Sun Valley Tours
Mar 1 – May 29 all-day
Sun Valley History Tours @ Sun Valley Tours
12:00 am
12 passenger van taking individual groups for an hour and half tour. The tour includes pick/drop-off at your location. We have stops at the Sun Valley Lodge and Hemingway’s grave. We also will have at a Baldy view-stop with hot chocolate and local cookies. Custom tours for star gazing and escorted snow shoe tours also available.
Gilman Contemporary
Mar 18 – Apr 26 all-day
Why Photography? A group exhibition @ Gilman Contemporary | Sun Valley | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
“Why Photography?” is an ode to our passion for photography and the wide range of techniques and styles this medium allows. One of the greatest powers of photography is the ability for an image to give the viewer a new perspective on how we see, and experience life. Fine art photography has continued to evolve technically and visually since its inception in the 1830s, and our artists in this exhibition demonstrate the vast scope of this art form. From the iconic fashion imagery of Melvin Sokolsky, and the intimate still-lifes of Jefferson Hayman to Laurie Victor Kay’s large-scale digitally altered landscapes and Charles Kay Jr’s lenticular photographs that let you travel to multiple cities at once, this exhibition explores how photography can transport you to new places. Fine art photography is something we have enjoyed sharing with our patrons since first opening the gallery and our passion for collecting the medium has not diminished. The visual escape this medium provides has only amplified our love and our desire to share it.
Friedman Memorial Airport
Mar 24 @ 8:11 am – Apr 30 @ 12:00 am
SUN Airport Art Committee Seeks Artwork for Six-Month 'SUN Art' Exhibition @ Friedman Memorial Airport | Hailey | Idaho | United States
8:11 am
SUN Airport Art Committee Seeks Artwork for Six-Month SUN Art Exhibition The SUN Airport Art Committee (SAAC) is inviting artists to submit two-dimensional artwork for our next exhibition in the airport’s public spaces. The exhibition will feature 30 or more works of art on display beginning June 9, 2021. An independent jury of representatives of the airport, the Hailey, and Ketchum Arts Commissions, local gallery owners, and arts advocates will select the artwork. The upcoming show will be the tenth SUN Art exhibit installed in the Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN). The project is open to artists residing in Blaine County Idaho as well as all artists who create artwork inspired by Idaho. There is no fee to apply, nor will an honorarium be awarded. The application opens on March 24, 2021, and the deadline to submit an application is April 30, 2021. An Artist Reception to follow: Date TBD For a copy of the call and the artist submission application, visit https://iflysun.com/sun-airport-art-committee/
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Apr 5 @ 5:30 pm – Apr 26 @ 8:30 pm
Boulder Mountain Clayworks Handbuilding @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
5:30 pm
Adult Classes Tuition is $150/ four week classes plus $37 for clay. Classes consist of one 3 hour class per week and an additional 3 hours of studio time per week to work on personal projects.
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Apr 6 @ 9:30 am – Apr 27 @ 12:30 pm
Boulder Mountain Clayworks Throwing @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
9:30 am
Adult Classes Tuition is $150/ four week classes plus $37 for clay. Classes consist of one 3 hour class per week and an additional 3 hours of studio time per week to work on personal projects.
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Apr 7 @ 9:30 am – Apr 28 @ 12:30 pm
Beggining Sculpture at Boulder Mountain Clayworks @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
9:30 am
This class consists of one 3 hour class per week and an additional 3 hours of studio time per week to work on assignments or personal projects. This class will focus on sculpting heads and busts.
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Apr 7 @ 9:30 am – Apr 28 @ 12:30 pm
Boulder Mountain Clayworks Lamp Class @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
9:30 am
Adult Classes Tuition is $150/ four week classes plus $37 for clay. Classes consist of one 3 hour class per week and an additional 3 hours of studio time per week to work on personal projects.
Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Apr 7 @ 3:30 pm – Apr 28 @ 5:30 pm
Children's Clay Daze at Boulder Mountain Clayworks @ Boulder Mountain Clayworks
3:30 pm
Open to 1st through 5th graders. A wonderful way to encourage creative thinking.
