SVPN | June 2024

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SUN VALLEY POLICY FORUM Understanding public policy SUN VALLEY WINE AUCTION Support Valley arts education BALLET SUN VALLEY Double up on The Joffrey Ballet SUN VALLEY CULINARY INSTITUTE Soiree benefits hospitality workforce REAL ESTATE + LIFE + STYLE + ART + MUSIC + DINING JUNE 2024
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CONTENTS June | 2024 70 64 32 | News & Views Take part in the Sun Valley Pride Festival 36 | Events Summer StARTs with June events 44 | Sun Valley Policy Forum Understanding a view on public policy REAL ESTATE GALLERY Keller Williams 94-95 Sun Valley Standard 96-97 My Sun Valley Home . . . . . . . . . 98 Paul Kenny & Matt Bogue Commercial Real Estate 99 Engel & Völkers 100-101 Sun Valley Sotheby’s 102 Coldwell Banker . . . . . . . 103-105 Compass Real Estate . . . . . . . . 106 Berkshire Hathaway . . . . . . 107-114 Sun Valley Real Estate Christie’s 115-120 Silvercreek . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Sun Valley Associates . . . . . . . . 122 Windermere . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 54 | Sun Valley Culinary Institute The Welcome Party kicks off summer 58 | Sun Valley Wine Auction SVMoA fundraiser supports arts education 64 | Ballet Sun Valley The Joffrey Ballet to perform two shows 70 | Wedding Section Say ‘I do’ in Sun Valley style TOP PHOTO KIRSTEN SHULTZ 94 58 20
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158 216 124 REAL ESTATE LISTINGS Keller Williams 184-186 Windermere 187 Sun Valley Associates . . . 188-190 Keller Williams . . . . . . . . . . 191 RE/MAX 192-193 Sotheby’s 194-198 Berkshire Hathaway 199-203 Engel & Völkers 204-205 Sun Valley Real Estate Christie’s 206-212 Coldwell Banker 213 184 CONTENTS 124 | Stanley Head north for the Sawtooth Valley Gathering 132 | Style Dial Discover new summer decor 142 | Wellness St. Luke’s gives back and a retreat with Dr. Molly Brown 152 | Live Music Baldy Bluebird Music Festival debuts at River Run 159 | Arts Etc Explore new art experiences 164 | Sun Valley Museum of Art Engage in classes, exhibitions, and live music 170 | Now Showing Galleries present new exhibitions for summer 216 | Dining Guide Your guide to eating out in Sun Valley BOTTOM LEFT PHOTO BACKYARTPHOTOGRAPHY BY JODANE CHRISTOFFERSEN; BOTTOM RIGHT PHOTO BY PAULETTE PHLIPOT June | 2024
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As much as we all love Sun Valley, sometimes we need to get out and explore the world to appreciate what we have. As I think about the Sun Valley summer ahead from the coastline of the French Riviera at the 77th Festival du Cannes, I am amazed at how we all care about the same things. We are so connected even though we live oceans apart and communicate in different languages.

When I landed in Nice, France, a friend found me in the customs line (how Sun Valley!), and when I arrived at the Festival, I was greeted by colleagues, including Sun Valley Film Festival (SVFF) board member Heather Rae, whose significant contributions as a respected and accomplished film industry producer have made the event what it is today. Compared to one of the largest film markets in the world, our boutique SVFF stands on its own, and you can attend the SVFF monthly films to stay in the know!

As for June, get ready to kick it into high gear. Gala season is upon us, and SVPN Magazine has all the intel. On the cover, learn about Christina Culver’s Sun Valley Policy Forum, its summer institute, and featured speakers offering their perspectives on current public policy issues throughout the year.

SVPN Magazine also presents its yearly Wedding Guide, full of ideas and contacts for planning in Sun Valley, which has become a premier wedding destination. It’s a keeper.

Back-to-back events include Sun Valley Culinary Institute’s Welcome Party, A Summer Soiree with Chef Art Smith and Food Network insider Bruce Seidel, to raise money for the school’s Student Scholarship Fund, working to create debt-free opportunities for the next generation of culinary professionals, especially in Sun Valley.

Then, there is the Sun Valley Wine Auction, which supports arts education in the Valley, and will follow Ballet Sun Valley, presenting two separate shows with The Joffrey Ballet. Read about all three magnificent events, each contributing to the quality of life we embrace living here.

The June edition also presents the 9th Sun Valley Gathering in Stanley. Curated by James Fowler, this four-day event is over the top with guest musicians and artists and must-see headliners that will be worthwhile no matter if you go for one show, one day, one night, or all. Making an effort to attend will not disappoint.

In addition, SVPN has a great deal of live music on the way with the debut of the Baldy Bluebird Festival at River Run Lodge on July 4th and 5th . It includes Midland, Grace Potter, and much more. Also, the Sun Valley Museum of Art presents Old Crow Medicine Show and Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway.

Adding to the entertainment, read about Sun Valley Pride Festival and all its happenings, along with SVPN ’s Events Calendar, Arts Etc., and Now Showing gallery exhibitions— there’s no lack of activity for the busy summer season!

There’s much more inside our covers, including a Wellness Section with St. Luke’s and Dr. Molly Brown of CENTERED, diving into community support and wellbeing retreats.

SVPN also features several Style Dial contributors to inspire summer living inside and outside your abode and contribute to your lifestyle. The Sun Valley Restaurant Dining Association Dining Guide has plenty of delectable options, and SVPN ’s real estate listings might surprise you and inspire you to be part of the community.

Let’s leap into summer,

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Writer, publicist, and avid traveler, Sabina Dana Plasse has spent over 20 years at the keyboard crafting stories as a contributing writer or editor. When not writing, she’s watching and reviewing movies, conjuring up ideas, or enjoying snowboarding, hiking, biking, and sunsets at the beach.


Graphic Designer

Susan Knight is an awardwinning art director and designer with a true passion for magazine design. From art directing and styling photo shoots to problem-solving layouts, her design abilities shine. In addition to her dayto-day work projects, she has taught art classes, designed studio spaces, and enjoys spending time with her family.

Randi Karabin is a tenured, award-winning creative director and designer. She specializes in creating and re-imagining publications, print collateral, branding packages, and more, all predominently within the luxury, travel, hospitality, and music industries. Randi’s extensive travels inspire her creativity and vision.


Jan Super is an expert bookkeeper with more than 12 years of experience. She has provided full bookkeeping services for many clients in the Wood River Valley and has spent many years volunteering for the Hailey and Ketchum/Sun Valley Chambers of Commerce. Jan has lived in the Wood River Valley for more than 20 years and enjoys gardening, fishing, and many of the other outdoor activities the Valley provides.


Graphic Designer

Jonathon Smith (or Jonny Fuego, as he’s known to many) is a print media master with over 22 years of experience as an artist and art director working on regional, national, and international marketing campaigns and publications. His interest in the design and photography of the twowheeled culture of bicycles culminated in publishing his first book, Cruisers, in 2009.

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LORI WILLIAMS is a freelance writer, copy editor, former home educator, and fourthgeneration Idahoan who has lived in Ketchum since 1986. She is an Idaho Writers Guild award-winning poet and a self-published children’s book author. Besides writing, she loves climbing mountains, family road trips, green tea, and this incredible state.


is a photographer who has worked in LA and NYC but whose roots remain firmly planted in Idaho. Her work has been featured in many publications including The Hype Magazine Network and Town & Country. Halsey is an animal lover and activist, adventure enthusiast, and wannabe farmer.


is a current student at Montana State University, receiving a degree in Creative Writing. As a Sun Valley native, she has used her love for the Mountain West to generate writing that expresses its nuanced beauty. After graduation, she plans on working in a creative field to help bring awareness to the importance of community living.


is an IACP award-winning professional photographer. Her fascination with food has provided endless opportunities for her photography to appear in cookbooks, magazines, and advertising campaigns worldwide. She is the cocreator and photographer of the coffee table cookbook Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables. When not behind the camera, she is creating nourishing meals for her family.

Originally from Connecticut, LILY MARTIN attended Gettysburg College, studying studio art and art history. She has a master’s degree in modern/ contemporary art and the market. In 2020, she left Christie’s Auction House in New York for Ketchum. Calling Sun Valley home, she works at Gail Severn Gallery. Embracing the outdoors and learning to love camping, she spends her free time skiing, hiking, and with friends at the lake, in the river, or on the Grumpy’s patio.


started her career as a newspaper photojournalist, which she credits for her honest and straightforward approach to photography and her willingness to do anything to get the shot. She loves living in Sun Valley with her husband and three dogs.

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Miss Jessica

Celebrating People & Empowering Community

Since 2019, Sun Valley Pride has been celebrated, expanded, and evolved into a full week of events that attract attendees and performers locally, regionally, and nationwide.

As a beacon of diversity, inclusion, and fun in the heart of south-central Idaho in the stunning landscape of Sun Valley, the Sun Valley Pride Festival stands as a vibrant celebration of the LGBTQ+ community, fostering a space where love, identity, and expression are celebrated openly.

“Our team’s vision is to welcome the LGBTQIA+community and our allies to celebrate diversity and inclusion throughout the valley during Pride Month, so we are thrilled to officially team up with David Seelos, event founder, and his wonderful group of pro-event managers, adding value to our growing list of venues, sponsors, and supporters,” says Sawtooth Botanical Garden Executive Director Jen Smith. “We hope that participants will especially appreciate what will be fun and thoughtful educational components of the Sun Valley Pride Festival.”

From June 26 through June 30, the Sawtooth Botanical Garden (SBG) presents the Fourth Annual Sun Valley Pride Festival. Six events—four ticketed and two free—are familyfriendly and open to all ages, except for the “Spuds, Studs & Stilettos” drag show at the Argyros Performing Arts Center, which is an 18-and-over event.

The 2024 Sun Valley Pride Festival begins on Wednesday, June 26, with “Pride in the Garden,” 5:30-9:30pm at the SBG. This ticketed kickoff ‘80s-themed party will feature food and beverages, education, entertainment, speakers, and plenty of color. Tickets are $100 and available at

On Thursday, June 27, the Festival presents the “Spuds, Studs & Stilettos” drag show headlined by Denver-based hostess Miss Jessica, which will take place at The Argyros. Doors will open to VIP ticket holders to “meet the drag queens” at 7pm, with general admission entry at 7:30pm. Beverages are available for purchase. Tickets are $100 per person for VIP low stage-side tables, $50 per person for high cabaret tables, and $25 for general admission. This show is for ages 18 years and over. Tiered tickets are available at

Sun Valley Pride continues with “Drag Bingo” at the Limelight Hotel Ketchum Living Room on Friday, June 28, at 7pm. This all-ages event is sure to entertain with Miss Jessica, who was Denver’s 2023 Drag Entertainer of the Year. Drag performances will infuse the evening’s bingo fun. Tickets are $40 and include food, beverages, and bingo. Get ready to win big prizes from local businesses and the Sawtooth Botanical Garden.

“I am so excited to make Sun Valley Pride one of my stops on my 50+ city tour across the country,” says Miss Jessica.”What better way to celebrate pridefest than adding some Miss Jessica to the mix! I cannot wait to celebrate with all of you!”

