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Snowmobile Hill Climb

The 43rd Annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb is coming back to Jackson Hole. Watch snowmobiles climb their way 1,500 vertical feet up Snow King Mountain.

Lobby Cocoa Club

Cozy up at the fire in the Anvil Lobby with Anvil’s spiked hot chocolate, a recipe crafted by Death & Co. The complimentary drink is available daily.

Apres-tivo

Join us for specials on apps and drinks at Glorietta during apres ski. Enjoy half-off specialty cocktails, house wine and draft beer when seated at the bar from 5 to 6, Monday through Friday.

Maker’s Workshop with Haley Badenhop

Learn how to watercolor a spring skiing scene with local artist Haley Badenhop while sipping a spiked hot cocoa. Materials included, no experience necessary. Take home your masterpiece at the end of the night. Open to all – Free.

An Evening with Liz Phair

Liz Phair is a Grammy-nominated singer songwriter whose debut album, “Exile In Guyville,” is considered by music critics to be a landmark of indie rock. She has been a recording artist and touring performer for twenty-five years, paving the way for countless music artists, particularly women, who count her among their major influences. Phair has sold over five million records worldwide, with three US gold albums and two Grammy nominations.

The Center Presents An Evening with Liz Phair on March 21, 2019 at 7PM in The Center Theater.

Live in the Lobby

Every Friday from 5 to 7, start the weekend with live music as performed by local musician Brendan Nolan in the Anvil lobby.

Apres-tivo

Join us for specials on apps and drinks at Glorietta during apres ski. Enjoy half-off specialty cocktails, house wine and draft beer when seated at the bar from 5 to 6, Monday through Friday.

Whiskey & Woodburning

Every Wednesday evening, taste local whiskey and try your hand at the art of wood-burning. Try a custom stencil or go freehand on a take-home cedar coaster. Held in the lobby from 4 to 6 pm.

Game Night

Gather around, grab a game and get competitive around the communal tables in the Anvil Lobby to play one of the dozens of board and card games.

Live in the Lobby

Every Friday from 5 to 7, start the weekend with live music as performed by local musician Brendan Nolan in the Anvil lobby.

Karen Oatey Pole Pedal Paddle

The five-leg race starts on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and finishes at Astoria Hot Springs Park in Snake River Canyon. The race, where contestants compete either individually or in teams, consists of an alpine ski/snowboard leg, a short running leg, a cross-country ski leg, a bicycle leg, and a boating leg.

Music under the Tram

Year 8 of the popular free spring concert series. Great bands entertain the crowds in this unforgettable, sunny location, slopeside under the tram.  Grab your friends, and après like there is no tomorrow. Music starts 3 pm.

Granite Hot Springs winter closure

Granite Hot Springs closes for the winter on April 1. Operating hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily until mid-February when it changes to 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. until April 1st. During the winter months the hot springs are accessible only via snowmobile, dog sled, skiing and via fat biking.

Apres-tivo

Join us for specials on apps and drinks at Glorietta during apres ski. Enjoy half-off specialty cocktails, house wine and draft beer when seated at the bar from 5 to 6, Monday through Friday.

Whiskey & Woodburning

Every Wednesday evening, taste local whiskey and try your hand at the art of wood-burning. Try a custom stencil or go freehand on a take-home cedar coaster. Held in the lobby from 4 to 6 pm.

Game Night

Gather around, grab a game and get competitive around the communal tables in the Anvil Lobby to play one of the dozens of board and card games.

Live in the Lobby

Every Friday from 5 to 7, start the weekend with live music as performed by local musician Brendan Nolan in the Anvil lobby.

Slow Food Winter People’s Market

A fun family event with delicious local food and live music! Local offerings will include meat, dairy, eggs, and bread. Regional winter produce, prepared food, and goods from local artisans will also be available. The Winter People’s Market runs every other Saturday from December 15th through April 20th (except 3/23) from 1-4PM at the Teton County Fairground Building.

Music under the Tram

Year 8 of the popular free spring concert series. Great bands entertain the crowds in this unforgettable, sunny location, slopeside under the tram.  Grab your friends, and après like there is no tomorrow. Music starts 3 pm.

Apres-tivo

Join us for specials on apps and drinks at Glorietta during apres ski. Enjoy half-off specialty cocktails, house wine and draft beer when seated at the bar from 5 to 6, Monday through Friday.

Glorietta Seasonal Closure

After a busy winter, the Glorietta is closing for a few weeks to give our staff deserved time off. We’ll be back May 6 with new cocktails and seasonally-influenced dishes.

Yellowstone West Entrance Opens

Conditions permitting, roads in Yellowstone National Park from the West Entrance in West Yellowstone, Montana to Old Faithful will open to regular (public) vehicles at 8 am. Access directly from Jackson and the South Entrance does not open until mid-May. Visitors must drive around to the West Entrance.