Hailey House & Classroom
Apr 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Open Studio: Figure Drawing @ Hailey House & Classroom | Hailey | Idaho | United States
6:00 pm
Drawing directly from the human figure, use this opportunity to hone technical drawing skills in a relaxed environment. A model will hold a variety of poses throughout the 2-hour session. All skill levels are welcome. Bring your own supplies, drawing boards provided. In the interest of community health and safety, SVMoA is adhering to CDC guidelines and the Governor of Idaho’s orders as it invites people back to its museum, classes and programs. Museum visitors and class participants should wear face masks and abide by social distancing recommendations. Anyone who feels ill or lives with someone who is ill should stay at home. Also, SVMoA is limiting the number of Tuition for Open Studio is $10 per session. Advance registration is required. For more information and to reserve a space in the workshop (limited spaces), please visit svmoa.org or call 208.726.9491.
The Community Library Livestream
Apr 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
"Roll Red Roll" Virtual Film Screening @ The Community Library Livestream
6:30 pm
The Advocates’ Teen Interns, the ETCs, in collaboration with The Community Library, are screening the film “Roll Red Roll” via The Community Library’s Livestream. The film tells the story of a sexual assault that took place in 2012 in Steubenville, Ohio, where three football players raped a young high school student. This documentary explores culture change within the community and exposes the denial, peer pressure, Steubenville football culture, and social media influence that play key parts in the tragedy. By focusing on the reality of rape culture, the film aims to reduce the stigma surrounding it. Females ages 16-19 are four times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault. This April, for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, The Advocates hope to empower, educate, and better our communities understanding of consent, sexual assault, and rape culture. Join and watch this impactful exposé about a topic that impacts all of us. Watching this film will bring us one step closer to create a culture of consent that supports survivors of sexual assault and keeps perpetrators accountable.
Sun Valley Museum of Art
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
SVMoA Lecture: “Upcycled Cocktails and Clotheskeeping" with Jeanna Wigger @ Sun Valley Museum of Art | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
6:00 pm
Sun Valley Museum of Art (SVMoA) announces the lecture “Upcycled Cocktails and Clotheskeeping: How and Why to Take Good Care of Your Clothes, an evening talk and gathering led by Jeanna Wigger, a local textile artist and sustainable fashion enthusiast. The lecture will be held Thursday, April 22, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Museum in Ketchum. Space is limited. Did you know that synthetic clothing is one of the top contributors of microplastic pollution in the world? Or that electric dryers use the most energy of all household appliances? Or that the total amount of greenhouse gases produced annually by the textile industry exceeds that of all international flights and shipping combined? Sustainable fashion starts in our own closets, and Jeanna Wigger’s lecture will explain how and why proper care of our clothing will make it last and reduce its environmental impact. Discussion will include the environmental impact of different kinds of textiles; the social issues related to clothing production; how to remove stains and odors from clothing with the least impact on the garment and the environment; and just what, exactly, are acrylic and TENCEL textiles. Jeanna Wigger has been working with and repurposing textiles for over ...
Magic Lantern Cinemas
Apr 25 @ 4:00 pm
SVMoA Film Screening "Oscar Shorts" @ Magic Lantern Cinemas | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
4:00 pm
FILM SCREENING: Oscar Shorts—Live Action Thu, Apr 8, 4pm & 7pm (2 showtimes) Magic Lantern Cinemas, Ketchum4pm Screening: INFO & TICKETS 7pm Screening: INFO & TICKETS VIEW FILM TRAILER $10 member / $12 nonmember For the 6th consecutive year, Sun Valley Museum of Art and the Magic Lantern Cinemas present the Oscar-Nominated Short Film. With all three categories offered—Animated, Live Action and Documentary—this is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)! A perennial hit with audiences around the country and the world, don’t miss this year’s selection of shorts. The Academy Awards take place Sunday, April 25th. (Two of these nominated films, White Eye and The Present, were part of our Manhattan Shorts screenings in fall 2020). Oscar Nominated Live Action Shorts: Feeling Through – Doug Roland and Susan Ruzenski (USA, 19 min.) The Letter Room – Elvira Lind and Sofia Sondervan (USA, 33 min.) The Present – Farah Nabulsi (Palestine, 25 min.) Two Distant Strangers – Travon Free and Martin Desmond Roe (USA, 25 min.) White Eye – Tomer Shushan and Shira Hochman (Israel, 21 min.) Estimated total running time: 125 minutes Live Action Shorts Rating: R, due to adult themes and language. Watch ...
