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Summer music preview Festivals, free concerts, orchestras fill the valley with tunes. BY AARON DAVIS Wow! The summer music calendar has officially blossomed here in the Tetons, and it’s denser than ever. If you are lucky enough to enjoy a solid outdoor activity by day, capped off by an inspiring music performance by night, that’s the life. Here’s a bird’s eye view of theater, festivalstyle, and club concerts based on venue. If it’s the festival vibe that tickles your G chord, Grand Targhee Resort is a treasure of a venue. Three festivals are on tap here: Targhee Fest (July 13-15), the inaugural Targhee Country Fest (July 26-27), and the Silver Anniversary of the Bluegrass Festival (August 10-12). With an Americana /Southern rock slant to

Targhee Fest, performers include Lucinda Williams, Drive-By Truckers, Josh Ritter, Trigger Hippy, Joe Pug, Brokedown in Bakersfield, JJ Grey & Mofro, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, and Paul Thorn among others. Country Fest will bring Dierks Bentley, Dwight Yoakam, Stoney LaRue, Rodney Crowell, Elizabeth Cook, Lost Trailers, and David Nail. Bluegrass Fest has a super strong lineup this year as well hosting Leftover Salmon, David Grisman Quintet, Del McCoury Band, The Infamous Stringdusters, Steep Canyon Rangers, Donna the Buffalo, Kanes River, Hot Rize, and Darrell Scott. Also on the Teton Valley side of the range is Teton Valley Foundation’s free Music

on Main series in Victor. The family friendly, all-ages series runs every Thursday, June 28 through August 16 and will feature headliners Andy Frasco and The UN, Blitzen Trapper, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, March 4th Marching Band, Stone Foxes, Rosie Ledet and the Zydeco Playboys, and Carrie Rodriguez, supported respectively by Mandatory Air, The Shook Twins, Jet Black Ninja Funkgrass Unit, Scott McDougall, The Alta Boys, Random Canyon Growlers, and the Bluegrass Camp Allstars. In the heart of Jackson, the inaugural Caldera Festival will stage indie-pop artist Andrew Bird billed with the earnest rasp of singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten on the back lawn of Center for

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the Arts (August 18). A laundry list of great talent is planned for the Pink Garter Theatre, located across from the Wort Hotel on Broadway. The red-velvety walled room will stage 7 Walkers featuring Bill Kreutzman & Papa Mali (June 19), Pimps of Joytime (June 22), Paper Bird (June 30), B-Side Players (July 7), Beats Antique (July 11), JHME presents Brother Ali (July 12), The Band of Heathens (July 20), Diego’s Umbrella (July 26), Cave Singers (July 27), Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit (Aug. 3), Heartless Bastards (Aug. 7), and T-Bird and the Breaks (Aug. 26). As for free, outdoor, familystyle concerts in Jackson Hole, there’s a lot to choose from! JH Weekly, among others, will be sponsoring the inaugural JackonHoleLIVE! The concert series will host six shows on various days of the week, June through August, at Snow King Ball Park in town. Confirmed acts include The Dunwells (June 23), Boom Chick with The Miller Sisters (July 7), Justin Townes Earle (July 25), Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds (July 18), The Features (Aug. 8), Robert Randolph & The Family Band (Aug. 26). “We’ve gone to a flexible schedule to accommodate everyone’s busy summer schedules,” said Shannon McCormick, an organizer of the series. “We have done our best to avoid conflicts with other music events and are excited to bring free live music to town.” Also free, outside, and family-friendly is a great weekly standby of national talent that will perform on Sundays at Concerts on the Commons in Teton Village. So

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far, the lineup will include The Black Lillies (July 22), Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers (July 29), and Silent Comedy (August 5). Spearheaded in 1962, the Grand Teton Music Festival continues to bring some of the world’s finest classical musicians to Teton Village and beyond for a month-long affair. Kicking off the season is the biggest community concert of the year, 4th of July’s Music in the Hole celebration, featuring the Festival Orchestra as well as local acts at Alpine Field. Weekly offerings continue thereafter through August 18 and are sectioned by weekdays: Tuesdays are Inside the Music, Wednesdays feature Spotlight Concerts, Thursdays are Musician’s Choice, and Fridays and Saturdays feature the Festival Orchestra at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village. As for the bar venue, there is a killer mix of national, regional and local shows planned for Town Square Tavern, The Granary, Q Roadhouse and the Silver Dollar Bar. June at the Silver Dollar Bar has taken shape with PTO (June 2223), Leo Rondeau & Dynamite Tales (June 2930), Bluegrass Tuesdays every week with One Ton Pig, and first Thursdays Jazz throughout the season with Jason Fritts Ensemble. Production company 307 Live has much in store for Town Square Tavern’s stage, including Nappy Roots (June 21), Outlaw Nation (June 24), Biomecca (July 2), DJ Logic (July 6), Andy Frasco & The UN (July 7), The White Buffalo (July 10), The Trishas (July

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24), Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band (July 27), Billy Franklin’s NOLA Live (July 28), Smooth Money Gesture (July 31), and The Damn Quails (Aug. 7). 307 is also host of the 7th Annual JH Crawfish Boil at Cutty’s, which will bring The Stooges Brass Band (June 23). Q Roadhouse has an inviting deck which will stage local residents including Screen Door Porch every other Sunday, Random Canyon Growlers on Wednesdays, and Thursdays with One Ton Pig. The Granary is a hot spot for jazz on Fridays (trios) and Saturdays (solo piano). Also keep an eye out for show announcements for the Mangy Moose Saloon in Teton Village, Knotty Pine in Victor, and Alpine Wines in Driggs. While this is a lot to wrap your music-loving head around, this feature only scratches the surface. Do yourself a favor and pick up the latest Jackson Hole Weekly for thorough coverage, and go see live music! NLG

