The Community Library Regional History Museum
Aug 28 – Oct 26 all-day
In Good Faith: The Unratified 1868 Virginia City Treaty @ The Community Library Regional History Museum | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
This exhibit tells the story of the 1868 Virginia City Treaty between the United States Government and the Shoshone Tribe, which was never ratified by the government. The exhibit tells this story through text panels, moving photographs, paintings, film, and through contemporary Shoshone artisan work and craft objects. An opening reception for the exhibition will be held at the Regional History Museum on Friday, August 30th from 4:00-5:30 p.m. in conjunction with the Wagon Days’ celebration. The reception is free and open to the public.
Community School
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm – Sep 22 @ 7:00 pm
Fiddler on the Roof @ Community School
7:00 pm
Winner of nine Tony Awards when it debuted in 1964, Fiddler on the Roof is the brainchild of Broadway legends, Jerome Robbins and Harold Prince; songwriters, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick; and bookwriter, Joseph Stein. Touching audiences worldwide with its humor, warmth and honesty, this universal show is a staple of the musical theatre canon. Set in the little village of Anatevka, the story centers on Tevye, a poor milkman, and his five daughters. With the help of a colorful and tight-knit Jewish community, Tevye tries to protect his daughters and instill them with traditional values in the face of changing social mores and the growing anti-Semitism of Czarist Russia. Rich in historical and ethnic detail, Fiddler on the Roof’s universal theme of tradition cuts across barriers of race, class, nationality and religion, leaving audiences crying tears of laughter, joy and sadness. TICKETS: $15 for Under 18/$25 for Adults Purchase Tickets at www.stthomassunvalley.org or 208-726-5349
Idaho BaseCamp
Sep 20 – Sep 22 all-day
Feastival @ Idaho BaseCamp | Mackay | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
  IDAHO BASECAMP PRESENTS: 11th Annual Feastival | September 20-22 Family Friendly Food and Music Event to raise funds for IDAHO BASECAMP 501c3 Feastival is dedicated to: -Building Community -Creative Expression -Education -Celebrating the Harvest -Developing a sustainable relationship with nature Feastival is a time to come together as a community and share in the abundance of life. -Live Music -Yoga -Workshops -Fishing -Camping -Bonfires -Two sit down dinners with friends, old and new… www.feastival.org
Ketchum Town Square
Sep 20 – Sep 21 all-day
Oktoberfest! @ Ketchum Town Square
12:00 am
njoy our 500 square foot Beer Garden with 7 German Beers by Sawtooth Brewery on tap. $5 pints, $8 Liters all weekend! We will have Pints, SiliPints, .5L Glass Boots, 25 oz., and 1L Glassware available. Any Sawtooth glass is your ticket to the festival! On tap this year Oktoberfest! Cold Springs Pilsner Rebecca’s Private Idaho Queen’s Kolsch Raft On, Wit! Pettite Gose SVG Helles Lager Standhope Dopplebock Hard Cider Buck Snort Root Beer White, Rose, and Red Wine available The Outpost, by Sawtooth Brewery, will be serving food all weekend!  Come hungry! Beer Garden Games Hammerschlagen Corn Hole Giant Jenga Beer Pong Photo Booth Beer Marionette Ring Toss Stein Hoisting Competitions- Last Stein up wins a beer! On the hour, every hour! FRIDAY  |  4pm-9pm Tapping of the Firkin by Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw at 4pm 5pm- Live music from Spike Coggins SATURDAY  |  11am-9pm Finish line for the YMCA Sun Valley Half Marathon 3pm- Beer Olympics 1pm- Mark Mueller Band 3pm- Shop Dog 5:30pm- Pony Up! For the Kids on Saturday! Face Painting Photo Booth Kobe Beef Hot Dogs Beer Garden Games Beer Olympics will start at 3pm! Find your team of 4 and register at the Tap ...
River Run Lodge
Sep 24 @ 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.
