Sun Valley Museum of Art
Jul 1 @ 10:00 am – Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm
"Clay, Silver, Ink: Sun Valley Center at 50" @ Sun Valley Museum of Art | Sun Valley | Idaho | United States
10:00 am
Sun Valley Museum of Art (SVMoA) invites the community to participate in its new visual arts exhibition, “Clay, Silver, Ink: Sun Valley Center at 50,” opening Friday, April 30. “Clay, Silver, Ink” celebrates the 50th anniversary of Sun Valley Museum of Art (formerly Sun Valley Center for the Arts) and 50 years of creativity, community and connection. The exhibition is guest-curated by artists Jim Romberg, Sun Valley Center for the Arts’ Director of Ceramics from 1973 to 1986, and Peter de Lory, who began teaching in 1974 and was Director of Photography from 1976 to 1979 and during the summers of 1982 and 1983. “It’s remarkable to see this history compiled,” said SVMoA Artistic Director Kristin Poole. “The exhibition offers an opportunity to reflect on the role our organization played in launching the careers of dozens of artists and to trace the history of the organization itself, from a teaching institution to an accredited museum.” “Clay, Silver, Ink” will be on view at The Museum in Ketchum through July 31, 2020. Admission to The Museum is always free, and the public is invited to visit the exhibition during The Museum’s open hours, Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., and on Saturdays in ...
Gilman Contemporary
Jul 15 – Aug 19 all-day
Look Closer ~ Greg Miller Exhibition at Gilman Contemporary @ Gilman Contemporary | Sun Valley | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
As a child growing up in California of the 50s and 60s, Greg Miller’s visual memory was formed by the billboards, advertisements, and pulp fiction covers that saturated popular culture. In his mixed media paintings, Miller draws on the graphics and context of the landscape of his youth to create contemporary works of Americana. Through layers of paint, paper, and fragmented images, Miller creates work that excavates and expands upon popular culture. Considered a “neo-pop” painter, Miller’s work builds upon the often iconic nature of past advertisements and ephemera. Gilman Contemporary Monday-Friday 10-5 Saturday 11-5
Sun Valley Pavilion
Jul 26 – Aug 19 all-day
Sun Valley Music Festival Returns to In-Person Concerts @ Sun Valley Pavilion
12:00 am
The Sun Valley Music Festival announces repertoire details and the concert schedule for its return to in-person concerts July 26-August 19, 2021 at the Sun Valley Pavilion. The 37th annual Summer Season will feature 14 admission-free concerts alongside the fundraising Gala Concert and multiple outreach and education events, all presented safely in a beautiful, outdoor setting. Programming highlights this year include the world premiere of a Festival commission – Jessie Montgomery’s Five Freedom Songs with soprano Julia Bullock; Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with superstar Joshua Bell for the fundraising Gala Concert; a celebratory concert honoring frontline heroes; Rachmaninoff’s renowned second piano concerto with Joyce Yang; Schumann’s Cello Concerto with Alisa Weilerstein; Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3 with Vadim Gluzman; Mahler’s Fourth Symphony, and a season finale featuring Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony. All summer performances, including chamber concerts and recitals, will take place at the Sun Valley Pavilion and can be enjoyed outdoors, from within the open-air Pavilion or from the lawn. Concerts begin at 6:30 PM Mountain Time. Complete concert details can be found at svmusicfestival.org/events. Concert schedules and repertoire are subject to change. Seating and attendance protocols will be determined closer to the start of the Summer Season, based on health ...