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Under the light of the moon The outdoors is always open for after dark activities. BY JAKE NICHOLS Nightlife in Jackson Hole has more and more to offer every year, it seems. From neons to nylons, Jackson’s after dark scene is thriving. But let’s face it, the reason many of us find ourselves here is we enjoy the outdoors; and it can be enjoyed at night, through the summer and beyond. Hot summer soak A year-round favorite nighttime getaway is Huckleberry and Polecat hot springs near Flagg Ranch. It’s a bit of a drive (55 miles, figure 1:20 driving time) to the Flagg Ranch parking lot, but a night out in the cool crisp air, soaking in 100 degree waters will

make it all worthwhile. The hot springs are more popular in the winter with cross-country skiers but cool summer nights are a great time to go as well. Not many campers and lodgers at Flagg Ranch will know about Huckleberry or Polecat. Huckleberry was once built up as a commercial venture but has since returned to its au naturale state. Both offer outstanding views of Mt. Moran and Jackson Lake. To reach the springs, begin in the Flagg Ranch parking lot with the main visitor center to your back, and look for a service road on your right that continues beyond the lot. After a mile the road starts twisting right and heading downhill. Break off here and walk to the left. You

will probably see the trail, if not, keep going another quarter-mile and you can’t miss it. Cross a small stream and choose from a few different pools. If Huckleberry is too crowded for your tastes, push on a little further west to Polecat, right near the Snake River. A three-foot deep pool awaits there that many forget about. Be careful about swallowing water. It contains bacteria that can give you Meningitis. Bring a towel, flashlight, and dry clothes. Shadow Mountain Shadow Mountain has become a not-so-well-kept secret camping/partying spot for small get-togethers. Still, there are plenty of summer nights when you can have it all

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to yourself. Expect gatherings there on full moon nights. The views are pretty good – Ditch Creek drainage to the east; Town of Jackson, south; and the Tetons, of course, seem like they’re practically on top of you to the west. The relatively easy access makes this a popular spot to drag a keg to the summit so don’t be surprised if a group of high schoolers, the astronomy club, or a random birthday party has beaten you to it. “It,” by the way, is a nondescript open spot of land designated as the top. Several jeep roads spider down the mountain in all directions from the summit. The fire stand lookout has been dismantled. To get to the top of Shadow Mountain, take the Kelly Road through Kelly, past the Gros Ventre Wilderness turn and Teton Science School/Ditch Creek turn. The road ends at a small parking lot. Take it off pavement and turn right on Forest Road 30340. It’s 3.5 miles to the top (8,252’) on dirt road. It isn’t the greatest

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Hiking and biking Hiking in forested areas in the dark can be unnerving to some, and rightfully so. Predators like to feed at night after snoozing during the day’s heat. A safe and enjoyable option is a walk on the Elk Refuge Road. Remember, dogs must be leashed. In early and late summer, there is a decent chance of seeing bison and elk. Bighorn sheep are also a good bet and coyotes are active anywhere. Wolves and mountain lions have been known to be around the Elk Refuge, but they are usually there to feed on the elk. Jackson now boasts a super bike path to Grand Teton National Park. The 20-mile ride offers cyclists auto-free riding from Jackson to Jenny Lake. Make sure you and your bike are well-lit and crank away. Expect to encounter wildlife at night in the park. NLG

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More than the great outdoors The Center for the Arts provides big culture in a small town.

Vacationing in Jackson Hole can be exhausting. After a big day of horseback riding, hiking, rafting or a long drive through Yellowstone National Park, the day is over, but the night has just begun. Although Jackson is a small mountain town, it offers nightlife comparable to major cities. The heart of Jackson’s rich culture lies in the Center for the Arts. From music to theater to dance, here are some of the highlights at the Center this summer.

performance was initially conceived by Contemporary Dance Wyoming’s Artistic Director, Babs Case, as an opportunity for both the dancers’ choreography and the work of the visual artists to be pushed in new directions through collaboration. Using the theme of Earth, Fire, Air, and Water, each visual artist was asked to create a costume or stage set for the dancers to work with or wear in a dance piece.

for purchase. Proceeds from the evening benefit the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. August 3 - 5 New York City Ballet Moves

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June 27 The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads June 15 & 16 Come celebrate local histo- New York City Ballet Moves. Up Close: Contemporary ry through the documentary of Dance Wyoming New York City Ballet Moves “The Stagecoach Bar: An The title of the evening, “Up American Crossroads,” from returns to Jackson this August. Close,” refers to the arrangeThis intimate group of 25 perfilmmaker Jennifer Tennican. ment of the performance formers from NYCB’s outstandSwap your “Coach” stories space – the audience will be ing roster of principals, before the film, then sit back seated on the stage rather and enjoy an intimate portrait soloists, corps and musicians. than in the usual theater NYCB Moves made its formal of a roadhouse that, for more seats so that viewers can see debut at the 2011 Vail than 70 years, has been the dancers and the visual International Arts Festival foldefining and defying our artists’ creations from a close lowed by a national tour – visions of the Wild West. After vantage point. The performincluding a stop at the Center the film, enjoy live music by ance is in collaboration with The Stagecoach Band and get in August of 2011 – showcaslocal visual artists Meleta two-step or western swing les- ing the company’s vast reperBuckstaff, Alissa Davies, Jenny sons with great instructors tory of choreographic works by Dowd, John Frechette, Calla George Balanchine, Jerome from Dancers’ Workshop. Grimes, and Suzanne Morlock Please bring a little cash to Robbins, Peter Martins, and as well as New York-based Christopher Wheeldon. NYCB sate your hunger with Café artist Michele Oka Doner. This Genevieve’s pulled pork sliders Moves will present two different programs during their stay. and to quench your The Friday evening and thirst with beer from Sunday matinee (Program A) Snake River Brewery, will include Jerome Robbins’ or wine, whiskey or “Moves,” Peter Martins’ soft drinks from The Stagecoach Bar. John “Sinfonia” and The Waltz Project, and William Forsythe’s “Herman Frechette’s glass Schmerman pas de deux.” “Stagecoach” belt Another program will be buckles and Sue performed for Saturday and Fleming’s Sunday evening performances “Stagecoach” necklaces will be available (Program B) and will showContemporary Dance Wyoming. JACKSON HOLE AT NIGHT • WWW.JHWEEKLY.COM

