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Sleigh Ride & Dinner at Mill Iron Ranch

One of Jackson’s Top Winter Activities

Enjoy an evening sleigh ride with family and friends followed by Chancy's world famous t-bone steak dinner in our lodge. (other meal options available) Family Owned and Operated • Located just a short drive from Jackson Reservations: (307) 733-6390 / (888) 808-6390 • MillIronRanch.net - kimmillironranch@gmail.com

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Civil Twilight performs atmospheric rock at the Center for the Arts January 17.

Acoustic to velvet-lined Area venues offer lively music scene. BY AARON DAVIS Just as the snow flies and layers our mountains, area venues are stacking entertainment for what has developed into a lively music scene of theaters, wine shops, acoustic listening rooms, clubs and bars. The 525-seat, state-of-the-art Center Theater in the Center for the Arts is located two blocks south of the Town Square. The winter season kicks off with a rare concert from local folk singersongwriter Beth McIntosh (Dec. 22, $8$12), followed by folk-blues artist Ruthie Foster and her trio (Jan. 10, $26-$36), atmospheric rock quartet Civil Twilight (Jan. 17, $26-$36), The Harlem Gospel Choir (Jan. 19, $46), and the Jackson Hole Showcase (Feb. 15). $1 of each

ticket sale will get donated to a featured “Center Resident.” The historic Pink Garter Theatre was revived less than a year ago. The red velvet-lined room features seating in the back and standing room towards the stage. A peak into the winter season features local CD Release with rockers Mandatory Air (Dec. 14, $10), Jerry Joseph (Dec. 18), legendary blues band Hot Tuna (Feb. 15, $35-$40), and Cajun slamgrass purveyors Leftover Salmon (March 3). If an intimate, acoustic venue is your style, don’t miss a chance to catch a show at Dornan’s in Moose. Acts include Western folk artist Chuck Pyle (Jan 8-9, $15), and Ben Winship with Tom Marshall and Thomas Sneed (Jan. 15, $15). JACKSON HOLE AT NIGHT • WWW.JHWEEKLY.COM

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Ben Winship and Tram Jam play consistently around Jackson. Harlem Gospel Choir will perform Saturday, Jan. 19. Catch James McMurtry Dec. 29. As for the Silver Dollar Bar in the Wort Hotel, Bluegrass Tuesdays with One Ton Pig is popular with the locals, while some of the Friday/Saturday shows welcome Dixieland band Jackson Six (Dec 21-22), country-blues band Boondocks (Feb. 89), as well as New Year’s Eve with Screen Door Porch. After a big day of powder thrashing, the après-ski culture in the Tetons is unmatched, with shows typically in the 3 to 7 p.m. time frame, and even in the morning. Keep an eye out for the infamous Tram Jam band playing ski bum music in all weather conditions, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., every Saturday at the base of Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR). Also in Teton Village, look to Four Seasons Resort

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(Thu.-Sun.), the Alpenhof Lodge (weekends), and the Mangy Moose Saloon – which hosts outlaw country band Ghost Rider every Sunday and roots-rock quartet Screen Door Porch on Wednesdays. Mandatory Air will play New Year’s Eve atop the Gondola at Couloir Restaurant ($50). The Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort monopolizes a killer après ski vibe on the west slope. The calendar shows Moonshine Mary’s White Lightning Invitational Open Mic every Tuesday, Ben Winship and friends (Dec. 15, Jan. 24, March 14), and rock band The Hooligans (Jan. 3-5), among others. Be sure to check JH Weekly’s comprehensive music calendar for up-to-date information. NLG

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YOUR GUIDE TO FOOD AND DRINK BEGINS HERE JACKSON CONTINENTAL CUISINE 43 NORTH 645 S. Cache, Jackson 307-733-0043 AMANGANI GRILL 1535 N.E. Butte Rd. Jackson 307-734-7333 ATELIER ORTEGA 150 Scott Lane Jackson 307-734-6400 THE ATRIUM Snow King Resort 400 E. Snow King Jackson 307-734-3236 THE BIRD 4125 S. Pub Place Jackson 307-732-BIRD BLUE LION 160 N. Millward Jackson 307-733-3912 BUBBA’S BAR-B-QUE 100 Flat Creek Drive Jackson 307-733-2288 CAFE GENEVIEVE 135 E. Broadway Jackson 307-734-1970 DANNA 520 S. Hwy. 89 Jackson 307-200-6088 www.DannaJH.com DOWN ON GLEN 25 S. Glenwood

