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Old Crow Medicine Show will be featured along with the Young Dubliners July 4 at Snow King Ball Park.

Teton Music Scene: A Summer Eruption By Aaron Davis If you just rolled into town thinking you escaped the big city scene for the last of the Old West, the Teton music scene will astonish you. Jackson Hole and Teton Valley, Idaho rival cities 25 times the population when it comes to national touring acts and a phenomenal local talent pool. Dig in. Free is your favorite word, right? There are three free music series, which are also all-ages with great family vibes – Music on Main in Victor, JacksonHoleLive in Jackson and Concert on the Commons in Teton Village. Music on Main has a shaded grassy space in Victor City park every Thursday and will bring The Fox Street Allstars (June 27), Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers with Screen Door

Porch (July 11), White Water Ramble with Benyaro (July 18), March 4th Marching Band with The Flannel Attractions (July 25), Monophonics (Aug. 1), Ray Wylie Hubbard (Aug. 8), and Vagabond Opera (Aug. 15). Concert in the Commons in Teton Village will feature a great lineup on Sundays beginning July 14 with DesertNoise, followed by Shooter Jennings (July 28), Ben Taylor (Aug. 4), Nahko and Medicine for the People with Yoga on the Commons (Aug. 11), and Everest (Aug. 18). JacksonHoleLive takes place on Snow King Ball Park at the base of Snow King Mountain. The series will stage Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real with The Flannel Attractions (June 29), Old Crow Medicine Show with The Young JACKSON HOLE AT NIGHT • WWW.JHWEEKLY.COM

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Dubliners, Parker Millsap, One Ton Pig, and Thomas Sneed. The Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra will perform live via simulcast from Walk Festival Hall (July 4), Steve Earle & the Dukes (July 14), and Robert Walter’s 20th Congress with The Maw Band (Aug. 3). For theater shows, it’s well worth the cash as intimacy, ambience and sound quality rise to the top. For Pink Garter Theatre shows, consider KISS Army (June 22, $15-$18), James McMurtry Band (June 25, $20-$25), Desert Noises, (July 14), Blackalicious (July 19, $19-$24), The Hold Steady (Aug. 1, $25), Xavier Rudd (Aug. 14, $27$30), 1964 The Tribute: Beatles (Aug. 24, $33-$35). At Center Theater, check out the Jazz Foundation of Jackson Hole Big Band (June 19, free), Paul Thorn (July 17, $25), Kathy Mattea (July 24, $40), Hootenanny in Concert (Aug. 12, $10), John Butler Trio (Aug. 13, $55-$65), and Shawn Mullins (Sept. 19, $28). 307Live.com is also putting on some killer shows in Jackson, mostly centered at the newly remodeled stage at Town Square Tavern. Take a load off with Major Zephyr (June 21), The Deadlocks (June 27, July 18, Aug. 23), Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band (June 28), Micky & the Motorcars (July 3), Andy Frasco & the UN (July 5-6), Bootleg Flyer (July 12), The Trishas (July 16), Orgone (July 17), Robert Earl Keen (July 25), John Kirlin & the High Plains Drifters (July 27), and Blistered Earth “The Ultimate Tribute to Metallica” (Aug. 3). Don’t miss out on the 8th Annual Crawfish Boil at Snow King Ball Park (June 23) featuring The Deadlocks, Screen Door Porch, Uncle Stack and the Attack, Three Piece Suit, Black Mother Jones, and Wood Smoke Rising. Also in club and bar land you’ll find live music at the Silver Dollar Bar (Fri., Sat., Tues.), jazz at The Granary (Thurs.-Sat.), Q Roadhouse (Thurs.), The Virginian Saloon (Fri.-Sat.), Million Dollar Cowboy Bar (nightly), Mangy Moose The Bird, and the Knotty Pine in Victor. Highlights at the Silver Dollar Bar include Bluegrass

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Shoot Jennings will entertain at Teton Village on July 28. Tuesdays with One Ton Pig as well as The Bus Drivers (June 21-22), Jackson Six (July 12-13), and Sageland Stomp (Aug. 9-10). A laundry list of great talent will also be found at Grand Targhee Resort— home of three festivals this summer and a treasure of a family-friendly, scenic venue. Events on tap here include: Widespread Panic’s 4th of July Music Fest with various acts (July 3-6), Targhee Fest (July 19-21), and the 26th Annual Bluegrass Festival (August 9-11). With an Americana/Southern rock slant to Targhee Fest, performers include Alabama Shakes, Bruce Hornsby and The Noisemakers, Los Lobos, and JJ Grey & Mofro, among others. Bluegrass Fest has a super strong lineup this year as well, hosting The Infamous Stringdusters, Trampled by Turtles, Elephant Revival, Greensky Bluegrass, Foghorn Stringband, Sam Bush Band, and Hayes Carll, among others. And if you are a picker and a grinner, consider the the 8th Annual Targhee Music Camp (Aug. 5-8). The easiest way to keep up-to-date on live music happenings is to pick up a weekly edition of JH Weekly. Enjoy the tunes! JHN


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Moose, Wyoming 307-733-2415 dornans.com ELEANOR’S 832 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-7901 E.LEAVEN FOOD CO. 175 Center St. Jackson 307-733-5600 THE GRANARY Spring Creek Resort 1800 Spirit Dance Jackson 307-733-8833 THE GUN BARREL STEAK & GAME HOUSE 862 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-3287 gunbarrel.com HAAGEN DAZS 90 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-739-1880 CAFÉ BOHEME 1110 Maple Way Jackson 307-733-(JAVA) 5282 IGNIGHT 945 W. Broadway Jackson Below Sidewinders 307-734-1977 Classy interior, with water walls, specializing in fresh fish, sushi, locally raised beef, flatbreads, seasonal salads and unique sandwiches. 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.