For the main event, on Saturday, June 29, the Sun Valley Pride Festival parade will start with the free and all ages “Pride Ride” at Dollar Mountain overflow parking lot at 10am for bike decorating, where sequins and rainbow apparel are encouraged along with decoration of various modes of human-powered transportation including bicycles, unicycles, rollerblades, and strollers, etc. for a peaceful demonstration of pride style.


At 11am, it’s wheels up for the Pride Ride Bike Parade, which will circumnavigate the Sun Valley Village and wind up at the Sun Valley Festival Meadow for “Sun Valley Pride” at 12pm. DJs, drag performances, speakers, nonprofit partners, sponsor booths, and food and beverages will be available. The Saturday event is all-ages, family-friendly, free, and open to the public. Vehicle parking is available at the Sun Valley Pavilion parking lot, and accessible parking is available at Our Lady of the Snows church. Biking, walking, and carpooling are encouraged.

To end the Festival, SBG will host a “Drag Brunch” on Sunday, June 30, at 11am. A $60 ticket includes delicious brunch fare, mimosas, and non-alcoholic beverages. Sunday’s festivities will feature drag performances for all ages.

Supporters for this year’s event include Sun Valley Resort, Cox Communications, Despo’s, Toni’s Sun Valley Ice Cream, Independent Goods, The Argyros, Limelight Hotel, and many individual underwriters. 

For information and tickets, visit or call 208.726.9358.


Pride in the Garden

5:30-9:30pm | $100

Sawtooth Botanical Garden


Spuds, Studs & Stilettos

7pm | VIP $100 (meet the Drag Queens) and $50 hightop table 7:30pm | GA $25 (18 years old and over) The Argyros


Drag Bingo

7pm | $40

Limelight Ketchum Hotel


Pride Ride

Bike Parade

11am |FREE Dollar Mountain Lodge Overflow Parking Lot to Sun Valley Festival Meadows Sun Valley Pride Festival 12pm | FREE Sun Valley Festival Meadows


Drag Brunch

12:30pm | $60

Sawtooth Botanical Garden

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June | 2024

StART Summer in Sun Valley

The Sun Valley 2024 summer season gears up for an incredible season of events, fundraisers, and activities beginning in June with signature Sun Valley events, including The Welcome Party, A Summer Soiree presented by Sun Valley Culinary Institute (SVCI), Sun Valley Museum of Art’s 43rd Annual Sun Valley Wine Auction, and Ballet Sun Valley’s 2024 Festival featuring the Sun Valley debut of The Joffrey Ballet. In addition, the Sun Valley Film Festival will have its monthly screening throughout summer and the year, and the Sun Valley Brewfest says cheers to ten years in Ketchum Town Square on Saturday, June 22.

Celebrating the arts in the Wood River Valley is an opportunity to enjoy Sun Valley and its incredible location and community. These much-anticipated galas and events

provide funding and opportunities throughout the year to support the entire Wood River Valley through the culinary arts, art education, and world-class dance. Honoring the events contributing to the community’s fiber and soul, “StART Summer in Sun Valley” is a weeklong kick-off to the Valley’s hallmark events.

“StART Summer in Sun Valley tees up summer for a range of events and activities throughout the community with the many like-minded individuals who make these celebratory occasions happen,” says Visit Sun Valley Executive Director Ray J. Gadd. “Among the galas and live performances are many other events to support the community and welcome

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visitors, including the 10th annual Sun Valley Brewfest and the debut of the Baldy Bluebird Music Festival at River Run. With air service to and from Sun Valley available earlier in the season, attending events and festivals is now more accessible.”

Building up the summer with StART Summer in Sun Valley is a foray into the 2024 summer season of many more exciting events. These include several milestone celebrations, including 30 years of the Sun Valley Writers Conference, and 40 years of the Sun Valley Music Festival, a testament to the passion and support that span generations in the Sun Valley community.

For more details on all summer events, browse

“With air service to and from Sun Valley available earlier in the season, attending events and festivals is now more accessible.”


Sun Valley Film Festival

Sun Valley Film Festival (SVFF) celebrates film beyond the five-day festival, February 26-March 2, 2025, with the SVFF Monthly Movies offering film screenings, filmmaker Q+A’s and unique film experiences every month.

Check out and see what’s playing next!


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Opening day at Galena Lodge

Celebrate summer hiking and biking in the SNRA.

JUNE 16, 23 & 30

Sunday Brunch with Live Music


Thursday Night BBQ and

Live Music

Every Thursday, enjoy Galena Lodge’s outdoor BBQ buffet and listen to live music with family or friends.

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6-9pm | FREE Limelight Hotel Ketchum 151 Main Street | Ketchum 208.726.0888

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The 2024 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction will be held July 27 in Reno, Nevada at the Grand Sierra Resort.

View works featured in the 2024 Auction and purchase Auction Catalogs & Event Tickets on our website. Visit our website at 208-772-9009 •

oil on
32 × 25 inches,
Coeur d’Alene Art Auction Fine Western & American Art
Herbert Dunton (1878 – 1936), The Signal-Fire (detail),
Estimate: $ 150,000 – 250,000



Yoga at River Run

Presented by Brass Ranch, and all levels are welcome.

9am | FREE

Arrive at 8:45am to register



Bald Mountain Summer Opening Day

The Gondola and Christmas Chair will be open for hiking and scenic access on June 21. Lift-assisted mountain biking will open on Monday, July 1.

JUNE 29 & 30

Ballet Sun Valley

The Joffrey Ballet makes its Sun Valley debut. The performance will showcase works from a diverse range of choreographers, featuring both classical and contemporary pieces.

7:30- 9pm | Tickets Online


Sun Valley Brewfest

The 10th annual Sun Valley Brewfest allows guests to sample and learn about more than 200 beverages from over 35 craft breweries, cideries, and RTDs. In addition to featuring the best of the West’s craft breweries, guests will experience local cuisine, games, and a live DJ!

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For more than five decades, the Sun Valley Museum of Art has been a cultural hub for our community, and for the past 43 years, the Sun Valley Wine Auction has successfully raised funds to support all of the Museum’s arts education and community programs.

Each year, SVMoA provides every student in Blaine County with access to high-quality arts education to nurture creativity, critical thinking, and essential social skills such as collaboration, empathy, and communication.

Your support of the Sun Valley Wine Auction has a profound impact on the lives of more than 3,500 Blaine County students. It creates unique opportunities for students to interact directly with artists in our galleries or in classrooms, igniting their imagination, passion, and curiosity, and fostering a deeper appreciation and understanding of the world around us.




Find produce, refreshing drinks, ready-to-eat foods, meat, fish, baked goods, canned specialties, cut flowers, jewelry, clothing, CBD products, popcorn and chips, and a few surprises.


12-4pm | FREE

Ketchum Farmers Market Forest Service Park 131 River Street East | Ketchum


Hailey Farmers Market

9am-1pm | FREE

Roberta McKercher Park 858 Third Avenue South | Hailey


Sun Valley Culinary Institute’s

The Welcome Party: A Summer Soiree

Celebrate the season with good friends, exceptional wine, and fabulous food prepared by celebrity Chef Art Smith and Food Network insider Bruce Seidel. Then, dance the night away with music by DJ SID3S!

6pm | Tickets Online


Jazz in the Park

Featuring Travis McDaniel and Friends to kick off the annual summer season. Picnics are welcome.

6-8pm | FREE Rotary Park |Ketchum

JUNE 24-25

The Sun Valley Policy Forum Summer Institute

Winning the culture wars for the next generation, election integrity, and the economy will be the topics for two days of speaker engagements.

The Argyros | Ketchum

JUNE 26-29

Sun Valley Pride Festival

The Sun Valley Pride Festival is a multi-day event with activities designed to cater to all ages and interests.

Sawtooth Botanical Garden and Festival Meadows

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Life Purpose Shaman is the world’s best kept secret helping people discover their life’s purpose and no longer feeling forsaken or lost. She tells you what you need to know, not what you want to know. As a treasure of Sun Valley for over 30 years, Shaman is the go to intuitive life coach and spiritual leader in the Wood River Valley. Shaman has helped residents heal from emotional, physical, and spiritual blockages through her supernatural abilities. Over 30 years ago, Shaman discovered a huge secret, a local vortex in our special valley. She takes her clients from around the world on private retreats to sacred locations worldwide, but no vortex is as hidden and protected as this location. Shaman has created wellness centers nationwide. Our local Indigo Camp helps to provide an atmosphere of healing for our children who are suffering from physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual blockages. Shaman holds classes teaching meditation using sound bath vibrations monthly and conducts private intuitive sessions at her office, the Crystal Healing Room in Sun Valley.

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Christina Erland Culver shares perspective

Sun Valley, known for world-class recreation, is also an increasingly attractive destination for influential leaders in industry, music, literature, film, philanthropy, and public service. Over the years, the Valley has hosted numerous prominent figures and events, creating a vibrant location for business, performing arts, and cultural exchanges. Sun Valley residents and visitors expect exceptional programming that offers new perspectives, strengthens the community, and provides personal and professional growth. Fast-forward, and Sun Valley is flourishing with activity, home to nationally recognized organizations supporting a wide range of audiences. Enter the Sun Valley Policy Forum (SVPF).

The Sun Valley Policy Forum is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in 2022 to provide first-in-class leadership and educational programming that advances free-market ideas and examines issue areas through the lens of principles of a free society. The programming is designed to grow citizen awareness and improve understanding of vital issues facing our nation, hoping to encourage greater civic engagement.

The Founder and Executive Director of the Sun Valley Policy Forum is no stranger to a fertile landscape that drives the advancement of public policy. With over 25 years in Washington, D.C., Kansas native Christina Erland Culver co-founded SVPF in 2022 on the heels of a career in the dynamic world of politics, government, and nonprofits before moving to Idaho 11 years ago. Culver, also President and CEO of EdNexus Advisors LLC, an Idaho-based federal and state government affairs and business strategy firm, spent her early career in the policy and political trenches, working on numerous presidential races beginning with Senator Bob Dole’s run for president in 1988. After his election, she followed George H.W. Bush to the White House and served under five Education Secretaries at the U.S. Department of Education.

Culver co-founded the Sun Valley Policy Forum because, like so many others, she appreciates the open-mindedness of the Sun Valley community. Residents expressed an interest in hearing from and interacting with thought-leaders who are experts on critical issues facing our nation. She answered the call.

A lifelong interest in public policy and geo-political affairs led Culver to the U.S. Naval War College, where she received her master’s degree in National Security and Strategic Studies. Combined with a BA in Political Science from the University of Kansas, she is well suited for her role at SVPF. Much like many events in the Valley, the Sun Valley Policy Forum provides an environment for people to engage in deep discussion and expand their civic knowledge base through up-close and personal contact with thought-leaders and policy thinkers who would traditionally reach their audience through podcasts, books, and research papers.