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case Ulysses Dove’s “Red Angels,” Peter Martins’ “Zakouski,” George Balanchine’s “Sonatine,” Justin Peck’s “New Glass,” and Jerome Robbins’ “In The Night.”

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39 Steps. Bond is back with Off Square Theater for another run of an adaptation of Alford

Hitchcock’s film “The 39 Steps” in the 100 seat Black Box Theater. Bond transformed the film to stage with a hilarious version to the Hitchcock film last time. Inviting herself back to Richard Hannay’s flat, Annabella Schmidt tells him she’s uncovered the plot of 39 steps. In the morning Annabella stumbles into Richard’s lap with a butter knife stuck in her back, her last word instructing him to find the man with the missing fingertip, and stop him from shipping British military secrets out of the country. Come along for the comical ride with the cast of Off Square Theatre as Richard is on the run from the cops, traveling the country by train playing both a victim and a suitor. September 6 Fashion & Jewelry

Gala Show It is not all song and dance at the Center this summer. The Western Design Conference brings together crafts people, scholars, collectors, interior designers, architects and fashion designers with an interest in the West. This summer they will bring The Fashion & Jewelry Gala Show to town. The up-close-and-personal, live-model show and champagne reception will be followed by the Design Excellence Awards Ceremony. Over $22,000 will be awarded. Over the course of the evening, new works of art donated by five past award winners will be auctioned off during the Winners Circle Art Auction. Immediately following is the runway Fashion Show, presenting Western-genre couture collections from both upand-coming and established fashion designers. NLG

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BY ANDY LABONTE Dates and times are subject to change.

JUNE Weekly Events in June Sundays Stagecoach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Country, folk, Western. Free. (307)733-4407. Mondays Jackson Hole Hootenanny, 6 p.m. at Dornan’s in Moose. Musicians are invited to perform a two-song set of acoustic music. Sign-up in advance. Free. (307)7332415. Tuesdays Steam Powered Airplane, 9:30 p.m. at Town Square Tavern. Bluegrass. Free. (307)733-3886. One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar.

Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. (307)733-2190. Wednesdays Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12-$20. (307)733-7927; jacksonholerodeo.us. Saturdays Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12-$20. (307)733-7927; jacksonholerodeo.us. JUNE Daily Events in June June 4-16 Harley and The V Twins, 9 p.m. at Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207. June 15-16 Contemporary Dance Wyoming, 6 to 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts Theater Stage. $20. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org.

June 16 - Aug 5 Carl, Original Illustrations by John Potter, at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Museum fees apply. (307)7335771; wildlifeart.org June 17 Raptor Fest, 1 p.m. at the Teton Raptor Center. Food, music, activities, flighted demonstrations and birds on display. Free. (307)203-2551; tetonraptorcenter.org. June 18 - 30 High Country Summer Show, at Trailside Galleries. Featuring works from our entire roster of artists. (307)733-3186; trailsidegalleries.com. June 19 - 30 Crawford and James, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207. June 19 7 Walkers, 9 p.m. at the Pink

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Garter Theatre. $30-$35. PinkGarterTheatre.com. June 20 Josh Clare Artist Reception, 5 p.m. at Astoria Fine Art. Show runs thrugh June 27. Free. (307)733-4016; astoriafineart.com. June 21 One Ton Pig, 7 to 10 p.m. at Q Roadhouse on MooseWilson Road. Folk, rock. Free. (307)739-0700. Artist Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. at Trailside Galleries. Featuring works from our entire roster of artist. (307)733-3186; trailsidegalleries.com. Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at JH Gallery Association members. Free. (307)732-5412; jacksonholegalleries.com. Taste of Jackson Hole, 6 to 9 p.m. at the Couloir Restaurant. Local chefs pair dishes with wines. $100. (307)732-9961; jhwineauction.org. June 22 Food & Fashion Trunk Show and Luncheon, noon to 3 p.m. at Shooting Star. (307)732-9961; jhwineauction.org. Hole-In-One Challenge /Scotch & Cigar Tasting, 3 to 5 p.m. at Shooting Star. Top prize is $250,000. (307)7329961; jhwineauction.org. Pimps of Joytime, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $12$15. PinkGarterTheatre.com. June 23 JacksonHoleLIVE! The Dunwells, 5:30 p.m. at Snow King. Free. (307)201-1633. JH Crawfish Boil, noon at Cutty’s. $15. 307live.com. June 25 Mariachi Divas, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $25. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. June 27 Cache to Game Mountain

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Bike race, 5 p.m. at Mike Yokel Park. Cost varies. (307)733-5056; tetonwyo.org. The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads, 6:30 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Cost TBA. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. June 28 Music on Main: Andy Frasco’s UN, 6 p.m. in the Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. June 30 Paper Bird, 9p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $12-$15. PinkGarterTheatre.com. 8th Annual Fête at Diehl Gallery, show will run until July 11. Free. (307)733-0905; diehlgallery.com. JULY Weekly Events in July Sundays Stagecoach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Old-time country, folk, Western. Free. (307)733-4407. Mondays Jackson Hole Hootenanny, 6 p.m. at Dornan’s in Moose. Visiting and local musicians are invited to perform a twosong set of acoustic music. Sign-up in advance. Free. (307)733-2415. Tuesdays Steam Powered Airplane, 9:30 p.m. at Town Square Tavern. Bluegrass. Free. (307)733-3886. One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. (307)733-2190. Wednesdays Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12-$20. (307)733-7927; jacksonholerodeo.us.