JACKSON HOLE PLAYHOUSE & SADDLE ROCK SALOON 145 W. Deloney Jackson 307-733-6994 jhplayhouse.com LIFT RESTAURANT 645 S. Cache Drive, Jackson 307-733-0043 LOTUS CAFE 145 N. Glenwood, Jackson 307-734-0882 LOCAL RESTAURANT & BAR 55 N. Cache Jackson 307-201-1717 www.localjh.com MACPHAIL’S BURGERS 399 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-8744 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY STEAKHOUSE 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-4790 cowboysteakhouse.com MILL IRON RANCH 3495 E. Horse Creek Rd. Jackson 307-733-6390 Enjoy an evening sleigh ride with family or friends in a rustic Wyoming landscape. Your view includes over 1,800 head of elk and picturesque mountains. You will be impressed with our friendly and knowledgeable drivers, entertained by their tall tales, and mesmerized by the scenery. Afterwards, join us in our lodge for our world famous t-bone steak dinner. see AT NIGHT page 11

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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 TVs while the kids play the newest games in our arcade? SIDEWINDERS. Dining options include pastas, New York style pizza, rotisserie chicken, burgers, barbeque pork, brisket, prime rib and salads.

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Mix’n It Up at NMWA Visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art during the day, and you will see the regular museum crowd: kids on a field trip getting herded around by a teacher and older couples milling about before they head back out in the RV. But you might be surprised to find out that once a month the typical crowd gives way to make room for the museum’s lively and growing night scene. That’s right, the art museum hosts one of the best après-work social events you didn’t know you were missing. Mix’d Media nights are held every second Thursday of the summer and winter months, drawing a crowd of young professionals and other locals who enjoy the exhibits, food, cocktails and live music. The Mix’d Media program launched at the museum in November 2011 and recently kicked off its second summer with a season-opening event in May. Led by Associate Curator of Education Amy Goicoechea and her team, these evenings are tailored to attract young community members and encourage them to enjoy and engage with the incredible art resources that lie within the museum. Each event has a theme and coincides with a specific exhibit or group of exhibits. The June event (June 13), centers around the Lost Bird Project, which features five bronze sculptures from artist Todd McGrain. The evening’s theme is birds, with details of the event following suit. Popular Jackson band Mandatory Air will be playing, Snake River Pale Ale will abound (don’t miss the swan on the label), and there will be a passenger pigeon origami craft available to those interested. Friends of Pathways will also host a bike valet at the base of the hill, and the first 50 attendees to arrive by bike will get a free dinner. Teton Science School will also be on hand with information on local bird advocacy; and to wrap the night, there will be a screening of the “Lost Bird Project” film with a Q&A with McGrain. In July, Mix’d Media presents the Ancient

Gift of the 2008 Collectors Circle, National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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John James Audubon (Santo Domingo, 1785 – 1851), Snowy Owls, c. 1830. Hand-Colored Engraving, 37 1/2 x 24 3/8”. Traditions event (July 11), which focuses on the museum’s Native American art exhibits. For entertainment, Gary Small and the Coyote Brothers — a Native American Music Awards Grammy-winning band — will play traditional Native American music with a modern twist. The evening will include Native-themed food and drinks as well as crafts including temporary tattoo pens for experimenting with one’s own Native design aesthetic. August marks the final summer Mix’d Media event (August 8) featuring Amazing Animals focusing on the animal-centric exhibits and highlighting artists John James Audubon and Andy Warhol. Mix’d Media events are on the second Thursday of the month, May through August, from 6 to 9 p.m. Entry is free. For more information, go to www.Facebook.com/WildlifeArtJH. JHN

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Summer’s Sweet Eats By Claire Rabun

DARREN SENN

You don’t need a sweet tooth to appreciate the treats offered by restaurants in and around Jackson this summer. The valley’s chefs have outdone themselves this season — so much so, that one look at the dessert menu, and you just might decide to skip the entrée. It’s hard to imagine summer without campfires and marshmallows cooked on a stick, but for those nights when you prefer to eat a s’more without grass in it, Trio is the place to go. Their rendition is cooked inside a brick pizza oven in a cast-iron skillet, giving it just enough woodsy edge for all its fine dining refinement. And speaking of cast iron, The Kitchen’s skillet cookie delicately rests at the intersection of crispy World-renowned chocolates at Coco Love. edges and gooey center when flash-cooked locals and vacationers alike every day. in the iron of its own pan, making this For an international taste, check out the childhood favorite impossible to resist. If classic Italian tiramisu at The Lift or the you prefer something a little more grown traditional Austrian apfel strudel at up, The Handle Bar serves up a Stout Steigler’s. Dolce offers an assortment of Float made with homemade vanilla ice the timeless donut with flavors like cinnacream and Snake River Brewing’s Zonker mon sugar, powdered sugar, glazed, and Stout. Speaking of booze, Bin22 keeps a freez- plain, all served with one of three dipping sauces: raspberry puree, dark chocolate, er full of its homemade Wyoming Whiskey and maple glaze. Or if you want a sweetice cream pints ready to pick up and take and-salty fix, head to Rendezvous Bistro to a backyard cookout. Another to-go and order the chocolate salted caramel option is Persephone’s delectable cake tart, which has a chocolate crust, caramel menu. Baked to order, this bakery is craftfilling and chopped pretzel topping. ing confections both classic and inventive, At Coco Love, world-renowned chocolatilike the Bee Sting which is a honey brown er Oscar Ortega has a glass case full of butter cake layered with caramel butterfancy chocolates filled with perfectly cream filling and coated with honey almond buttercream and candied almonds. finessed fruit sauces and creamy mousses. Spur also serves up award-worthy dessert Food Network chef Giada de Laurentiis options like its white chocolate raspberry named Snake River Grill’s Eskimo Bars poptart, served with a blueberry thyme the best dessert she’s ever eaten, and sauce, white chocolate crumble, and she’s not kidding. Drizzled in a thick housemade sorbet. caramel sauce, the Eskimo Bars are a If you prefer to stay on the healthier side miniature and beautifully elevated take on a Klondike Bar. If fruity dessert better suits of sweet eats, Lotus has a vegan, glutenfree carrot cardamom cake made with walyour palate, Scratch, over in Victor, Idaho, nuts, dates, cardamom, cinnamon, and a has a homemade strawberry shortcake coconut sauce. Moo’s Ice Cream is a that comes from a super secret recipe we smart choice as well, churning out all-natucan only guess at. Also over Teton Pass is ral and organic ice creams and sorbets in a the Victor Emporium, which serves up its variety of flavors. JHN iconic huckleberry milkshakes to lines of JACKSON HOLE AT NIGHT • WWW.JHWEEKLY.COM