“The 2024 season focuses on the fundamental elements of the Constitution, particularly the Bill of Rights and Freedom of Speech,” says Culver. “This will serve as a foundation for further dialogue on important current issues going into the election.” She continues, “The Sun Valley Policy Forum is a destination for speakers interested in discussing topical ideas, policies, and solutions. Programming features organizations whose leaders are working on the front lines as they seek to preserve democracy and protect our liberties, all while respecting competing views.”

Presenters are luminaries in their fields—many are bestselling authors, some lead think tanks and public policy institutes, and all are on the cutting edge of a movement to educate and inspire greater dialogue and engagement in solving America’s greatest challenges.

With a focus on free-market ideas, free enterprise, national security, and domestic policy, Culver views the Aspen

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Christina Erland Culver

Institute as a model for SVPF, allowing participants to explore and discuss issue areas with change-makers and icebreakers. “We go to great lengths to research and call on long-standing relationships to bring the most prominent names to Sun Valley,” says Culver. “We provide attendees with the opportunity to meet great thinkers in-person, affording a deeper and more meaningful experience that can be shared with friends, family and colleagues.”

Culver launched the Sun Valley Policy Forum with the backing of the Bradley Impact Fund, a national philanthropic donor-advised fund that supports nonprofits with the mission to restore, strengthen, and protect America’s founding principles and institutions. Along with well-established names like Victor Davis Hanson, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Stephen Moore, and Charlie Kirk, Culver also works to feature rising leaders who are entrepreneurial in their advocacy and working to take on significant issues such as government transparency and preserving the U.S. Supreme Court. Future events will include additional national nonprofit institutes and partners.

Reinforcing the theme of informed engagement, Culver seeks to identify areas of policy importance and action-oriented nonprofits promoting perspectives on strong national security, limited government, individual liberties, and selfgovernance for SVPF’s growing audience and finds leaders who offer analysis and innovative solutions that inspire audiences to advance those ideas.

“The Sun Valley Policy Forum features intriguing, thoughtprovoking, and at times controversial guests,” says Culver, who has carefully studied and vetted Sun Valley Policy Forum presenters to provide elevated conversations about America and its policies while providing an opportunity for attendees to broaden their library of information on what is going on in the daily news cycle and what is happening in our world.

“Year-round programming features change agents, cultural historians, academia, economists, new media, philanthropists, and public servants. Each unique voice provides insights and expertise on critical issues and shares thoughts on the upholding of the Constitution and the American ideals of individual liberty, democracy, and free speech,” says Culver.

Culver adds, “Jonathan Turley was particularly inspiring (during his March presentation)when he spoke about the need to ensure that our ever-expanding citizenry has a true understanding and appreciation of our liberties, specifically regarding protections surrounding freedom of speech. It may surprise many Americans that not all of the Western world has similar Constitutional protections. There is increasing concern amongst many thought- leaders that voters do not understand or value the unique rights with which we are blessed. Turley gave a concise and fascinating history of free speech’s often messy and violent evolution, and what the Founders intended. We at SVPF are the beneficiaries of that history. We take that responsibility seriously.”

The Sun Valley Policy Forum aims to encourage thoughtful policy discussions, provide a platform for idea exchange, and shepherd the next generation to advocate for clear and effective policies for the future. “In keeping with the theme of including emerging thought-leaders,” Culver explains, “we are pleased to present Charlie Kirk as Keynote Speaker at the Summer Institute. While a controversial figure for some, Charlie has dedicated himself to college campus free speech and is working to ensure that students can freely express themselves regardless of their political viewpoints. He is working to build a large community of young adults on high school and college campuses who will participate in the democratic process and view America positively despite headwinds to the contrary.” She continues, “Charlie has a multi-generational following, clear proof that his message resonates across the voting spectrum. We invite all ages to attend the Summer Institute to hear Charlie’s solutions and positive message that there is hope for the next generation in America. We are a resilient nation, and we have been through many ups and downs, but we have survived. Democracy is difficult. We have an amazing system, and it works.”

The Sun Valley Policy Forum presents Winning the Culture Wars for the Next Generation, Election Integrity, and the Economy at the 2024 Sun Valley Policy Forum Summer Institute on Monday, June 24 and Tuesday, June 25 at the Argyros Performing Arts Center. To learn more, visit 

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The Sun Valley Policy Forum presents Winning the Culture Wars for the Next Generation, Election Integrity, and the Economy at the 2024 Sun Valley Policy Forum Summer Institute on Monday, June 24 and Tuesday, June 25 at the Argyros Performing Arts Center.

Cleta Mitchell

Winning the Culture Wars for the Next Generation, Election Integrity, and the Economy will open with Cleta Mitchell, a Conservative Partnership Institute (CPI) Senior Legal Fellow and Founder of the Election Integrity Network, a nonpartisan, nonprofit platform for learning how to become more engaged and participate in the election process.

An attorney licensed in Oklahoma and the District of Columbia, Mitchell has worked on election processes, campaign finance, and political law for decades. Mitchell’s presentation, “Election Integrity: Who Counts?,” will provide an inside perspective on the U.S. electoral system, and what each of us can do to ensure integrity and maximum participation in the 2024 election and beyond.

“Cleta Mitchell is highly respected and one of the most influential people regarding election integrity in the United States. She has been one of the foremost federal election attorneys for decades. She is an expert and ethical in her integrity, which is a hot topic amongst most Americans,” says Christina Erland Culver.

Mitchell was one of the key attorneys fighting against the IRS during the Obama administration for targeting Tea Party groups. She is admitted to practice before many federal district courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. Her weekly podcast, “Who’s Counting?” explores all topics related to election integrity, the topic of her SVPF presentation.

Stephen Moore

Stephen Moore is an economist and author of six books, including Govzilla: How the Relentless Growth of Government Is Devouring Our Economy—And Our Freedom. He is a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation and a co-founder of the Committee to Unleash Prosperity. Moore frequently lectures on the U.S. economic and political outlook and joins SVPF to present “Back to Work: Pro-Growth Economic Tax Policies,” including a moderated portion with Anita Vogel.

Moore is a University of Illinois graduate with a Master of Arts in Economics from George Mason University. He served as founder and president of the Club for Growth, an organization dedicated to helping elect freemarket candidates to Congress. In his tenure as president, the Club for Growth became one of the nation’s most influential and respected political organizations. Moore served as the senior economics writer for The Wall Street Journal editorial page and as a member of the WSJ editorial board. He remains a regular contributor to the publication. In 2007, Moore received the Ronald Reagan “Great Communicator” award from the Republican Party for advancing economic understanding. His book Return to Prosperity: How America Can Regain its Economic Superpower Status was a finalist for the F.A. Hayek Award for Advancing Economic Understanding. In 2018, Worth Magazine named Stephen Moore one of the 75 Most Influential People in the World Dealing with Economics and Finance.

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Anita Vogel

Fox News correspondent and anchor Anita Vogel will moderate Stephen Moore’s presentation. Vogel spent her first ten years at Fox as a full-time correspondent in the Los Angeles bureau. Now, she is primarily based on the East Coast and freelances between New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.

Vogel serves as a field reporter and fill-in anchor, covering breaking news, politics, and a variety of feature stories. Over the years, she has interviewed celebrities, politicians, and religious figures, including the Dalai Lama. She also conducted a one-onone live interview with Former President Bill Clinton, for which she received the Golden Mike Award for Best Breaking News Coverage. Now, she is mainly in the studio, filling in as a host for various Fox News programs. Vogel is also an actor and voiceover artist. As a member of SAG-AFTRA, she appears in television shows and movies, often as a newscaster or field reporter, most recently in the hit TV show 911.

Charlie Kirk

The second day of the Institute will begin with the Charlie Kirk Radio Show live at The Argyros at 10am, Mountain Time. Kirk is also the SVPF keynote speaker and will return in the evening for his presentation, “Winning the Culture Wars for the Next Generation.”

Founder and Executive Director of Turning Point USA, Kirk is one of the nation’s most intriguing voices on American culture fighting for the principles of a free society—particularly for Gen Z. Kirk will delve into pressing issues facing America today in this compelling evening. He’ll explain the growth of activism in high schools and universities aimed at the undoing of Western ideals and the importance of preserving free speech on college campuses. Kirk sheds light on the challenges facing younger generations, from their role in society to the economy. This is a timely and essential conversation with one of America’s leading voices as citizens navigate the complexities of modern-day politics and the fight for the nation’s future.

Scott Rasmussen

Before Kirk’s keynote talk, Scott Rasmussen will present “Founding Principles in Modern America” at The Argyros. Rasmussen is president of RMG Research, Inc. and a pioneer in polling, where he is continuously tapping into what America thinks. More than 20 years ago, he released the first-ever daily presidential tracking poll. The political, polling, and media world continues to change, and Rasmussen continues to innovate. His presentation will be on the thoughtful questions he has recently asked about everyday America’s beliefs in our country’s founding principles and whether they still hold true today. Rasmussen’s approach using the science he developed called Counterpolling™ surfaces the gaps—often huge— between the political elite and the nation they are supposed to serve—his results—a data-driven foundation for analysis that is an antidote to insidethe-Beltway groupthink.

Innovation has been a hallmark of Rasmussen’s career. In 1978, the then-new satellite communications technology dramatically reduced the cost of sending a broadcast signal around the nation. Building upon that opportunity, Rasmussen and his father, Bill, founded ESPN, the cable sports network. Rasmussen will be as insightful as he is entertaining.


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JUNE 24-25, 2024


Winning the Culture Wars for the Next Generation, Election Integrity, and the Economy

The Argyros | Ketchum

Charlie Kirk
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Cleta Mitchell

Election Integrity: Who Counts?

4pm | Doors and VIP lounge open

(Platinum, Gold, Silver Season Package holders and VIP ticket holders only)

5pm | Event

Catered Intermission

Stephen Moore

Back to Work: Pro-Growth Economic Tax Policies

Anita Vogel, Moderator



Morning Charlie Kirk Radio Show (LIVE)

Bloody Mary bar, breakfast, and coffee provided in VIP Lounge

9am | Doors and VIP lounge open

(Platinum, Gold, Silver Season Package holders and VIP ticket holders only)

10am | Event

VIP Luncheon

Speakers in attendance

1pm | (Platinum, Gold, Silver Season Package holders and VIP ticket holders only)

Private Residence in Sun Valley

Scott Rasmussen

Founding Principles in Modern America

4pm | Doors and VIP lounge open

(Platinum, Gold, Silver Season Package holders and VIP ticket holders only)

5pm | Event

Catered Intermission

Charlie Kirk

Winning the Culture Wars for the Next Generation


Eugene Scalia

ESG, Over-Regulation, and Our Courts

10:30am | Doors open 11am | Event

12pm |Lunch with Eugene Scalia (Season Package holders only)

Former Labor Secretary and son of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Eugene Scalia is a champion of deregulation and an advocate for reduced government interference. Scalia served as U.S. Secretary of Labor, overseeing the enforcement and administration of more than 180 federal employment laws covering more than 150 million workers and 10 million workplaces. During his tenure, the Department issued important rules regarding using independent contractors and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing in pension plans. As Secretary, he also served as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. Scalia is currently a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of the law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He co-chairs the firm’s Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Group.