Jackson 307-733-4422 DORNAN’S PIZZA & PASTA COMPANY Moose, Wyoming 307-733-2415 dornans.com ELEANOR’S BAR & GRILL 832 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-7901 THE GRANARY Spring Creek Resort 1800 Spirit Dance Jackson 307-733-8833 THE GARAGE 72 S. Glenwood Jackson 307-733-8575 THE GUN BARREL STEAK & GAME HOUSE 862 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-3287 gunbarrel.com HAAGEN DAZS 90 E. Broadway Jackson 307-739-1880

al 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 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

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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 see AT NIGHT page 11

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Snow King winter haven From tubing to hockey, the fun sparkles on the town hill.

For many, after the sun sets over the mountains it is time to take in a movie, go out to dinner, or hit the bars for some cocktails. But it turns out Jackson is a town sitting right at the base of a great mountain that provides activities to keep the sports action going well into the night. From night skiing to hockey games, Snow King is the place to be for those that aren’t ready to Night skiing rules at Snow King. kick back and sit by the fire. Night Skiing If you are here to ski, why stop when the sun goes down? Wyoming’s first ski resort – Snow King Ski Area – was founded in 1939, and although not the largest ski area in the West, boasts some of the steepest terrain per acre in North America. The “town hill,” as locals call it, keeps its lights on into the evening for skiers and snowboarders looking to cruise the wide open groomers, slither through the tight trees, or show off tricks on the jumps and rails in the terrain park. Of course the lifts run all day, but starting at 4 p.m. you can ski until they kick you off the mountain for just $25.

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Tubing Not into skiing or you have just plain had enough? No problem, tubing on the town hill is a relaxing and easy way to slide down the mountain and enjoy crisp mountain air. The more people you go with, the merrier. The friendly staff at the tube park hooks you up to the towrope that will pull you up to the top of the track. After helping you unload at the top, they have creative ways to get groups hooked up together. The last question before they shove you off is: Would you like a spin? And away you go. Take as many laps as you like, the tube park charges by the hour. Tube Park Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Jackson Hole Moose Hockey At the base of Snow King the Jackson Hole Moose host hockey teams from all over the West for heavy hitting, full contact Senior A division games. The games are in the Snow King Sports & Events Center and are the perfect chance to take in a winter sport without having to withstand sub-zero temperatures. Moose hockey is not only a change to see high-paced action, no holds barred fights and great local music, but also a social event to mingle with friends while enjoying food and adult beverages. Check out the events calendar for the full list of Moose home games. NLG

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Sample America’s most award-winning beers fresh from the source while enjoying lunch and dinner. Experience our atmosphere while dining on delicious wood-fired pizzas, pastas, burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts. $7 lunch menu served from 11:30am - 3pm. Happy hours daily from 4-6pm with $1 off pints and killer nachos. Open daily 11:30am to midnight. Free wi-fi. SNAKE RIVER GRILL 84 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0557 snakerivergrill.com SWEETWATER RESTAURANT 85 King, Jackson 307-733-3553 TRIO 45 S. Glenwood, Jackson 307-734-8038 VIRGINIAN RESTAURANT 740 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-4330 WILD GRASS (inside Wyoming Inn) 930 W. Broadway 800-844-0035 WILD SAGE RESTAURANT Rusty Parrot Lodge 175 N. Jackson 307-733-2000 rustyparrot.com ASIAN & SUSHI BON APPE THAI 245 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-734-0245

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Turbans are making a trendy comeback, adding style to functionality.