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Come enjoy slope side sushi and specialty cocktails at Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Tuesday & Thursday Night Music 5-8pm Complimentary Valet

A contemporary American pub and beer hall, offering a modern twist on classic pub grub and summertime seafood grilling menu. Friday & Saturday Night Music 6:30-9:30pm Complimentary Valet

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Just the BARS JACKSON AMANGANI LOUNGE 1535 N.E. Butte 307-734-7333 THE BIRD 4125 S. Pub Place 307-732-2473 BLUE HERON Jackson Lake Lodge 307-543-2811 THE BLUE LION 160 N. Millward 307-733-3912 CUTTY’S Corner of Hwy. 22 & Hwy. 89 307-732-0001 DORNAN’S Moose, Wyoming 307-733-2415 ELEANOR’S BAR & GRILL 832 W. Broadway 307-733-7901 IGNIGHT 945 W. Broadway 307-734-1977 LOCAL RESTAURANT & BAR On the Town Square 307-201-1717 MERRY PIGLETS North of the Town Square 307-733-2699 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY BAR 25 N. Cache 307-733-4790 NANI’S 242 N. Glenwood 307-733-3888 RENDEZVOUS BISTRO 380 S. Broadway 307- 739-1100 THE ROSE 50 W. Broadway 307-733-1500 RUSTIC INN 475 N. Cache 800-323-9279 SIDEWINDERS SPORTS GRILL & TAVERN 945 W. Broadway 307-734-5766 SILVER DOLLAR BAR 50 N. Glenwood 307-732-3939 SNAKE RIVER BREWERY 265 S. Millward 307-739-2337 SNAKE RIVER GRILL 84 E. Broadway 307-733-0557 THAI ME UP 75 E. Pearl 307-733-0005 TOWN SQUARE TAVERN 20 E. Broadway 307-733-3886 VIRGINIAN SALOON 750 W. Broadway 307-739-9891

WILSON STAGECOACH BAR 5755 W. Hwy 22 307-733-4407

TETON VILLAGE ALPENHOF BISTRO In Teton Village 307-733-3462 CALICO ITALIAN RESTAURANT & BAR Teton Village Road 307-733-2460 COULOIR Fine Dining at 9,095 ft 307-739-2675 THE HANDLE BAR Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5157 ll VILLAGIO OSTERIA Hotel Terra 307-739-4100 LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5000 MANGY MOOSE SALOON At the base of the tram 307-734-0070 THE PINES RESTAURANT Teton Village Road 307-733-1005 Q ROADHOUSE 2550 Moose-Wilson Rd. 307-739-0700 SPUR RESTAURANT & BAR Teton Mountain Lodge 307-732-6932 STIEGLER’S In the Aspens 307-733-1071

VICTOR & DRIGGS GRAND TETON BREWING 430 Old Jackson Highway 208-787-9000 KNOTTY PINE 58 S. Main Street 208-787-2866 TIMBERLINE BAR & GRILL 31 W. Center 208-787-2639 WILDLIFE BREWING & PIZZA 145 S. Main Street 208-787-2623 JACKSON HOLE AT NIGHT • WWW.JHWEEKLY.COM

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Jesse West Lundeen

Greta Gretzinger

Jacob Tarazoff

Dwayne Harty

Jeff Archibald

Roger Hayden

Kelly Halpin

Jonathan Crosby

Scott Mellor

Aimee Babneau

Joe Arnold

COVER ART INITIATIVE 2013 Promoting emerging and established artists of Jackson Hole Show off your talent, contact us today! Send digital images (9.5” wide by 8” tall at 300 d.p.i.) to art@jhweekly.com. Submit three images cropped to the required size. Works chosen will appear on the cover, along with a brief bio, photo and details on where to learn more about the artists and their work. The object of this campaign is to promote local artists, so there will be no payment for selected works. We accept all mediums, submissions must be digital.

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The Trishas will rock Town Square Tavern on July 16.

Summer Event Calendar Compiled by Andy LaBonte Dates and times are subject to change.

WEEKLY EVENTS JUNE - SEPTEMBER SUNDAYS Stage Coach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Old-time country, folk, Western. Free. 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 7332415. Chanman, 7 p.m. at Pinky G’s. Ski Bum Music. Free. 7347465. JH Chorale Rehearsal, 7 p.m. at the Center for the Arts.