Liberty Theatre
Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
6:00 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
Argyros Performing Arts Center
Sep 24 @ 7:30 pm
Tomáš Kubínek—Miracle Man @ Argyros Performing Arts Center
7:30 pm
The one and only Dr. Professor Kubínek is a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, and all-around charmer who gives audiences an utterly joyous experience they’ll remember for a lifetime. His internationally acclaimed solo performances play to packed theaters, opera houses and international festivals of theatre and humor around the world. He is a darling of the Fringe circuit and after a sold-out run on Broadway, The New York Times lauded his work as “Absolutely expert!” His latest creation; Tomáš Kubínek—Miracle Man, is a rip-roaring revival of strong-man stunts, couples-counseling, snake-healings, and mass-hypnosis that leaves audiences dazed, beaming and in love with life once again. This performance is best for (and was created for) an adult audience. “Masterfully played comedy…That secret mixture of daring, talent, and utter foolishness” —Santa Fe Reporter
Sawtooth Brewery Public House
Sep 24 @ 7:30 pm
Trivia at the Sawtooth Brewery @ Sawtooth Brewery Public House | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
7:30 pm
Game Night Live Team Trivia Not a super trivia know it all?  No problem. Our games are free to play and are for everyone who likes to play games and win stuff.  Each night we play 2 games consisting of 3 rounds each. Each round is based off of a popular game show.  No basic question and answers here either…we have word jumbles, picture rounds, and point wagering.  So come on out and play the most popular trivia game in town! All ages welcome, 2 games per night start at 7:30pm each week and are about 1 hour each.  Play one or both games! Bar Tabs to the to 3 teams with some prizes throughout the game! Trivia twice a week! Tuesdays at the Ketchum Public House Wednesdays at the Hailey Tap Room
Liberty Theatre
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
River Run Lodge
Sep 26 @ 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.
Hailey Public Library
Sep 26 @ 5:30 pm
Local Writer Julie Weston Reads from Mystery @ Hailey Public Library | Hailey | Idaho | United States
5:30 pm
Local Writer Julie Weston Reads from Mystery Thursday, September 26; 5:30 p.m. Award winning local author Julie Weston will read from her newest mystery Moonscape on Thursday, September 26 at 5:30 p.m. at the Hailey Public Library. Accompanying her free talk will be historic maps and her husband Gerry Morrison’s photographs. More information at www.haileypubliclibrary.org.
Liberty Theatre
Sep 26 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
Liberty Theatre
Sep 27 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
Hailey Park and Ride Lot
Sep 28 all-day
That's One Big Tree! @ Hailey Park and Ride Lot | Hailey | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
The Wood River Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society invites you to join us for a field trip on Saturday September 28. Continuing our popular series of Big Tree field trips, John Shelly will lead us to more of his pet trees, this time jumbo-sized aspen trees. We’ll take measurements of the tree to determine if it is a state record holder. Along the way we will look at fall characteristics of plants and talk some about family characteristics. A great day! Our destination is out Fish Creek Road (between Craters of the Moon and Carey). Meet us at Hailey Park and Ride (River X Bullion Sts) by 9AM to arrange carpools, or at Timmerman Hill Rest Stop by 9:30AM. We will be returning to Timmerman Hill around 4PM. Bring lunch and water. Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for Idaho fall weather and for ticks. Difficulty: mostly driving but requires a short walk through uneven grassland . Level of walking difficulty is measured as moderate. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge to attend.
Mountain Humane
Sep 28 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Homes for Dogs @ Mountain Humane | Hailey | Idaho | United States
11:00 am
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties is passionate about finding homes for abandoned animals. On September 28th across the country, Coldwell Banker will be hosting the our National Pet Adoption Weekend as part of an ongoing Homes for Dogs project. Since 2015 hundreds of offices and shelters have teamed up to host events to contribute to the Coldwell Banker’s goal of finding homes for more than 20,000 dogs. We are excited to announce that we will be partnering with Mountain Humane on September 28th from 11:00 to 3:00 for a pet adoption event! Stay tuned for more information! There will be raffle prizes, food for purchase, and lots of furry friends that need homes.
Board Bin
Sep 28 @ 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm
4th Street Party & Creating for Skating @ Board Bin
2:00 pm
On Saturday September 28th, we will be having a street party on Fourth Street, in Ketchum, with bands, a skateboard slalom and other festivities where we will be displaying and auctioning off ‘Creating for Skating’ skateboards. We will have prizes for the artists based on people’s choice awards and which ones get the highest bids. If you are an artist or know one, or have always just wanted to create art on a skateboard, come by the Board Bin and pick out your canvas ($20 deposit which you get back when bringing the deck back). We are again excited to see the eclectic variety of styles and mediums people choose. Proceeds benefit Ketchum’s Guy Coles Skatepark.
Liberty Theatre
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
River Run Lodge
Oct 1 @ 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.
