Miller Park (Corner of Millward and Deloney Streets Just West of Town Square.) 
 
4:00pm.-6:00pm. JACKSON HOLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM DEMONSTRATION AND STORY TELLING. Enjoy demonstrations of TravelStoryGPS new history app. At  The Jackson Hole Historical Society. 
 
6:00pm. First JACKSON HOLE SHOOTOUT of the Season. Shootout gang on the Town Square, the longest running shootout in the country, since 1957. On Town Square. 
 
6:30-8:30pm. SHOOTOUT GANG STREET DANCE. Join us for an old fashioned street dance with the Shootout Gang. "No Sweat" will be playing all night long! In front of the Jackson Hole Playhouse, on Deloney.
 
7:00pm. JACKSON HOLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM PARTY AND PROGRAM "Twenty-Two Clicks Round the Town:" Exploring Historical Downtown Jackson through TravelStory GPS. At Jackson Hole History Museum.
 
8:00pm. JACKSON HOLE RODEO. This is the real thing pardner, the original American sport of authentic ranch skills. At the Teton County Fairgrounds
 
MAY 25
10:00am. WYOMING COWBOY CHURCH. Join us for a good old fashion, non-denominational service with long-time local Phillip Wilson. On Town Square, under the tent on Deloney.
 
2:00pm. Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum Free Walking Tour. Meet at the center of Town Square for this fun and educational tour of historic downtown Jackson. 
 
MAY 26
9:00am. MOUNTAIN MAN MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY. At Teton County Fairgrounds
 
10:00am. AMERICAN LEGION MEMORIAL SERVICE. On Town Square, Memorial Day ceremonies at the flagpole
 
 
MAY 28
8:00pm. The WYOmericana Caravan.  A traveling concert circus of sorts, the WYOmericana Caravan is a rolling representation of the square state's burgeoning songwriter scene. Artists will rotate performance slots each night, making the headliner/opener scenario unique to each tour stop. Three sets of WYOmericana music each night along with a heap of ad-libbed collaborations between bands this is one music tour you won't soon forget. At the Pink Garter. 
 
MAY 30
9:00pm. Grieves. Having spent nearly two years on the road touring in support of 88 Keys and Counting, Grieves found himself returning home to a fractured reality. Reeling from turbulence in his career and heartbreak in his personal life mixed with coming down from the high of the support he received on the road Grieves conceptualized Together/Apart, an album that would address the bond music creates between each of us as individuals and as a whole despite the many distances we experience be they geographical or emotional. At the Pink Garter.
 
6:00pm. Yellowstone Region Porsche Club of America Rendezvous Dinner. The annual Rendezvous Dinner Is the first event of the summer season for the Yellowstone Region Porsche Club of America.  Dress is Jackson dressy casual.  The event will occur at the Teton Pines Country Club and cocktails, with a no-host bar, will be served on the patio (weather permitting).  Some of the most beautiful automobiles in the valley will be on display along with some of the best scenery in the area.  Join us and meet new friends and visit with everyone.  We will serve a wonderful buffet dinner with dessert.  There will be an auction of car related items and items of local interest. At Teton Pines County Club. 
 
MAY 31
8:00pm. Spring Into Overdrive, presented by Big City Broadway. A Rock Musical Revue collaboration between Broadway professionals and the youth of Jackson. Big City Broadway (BCB) is teaming up with the Center for the Arts, Dancers’ Workshop and the Cathedral Voices adult choir to help inspire and mentor the BCB youth show choir. At the Center for the Arts. 
 
JUNE 1
8:00am. 15th Annual Run and Ride For the Cure. The Run and Ride For The Cure is an annual event benefitting the Cancer Patient Support Fund at St. John's Medical Center Foundation. 5K Run and 15K Bike. It is a sprint race out and back along Fish Creek Rd, in Wilson.
 
JUNE 3
8:00am. 15th Annual Run and Ride For the Cure. The Run and Ride For The Cure is an annual event benefitting the Cancer Patient Support Fund at St. John's Medical Center Foundation
 
5:00pm. Summit on the Snake. This year the Snake River Fund's annual Summit on the Snake will be abbreviated to just one evening with 3-4 speakers who will speak to topics relevant to river guides and enthusiasts. Dr. Keith Watts, owner of Earth Tours (earth-tours.com) and a passionate educator, will talk about the geology of the Snake River Canyon; Jason Jones, program director for the Teton Raptor Center will speak about anything and everything you ever wanted to know about bald eagles and osprey; and Margaret Creel, program director for the Snake River Fund will present on riparian plants, habitats and animal homes along the Snake River. At the Old Wilson Schoolhouse. 
 
JUNE 6-7
8:00pm. The Laff Staff. For six years the Laff Staff has brought zany, original improv comedy to Jackson. Using suggestions from the audience, they perform scenes and games completely off the cuff. In the Black Box Theater, at the Center for the Arts. 
 
JUNE 8
10:00am. 2nd Annual Touch-a-Truck! Jackson Hole Children's Museum blocks off King Street and fills the neighborhood with Big Trucks! Earth Movers, Emergency Response Vehicles,and other big and small unusual machinery and vehicles from all over the region! Food trucks and vendors, live music, the Imagination Playground and other special activities at the museum round out the special day. At Jackson Hole Children's Museum.
 
JUNE 14
8:00am. Jackson Hole Half Marathon. The Jackson Hole Half Marathon follows an amazing 13.1 mile course along the foot of the Tetons from Teton Village to Downtown Jackson. You'll follow a path that is a fast, net downhill route that has been described as one of the best altitude courses in the nation. So take up the challenge and prepare yourself now. If the elevation doesn't take your breath away, the incredible scenery will. Teton Village to Phil Baux Park.
 
1:00pm. 9th Annual Jackson Hole Crawfish Boil. Join us for a celebration of Louisiana tradition in the heart of the Tetons. This years Boil is going to be bigger & better than ever. As always we will have live music starting at 1:00 and going till dark. Crawfish and hot red beans-n-rice will be available all day long. This is a family friendly event, so bring your lawn chairs and picnic blankets, but leave the dogs at home please. At the Snow King Ball Fields. 
 
JUNE 15
1:00pm. Jackson Hole WILD Festival-RaptorFest. Get up close and personal with raptors at the RaptorFest.  Eagles, Hawks, Owls and Falcons will strut their stuff for you.  Food, Music, Art-Making and Fun are on tap for all. At the Raptor Center in Wilson.
 