Dues are $25 per semester. 734-7474. TUESDAYS Uncle Stack and the Attack, 10 p.m. at Town Square Tavern. Classic rock, pop, hiphop. Free. 733-3646. Live Music, 5 to 8 p.m. at Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. 732-5000. One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. 733-2190. Historic Downtown Walking Tour, 10:30 a.m., meet on the Town Square. Free. 733-2124; jacksonholehistory.org. WEDNESDAYS Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12 - $20. 7337927; jacksonholerodeo.us. Karaoke, 9 p.m. at the

Virginian Saloon. Free. 7299891. THURSDAYS Open Mic, 7 to 10 p.m. at Eleanor’s. Free. 733-7901. Open Jam, 7 to 11 p.m. Open Mic 2nd and last Thursdays of the month. Free. 733-7392. Live Music, 5 to 8 p.m. at Four Seasons Lobby Lounge. Free. 732-5000. The Miller Sisters, 7 to 10 p.m. at the Q Roadhouse. Country soul. Free. 739-0700. Historic Downtown Walking Tour, 10:30 a.m., meet on the Town Square. Free. 733-2124; jacksonholehistory.org. Raptor Programming, 6 to 7 p.m. at The Handle Bar at the Four Seasons Resort (starting July 11). Free. 732-5157. FRIDAYS Live Music, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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at The Handle Bar at the Four Seasons. Free. 732-5157. Byron Tomingas, 6 to 9 p.m. at Jenny Lake Lodge. Solo guitar, not just classical. Free. 733-4647. Jazz Night, 7 to 10 p.m. at the Granary. Pam Drews Phillips on piano/vocals, Bill Plummer on bass, and Mike Calabrese on drums. Free. 733-8833. SATURDAYS Byron Tomingas, 6 to 9 p.m. at Jenny Lake Lodge. Solo guitar, not just classical. Free. 733-4637. Live Music, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Handle Bar at the Four Seasons. Free. 7325157. Pam Drews Phillips, 7 to 10 p.m. at the Granary. Jazz, standards and pop on the Grand Piano. Free. 733-8833. WYOBass, 10 p.m. at the Town Square Tavern. DJs. Free. 733-3546. Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. $12 - $20. 7337927; jacksonholerodeo.us. Historic Downtown Walking Tour, 2 p.m., meet on the Town Square. Free. 733-2124; jacksonholehistory.org. JUNE EVENTS JUNE 21 Major Zypher, 10 p.m. at Town Square Tavern. Rock, country, blues. Free. 7333646. Tedeschi Trucks Band, 7 p.m. at the Center Theater. $85/orchestra, $70/balcony. 733-4900; JHCenterForTheArts.org. The Bus Drivers, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Folk, Americana. Free. 7332190.

JUNE 22 The Bus Drivers, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Folk, Americana. Free. 7332190. Plein Air Festival, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Browse and bid on fresh artwork! Over 30 artists will create art “en plein air” for a Silent Auction in just four hours. Free. 733-5771; wildlifeart.org. JUNE 23 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 739-2675. JUNE 25 James McMurtry & Band, 10 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. Alt-country, rock. Tickets are $20/advance, $25/day-of-show at The Rose, Pinky G’s and PinkGarterTheatre.com. Maddy & Bo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Lobby Lounge of Four Seasons Resort. Pop, jazz. Free. 732-5000. Jim Stackhouse, 7 to 10 p.m. at Mangy Moose Saloon. Free. mangymoose.com. JUNE 27 Keith Phillips, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary atop E. Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, standards, and pop tunes. Free. 7328112. The Fox Street All Stars, 6 p.m. a Music On Main Concert. Victor City Park. Free. tetonvalleyfoundation.org. JUNE 28 Local Neighborhood Outlaws, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Folk-rock, roots. Free. 733-2190. Dirt Road Duo featuring Greg Creamer (guitar, vocals) and Keith Phillips (accordion), 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Warbirds Cafe in Driggs. Free. see CALENDAR page 20

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At Night Listings JACKSON Asian & Sushi to JACKSON Mexican Cuisine

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 44th year. Voted best salsa in JH Weekly’s Best of 2013 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 307-733-0330 DORNAN’S PIZZA & PASTA Moose, Wyoming 307-733-2415 www.dornans.com 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 see AT NIGHT page 21


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208-354-2500. Nightlite Dash, 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Spud Drive-In in Driggs. A glow in the dark fun run and obstacle course, then join us for the After Glow after party. $45. nightlitedash.com. The Flannel Attactions, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Indie-folk, bluegrass. Free. 739-2675. Brian Jordan Band, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Mangy Moose Saloon. $7. mangymoose.com. JUNE 29 2013 Outerlocal Summer Games, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Snow King Moutain. Free. outerlocal.com. Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real with The Flannel Attractions at 6 p.m., at Snow King Ball Park. Free. JacksonHoleLiveMusic.com. Local Neighborhood Outlaws, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Folk-rock, roots. Free. 733-2190. Midnight Cowboys, 9 p.m. at the Virginian Saloon. Classic rock. Free. 739-9891. JUNE 30 Luciano, 10 p.m. at the Knotty Pine in Victor. Reggae. $20/advance, $22/day-ofshow. 208-787-2866. JULY EVENTS JULY 1 Marshall Star, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country. 733-2207. The Hold Steady, 9:30 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. Tickets TBA. PinkGarterTheatre.com. JULY 2 Maddy & Bo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Lobby Lounge of Four Seasons Resort. Pop, jazz. Free. 732-5000. JULY 3-6

