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Author signing for White Grass Ranch Memoir, Saturday

JACKSON, Wyo. — Meet author Cynthia Galey Peck at the JH Historical Society Museum & Store on Saturday, June 25 from 3-5 p.m. where she will be signing her new book, “Wyoming Ranch Girl: A Journey Seeking Respect, Security, and Solace.”. The newly released book shares Galey Peck’s...
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SNAPPED: Music on Main returns for the summer

VICTOR, Idaho — Last night in Victor City Park, Teton Valley let loose to the sounds of SambaDá to kick off Music on Main’s first show of the 2022 season. A beloved outdoor concert event, Music on Main will host seven more main acts this summer. The full lineup is listed below.
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Local artists talk 2022 WildWalls

JACKSON, Wyo. — Each year from June through September, blank walls in Jackson’s alleyways are transformed into engaging murals that tell ecological stories while simultaneously showcasing the work of some of the valley’s best artists. This year, Kika Macfarlane and Helen Seay were selected for the event’s...

Snow King Concert Series adds second show on July 17

JACKSON, Wyo. — Based on the rapid sellout of the July 16 concert atop Snow King, King Concerts announces a second show on the Summit Stage Sunday, July 17. Both nights will feature “Duane Betts & His Friends” with a star-studded lineup. of national touring musicians and...

Music on Main’s June grooves from Afro-Brazilian to synth-pop

VICTOR, Idaho. — Sixteen bands over eight weeks, Teton Valley Foundation’s Music on Main will bring the community together under the cottonwoods in Victor City Park on Thursdays. Kicking-off the longest running Teton County concert series is SambaDá with Carly King (June 23) and Joyce from the Future with Batdorf & Brother Wolf (June 30).

SNAPPED: 2022 WildWalls debut across town

JACKSON, Wyo. — It’s that time of year again when Jackson’s downtown streets welcome new murals during JH Public Art’s annual WildWalls event. Each year, blank alley walls are transformed into an open-air gallery that runs through September. This year, local artists collaborated with science communities...

First Music On Main this Thursday, with SambaDá

VICTOR, IDAHO. — The first Music on Main of the season is this Thursday, June 23 at Victor City Park. Head over to the park to enjoy music from SambaDá and opener Carly King. Hosted by Teton Valley Foundation (TVF), the free all-ages concert is from 6-10 p.m.

The Best in Western Art

Every September, Jackson, Wyoming, becomes the epicenter of Western design as a select group of nearly 100 artists comes together to show and sell one-of-a-kind creations to discerning patrons looking for special pieces to furnish their homes or add to their wardrobes. Designs in wood and metal, fabric and leather—among other media—will again be on display Sept. 8-11 at the Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale. The event is a signature feature of the monthlong Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival.

On Set: New documentary retraces journey of Wyoming prisoner of war during World War II

A free screening of “Dear Sirs” will be held at 6:30 p.m. the Center for the Arts on Wednesday, June 22. (Burning Torch Productions) A new documentary called “Dear Sirs” tells the story of Wyoming filmmaker Mark Pedri as he retraces the steps of his grandfather Silvio’s journey through World War II as a prisoner of war. Pedri grew up in Rock Springs, where he spent nearly every day with his grandfather for 10 years of his early life—but Silvio never spoke about his time in captivity during the war.

SNAPPED: Busy art weekend in Jackson

JACKSON, Wyo. — Two classic events of the Jackson art scene were held this past weekend: the Plein Air Fest, Etc. at the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the Art Fair Jackson Hole. For the Plain Air Fest, Etc., almost 50 invited artists were given one day to...

Rock legends Hot Tuna kick off summer tour in Jackson

The legendary folk-rock duo Hot Tuna have been playing music together for over 50 years. Starting out in Washington, D.C., as teenagers, guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady became founding members of the iconic psychedelic rock group Jefferson Airplane in San Francisco. Together, they’ve been playing their acoustic and electric blues sound ever since to critical acclaim: Kaukonen and Casady were honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 2016 Grammy Awards, and both have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Wyoming filmmakers screen WWII documentary in Jackson

JACKSON, Wyo. — Wyoming filmmakers Mark Pedri and Carrie McCarthy will be screening “Dear Sirs,” a documentary about Mark’s grandfather’s experience as a prisoner of war in World War II, in Jackson on Wednesday, June 22. Growing up in Rock Springs, Mark had a pretty...