Warm and sexy back together again BY ABBIE MILLER Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean we have to abandon our style sensibilities. After a long day of trudging in the snow it takes fortitude to go the extra mile for a sassy look, but it doesn’t have to be as arduous as you think. How does one feel and look sexy when it’s twenty below? The answer is to have some key staples in your wardrobe that are as warm and easy as putting on that Patagonia or favorite beanie. And a set of deep red lips never hurt to amp your day to night style. This season I have spotted Jackson women wearing the reinvented sweater

tunic. This new style of dress offers a chic counterbalance to the clunky and all too androgynous cable knit sweater. Look for flat wool and soft knit options that aren’t too bulky and cleverly show off one of your favorite assets. For instance, at Queenie and Co. I found a black wool embellished sweater dress that had a plunging v-back to draw the eye. Or go for a knit mini skirt with a sleek top and layer with boots and chunky jewelry. I spotted local graphic designer Jenny Francis sporting a similar attitude, rocking an off-the-shoulder, chestnut-colored knit dress. Reminiscent of a 1950s Marilyn Monroe silhouette, Francis’ look JACKSON HOLE AT NIGHT • WWW.JHWEEKLY.COM

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was ultra feminine and sexy without the fuss and crisp of its predecessors’ make. She chose menswearinspired, tan lace-up boots, paired with scrunched, over the kneesocks, but this form fitting skin warmer could easily be dressed up from day to night with some chandelier earrings and a pair of heels. Layering remains our key to style survival in winter wonderland both in the protection and texture it adds to our outfits. I have noticed a multitude of local women wearing slouchy cloche-style hats and flowy feminine dresses with long grandpacardigans over the top. Often the cardigan is just longer than the dress coyly hinting at, “I stole this from my boyfriend’s closet, and it looks better on me.” The over-all effect is a deconstructed boudoir, very sexy a’ la Jean Seberg from “Breathless.” Finally it’s all about the accessories, and no your beanie shouldn’t count. Think about getting a new hair color or cut that adds geometry and bold definition to your look, as opposed to settling for 24/7 hat head. If you’re just too cold, this year I have seen a variety of interesting indoor/outdoor fashion hats that are retro, classy and different than the standard ski hat. The beret is an option but one of my new favorites is a geometric knit turban by Electronic Sheep, it’s “Grey Gardens” meets Resi Stiegler and ultra cool for day or night. NLG

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

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WEDNESDAYS Karaoke, 9 p.m. at the Virginian Saloon. Free. 7399891.

Weekly Events in December 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. Musicians are invited to perform a two-song set of acoustic music. Sign-up in advance. 733-2415. Free. TUESDAYS One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. 733-2190.

FRIDAYS Jazz Night: Pam Drews Phillips Trio, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. Free. 7338833. SATURDAYS Tram Jam, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the base of Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Ski bum music, reggae, rock. Free. JacksonHole.com. Pianist Pam Drews Phillips, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. 733-8833.

DECEMBER 15 - 24 COMMUNITY Santa on the Square, 5 to 7 p.m. on the Town Square. Jolly Old St. Nick will be visiting the Stage Stop Building. Free. 733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. DECEMBER 15 MUSIC Midnight Cowboys, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country, rock. Cover TBD. 7332207. Ben Winship, Tom Marshall, Thomas Sneed, 3 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Bluegrass, folk. Free. GrandTarghee.com. Bootleg Flyer, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Country-rock, folk. Free. 7332190. SPORTS & RECREATION

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JH Moose Hockey, 7:00 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Bozeman Stingers. Live music by Whiskey Morning. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. THEATER The Met: Live in HD - Aida, 4 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. The Met’s unforgettable production of Verdi’s ancient Egyptian drama stars Liudmyla Monastyrska as the enslaved Ethiopian princess caught in a love triangle with the heroic Radamès, played by Roberto Alagna, and the proud Egyptian princess Amneris, sung by Olga Borodina. $18 Adult, $5 Student. 733-1128; gtmf.org. DANCE If The Shoe Fits, 1 p.m. at the Center for the Arts Theater. Discover an original Cinderella story, whimsically brought to life through the art of dance. $20 adults, $10 students. 733-6398; dwjh.org. DECEMBER 17 MUSIC The Miller Sisters, 5 to 7 p.m. at Headwaters Grille, Teton Springs Resort, Victor, Idaho. Christmas carols, folk, country. Free. 208-787-3600. DECEMBER 18 MUSIC Jerry Joseph, 10 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. Rock. Tickets TBA. 733-1500, PinkGarterTheatre.com. DECEMBER 19 MUSIC Screen Door Porch, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Roots-rock, Americana, folk-blues. Free. MangyMoose.com. DECEMBER 20 MUSIC