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SHOGUN SUSHI 265 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-9168 THAI ME UP 75 E. Pearl, Jackson 307-733-0005 THAI PLATE 135 N. Cache, Jackson 307-734-2654 MEXICAN CUISINE EL ABUELITO 385 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-1207 MERRY PIGLETS 160 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2966 The oldest and busiest Mexican restaurant in town, going on our 41st year. Voted best salsa in JH Weekly’s Best of 2010 Reader’s Poll. Serving all your favorite Tex Mex dishes including fajitas, enchiladas, fish tacos, fire roasted chicken, kids menu, plus ten homemade salsas and sauces. Full bar serving more than 40 Tequilas. PICA’S MEXICAN TAQUERIA 1160 Alpine Lane, Jackson 307-734-4457 ITALIAN/PIZZA DOMINO’S PIZZA 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson Kmart Plaza 307-733-0330 DORNAN’S PIZZA & PASTA Moose, Wyoming 307-733-2415 www.dornans.com GIOVANNI’S 690 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-734-1970 see AT NIGHT page 21

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Thursdays Solos and Duos, 5 to 8 p.m. in the Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. (307)732-5000. Fridays Solos and Duos, 5 to 8 p.m. in the Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. (307)732-5000. Saturdays Solos and Duos, 5 to 8 p.m. in the Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. (307)732-5000. Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12-$20. (307)733-7927; jacksonholerodeo.us. JULY Daily Events in July July 1-14 Slick Nickel, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207. July 2 Oso Negro, 10 p.m. at the Town Square Tavern. (307)7333886; townsquaretavern.com. Joshua Tobey Showcase, at Astoria Fine Art. Show will run until July 5. Free. (307)7334016; astoriafineart.com. July 3 Ozomatli, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $45. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. Mark Gibson and Gloria D’ Artist Reception, 3 to 6p.m. at the Mountain Trails Gallery. Show runs through July 8. Free. 734-8150; mtntrails.net. July 4 Howdy Pardners’ Fourth of July Parade, 10:30 a.m. in downtown Jackson. Free. (307)733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. Fire in the Hole Fireworks, 10 p.m. at the base of Snow King. Free. jacksonholechamber.com July 5 One Ton Pig, 7 to 10 p.m. at

Q Roadhouse on MooseWilson Road. Folk, rock. Free. (307)739-0700. Music on Main: Blitzen Trapper, 6 p.m. in Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Musicians’ Choice, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$25. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org.

Music on Main: Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, 6 p.m. Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Bill Sawczuk Artist Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. at Trio Fine Art. Show runs from Jully 11 to 28. (307)733-444; triofineart.com.

July 6 Giants Among the Tetons, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. DJ Logic, 8 p.m. at the Town Square Tavern. (307)7333886; townsquaretavern.com.

July 13 Targhee Fest, 2 p.m. at Grand Targhee. Bands include Joe Pug, Brokedown in Bakersfield, Trigger Hippy and Toots and the Maytals. $55/day, $169/weekend. (307)353-2300; grandtarghee.com. The Festival Orchestra Shines, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Cherry Royale, 8 p.m. at the Town Square Tavern. (307)733-3886; townsquaretavern.com.

July 7 JacksonHoleLIVE! Boom Chick, 4:30 p.m. at Snow King. Free. (307)201-1633. Giants Among the Tetons, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Jon Wayne and the Pain, 8 p.m. at the Town Square Tavern. (307)733-3886; townsquaretavern.com. July 10 Inside the Music – Dedication, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Free. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Plena Libre, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $30. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. July 11 Turtle Island Quartet, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$50. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Beats Antique, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $18-$22. PinkGarterTheatre.com. July 12 One Ton Pig, 7 to 10 p.m. at the Q Roadhouse on MooseWilson Road. Folk, rock. Free. (307)739-0700. Musicians’ Choice, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$25. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org.

July 14 Targhee Fest, 2 p.m. at Grand Targhee. Bands include The Wood Brothers, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Railroad Earth, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Drive By Truckers. $55 for day, $169 for weekend. (307) 353-2300; grandtarghee.com. The Festival Orchestra Shines, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Natural Abstraction, at Diehl Gallery. Show runs through July 25. Free. (307)7330905; diehlgallery.com. July 15 Targhee Fest, 11 a.m. at Grand Targhee. Bands include Trixie Whitley, Paul Thorn, Josh Ritter, JJ Grey & Mofro and Lucinda Williams. $55/day, $169/weekend. (307)353-2300; grandtarghee.com. July 16 Neal Conan, 8 p.m. at the

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Center for the Arts. $15 adults, $10 Students. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. July 16-31 Masters in Miniature Show, at Trailside Galleries. The Show features a wonderful selection of small works by gallery and guest artists. (307)733-3186; trailsidegalleries.com. July 16-28 Jace and Lee, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207. July 17 Inside the Music – Russian to Judgement, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Free. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. July 18 Ruth Moody and the Ruth Moody Band, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$40. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. July 19 Musicians’ Choice, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$25. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Music on Main: March 4th Marching Band, 6 p.m. Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at JH Gallery Association members. Enjoy Jackson Hole’s world class art at each of the unique member galleries as you stroll through town before or after dinner. Free. (307)732-5412; jacksonholegalleries.com. Artist Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. at Trailside Galleries. Free. (307)733-3186; trailsidegalleries.com. July 20 Rolling Thunder, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. The Band of Heathens, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $12-$15.