JUNE 17
6:00pm. Jackson Hole WILD Festival- Steamroller Printing. Ten artists will roll out eight-by-ten foot posters with the help of a steamroller and the public.  Come and help us roll black pain over the artist-carved substrates. Marvel with us when the steamroller presses fabric to paint and magnificent creations are born.  Musicians will make music to accompany the art action and hamburgers will be sizzling on the grill.  It's a street party with a difference!  Please join us. On Jackson Street, Downtown. 
 
JUNE 19
5:00pm. Jackson Hole WILD Festival- Nature’s Beauty. Put your creative team together, collect the budding, blooming bounty of nature to adorn a person to create a living, breathing, moving work of art. Or, just come and watch ordinary people turned into Nature's Beauty. Enjoy a cool drink, munchies and music. Afterwards stroll about town with the Beauties during the Gallery Association Gallery Walk, 5-8 p.m. At the Center for the Arts.
 
JUNE 20-22
7:00pm. Jackson Hole WILD Festival- PUSH Physical Theater. Seeing award winning PUSH Physical Theatre is like watching a live action-movie. This talented group of performers inspires awe with physical illusions and gravity-defying, dance-infused, acrobatic high-jinx.  Please join us for the PUSH Physical Theater presentation of The Natural World. At the Center for the Arts.
 
All Day. Jackson Hole Mountain Games. The Jackson Hole Mountain Games celebrates the adventure lifestyle with athletic events, music, food, drink and outdoor industry representation. In 2012 and 2013, The Outerlocal Summer Games lit up the valley with epic celebrations. In 2014, we’re changing our name to the Jackson Hole Mountain Games and expanding the event into a three-day adventure festival that showcases all the things we love to do in Jackson in the summer. The Jackson Hole Mountain Games will make Jackson Hole the epicenter of an adventure athlete’s dream weekend. In conjunction with the Paddle Sports Symposium, we’re adding a water day and SUP race on Slide Lake, and we’ll once again partner with JacksonHoleLive! for a free outdoor concerts to conclude the Games.
Schedule of Events:
JUNE 20
All events at the Base of Snow King Mountain
• 5:00pm. Registration, DJ, product demos and food & beer (climbing, running, mountain biking, paragliding)
• 6:00pm. Crate-stacking contest
• 7:00pm. Aerial exhibition
 
JUNE 21
All events at Slide Lake
• 9:00am: Paddle Sports Symposium and Demo vendor set-up
• 10:00am: Water demos (SUP, kayak)
• 10:00am: SUP leg start
• 12:30pm: Bar-B-Que
 
JUNE 22
All events at the Base of Snow King Mountain
All day in Phil Baux Park: Mountain demos. Ambassador presentations. Non-profit expos. Slacklining. DJ. Clinics. Music. Food. Libations.
EVENTS:
o 7:00am: Vendor set-up, Phil Baux Park
o 8:00am: Registration open, Phil Baux Park
o 9:00am: Paragliding start. Start/Finish line
? Kids Registration, Children’s Museum Table
o 10:00am: Kid’s Obstacle Run, Baseball Diamond
o 11:00am: Running start. Start/Finish line
o 12:00pm: Kid’s Climbing Comp., Teton Boulder Park
o 1:00pm: Bouldering start. Teton Boulder Park
o 2:00pm: Kid’s Water Gun Bike Race, Next to Baseball Diamond
o 3:00pm: Mountain biking start. Start/Finish line
o 4:00pm: Kid’s Flying Comp., Baseball Diamond
o 5:00: Paragliding exhibition
o 6:30pm: Awards Ceremony. Snow King Baseball Diamond
o 7:00pm: JacksonHoleLive! presents. a free, outdoor, all-ages concert featuring national act. Snow King Baseball Diamond
 
JUNE 21
10:00am. Jackson Hole WILD Festival- Plein Air Fest. Artists will be creating artwork live at the National Museum of Wildlife Art's Plein Air Festival.  The artists will race to complete their masterpieces in a mere four hours.  In addition to watching artists work, the fun-for-families event features live music, a chance for kids to get in on the creative action with games, and fun food. At the National Museum of Wildlife Art. 
 
6:00pm. Jackson Hole WILD Festival-Solstice Street Fair & Species Parade. The Solstice Street Fair kicks off at the Jackson Hole Shootout at 6:00 on the Town Square.  Fascinating species will begin to assemble for the Species Parade set to roll at the conclusion of the shoot out.  Food and merchandise booths open at 6:00, entertainment begins at 7:00 on the festival stage.  When the sun sets, the festival torches will be lit to keep the longest day of the year shining until 11:00 pm. Around Town. 
 
6:00pm. PAWS Tuxes & Tails Gala and Auction. Help PAWS create a better community through compassion to animals! This event will support all nine of our local programs: Support of our local animal shelters, disaster planning, Sophie's Place Dog Park, Spay/Neuter, Mutt Mitts, Education and much more. At the Center for the Arts. 
 
JUNE 26
6:00pm. Music on Main: Mandatory Air. Boasting one of the best FREE all-ages outdoor summer concert series in the Yellowstone region, this summer’s lineup continues the tradition of bringing highly talented bands and musicians of diverse genres to Teton Valley. At Victor City Park. 
 
JUNE 26-28
Jackson Hole Wine Auction. 
Schedule of Events:
 
JUNE 26
5:00pm. Grand Wine Tasting. The 2014 Jackson Hole Wine Auction kicks off the Grand Wine Tasting moderated by Wine Spectator writer and noted wine critic, Matt Kramer. Guests will be treated to world-class wines from Alta Vista, Arietta Winery, Craggy Range, Mason Louis Jadot, Pride Mountain Vineyards, Taylor Fladgate, Tenuta di Biserno, and Vérité. Matt Kramer will lead a lively discussion with the winery principals on the insights and approaches to making great wine. At the Westbank Grill. 
 
JUNE 26
6:00pm. A Taste of Jackson Hole. Embark on an all-you-can savor culinary journey at Taste of Jackson Hole. Premier wineries, beer and spirits purveyors will serve a thrilling selection of libations while top local chefs and restaurants showcase a sampling of their finest cuisine.  Taste of Jackson Hole is a short gondola ride to the top of Rendezvous Mountain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s stunning Couloir Restaurant. Take it all in while mingling with friends and enjoying live music from One Ton Pig. At Couloir.
 
