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Winter Events in Jackson Hole 2023-34

Jackson Hole and the surrounding areas host a whole lot more than just skiing during the winter and spring months. The towns certainly don’t hibernate in the cold, with music, festivals, art and holiday celebrations happening all season long. Here are some of the notable events to add to your calendar. DECEMBER Dec. 2: 59th
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Filmmaker and fashion designer Zeb Smith returns home to Jackson Hole

Billy “Zeb” Smith grew up in two very different worlds: One, the son of a highly successful fashion designer in New York City, and the other, spending his school breaks with his conservationist father who lived in Wilson, Wyoming, with a then-population of 200. He refers to his time in Wyoming as the “idyllic Huck
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Jackson Hole Events Calendar Summer/Fall 2023

Life in the summer is far from dull in Jackson Hole. While you can catch a live band, race, market or gallery exhibit daily throughout the season, here are some of the notable happenings to add to your calendar. JUNE Curlew CruisesJune 6, 13, 20, 27, 8:30–10:30 a.m. Take a driving tour of the National
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No two alike at Pearls by Shari in Jackson Hole

Against the noisy bustle of Jackson Town Square, walking into Pearls by Shari can offer a sense of serene calm. Mirrored cases encircle the modest space in Shari Turpin’s flagship store; the soft luster of her pearls glow from within them. Nestled inside each case are pieces clearly designed and crafted with intention and passion.
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10 Jackson Hole events you won’t want to miss this winter 2022-23

Wildlife Tour December 11 through March The National Elk Refuge is home to elk, bighorn sheep, trumpeter swans, and bald eagles in the winter. Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday you can learn more about these animals and their habitats by taking a two-hour drive with a naturalist through the refuge. Tours start at 10
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Unique treasures in Teton Valley

In 2020, Aimee and Mike Gormley were looking for a new challenge. They both ran successful businesses in Driggs, but as more and more people moved to Teton Valley, they saw an opportunity. “We figured all these new people would need to decorate their homes,” Aimee says. So, they opened Mountain Home Treasures, a gift
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Take home a piece of the Tetons from Hines Goldsmiths

In the spring of 1970, Carolyn and Don Hines left Casper and moved to Jackson, opening Hines Goldsmiths. Don left Jackson in 1986 and after setting up shop in a few different locations, Carolyn settled into her current locale on the east side of Town Square. Now, 52 years later, Hines Goldsmiths is not only
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Preserving a piece of Teton County history

By most standards, the mountain communities that make up Teton County are considered small. But the beauty and lifestyle of the area draw people from all over the world, and like many other mountain towns, there has been a recent boom in growth. To many longtime locals used to small-town living, this can be frustrating,
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Best après ski in Jackson Hole

There are very few mountain-town traditions as well established as sharing a drink and some nosh at the end of a great day of skiing or riding. Rehashing the day’s victories (and defeats) over a drink caps the day and launches the transition to a food and cocktail-fueled evening. And while Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
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10 Jackson Hole winter 21-22 events you won’t want to miss

Holiday Musical at Jackson Hole Playhouse December 10-January 8: The annual musical at the Jackson Hole Playhouse is a must for any holiday visit to Jackson. You can either show up for dinner and a show (a must for first timers!) or reserve tickets for the show only. Santa Drops From the Tram December 24:
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Farmhouse 208 brings unique and delightfully luxurious offerings to Jackson

As soon as you walk in the door, you can tell that Farmhouse 208 is a passion project. The north Driggs shop perfectly melds owner Kate Zupancic’s passion for horses, design, and homewares into a delightful mix of gifts, household essentials, and equestrian needs. “It’s like my brain exploded and turned into a shop!” says
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Jackson Hole Still Works is all about keeping things local

Chas Marsh and Travis Goodman, founders and owners of Jackson Hole Still Works, have no trouble conveying the essence of their business approach. “It’s part of our mission statement,” Chas says. “To create delicious spirits that make people smile.” While that may be the duo’s end goal, there’s a lot more to Still Works than
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A Wonderful Web of Sound

The uproariously tongue-in-cheek band Strumbucket weaves together a web of genres and a vast array of sounds into every performance — from blues and country to funk and rock, and all the way to samba and reggae. The lively quintet makes music for everybody. “In one show we can have everyone’s foot tapping at some
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‘Tis the Season

Craft beer and cold weather are made for each other. This winter, grab an afternoon pint at your favorite local brewpub and watch snow blanket the valley through frosty windows, or pick up a “crowler” after shredding at one of the local resorts. Sample these local brews to find out which seasonal craft beer will
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Wonders of Western Art

The smell of paint often woke Maryvonne Leshe as a child. Her bedroom in Paris was near her grandfather’s studio. Leshe, now owner of Trailside Galleries and Partner in the Jackson Hole Art Auction, watched her grandfather, Alexander Astafieff, paint for hours, while she drew pictures with crayons and chatted with his painter and poet
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Summer Sippin’

CAM FITZPATRICK AND RENÉ WOODMENCEY ARE ON A MISSION TO MAKE SURE NO WEDDING OR EVENT RUNS OUT OF BOOZE THIS SUMMER, AND THEY HOPE THEIR NEW MOBILE BAR SERVICE WILL ACHIEVE JUST THAT. BOTH BORN AND RAISED IN JACKSON HOLE—WOODMENCEY’S FATHER IS THE LOCAL WEATHERMAN, AND FITZPATRICK’S DAD IS A LONGTIME SKI PATROLLER—THEY ARE
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Artistic Intuition

Barbara Nowak claims she doesn’t have an artistic bone in her body, but she’s proud of her eye for art. “When I first opened the gallery 20 years ago I expected to carry the traditional Western and wildlife art, but as the gallery began to evolve, so indeed did the art,” she says. “I began
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Musical Mastermind

Zach Singer was in fifth grade when he first picked up the electric guitar, jamming to Jimi Hendrix and other classic rock of the ’60s and ’70. By middle school, the budding Musician gave percussion a try, taking up the drums. The more time Singer spent playing Instruments, the more he fell in love with
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All in the Family

As she brews coffee and lovingly chases her kids and dogs around the bright interior of her Victor, Idaho, home, Jackson native Jennifer Fay says, “I really miss getting to work in the shop with my mom.” Since having children of her own, Fay and her mom, Diana Gross, sometimes feel like ships passing in
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Serving up the South

At the base of Snow King Mountain, a new craft brewery recently made its debut. With sweeping views of the town hill, the three-story, open-air, mountainside StillWest Brewery and Grill sports a distinctly southern flair. Alabama natives Chaney and Don Alan Hankins created StillWest together, and their story takes the form of an unlikely love
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Beautiful Things at Home

If you have successfully opened and maintained six storefronts in a town of 10,000 people, you must be doing something right. Belle Cose is a familiar sight in the valley, with locations on Broadway, King Street, the West Bank, two shops in the Four Seasons, and a sister store in Vero Beach, Florida. The newest
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