Sun Valley Spa Week is an exclusive event focused on the personal health and wellness of the Wood River Valley locals. Indulge in our daily specials and giveaways offering everyone access to the indigenous luxury of the Sun Valley Spa & Wellness lifestyle. DAY PASSES $25 per person *Includes use of the Pools & Fitness Centers only MASSAGE $45 │ 25-minute Signature Massage $75 │ 50-minute Signature Massage $150│ 80-minute Signature Massage $85 │ 50-minute Deep Therapeutic Massage $175│ 80-minute Deep Therapeutic Massage $45 │ 25-minute Reflexology $80 │ 50-minute Thai Massage BODY & HYDROTHERAPY $45 │ 25- minute Choice of Alpine Arnica or Deep Forest Soak $45 │ 25-minute Quench Body Wrap $45 │ 25-minute Signature Full Body Exfoliation $45 │ 25-minute Signature Dry Brush Exfoliation SKINCARE $55 │ 25-minute Signature Organics Facial $85 │ 50-minute Signature Organics Facial or Hydrating Rose Facial NAILS $50 │ Sun Valley Manicure $65 │ Classic Gel Manicure $60 │ Sun Valley Pedicure $75 │ Classic Gel Pedicure $70 │ Quench Manicure/Pedicure Combo
Spa Beleza – A Petite Retreat – Let us take you to a world of beauty, tranquility and rejuvenation. SPA BELEZA UNIQUELY OFFERS Personal custom formulated skin care products to address your individual needs Comfort Zone Skin Care from Italy And so much more… Spa Beleza is located on the second floor of the First Street Building and was created for the client’s ultimate comfort; it is a pristine, warm and peaceful oasis. We offer fruit infused water and our waiting chairs are equipped with shiatzu back massagers to begin the relaxation process. With warm tones and soft lighting, each patient melts into a state of earthly bliss. Spa Beleza is dedicated to providing exceptional services, products, and education, in a tranquil and private environment.
SEPT 16 – OCT 12* | OCT 20 – NOV 27* | DEC 2 – DEC 14* Indulge in our daily fall & winter specials this season, offering you access to all the Sun Valley Spa & wellness lifestyle has to offer. 40% off Sun Valley Signature Spa Services: 50-80 minute Signature Massage or facial | 50-minute Sun Valley Manicure or Pedicure 50-minute Quench Manicure/Pedicure Combo | Women’s or Men’s haircut Includes day use of the lodge pool & fitness center, fitness classes and spa amenities when you receive a spa service valued at $40 or more. TO MAKE RESERVATIONS, CALL 208.622.2160 OR VISIT SUNVALLEY.COM/SPA
Hispanic Heritage month is September 15 to October 15! Join us for the Hispanic Heritage Festival on September 17th from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Hailey Town Center West, with musical performances: Mariachi America, Banda Tremendos, Special Reserve rock band, games & food! For more information contact event organizer Herbert Romero at [email protected] or 208-309-5902.
What happens to a community as it faces the changes that come with growth and change? As we’ve all felt the effects of Idaho being the fastest growing state in the nation, many of us have wondered what lies ahead for our community. Will wildlife still wander down Main Street? Will recreation still be as memorable? Will this valley still be the kind of place we all love to live, work, and play in? This fall, at the Sun Valley Economic Forum, Dr. Jaap Vos gave a talk about the incredibly difficult conversation and community discussions that need to happen in the face of growth and change. This moving presentation was a highlight of the Sun Valley Economic Forum, and has prompted plenty of discussion. In a recent “Our View” opinion from the Idaho Mountain Express, we’re reminded that we’ve had to navigate these hard questions before. For Blaine County and its cities in the 1970s, adapting to change was a do-it-yourself project. Unlike nearly any other communities in the nation, they adopted zoning that kept commercial development off the highway, development off its hillsides and protected downtown vitality and livability. This is why the Sun Valley area is still …
Who comes to mind when you think about environmental activism? Do you think back to John Muir, or to present day activists like Greta Thunberg? The organization Green Latinos is working to include the Latino/a/x voice and story to the forefront. “Environmental stewardship is part of our cultural heritage. Outdoor activities like fishing, gardening, camping, and celebrating in nature bring us joy and connect us to our deeply rooted traditions. We honor and celebrate our rich culture and our crucial role in the global social fabric through our stories and spirit. We continue the work of movements that came before us, defending our autonomy, building upon our cultural assets, and celebrating our identity.” – Green Latinos The Wood River Land Trust and The Community Library are excited to bring Green Latinos’ Public Land Director, Olivia Juarez to talk with the community about Latinx leadership in conservation. A lifelong Utahn based in Salt Lake City, and through their work with Latino Outdoors, Utah Coalition of La Raza, and the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, Olivia has nurtured Latinx joy and leadership in conserving nuestra tierra pública. Olivia was recognized as one of “10 Under 40” in 2021 by the National Parks Conservation …
Join us on Saturday, December 10th for the Winter Wonderland Kick Off! Festivities include: Santa Shop & Stroll and Cookie Decorating – 12pm to 4pm Visit Santa for photos in the Boiler Room, as well as fun and festive cookie decorating! Individual cookies can be purchased for $12.50/each and children will be given a space in the Boiler Room to decorate. Carolers will be strolling, singing and bringing the holiday cheer! Shop for a Cause at all Sun Valley Village Retail – All Day Shoppers at select stores in the Village including the Brass Ranch, Pete Lane’s, Signatures, and the Lodge Gift Shop can take care of everything on their holiday list while supporting local nonprofits in the community with the “Shop for a Cause” event. A percentage of all purchases will support the Environmental Resource Center, 43 North, and Girls on the Run in the Wood River Valley. Holiday Movie at the Opera House – Doors open at 4pm, Movie at 4:30pm Tickets can be purchased at the Opera House day of for $5, or in advance at the Rec Office.