Nuestras Voces: Alice Mondragón Whitney: Mujer Latinoamericana pionera de Idaho @ Virtual | Boise | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
“Siento que todos los días necesitas tocar a alguien, necesitas elevarlo y hacer que esa persona se sienta mejor consigo mismo. Y si no lo has hecho, no has terminado tu día. “– Alice Mondragón Whitney Alice Mondragón Whitney es una rompedora de barreas. En el comienzo de su carrera profesional, le dijeron a Whitney que no podía crear la primera empresa de aviación como mujer en el oeste del Mississippi. Cuando vendió su empresa en 1986, su lista de clientes incluía Forbes, John Deere, la Fuerza Aérea de EE. UU. y más. Fue entonces como Alice demostró que las mujeres Latinoamericanas podían ser propietarias de negocios exitosos. Pero ella no se detuvo ahí. Más tarde se dedicó al sector inmobiliario y ascendió profesionalmente en el banco Zions. Además de su carrera profesional, Whitney también sirve a su comunidad como voluntaria. Ella es miembro de la junta directiva de una variedad de organizaciones, enseña en el Consulado de México y es mentora de niños y adultos al mismo tiempo. Whitney sigue siendo una promotora de cambios y defensora en la comunidad de hoy. Conoce a Alice Mondragón Whitney durante este evento especial Nuestras Voces de 1 hora el 29 de ...
“Tuesday Night Massacre: Four Senate Elections and the Radicalization of the Republican Party” with Marc C. Johnson @ The Community Library Livestream
6:00 pm
The Community Library welcomes Marc C. Johnson, author of the new book, “Tuesday Night Massacre: Four Senate Elections and the Radicalization of the Republican Party.” Johnson will discuss the book and take questions from the virtual audience. Join us on www.livestream.com/comlib for the live program. While political history has plenty to say about the impact of Ronald Reagan’s election to the presidency in 1980, four Senate races that same year have garnered far less attention—despite their similarly profound political effect. Tuesday Night Massacre looks at those races. In examining the defeat in 1980 of Idaho’s Frank Church, South Dakota’s George McGovern, John Culver of Iowa, and Birch Bayh of Indiana, Marc C. Johnson tells the story of the beginnings of the divisive partisanship that has become a constant feature of American politics. Connecting the dots between the Goldwater era of the 1960s and the ascent of Donald Trump, Tuesday Night Massacre charts the radicalization of the Republican Party and the rise of the independent expenditure campaign, with its divisive, negative techniques, a change that has deeply—and perhaps permanently—warped the culture of bipartisanship that once prevailed in American politics. Marc C. Johnson has worked as a broadcast journalist and communication and ...
Sun Valley Pavilion
Apr 30 @ 10:00 am – Jul 31 @ 5:00 pm
"Clay, Silver, Ink: Sun Valley Center at 50" @ Sun Valley Pavilion
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 ...
SVMoA Hailey Classroom
May 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Craft Series Workshop: “Painted Scarves” with Lisa Flowers Ross @ SVMoA Hailey Classroom
10:00 am
Sun Valley Museum of Art (SVMoA) is pleased to present “Painted Scarves” with Lisa Flowers Ross—a single-day workshop on Saturday, May 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at SVMoA’s Hailey Classroom. The Museum’s 2020–2021 Craft Series Workshops are generously supported by Heather Horton and Deida Runswick. In this workshop, participants will create their own hand-painted scarves and leave with a unique, wearable piece of art. Instructor Lisa Flowers Ross will discuss a variety of fabric painting techniques and then guide students in adding color to a blank white scarf. Participants will carve their own stamp designs to add patterns and accents to their scarf. Boise artist Lisa Flowers Ross creates abstract textile art that reduces core elements into basic shapes and organic forms. Her hand-dyed colors and distinct edges create a graphic quality, while added stitching enhances the tactile nature of the fabric. Nature and daily observation are the main sources of inspiration for her work. Flowers Ross’ artwork has been exhibited in solo, group and juried exhibitions nationally and internationally, and are included in private, public and corporate collections. She has created several public artworks, received grants from the Idaho Commission on the Arts and the Alexa Rose Foundation, ...
The Community Library Livestream
May 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
“Stranger Care: A Memoir of Loving What Isn’t Ours” with Sarah Sentilles @ The Community Library Livestream | Sun Valley | Idaho | United States
6:00 pm
Join The Community Library for a virtual conversation with Hailey-based author, Sarah Sentilles, about her new book, “Stranger Care: A Memoir of Loving What Isn’t Ours,” the moving story of what one woman learned from fostering a newborn—about injustice, about making mistakes, about how to better love and protect people beyond our immediate kin. The book releases May 4, 2021, from Random House. Sentilles will share readings from the new book during this conversation with the Library’s executive director, Jenny Emery Davidson. Watch at www.livestream.com/comlib Sarah Sentilles is a writer, teacher, critical theorist, scholar of religion, and author of many books, including Draw Your Weapons, which won the 2018 PEN Award for Creative Nonfiction. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Oprah Magazine, Ms., Religion Dispatches, Oregon ArtsWatch, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, among other publications. She’s had residencies at Hedgebrook and Yaddo. She earned a bachelor’s degree at Yale and master’s and doctoral degrees at Harvard. She is the co-founder of the Alliance of Idaho, which works to protect the basic human rights of immigrants by engaging in education, outreach, and advocacy at local, state, and national levels.