JUNE 27
7:00pm. Signature Private Dinners. One of the highlights of the week are the intimate private dinners held in six of Jackson Hole’s most beautiful homes. One celebrated chef and featured vintner will collaborate to create a one of a kind menu that is sure to delight the senses. The settings are breathtaking, the hosts are gracious and the food and wine exemplary. This exclusive dining experience is not to be missed! At various Private Homes. 
 
JUNE 28
4:30pm. Jackson Hole Wine Auction. The centerpiece of the weekend’s festivities, this premier event takes place under brilliant Wyoming skies on the stunning Snake River Ranch in the shadow of the majestic Teton Mountain range.
 
Start the evening with a glass of Taittinger Champagne, delectable hors d’ oeuvres, and bidding on an exclusive array of silent auction items. Auctioneer Fritz Hatton will gather everyone for an entertaining and tempting live auction with a lineup of special wine collections and adventures – a delight for bidders and spectators alike. Following the spirited bidding, enjoy the vintners’ selection of fine wines paired with an exquisite five-course feast created by our featured chefs.
 
But that’s not all…following dessert, the band kicks in and shoes get kicked off. At Snake River Ranch. 
 
JULY 3 & 5
8:00pm. Made in America: Bernstein - On the Town, Barber - Violin Concerto, Dvo?ák -Symphony No. 9. For the 53rd summer in a row musicians from renowned orchestras will once again journey to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. With Music Director Donald Runnicles, these musicians come together to create a world-class symphony. This summer marks the Festival’s 40th season! Join us this summer! At Walk Festival Hall, Teton Village.
 
JULY 7-19
All Day. Artists paint in and around GTNP and Jackson Hole. Come out to Grand Teton National Park to watch a professional artist work in the field. 45 artist will be in the GTNP painting for two weeks as an art awareness program and fundraiser for Grand Teton National Park. Come participate in the 2014 Plein Air for the Park. Around the Valley.
 
JULY 10
6:00pm. Music on Main: Young Dubliners. Boasting one of the best FREE all-ages outdoor summer concert series in the Yellowstone region, this summer’s lineup continues the tradition of bringing highly talented bands and musicians of diverse genres to Teton Valley. At Victor City Park. 
 
JULY 11 & 12 
8:00pm. Celebrating Strauss: Beethoven - Symphony No. 2, Strauss - Orchestral Songs, Strauss - From Capriccio:  Moon Interlude and Final Scene, Elgar - In the South. For the 53rd summer in a row musicians from renowned orchestras will once again journey to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. With Music Director Donald Runnicles, these musicians come together to create a world-class symphony. This summer marks the Festival’s 40th season! Join us this summer! At Walk Festival Hall, Teton Village.
 
JULY 11-13
All Day. Jackson Hole Art Fair. Established in 1965, Art Fair Jackson Hole (AFJH) brings diverse forms of art to a community that is rich in western history.  Our summer Art Fairs are family-oriented events that feature up to 170 international, national and local artists, live music, food and snack booths and hands-on art activities.  AFJH attracts enthusiastic members of the public from our immediate community and from across the nation who are interested in supporting the visual arts. At Miller Park. 
 
JULY 12
3:00pm. Artist in the Environment. Come watch and learn from a group of professional landscape and wildlife painters. At the Bradley/Taggart Trailhead and Cottonwood Creek Parking Area.
7:00pm. Rise of the Fenix. Ringholz Producions has teamed up with the National Museum of Wildlife Art to throw you the most wonderful art installation to date; live music, cocktails, dinner treats, gifts, photo ops but most importantly, awe & beauty.Out of the ashes of all our lives the FENIX will rise. At National Museum of Wildlife Art.
 
JULY 12, 13, 17 & 18
8:00pm. Thin Air Shakespeare. Thin Air Shakespeare is back! This free, family-friendly outdoor production will invite audiences to play with the performers as all varieties of identity are hidden, changed, examined, and confronted in Shakespeare's romantic comedy. Directed and adapted by Bob Berky, this Thin Air Shakespeare production will include guest artists, musicians, and other community entertainers as part of the preshow entertainment. Bring your picnic and your family and friends to the free performances. On the Center Lawn, at the Center for the Arts.
 
JULY 16
7:00pm. Wet Paint Show. a party at the Moose Visitor Center! Join us for drinks and appetizers and to see our exclusive "wet paint" show and sale. All works are created in the valley over two weeks by a distinguished group of invited artists. 40% of the proceeds from the show will benefit the Grand Teton Association to support ongoing educational, interpretive, and scientific programs in Grand Teton National Park. At the Moose Visitor Center. 
 
JULY 17 
5:00pm. Group Painting Demonstration. Come enjoy watching participants create a finished work of art from a blank canvas. Get a glimpse of the plein air painting process, and interact with artists as they work. Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center.
 
6:00pm. Music on Main: Paper Bird. Boasting one of the best FREE all-ages outdoor summer concert series in the Yellowstone region, this summer’s lineup continues the tradition of bringing highly talented bands and musicians of diverse genres to Teton Valley. At Victor City Park. 
 
JULY 18 & 19 
8:00pm. Fantasy & Fantasia: Mussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain, Kalevi Aho – Sieidi, Rachmaninoff - Symphonic Dances. For the 53rd summer in a row musicians from renowned orchestras will once again journey to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. With Music Director Donald Runnicles, these musicians come together to create a world-class symphony. This summer marks the Festival’s 40th season! Join us this summer! At Walk Festival Hall, Teton Village.
 
JULY 18-20
All Day. 10th Annual Targhee Fest. At Grand Targhee Resort. 
 
JULY 18 to JULY 27
All Day. Teton County Fair. Carnival, Water Park, Entertainment, Vendors and Night Events:
• Wednesday, July 23, RODEO - Gates open at 7:00 p.m., Rodeo Starts at 8:00pm
• Thursday, July 24, PIG WRESTLING - Gates open at 6:00 p.m., event starts at 7:00 p.m.
• Friday, July 25, CONCERT - Gates open at 7:00 p.m., Concert starts at 8:00 p.m. 
• Saturday, July 26, RODEO - Gates open at 7:00 p.m., Rodeo Starts at 8:00 p.m. 
• Sunday, July 27, FIGURE "8" RACES - Gates open at 6:00 p.m., event starts at 7:00 p.m. 
 