Widespread Panic 4th of July Festival, three days of Panic mayhem. grandtarghee.com. JULY 4 Jackson Hole Jaycees Pancake Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m. on Center St. Expect a hearty breakfast to fuel you for the day. Adults $10, Children $5. jacksonholechamber.com. Howdy Pardners 4th of July Parade, 10:30 a.m. Parade begins on Snow King Avenue to Glenwood, continues on Broadway and ends on Willow St. jacksonholechamber.com. JacksonHoleLive Concert, 2 to 10 p.m. at Snow King Ball Park. The outdoor concert will feature Old Crow Medicine Show, The Young Dubliners, Parker Millsap, One Ton Pig and Thomas Sneed. jacksonholelivemusic.com. Music in the Hole 6 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. A celebration of patriotism and community. Calle Mambo takes the stage at 7:30 p.m., fireworks start at 10 p.m. Free. gtmf.org. Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m. A fine Western tradition not to be missed. jhrodeo.com. Jackson Hole Fireworks, 10 p.m. Enjoy firework shows at two location: the base of Snow King Mountain and in Teton Village. jacksonholechamber.com. JULY 4 – 7 Teton Valley Balloon Rally, 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. Enjoy four mornings of hot air balloon flights at Teton County Fairgrounds in Driggs. $250 $300 per person/single, $400 - $500/double. tetonvalleyballoonrally.com. JULY 5 Summer Rapture, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. $10 student/$54 adult. gtmf.org. South Pass The Musical, 8

p.m. at the Center for the Arts. an epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 7 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 739-2675. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 8 South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. Wendy Colona, 7 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Dinner show with singer-songwriter Wendy Colona. Families welcome. Free. 690-0555. JULY 8 – 18 Art Across the Universe, 8:30 a.m. at the Center for the Arts. An art and science festival that bring together artists and educators that lead a range of activities combining creativity and science for all ages. 7394900; jhcenterforthearts.org. JULY 9 Unfinished Business, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. A casual, chamber music concert hosted my Roger Oyster. Free. gtmf.org. Leif & Michael Jazz Duo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Deck in Teton Village. Free. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical

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Stephen C.Detz and Jeanne Mackenzie. Artists will paint landscape scenes using oil or watercolor mediums and their plein air easels while interacting with the public. Free. 5432910; grandtetonpark.org. JULY 14 Desert Noise, 7:30 p.m. a Concert on the Commons in Teton Village. This foursome makes music made for shouting into canyons and jumping into rivers. This band is just beginning to unfold. jacksonhole.com. JacksonHoleLive Concert, 5 p.m. at Snow King Ball Park. The outdoor concert will feature Steve Early & The Dukes, The Mastersons and Major Zephyr. jacksonholelivemusic.com. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 15 South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 16 Music Machine, 6:15 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. Family concert. Free. gtmf.org. Maddy & Bo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Lobby Lounge of Four Seasons Resort. Pop, jazz. Free. 732-5000. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and see CALENDAR page 24

At Night Listings JACKSON Italian/Pizza to JACKSON Bars & Lounges

PIZZERIA CALDERA 20 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-201-1472 Pizzeria Caldera is a stone-hearth oven pizzeria, serving Napolitana-style pizzas with fresh ingredients in traditional and creative combinations. Lunch specials and Happy Hour. Open daily 11 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

PIZZA HUT 180 Powderhorn, Jackson 307-733-8550 BARS & LOUNGES AMANGANI LOUNGE 1535 N.E. Butte, Jackson 307-734-7333 BIN 22 200 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-739-9463 THE BIRD 4125 S. Pub Place, Jackson 307-732-BIRD THE BLUE LION 160 N. Millward, Jackson 307-733-3912 ELEANOR’S 832 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-7901 NANI’S 242 N. Glenwood, Jackson 307-733-3888 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 sandwiches. 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. see AT NIGHT page 23

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At Night Listings JACKSON Bars & Lounges to JACKSON Take Out 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 50 N. Glenwood, Jackson at The Wort Hotel 307-732-3939 SNAKE RIVER BREWERY AND RESTAURANT 265 S. Millward, Jackson 307-739-BEER snakeriverbrewing.com

VIRGINIAN SALOON 750 W. Broadway Jackson 307-739-9891

PHILLY’S PHINEST 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-734-8242

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.

QUIZNO’S 1325 S. Hwy. 89, Jackson 307-733-0201

TOWN SQUARE TAVERN 20 E. Broadway Jackson 307-733-3886

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DELICATESSENS BACKCOUNTRY PROVISIONS 85 W. Deloney, Jackson 307-734-9430 CREEKSIDE MARKET & DELI 545 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-7926 FULL STEAM SUBS 180 N. Center, Jackson 307-733-3448 HEIDI’S BROOKLYN DELI 365 W. Broadway, Jackson heidisbrooklyndeli.com JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 975 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0450

SNAKE RIVER GRILL 84 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0557 snakerivergrill.com

NEW YORK CITY SUB SHOP 20 N. Jackson, Jackson 307-733-4414

THAI ME UP 75 E. Pearl, Jackson 307-733-0005

PEARL STREET BAGELS 145 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-739-2585

TRIO 45 S. Glenwood, Jackson 307-734-8038

PEARL ST. MEAT & FISH 40 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-733-1300

SHADE’S CAFE 82 S. King, Jackson 307-733-2015 SUBWAY 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-739-1965

JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 974 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0450 jacksonwholegrocer.com PEARL ST. MEAT & FISH 40 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-733-1300 VOM FASS 60 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-1535 TAKE OUT DINE IN WYOMING www.dineInWY.com 888-303-3463 Sushi, Mexican, Italian, Chinese, seafood, steaks, burgers, ribs and so much more delivered to your door! Dine In Wyoming is a restaurant and food delivery service serving Jackson, Teton Village, Wilson and the surrounding area. Order online or call us today!