An expert on labor and employment law, Scalia brings to Sun Valley perspectives on current regulatory battles of interest to business leaders, young entrepreneurs, and investors. As a leading advocate for protecting shareholder interests from ESG investing, Scalia will discuss how this form of investing focusing on policy agendas over favorable investment returns is a failure of the fiduciary duties of asset managers. Scalia will share his unique perspectives drawn from his illustrious career and anecdotes about his father Antonin, one of America’s greatest Constitutional originalists.



VIP Dinner

Location and time TBA

(Platinum, Gold, Silver Season Package holders and VIP ticket holders only)



Foreign Policy Transparency and Freedom of the Press

First Amendment on the Precipice: Future of Freedom of the Press

4pm | VIP lounge open (Platinum, Gold, Silver Season Package holders and VIP ticket holders only) 5pm | Event

Followed by catered intermission


Mollie Hemingway

Editor-in-chief, The Federalist

Mollie Ziegler Hemingway is the Editor-in-Chief of The Federalist, Senior Journalism Fellow at Hillsdale College, and a Fox News Contributor. She is the co-author of the national bestseller Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court and author of the bestseller Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections. Hemingway is a 2021 recipient of The Bradley Prize.

Mark Hemingway

Senior Writer, Real Clear Investigations

Mark Hemingway is a senior writer at RealClearInvestigations and the books editor at The Federalist. He has been a Claremont Institute Lincoln Fellow and a Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Journalism at Hillsdale College. He is the recipient of a Robert Novak Journalism fellowship, and was a two-time Global Prosperity Initiative Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University where he studied microfinance in Southeast Asia. He has written for outlets as diverse as The Wall Street Journal and, and has appeared on C-Span’s Washington Journal, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. He is married to journalist and Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway.

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China’s Hidden War on America


Investigative journalist and author Peter Schweizer is the nonpartisan Government Accountability Institute president and the former William J. Casey Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He has appeared onThe New York Times bestseller list eight times, most recently for his #1 bestselling book, Blood Money: Why the Powerful Turn a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans. Schweizer will discuss his most recent investigative work analyzing China’s threat to America economically, socially, and militarily. He will share eye-opening data and how we can raise awareness of the imperative to break China’s grip on America’s federal and state policymaking so that we can preserve our freedoms and economic prosperity.

In his early career, Schweizer was a consultant to the Office of Presidential Speechwriting in the White House for President George W. Bush. He also served as a member of the Ultraterrorism Study Group at the U.S. government’s Sandia National Laboratory and is a former consultant to NBC News. His books have been translated into eleven languages, and he is a frequent guest commentator on television networks, radio talk shows, and podcasts. He is also the host of his own weekly podcast, “The Drill Down,” which relentlessly exposes cronyism and corruption in Washington. Peter is also the author of Extortion: How Politicians Extract Your Money, Buy Votes, and Line Their Own Pockets. Extortion and the preceding book, Throw Them All Out, were featured in segments on CBS’s 60 Minutes program. His articles have appeared in Foreign Affairs, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and National Review. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs. Schweizer received his M.Phil. from Oxford University and his B.A. from George Washington University.

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Come dish with Chef Art Smith and Food Network Insider Bruce Seidel

For epicurean enthusiasts who find food a divine source for being, the Sun Valley Culinary Institute’s Welcome Party, A Summer Soiree, on Saturday, June 22 at 6pm, is serving up a gala just for you. With Southern-inspired delicious cuisine and lots of tell-tale chatter curated especially for this SVCI fundraising event, Chef Art Smith and Bruce Seidel will not only present an evening of delectable delights and spirits, but they will also share how the importance of culinary education can change lives and communities.

It is a special occasion and a unique opportunity to support SVCI’s Student Scholarship Fund, which assists with student education costs to offer a debt-free education to all matriculating students so that they can pursue a dream career in the culinary arts while supporting workforce development and the Wood River Valley’s restaurant community.

Between the two, Chef Art Smith and Bruce Seidel have served at the tables of royalty and world leaders, including Oprah Winfrey. Along with inventing new television programming that changed the culinary world and elevated many of today’s chefs to celebrity status, Chef Smith and Seidel have captured the attention of food lovers and enthusiasts everywhere and at every level of food engagement.

Each looks to food to solve societal issues, from taking care of seniors to providing go-to culinary cuisine to uplift community, such as Chef Smith’s Sporty Bird in Chicago supporting the Chicago Hounds Rugby team. Sporty Bird never strays far from Smith’s Southern roots and soulsatisfying cuisine, which includes Southern fried chicken with classic Southern sides for an elevated but fast-casual dining experience. Chef Smith notes, “Making excellent food is having an excellent story to go with it.”

Chef Art Smith was Oprah Winfrey’s chef for ten years, gaining fame and notoriety and catapulting him to becoming a world-leading culinary ambassador. His philosophy emphasizes fresh, local ingredients and innovative twists on Southern classics, showcased in acclaimed restaurants like Table Fifty-Two in Chicago. Smith also owns notable establishments such as Reunion, Homecoming, and Blue Door Kitchen, each adding to his culinary legacy. Beyond the kitchen, he’s a passionate advocate for healthy living and co-founded Common Threads, teaching children about diversity and nutrition.

“Sun Valley has an international reputation for a highquality life,” says Chef Art Smith. “To maintain this level of excellence, you must teach it and develop one’s passion. Attending culinary school was instrumental to my career and development, and the Sun Valley Culinary Institute is this resource and important community entity that serves the potential and ability to ignite successful careers in the culinary arts.”

In 2007, Chef Smith was honored by Chicago magazine as a Chicagoan of the Year and received the prestigious James Beard Foundation Humanitarian of the Year honor. In 2008, Chef Smith received an honorary MBA degree awarded by the Dedman School of Hospitality at Florida State University. He was inducted into the Chicago Culinary Museum and Chefs Hall of Fame in 2010. On September 30, 2010, Richard M. Daley, Mayor of the City of Chicago, proclaimed Chef Art Smith Day in Chicago. On May 19, 2012, Chef Art Smith received an Honorary Doctor of Culinary Arts from Johnson and Wales University, North Miami Campus.


“Attending culinary school was instrumental to my career and development, and the Sun Valley Culinary Institute is this resource and important community entity that serves the potential and ability to ignite successful careers in the culinary arts.”

—Chef Art Smith

“The power of food is enormous, and it brings people together. If we can help people make changes in their food, we can help save the planet too.”

Bruce Seidel, a longtime food industry insider and close friend to Chef Smith, is a leader in lifestyle media and brand development, with over 25 years of experience producing top food television shows and building high-profile media brands like Food Network, Cooking Channel, Animal Planet, and Discovery Channel.

“First and foremost, I always want to share food with people and have them experience it and think about it differently,” says Bruce Seidel. “It starts with young individuals who are the next generation of the food world, and the more we can teach them, the better. Food inspired me to pursue a rewarding career in the culinary arts, and it will do the same for those up-and-coming in Sun Valley.”

Seidel was nominated by the James Beard Foundation for a Media Award for The Food Flirts (PBS) for Best TV Show (on location). Over a 14-year tenure as Senior Vice President of Programming at Food Network and Cooking Channel, Seidel produced top-rated Food Network hits like Iron Chef America , Next Iron Chef, Worst Cooks in America , Food Network Star, and White House Super Chef Battle: An Iron Chef Event, while generating lasting relationships with top network talent, culinary personalities, and industry influencers.

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“What I learned from my time at the Food Network was that the history of food and its origins is extremely important and can teach us about the world,” says Seidel. “The power of food is enormous, and it brings people together. If we can help people make changes in their food, we can help save the planet too.”

Exuberant and food-savvy, Chef Smith and Seidel will share insider food stories and entertaining food adventures as philanthropists and humanitarians. Their dedication to the culinary arts and expanding the reach of how food can work and bring people together has no limits.

The Welcome Party gala fundraiser will take place in a private home in Sun Valley. Expect passed appetizers, signature-crafted cocktails, silent and live auctions, and music by Valley native DJ SID3S. The main attraction will be Chef Smith’s signature fare, think fried chicken and the savory accouterments that come with it, and Oprah Winfrey’s favorite, hummingbird cake, for dessert, which should not be missed.

The evening will also include a live auction and paddleup with the return of SVCI’s favorite auctioneer, Colin McArthur. Curated live auction items are available including trips to the distinguished Ocean Reef Club located on the Caribbean-blue seas of Key Largo, Florida, and a culinary destination trip to New York City

with exquisite Manhattan accommodations and coveted reservations to Michelin-starred restaurants. These items describe only a few of the several outstanding live auction packages that are only available at The Welcome Party live auction.

“Our Valley’s service industry is in dire need of trained cooks, and our youth should have an opportunity to pursue their dreams in the culinary arts. The importance of culinary education in our community is paramount,” says SVCI Executive Director Karl Uri.

Uri adds, “SVCI offers classes and dinners, frequently led by guest and celebrated award-winning chefs, to the community for elevated culinary experiences only found in major cities. The opportunity to bring residents, visitors, businesses, and nonprofits in the Valley together around a table of great food is endless. We’re just getting started!” 

To support SVCI, purchase tickets, or learn more about a table sponsorship, visit

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Sun Valley Wine Auction Chairperson

You have three days of inspired fun ahead. Each year I look forward to reconnecting with friends, many of whom I met for the first time during past years’ Wine Auctions. For those of you joining us for your first Wine Auction, a special welcome, and I trust you will leave with a coterie of new friends you will revisit year after year.

This year, while we look forward to three magical days of wine, food, and friendship, we also have the opportunity to support the Sun Valley Museum of Art. Art—both our experience of it and the making of it—is an avenue to better understand the world in which we are living. Art increases interpersonal connection and community and provides a period of contemplation and respite from a sometimes challenging external environment. The Sun Valley Museum of Art makes this possible for our entire community. Through provocative, critically acclaimed exhibitions, educational offerings in all of our Valley’s schools, both public and private, adult classes, creative and inspirational interactive speaker programs, and art education scholarships for high school students and art educators throughout the Valley, the Sun Valley Museum of Art makes the arts accessible for our entire community—adult and child, resident and visitor. All of this is made possible through your attendance at, and generous support of, the Wine Auction.

So, let’s come together as a community for a celebration of wine and a benefit for arts and education. This year, we are working hard to make the Auction even more festive and relevant to the beautiful place many of us call home. The gala

will be hosted at an unbelievably spectacular riverside estate that stretches two-thirds of a mile along the Big Wood River and will feature Jake Maurer, country western singer and Nashville favorite, who is back by popular demand. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy the always-popular Vintner Dinners and River Ranch Wine Walk, featuring more than 25 of the West Coast’s best wineries.

May the 2024 Sun Valley Museum of Art Wine Auction create lasting memories and kick off your best summer ever. I’ll see you at the Museum and the Wine Auction!

P.S. Come for the art, stay for the skiing/biking/hiking/golf/ fishing!



A woman who knows her art

For this year’s Riverside Estate Gala & Live Auction, Sun Valley Museum of Art (SVMoA) is partnering with storied international auction house Christie’s. Guest Auctioneer Tash Perrin, Deputy Chair, Christie’s Americas, will lead the Gala’s Charity Auction and Paddle Up.