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Holiday Hoot, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Open mic hosted by Justin Smith. Free. 733-2190. ART Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 7 p.m. at various gallaries in Jackson. Enjoy Jackson Hole’s world class art galleries as you stroll through town before or after dinner. Free. jacksonholegalleries.com. DECEMBER 21 MUSIC Murphy’s Law, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country, rock. Cover TBD. 7332207. DECEMBER 22 MUSIC Murphy’s Law, 9 p.m. at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Country, rock. Cover TBD. 7332207. Beth McIntosh & Friends, 7:30 p.m. at the Center Theater. Folk. $8/students, $12/adults. 733-4900. JHCenterForTheArts.org, DECEMBER 23 MUSIC Ghost Rider, 4 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Outlaw country. Free. DECEMBER 25 MUSIC One Ton Pig, 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Outlaw bluegrass. 733-2190. Free. DECEMBER 26 MUSIC Screen Door Porch, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Roots-rock, Americana, folk-blues. Free. MangyMoose.com. DECEMBER 30 MUSIC Ghost Rider, 4 p.m. at the

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HONG KONG BUFFET 826 W. Broadway Jackson 307-734-8988 NIKAI SUSHI 225 N. Cache, Jackson 307-734-6490 OCEAN CITY CHINA BISTRO 340 W. BroadwaY Jackson 307-734-9768 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 43rd year. Voted best salsa in JH Weekly’s Best of 2012 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 see AT NIGHT page 21

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DECEMBER 31 MUSIC Mandatory Air, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Couloir Restaurant atop the Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Rock. Party Lounge opens at 7 p.m. $50. JacksonHole.com. COMMUNITY Torchlight Parade and Fireworks at Snow King, 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. on Snow King Mountain. Snow King Resort will celebrate New Year’s Eve with their annual torchlight parade and fireworks. Free. 733-5200; snowking.com. Torchlight Parade and Fireworks at JHMR, 6 p.m. Torchlight parade on ApresVous at JHMR followed by a renowned fireworks display to ring in the New Year. Free. 733-2292; jacksonhole.com.

JANUARY Weekly Events in January: SUNDAYS Stage Coach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Old-time country, folk, Western. Free. 733-4407. Ghost Rider, 4 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Outlaw country. Free. MangyMoose.com. 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. 7332415. Free. TUESDAYS One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. 733-2190. Open Mic, 3 to 6 p.m. in the

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Trojan Horse scene from Les Troyens will show January 5 at Walk Festival Hall, Live in HD. Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Moonshine Mary’s White Lightning Invitational every Tuesday. Free. GrandTarghee.com. WEDNESDAYS Karaoke, 9 p.m. at the Virginian Saloon. Free. 7399891. Screen Door Porch, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Roots-rock, Americana, folk-blues. Free. MangyMoose.com.

JANUARY 3 MUSIC The Hooligans, 3 to 6 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Rock. GrandTarghee.com. Free.

FRIDAYS Jazz Night: Pam Drews Phillips Trio, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch. Jazz, pop. Free. 7338833.

JANUARY 4 MUSIC The Hooligans, 3 to 6 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Rock. GrandTarghee.com. Free. SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Sun Valley Suns. Live music by Lazy Eyes. $9 adults, $5 kids. moose.pucksystems2.com.

SATURDAYS Tram Jam, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the base of Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Ski bum music, reggae, rock. Free. JacksonHole.com. Pianist Pam Drews Phillips, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. 733-8833.

JANUARY 5 MUSIC The Hooligans, 3 to 6 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Rock. GrandTarghee.com. Free. THEATER The Met: Live in HD - Les Troyens, 4 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. The Met offers a rare opportunity to witness Berlioz’s vast epic, last per-

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formed at the Met in 2003. Deborah Voigt, Susan Graham, Marcello Giordani, and Dwayne Croft lead the starry cast, portraying characters from the Trojan War. $18 Adult, $5 Student. 733-1128; gtmf.org. SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Sun Valley Suns. Live music by Lazy Eyes. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. JANUARY 8 & 9 MUSIC Chuck Pyle, 8 p.m. at Dornan’s in Moose. Western, folk. $15. 733-2415. JANUARY 10 MUSIC Ruthie Foster, 7 p.m. at the Center Theater. Blues, folk. $26/balcony, $36/floor. 7334900; JHCenterForTheArts.org. ART Mix’d Media: Wild Life, 6 to 9 p.m. at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Join us for Jackson’s only evening event full of art, music, great food and drink. 733-5771; wildlifeart.org. JANUARY 11 SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports &

Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Fort Collins DAS Hockey. Live music by Whiskey Morning. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com.

