Sawtooth Mountains
Jun 19 – Jun 24 all-day
Women's Backpacking Retreat @ Sawtooth Mountains
12:00 am
This Idaho backpacking retreat leads you to the heart of the Sawtooth Mountains located near Stanley, Idaho. You’ll find high elevation passes, alpine basins, and meadows covered with wildflowers. The rugged mountain spires towering above pristine lakes will awe you during the day, and a sky full of dazzling stars will lie overhead each night. We’ll be swimming in alpine lakes, gliding down river rock slides, crossing streams, and creating memories in a pristine, secluded area. Participants must be physically capable of carrying a 30 to 40 pound backpack while hiking 5 to 10 miles each day. On the last day of the retreat, guests will enjoy soothing their sore muscles in a private, natural geothermal hot spring overlooking the mountain range they just spent the past four days in. We are partnered with the skilled and well-rounded Sawtooth Mountain Guides at this beautiful location.
Community School
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – Jun 27 @ 3:30 pm
Adventure Chess and LEGO Camp! @ Community School
9:00 am
SunValleyCamps.com the most fun your child could have! Chess Camp: Learn tricks, traps and sneak attacks! Our award-winning camp makes chess fun through stories, puzzles, challenges and games. International Chess Master Luke Vellotti will be teaching our advanced students. Beginners are welcome!   Lego Camp: Build, create and collaborate! Learn each day with adventure stories and design challenges. Blast Lego rockets and go on a treasure quest – the fun never stops in the highly interactive camp.   Minecraft Camp: Do you like Minecraft or do you love Minecraft? Summon ender dragons, battle creepers, and teleport your friends through magical kingdoms. Learn how to create storyboards for extra fun!   Game Making: Imagine, Program, and Upload! Make your own games by learning basic Scratch & Python programming skills from UCLA’s best computer science student. This intro camp makes coding fun and easy. Camp tuition includes t-shirt, trophy and daily prizes, and pizza/ice cream party.  Students may register for Chess half days or Chess + STEM full days at www.SunValleyCamps.com. About Us: Founded by Daniel J. Vellotti, a State and National Chess Champion, the coaching company has trained dozens of chess champions on both the state and national level. As a published author and nationally renowned children’s chess ...
River Run Lodge
Jun 25 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Wood River Farmers' Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
The Wood River Farmers Markets offer seasonally available and locally grown fruits, vegetables, eggs, goat cheese and yogurts, organic cuts of beef, chicken and lamb, fresh herbs and plant starts for your garden. There are prepared foods including street tacos, grass fed burgers, ready-made pasta dinners, wines, pasta sauces, iced teas, jams and jellies, honey, fermented goods, pies and other baked goods including gluten free treats. We have skin care products, jewelry, wood products, photography, pottery, hanging baskets, cut flower arrangements, handmade clothing, napkins and tablecloths and so much more. Come join in on the fun, meet the hardworking farmers and artists who sell their homemade and home-grown products and enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the open-air markets. Support local and keep your dollars in the Wood River Valley! The Ketchum Farmers’ Market has a new location this year, at River Run Plaza!. Look for the tents, you can’t miss us.   The Hailey market is located on the grassy lot north of Sturtevant’s on Main Street.
Various Locations
Jun 25 @ 5:30 pm
Women's Shop Rides @ Various Locations
5:30 pm
Join us on Tuesdays for fun & supportive group rides on some of the valley’s best trails. RIDE SCHEDULE MAY 21 – CroyAll LevelsMeet at Sturtevants Hailey5:30 – 7pm          MAY 28 – Croy   All LevelsMeet at Sturtevants Hailey 5:30 – 7pm JUNE  4 – Corral Creek to White Clouds  All Levels                                         Meet at Sturtevants KetchumIncludes on-trail skills clinic5:30 – 7pm JUNE 11 – Fox / Chocolate    Intermediate/AdvancedMeet at Sturtevants Ketchum5:30 – 7:30pm JUNE 18 – TBD* All LevelsMeet at Sturtevants KetchumSkills and mechanical clinic before the ride5:30 – 7:30pm  JUNE 25 – Greenhorn / Imperial    AdvancedMeet at Sturtevants Ketchum5:30 – 7:30pm JULY 2 – Adams GulchAll Levels Meet at Sturtevants Ketchum5:30 – 7:30pm                                                          JULY 9 – TBD*Levels TBDMeet at Sturtevants Ketchum5:30 – 7:30 Rides depart Sturtevants at 5:30 and are led by professional guides. Rides that require a shuttle will include a free ride in a Sturtevants van. ...