One of the leading auctioneers specializing in art and charity events globally, Perrin is an 18-year veteran of the auction block from New York City to Sao Paolo and now Idaho. She’s fielded some of the most famous bids in auction history for lots ranging from Sir Elton John’s platform boots to an authentic T-Rex Skeleton named “Stan,” one of the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons ever discovered.

Perrin is among Christie’s most recognizable auctioneers, leading sales on two continents over the last 18 years. In 2016, she was appointed head of Christie’s Auctioneering program in New York and holds a seat on the firm’s Global Auctioneering Board. In addition to her auctioneering duties for Christie’s, she generously donates her time to charity auctioneering and has conducted more than 60 high-profile charity auctions across the globe.

“Christie’s is proud to partner with the Sun Valley Museum of Art and serve as auctioneer for this important fundraising event,” says Perrin. “Since our founder’s first auction in 1766, Christie’s has offered some of the finest and rarest wines and spirits worldwide. We’re excited to bring this important element of our business to Ketchum and to help the SVMoA raise funds to expand its reach.”

Perrin has worked closely with specialists in several major collecting categories, including Impressionist, Modern, 19th Century, Post-War, Contemporary Art, and Wine and Old Masters, where she started her career in New York in 1996.

In addition to hosting the Sun Valley Wine Auction Gala, Perrin will be joined by experts from Christie’s, local Wood River Valley collectors and SVMoA Executive Director Jennifer Wells Green for a Conversation on Contemporary Art: Collecting Now at Sun Valley Museum of Art on Thursday, June 27. Guest panelists will discuss the recent trends in the art market, building a collection, and how contemporary artists and museums are impacting their communities. 

“We’re excited to bring this important element of our business to Ketchum and to help the SVMoA raise funds to expand its reach.”

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Jake Maurer Band play

Wine Auction Gala & Live Auction

Get ready for an electrifying encore performance by Jake Maurer and his band at the Sun Valley Wine Auction. After a sensational debut in 2019, they’re back by popular demand, promising a night of unforgettable entertainment.

The Riverside Gala and Auction will feature an exceptional performance by singer-songwriter and country music artist Jake Maurer. Maurer is a fixture at the renowned Nashville landmark Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge stage on Broadway in downtown Nashville, which, over the years, has played host to legendary regulars, including Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Patsy Cline.

Jake Maurer



Vintner Dinners

Eight Vintner Dinners kick off the festivities at beautiful, private residences throughout the Wood River Valley and the Sun Valley Culinary Institute. Two vintners host each dinner, where every dish will be paired with carefully selected wines. Noteworthy chefs this year include James Beard Award Winners Jonathon Sawyer and Cortney Burns, Houston’s favorite chef Austin Simmons, Food Network star Britt Rescigno, and local Sun Valley culinary masters Scott, Anne, and Lyndsey Mason, Rodrigo Herrera, Sean Temple, and Sarena Stern.


Vintners & Visionaries

Lyndsay and Christopher Lyle will host the evening featuring wine tastings with distinguished vintners Domaine Della, Hale Mary, and Sandar and Hem. Chef Erik Johnson of Saltbrush in Boise will prepare a bountiful spread of wood-fired farm-to-table fare for guests to enjoy while mingling in the forested estate. All proceeds from the event will support SVMoA’s Arts Education programming.


Talks & Tastings

This year, our restaurant and wine bar partners Roots Wine Bar & Bottle Shop in Hailey and SCOUT in Ketchum will host Wine Tastings and Talks with participating Sun Valley Wine Auction Vintners. SVMoA will host a Cycle & Sip where guests will begin at the Limelight and travel down on bikes with art stops along the way to Roots in Hailey for a closing wine-tasting session with Cornell Vineyard’s Luke Speer, a Wood River Valley native and Joy Finn of 32 Winds. SCOUT will host Peay Vineyards who will educate guests on their signature wine region and varietals. The events are individually ticketed and open to the public.

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Riverside Estate

Gala & Live Auction

Hosted by Wine Auction Chair Ron Greenspan and Co-Chairs Carol Swig and Sarah Woodward. Tthe main event will take place along the glorious banks of the Big Wood River. The evening’s festivities will begin with a wine tasting and seasonal cocktails prepared by Roadbars, followed by an Idaho-centric field-to-table meal by local Sun Valley culinary maestro Steve Ludwig. Tash Perrin, Deputy Chair, Christie’s, will host the highly anticipated auction and Paddle Raise. Following the auction, beloved Nashville-based singer-songwriter and country music artist Jake Maurer will close the evening. This event is for Grand Cru, Premier Cru, and Petit Cru Package ticket holders.


4th Annual River Ranch Wine Walk

The River Ranch Wine Walk on Friday marks the culmination of the week’s events. Guests embark on a journey with a trail map, meandering through the breathtaking backyard gardens of four beautiful riverfront estates, indulging in tastings from Napa, Sonoma, Willamette, and Walla Walla vineyards. Each residence will present a distinct group of regional vintners with food pairings by Atkinsons’ and the Sun Valley Culinary Institute. Live music by local musicians, such as Tibbles & Sword, and the sounds of the Big Wood River will carry guests along throughout the afternoon.

To register, bid, support, and learn more about the Wine Auction and SVMoA’s arts education programming in central Idaho, visit



Ballet Sun Valley’s Summer Festival Takes Flight June 29 & 30

After receiving rave reviews for a standout season on their home stage at The Lyric Opera House in Chicago, The Joffrey Ballet is now poised to make their debut at the iconic Sun Valley Pavilion.

As the featured company for Ballet Sun Valley’s (BSV) 10th Summer Festival, The Joffrey will bring more than 30 dancers from 13 countries to Sun Valley to close their remarkable 23/24 season. These artists personify a celebration of ballets’ traditionally classical roots coupled with a courageous exploration of boundary-pushing contemporary choreography. Sun Valley has an affinity for the arts, as well as athleticism, and The Joffrey Ballet is ready to deliver on both fronts.

Each night, Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30, will feature a different program of works, offering two stunning and unique experiences. Curated by Ashley Wheater MBE, Artistic Director of The Joffrey Ballet, the performances are meant to be an inspiring and uplifting experience for the audience. Wheater shares, “The works that drive us forward as a company are not all alike and in the two programs we will bring to Sun Valley we revel in the opportunity to show many different sides of our dancing. Every program for me, must cohere into some journey and exploration for the audience.”

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Joffrey Artists in Andrew McNicol’s Yonder Blue
Anais Bueno and Hyuma Kiyosawa in Andrew McNicol’s Yonder Blue
“The best dancers remain inquisitive about their art throughout their careers and are always willing to explore new areas of growth and discovery.”
Victoria Jaiani and Dylan Gutierrez in Gerald Arpino’s Suite Saint-Saëns
“High-voltage work”
—Chicago Sun-Times

This summer, one of the works the Sun Valley audience will have the opportunity to see is The Times Are Racing by Tony Award-winning choreographer, Justin Peck. This piece, danced in sneakers, demonstrates the breadth of what’s possible within the ballet art form. Peck’s demanding choreography is always an audience favorite and ballet patrons may recall his piece Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming performed by San Francisco Ballet at BSV’s 2019 Festival. Peck’s work will be performed alongside a classical work, Birthday Variations, by Joffrey cofounder Gerald Arpino providing a duality in the repertoire for both ballet aficionados and ballet newbies—truly something for everyone.

Left and above: Joffrey Artists in Justin Peck’s The Times Are Racing

“Emotionally fiery and altogether virtuosic—this might very well turn out to be one of the defining masterpieces of the era.”

Known as the Mavericks of American Dance, The Joffrey Ballet has been blazing a path in the dance world for almost 70 years. Co-founded by Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino, the company, originally based in New York, eventually found its permanent home in Chicago. In 2007, Ashley Wheater MBE became only the third Artistic Director in the Company’s storied history. In this new era, Wheater has renewed the adventurous spirit of the Company through the addition of new works, ambitious collaborations, and innovation. The Joffrey is rare in that the Company does not rank its dancers. This more open format really pushes all the dancers in terms of always improving both their technical skills and stylistic excellence.

As for Ballet Sun Valley, their mission is to provide inspirational and uplifting artistic experiences for the community through world-class dance and dance education. BSV remains flexible in its program design so that it can guarantee something fresh and captivating each season for the Sun Valley audience.

Joffrey Artists in Nicolas Blanc’s Under the Trees’ Voices PHOTOS BY CHERYL MANN
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Amanda Assucena in Gerald Arpino’s Birthday Variations

“An enchanting showcase of the essential vocabulary, technical demands, and tropes of classical ballet.”

Couple this dynamic approach to programming with the stunning outdoor Sun Valley Pavilion and the result is a truly unmatched ballet experience in one of the most beautiful places on earth.

What is it that happens as the audience settles into their seats, the dancers find their spots on stage, the sun falls behind the mountains, and the air takes on that nostalgic soft quality of a magical Sun Valley summer night? The feeling is joy and during the performances this summer, graceful athletes of The Joffrey Ballet offer to us an opportunity to again feel that joy in their emotive and transportive performances. 

JUNE 29 & 30

Ballet Sun Valley presents The Joffrey Ballet

To purchase tickets, become a donor, and learn more about Balley Sun Valley, visit

7:30pm | Pavilion seating starts at $35 Sun Valley Pavilion 208.622.2135

Victoria Jaiani and Alberto Velazquez in Andrew McNicol’s Yonder Blue


SVPN Magazine’s Wedding Section is for that special Sun Valley day


As June unfolds its beauty in Sun Valley, Idaho, we are excited to introduce a curated list of local wedding vendors brought to you by SVPN Magazine Whether envisioning an intimate mountain ceremony or a grand lodge reception, our guide features the finest artisans and experts dedicated to making your day truly special.

Explore Sun Valley’s exceptional talent in floral design, catering, photography, and more through this comprehensive resource crafted in collaboration with our community’s creative minds. Let us inspire and assist you in planning your dream wedding amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the Wood River Valley.


“From our first consultation to a wedding’s most honored toast, we guide clients through every step of the event planning process with warmth and enthusiasm, turning their dreams into cherished memories.”



Unveiling Julietta Bridal and Welcoming Alpen Joy Events

“For many brides, what you wear is the cornerstone of the wedding,” says owner and curator Allison. “It’s the thing that will be photographed the most, the keepsake you’ll pass on to the next generations, and it sets the tone for almost every design choice a bride will make. I love feeling like I am part of that decision and honored that brides trust our store to help them find the dress of their dreams.”

Sun Valley, Idaho, known for its stunning mountain ranges and tight-knit community, serves as the picturesque backdrop for Julietta Bridal, a bridal sanctuary created by entrepreneur Allison Jadallah. Allison’s passion for fashion and love for weddings blend seamlessly with the beauty of the Wood River Valley, inspiring her to transform the former Manor House Bridal into a haven for brides seeking the perfect gown and an unforgettable bridal experience.

Allison’s connection to the Manor House was personal. In 2021, she purchased her wedding gown from the boutique and instantly fell in love with its charm, experience, and style.