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JANUARY 12 SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Fort Collins DAS Hockey. Live music by Whiskey Morning. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. MUSIC Ben Winship, Tom Marshall, Thomas Sneed, 8 p.m. at Dornan’s in Moose. Bluegrass, folk. $15 at Valley Bookstore and Dornan’s. 733-2415.

DOMINO’S PIZZA 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson Kmart Plaza 307-733-0330

JANUARY 17 MUSIC Civil Twilight, 7 p.m. at the Center Theater. Atmospheric rock. $26/balcony, $36/floor. 733-4900; JHCenterForTheArts.org ART Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 7 p.m. at various gallaries in Jackson. Enjoy Jackson Hole’s world class art galleries as you stroll through town before or after dinner. Free. jacksonholegalleries.com.

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PINKY G’S PIZZERIA 50 W. Broadway, Jackson 734-PINK PIZZERIA CALDERA 20 W. Broadway Jackson 307-201-1472 Pizzeria Caldera is a stonehearth 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 43 NORTH 645 S. Cache, Jackson 307-733-0043

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At Night Listings JACKSON Bars & Lounges to JACKSON Delicatessens THE BIRD 4125 S. Pub Place Jackson 307-732-BIRD THE 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 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. 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 SNAKE RIVER BREWERY AND RESTAURANT 265 S. Millward, Jackson 307-739-BEER snakeriverbrewing.com

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 545 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-7926 JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 975 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-0450 NEW YORK CITY SUB SHOP 20 N. Jackson, Jackson 307-733-4414

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

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

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

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

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

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

VIRGINIAN SALOON 750 W. Broadway Jackson 307-739-9891 Step through the swinging doors into The Virginian

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JANUARY 18 SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the New York St. Nick’s. Live music TBA. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. JANUARY 19 MUSIC The Harlem Gospel Choir, 7 p.m. at the Center Theater.$46. 733-4900; JHCenterForTheArts.org. THEATER The Met: Live in HD - Maria Stuarda, 4 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, one of the world’s most exciting singers, takes on the virtuosic bel canto role of the doomed Mary, Queen of Scots. $18 Adult, $5 Student. 733-1128; gtmf.org. SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the New York St. Nick’s. Live music TBA. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com.

Square. With an exciting Town Square start, fireworks and a free-to-the-public musher party in Jackson, the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race kicks off its 2013 season. Free. 7341163; wyomingstagestop.org. JANUARY 25 - 27 ART Triangle X Winter Art Weekend, at Triangle X Ranch in GTNP. a special art weekend as a kickoff event and fundraiser for the JH Art Association’s 50th Anniversary year. Call for pricing and details. 733-6379; cathy@artassociation.org.

FEBRUARY Weekly Events in February: SUNDAYS Stage Coach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Old-time country, folk, Western. Free. 733-4407. Ghost Rider, 4 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Outlaw country. Free. MangyMoose.com.

JANUARY 24 MUSIC Ben Winship & Thomas Sneed, 3 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Folk, bluegrass. GrandTarghee.com.

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. 7332415. Free.

JANUARY 25 ART The Jackson Salon Show, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Art Association Gallery. Kicking off the Art Association’s 50th Anniversary year with an annual member show and celebration. Show runs through February 25. Free. 733-6379; artassociation.org. SPORTS & RECREATION Stage Stop Sled Dog Race, 6:30 p.m. on the Town

TUESDAYS One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. 733-2190. Open Mic, 3 to 6 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Moonshine Mary’s White Lightning Invitational every Tuesday. Free. GrandTarghee.com. WEDNESDAYS Karaoke, 9 p.m. at the Virginian Saloon. Free. 739-