Various Locations
Jun 25 @ 6:15 pm
Group Mountain Bike Rides @ Various Locations
6:15 pm
Join us every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday for our shop ride at 6:15 We have teamed up with Warfield Brewery an Distillery to bring you après bike ride discounts!
Jun 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
7:00 pm
We have a series of six community dancing events planned at the Grange, on Tuesday evenings from June thru August. Dance instructor Galen Slatter, and his recorded music, will be leading  contra, line and square dancing sessions. The sessions will start at 7 pm with a one hour dance lesson, followed by guided open dancing until 9:30.  The dances are family friendly. There’s no alcohol, and children under 14 dance for free when accompanied by an adult. Beginners and singles are welcome. 
Forest Service Park
Jun 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Ketch'em Alive @ Forest Service Park
7:00 pm
Celebrating 20 years of free music in Forest Service Park featuring food and beverage vendors on Washington Ave. June 18-  Pandas and People – Americana, folk, alternative rock June 25-   Tumbling Dice – Rolling Stones tribute July 2-   Swagger – Irish rock July 9-   Scott Pemberton Band – electric guitar virtuoso July 16-   Kuinka – modern Americana / electronic July 23-    Pixie and the Partygrass Boys – joyous folk pop July 30-    Gene Avaro Band – soul, funk, electronic August 6-   Lukewarm – Lost River Disco August 13-   The Heaters – classic rock dance paarty
The Mint
Jun 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Ping Pong Tuesdays! @ The Mint
7:00 pm
Bring a friend, eat some dinner, and grab a drink.The action gets hot and tables are always going!
Sun Valley Pavilion
Jun 25 @ 8:00 pm
Three Dog Night @ Sun Valley Pavilion
8:00 pm
Legendary music icons, Three Dog Night, celebrating nearly 5 decades, claims some of the most astonishing statistics in popular music. In the years 1969 through 1974, no other group achieved more top 10 hits, moved more records or sold more concert tickets than Three Dog Night. This Grammy-nominated band is not content resting on its legacy alone. Now, marking nearly 50 years on the road, Three Dog Night continues to grow its fan base by keeping up a full schedule of concerts at theatres, performing arts centers, fairs, festivals, corporate events, and casinos. Since 1986, the band has performed over 2,200 shows including two Super Bowls.
Adam's Gulch Trailhead
Jun 26 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Hikin' Buddies @ Adam's Gulch Trailhead
9:30 am
At Hikin’ Buddies, you can take a shelter dog for a hike, or hang out and socialize some of the smaller dogs. It is a great opportunity to meet some of Mountain Humane’s adoptable dogs as well as to learn more about the organization. All are welcome to join in throughout the summer, weather permitting. Meet at Adam’s Gulch trailhead from 9:30-1:00 on Wednesdays. No appointment is necessary; just bring your family and friends to have a good time with some dogs that would love to meet you! *Dogs go out on hikes on a first come first serve basis.* Also, Mountain Humane will now be doing adoptions at Adam’s Gulch during Hikin’ Buddies!  Come and meet the dogs, take them for a walk, and if you fall in love – an Adoption Counselor will be onsite to help you complete the adoption! Directions to Adam’s Gulch: Take Hwy 75 north through the city of Ketchum. As you drive next to the Bigwood Golf course you will see a left-hand turn for Adam’s Gulch. Follow this road as it winds towards the hill. At the T in the road go left, and you will soon see Adam’s Gulch parking lot and the Mountain Humane tent and van.