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PinkGarterTheatre.com. Emmylou Harris, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Annual Fundraiser for the Center. $100-$300. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. July 21 Rolling Thunder, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. July 23 Hootenanny in Concert, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $10. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. July 24 Inside the Music – Problem Child, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Free. (307)7331128; gtmf.org. July 25 Teton County Fair Carnival, 5 p.m. to midnight at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $15$100. tetonwyo.org/fair. Ferenc Illenyi & His Gypsy Band, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$40. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. JacksonHoleLIVE! Justin Townes Earle, 5:30 p.m. at Snow King. Free. (307)2011633. July 26 Teton County Fair Carnival, 5 p.m. to midnight at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $15$100. tetonwyo.org/fair. Musicians’ Choice, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$25. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Targhee Country Fest, 5 p.m. at Grand Targhee. Bands include Stoney LaRue, Rodney Crowell and Dierks Bentley. $40 for day, $175 for both. (307)353-2300; grandtarghee.com. Music on Main: Stone Foxes, 6 p.m. Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Diego’s Umbrella, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $12-

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MOUNTAIN HIGH PIZZA PIE 120 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-3646 NANI’S CUCINA ITALIANA 242 N. Glenwood, Jackson 307-733-3888 PINKY G’S PIZZERIA 50 W. Broadway Jackson 734-PINK PIZZA HUT 180 Powderhorn, Jackson 307-733-8550 BARS & LOUNGES 43 NORTH 645 S. Cache, Jackson 307-733-0043 AMANGANI LOUNGE 1535 N.E. Butte, Jackson 307-734-7333 THE BIRD 4125 S. Pub Place Jackson 307-732-BIRD BLUE LION 160 N. Millward, Jackson 307-733-3912 ENOTECA SICULA The wine bar at Nani’s 242 N. Glenwood, Jackson 307-733-3888 THE GARAGE 72 S. Glenwood, Jackson 307-733-8575 IGNIGHT 945 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-1977 Classy interior, with water walls, specializing in fresh fish, sushi, locally raised beef, flatbreads, seasonal salads and unique sandsee AT NIGHT page 23

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At Night Listings JACKSON Bars & Lounges to JACKSON Specialty Grocer wiches. Sample our specialty drinks created by a professional mixologist. Choose your favorite bottle of wine from our wine shop to accompany your entree with no corkage fee. Located below Sidewinders. THE LOUNGE AT SNOW KING RESORT 400 E. Snow King 307-734-3236 MERRY PIGLETS MEXICAN GRILL 160 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2966 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY BAR 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2207 RENDEZVOUS BISTRO 380 S. Broadway Jackson 307-739-1100 THE ROSE 50 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-1500 TheRoseJH.com SIDEWINDERS SPORTS GRILL & TAVERN 945 W. Broadway Jackson 307-734-5766 Where can you get great food and drinks, plus watch any game on one of our 40 plasma tv’s while the kids play the newest games in our arcade? Sidewinders. Dining options include pastas, New York style pizza, rotisserie chicken, burgers, barbeque port, brisket, prime rib and salads. SILVER DOLLAR BAR & GRILL

50 N. Glenwood, Jackson at The Wort Hotel 307-732-3939

545 N. Cache Jackson 307-733-7926

SNAKE RIVER BREWERY AND RESTAURANT 265 S. Millward Jackson 307-739-BEER snakeriverbrewing.com

JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 975 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-0450

SNAKE RIVER GRILL 84 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0557 snakerivergrill.com THAI ME UP 75 E. Pearl, Jackson 307-733-0005 TRIO 45 S. Glenwood, Jackson 307-734-8038 VIRGINIAN SALOON 750 W. Broadway Jackson 307-739-9891 Step through the swinging doors into The Virginian Saloon, where you'll be surrounded by Western flavor. A Jackson Hole favorite, the saloon features full butting ram mounts and is packed with artifacts reflecting the regional culture. For your enjoyment you'll find big screen TVs and pool tables. Live music and dance floor. TOWN SQUARE TAVERN 20 E. Broadway Jackson 307-733-3886 DELICATESSENS BACKCOUNTRY PROVISIONS 85 W. Deloney, Jackson 307-734-9430 CREEKSIDE MARKET & DELI

NEW YORK CITY SUB SHOP 20 N. Jackson Jackson 307-733-4414 PEARL STREET BAGELS 145 W. Pearl Jackson 307-739-2585 PHILLY’S PHINEST 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-734-8242 QUIZNO’S 1325 S. Hwy. 89 Jackson 307-733-0201 SHADE’S CAFE 82 S. King, Jackson 307-733-2015 SUBWAY 520 S. Hwy 89 Jackson 307-739-1965 SPECIALTY GROCER JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 974 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-0450 jacksonwholegrocer.com PEARL ST. MEAT & FISH 260 W. Pearl St. Jackson 307-733-1300 VOM FASS 60 E. Broadway Jackson 307-734-1535 see AT NIGHT page 27