9891. Screen Door Porch, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Roots-rock, Americana, folk-blues. Free. MangyMoose.com. FRIDAYS Jazz Night: Pam Drews Phillips Trio, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. Free. 7338833. SATURDAYS Tram Jam, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the base of Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Ski bum music, reggae, rock. Free. JacksonHole.com. Pianist Pam Drews Phillips, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. 733-8833. FEBRUARY 1 & 2 SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Chicago Chargers. Live music by Kole Moulton & Lonely Road.$9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. FEBRUARY 8 & 9 MUSIC • Boondocks, 7:30 to 11:00 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Rock, alt-country, blues. Free. 733-2190. FEBRUARY 15 MUSIC Jackson Hole Showcase, 7:30 p.m. at the Center Theater. Featuring local musicians, thespians, dancers and more. Tickets TBA. 733-4900. JHCenterForTheArts.org. Hot Tuna, 8 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. Blues. see CALENDAR page 26

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Jackson 307-733-8888 SIDEWINDER’S WINE, SPIRITS AND ALE 945 W. Broadway Jackson 307-734-5766 TETON LIQUORS 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-739-1122 VIRGINIAN LIQUOR STORE 750 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-2792 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 STARBUCK’S Inside Albertson’s 105 Buffalo Way, Jackson 307-733-5950 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

NORA’S FISH CREEK INN 5600 W. Hwy. 22, Wilson 307-733-8288 STIEGLER’S AUSTRIAN RESTAURANT 3535 Teton Village Rd. 307-733-1071 ASIAN & SUSHI 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 Highway 22, Wilson 307-733-4590 COFFEE/CAFE ELEVATED GROUNDS 3445 N. Pines Way Ste. 102, Wilson 307-734-1343 PEARL STREET BAGELS Highway 22, Wilson 307-739-3012 TETON VILLAGE RD CONTINENTAL CUISINE Q ROADHOUSE 2550 Teton Village Road 307-739-0700 THE PINES RESTAURANT see AT NIGHT page 27

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$35/advance, $40/day-ofshow. PinkGarterTheatre.com, 733-1500. GOOD EATS Mason Club’s Wine Tasting, 5:30 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. 733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Hollywood Hammers. Live music TBA. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. COMMUNITY Torchlight Parade, 6:30 p.m. on Snow King Mountain. A torchlight parade celebrating the JH Winterfest. Free. 733-3316; jacksonholechamber.com. FEBRUARY 16 THEATER The Met: Live in HD Rigoletto, 4 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. In this production, inspired by the antics of the Rat Pack, Piotr Beczala is the womanizing Duke of Mantua, Željko Lucic is his tragic sidekick, Rigoletto, and Diana Damrau is Rigoletto’s daughter, Gilda. $18 Adult, $5 Student. 733-1128; gtmf.org. SPORTS & RECREATION Moose Chase Nordic Ski Race, 10 a.m. at the Trail Creek Nordic Center. This is the premier Nordic race includes a 30k, 15k, 5k, 3k and a free 1k. Athletes can skate or classic ski the course. 733-6433; jhskiclub.org. JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Hollywood Hammers. Live music TBA. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. COMMUNITY Shriner’s Cutter Races, noon at Melody Ranch. The Cutters

run that a child may walk. jhshriners.org. FEBRUARY 17 COMMUNITY Shriner’s Cutter Races, noon at Melody Ranch. The Cutters run that a child may walk. jhshriners.org. FEBRUARY 21 ART Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 7 p.m. at various gallaries in Jackson. Enjoy Jackson Hole’s world class art galleries as you stroll through town before or after dinner. Free. jacksonholegalleries.com. FEBRUARY 22 & 23 SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Boston Prospectors. Live music. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com.

MARCH Weekly Events in March SUNDAYS Stage Coach Band, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Old-time country, folk, Western. Free. 733-4407. Ghost Rider, 4 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Outlaw country. Free. MangyMoose.com. 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. 7332415. Free. TUESDAYS One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. 733-2190. Open Mic, 3 to 6 p.m. in the

Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Moonshine Mary’s White Lightning Invitational every Tuesday. Free. GrandTarghee.com. WEDNESDAYS Karaoke, 9 p.m. at Virginian Saloon. Free. 739-9891. Screen Door Porch, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Mangy Moose Saloon. Roots-rock, Americana, folk-blues. Free. MangyMoose.com. FRIDAYS Jazz Night: Pam Drews Phillips Trio, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. Free. 7338833. SATURDAYS Tram Jam, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the base of Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Ski bum music, reggae, rock. Free. JacksonHole.com. Pianist Pam Drews Phillips, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. 733-8833. MARCH 1 SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Cleveland Lakeside Metal. Live music. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. MARCH 2 THEATER The Met: Live in HD Parsifal, 4 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of the innocent who finds wisdom in François Girard’s new vision for Wagner’s final masterpiece.$18 Adult, $5 Student. see CALENDAR page 28