KIM’S CORNER 970 W. Broadway or Snow King Center Jackson 307-413-8331 MCDONALDS 1110 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-7444 Great quality and service come together at Jackson Hole’s consee AT NIGHT page 25

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explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 17 The Collective, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. This Nashvillebased a capella singing roup was a finalist on NBC’s “SingOff” and includes Jackson local Isaac Hayden. $35-45. gtmf.org. Paul Thorn, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Country, blues, rock. $25. 739-4900; jhcenterforthearts.com. WindSync, 5 p.m. on the Center for the Arts lawn. Unique approach to classical music. 733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. JULY 18 White Water Ramble, 6 p.m. a Music On Main Concert. Victor City Park. Free. tetonvalleyfoundation.org. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. Art Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at various art galleries. Enjoy fine art and experience the vibrant Jackson art scene with good food and wine. Free. 7333316. JULY 19 The Trumpets Will Sound, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. Featuring conductor Matthias Pintscher. $10 student/$54 adult. gtmf.org. Art Fair Jackson Hole, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at various art galleries. Showcasing over 170 artists from around the country. Food and entertainment. $5. artassociation.org. Plein Air for the Park Art Show and Sale, 5 p.m. at the Craig Thomas Discovery and

Visitor Center in Moose. Free. grandtetonpark.org. Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Deck in Teton Village. Rock. Free. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. Thin Air Shakespeare, 7 p.m. at the Center for the Arts Amphitheater. Off Square Theatre Company will present outdoor Shakespeare on the Center Lawn and will host actors from New York in a residency. Free. 733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. JULY 19 – 21 9th Annual Targhee Fest, at Grand Targhee Resort. Featuring Alabama Shakes, Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers, Los Lobos, Wood Brothers, JJ Grey and Mofro, Courtyard Hounds, Anders Osbourne and more. grandtarghee.com. Art Fair Jackson Hole, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Miller Park. Showcasing over 170 artists from around the country. Food and entertainment. $5 per day. artassociation.org. JULY 20 The Trumpets Will Sound, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. Featuring conductor Matthias Pintscher. $10 student/$54 adult. gtmf.org. Thin Air Shakespeare, 7 p.m. at the Center for the Arts Amphitheater. Off Square Theatre Company will present outdoor Shakespeare on the Center Lawn and will host actors from New York in a residency. Free. 733-4900; jhcen-

terforthearts.org. Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 22 American Indian Storytelling and Sacajawea program, 7 p.m. at the Colter Bay Visitor Center. Featuring local author and historian Ken Thomasma. Free. grandtetonpark.org. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 23 A Night at the Opera, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. A casual, chamber music concert. Free. gtmf.org. Leif & Michael Jazz Duo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 7392675. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. JULY 24 Christopher O’Riley - Out of My Hands, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. A classicalcrossover pianist, Mr. O’Riley’s latest release, “Out Of My Hands,” includes the music of R.E.M. Cocteau Twins, Pink see CALENDAR page 26

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At Night Listings JACKSON Take Out to TETON VILLAGE ROAD Bars & Lounges venient and affordable latenight restaurant. Open and serving your favorites daily until midnight, and later Friday and Saturday nights. Satisfy your late cravings at Mickey D’s!

BEER, WINE & LIQUOR BUD’S EASTSIDE LIQUOR 582 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-1181 BIN 22 200 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-739-9463 JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 974 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0450 jacksonwholegrocer.com

JACKSON HOLE ROASTERS 50 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-200-6099

COFFEE/CAFE PEARL STREET BAGELS 145 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-739-2585 STARBUCK’S Inside Albertson’s 105 Buffalo Way, Jackson 307-733-5950

CHIPPY’S KITCHEN AND CATERING 1295 N. West St., Wilson 307-734-1456

Q ROADHOUSE 2550 Teton Village Road 307-739-0700

PLAZA LIQUORS 832 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-8888

STIEGLER’S AUSTRIAN RESTAURANT 3535 Teton Village Rd. 307-733-1071

COFFEE/CAFE THE BUNNERY 130 N. Cache, Jackson (307) 734-0075 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

PEARL STREET BAGELS Highway 22, Wilson 307-739-3012 TETON VILLAGE RD CONTINENTAL CUISINE

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

VIRGINIAN LIQUOR STORE 750 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-2792

ELEVATED GROUNDS 3445 N. Pines Way Ste. 102, Wilson 307-734-1343

TOWN OF WILSON CONTINENTAL CUISINE

THE LIQUOR STORE /THE WINE LOFT 115 Buffalo Way, Jackson 307-733-4466

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

Highway 22, Wilson 307-733-4590

THE PINES RESTAURANT 3450 N. Clubhouse Rd. 307-733-1005 ASIAN & SUSHI SUDACHI 346 N. Pines Way Teton Village Road 307-734-7832

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

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 STIEGLER’S COPPER BAR 3535 Teton Village Road 307- 733-1071 THE PINES RESTAURANT Teton Pines see AT NIGHT page 27

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Floyd and more. $35-45. gtmf.org. Kathy Mattea, at the Center for the Arts. Mattea’s new release celebrates the Appalachan culture and expands the vocabulary of acoustic roots music. $40. 733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. Teton County Fair Rodeo, 7 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Carnival, water park, entertainment, vendors and nightly events. tetonwyo.org/fair. JULY 25 March 4th Marching Band, 6 p.m. a Music On Main Concert. Victor City Park. Free. tetonvalleyfoundation.org. South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. Teton County Fair Pig

Wrestling, 7:30 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Carnival, water park, entertainment, vendors and nightly events. tetonwyo.org/fair. JULY 26 South Pass The Musical, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An epic musical theatrical experience based on the life of mountain man and explorer Jedediah Smith. $15 - $35. 733-4900; jhcenterfor thearts.org. Teton County Fair Concert, 7 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Featuring Banda Los Lagos. Carnival, water park, entertainment, vendors and nightly events. tetonwyo.org/fair. JULY 27 Fly Paper, 9:30 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. This four piece band fuses elements of rock, folk, and blues into an unforgettable musical experience. $5. mangymoose.com. Teton County Fair Rodeo, 7

p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Carnival, water park, entertainment, vendors and nightly events. tetonwyo.org/fair. JULY 28 Shooter Jennings, 7:30 p.m. a Concert on the Commons in Teton Village. Shooter is the son of country music legend Waylon Jennnings but has his own unique sound and style. jacksonhole.com. Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. Teton County Fair Figure 8 Races, 7 p.m. at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Carnival, water park, entertainment, vendors and nightly events. tetonwyo.org/fair. JULY 30 Leif & Michael Jazz Duo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 7392675. JULY 31 see CALENDAR page 28