Sun Valley Center for the Arts | Ketchum location
Jun 26 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Afternoon Art—Summer Session 1 & 2 @ Sun Valley Center for the Arts | Ketchum location
3:00 pm
Families will make art, spend time in the maker space and view the exhibition together. Designed for families with kids who are 5–12 years of age, Afternoon Art sessions will be offered Wednesday afternoons on Jun 12, 19 & 26. Participants and their adult caregivers can drop in anytime between 3 and 5 p.m. to play, create, discover and have fun. Projects will change on a weekly basis. Afternoon Art Summer Session 1 Project Themes: June 12—Wet on Wet Water color June 19—Nature mandalas June 26—A bird’s eye view: mixed media landscape Afternoon Art Summer Session 2 Project Themes: July 31—Sand paper collage Aug 7—Fantasy Collage Aug 14—Stick Initials Afternoon Art will also have a Summer Session 2 offered on Wednesday afternoons on July 31, Aug 7 & 14. Join us!
Redfish Lake Lodge
Jun 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Redfish LIVE @ Redfish Lake Lodge
6:00 pm
There is plenty of evening music at Redfish Lake Lodge in the summer.  Come enjoy an eclectic mix of some of Idaho’s best musicians Sundays from 5-7, Wednesdays from 6-8, and Fridays from 6-8 on the front lawn brought to you by Music from Stanley. Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket and enjoy this free concert series. Please do not bring any outside food and beverage to the free music on the lawn concert series.
Liberty Theatre
Jun 26 @ 7:00 pm – Jul 13 @ 9:00 pm
Crimes of the Heart @ Liberty Theatre
7:00 pm
The Family We Are Born Into: The Magrath sisters are having a very, very bad day. How bad? Well, Babe just shot her husband, Meg is just out of the looney bin, and poor Lenny is celebrating her birthday alone in the kitchen by sticking a candle in a cookie. The horse got struck by lightning, Grandaddy is in the hospital, and not one of the sisters can figure out how to have a functional love life. Lemonade, y’all? Beth Henley’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Crimes of the Heart brings a twangy Southern style to a story that is equal parts comedy, tragedy and family redemption.  Winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. $35 member / $40 nonmember / $35 senior (62 and over) / $15 student (with student ID) *Ticket prices do not include taxes or processing fees.
The Mint
Jun 26 @ 8:00 pm
American Aquarium & Brandy Zdan LIVE @ The Mint
8:00 pm
In the lush tobacco fields of North Carolina where BJ Barham was raised, people work hard. Families stay nearby, toiling and growing together. BJ loves those farms and his tiny Reidsville hometown, but he had to run off and start American Aquarium, a band now beloved by thousands.BJ couldn’t stay. But he couldn’t really leave, either: he’s still singing about the lessons, stories, and lives that define rural America––and him.“I moved to the big city to go to college and fell in love with music,” BJ says. “But half the songs on our record are about small towns––little pieces of my childhood. I’ve had moments where it turns out a piece of broken English my father repeated twice a week is the most accurate way to say something. So I put it in a song.”American Aquarium’s seventh studio album Things Change offers the band’s finest collection of folk-infused Southern rock-and-roll to date. Stacked with BJ’s signature storytelling––always deeply personal but also instantly relatable––the record questions and curses current events, shares one man’s intimate evolution, and leaves listeners with a priceless gift: hope.“In my early 20s, I was not as hopeful,” BJ says. “Now, as I’m getting ready to become a ...