History Happy Hour: Capitol of Light Turns 100 Watch Party and Panel Discussion @ Virtual Event | Boise | Idaho | United States
6:00 pm
Capitol of Light Turns 100 celebrates a century of Idaho’s statehouse as a symbol of democracy and freedom. This program explores its history from design and construction through its most recent renovation and expansion. With archived materials, photographs, re-enactments and interviews, we tell the story of this grand building and its original architects John E. Tourtellotte and Charles Hummel. After getting a sneak preview of this new Idaho Experience episode, join the panel discussion with Outreach Historian at the State Historic Preservation Office, Dan Everhart, Executive Vice President at CSHQA, John Maulin, Principal Architect at Hummel Architects, Ed Daniels, co-creator of “Outdoor Idaho” and former Idaho Centennial history series producer/scriptwriter, Royce Williams, and moderator Alison Espindola, Events and Rentals Coordinator at the Idaho State Museum. Explore what it took to bring this program together, why it is important to tell the history of the people’s house, the Capitol building, and how the community worked together to deliver a restoration that expanded the building while maintaining the character of this Idaho treasure. You can participate in the conversation through the audience Q&A by emailing questions to [email protected] or submitting them live during the event in the chat bar. Register early for ...
The Community Library
May 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
“Brood” with Jackie Polzin @ The Community Library
6:00 pm
Join us for a conversation with Jackie Polzin, author of the new novel, “Brood.” Polzin is being hailed as an exquisite new literary voice–wryly funny, nakedly honest, beautifully observational, in the vein of Jenny Offill and Elizabeth Strout. Over the course of a single year, our nameless narrator heroically tries to keep her small brood of four chickens alive despite the seemingly endless challenges that caring for another creature entails. From the forty-below nights of a brutal Minnesota winter to a sweltering summer which brings a surprise tornado, she battles predators, bad luck, and the uncertainty of a future that may not look anything like the one she always imagined. Intimate and startlingly original, this slender novel is filled with wisdom, sorrow and joy. A stunning and brilliantly insightful meditation on life and longing. Polzin will be in conversation with Martha Williams, the Library’s programs and education manager. Jackie Polzin lives in St. Paul, Minnesota with her husband and children. She is a graduate of the Boise State MFA program. Brood is her first novel.
River Run Lodge
Jun 8 @ 2:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Ketchum Farmers' Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
2021 details to come! The Wood River Farmers Markets offer seasonally available and locally grown fruits and vegetables, organic and grass-fed meats, artisan pies, and other baked goods, honey, specialty products including jams and fermented foods, plant starts for your garden, jewelry, crafts, fresh-cut flowers, and much more! WALK-IN MARKET: 2 – 4:45 PM Walk from booth to booth to shop for your favorite items. The live market will be open to walk-in customers from 2 to 4:45 pm with COVID-19 safety modifications in place. ONLINE ORDER PICK-UP: 5 – 6 PM New for 2020!  We’re excited to introduce new online ordering and drive-thru pick-up for your safety and convenience. Go to Wrfarmersmarket.org to pre-order and pay online between Friday at 8 am and Sunday at noon. Come to the lower River Run parking lot on Tuesday between 5 and 6 pm to pick up your order. You’ll be given a designated pick-up time based on your last name. COVID-19 SAFETY The health and safety of our customers, vendors, and staff are our top priority. Please wear a mask, adhere to physical distancing recommendations, use our hand sanitizer stations before and after shopping, and stay home if you are experiencing ...
Roberta McKercher Park
Jun 12 @ 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!  