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Jul 26 @ 1:30 pm – Jul 30 @ 4:00 pm
Teen Throwing Summer Camp @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
1:30 pm
Teens, ages middle school and older, will learn the basics of pottery throwing while making mugs, ice cream bowls and all things round. The potters with more experience will design their own projects and try a set of mugs, bowls, etc. July 26th-30th All classes 1:30-4:00, glaze day Aug 6th 9:30. Tuition $165
Sawtooth Botanical Garden
Jul 28 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Women's Water Circle @ Sawtooth Botanical Garden
5:30 pm
In this half-day workshop, Dr. Wendy Pabich will draw on thirty years of deep relationship with water to invite you to turn to the water as a teacher. In the way water carves her unique path— influenced, but not controlled, by her surroundings—we, too, can honor our spirits by singing those songs that are uniquely ours.      
Sun Valley Writers' Conference Summer Speaker Series Patrick Radden Keefe @ Forest Service Park | Sun Valley | Idaho | United States
7:00 pm
PATRICK RADDEN KEEFE Wednesday, July 28 Author of Say Nothing and Empire of Pain This event is full, but you may join the waiting list for free registration at https://www.comlib.org/event/sss-keefe or watch via livestream during or after the event.
Community Campus - Footlight Dance Studio
Jul 29 – Jul 31 all-day
Dance Tapestry @ Community Campus - Footlight Dance Studio | Hailey | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
A three day dance intensive for the serious dancer with guest artists from Ballet Idaho, Boise and other Idaho companies/schools. Classes for Juniors (entering 5-6th grade in the fall), Intermediate level (12-16 yrs.) and Advanced level (15 yrs. and older) students. Dancers take classes all day in ballet, conditioning, hip hop and modern. See the flyer under “classes & forms” in spring 2021 to download the registration form and mail in payment to: Footlight Dance Centre, P.O. Box 3593, Ketchum, Idaho 83340 More information: Hilarie Neely, Director [email protected]
Hailey Public Library via Zoom
Jul 29 @ 5:30 pm
A Day in the Life of the Wood River Wolf Project @ Hailey Public Library via Zoom
5:30 pm
The Hailey Public Library will host “A Day in the Life of the Wood River Wolf Project,” a virtual talk by field manager Logan Miller and assistant Nate Redon on Thursday, July 29 at 5:30 pm. They will share new techniques and challenges as WRWP works collaboratively to minimize conflicts between livestock and wolves. RSVP to [email protected]
Sawtooth Brewery Summer Music Series Presents "Liver Down The River" @ Hop Porter Park | Hailey | Idaho | United States
7:00 pm
Come join us for some live music, tasty pub food from the Outpost, and delicious craft beer! Come early to grab food and a spot! Bring your lawn chairs, family & dog! No outside food or drink please. Shows are FREE & start at 7:00 pm at Hope Porter Park, 312 Bullion St, Hailey, ID 83333.  
Field Daze, REINHEIMER RANCH East
Jul 30 – Jul 31 all-day
Field Daze Event Series presents Comedy, Cocktails & Classics @ Field Daze, REINHEIMER RANCH East | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
7:00 pm
An Evening featuring Los Angeles based stand up comedian Ally Weinhold, Valley & Broadway performers, The Beverly Lovers, Footlight Dance Centre and more… Friday & Saturday | July 30th & 31st | 7:00pm at the Reinheimer Ranch * Gates open at 6pm so that you can enjoy your picnic! * Warfield Distillery & Brewery food and beverage available for purchase. Bring low back lawn chairs, blankets, picnics, and warm layers for later!
14th Annual Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series @ Stanley Museum
5:00 pm
14th Annual Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series Begins STANLEY, IDAHO—The Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical Association [SIHA] is pleased to announce the start of its popular Sawtooth Forum & Lecture Series, an outdoor, weekly program. It is free to the public thanks to primary series sponsors: Redfish Lake Lodge and the MacNichol Family in honor of Roland MacNichol. Presentations begin Friday, July 9, and continue each Friday through August 27, at 5 p.m. at the Stanley Museum, less than one mile north of Stanley on Highway 75. “We have another great line-up for our 2021 ‘Mountain Chronicles’ series this summer, including programs on the impact of climate change to our region, hummingbirds, a forum with local women guides, and, one I’m particularly looking forward to, pikas,” said Executive Director, Lin Gray. “The programs are outside and we will continue to have options for physical distancing for guests.” The 2021 Sawtooth Forum & Lecture Series: Mountain Chronicles July 9 – August 27, every Friday, 5pm, Stanley Museum July 9 — fluvial geomorphologist, Dr. Jaime Goode, discusses her work throughout the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, “Fires, Floods, and Fish: Climate Change in the Middle Fork.” July 16 — retired USFS mining ...