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At Night Listings TETON VILLAGE RD to TETON VILLAGE Beer, Wine, Liquor 3450 N. Clubhouse Rd. 307-733-1005 ASIAN & SUSHI SUDACHI 346 N. Pines Way Teton Village Road 307-734-7832 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 STIEGLER’S COPPER BAR 3535 Teton Village Road 307- 733-1071 THE PINES RESTAURANT Teton Pines Teton Village Road 307- 733-1005 BEER, WINE & LIQUOR WESTSIDE WINE & SPIRITS In The Aspens 307-733-5038

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 www.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 307-732-5000 WESTBANK GRILL Four Seasons Resort Teton Village 307-732-5001 RMO CAFE Mangy Moose building Teton Village 307-734-9438

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ALPENHOF BISTRO Teton Village 307-733-3242

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

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733-1128; gtmf.org. SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the Cleveland Lakeside Metal. Live music. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. MARCH 3 MUSIC Leftover Salmon, 9:30 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre. Cajun slamgrass. Americana. Tickets TBA. 733-1500. PinkGarterTheatre.com. MARCH 8 SPORTS & RECREATION JH Moose Hockey, 7 p.m. at the Snow King Sports & Events Center. The JH Moose take on the NHL Alumni. Live music TBA. $9 adults, $5 kids. 201-1633; moose.pucksystems2.com. MARCH 9 -10 SPORTS & RECREATION Town Downhill, 10 a.m. at Snow King Ski Area. The Town Downhill features the heartthrobbing Mini-Hahnenkamm course on Snow King with divisions for Pro, Recreation, Telemark, Junior, Fat and Baggy and Snowboard. 7336433; jhskiclub.org. MARCH 14 MUSIC Ben Winship, Thomas Sneed & guest, 3 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Folk, bluegrass. Free. GrandTarghee.com. MARCH 16 MUSIC Screen Door Porch, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Roots-rock, Americana, country-blues.Free.

733-2190. THEATER The Met: Live in HDFrancesca da Rimini, 4 p.m. at the Walk Festival Hall. Zandonai’s compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s Inferno, returns in the Met’s ravishingly beautiful production, last seen in 1986. $18 Adult, $5 Student. 7331128; gtmf.org. MARCH 21 - 24 SPORTS & RECREATION World Championship Snowmobile Hillclimb, 8 a.m. at Snow King Mountain. The four day event now draws over 10,000 fans and more than 300 snowmobile hill climb racers from all over the US and Canada to the valley of Jackson Hole. 734-9653; snowdevils.org. MARCH 21 ART Art Gallery Walk, 5 to 7 p.m. at various gallaries in town in Jackson. Enjoy Jackson Hole’s world class art galleries as you stroll through town before or after dinner. Free jacksonholegalleries.com. MARCH 25 MUSIC Donavon Frankenreiter, 7 p.m. at Center Theater. Rayland Baxter will open. $55 orchestra/$45 main balcony. jhcenterforthearts.org. MARCH 30 SPORTS & RECREATION Pole Pedal Paddle, 8 a.m. starts at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The fourevent race, where contestants compete either individually or in teams, consists of an alpine ski leg, a cross-country ski leg, a bicycle leg, and a boat-

ing leg. 733-6433; jhskiclub.org.

APRIL APRIL 2 MUSIC One Ton Pig, 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Bluegrass, folk-rock. Free. 733-2190. Open Mic, 3 to 6 p.m. in the Trap Bar at Grand Targhee Resort. Moonshine Mary’s White Lightning Invitational every Tuesday. Free. GrandTarghee.com. APRIL 3 MUSIC Karaoke, 9 p.m. at the Virginian Saloon. Free. 7399891. APRIL 5 MUSIC Jazz Night: Pam Drews Phillips Trio, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. Free. 7338833. Boondocks, 7 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Countryblues, rock, Americana. Free. 733-2190. APRIL 6 MUSIC Tram Jam, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the base of Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Ski bum music, reggae, rock. Free. JacksonHole.com. Pianist Pam Drews Phillips, 7 to 10 p.m. in The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch atop East Gros Ventre Butte. Jazz, pop. 733-8833. Boondocks, 7 to 11 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Bar. Countryblues, rock, Americana. Free. 733-2190.