Various
Jun 27 @ 9:30 am
Wildflower Walks @ Various
9:30 am
Join the Sawtooth Botanical Garden (SBG) and friends for this popular spring summer wildflower walk series to some of our local area’s most diverse and spectacular habitats.  Walks happen rain or shine. Bring appropriate outerwear, sturdy walking shoes, water, sunscreen, hat and lunch. Some walks are appropriate for children age 7 years and older accompanied by an adult, but please leave your dog at home. Call if you have questions: 208-726-9358. All trips start at the Sawtooth Botanical Garden, 11 Gimlet Road, 4 miles south of Ketchum.  We will carpool from SBG which helps reduce the group’s environmental footprint. Wildflower Walks are led by local experts and are free; donations to the Sawtooth Botanical Garden are very much appreciated. Wildflower Walk destinations are to be determined by what is blooming where and when (Have a hot tip? Let us know!). Locations will be posted here when they are known. Participants are encouraged to always meet at the Garden and carpool to the site. Daily Timeline 9:00 – Meet at SBG: sign waivers, review logistics, carpooling 9:00-9:30 – Trip overview and highlights 9:30 – Leave from Sawtooth Botanical Garden Wildflower Walk; often concludes with lunch on site Return times to SBG is typically around 2:00; check individual ...
River Run Lodge
Jun 27 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Wood River Farmers' Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
The Wood River Farmers Markets offer seasonally available and locally grown fruits, vegetables, eggs, goat cheese and yogurts, organic cuts of beef, chicken and lamb, fresh herbs and plant starts for your garden. There are prepared foods including street tacos, grass fed burgers, ready-made pasta dinners, wines, pasta sauces, iced teas, jams and jellies, honey, fermented goods, pies and other baked goods including gluten free treats. We have skin care products, jewelry, wood products, photography, pottery, hanging baskets, cut flower arrangements, handmade clothing, napkins and tablecloths and so much more. Come join in on the fun, meet the hardworking farmers and artists who sell their homemade and home-grown products and enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the open-air markets. Support local and keep your dollars in the Wood River Valley! The Ketchum Farmers’ Market has a new location this year, at River Run Plaza!. Look for the tents, you can’t miss us.   The Hailey market is located on the grassy lot north of Sturtevant’s on Main Street.
Sawtooth Brewery - Hailey Tap Room
Jun 27 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Summer Music Series at Sawtooth Brewery Taproom @ Sawtooth Brewery - Hailey Tap Room
5:00 pm
Every Thursday this summer we will be hosting a variety of bands at the Sawtooth Brewery Tap Room! June 27 – Andrew Kasab July 11 – Moses Guest July 18 – Old Death Whisper July 25 – Pixie & the Partygrass Boys August 1 – Boot Juice August 8 – Casey Jack Kristopherson Band August 15 – Secuestrado August 22 – Aaron Goulay August 29 – Hurdy Gurdy Girls  
Sun Valley Center for the Arts | Ketchum location
Jun 27 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Evening Exhibition Tour: Mirage: Energy, Water and Creativity in the Great Basin @ Sun Valley Center for the Arts | Ketchum location
5:30 pm
Enjoy a glass of wine as you tour the exhibition with The Center’s curators. Mirage considers the Great Basin, defined by its closed watershed system, as a uniquely dynamic landscape and source of regenerative power—a place for resource extraction, renewable energy, and creativity. Exhibition on view Jun 12-Aug 23, 2019 Mirage: Energy, Water and Creativity in the Great Basin is sponsored in part by grants from the Robert Lehman Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Various Locations
Jun 27 @ 6:15 pm
Group Mountain Bike Rides @ Various Locations
6:15 pm
Join us every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday for our shop ride at 6:15 We have teamed up with Warfield Brewery an Distillery to bring you après bike ride discounts!