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$15. PinkGarterTheatre.com. Galileo’s Garden, at Diehl Gallery. Monica and Tyler Aiello’s show runs through August 7. Free. (307)7330905; diehlgallery.com. Pig Wrestling, 6 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $10-$18. tetonwyo.org/fair. July 27 Teton County Fair Carnival, 5 p.m. to midnight at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $15$100. tetonwyo.org/fair. Marvelous Mozart, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Dancing in the Dirt, 7 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Dance to the live music of One Ton Pig and Mandatory Air. $10. tetonwyo.org/fair. The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, 8 p.m. at the Town Square Tavern. (307)733-3886; townsquaretavern.com. Cave Singers, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $12-$15. PinkGarterTheatre.com. July 27-29 WYDAHO Rendezvous Mountain Bike Festival, in Teton Valley, Idaho. 12.5 mile, 4700 vertical foot “Super Race.” Parties, demos, and clinics in Victor and Driggs. $45. tetonbikefest.org. July 28 Teton County Fair Carnival, 1 p.m. to midnight at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $15$100. tetonwyo.org/fair. Marvelous Mozart, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Joseph Alleman Artist Reception, 5 p.m. at Astoria Fine Art. Show runs from July 21-31. Free. (307)733-4016; astoriafineart.com. Chris Botti, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $90-$115. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org

July 29 Teton County Fair Carnival, 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $15$100. tetonwyo.org/fair. Figure 8 Races, 7 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $10-$18. tetonwyo.org/fair. July 30 Los Lobos, 7:30 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $25. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. July 30 - Aug 11 Nathan Dean, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207. July 31 Inside the Music, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Who Want’s to be a Millionaire? Free. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. AUGUST Weekly Events in August Sundays Stage Coach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Old-time country, folk, Western. Free. (307)733-4407. Mondays Jackson Hole Hootenanny, 6 p.m. at Dornan’s in Moose. Visiting and local musicians are invited to perform a twosong set of acoustic music. Sign-up in advance. Free. (307)733-2415. Tuesdays Steam Powered Airplane, 9:30 p.m. at Town Square Tavern. Bluegrass. Free. (307)733-3886. One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. (307)733-2190. Wednesdays Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12-$20. (307)733-7927; jacksonholerodeo.us.

Thursdays Solos and Duos, 5 to 8 p.m. in the Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. (307)732-5000. Fridays Solos and Duos, 5 to 8 p.m. in the Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. (307)732-5000. Saturdays Solos and Duos, 5 to 8 p.m. in the Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. (307)732-5000. Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12-$20. (307)733-7927; jacksonholerodeo.us. AUGUST Daily Events in August • August 1 The Original N’Awlins Jazz Orchestra, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$40. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. August 2 Musicians’ Choice, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$25. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Music on Main: Rosie Ledet and the Zydeco Playboys, 6 p.m. at the Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Kathryn Mapes Turner: Artist Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. at Trio Fine Art. Show runs Aug. 1-18. (307)734-4444; triofineart.com. August 3 Brilliant Baroque, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $15-$18. PinkGarterTheatre.com. New York City Ballet Moves, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $75 orchestra and premium balcony, $65 upper balcony. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. see CALENDAR page 26

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At Night Listings JACKSON Take Out to TETON VILLAGE ROAD TAKE OUT MCDONALDS 1110 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-7444 Great quality and service come together at Jackson Hole’s convenient and affordable latenight restaurant. Try our Strawberry Lemonade and Mango-Pineapple Smoothies or the popular Asian Salad featuring Newman's Own®Ginger dressing. Open and serving your favorites 5am to 2am daily through Labor Day. Satisfy your late cravings at Mickey D’s! BEER, WINE & LIQUOR BUD’S EASTSIDE LIQUOR 582 E. Broadway Jackson 307-733-1181 JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 974 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-0450 jacksonwholegrocer.com THE LIQUOR STORE /THE WINE LOFT 115 Buffalo Way Jackson 307-733-4466 PLAZA LIQUORS 832 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-8888

VIRGINIAN LIQUOR STORE 750 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-2792 COFFEE/CAFE THE BUNNERY 130 N. Cache Jackson (307) 734-0075

ASIAN & SUSHI SUDACHI 346 N. Pines Way, Wilson 307-734-7832 BARS & LOUNGES STAGECOACH BAR 5755 W. Hwy 22, Wilson 307-733-4407 DELICATESSEN

SEATTLE’S BEST COFFEE Inside Smith’s 1425 S. Hwy 89 Jackson 307-733-8908 CAFÉ BOHEME 1110 Maple Way Jackson 307-733-(JAVA) 5282 STARBUCK’S Inside Albertson’s 105 Buffalo Way Jackson 307-733-5950

ASPENS MARKET 4015 W. Lake Creek Dr. 307-200-6140 PEARL STREET BAGELS Highway 22, Wilson 307-739-3012 BEER, WINE & LIQUOR STAGECOACH LIQUOR STORE Highway 22, Wilson 307-733-4590 COFFEE/CAFE

PEARL STREET BAGELS 145 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-739-2585 JACKSON HOLE ROASTERS 165 E. Broadway Jackson 307-200-6099 TOWN OF WILSON CONTINENTAL CUISINE CHIPPY’S KITCHEN AND CATERING 1295 N. West St. Wilson 307-734-1456

SIDEWINDER’S WINE, SPIRITS AND ALE 945 W. Broadway Jackson 307-734-5766

NORA’S FISH CREEK INN 5600 W. Hwy. 22 Wilson 307-733-8288

TETON LIQUORS 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-739-1122

SAW MILL GRILL (in the Stagecoach Bar) 5755 W. Hwy. 22 307-699-5394

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Emmy Lou Harris brings her unique voice to the Center of the Arts July 20. from CALENDAR page 24