Slow Food Winter People’s Market

A fun family event with delicious local food and live music! Local offerings will include meat, dairy, eggs, and bread. Regional winter produce, prepared food, and goods from local artisans will also be available. The Winter People’s Market runs every other Saturday from December 15th through April 20th (except 3/23) from 1-4PM at the Teton County Fairground Building.

Laff Staff Improv Comedy

For nine years the Laff Staff has brought zany, original improv comedy to Jackson. Using suggestions from the audience, they perform scenes and games completely off the cuff. Come for fun-filled evenings of wacky antics, uncomfortable situations, offbeat humor and loads of laffs. Ever changing mature & immature content.

Whitewater Rafting on the Snake

Most whitewater rafting companies start tours of the Snake River in mid-May. The whitewater rafting section of the Snake River is a Class III river, perfect for people of all ages and experience. River classifications are graded on a scale of I to VI. Class I is flat water. Class V is the most difficult. Go rafting on the famous Lunch Counter and Big Kahuna rapids!

Scenic Floats in Grand Teton National Park

Begin at Deadman’s Bar, just below the scenic Snake River Overlook. During your two-hour float, you will travel down the smooth Snake River through a pristine, natural landscape that features both forested and open environments. Your guide will point out the abundant wildlife, including the majestic bald eagle, as well as the most impressive peaks of the Teton Range. Most scenic float trips begin mid-May.

Jackson Hole ElkFest

Every spring, thousands of elk wintering on the National Elk Refuge lose their antlers before they migrate to their summer range. The Boy Scouts assist the Refuge with harvesting the shed antlers and auction them to bidders from around the world who make furniture, wall decorations, jewelry and food products from them. This annual event, which includes the High Noon Chili Cook-Off and the Mountain Man Rendezvous kick-off, supports the National Elk Refuge with a large portion of auction proceeds going back to habitat enhancement projects on the Refuge.

Granite Hot Springs opens

The Granite Hot Springs Pool is located at the end of the Granite Creek Road, south of Jackson, Wyoming off of Highway 189. It is a developed, concrete hot spring pool situated alongside Granite Creek amongst huge spruce, fir and pine forest. Summer season usually opens May 20th and ends October 31st. In the spring, make sure to call ahead to confirm they are open, as late snow melt-off can delay the road opening sometimes up to two weeks. Operating hours during the summer are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Old West Days

A May festival in Jackson Hole celebrating Western culture with a parade, family activities, rodeo, live music, local beer, and more!

Old West Brew Fest

Few things bring people together like craft beer on a Saturday afternoon. Pair that with Old West Days (complete with a parade, live music and dancing, and the official start of the summer season) and you have a match made in heaven.

Jackson Hole Rodeo starts

Jackson Hole Rodeo starts at 8 pm. Rodeos are Wednesdays and Saturdays from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day excluding June 29th, with additional rodeos July 4th and every Friday in July and August excluding fair week (July 21-27). Tickets range between $20-$40; youth and senior discounts available. Rodeo grounds are located at 447 Snow King Avenue Jackson, WY 83001. Ticket office 307-733-7927, Complete schedule at JacksonHoleRodeo.us

Town Square Shootout

The Jackson Hole Shootout has been a Wyoming tradition since 1957. The fun begins at 6:00 pm every summer evening, except Sundays – there’s no shootin’ on Sundays!

Jackson Hole Playhouse summer show

Visit the historic Jackson Hole Playhouse for dinner and a show. The zany western musical comedy will play six nights a week from June 1-October 6th. This Jackson Hole Playhouse original musical, is a family friendly rowdy musical comedy with entertainment for the whole family! This fully staged production will have you laughing your boots off with its family friendly Western humor, clapping for the singing, and stomping your feet for the dancing! The Jackson Hole Playhouse is Wyoming’s longest running professional theatre and we pride ourselves in bringing the best talent we can find at our annual NYC auditions.

Plein Air Fest

This year will be the 8th Annual Plein Air Fest, held at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. During this event, more than 50 invited artists are given one day to create new masterpieces en plein air. They paint from the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Sculpture Trail with stupendous views overlooking the National Elk Refuge. Collectors are invited to browse and bid on the fresh artworks, which will be sold by silent bid. Bidding begins at 12:30 p.m. Admission is FREE.

The Center Benefit with The Avett Brothers

The Avett Brothers will be the featured performers at The Center Benefit on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 in The Center Theater. The Avett Brothers made mainstream waves with their 2009 major label debut “I and Love and You” landing at 16 on the Billboard Top 200 and garnering critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, Paste, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and TIME. The Avett Brothers continue to be revered as one of the top folk-rock acts in the nation. SOLD OUT