Sawtooth Botanical Garden
Jun 30 all-day
Wildflower Walks @ Sawtooth Botanical Garden | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
2022 is SBG’s 18th year of leading wildflower walks! Join us hiking slowly on nearby moderate to easy trails as we appreciate the blooming native plants of our area. The walks will be led by botanists, naturalists, birders, and wildflower enthusiasts. We will choose the trails earlier each week according to where flowers are actually blooming. Participants will meet at Sawtooth Botanical Garden (11 Gimlet Road, 4 miles south of Ketchum), and follow each other to the trailhead. Children under 14 are welcome with an adult. Please no dogs. Bring clothing for possible weather, hiking shoes, sun protection, water, reusable water bottle, reusable travel coffee cup and a lunch. A camera, field guide, hand lens and notebook may help with identifying and remembering plants! Please plan to bring your own vehicle or carpool from the garden with your small group. 9:00am arrive at SBG 9:30am leave SBG Noon Lunch 3:00pm arrive back at SBG Dates: May 26 Camas Prairie June 2 Dollar Mountain June 9 Craters of the Moon June 16 Greenhorn June 23 Boulder View June 30 Murdock SNRA
Adam's Gulch
Jul 6 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Mountain Humane Hikin' Buddies @ Adam's Gulch | Idaho | United States
9:30 am
Hikin’ Buddies is Back! Every Wednesday starting June 1 through the end of July. At Hikin’ Buddies, you can take a shelter dog for a hike, or hang out and socialize with 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. No appointment is necessary; just bring your family and friends to have a good time with some dogs that would love to meet you! Meet at Adam’s Gulch trailhead from 9:30-1:00 on Wednesdays. More details through the link below:www.mountainhumane.org/hikin-buddies/ *Dogs go out on hikes on a first come first serve basis.*
Adam's Gulch
Jul 13 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Mountain Humane Hikin' Buddies @ Adam's Gulch | Idaho | United States
9:30 am
Hikin’ Buddies is Back! Every Wednesday starting June 1 through the end of July. At Hikin’ Buddies, you can take a shelter dog for a hike, or hang out and socialize with 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. No appointment is necessary; just bring your family and friends to have a good time with some dogs that would love to meet you! Meet at Adam’s Gulch trailhead from 9:30-1:00 on Wednesdays. More details through the link below:www.mountainhumane.org/hikin-buddies/ *Dogs go out on hikes on a first come first serve basis.*
Adam's Gulch
Jul 20 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Mountain Humane Hikin' Buddies @ Adam's Gulch | Idaho | United States
9:30 am
Hikin’ Buddies is Back! Every Wednesday starting June 1 through the end of July. At Hikin’ Buddies, you can take a shelter dog for a hike, or hang out and socialize with 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. No appointment is necessary; just bring your family and friends to have a good time with some dogs that would love to meet you! Meet at Adam’s Gulch trailhead from 9:30-1:00 on Wednesdays. More details through the link below:www.mountainhumane.org/hikin-buddies/ *Dogs go out on hikes on a first come first serve basis.*
Adam's Gulch
Jul 27 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Mountain Humane Hikin' Buddies @ Adam's Gulch | Idaho | United States
9:30 am
Hikin’ Buddies is Back! Every Wednesday starting June 1 through the end of July. At Hikin’ Buddies, you can take a shelter dog for a hike, or hang out and socialize with 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. No appointment is necessary; just bring your family and friends to have a good time with some dogs that would love to meet you! Meet at Adam’s Gulch trailhead from 9:30-1:00 on Wednesdays. More details through the link below:www.mountainhumane.org/hikin-buddies/ *Dogs go out on hikes on a first come first serve basis.*
River Sage Stables
Aug 6 @ 2:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Forks 'N Spurs: A Western Culinary Festival @ River Sage Stables | Bellevue | Idaho | United States
2:00 pm
Forks ‘N Spurs: A Western Culinary Festival Join us at River Sage Stables for an amazing day of Gourmet BBQ, Beer, Wine, Live Music, Equine Events, Line Dancing, Carnival Activities, and an Auction. Live Music featuring Tylor & The Train Robbers, Dewey Pickette & Howe, Dave Stamey All proceeds benefit the Sun Valley Culinary Institute Tickets are on sale now at sunvalleyculinary.org
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 22 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 23 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 24 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 25 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 26 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
The Argyros
Aug 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Nat Geo Live Roundtable Discussion @ The Argyros | Ketchum | Idaho | United States
3:00 pm
Join National Geographic Live speakers Bob Poole and Ronan Donovan in this lively roundtable discussion including an audience Q & A. Free Admission • Tickets required.
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 29 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 30 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Aug 31 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Sep 1 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Sep 2 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Sep 3 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Ore Wagon Museum
Sep 4 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
10:00 am
Take a tour of the City of Ketchum’s Iconic Ore Wagons and explore a historical collection from Ketchum’s mining era, the town’s founding, and the historic Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade. The museum also offers souvenirs, reserved seating, and information on the Wagon Days Weekend. Horace Lewis began the “Ketchum Fast Freight Line” soon after the town was founded on August 2, 1880. The first load of ore was carried from the Elkhorn mine to the railroad at Kelton, Utah. These monstrous wagons with six-foot wheels known as “The Big Hitch made the round trip in about two weeks, returning to Ketchum with merchandise and freight for local businesses. In 1884, when the Oregon Shoreline Railroad reached Ketchum, the wagons distributed freight to mines and returned with ore to the Philadelphia smelter. They carried as much as 18,000 pounds of ore and covered 12 to 14 miles per day. By 1902, when rail service to Mackay and Challis was inaugurated, the need for these giant wagons diminished. Today the appearance of the wagons in Ketchum’s annual Wagon Days Parade are reminders of the vital role they played during the area’s early days. The Bonning Cabin located adjacent to the Ore ...
Mountain Humane Event Patio and Locations Throughout the Valley
Sep 23 – Sep 25 all-day
Mountain Humane 50th Anniversary Celebration: Treat - Play - Love @ Mountain Humane Event Patio and Locations Throughout the Valley | Hailey | Idaho | United States
12:00 am
Mountain Humane is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, themed “Treat, Play, Love” to honor our beloved pets. Please join us for a weekend of celebration! A local favorite, Jeff Crosby, will be kicking us off with a live concert on our event patio at the MH campus in Hailey on Friday, September 23. The fun continues Saturday, September 24, with pet parades and costume contests at Roberta McKercher Park in Hailey and Town Square in Ketchum. We will wrap up the celebration with organized “pack” hikes throughout the valley on Sunday, September 25. Keep your ears perked for concert ticketing information and event details. We are excited to celebrate with you!

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