Sun Valley Resort
Jun 27 @ 6:30 pm
Film Screening: Artifishal @ Sun Valley Resort
6:30 pm
Artifishal is a film about the high cost—environmental, financial and cultural—of hatcheries and fish farms, and our mistaken reliance on human-engineered solutions. It explores our loss of faith in nature, and the impact on communities and ecosystems as wild salmon slide toward extinction. Located less than 60 miles from the Valley and beyond Galena Summit, the Salmon River is a designated Wild and Scenic River and one of the most iconic salmon rivers in North America. Sadly, wild steelhead and chinook runs have dwindled over the years, with 2019 fairing no better. By bringing this film to the Valley, the Wood River Land Trust, Steely Zips, and RippleFlix intend to raise awareness about an issue that affects us all. There will be giveaways and raffled prizes donated by sponsors–ticket price includes one free beer from Sockeye Brewing and a free koozie!  
Hotel Ketchum
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Thursday Nights at The Hangout @ Hotel Ketchum
7:00 pm
Your summer just got that much better… Get ready for The Backyard @ The Hangout every Thursday (save the 4th of July). All summer long. Join us for free music, yard games, fire pits and food specials. Bring your friends, bring your family, and bring your pups, because it’s going to be a weekly party that you won’t want to miss. Artist line-up to come!
Various Locations
Jun 28 – Jul 1 all-day
Sun Valley Wellness Festival & Conference @ Various Locations
12:00 am
​For over two decades the renowned Sun Valley Wellness Festival and Conference has inspired thousands of people to live healthier lives, and features some of the world’s foremost wellness speakers. The four-day conference features top wellness experts with more than 30 presentations and workshops addressing diverse aspects of body, mind, spirit, and environmental wellness. The festival also offers movement classes, a Wellness Experience Hall, music, and more.
Redfish Lake Lodge
Jun 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Redfish LIVE @ Redfish Lake Lodge
6:00 pm
There is plenty of evening music at Redfish Lake Lodge in the summer.  Come enjoy an eclectic mix of some of Idaho’s best musicians Sundays from 5-7, Wednesdays from 6-8, and Fridays from 6-8 on the front lawn brought to you by Music from Stanley. Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket and enjoy this free concert series. Please do not bring any outside food and beverage to the free music on the lawn concert series.
Trail Creek Cabin
Jun 28 @ 6:00 pm
The Advocates Black and White Soiree @ Trail Creek Cabin
6:00 pm
Join The Advocates for the Black and White Soiree at Trail Creek, on Friday, June 28th.  Support our vision of a compassionate community, free from emotional abuse by attending this extrodanary event. Call 208-788-1491 for ticket information or purchase on line at at www.theadvocatesorg.org  
Sawtooth Botanical Garden
Jun 28 @ 6:30 pm
"I'm Not Rappaport" @ Sawtooth Botanical Garden
6:30 pm
Nat and Midge deliver a clinic on comedic timing and endearing irascibility in Herb Gardner’s deliciously entertaining play, “I’m Not Rappaport” The play won the Tony for best play in 1985 and a Tony for Judd Hirsch as best actor for his role of the aging Jewish socialist Nat. “Rappaport” played Broadway’s Booth Theater from November 1985 to January 1988 (891 performances) with Hirsch playing opposite Cleavon Little, and later Ossie Davis, as the cantankerous Black friend and begrudging foil. Nat is a gruff and combative oldster so bored with his nondescript life that he decides to make certain “alterations” to his identity, posing as an attorney, a mobster and other personae that help him voice liberal causes. “The proper response to the outrageous is to be outraged,” he storms from his park bench. There is magic in the spontaneity of the disguises and the clever repartee that accompanies them. Granted, Nat’s Socialist leanings are less than convincing in the 21st century, but you could say he’s become an even more lovable iconoclast. After all, anyone still clinging to those convictions truly deserves a prime Central Park bench. Perhaps his seat mate, Midge, puts it best: “You always know what ...