Should any of these events, or even the activities listed above tickle your fancy, please contact our concierge team concierge@snowking.com or 307-734-2076 and they will provide you with more in-depth information, reserve space for you and your family, and at times even be able to secure a discounted rates!

We look forward to sharing all that Jackson Hole has to offer, with you during you

2013-2014 Winter Fun! PART TWO!

Along with the epic skiing and riding at the Number One Ski Resort in North America, there is SO much to do here in Jackson Hole that we had to break it up into two blog entries! If your trip to Snow King Hotel or Grand View Lodge has you arriving prior to February 15th, be sure to check out part one of our Winter Fun blog. If you have any questions, please do not hesistate to contact our concierge team directly, they are always happy to help create your perfect adventure. 
 

Reoccurring Events:

•    Mondays:
6:00pm to 9:00pm. Hootenanny at Dornans in Moose. Local Musicians take the stage to perform for those dining and drinking at Dornans. Every Monday December 2nd through March 31st.
 
•    Tuesdays:
6:00pm to 10:00pm. Acoustic Open Mic Jam Night at Hayden’s Post. Every Tuesday from January 7 to March 25. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel. 
 
•    Wednesdays:
7:00pm to 10:00pm. BINGO! All Proceeds go towards scholarships for local high school seniors. Every Wednesday through April. At the Elks Lodge.
 
6:00pm to 10:00pm. Board Game Night.  Come dine, drink, and play your favorite board games with your friends. Every Wednesday from January 8 to March 26. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.
 
•    Thursdays:
9:00pm to 11:00pm. BINGO night at Snow King. Every Thursday from January 9 to March 27. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.
 
•    Fridays:
5:30pm to 7:30pm. Hayden’s Post Après. Live Music and Ski Specials from December 27 to March 28. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.
 
•    Saturdays: 
9:00pm to 11:00pm Live Music in Hayden’s Post. Every Saturday from December 21 to March 29. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.
 

WINTER EVENTS:

February 15
10:00am to 2:00pm Moose Chase Nordic Marathon. The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club is proud to present the 22nd Annual Moose Chase Nordic ski race at the Trail Creek Nordic Center.  This is the premier Nordic race includes a 30k (that skis like a 50k), a 15k, 5k, 3k and a free 1k.   Athletes can skate or classic ski the course. At the Trail Creek Nordic Center in Wilson.
 
February 15 to 18
All Day. Wild West Classic Elite FIS Series GS/2SL. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Snow King Mountain.
 
February 21
3:30pm – 6:30 pm. Pica’s Margarita Cup. Jackson's adult racing league in team scoring format with Pica's as the title sponsor!  Teams consist of up to 6 people (4 score points each race).  There are weekly raffle prizes, Pica’s Tacos & bar at every race. All proceeds benefit the JHSC Alpine Race Team. At Snow King Mountain.
 
February 21 to 22
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Boston.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.
 
February 22
All Day. Club Series #4, GS. The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard “Club Series” is a time to honored annual competition that features challenging courses and draws over 150 competitors of all ages, from throughout the region. At Snow King Mountain.
 
12:00pm to 3:00pm. Mary’s Nipple Challenge for Breast Cancer. See how many laps off the Dream Catcher chairlift they can complete in 3 hrs and the last valid lap must be started by 3 pm at the beginning of the boot pack. All funds raised will be donated to the St. John’s Medical Center Oncology Fund and earmarked for breast cancer patients. At Grand Targhee Resort. 
 
February 28 – March 1
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Cleveland.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.
 
March 1 to 2
10:00am to 4:00pm. Jackson Town Downhill: Mini Hahnenkamm. The heart to throbbing Mini to Hahnenkamm course on Snow King with divisions for Pro, Recreation, Telemark, Junior, Fat and Baggy and Snowboard. The event is the Club's way of recognizing that skiing  to  and ski racing  to  is truly a lifetime sport. Jackson Hole is one of the last places in the country to organize and support a non to sanctioned downhill race. This community favorite draws over 200 competitors and 500 spectators. At Snow King Mountain. 
 
March 7
3:30pm – 6:30 pm. Pica’s Margarita Cup. Jackson's adult racing league in team scoring format with Pica's as the title sponsor!  Teams consist of up to 6 people (4 score points each race).  There are weekly raffle prizes, Pica’s Tacos & bar at every race. All proceeds benefit the JHSC Alpine Race Team. At Snow King Mountain.
 
March 7 to 8
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Washington Hockey Source.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.
 
March 8 to 10 
All Day. Jackson Hole Youth Hockey: Mite Tournament. At Snow King Sports and Events Center.
 
March 9
All Day. Club Series #5, Parents vs. Kids Dual SL. The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard “Club Series” is a time to honored annual competition that features challenging courses and draws over 150 competitors of all ages, from throughout the region. At Snow King Mountain.
 
All Day. Club Series #6, Flamingo Cup GS. The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard “Club Series” is a time to honored annual competition that features challenging courses and draws over 150 competitors of all ages, from throughout the region. At White Pine.
 
March 19
7:00 to 11:00pm The Met: Live Massenet's Werther. Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of Massenet's sublime adaptation of Goethe's revolutionary and tragic romance, opposite Sophie Koch as Charlotte. The new production is directed and designed by Richard Eyre and Rob Howell, the same team that created the Met's recent hit staging of Carmen. Rising young maestro Alain Altinoglu conducts. At the Center for the Arts. 
 
March 19 to 23
All Day. Western Region U16 Championships. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
 
March 20
8:00pm. Martin Sexton. Critically acclaimed Sexton is a musician’s musician and prolific recording artist. His songs are intricate and spirited covering the American musical landscape distilling soul, gospel, R&B, country and blues. His performances are dynamic and bursting with depth and have earned him a devoted following among fans, peers and critics alike. People claim that Sexton?s songs inspire them to make a change, go cross to country, and follow their hearts; to see a crowd at a Martin Sexton concert is to witness a cross to section of America. At the Pink Garter Theater. 
 