River Run Lodge
Jun 15 @ 2:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Ketchum Farmers' Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
2021 details to come! The Wood River Farmers Markets offer seasonally available and locally grown fruits and vegetables, organic and grass-fed meats, artisan pies, and other baked goods, honey, specialty products including jams and fermented foods, plant starts for your garden, jewelry, crafts, fresh-cut flowers, and much more! WALK-IN MARKET: 2 – 4:45 PM Walk from booth to booth to shop for your favorite items. The live market will be open to walk-in customers from 2 to 4:45 pm with COVID-19 safety modifications in place. ONLINE ORDER PICK-UP: 5 – 6 PM New for 2020!  We’re excited to introduce new online ordering and drive-thru pick-up for your safety and convenience. Go to Wrfarmersmarket.org to pre-order and pay online between Friday at 8 am and Sunday at noon. Come to the lower River Run parking lot on Tuesday between 5 and 6 pm to pick up your order. You’ll be given a designated pick-up time based on your last name. COVID-19 SAFETY The health and safety of our customers, vendors, and staff are our top priority. Please wear a mask, adhere to physical distancing recommendations, use our hand sanitizer stations before and after shopping, and stay home if you are experiencing ...
Roberta McKercher Park
Jun 17 @ 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!  
Roberta McKercher Park
Jun 19 @ 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!  
River Run Lodge
Jun 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Ketchum Farmers' Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
2021 details to come! The Wood River Farmers Markets offer seasonally available and locally grown fruits and vegetables, organic and grass-fed meats, artisan pies, and other baked goods, honey, specialty products including jams and fermented foods, plant starts for your garden, jewelry, crafts, fresh-cut flowers, and much more! WALK-IN MARKET: 2 – 4:45 PM Walk from booth to booth to shop for your favorite items. The live market will be open to walk-in customers from 2 to 4:45 pm with COVID-19 safety modifications in place. ONLINE ORDER PICK-UP: 5 – 6 PM New for 2020!  We’re excited to introduce new online ordering and drive-thru pick-up for your safety and convenience. Go to Wrfarmersmarket.org to pre-order and pay online between Friday at 8 am and Sunday at noon. Come to the lower River Run parking lot on Tuesday between 5 and 6 pm to pick up your order. You’ll be given a designated pick-up time based on your last name. COVID-19 SAFETY The health and safety of our customers, vendors, and staff are our top priority. Please wear a mask, adhere to physical distancing recommendations, use our hand sanitizer stations before and after shopping, and stay home if you are experiencing ...
Roberta McKercher Park
Jun 24 @ 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!  
Various Locations
Jun 25 – Jun 28 all-day
Sun Valley Wellness Festival & Conference @ Various Locations
12:00 am
SVWFC 2021 will take place on 25 – 28 June. While these 2021 dates are confirmed, health and safety factors in the upcoming months will determine if the physical component is appropriate.  We are optimistic toward both a physical and virtual program and are excited to have the event take place, as we had planned in 2020, in downtown Ketchum at the Argyros Performing Art Center, the Limelight Hotel, and the Forest Service Park. Announcing 2021 Featured Speaker: James Nestor Breath: The New Science of A Lost Art A New York Times Bestseller A Washington Post Notable Nonfiction Book of 2020 A Goodreads Award Finalist for Best Science & Technology Book of the Year Humans typically take about 25,000 breaths per day — often without a second thought. But the COVID-19 pandemic has put a new spotlight on respiratory illnesses and the breaths we so often take for granted. In Breath, author and journalist James Nestor lays out his ten-year personal investigation of breathing in a spellbinding, comedic, and riveting fashion.
Roberta McKercher Park
Jun 26 @ 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!  
River Run Lodge
Jun 29 @ 2:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Ketchum Farmers' Market @ River Run Lodge
2:00 pm
2021 details to come! The Wood River Farmers Markets offer seasonally available and locally grown fruits and vegetables, organic and grass-fed meats, artisan pies, and other baked goods, honey, specialty products including jams and fermented foods, plant starts for your garden, jewelry, crafts, fresh-cut flowers, and much more! WALK-IN MARKET: 2 – 4:45 PM Walk from booth to booth to shop for your favorite items. The live market will be open to walk-in customers from 2 to 4:45 pm with COVID-19 safety modifications in place. ONLINE ORDER PICK-UP: 5 – 6 PM New for 2020!  We’re excited to introduce new online ordering and drive-thru pick-up for your safety and convenience. Go to Wrfarmersmarket.org to pre-order and pay online between Friday at 8 am and Sunday at noon. Come to the lower River Run parking lot on Tuesday between 5 and 6 pm to pick up your order. You’ll be given a designated pick-up time based on your last name. COVID-19 SAFETY The health and safety of our customers, vendors, and staff are our top priority. Please wear a mask, adhere to physical distancing recommendations, use our hand sanitizer stations before and after shopping, and stay home if you are experiencing ...

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