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Jul 31 – Aug 1 all-day
Guest Artist Workshop- Carol Gouthro @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
12:00 am
Exuberant Clay : Form and Surface In this 2 day workshop participants will explore the various handbuilding and surface design techniques that Carol uses to achieve her unusual complex forms and rich, colorful surfaces . 1.Handbuilding techniques covered will include building complex forms with multiple wooden drop molds, creating texture slabs, and building with tar paper. Carol will bring drop molds for participants to use 2. Exploring multiple surface design techniques to create richness and depth in the work. These will include: layering colors and patterns with underglazes, transferring drawings, carving and inlay, wax and shellac resist, accentuating surface texture with stains, and using slips to transfer pattern and texture. Tuition: Non-member $300/ Member $270
Sawtooth Botanical Garden
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Alkeme Yoga at Sawtooth Botanical Garden @ Sawtooth Botanical Garden
9:00 am
Immerse into a soundscape journey through the five elements Erath, Water, Fire, Air, and Spirit. Designed for all levels and every body, this moving meditation harmonizes the body, mind and soul.
Roberta McKercher Park
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Hailey Farmers Market @ Roberta McKercher Park
9:00 am
Saturdays, 9 am-1pm Roberta McKercher Park,  South Main Street between 3rd & 4th Avenue, Hailey, Idaho Come shop for fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, pastured meats, artisan baked goods, handmade jewelry and crafts, and much more at the Hailey farmers market in its new location in Roberta McKercher Park!
Wood River Community YMCA
Jul 31 @ 5:30 pm
Y Classic @ Wood River Community YMCA
5:30 pm
Join us for the Y Classic fundraiser under the test at the Wood River Community YMCA – A fun night of drinks, dinner and entertainment, all in support of a great cause! For more information, please contact Mike Wolter, Development Director at the Wood River Community YMCA. 208-928-6702 | [email protected]
River Run Lodge
Aug 3 @ 2:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Ketchum Farmers Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
Great news: You now have two ways to get your farmers market fix! #1 Shop and pay via our ONLINE MARKET and pick up your order during our River Run walk thru market from 2:00 pm-5:15 pm or during our drive-thru market from 5:30 pm-6:00 pm. Drive thru is for pre order pick up only. No products will be sold at that time. #2  Come and shop at the live walk thru market 2:00 pm-5:15 pm – modified for COVID-19 safety. SUPPORT LOCAL Remember: Fewer hands touch your food when you shop at the farmers market. Our independent food and craft vendors are very grateful for your support during this challenging time.
WORKSHOP: “Capturing Your Best iPhone Photos” with Stacie Brew @ Hailey Classroom
6:00 pm
Sun Valley Museum of Art (SVMoA) is pleased to present “Capturing Your Best iPhone Photos,” a two-session Craft Series Workshop with photography enthusiast Stacie Brew. The workshop will be held on two successive Tuesday evenings, July 27 and Aug. 3, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in SVMoA’s Hailey Classroom. The workshop is part of SVMoA’s current exhibition, “Clay, Silver, Ink: Sun Valley Center at 50.” The Museum’s 2020–2021 Craft Series Workshops are generously supported by Heather Horton and Deida Runswick. Photography is often referred to as painting with light. Like practitioners of any artistic discipline, photographers should be adept at using all the tools in their artistic toolboxes, always ready to capture light artistically. Local photographer Stacie Brew will walk workshop participants through the basics of how to take great photos with an iPhone. Stacie will share her favorite apps for color correction, cropping and other image adjustments and will show students how to share their images on social media. Students should bring an iPhone with an up-to-date operating system and functioning camera. The workshop is designed for students 16 and older, and beginners are welcome. Please note: this class is for iPhone and Apple devices only. “Stacie has wonderful ...