“Now that I’m in the industry, I feel like I was always meant to do this,” reflects Allison. Her childhood fascination with clothing and design, matched by memories of dressing up with her mother, sowed the seeds of a lifelong passion that eventually blossomed into Julietta Bridal.

What sets Julietta Bridal apart is its commitment to personalized service and genuine connection. Allison emphasizes, “We build strong and lasting relationships with every bride. To us, it’s more than just an appointment.” The boutique’s low-traffic environment allows for undivided attention, ensuring that each bride feels valued, understood, and supported throughout their journey.

The bridal shopping experience at Julietta Bridal is a carefully crafted journey tailored to each bride’s unique vision and personality. The boutique’s intimate setting offers a private sanctuary where brides can relax, have fun, and explore a thoughtfully curated selection of gowns.

“When a bride finds her ‘Yes’ dress, it’s a celebration!” Allison exclaims. She speaks passionately about the magic of this moment, emphasizing that finding the perfect dress represents turning a dream into reality. Allison remains dedicated to making sure that every client has an unmatched experience, even if they don’t find their ideal gown during their visit.


Styling & Creative direction: Allison Jadallah, owner of Julietta Bridal

Photography: Halsey Pierce

Jewelry: Naifeh Fine Jewelry

Makeup: Makeup by Meredith

Studio: Idarado

Staging: Studio 11 Staging

Gowns by: Moniquel Huillier, Ines Di Santo, Justin Alexander, Savannah Miller, and Mark Ingram

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“I want every bride to have the experience of a lifetime.”
—Allison Jadallah

“When they leave, they have our direct number,” Allison emphasizes. “Even if they don’t find their ‘Yes’ dress, it’s crucial that they have the best possible experience.” Allison’s commitment to providing exceptional service and personalized support ensures that every bride who walks through her doors feels valued and cherished, regardless of the outcome of their search.

Understanding that every bride is unique and requires a personalized experience, staying ahead of bridal trends is essential. Allison is deeply immersed in the world of weddings. “I’m obsessive about looking at what’s new and forecasting what’s coming,” she shares. From attending New York Bridal Fashion Week to following bridal influencers on Instagram, Allison ensures that Julietta Bridal’s collection reflects the latest styles while maintaining a timeless appeal.

As Julietta Bridal expands and rebrands into a larger space, Allison envisions a future where the boutique becomes a cherished staple of the Wood River community. “I want every bride to have the experience of a lifetime,” Allison expresses. Her vision extends beyond offering exquisite gowns. It’s about creating lasting memories and helping every bride feel confident, celebrated, and beautiful on her special day.


As Julietta Bridal welcomes the community, Allison has partnered with local event planner Tiffany Berger of Alpen Joy Events to host a launch event in June 2024. Tiffany, whose expertise lies in creating magical wedding moments, is known for her unmatched dedication to hospitality and intimate gatherings. Together, they aim to integrate Julietta Bridal and Alpen Joy Events into the fabric of Sun Valley. This partnership embodies Allison’s commitment to fostering connections and celebrating love within the community. The launch event promises to be a testament to the values of dedication, engagement, and lasting memories that Julietta Bridal and Alpen Joy Events represent.

Having spent more than 25 years immersed in product development, including roles at Nike, Tiffany gained invaluable experience in team leadership and global business dynamics. Inspired by her passion for creating seamless events, she embarked on a new journey five years ago, learning the ropes under the mentorship of Heather Minor.

In choosing the name Alpen Joy Events, Tiffany drew from her personal roots and aspirations. “Alpen” reflects both the mountainous landscape of Sun Valley and her German


heritage, while “Joy” embodies the happiness and delight she seeks to bring to her clients’ events, a sentiment close to her heart as it’s also her middle name.

For Tiffany, the experience and customer service are always top priorities. She’s all about making your special day one to remember forever and is always willing to go the extra mile to ensure that your event is as unique and exceptional as you are. With a big heart and a lot of enthusiasm, Tiffany listens, then curates your event and guides you through every step of the planning process, making sure your dreams become beautiful memories—from the very first chat to that heartwarming toast on your big day.

Tiffany’s meticulous attention to detail, combined with her relaxed demeanor, ensures that every occasion is filled with magic. For her, event planning isn’t just a task—it’s an opportunity to create unforgettable relationships and moments that will be treasured for a lifetime. 


360 North Leadville Avenue | Ketchum 208.309.3962

Alpen Joy Events   Tiffany Berger 503.329.3673

Tiffany Berger PHOTO BY HALSEY PIERCE Julietta Bridal Manor House Bridal)
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Dream wedding venues

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Marrying in the Idaho mountains evokes a special kind of enchantment. Add the setting of iconic and historic Sun Valley Resort, and a destination wedding here brings the majesty and romance of highaltitude ambiance right up the aisle. The Resort’s four-season setting offers eight spectacular indoor and outdoor venues for weddings and gatherings of all sizes. Here, panoramic mountain views complement the quiet elegance of eveninghushed fairways and gurgling creeks, and luxurious modern ballrooms echo the nostalgia of the past. This full-service resort offers it all with a highly-trained team of professionals to help plan the perfect celebration in any season, offering spectacular facilities and amenities, diverse recreation and activities, and exceptional culinary and service.

According to Jessica Milaccio, Wedding and Special Events Manager at Sun Valley Resort, “As we are a destination wedding for most, our resort offers days of activities for the wedding party and guests to enjoy, not only to celebrate the couple but also to visit and experience an area most have never traveled to.”

Trail Creek Pavilion, Sun Valley’s most popular wedding venue, offers the perfect setting for a dramatic event. The 49’ x 114’ tent features an open floor plan with a beautifully lined ceiling, rustic wood chandeliers, interior bistro lighting,


and a stone floor. Floor-to-ceiling clear walls on the south end of the tent perfectly frame the iconic Bald Mountain’s majesty. Nearby, history echoes around you in the cozy confines of the 1937 Trail Creek Cabin Restaurant. This rustic and charming space for intimate weddings or parties is accessible yearround by sleigh, wagon, or car.

The expansive Trail Creek Grounds, surrounded by pine trees and sage-covered hills, are perfectly suited for a welcome barbecue, casual rehearsal dinner, or as an addition to the Trail Creek Pavilion venue for a cocktail reception, and feature everything from horseshoe pits and chuck wagon buffets to a log bandstand.

For exceptional indoor-outdoor elegance, River Run Lodge at the base of Bald Mountain holds court. Massive log beams, majestic river rock floor-toceiling fireplaces, elegant chandeliers, and expansive windows offer views of River Run’s slopes. Exchange nuptials on the sprawling lawn, followed by patio cocktails, dinner, and dancing in the beautiful dining room.

“As we are a destination wedding for most, our resort offers days of activities for the wedding party and guests to enjoy, not only to celebrate the couple but also to visit and experience an area most have never traveled to.”

The posh yet ‘Idaho casual’ Sun Valley Club is the most popular indoor or outdoor winter venue, with a wraparound terrace providing stunning Baldy and Dollar Mountain views. If you prefer a little venue attitude, pick up altitude via Sun Valley’s gondola and check out Roundhouse Restaurant, built-in 1939. Stunning views of five mountain ranges provide the backdrop for an intimate rehearsal dinner or cozy romantic wedding in this genuinely charming, historic structure. A beautiful 2,400-square-foot paver stone platform can accommodate up to 200 guests for the ceremony, followed by a cocktail reception on the Roundhouse deck and dinner under the stars on the River Run lawn. Sun Valley venues will elevate your dream wedding event with a history and authenticity that cannot be found anywhere else. 

For more information, visit

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Alpen Joy Events


Amanda Seaward’s Absolute Weddings


Carson Weddings 208.720.6391

Heather Minor Events


Londyn & Grey Events


Megan Mahoney Creative


Whether you’re envisioning a rustic wedding, a corporate retreat, or a special celebration, let us tailor every detail to perfection. Reserve your spot in the mountains and let the magic unfold with Alpen Joy Events.

Tiffany Berger | 503.329.3673 | | @alpenjoyevents PHOTOGRAPHY RAY GADD


CK’s Real Food

Fresh food that feeds your body and soul comes from Chef Chris Kastner’s popular (and sustainable) kitchen.


Judith McQueen Entertaining

Chef Judith McQueen is an innovative caterer who works to marry food and beauty into unique menus.


Ketchum Grill

The Mason family caters for events in their restaurants and at local wedding venues. They are happy to help clients plan the perfect menu and wine pairing for any celebration.



Whether you’re looking for an informal meal from their chic food truck or a sixcourse feast, the chefs at Rasberrys are ready to deliver.


Salted Sprig

Clients can expect fresh, thoughtful, inventive meals that can accommodate the needs of all the palates at the party.


Silver Fox Catering

From black tie to barbeque, Chef David Fox has been catering events in Sun Valley since 1989.


Chef Yogi

Infusing locally grown organic ingredients with over 15 years of experience in the culinary arts, Chef Yogi uses a world of creativity to prepare dishes pleasing even the most discerning palates.



Hank & Sylvie’s

In two locations, Ketchum and Hailey, Hank & Sylvie’s offers made-to-order cakes and desserts where the only limitation is your imagination.

Hailey 208.928.4088 Ketchum 208.726.0115

Three Peas Bakery

“Transforming traditional baking into gluten-free works of art,” Three Peas Bakery is a gluten-free bakery with the mission to provide great-tasting glutenfree products handcrafted and made to order for bridal showers and weddings.




Amanda Stelling


Christine Marie


Dev Khalsa


Halsey Pierce


Hillary Maybery


Kristin Cheatwood


Kirsten Shultz


Ray J. Gadd


Sofia DeWolfe

Steve Dondero


Thia Konig



Floret Design Studio

Specializing in weddings, intimate gatherings, corporate events, and editorial, Floret Design Studio looks to enhance every space with artful and intentional floral design.


Primavera Plants & Flowers

Since 1973, Primavera Plants & Flowers talented designers have created bouquets, flower arrangements, and on-site decorating with each client’s individual style and budget in mind.


Yellow House Floral

Specializing in innovative and stylish floral design, Yellow House Floral (formerly Sue Bridgman) is the premier floral design studio in the Sun Valley-Ketchum area.


Tara Bella Flowers

Tara Bella Flowers is a floral design business serving Sun Valley for over 20 years. Owner Tara Matteson brings a spirit of Southern hospitality and exceptional attention to detail to make every wedding feel like the unique and memorable event every couple deserves.


Taylor’d Events

Known for classic and colorful designs, Taylor’d Events creates lush floral arrangements that bring a touch of elegance and beauty to any wedding. Check out their sister company Hank & Sylvie’s for more.




Galena Lodge


Ketchum Forest Service Park

208.726.7820 forest-service-park

Knob Hill Inn


Idaho Rocky

Mountain Ranch


Limelight Hotel


Mountain Village Resort


Redfish Lake Lodge


Sawtooth Botanical Garden


Sun Valley Resort


The Valley Club


Wild Horse Creek Ranch




Flying the west for over 40 years, Turbo Air is a fully authorized FAA charter operator! Let our experienced crews take you where you want to go with the flexibility, privacy and maximum security only Turbo Air can offer. Come fly with Turbo Air!