March 20 – 23
39th Annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb. All events take place at Snow King Mountain, unless otherwise noted. All spectators are encouraged to ride the START Bus to avoid parking congestion. Free parking is available in the town parking garage. Buses will be marked with banners on each side.
Thursday, March 20 
•    8:00 to 9:00 am Registration for pre to registered SemiPro, Women's, RMSHA Juniors, Amateurs, Non to Pro Masters at the base of Snow King Mountain
•    9:00 am    Mandatory drivers meeting in the Pit Area
•    9:30 am    Racing begins  to  Non to Pro Masters, Amateurs, Semi to Pro, RMSHA Juniors, Women's
•    12:00 pm Sign up for Dash for Cash to  to first 40 Pro and Semi to Pro Riders only
•    2:00 pm    Pro Only Dash for Cash side by side $50.00 entry to  to winner takes half and Snow Devils take the other half to give to the charity of their choice. Winner will receive one free entry into the class of their choice at this year's event. Tentative to  to time and snow conditions permitting. 
•    6:00 to 9:00pm Mandatory Registration for all Pro Racers. At the Virginian Convention Center. 
Friday, March 21
•    7:15am    Mandatory drivers meeting in the Pit Area
•    8:00am    All Stock and Improved Stock Classes Qualifying All Semi to Pro Classes, Women's, Amateurs and Non to Pro Masters Finals All RMSHA Juniors will final to the first catwalk
Saturday, March 22
•    7:15am    Mandatory drivers meeting in the Pit Area
•    8:00am    All Mod Classes Qualifying
•    4:00pm    120 Shootout  to  $10 entry fee. Tentative.
•    7:00pm    Octane Addictions Freestyle Demo. At the Rodeo Arena at the Fairgrounds
Sunday, March 23 
•    7:15am    Mandatory drivers meeting in the Pit Area
•    8:00am    Finals and "King of the Mountain" runs
•    Awards Ceremony (Ceremony will begin approximately 60 to 90 minutes after finals and King Runs are completed at Snow King Mountain.) At the Virginian Lodge
 
March 29
7:00am to 2:00pm. Pole, Pedal, Paddle. a tradition in Jackson Hole, held this year on the 2nd to last Saturday of skiing at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The four to event race, where contestants compete either individually or in teams, consists of an alpine ski leg, a cross to 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, a non to profit organization dedicated to providing affordable Alpine, Freeride, Nordic and Snowboard programs to Jackson youth. Around the Area. 
 
April 6
All Day. Closing Day at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
 
April 11
7:00pm to 10:00pm The Met: Live Puccini's La Bohème. Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history—and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo. At the Center for the Arts. 
 
April 12
10:00am. 14th Annual Cardboard Box Derby. A closing weekend tradition, this spectator to friendly competition celebrates the results of tape, glue, paint and cardboard. Your cardboard vehicle may be simple or complex with up to 4 adult (or 6 under 18 yrs of age) pilots to maneuver down the ski hill. Remember the more creative your craft the better your chances for winning. At Grand Targhee Resort. 
 
April 20
All Day. Closing Day at Grand Targhee. Join us for the final day of operations on the mountain with musical guests playing you into the spring. Enjoy Dreamcatcher & Shoshone from 9am to 4pm with Apres at the Trap Bar & Grill. At Grand Targhee Resort. 
 
See you out there!

2013-2014 Winter Fun!

We know that you are coming to Jackson Hole to ski at the Number One Ski Resort in North America, to view the Tetons and her wildlife from the back of snowmobile, snowshoe through Bridger Teton National Forest, and cap off your day with night skiing at Snow King Mountain and après at Hayden’s Post. Yet there may be a little extra time here or there when you want to enjoy some local fun. Below are just some of the activities that will be occurring throughout the winter season. New and exciting opportunities are constantly being added so be sure to contact our concierge team to hear about the latest and greatest.

Reoccurring Events:

Mondays: 

  • 6:00pm to 9:00pm. Hootenanny at Dornans in Moose. Local Musicians take the stage to perform for those dining and drinking at Dornans. Every Monday December 2nd through March 31st.

Tuesdays: 

  • 6:00pm to 10:00pm. Acoustic Open Mic Jam Night at Hayden’s Post. Every Tuesday from January 7 to March 25. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel. 

Wednesdays: 

  • 7:00pm to 10:00pm. BINGO! All Proceeds go towards scholarships for local high school seniors. Every Wednesday through April. At the Elks Lodge.
  • 6:00pm to 10:00pm. Board Game Night.  Come dine, drink, and play your favorite board games with your friends. Every Wednesday from January 8 to March 26. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.

Thursdays:

  • 9:00pm to 11:00pm. BINGO night at Snow King. Every Thursday from January 9 to March 27. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.

Fridays:

  • 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Hayden’s Post Après. Live Music and Ski Specials from December 27 to March 28. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.

Saturdays: 

  • 9:00pm to 11:00pm Live Music in Hayden’s Post. Every Saturday from December 21 to March 29. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.

WINTER EVENTS
November 22
9:00am. Opening Day for Grand Targhee Resort. Come celebrate another Teton winter season with all of us at Grand Targhee Resort. Enjoy great opening day and finish the day off at the first Après of the year at The Trap Bar & Grill. At Grand Targhee Resort. 

November 22 to 23
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Salt Lake.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center. 

November 23
11:00am to 1:30pm. Holiday Bazaar. Silent auction, fresh greens (get your wreath here and help a good cause), huge bake sale (think Thanksgiving), vendors, soup and salad lunch.  At Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church. 

6:00pm and 9:00pm Storm Show presents “Frosty Flakes.” The flakes are falling fast and piling high in Storm Show's 13th annual ski/ride/adrenaline film, "Frosty Flakes."  Veteran producers Darrell Miller and Ryan Halverson have brought to the table a deliciously tasty serving of big mountain lines and powdery entertainment that's sure to leave your mouth watering for winter '14.  This year they’re sending it bigger than ever and bringing you more hard to hitting, action to packed, must to see shredding from the Jackson Hole backcountry and beyond! At the Center for the Arts. 

November 27
6:00pm. Menorah Lighting. Light the Menorah, sing songs and celebrate the first night of Chanukah. Open to the public, a great learning experience for the diverse crowd that participates. At the Four Seasons.

November 28
8:45am. 21st annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Race. For this traditional 5 to k event, walkers start at 8:45 a.m. followed by runners at 9 a.m. Following the run, Lil' Gobblers event takes place in the recreation center parking lot for ages 10 and younger. Bring canned goods to donate to local charities. Around Town. 

9:00am. Opening Day for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. 

November 29
1:00pm Holiday Passport. Come out and shop local this holiday season. 15 Jackson Hole Businesses celebrate Black Friday and Small Business Saturday with a 2 week shopping event! Visit any participating business and grab your Passport, collect stamps as you shop for the holidays, and when you reach 6 stamps you can enter to win over $2500 worth of prizes! Around Town.