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Aug 4 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Family Clay Afternoons- Garden Ornaments @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
1:30 pm
Families enjoy creating together. Fun for all ages. Tuition $45 for 1 adult and 1 child, $10 for each addition person in your party. 1:30-3:00
Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park
Aug 5 – Aug 8 all-day
Sawtooth Valley Gathering @ Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park | Stanley | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
#SVG6 will feature 20+ live performances from national, regional, and local acts at Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park on August 6-7, 2021. Live music will also be produced August 5 -8 at Mountain Village Resort’s – Velvet Falls Dance Hall. Onsite and off-site camping will be offered beginning Thursday, August 5 and available until Monday, August 9. Beverage, food, arts, and craft vendors, workshops, and much more will all be offered in addition to the scheduled musical performances. For more information, please visit: http://www.sawtoothvalleygathering.com/site/ SEE YOU IN THE SAWTOOTHS! #seeyouinthesawtooths #svg6
14th Annual Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series @ Stanley Museum
5:00 pm
14th Annual Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series Begins STANLEY, IDAHO—The Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical Association [SIHA] is pleased to announce the start of its popular Sawtooth Forum & Lecture Series, an outdoor, weekly program. It is free to the public thanks to primary series sponsors: Redfish Lake Lodge and the MacNichol Family in honor of Roland MacNichol. Presentations begin Friday, July 9, and continue each Friday through August 27, at 5 p.m. at the Stanley Museum, less than one mile north of Stanley on Highway 75. “We have another great line-up for our 2021 ‘Mountain Chronicles’ series this summer, including programs on the impact of climate change to our region, hummingbirds, a forum with local women guides, and, one I’m particularly looking forward to, pikas,” said Executive Director, Lin Gray. “The programs are outside and we will continue to have options for physical distancing for guests.” The 2021 Sawtooth Forum & Lecture Series: Mountain Chronicles July 9 – August 27, every Friday, 5pm, Stanley Museum July 9 — fluvial geomorphologist, Dr. Jaime Goode, discusses her work throughout the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, “Fires, Floods, and Fish: Climate Change in the Middle Fork.” July 16 — retired USFS mining ...
Various Locations
Aug 6 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
5:00 pm
The Sun Valley Gallery Association (SVGA) is delighted to announce the resumption of Gallery Walks during summer 2021. Visitors may enjoy the exhibitions and refreshments at SVGA’s eight member galleries on Friday, August 6, and Friday, September 3, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. In accordance with CDC and City of Ketchum recommendations, SVGA member galleries welcome all fully vaccinated visitors to enjoy Gallery Walks without face masks, while asking those who are not yet vaccinated to wear face masks at all times within the galleries. Both the CDC and the City of Ketchum continue to recommend 6 feet of distance between visitor groups. Individual galleries may limit the number of visitors inside their spaces in order to protect the health and safety of gallery staff and visitors. Sun Valley Gallery Association member galleries include Broschofsky Galleries, Frederic Boloix Fine Arts, Friesen Gallery, Gail Severn Gallery, Gilman Contemporary, Kneeland Gallery, MESH Gallery, and Sun Valley Museum of Art. In addition to the August 6 and September 3 Gallery Walks, several SVGA member galleries plan to hold exhibition openings on Friday, July 2, including Friesen Gallery, Gail Severn Gallery and Kneeland Gallery, all located on First Avenue. Gilman Contemporary will hold ...