Studio Move
Jun 28 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Friday Night Dance Series - Havana Nights @ Studio Move
6:30 pm
In this class we spend some time loosening our hips & torso to get in to the Latin groove. We will add some basic footwork and isolations while we explore the beat, then put it all together with a few fun, easy Line Dances. No complex choreography, just the sheer joy of moving together to Latin rhythms. (please note, this is not a Salsa class, our focus will be basic Latin footwork and we will dance to the slower rhythmic Latin tunes  like Bailando, Havana, I Need To Know etc.)  This is not a partner dancing class series, so ​NO PARTNER OR DANCE EXPERIENCE NEEDED. All classes are from 6:30 – 7:30pm at Studio Move. Wear comfortable clothing and please arrive 5 – 10 min. to allow time to change your shoes and pay. SAVE YOUR SPOT – PLEASE REGISTER NOW contact Peggy Bates [email protected] or 208 720-3350 We accept check & cash only. all 5 classes for $ 90any 2 classes for $40 any single class $ 25
Blakadaar & Groggy Bikini LIVE at Whiskey Jacques' @ Whiskey Jacques
9:00 pm
We have Blakadaar & Groggy Bikini live at Whiskey Jacques! Doors at 9p.m. $5.00 entry at the door.
River Run Lodge
Jun 29 @ 9:00 am – 11:15 am
Yoga at River Run @ River Run Lodge
9:00 am
Complimentary classes starting at 9:00 am Sunrise Flow with Abby Siebert floowed by a Gentle Flow at 10:00 am with Katherine Pleasants. Please bring your own mat and sunglasses. See you there!
Granger Smith feat. Earl Dibbles, Jr with special guest McKenna Faith @ Sun Valley Pavilion
5:30 pm
RJK Entertainment & The Sun Valley Resort Present Granger Smith Ft. Earl Dibbles Jr. with Special Guest McKenna Faith Saturday June 29th 2019 at Sun Valley Pavilion.Doors at 5:30p.m. McKenna Faith at 6:30p.m. Granger Smith ft. Earl Dibbles Jr at 8:15p.m.Presented by (RJK Entertainment, Sun Valley Resort, Zion’s Bank, Coors Light, Tito’s Handmade Vodka)Stella’s Shelter Fund will receive $1.00 for every ticket sold from RJK Entertainment to help under funded Idaho Animal Shelters. Tito’s Handmade Vodka will match that $1.00 for every ticket sold!! For more info or to donate to Stella’s Shelter Fund go to: https://www.stellasshelterfund.com/Ticketing Info:Purchase https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1845194Event Detail https://sunvalley.ticketfly.com/event/1845194/ VIP @ $105.00 *THIS IS TIER 1 SEATING, VIP PARTY, AND FREE ENTRY TO AFTER PARTY AT WHISKEYS. TIER 1 @ $80.00 TIER 2 @ $65.00 TIER 3 @ $50.00 TIER 4 @ $35.00 *LAWN WILL ONLY OPEN ONCE/IF THE BOWL SEATS ARE SOLD WITHIN A COUPLE WEEKS BEFORE EVENT.
Sawtooth Botanical Garden
Jun 29 @ 6:30 pm
"I'm Not Rappaport" @ Sawtooth Botanical Garden
6:30 pm
Nat and Midge deliver a clinic on comedic timing and endearing irascibility in Herb Gardner’s deliciously entertaining play, “I’m Not Rappaport” The play won the Tony for best play in 1985 and a Tony for Judd Hirsch as best actor for his role of the aging Jewish socialist Nat. “Rappaport” played Broadway’s Booth Theater from November 1985 to January 1988 (891 performances) with Hirsch playing opposite Cleavon Little, and later Ossie Davis, as the cantankerous Black friend and begrudging foil. Nat is a gruff and combative oldster so bored with his nondescript life that he decides to make certain “alterations” to his identity, posing as an attorney, a mobster and other personae that help him voice liberal causes. “The proper response to the outrageous is to be outraged,” he storms from his park bench. There is magic in the spontaneity of the disguises and the clever repartee that accompanies them. Granted, Nat’s Socialist leanings are less than convincing in the 21st century, but you could say he’s become an even more lovable iconoclast. After all, anyone still clinging to those convictions truly deserves a prime Central Park bench. Perhaps his seat mate, Midge, puts it best: “You always know what ...