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Silver Dollar Bar: Bluegrass Tuesdays with One Ton Pig

One Ton Pig has been bringing locals and visitors together in the Silver Dollar Bar EVERY TUESDAY year-round, for over 15 years! The 6-Piece progressive bluegrass band combines original hard-luck songwriting with dazzling musicality and the imaginative genre-bending of jam-band musicians blurring the lines between folk, country, Americana, blues, bluegrass, and rock ’n’ roll.

Foraging & Farming in the Tetons

Join us for an evening of stories and presentations on the incredible edible and medicinal potential of our community food system. Hear from Corinne McAndrews from Late Bloomer Ranch about fostering a holistic farm in the Tetons; from Ian McGregor on urban foraging and edible landscaping, and John Mionczynski on the topic of food as medicine. Tickets include a light dinner. Beer, hard cider and other drinks will be available for purchase.

Farm to Fork Festival: An evening with Sean Sherman

An Evening with Sean Sherman

Join us for our Farm to Fork Festival keynote presentation on revitalizing Native American Cuisine, re-identifying North American Cuisine, and reclaiming an important long buried culinary culture.

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest at the King is back!
Come join us from 5-8 pm in the Lodge Room next to the Gondola and the outdoor grassy area beside the building on October 1st for live music by the Hof Band, local beer, and raffle giveaways.

Apple Harvest & Block Party

Come on down for a Block Party with The Bird, Farmstead Cider, Wyoming Wildlife Advocates, & more. Special food from the bird and delicious cider from Farmstead to help celebrate the harvest season!

The Quality Ski Time Film Tour presented by Salomon

Jackson! it’s time to get stoked for ski season. Yep, the Quality Ski Time Film Tour is back for year two, and we’re bringing you an all-new lineup of the greatest ski films of the year. Doors open at 6:00 pm Show starts at 7:00 pm

Pumpkins on Fire!

Join the Art Association at family-friendly Pumpkins on Fire! This community favorite event features outdoor activities including live raku firing of ceramic pumpkins, ceramic cups and bowls for sale, and a silent auction with amazing work from local and national artists who engage with the Art Association

Silicon Couloir’s 11th Annual Pitch Day

Pitch Day—“Like that Shark-show, Teton style”— will be held at the Center for the Arts on Wed., Oct. 19th from 5-8 pm with a reception following the main event. Event will also be livestreamed.

John Craigie with special guest Madeline Hawthorne

Center for the Arts will welcome folk musician and storyteller John Craigie with special guest Madeline Hawthorne to The Center stage. Craigie is heralded as “…the lovechild of John Prine and Mitch Hedberg with a vagabond troubadour edge.” – The Stranger. His latest album, Mermaid Salt, was born out of the pandemic and the loneliness that came from the lockdown and will be shared with a raw and humorous stage performance.

Teton County Fair

Enjoy some good old fashioned fun at the Teton County Fair. The fair is getting back to basics this year with 4-H events like animal shows and archery, a Blue Ribbon Exhibit Hall of creative arts, and an Open Class Horse Show.

Farm to Fork Festival

Join Slow Food in the Tetons and Central Wyoming College for a day dedicated to food education and celebration. The Farm To Fork Festival is a family friendly, all-day event at the Center for the Arts to celebrate food, farms and community. Come eat, learn and get inspired to create a healthier, more sustainable food system.

Man looking at mountain peaks near telescope in summer evening at sunset on mountain outdoor.

Star-Gazing

Wyoming Stargazing offers free, year-round, public stargazing events on the first Thursday of each month in Jackson Hole, Wyoming (when the temperature is above zero degrees Fahrenheit!). There is $10/person recommended donation.