2:00 to 4:00pm 2nd Annual JHSSF .22 Caliber Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot!  (No turkeys will be injured, it’s all target shooting.)Shoot don't shop! Bring your 22 and your safety gear and your family and come have a great time! At the Jackson Hole Gun Club. 

5:00 to 7:00pm Jackson Hole Town Square Lighting. Thousands of LED bulbs will be wrapped around the famous elk antler arches and strung around the stately trees. The lighting of the Town Square is a breathtaking moment as the bulbs sparkle to life. Children and families delight at the arrival of Santa Claus who enters with a team of sled dogs from Jackson Hole Iditarod. A special group of volunteers from Dancers' Workshop will be assisting Santa and the children hoping to visit with him and Teton Literacy Center will provide free books to children of all ages. Town Square.

November 30
8:00am Small Business Saturday. Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses nationwide. Last year, over one hundred million people came together to Shop Small in their communities on Small Business Saturday. Around Town. 

4:00pm. Snow Peep Show. After last year's inaugural bash, we're looking forward to this gear preview and fashion show in Teton Village, to benefit Teton County Search and Rescue. At the Four Seasons.

7:00pm and 9:00pm Sweetgrass Productions presents Valhalla. Valhalla, Sweetgrass Productions’ fourth feature film, is the tale of one man’s search to rediscover the freedom of his youth. Feeling the distant heat of it’s fire still burning in the mountains of the frozen north, he goes in search of those tending the flame—the untamed, the wild, and the outcast dwelling on the fringe. Weaving narrative to driven style with award to winning, face to melting backcountry ski and snowboard cinematography; Valhalla is a vivid explosion of color, character, snow, and nostalgic soul. At the Pink Garter Theater. 

December 1
1:00pm to 3:00pm. Chanukah on Ice. Open ice skating, skating games for children, families and adults, hot potato Latkes, chocolate Chanukah gelt, sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts), free Menorah kits, delicious salads and more. There will be a Center rink menorah lighting ceremony. At the Snow King Sports and Events Center. 

December 4
5:30pm to 6:30pm. Teton Village Menorah Lighting. Celebrate the last night of Chanukah by lighting the menorah, singing Chanukah songs and hearing the story of Chanukah. The event symbolizes the triumph of light over darkness, goodness over indecency and freedom over oppression. Treats such as hot potato latkes, doughnuts filled with jelly (sufganiyot) and chocolate Chanukah gelt will be served while menorahs and dreidels (spinning tops) will be available for all. 

December 6
6:00pm to 7:00pm Snow King Mountain Ski School Cocktail Reception. Meet and Greet with Snow King Ski School General Manager and Ski Instructors, enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and $1.00 Draft Beers. At Hayden’s Post, in Snow King Hotel. 

6:00pm. 22nd Annual Powder Pig GTK9 Avy Dog Fundraiser. GTK9 is completely supported through donations and 100% of the proceeds from this event will go toward training, veterinary care, courses and food for our team of avalanche dogs. All of our GTK9 dogs are certified to international standards by their handlers and tested annually.  At Tony’s Pizza & Pasta in Driggs. 

7:30pm The Coldsmoke Winter Film Tour and After Party. Short Films from around the world will be shown including:
•    A very special unreleased episode of Salomon Freeski TV
•    Super Pillows, Switchback Entertainment
•    For a Few Lines More, Whiteroom Productions
•    Eye of the Beholder, Upthink Lab
•    Morning Rituals, Purp
•    Let’s Go Get Small – Norseman Production
•    Others still to be determined!
The After Party: After the films get to know the sounds of Milton Menasco and the Big Fiasco as you dance to their mountain inspired funky reggae sound with plenty of face melting jams. At the Pink Garter Theater. 

December 7
8:00am to 3:00pm 12th Annual Christmas Bazaar. An annual event with 40+ vendors.  From beautiful handmade crafts to great gifts of all kinds, this event gets bigger and better every year.  Food, music, drawings, and a visit from Santa from 12pm to 1pm makes this one of the best Christmas Bazaars in the region. At the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole.

9:00am – 4:00pm Jackson Hole Art Association’s Christmas Bazaar. Support the Jackson Hole Art Association and Local Artists at the Christmas Bazaar. At the Snow King Sports and Events Center. 

10:00am. Opening Day for Snow King Mountain to weather providing. Help kick off our 75th year! At Snow King Mountain. 

December 8
11:30am to 2:30pm. 28th Annual Christmas Tree Festival. Soroptimist hosts festive event with champagne brunch and live and silent auctions. Live holiday music and more than 25 decorated Christmas trees to view. Purchase a tree for your home or for an area organization in need of some holiday cheer. At the Virginian Lodge. 

December 13 to 14
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Sun Valley.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center. 

All Day. Jackson Hole Youth Hockey to PeeWee Tournament. At Snow King Sports and Events Center. 

December 14
10:00 to 4:00 pm. 75th Anniversary Party and Free Ski Day. If you have never skied the King, December 14th is your day to get out and taste what our mountain has to offer.  Snow King is kicking off the 75th Anniversary season with a free ski day for the general public.  Bring your friends, family, and neighbors out for a day of fun on the slopes followed by an afternoon/evening of music.  Snake River Brewing’s forthcoming Snow King Pale Ale will be flowing, come out and celebrate with us. At Snow King Mountain. 

10:00am to 2:00pm. Targhee Fat Bike Race & Demo. Fat bike demos from Habitat, Peaked Sports, Fitzgerald’s. The Grand Targhee Snow Bike Race: 15K 1 lap / 30K 2 laps race on the nordic track. Race shirt for all racers. At Grand Targhee Resort. 

6:00pm to 8:00pm. Snow King Winter Season Kick Off. Join the team at Snow King Hotel and the Snow King Mountain Ski Patrol as we tap the 75th Anniversary Snow King Pale Ale Keg. Live Music and Drink Specials. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel. 

8:00pm. 1964 The Tribute: Beatles. The Tribute takes their audiences on a musical journey to an era in rock history that will live in all of our hearts forever. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world. At the Pink Garter Theater. 