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At Night Listings TETON VILLAGE RD Bars & Lounges to Sweets and Treats Teton Village Road 307- 733-1005 BEER, WINE & LIQUOR

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

Teton Village 307-733-4913 mangymoose.net BEER, WINE & LIQUOR

WESTSIDE WINE & SPIRITS In The Aspens 307-733-5038

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

TETON VILLAGE CONTINENTAL CUISINE

ASIAN AND SUSHI

MANGY MOOSE MARKET & CELLARS Mangy Moose Bldg. Teton Village 307-734-0070

ALPENHOF BISTRO Teton Village 307-733-3242

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

TETON VILLAGE BOTTLE SHOP 3200 W. McCollister 307-732-2337

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

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

SWEETS ’N’ TREATS

COULOIR Top of the Bridger Gondola Teton Village 307-739-2675 couloirrestaurant.com

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

GAMEFISH Inside the Snake River Lodge & Spa 7710 Granite Loop Road Teton Village 307-732-6040

II VILLAGIO OSTERIA Hotel Terra Teton Village 307-739-4100

MANGY MOOSE RESTAURANT & SALOON Teton Village 307-733-4913 mangymoose.net LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5000 SPUR RESTAURANT & BAR Teton Mountan Lodge Teton Village 307-732-6932 THE HANDLE BAR Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5157

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ATELIER ORTEGA 150 Scott Lane Jackson 307-734-6400 www.atelierortega.com BLUEBIRD YOGURT Inside Albertsons Jackson 307-699-4901 COCOLOVE 53 N. Glenwood Jackson 307-734-6400

BARS & LOUNGES ALPENHOF BISTRO Teton Village 307-733-3242 aplenhoflodge.com SPUR BAR & RESTAURANT Teton Mountan Lodge Teton Village 307-732-6932 COULOIR Teton Village 307-739-2675 couloirrestaurant.com LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5000 MANGY MOOSE RESTAURANT & SALOON

DULCE 170 N. Cache Jackson 307-200-6071 E.LEAVEN FOOD CO. 175 Center, Jackson 307-733-5600 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, Jackson 307-733-1998 see AT NIGHT page 29

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EntreFlamenco Company 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. A flamenco experience/performance from this award-winning company in Texas. $3545 gtmf.org. WindSync, 5 p.m. on the Center for the Arts lawn. Unique approach to classical music. 733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. AUGUST AUGUST 1 Monophonics, 6 p.m. a Music On Main Concert. Victor City Park. Free. tetonvalleyfoundation.org. AUGUST 2 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. AUGUST 3 JacksonHoleLive Concert, 5 p.m. at Snow King Ball Park. The outdoor concert will feature Robert Walter’s 20th Congress and Maw Band for this 1st Annual Suds & Sounds Brew Fest. Free. jacksonholelivemusic.com. AUGUST 4 Ben Taylor, 7:30 p.m. a Concert on the Commons in Teton Village. The son of James Taylor flawlessly fuses folk, pop, soul, urban, regae and country. His songs encourage the listener to find their own meaning in his words. jacksonhole.com. AUGUST 6 Leif & Michael Jazz Duo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 7392675. AUGUST 7 Richard Brown Orchestra, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. A tribute concert celebrating the works of some of America’s favorite composers, writers

and performers. $35-45. gtmf.org. WindSync, 5 p.m. on the Center for the Arts lawn. Unique approach to classical music. 733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. AUGUST 8 Latin Fire, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. $10 student/$54 Adult. gtmf.org. Ray Wylie Hubbard, 6 p.m. a Music On Main Concert. Victor City Park. Free. tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Mix’d Media, 6 p.m. at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Featuring animal-centric exhibits from John James Audubon and Andy Warhol. Art, food, music and family fun outdoors on the sculpture trail. Free. 733-5771; wildlifeart.org. AUGUST 9 Latin Fire, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. $10 student/$54 Adult. gtmf.org New York City Ballet MOVES, 1:30 and 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Made up of 20 principals, soloists,and corps de ballet, the artistry of New York City Ballet MOVES inspires awe in every performance. $35 - $75. 733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. AUGUST 9-11 Targhee Bluegrass Festival, at Grand Targhee Resort. Three days and nights of outdoor concerts including The Infamous Stringdusters, Trampled By Turtles, Greensky Bluegrass, Sam Bush Band, Donna the Buffalo and more. grandtarghee.com. AUGUST 10 Artists in the Environment, 25 p.m. at Cunningham Cabin. Artist Wendell Field will paint landscape scenes using oil or watercolor mediums and his plein air easel while interact-

ing with the public. Free. 5432910; grandtetonpark.org. AUGUST 11 Nahko and Medicine for the People, 7:30 p.m. a Concert on the Commons in Teton Village. Nahko delivers a soulful dose of curative vibrations that moves audiences to dance, laugh and cry. Free. jacksonhole.com. AUGUST 13 John Butler Trio, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. $65 Orchestra; $55 Balcony. jhcenterforthearts.org. Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. AUGUST 14 Bravo Broadway, 8 p.m. at Walk Festival Hall. gtmf.org. Xavier Rudd, 10 p.m. at Pink Garter Theatre. 733-1500. AUGUST 15 Vagabond Opera, 6 p.m. a Music On Main Concert. Victor City Park. Free. tetonvalleyfoundation.org. Art Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at various art galleries. Enjoy fine art and experience the vibrant Jackson art scene with good food and wine. Look for the Art Walk banners. Free. 7333316. AUGUST 16 – 18 Art Fair Jackson Hole, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Miller Park. Showcasing over 170 artists from around the country. Food and entertainment. $5 per day. artassociation.org. AUGUST 18 Everest, 7:30 p.m. a Concert on the Commons in Teton Village. The LA-based band Everest brings slack-jaw stoner riffing and more ghostly, latenight harmonics. Free. jacksonhole.com.