• Direct to final destination

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YOUR SKY, YOUR SCHEDULE TURBO AIR CHARTER Stephanie Rice | 208.721.0116 | |


Danielle Anspach Hair

Bare Sun Valley

Chantelle Conway Makeup Artist

The Feathered Flip 208.788.0092


Barry Peterson Jewelry 208.726.5202

Jensen Stern 208.726.2363


Willow Papery



Aardvark Transportation LLC 208.721.7682

Miller’s Limo 208.720.3861

Mountain Resort Services 208.726.9351

Sun Valley Shuttle 208.721.4080


Barbara’s Party Rentals


That’s Entertainment 208.726.8800

Phantom Hill Privy

Clear Creek Disposal



Cathie Caccia Private Yoga and Massage


Exten IV Therapy


Gather Yoga


Heidi Hanselman’s Therapeutic Massage 208.721.1291



Pure 208.727.9080

Pure Medical Spa 208.788.4747 Reini Modern Skin Care 206.858.8017 Zenergy Health Club & Spa 208.725.0595 WEDDINGS 91


Warfield Distillery & Brewery


Sawtooth Brewery

208.726.6803 Ketchum 208.788.3213 Hailey




Scout Wine & Cheese


Above: Grumpy’s
Right and below: Warfield Distillery & Brewery

Silver Creek in Picabo

Galena Lodge


Lost River Outfitters


Silver Creek


Sun Valley Golf Club & Sawtooth Putting Course


Sun Valley Gun Club


Sun Valley Stables


Sun Valley Outfitters


Clean lines, open floor plans, and the warmth of timber and stone blend together to deliver the essence of elevated mountain living. 42 PREMIER TOWNHOMES WITH FLOOR PLAN OPTIONS RANGING FROM 1,669 to 3,482 sqft 2 to 5 Bedrooms 2 to 4.5 Bathrooms
or 2 Attached Private Garages Your Mountain Home Awaits Timeless, contemporary townhomes in the heart of Elkhorn. RESERVE YOURS TODAY. First Units Delivering This Summer. Model unit opening soon ! Call to schedule a tour : 208.721.0484.
Contact Our Sales Team to Get Started Explore Sunshine SUNSHINE-SUNVALLEY.COM GRAYDON & HEATHER BURNETT BURNETT PROPERTIES Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho Grady, Associate Broker / Partner • 208.720.0906 Heather, Agent • 208.721.0484
Photo: Sun Valley Resort, Kevin Syms

Three Unit Ketchum Investment - 320 N 1st Ave 1B & 1C

Wonderful investment opportunity in the heart of downtown Ketchum comprised of two modern commercial condominium units in the Class ‘A’ Friesen Building on Gallery Row. The Units are laid out as three leasable spaces - one first floor unit and two second floor units. All units are fully leased, with windows facing Baldy, and share clean contemporary common spaces, with concrete floors and high ceilings. The property is an investor’s dream, with units that are always in demand and an in-place CAP rate of 5.41%! Please call for more information and full offering package! OFFERED AT $1,090,000 MLS 24-331777

Paul Kenny

Associate Broker | CCIM 208.726.1918 ext. 17 paul@kenny-bogue.

Matt Bogue

Designated Broker | CCIM 208.726.1918 ext. 10

Matt Gelso

Associate Broker | CCIM 208.726.1918 ext. 12 mgelso@kenny-bogue.


Not all real estate brokerages are the same. Sotheby’s International Realty is Idaho’s only real estate firm with the power to tell your property’s story to a global audience. Our strategic content partnerships and our in-house marketing department go above and beyond traditional advertising, connecting our clients’ properties with the readers of the world’s most influential media outlets. Our agents, our brokerage, our marketing– for those who seek an exceptional real estate experience, there is only Sun Valley Sotheby’s International Realty.

®,™ and SM are licensed trademarks to Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. All information from sources deemed to be reliable although not warranted or guaranteed by Sotheby’s International Realty®. 14 AGENTS - OVER 400 YEARS OF COMBINED EXPERIENCE | 208.726.5300 | 291 N Main St, Ketchum, ID 83340 SUMMER BALDWIN BOB DITTMER JAY EMMER COREY GRAHAM CHRIS GRATHWOHL DAWN HOFHEIMER HOLLY KNOELLER KEVIN LAIRD JIM LOYD NICK MARICICH DEVRA MARY SUE RANNEY KAMBRIN THORNE KATHERINE WESSEL

Whether buying or selling, what matters most to me is honest communication, extreme loyalty to my clients, and providing exceptional service with a direct, hands-on approach.

What clients say they appreciate about working with me is my patience, my low-pressure approach with them, yet tenacious demeanor on their behalf, my commitment from the beginning to the end of a transaction and beyond, and my ability to listen and understand what they want to accomplish.

If this speaks to you, give me a call or send me a message. I look forward to hearing from you!







approved for almost 5000 square foot home on this WATERFRONT LOT Home is perfectly sited on lot to take full advantage of water views and surrounding hills. Plans include 4 bedrooms, bunk room, second great room plus guest house Main suite includes large study plus waterfront views. 3 car garage is over 900 square feet plus attic storage of over 3100 square feet. Ready to BUILD NOW!
Acres - Listed at $1,200,00 © 2022 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC All Rights Reserved DEBORAH SIEVERS (208) 720-0782 DEBORAH.SIEVERS@COLDWELLBANKER.COM WWW.DSIEVERS.CBDISTINCTIVE.COM
approved for almost 5000 square foot home on this WATERFRONT LOT Home is perfectly sited on lot to take full advantage of water views and surrounding hills. Plans include 4 bedrooms, bunk room, second great room plus guest house. Main suite includes large study plus waterfront views 3 car garage is over 900 square feet plus attic storage of over 3100 square feet. Ready to BUILD NOW!
54 Acres - Listed at $1,200,00 © 2022 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC All Rights Reserved DEBORAH SIEVERS (208) 720-0782 DEBORAH.SIEVERS@COLDWELLBANKER.COM WWW.DSIEVERS.CBDISTINCTIVE.COM
approved for almost 5000 square foot home on this WATERFRONT LOT Home is perfectly sited on lot to take full advantage of water views and surrounding hills. Plans include 4 bedrooms, bunk room, second great room plus guest house. Main suite includes large study plus waterfront views 3 car garage is over 900 square feet plus attic storage of over 3100 square feet. Ready to BUILD NOW! 2 54 Acres - Listed at $1,200,00 © 2022 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC All Rights Reserved DEBORAH
THE HIGHEST PRICE SALE THIS YEAR 360 East Ave, Unit 2 Ketchum, ID 83340 Compass RE is a licensed real estate broker and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws. All material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, condition, sale, or withdrawal without notice. Photos may be virtually staged or digitally enhanced and may not reflect actual property conditions. Home is Sun Valley. HAILEY | SUN VALLEY | BELLEVUE | KETCHUM | STANLEY Evan Wyman 208.721.7771 Badell Team 208.720.6040 Michelle Englert 208.720.9942 Melissa Tindall 206.818.8710 208.269.3371 Your local experts 455 Big Wood Dr | Badell Jones Real Estate Services With a national network of 28,000+ Compass agents, we have coast-to-coast connections to help serve our clients with unparalleled access and networking across the nation to reach a larger set of buyers.
4 BD, 4.5 BA, 4729 SF, 1 ACRE | MLS #24-331734 | $9,995,000 Stacey Rutherford 208.450.9131 Malea Southward 208.721.1381 FAIRWAY ROAD HOME


One of Ketchum’s Premier Locations

This luxury unit lives large! Private in-town location, with picturesque Trail Creek and Baldy views. Minutes to shops, theater, bars and restaurants. Open floor plan with fireplace, hardwood floors, modern kitchen, quartz countertops. Has a 268 SF garage plus 193 SF of storage. 3 BD, 3 BA, 2151 SF. Offered at $2,595,000. MLS #24-331478

Janis Fulton 208.720.4050

Charming, Elegant and Cozy A timeless, contemporary home creatively designed by award-winning architect Jeff Williams. This home maximizes light, comfort and convenience, with gorgeous finishes throughout and views of Baldy. Close to Ketchum and Sun Valley resort amenities. 3 BD, 2.5 BA, 3253 SF, .63 Acre. Reduced to $3,295,000. No HOA dues. MLS #23-331326

Janis Fulton 208.720.4050

Fifth & Main.

• Condominium 201: 3+ BD, 3.5 BA, 2816 SF

Four new luxury condominiums in the heart of downtown Ketchum, each celebrating and drawing their inspiration from our iconic mountain town.

Developed by award-winning Wilson Construction, these units combine timeless architecture with modern enhancements and unsurpassed attention to detail.


• Condominium 202: 3+ BD, 3.5 BA, 2974 SF


• Penthouse 301: 4+ BD, 4.5 BA, 3417 SF Rooftop decks | $7,250,000

• Penthouse 302: 4+ BD, 4.5 BA, 3250+ SF Rooftop decks | $7,150,000

• All units include private 2-car garages

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650.387.2414 (Matt)

208.720.1544 (Gayle)

This stately home offers great living spaces and lots of sunlight. Perched on an elevated setting at the end of a cul de sac, this is the perfect place to get away from it all (but still be 5 minutes from everything!).

4 BD, 4.5 BA, 4600 SF, .57 ACRE | Call for more details | $4,100,000

Our experience, knowledge, and dedication to our clients make the difference in today’s real estate market. When Sun Valley’s mountains are calling, we can help you answer.

Just in Time for Summer
There is real estate, and then there is REAL ESTATE. • 7 bedrooms, 9 baths, set on 2.34 acres just 5 minutes from town • Massage room, gym, heated pool and spa • Endless views, next to 16 acres of open space • Offered at $18,995,000 John Sofro | 208.720.5776 Sue Engelmann | 208.720.0680


• The Davies Reid Building in downtown Ketchum

• Mixed-use building with multiple levels

• Exclusive penthouse with Baldy Views

• 1 BD apartment, elevated courtyard, plunge pool

• Over 8000 SF of commercial space

• 3 garage bays and 4 covered carport spaces

• Offered at $11,995,000

John Sofro | 208.720.5776 Sue Engelmann | 208.720.0680 Pam Rheinschild | 208.720.5577
Rich in History SEPP AND SIGI’S SUN VALLEY STORY STARTED HERE 2 Homes I 160 acres I 4 Parcels I Private Spring-Fed Lake I Backside of Bald Mtn $14,000,000 Jed Gray Sun Valley Associates 208-720-0575 Sue Engelmann Berkshire Hathaway 208-720-0680 HomeServices SV Properties
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Experience year-round comfort in one of Ketchum’s newest neighborhoods—Warm Springs Ranch Residences. This unique development offers an exciting opportunity to own a piece of this thriving mountain community. Soak up the serenity of Warm Springs Creek and the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Enjoy the best of both worlds with in-town convenience and mountain town charm.