Roberta McKercher Park
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Hailey Farmers Market @ Roberta McKercher Park
9:00 am
Saturdays, 9 am-1pm Roberta McKercher Park,  South Main Street between 3rd & 4th Avenue, Hailey, Idaho Come shop for fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, pastured meats, artisan baked goods, handmade jewelry and crafts, and much more at the Hailey farmers market in its new location in Roberta McKercher Park!
Field Daze, REINHEIMER RANCH East
Aug 7 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Children's Faire @ Field Daze, REINHEIMER RANCH East | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
12:00 pm
A fun-filled afternoon, for children and adults of all ages, with live entertainment, food trucks, mini farmer’s market, fiddlers, face painting, hula hooping, lassoing & so much more!!
Sun Valley Outdoor Ice Rink
Aug 7 @ 9:00 pm
Sun Valley on Ice featuring featuring Ryan Bradley @ Sun Valley Outdoor Ice Rink | Sun Valley | Idaho | United States
9:00 pm
Sun Valley Resort is excited to announce the return of Sun Valley on Ice. Ryan Bradley joins the cast of Sun Valley on Ice for this performance. About this event All tickets are sold are for show viewing only (no buffet dinner). The August 7th show begins at approximately 9:00pm. Dress appropriately as it gets cool once the sun sets. No outside food or beverage allowed. A bar will be available to purchase beverages. Seating is sold in pods for 2, 4, 6 or 8 people for distancing. Select the appropriate sized pod and then purchase one pod. For example, if you want a 2 person pod, select that size and then purchase one pod. If you need a pod for 5 people, you will need to purchase a 6 pod. Tables on the Terrace (no buffet dinner) are sold as a whole. All sales are final. For assistance please call the Guest Center at 208.622.2135. Masks are not required however are strongly recommended if a person is not vaccinated. One lap baby, age 2 and under, is allowed in a pod in addition to the pod size. Please do not attend if you feel ill or if you are experiencing ...
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Aug 9 @ 1:30 pm – Aug 13 @ 4:00 pm
Teen Throwing Summer Camp @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
1:30 pm
Teens, ages middle school and older, will learn the basics of pottery throwing while making mugs, ice cream bowls and all things round. The potters with more experience will design their own projects and try a set of mugs, bowls, etc. Aug 9th-13th all classes 1:30-4:00, glaze day Aug 20th 9:30. Tuition $165
River Run Lodge
Aug 10 @ 2:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Ketchum Farmers Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
Great news: You now have two ways to get your farmers market fix! #1 Shop and pay via our ONLINE MARKET and pick up your order during our River Run walk thru market from 2:00 pm-5:15 pm or during our drive-thru market from 5:30 pm-6:00 pm. Drive thru is for pre order pick up only. No products will be sold at that time. #2  Come and shop at the live walk thru market 2:00 pm-5:15 pm – modified for COVID-19 safety. SUPPORT LOCAL Remember: Fewer hands touch your food when you shop at the farmers market. Our independent food and craft vendors are very grateful for your support during this challenging time.
Writer-In-Residence Jared Farmer and “How (Not) to Write a Book about Trees and Climate Change” @ The Community Library
7:00 pm
The Community Library’s Hemingway Writer-In-Residence, Jared Farmer, will discuss the book project he is working on while in residency–“Survival of the Oldest: Ancient Trees in Modern Times”–his project’s local connection to the Wood River Valley, and about the craft and process of nonfiction writing. Join us outside on the Library’s Donaldson Robb Family Green, and bring your low-back chairs and blankets. Jared Farmer is the Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania. His temporal expertise is the long nineteenth century; his regional expertise is the North American West. His recent work has turned to global environmental history across the modern period. Originally from Provo, Utah, Farmer earned his degrees from Utah State University, the University of Montana, and Stanford. His book On Zion’s Mount: Mormons, Indians, and the American Landscape (Harvard, 2008) won the Francis Parkman Prize from the Society of American Historians for the best-written non-fiction book on an American theme, a literary award that honors the “union of the historian and the artist.” His subsequent book, Trees in Paradise: A California History (Norton, 2013), won the Ray Allen Billington Prize from the Organization of American Historians for the best book on the history of Native and/or settler peoples in ...