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At Night Listings TETON VILLAGE Sweets and Treats to ALPINE PERSEPHONE BAKERY 165 E. Broadway Jackson 307-734-1700 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & CONCERT VENUES CENTER FOR THE ARTS 225 S. Cache Jackson 307-734-8956 JACKSON HOLE PLAYHOUSE & SADDLE ROCK SALOON 145 W. Deloney Jackson 307-733-6994 GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL Teton Village 307-733-1128 gtmf.org LOBBY LOUNGE Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5000 fourseasons.com MANGY MOOSE SALOON Teton Village 307.733.4913 mangymoose.net MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY BAR 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2207 THE PINK GARTER THEATRE 50 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-1500 pinkgartertheatre.com SILVER DOLLAR BAR & GRILL Broadway & Glenwood Jackson 307-732-3939 STAGECOACH BAR 5755 W. Hwy 22 Wilson 307-733-4407

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TOWN SQUARE TAVERN 20 E. Broadway Jackson Town Square 307-733-3886 DRIGGS & VICTOR BANGKOK KITCHEN 220 N. Main St., Driggs 208-354-6666 BIG HOLE BBQ 22 W. Center St., Victor 208-270-9919 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. 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.

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 THE EMPORIUM 45 S. Main St., Victor 208-787-2221 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 ALPINE

GRUMPY’S GOAT SHACK 37 S. Main, Victor 208-787-2092

BULL MOOSE SALOON Highway 89, Alpine 307-654-7593

HEADWATERS GRILLE 75 Headwaters, Victor 208-787-3600

FLYING SADDLE Highway 89, Alpine 307-654-4422

KNOTTY PINE 58 S. Main St., Victor 208-787-2866

THE NORDIC INN 1 Colonial Lane, Alpine 307-654-7556

LEMONGRASS BISTRO 260 N. Main St., Driggs 208-354-0014

RIVER’S COFFEE Highway 89, Alpine 307-654-7508

O’ROURKES RESTAURANT 42 E. Little Ave., Driggs 208-354-8115

TAVERN ON THE GREYS 25 Highway 89, Alpine 307-654-7540

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AUGUST 20 Maddy & Bo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Lobby Lounge of Four Seasons Resort. Pop, jazz. Free. 732-5000. Jim Stackhouse, 7 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Families welcome. Free. mangymoose.com. AUGUST 23 JacksonHoleLive Concert, 2 to 10 p.m. at Snow King Ball Park. Outdoor concert featuring Jeff Austin & Friends /Family of the Year. Free. jacksonholelivemusic.com. AUGUST 25 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. AUGUST 27 Leif & Michael Jazz Duo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 7392675.

An Evening with Immaculee, 8 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. A Benefit for Father Ubald and the Center for the Secret of Peace. $35 - $45. 733-4900; jhcenterforthearts.org. AUGUST 29 Open Jam, 7 to 11 p.m. at Cowboy Coffee. All-ages. Free. 733-7392. AUGUST 30 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 3 Leif & Michael Jazz Duo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 7392675. SEPTEMBER 5 Fashion & Jewelry Show

Gala, 6 to 9 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. An upclose-and-personal, live-model Jewelry Show and Champagne Reception, followed by the Design Excellence Awards Ceremony. $35-$125. 7334900; jhcenterforthearts.org. SEPTEMBER 6 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. Western Design Conference Exhibit Sale, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Snow King Center. Over 100 exhibitors showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories. $15. westerndesignconfrence.com. Palates & Palettes Gallery Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at all Jackson art galleries. More than 30 art galleries open their doors to showcase mag-

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nificent art paired with food, wine and music. Free. 7333316. SEPTEMBER 7 Western Design Conference Exhibit Sale, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Snow King Center. Over 100 exhibitors showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories. $15. westerndesignconfrence.com. SEPTEMBER 8 Western Design Conference Exhibit Sale, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Snow King Center. Over 100 exhibitors showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories. $15. westerndesignconfrence.com. Takin’ it to the Streets, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Town Square. An open-air, juried art fair featuring 40 local artists, including some of Jackson’s finest, selling an array of fine artwork. Free. 733-8792.

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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 is $1. 733-3316. SEPTEMBER 10 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. SEPTEMBER 11 Art Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. at various art galleries. Enjoy fine art and experience the vibrant Jackson art scene with good food and wine. Look for the Art Walk banners. Free. 7333316. SEPTEMBER 12 Whiskey Mornin’, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lobby of the Four Seasons Resort. Rock. Free. 732-5000. Wild West Party, 6:30 p.m. at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The money raised from this fundraiser supports

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the Education Programming at the Museum. $150. 7325411. SEPTEMBER 14 Jackson Hole QuickDraw Art Sale and Auction, 9 a.m. on the Town Square. Nationally, regionally, and locally recognized artists paint and sculpt as spectators look on. Free. SEPTEMBER 17 Leif & Michael Jazz Duo, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Deck in Teton Village. Free. 7392675. SEPTEMBER 14 Artists in the Environment, 9 to 11 a.m. at String Lake. Artist Fred Kingwill will paint landscape scenes using oil or watercolor mediums and his plein air easel while interacting with the public. Free. 5432910; grandtetonpark.org. SEPTEMBER 19 Shawn Mullins, 8 p.m. at Center for the Arts. jhcenterfor thearts.org.


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Jackson Hole at Night Summer 2013  

Insider's guide to nightlife in the Tetons.