December 20
6:00pm to 8:00pm. Snow King Hotel Holiday Tree Lighting. Jackson Hole High School Holiday Chamber will perform and Snow King usher’s in the Holiday spirit with the lighting of Holiday Trees. Complimentary Holiday Cookies, Hot Cocoa, Egg Nog and Hot Cider will be provided around the Lobby Fireplace and Holiday Tree.

9:00pm to 11:00pm Live Music at Hayden’s Post. Hayden’s Post at Snow King Hotel.

December 20 to 21
All Day. Nordic Junior National Qualifier. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Trail Creek Nordic Center in Wilson. 

December 20 to 22
4:00pm. The Princess & the Pea: A Fragmented Fairytale. Dancers' Workshop presents an original adaptation of "The Princess and the Pea," a classic fairytale embellished and reinvented, told through the art of dance. At the Center for the Arts. 

December 21
4:45pm. Santa’s Arrival in Teton Village. Greet Santa at the base of the tram as he makes his way into Teton Village from above. Santa Claus will be meeting the children at the outside deck of the Teton Club after his arrival. Everyone is welcome! At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

6:00pm to 8:00pm. Snow King Hotel Holiday Festivities. Join us for Caroling and Complimentary Holiday Cookies, Hot Cocoa, Egg Nog and Hot Cider will be provided around the Lobby Fireplace and Holiday Tree.

9:00pm to 11:00pm Live Music and The 1st Annual Hayden’s Post Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest. Join us for our first ugly sweater contest, with National Lampoon’s Christmas playing in the background, and a photo booth to capture all the beautifully ugly fun. At Hayden’s Post at Snow King Hotel.
    
December 22
6:00pm to 8:00pm. Snow King Hotel Holiday Festivities. Join us for Jackson Hole Community Orchestra and Complimentary Holiday Cookies, Hot Cocoa, Egg Nog and Hot Cider will be provided around the Lobby Fireplace and Holiday Tree.

December 23
6:00pm to 8:00pm. Snow King Hotel Holiday Festivities. Join us for a visit from Santa Claus and Complimentary Holiday Cookies, Hot Cocoa, Egg Nog and Hot Cider will be provided around the Lobby Fireplace and Holiday Tree.

December 24
12:00pm to 8:00pm Christmas Eve Dining at Hayden’s Post. A La Carte Offering and Our Special $55.00 ++ per person Prix Fixe Menu- 3 Courses, Amuse Bouche, and Glass of Champagne.
    
6:00pm to 8:00pm. Snow King Hotel Holiday Festivities. Join us for holiday tunes around the Lobby with our very own Cowboy Steve and Complimentary Holiday Cookies, Hot Cocoa, Egg Nog and Hot Cider will be provided around the Lobby Fireplace and Holiday Tree.

December 25
12:00pm to 8:00pm Christmas Eve Dining at Hayden’s Post. A La Carte Offering and Our Special $55.00 ++ per person Prix Fixe Menu- 3 Courses, Amuse Bouche, and Glass of Champagne.

1:00pm. Ski with Santa on Christmas Day! Jackson Hole Mountain Resort guests are invited to meet Santa for run or two on Teewinot on Christmas Day. He'll be at the bottom of the lift at 1:00pm, or keep an eye out for him on Teewinot! At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. 

December 27 to 28
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Bozeman.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.

December 28
10:00am Betty Woolsey Classic Race. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Trail Creek Nordic Center in Wilson.

December 31
4:50pm Glow Worm Kid’s Ski Parade. Young skiers are welcome to join in this Teton Village New Year's tradition, which substitutes glowsticks for torchlights in a ski parade at dusk. If you are able to ski Teewinot confidently and are under age 14, we'd love for you to participate! (Younger kids will do a shorter parade via snowmobile before older kids ski from the top of Teewinot.) The parade is free, and you don't need to sign up in advance. Meet at the JHMR Kids Ranch at the Cody House at 4:50, dressed and ready to head up  to  no poles please! Bring your parents along to watch the parade at 5:30, and stay for the torchlight and fireworks show that follows. At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. 

5:30pm to 7:30pm and 8:30pm to 2014! (two seatings) New Year’s Eve Dinner at Hayden’s Post. Join us at Hayden’s Post for the best views of the Snow King Mountain Torchlight Parade and New Year’s Fireworks! Our Prix Fix menu will offer 3 Courses + Amuse Bouche and Glass of Champagne. DJ WYOBASS will start at 10:00pm to help ring in 2014! For more information and reservations be sure to call Hayden’s Post- 307-734-3187

6:00pm. New Year's Eve Torchlight Parade and Fireworks at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The JH staff will put on a traditional Torchlight Parade on Apres to Vous at 6pm, followed by a renowned fireworks display over Teton Village. Happy New Year to All!!! At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. 

8:00pm to 10:00pm New Year’s Torchlight Parade and Fireworks at Snow King Mountain. Join SKM to ring in the new year with a torchlight parade and fireworks show.  The staff at SKM anticipates throwing a bit of a fiesta this year prior to the torchlight parade in celebration of our 75th Anniversary.

January 3
All Day. Club Series #1 Caroline Classis, GS. The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard “Club Series” is a time to honored annual competition that features challenging courses and draws over 150 competitors of all ages, from throughout the region. At Snow King Mountain. 

January 3 to 4
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Sun Valley.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.

January 4
All Day. Wyoming Rando Roundup & Snow King Hill Climb. United States Ski Mountaineering Association. At Snow King Mountain. 

5:00pm and 8:00pm. An Evening with Ira Glass. NPR host and creator of This American Life, Glass will talk about his radio program and how it's put together: what makes a compelling story, where they find the amazing stories for their show, how he and his staff are trying to push broadcast journalism to do things it doesn't usually do. During his talk, Glass will mix stories from the show, live onstage, combining his narration with pre to taped quotes and music, recreating the sound of the show as the audience watches. At the Center for the Arts. 

January 5
All Day. Wyoming Rando Roundup. Jackson Hole SkiMo Race. United States Ski Mountaineering Association. At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

January 9
7:00 to 10:30pm The Met: Live Verdi’s Falstaff. An undisputed master of Falstaff, Music Director James Levine conducts Verdi's opera for the first time at the Met since 2005. Robert Carsen's production to the first new Met Falstaff since 1964 to is set in the English countryside in the mid to 20th century. Ambrogio Maestri (last season's Dulcamara in the Opening Night production of L'Elisir d'Amore) sings the title role of the brilliant and blustery Sir John Falstaff, opposite a marvelous ensemble that includes Angela Meade, Stephanie Blythe, Lisette Oropesa, and Franco Vassallo. At the Center for the Arts. 