August 4 Brilliant Baroque, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. August 7 Pictures at an Exhibition, 6:15 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Free. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. The Damn Quails, 8 p.m. at the Town Square Tavern. (307)733-3886; townsquaretavern.com. Heartless Bastards, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. $15$18. PinkGarterTheatre.com. Hot Club of Cowtown, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $25. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. August 8 JacksonHoleLIVE! The Features, 5:30 p.m. at Snow King. Free. (307)201-1633. Brasil Guitar Duo, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$40. 733-1128; gtmf.org. August 9 Musicians’ Choice, 8 p.m. at

the Walk Festival Hall. $10$25. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Music on Main: Carrie Rodriguez, 6 p.m. Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. August 9-18 39 Steps, 7:30 p.m. at the Black Box Theater, Center for the Arts. The hilarious adaptation of the Alfred Hitchcock film that had Off Square audiences raving. $20 adult, $15 Student, $10 child. (307)7334900; jhcenterforthearts.org. August 10 Targhee Bluegrass Festival, 2 p.m. at Grand Targhee. Bands include Darrell Scott, Steep Canyon Rangers, and the Infamous Stringdusters. $55 /day, $169/weekend. (307)353-2300; grandtarghee.com. August 11 Targhee Bluegrass Festival, 11 a.m. at Grand Targhee. Bands include Reeltime Blizzard, Kanes River, David

Grisman Quintet, Donna the Buffalo and Leftover Salmon. $55 for day, $169 for weekend. (307)353-2300; grandtarghee.com. August 12 Targhee Bluegrass Festival, 11 a.m. at Grand Targhee. Bands include Hot Rize, Red Knuckles and Del McCoury Band. $55 for day, $169 for weekend. (307)353-2300; grandtarghee.com. August 13-25 Walker Williams, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207. August 14 Kenny Loggins, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $75-$105. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. August 14 Inside the Music - Single’s Night, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Free. (307)7331128; gtmf.org. see CALENDAR page 28

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At Night Listings TETON VILLAGE RD to TETON VILLAGE Sweets ‘n Treats ITALIAN/PIZZA CALICO ITALIAN RESTAURANT & BAR Teton Village Road 307-733-2460 BARS & LOUNGES CALICO ITALIAN RESTAURANT & BAR Teton Village Road 307-733-2460 Q ROADHOUSE BARBEQUE 2550 Moose-Wilson Rd. 307-739-0700 THE PINES RESTAURANT Teton Pines Teton Village Road 307- 733-1005 BEER, WINE & LIQUOR WESTSIDE WINE & SPIRITS In The Aspens 307-733-5038

Lodge & Spa 7710 Granite Loop Road Teton Village 307-732-6040

Teton Village 307-732-CAFE

MANGY MOOSE RESTAURANT & SALOON Teton Village 307-733-4913 www.mangymoose.net

ALPENHOF BISTRO Teton Village 307-733-3242 aplenhoflodge.com

LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5000

COULOIR Fine Dining at 9,095 ft Teton Village 739-2675 couloirrestaurant.com

WESTBANK GRILL Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5001

LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5000

RMO CAFE Mangy Moose building Teton Village 307-734-9438

MANGY MOOSE RESTAURANT & SALOON Teton Village 307-733-4913 www.mangymoose.net

ASIAN AND SUSHI MASA SUSHI 3345 W. McCollister Teton Village 307-732-2962

ALPENROSE RESTAURANT Teton Village 307-733-3462 aplenhoflodge.com

LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5000 www.fourseasons.com

CASCADE GRILL Teton Mountan Lodge Teton Village 307-732-6932

TETON THAI 7342 Granite Loop Teton Village 307-733-0022

COULOIR Top of the Bridger Gondola Teton Village 307-739-2675 couloirrestaurant.com GAMEFISH Inside the Snake River

CASCADE GRILL HOUSE & SPIRITS Teton Mountain Lodge Teton Village 307-732-6932

THE PEAK Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5000

TETON VILLAGE CONTINENTAL CUISINE ALPENHOF BISTRO 307-733-3242 Teton Village

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VILLAGE CAFE Teton Village 307-732-CAFÉ BEER, WINE & LIQUOR MANGY MOOSE MARKET & CELLARS Mangy Moose Bldg. Teton Village 307-734-0070 TETON VILLAGE BOTTLE SHOP 3200 W. McCollister 307-732-2337

ITALIAN/PIZZA SWEETS ‘N TREATS II VILLAGIO OSTERIA Hotel Terra Teton Village 307-739-4100 VILLAGE CAFE 420 Village Center Bldg.

ATELIER ORTEGA 150 Scott Lan Jackson 307-734-6400 www.atelierortega.com see AT NIGHT page 29

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August 15 The 5 Browns, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$40. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. August 16 Musicians’ Choice, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10$25. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Music on Main: Young Dubliners, 6 p.m. at the Victor City Park. Free. (208)201-5356; tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at JH Gallery Association members. Enjoy Jackson Hole’s world class art at member galleries as you stroll through town. Free. (307)732-5412; jacksonholegalleries.com. August 17 Celestial Bliss, 8 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$54. (307)733-1128; gtmf.org. August 18 Celestial Bliss, 6 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. $10-$54.

(307)733-1128; gtmf.org. Andrew Bird and Sharon Van Etten, 6 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $20, $75 for VIP access. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org.

August 25 Teton Science School’s 35 Annual Auction, 3 p.m. at 700 Coyote Canyon Road. (307)733-1313; auction@tetonscience.org.

August 18 - October 21 Western Visions Annual Show & Sale, at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. A signature event of the JH Fall Arts Festival. (307)733-5771; wildlifeart.org.