Blaine County Historical Museum
Oct 2 @ 6:30 pm
Hemingway, Pound & the Snug Bar @ Blaine County Historical Museum | Hailey | Idaho | United States
6:30 pm
Join us for an open house with drinks and appetizers for the first hour, then Idaho Humanities speaker Ted Dyer will present a talk on Ernest Hemingway and Ezra Pound, and their connection with the Snug Bar. It’s a free event for the public. We have received a new donation of items from the Snug Bar, and we will be displaying that new collection.
Liberty Theatre
Oct 2 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
River Run Lodge
Oct 3 @ 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.
Liberty Theatre
Oct 3 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
Liberty Theatre
Oct 4 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
Argyros Performing Arts Center
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm
San Francisco Ballet Stars of Tomorrow @ Argyros Performing Arts Center | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
7:00 pm
Witness the future of ballet as twelve rising stars from the San Francisco Ballet School, one of the most respected professional ballet schools in the world, join us in Sun Valley before launching their professional careers with major companies. A one-night performance of twelve pre-professional dancers from the San Francisco Ballet School, Saturday, October 5, The Argyros Performing Arts Center. The evening’s program will include both classical and contemporary works and three world premieres. “Sun Valley audience members will have the opportunity to see the future of ballet, as these highly trained dancers ready themselves for the next stage in their careers,” said Patrick Armand, Director of the San Francisco Ballet School. “This one-night performance is a special occasion for dance lovers to witness and support the evolution of tomorrow’s most celebrated performers.”
Liberty Theatre
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
Liberty Theatre
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm
Cry it Out @ Liberty Theatre
7:30 pm
“The Family We Find” Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how wealth and class impacts parenthood and friendship. by Molly Smith Metzler “A deeply felt topical drama that takes audiences on an emotional roller-coaster ride that whipsaws through laughs, poignant tears and moments of monumental rage.” —LEO Weekly “Tender, revealing and incisive…Cry it Out is consistently masterful in creating characters who feel real.” —WFPL “Whip-smart…Metzler has written both women with pragmatic and real sensibilities… in lush and textured strokes.” —The Courier Journal SHOW NOTES: Content Advisory: This production includes adult themes and language and includes the smoking of an electronic cigarette. Recommended Age: This production is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Run Time: Cry It Out is approximately 2 hours including a 15 minute intermission. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: Tue, Sep 24, 6pm  SPECIAL PERFORMANCE (first-ever) “PARENT & BABY NIGHT” PAY WHAT YOU ...
River Run Lodge
Oct 8 @ 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.
Pablo Cartaya Lecture & Book Signing, Presented by Sun Valley Writers' Conference & The Community Library @ The Community Library | Sun Valley | Idaho | United States
6:00 pm
Brought to the valley by the Sun Valley Writers’ Conference, in collaboration with The Community Library, award-winning author, speaker, actor, and educator Pablo Cartaya will be sharing stories about family, community, and culture, and how the intersections of identity have made their way into his life and stories. Using his acting experience, bilingualism, and his novels as a springboard for discussion, Pablo will engage in a lively talk filled with humor, heart, and voice. Pablo Cartaya received a Pura Belpré Honor for his critically acclaimed debut novel, The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora. NBC News lauded his sophomore novel, Marcus Vega Doesn’t Speak Spanish, as “exceptional” and The New York Times Book Review called it “a love song to the people of Puerto Rico.” Marcus Vega Doesn’t Speak Spanish is currently in development for a feature film and his most recent novel, Each Tiny Spark, was described as a “layered, culturally rich novel” by Publishers Weekly in a starred review. His novels explore identity, place, and the spaces in between. Pablo is proudly bilingual en Español y Ingles. For more information, please visit svwc.com or comlib.org
Various Locations
Oct 9 – Oct 13 all-day
Trailing of the Sheep @ Various Locations
12:00 am
The Trailing of the Sheep Festival was started in 1996 in response to the rapid loss of farms and ranches and the rapid growth in the Wood River Valley. The Festival preserves the stories and colorful history of sheep ranchers and herders, celebrates the rich cultures of the past and present and entertains and educates children, adults and families about the production of local food and fiber that sustain local economies and generations of hard-working families. Our mission is: To gather, present and preserve the history and culture of the families and individual men and women involved in Idaho sheep ranching and to honor their contributions to the development of Idaho and the West. Trailing of the Sheep has been named in the Top Ten Fall Festivals in the World, Top 200 Best U.S. Festivals and the Top 100 Festivals in N. America. In 2013, USA Today named it One of the Top Ten Fall Festivals in America.  It is also the recipient of the Governor’s Award for Cultural Heritage. Click here for the full schedule!