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MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY BAR 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2207

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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 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

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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 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 Ave., Driggs 208-354-8115 ROYAL WOLF 63 Depot St., Driggs 208-354-8365 SCRATCH 185 W. Center St., Victor 208-787-5678

BANGKOK KITCHEN 220 N. Main St., Driggs 208-354-6666

SPOONS BISTRO 32 W. Birch, Victor 208-787-2478

BIG HOLE BBQ 22 W. Center St., Victor 208-270-9919

TETON THAI 32 Birch Street, Driggs 208-787-8424

THE BRAKEMAN AMERICAN GRILL 27 N. Main St., Victor 208-787-2020

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

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

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From wildlife to contemporary: Jackson’s art scene expands

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At first glance, Jackson Hole may seemingly be a destination that holds primary appeal to the outdoor adventure enthusiast. But since the 1965 opening of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the valley’s cultural front has swelled to expand from its homesteading, mountain-town roots into a vibrant restaurant, entertainment and fine arts scene. Jackson enjoys a growing reputation as a destination for the art aficionado, evidenced by the plethora of downtown art galleries and active local art community. So during your Jackson Hole stay, enjoy some evening excursions with a holiday art walk on December 27 around the Town Square galleries and a Winterfest Walk on February 16. Jackson’s Town Square, a cultural hotspot offers a variety of art gallery viewing options, all of which are within Simon Gudgeon's ���Isis’ walking distance of the on the Sculpture Trail square’s at NMWA. famous elk antler arches. If you’re a Western art lover, don’t miss a stop made at Trailside Galleries on East Broadway, an establishment housing American Cowboy, landscape, and Native American-themed works as created American artists. West Lives On Gallery, located on North Glenwood Street, features likewise-themed exhibits, from large, original oil portraits to bronze statuettes. If your creative heart leans more towards an abstract sculpture installation than it does classic landscape motifs, head over to the Diehl Gallery on West Broadway, where you’ll find a spread of contemporary national and international pieces. The Diehl Gallery hosts an aprés ski and art every Friday this

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BY MADELAINE GERMAN

Sandy Scott's ‘Moose Flats’ adorns the northern side of the Sculpture Trail at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. winter from 5 to 8 p.m. Walk a few blocks over to South Glenwood’s Tayloe Piggott Gallery, an art venue specializing in the exhibition and sale of post-war and contemporary works. Continue your stroll down to S. Cache Street, where you’ll find Teton ArtLab, a collection of local studios housed together inside of a shared vision to grow Jackson’s fine arts community through education, exhibition and performance. Directly across the street from the Teton ArtLab is Jackson’s Center For The Arts, a state of the art, multipurpose facility that provides classroom and display space for art, dance, film and musical projects. The center also houses the Art Association of Jackson Hole and the Art Association’s gallery, which features various exhibitions of local artists’ work. Last but not least, a 2.5 mile northbound journey out of the Town Square will land you on the west side of the butte on Highway 89 and in front of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, where you’ll find everything from video installations to graphic novel exhibitions, all centered around American wildlife subject matter. The museum’s architecture was inspired by the ruins of Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and its exhibitions are comprised of over 5,000 cataloged items, 14 distinctive galleries, a sculpture trail and children’s gallery. NLG JACKSON HOLE AT NIGHT • WWW.JHWEEKLY.COM

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Anthony Harmon

Amy Jurekovik

Edward Suthoff

Meghan Hanson

Mark Marino

Tristan Greszko

Marlene Wusinich

Josh Myers

Phil Keleny

Camille Davis

Christine Meytras

Sarah Webber

Abby Doria

Shannon Troxler

Scott Mellor

COVER ART INITIATIVE 2012 Promoting emerging and established artists of Jackson Hole Show off your talent in 2013 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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Jackson Hole at Night: Winter 2012-13