Atkinson Park
Aug 13 – Aug 15 all-day
Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Festival @ Atkinson Park
12:00 am
This summer we celebrate the 54th edition of the Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Festival. Join us in beautiful Atkinson Park in downtown Ketchum as we welcome 130 professional artists and craftspeople to the Wood River Valley. This festival is a juried, outdoor, fine arts and crafts show that is completely free and open to the public. This event typically has food trucks, artist demonstrations, music and a kids’ activity area. The rigourous jury process used to select artists and craftspeople to exhibit their work ensures the residents and visitors to the show will see truly exceptional work in all different categories. According to the Greg Lawler’s Art Fair SourceBook, the Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Festival in 2018 ranked #4 in the country for Fine Crafts sales and #20 in the country for Fine Arts sales. Plan your visit to Ketchum, Sun Valley, Hailey and the Wood River Valley to coincide with the Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Fesitval to see for yourself what makes this such a special event!  
14th Annual Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series @ Stanley Museum
5:00 pm
14th Annual Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series Begins STANLEY, IDAHO—The Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical Association [SIHA] is pleased to announce the start of its popular Sawtooth Forum & Lecture Series, an outdoor, weekly program. It is free to the public thanks to primary series sponsors: Redfish Lake Lodge and the MacNichol Family in honor of Roland MacNichol. Presentations begin Friday, July 9, and continue each Friday through August 27, at 5 p.m. at the Stanley Museum, less than one mile north of Stanley on Highway 75. “We have another great line-up for our 2021 ‘Mountain Chronicles’ series this summer, including programs on the impact of climate change to our region, hummingbirds, a forum with local women guides, and, one I’m particularly looking forward to, pikas,” said Executive Director, Lin Gray. “The programs are outside and we will continue to have options for physical distancing for guests.” The 2021 Sawtooth Forum & Lecture Series: Mountain Chronicles July 9 – August 27, every Friday, 5pm, Stanley Museum July 9 — fluvial geomorphologist, Dr. Jaime Goode, discusses her work throughout the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, “Fires, Floods, and Fish: Climate Change in the Middle Fork.” July 16 — retired USFS mining ...
Field Daze, REINHEIMER RANCH East
Aug 13 @ 7:00 pm – Aug 14 @ 9:00 pm
The Pippa Middletons - A Night of IMPROV COMEDY @ Field Daze, REINHEIMER RANCH East | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
7:00 pm
Since 2015 The Pippa Middletons have been performing improv in theaters across Los Angeles, including COMEDY CENTRAL STAGE, THE GROUNDLINGS, THE CLUBHOUSE, and most recently in a monthly show at THE YARD. The Pippas have also played in festivals including, LA’s Funny Women Fest, NYC Improv Fest, and NYC’s She Makes Me Laugh Femme Fest. Fun Fact: None of the Pippas are actually related to the British Monarchy! Jasmine Elist is an alum of The Groundlings Theatre Sunday Company, and a member of the all-female improv troupe, The Pippa Middletons. She is the co-creator of the digital series “HIATUS,” an ITVFest Comedy Series Selection, and her sketches have been featured on Funny or Die, WhoHaha, and screened at the LA, Portland and Chicago Comedy Film Festival. Jasmine has appeared on FRESH OFF THE BOAT, MR. CORMAN, and YOU CAN DO BETTER. Most recently, she wrote an episode for Netflix’s podcast Because I Watched. Jasmine is also learning how to embroider and she’s finally getting okay! Caitlyn Knisely is a Los Angeles based actress and comedian. After receiving her BFA in acting from Michigan State University, she relocated to sunny California where she studied at The Groundlings comedy school and fell ...

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