August 26 JacksonHoleLIVE! Robert Randolph & The Family Band, 5:30 p.m. at Snow King. Free. (307)201-1633. T Bird and The Breaks, 9 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. Free. PinkGarterTheatre.com.

August 23 Jennifer L. Hoffman Artist Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. at Trio Fine Art. Show on display Aug. 22 to September 8. (307)7344444; triofinart.com. August 24 Mark Eberhard & Ewoud De Groot Reception, at Astoria Fine Art. Show will run from August 18-27. (307)7334016; astoriafineart.com. Free.

August 27 - September 8 Donovan Lee, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207 August 28 David Kennedy, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Cost TBA. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. August 29 Ziggy Marley, 8 p.m. at the see CALENDAR page 30

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At Night Listings TETON VILLAGE Bars & Lounges to DRIGGS & VICTOR BLUEBIRD YOGURT Inside Albertsons Jackson 307-699-4901 COCOLOVE 53 N. Glenwood Jackson 307-734-6400 DULCE 170 N. Cache Jackson 307-200-6071 HAAGEN DAZS 90 E Broadway Jackson 307-739-1880 MIX YOGURT BAR Smith’s Plaza South Hwy 89 Jackson 307-201-1467 MOO’S GOURMET 110 Center St. Jackson 307-733-1998 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & CONCERT VENUES CENTER FOR THE ARTS 225 S. Cache Jackson 307-734-8956 GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL Teton Village 307-733-1128 gtmf.org MANGY MOOSE SALOON Teton Village 307.733.4913 mangymoose.net MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY BAR 25 N. Cache Jackson 307-733-2207 SILVER DOLLAR BAR & GRILL

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Broadway & Glenwood Jackson 307-732-3939 STAGECOACH BAR 5755 W. Hwy 22 Wilson 307-733-4407 JACKSON HOLE PLAYHOUSE & SADDLE ROCK SALOON 145 W. Deloney Jackson 307-733-6994 LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5000 fourseasons.com DRIGGS & VICTOR THE BRAKEMAN AMERICAN GRILL 27 N. Main St. Victor 208-787-2020 FORAGE 285 Little Ave., #A Driggs 208-354-2858 GRAND TETON BREWING 430 Old Jackson Hwy. Victor 208-787-9000 Come and enjoy a pint at the brewery that started craft brewing in the Tetons. Enjoy patio seating, horse shoes and bocci ball. Take your part in being green by filling your growler from a brewpub that introduced glass growlers in 1989. We offer complimentary beer tasting, merchandise, gifts and beer! Just stop by. HEADWATERS GRILLE 75 Headwaters Victor 208-787-3600

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KNOTTY PINE 58 S. Main St. Victor 208-787-2866 LEMONGRASS BISTRO 260 N. Main St. Driggs 208-354-0014 O’ROURKES RESTAURANT 42 E. Little Avenue Driggs 208-354-8115 ROYAL WOLF 63 Depot St. Driggs 208-354-8365 SCRATCH 185 W. Center St. Victor 208-787-5678 SPOONS BISTRO 32 W. Birch Victor 208-787-2478 TETON THAI 32 Birch Street Driggs 208-787-8424 TIMBERLINE BAR & GRILL 31 W. Center Victor 208-787-2639 TONY’S PIZZA & PASTA 364 N. Main St. Driggs 208-354-8829 WARBIRDS CAFE 675 Airport Rd. Driggs 208-354-2550 WILDLIFE BREWING & PIZZA 145 S. Main St. Victor 208-787-2623

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Center for the Arts. $50-$75. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. SEPTEMBER Weekly Events in Sept. Sundays Stage Coach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Old-time country, folk, Western. Free. (307)733-4407. Mondays Jackson Hole Hootenanny, 6 p.m. at Dornan’s in Moose. Visiting and local musicians are invited to perform a twosong set of acoustic music. Sign-up in advance. Free. (307)733-2415. Tuesdays Steam Powered Airplane, 9:30 p.m. at Town Square Tavern. Bluegrass. Free. (307)733-3886. One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. (307)733-2190. SEPTEMBER Daily Events in Sept. September 5 Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12-$20. (307)733-7927; jacksonholerodeo.us.

Parking lot. Visit historic valley ranches, where Jackson Hole’s cowboy heritage still thrives. $50. (307)733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. September 9 Taste of the Tetons, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Town Square. Valley chefs, restaurants and caterers put their best culinary work on display for sampling. Each taste ticket costs $1. (307)733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. September 10 Deconstructing the Beatles, at the Center for the Arts. $15 adults, $10 Students. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. September 10-15 Against the Grain, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. (307)733-2207 September 12 Fall Arts Festival Art Walk, 5

September 15 Jackson Hole Art Auction, at the Center for the Arts. Free. jacksonholeartauction.com. Steve Madalo, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Cost TBA. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. September 16 Art Brunch Gallery Walk, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at various locations. Join Jackson’s 30+ art galleries for brunch and festive beverages at this closingday celebration of Fall Arts Festival! (307)733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. September 20 Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at JH Gallery Association members galleries. Enjoy Jackson Hole’s world class art. Free. (307)732-5412; jacksonholegalleries.com.

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SUMMER in Jackson Hole ANTLER INN W. Pearl & Cache 307-733-2535

September 6 Fashion & Jewelry Show Gala, 6 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Runway fashion show, art auction and Gala Reception. $35-$125. (307)733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org.

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September 7 Palates & Palettes Gallery Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at various locations in Jackson. Free. (307)733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. September 8 Historic Ranch Tours, 3 p.m., meet at the Home Ranch

to 8 p.m. at various locations. Free. (307)733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com.

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COWBOY VILLAGE RESORT 800-4-TETONS

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