January 10
3:30pm – 6:30 pm. Pica’s Margarita Cup. Jackson's adult racing league in team scoring format with Pica's as the title sponsor!  Teams consist of up to 6 people (4 score points each race).  There are weekly raffle prizes, Pica’s Tacos & bar at every race. All proceeds benefit the JHSC Alpine Race Team. At Snow King Mountain. 

January 10 to 11
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Denver.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.

January 11 to 12
All Day. U to 12/10 North Series 2 GS. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Snow King Mountain.

January 17 to 18
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. New York.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.

January 18
10:00am 3rd Annual Grand Targhee Fat Bike Race. The Grand Targhee Snow Bike Race 15K 1 lap / 30K 2 laps / 45K 3 laps race on the nordic track. Awards Carmon at 2:00pm at the finish line. At Grand Targhee Resort. 

January 18 to 20
All Day. Wes Barron Speed Series, 3 Super G’s. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

January 22
8:00pm. Tribal Seeds & Through the Roots. Tribal Seeds' unmatched musical talent and authentic sound has brought them to the forefront of the reggae rock genre, as their art form has reached people of all ages across the United States, and worldwide. Through the Roots have been covering ground and making waves across the United States. Fusing rock and electronic elements with a strong roots reggae foundation, Through the Roots have developed a unique sound and experience that captivates audiences during their live performances. At the Center for the Arts. 

January 23
6:00pm to 8:00pm. Last of the First Skiers to an evening with Mark Jenkins from National Geographic & the University of Wyoming. The Kazakh and Tuvan tribesmen of the region use the skis to hunt elk. Guns are illegal, so they lasso the beasts from their skis to  to  to a primordial tableau that is depicted in local petroglyphs dating from 5000 to 12,000 BP.  National Geographic writer Mark Jenkins lived and hunted with these extraordinary skiers last winter.  Jenkins will present a program exploring the last enclave of prehistoric skiing, its links to the modern global ski culture, and the profound adaptability of humankind in an increasingly globalized world. At the Center for the Arts.

January 24
3:30pm – 6:30 pm. Pica’s Margarita Cup. Jackson's adult racing league in team scoring format with Pica's as the title sponsor!  Teams consist of up to 6 people (4 score points each race).  There are weekly raffle prizes, Pica’s Tacos & bar at every race. All proceeds benefit the JHSC Alpine Race Team. At Snow King Mountain.

January 25
All Day. Club Series #2, GS. The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard “Club Series” is a time to honored annual competition that features challenging courses and draws over 150 competitors of all ages, from throughout the region. At Grand Targhee Resort.

January 25 to 26
All Day. Cowboy Classic 2 GS. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Snow King Mountain.

January 31
All Day. International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race:
•    9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.  to  Vet check to open to the public to meet the teams
•    3:00 to  5:00 p.m.  to  Pre to race headquarters The Wort Hotel
•    5:00 p.m.  to  festivities on the Town Square booths, giveaways, hot coco
•    6:00 p.m.  to  Storm Show Productions Video on Big Screen
•    6:30 p.m.  to  Mushers leave the Starting Gate
•    8:00 p.m. to   Pedigree Party at Snow King, Fireworks and Torchlight Parade

January 31 to February 2
All Day. U14 Sean Nurse Memorial 2 GS/2SL. Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non to profit. Annually serving over 400 young athletes. At Snow King Mountain.

January 31 to February 1
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Park City.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.

All Day. Jackson Hole Youth Hockey. Midget A U18 Tournament. At Snow King Sports and Events Center. 

February 2
SUPERBOWL SUNDAY. Join us at Hayden’s Post and cheer your team on to victory while enjoying dining and drinking specials. At Hayden’s Post, inside Snow King Hotel.

February 7
3:30pm – 6:30 pm. Pica’s Margarita Cup. Jackson's adult racing league in team scoring format with Pica's as the title sponsor!  Teams consist of up to 6 people (4 score points each race).  There are weekly raffle prizes, Pica’s Tacos & bar at every race. All proceeds benefit the JHSC Alpine Race Team. At Snow King Mountain.

February 7 to 8
7:30pm to 9:00pm Jackson Hole Moose Hockey vs. Chicago.  The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team is a nonprofit organization that competes in the Senior A Division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full to check hockey with no holds barred action. All games feature live music from some of Jackson’s most talented local musicians as well as food, snacks and your favorite adult beverages. At Snow King Sports & Events Center.

All Day. Jackson Hole Youth Hockey: Bantam Tournament. At Snow King Sports and Events Center. 

February 8
All Day. Club Series #3, SL. The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard “Club Series” is a time to honored annual competition that features challenging courses and draws over 150 competitors of all ages, from throughout the region. At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

9:00pm. Keller Williams. Being a Keller Williams fan means being ready for anything—trying to guess where this omnivorous artist will head next might be fun but chances are good you won't even come close. In the past three years alone Williams has recorded an album of eclectic cover tunes with the Keels (Thief), a children's record (Kids), the bass to centric and appropriately titled Bass, a bluegrass set with the Travelin' McCourys (Pick) and a Grateful Dead tribute project on which he played piano exclusively(Keys). At the Pink Garter Theater. 

February 9
9:00pm. IRATION: AUTOMATIC WINTER TOUR Natural Vibrations, The Movement. The islands of Hawaii are not only the biggest influence on Iration's sound they are home to all of its members. Iration was born from a love of all types of music and a desire to create something new. Elements of Reggae, Rock, and Pop are mixed with keyboard/synth and melodic vocal lines to create something truly unique. Iration is best heard in a live setting where you can truly experience the full spectrum of their range. At the Pink Garter Theater. 

February 14
7:00 to 11:00pm The Met: Live Dvo?ák's Rusalka. The great Renée Fleming returns to one of her signature roles, singing the enchanting “Song to the Moon” in Dvorák’s soulful fairy to tale opera. Tenor Piotr Beczala co to stars as the Prince, Dolora Zajick is Jezibaba, and dynamic young maestro Yannick Nézet to Séguin is on the podium. At the Center for the Arts. 

February 14 to 16
All Day. Jackson Hole Youth Hockey - Squirt B Tournament. At Snow King Sports and Events Center.

Check back in a few days and we'll post the rest of the winter happens!