Stuart Hoag: STUART@STUARTHOAG.COM | 208.720.3111 125 MOUNTAIN
For more information about either of these incredible opportunities, please contact
LIST PRICE: $2,700,000




Discover your slice of private Idaho in the heart of the Stanley Basin! Nestled amidst the breathtaking Sawtooth Range, this year-round single-family home offers unparalleled beauty and convenience. Situated at the end of a private road and bordering Forest Service Land, it boasts majestic views, easy access to trails, Job Creek, abundant wildlife & recreational opportunities.

Inside, experience mountain living at its finest with an inviting open floor plan, lofty ceilings, and exquisite finishes. The gourmet kitchen is a chef’s dream with granite countertops and reclaimed oak floors. Modern amenities abound, including air conditioning, a propane fireplace, high-speed internet, fire resistant maintenance-free siding, and RV hookups. Don’t miss out on the ultimate Stanley retreat!

LIST PRICE: $3,495,000


Stunning elevated views are captured from this timeless residence in Sun Valley Fairways, close to Sun Valley Village, Community School, and resort amenities. A blend of Craftsman and Modernist design elements form this masterpiece of architecture, incorporating the warmth of natural wood and stone with the progressive edge of architectural steel. Four granite fireplaces create a cozy atmosphere in sitting areas enjoyed by family and guests, along with extraordinary views from every room. The living room cathedral ceiling architecture evokes feelings of sanctuary and awe with its views over Sun Valley to the mountains beyond. The custom Douglas Fir windows, cabinets, and furniture pieces reference regional Northwest design context providing a flexible foundation for interior design across the spectrum from traditional to contemporary. Ready for immediate occupancy, this is a rare property exhibiting exceptional taste and offers irreplaceable value. $11,500,000. | MLS# 23-331141

TOM DROUGAS, Owner/Broker 208-720-6089 | | 300 N Main Street

This elegant sunlit sanctuary is perched majestically atop Knob Hill, only a stone’s throw from the heart of Ketchum with dramatic views of Baldy. Defined by its expansive living spaces, natural light, state-ofthe-art Chef’s kitchen, bonus wine room, and lavish primary suite, this home offers tranquil outdoor living spaces and ample space to host family and guests. Schedule your private tour today and experience the epitome of luxury living.


• 5 Bedrooms, 5.5 Baths / 6637 SQFT

• Heated Driveway

• Wet Bar & Wine Room

• Chef’s Kitchen

• Commercial Elevator

• Entertaining Decks

• 3 Car Garage

Experience Unrivaled Elegance & Breathtaking Views at this Knob Hill Gem 780 Alpine Lane
Higgins | 208.720.0525 | Jason Buck | 208-720-4859 |


Stanley’s beloved music festival returns June 20-23

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Rosin up that bow cuz the Sawtooths are set to vibrate with the sweet sounds of the best-kept music festival secret in one of the greatest live music towns in the country. It’s time for the Sawtooth Valley Gathering (SVG) in Stanley, Idaho. This beloved event boasts four days and nights of folk rock and roots, Americana, bluegrass, and more, and if you’re a fan of Pixie & the Partygrass Boys, then:

We’ll be singing, my friend, howlin’ to the moon ‘til the end— stand on a mountaintop with me, dance, dance, darlin’, just be free!

“The 9th annual Sawtooth Valley Gathering is poised to be our best festival to date, with 30-plus live performances from some of the most accomplished songwriters and musicians performing around the country,” says founder James Fowler.

In addition to Pioneer Park’s outdoor stages, latenight shows press on at the legendary Mountain Village Resort’s Velvet Falls Dance Hall and the Kasino Club. The Sawtooth Valley Gathering is an authentic musical experience like no other. It’s walkable, affordable, and family-friendly. The festival kicks off this year on Wednesday, June 19, with a pre-party at 9pm at Kasino Club, followed by Thursday, June 20, and Sunday, June 23, at Mountain Village Resort, and Stanley Pioneer Park on Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22. In addition, local and regional vendors are on-site and in Stanley, providing beverages, food, arts and crafts, workshops ranging from songwriting to line dancing, and more to create this celebrated summer experience.

New this year, Thursday late-nights are free to all attendees with a Festival Pass. Friday and Saturday late nights are a combined ticket for both Mountain Village Resort and Kasino Club. Says Fowler, “We will be featuring brunch sets on Friday and Saturday from 11am-3pm at both late-night venues, and starting at 3pm at Pioneer Park.”

“This event wouldn’t happen without the hundreds of volunteers from around the Northwest and beyond. Additionally, the locals and business owners of the City of Stanley are very welcoming. We love this community and are very privileged to work up here.”

—James Fowler

Friday headliners, The California Honeydrops, return from 2021. This retro-soul outfit has become a festival mainstay and toured with B.B. King, Dr. John, Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, and Allen Toussaint. They have perfected the art of improvisation—a skill so finely honed that they have completely abandoned the use of set lists, and no two shows are ever the same.

Arguably the biggest band in Montana right now, the Kitchen Dwellers will play two sets on Thursday. They weave bluegrass, folk, and rock through a treasure of homegrown stories to captivating tunes that’ll have you up dancing. Also, Donovan Frankenreiter graces Thursday’s lineup and brings his unique blend of laid-back grooves.

For their third appearance at the Sawtooth Valley Gathering, Pixie & the Partygrass Boys are guaranteed to bring the most fun possible with their high-velocity instrumentals, songwriting excellence, and sing-along anthems.

Saturday night’s headliner features Andy Frasco and the U.N., whose performances have been described as a “boisterous blend of harmonic funk and jazzy influences, all topped with boundless energy.” Frasco is the consummate showman, who plays with reckless abandonment and a disregard for the rules, with witty lyrics to back it all up. Shows are highly improvisational and promise to be a rollicking ride of fabulous feel-good music.

An epic Sunday closeout features two bands, ALO and Free Peoples. The laid-back California group ALO calls their music “jam-pop” and the description is apt—meticulously crafted, with accessibly hooked compositions laced with improvisational departures. Free Peoples have been playing Stanley for 20 years and are as good as it gets—downhome rustic charm kicking a high kind of energy with great grooves and impeccable musicianship. Free Peoples will play a separate ticketed late night show at Mountain Village Resort on Sunday.

Other notables performing at the Sawtooth Valley Gathering—the ‘one-man jam-band,’ Keller Williams, makes his debut this year. His talent can’t be overstated, and the lively fun he brings out of a guitar is at the next level. The critically acclaimed international folk singer Steve Poltz returns. Steve co-wrote “You Were Meant for Me” for Jewel, and he has quietly emerged as the kind of live phenomenon celebrated passionately by a diehard fanbase and is renowned as a festival favorite everywhere.

The late-night schedule split between Kasino Club and Mountain Village Resort features Free Creatures, Free Peoples, Floating Witch’s Head, Jupiter Holiday, Watkins Glen, The Live Oaks, David Henry Sather-Smith, Aniana, and Marshall House Project. All late-night shows are +21.

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“There’s a lot of incredible music and unforgettable performances coming to Stanley,” says Fowler. One of our partners, Sawtooth Brewery, is debuting a special Pilsner dedicated to the Sawtooth Valley Gathering, and Go-Go Squeeze Active Yogurt sponsors our kids tent this year, which will be expanded.”

Fowler adds, “This event wouldn’t happen without the hundreds of volunteers from around the Northwest and beyond. Additionally, the locals and business owners of the City of Stanley are very welcoming. We love this community and are very privileged to work up here.”

For every festival pass purchased and every single-day ticket sale, $1 is donated to four Sawtooth Valley nonprofits. Camping is available at Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park, and Mountain Village Resort’s properties. Festival attendees must have a SVG festival pass to camp at any of the SVG designated campsites. Ticketing is online and at the box office in Stanley. Summer evenings in June can be chilly, so come prepared with extra warm clothes and blankets. 

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Open weekends May 25-27 and June 1-2

Open daily June 7 through September 2 10am-5pm


Open daily June 27 through September 9 (tentative opening depending upon area road construction) 9:30am-5pm


Free Programs

11am | Junior Ranger Program 12pm | Patio Talk 1pm | Ranger Talk


Free Programs

7pm | Evening Program Friday & Saturday beginning June 16

2pm | Guided Walk Thursday & Saturday starting June 29

7pm | Evening Program Thursday & Saturday beginning June 29


Velvet Falls Dance Hall

220 Eva Falls Avenue | Stanley

Monday Night Karaoke



Tuesday Movie Nights

6pm | kid-friendly 8pm | adult movie


Car-B-Q Motor Show & BBQ

Come check out vintage cars, enjoy delicious BBQ, beer, and the view of the Sawtooths. Free entry to register your car, truck, or bike.

10am-4pm On the Mountain Village lawn west of Sinclair Gas Station

JUNE 20-23

9th Annual Sawtooth Valley Gathering



Yoga on the Lawn

8am | FREE

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Mountain Village Resort lodge / restaurant / saloon dance hall / hot spring / outpost mercantile & grocery gas & service station book now, limited rooms live music & events >> schedule Stanley, Idaho outpost cabinettes two queen deluxes kitchenette suites pet friendly rooms Enjoy a Mountain Getaway!

Save the Date Sagebrush Soiree

Save the date, July 18, for the 27th annual Sagebrush Soiree at Pioneer Park in Stanley for another phenomenal opportunity to support and celebrate the majestic Sawtooth National Recreation Area (SNRA). Show your support and gratitude for our incredible public lands and relish the views of the magnificent White Cloud and Sawtooth Mountains while enjoying music and the auction.

Established in 1997, the Sawtooth Society is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to preserving, protecting, and enhancing the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. The annual Sagebrush Soirée raises essential funds to ensure the continuation of its work.



Sunday music | 5-7pm


Sean Hatton


Ashley Rose


Canyon Kids

Wednesday music | 6-8pm


Brett Reid


Joel Chad


Coming Home

Friday music | 6-8pm


Brad Parsons


Darci Carlson


Aaron Golay

Aaron Golay
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Darci Carlson



Live music | 9pm unless noted


Chris Cullinan’s Stanley Family Jam


Road to Sawtooth Valley Gathering (TBA)


Sawtooth Blues Band

JUNE 28-29

Low-fi/Canyon Kids



620 Ace of Diamonds Blvd. | Stanley


Trivia Night

7:30pm all summer


Stanley Street Dance

6:30-10pm | FREE Ace of Diamonds


9:30pm-1am unless noted


Jonathan Warren & The Billy Goats

JUNE 7-8

Scotcho’s Funk Weekend with Mondo Pondo & Guests


Hogan & Moss and the Old Weird America

JUNE 14 Heart of Idaho Animal Sanctuary Fundraiser

Muzzie Braun & Friends 6pm


Hogan & Moss and the Old Weird America


SVG pre-party

Hillfolk Noir

JUNE 20 Street Dance

Don Hurda, Matt Mitchell Music Company

Late-night SVG

Live Oaks


Late-night SVG

Marshall House Project


Late-night SVG

David Henry Band

Saturday, Tuesday & Thursday Music 6-8pm


Dewey, Pickette & Howe


Kevin Ware


Richard Blair


Private Event


Mark Mueller


Mia Edsall


Dewey, Pickette & Howe


Richard Blair


Mark Mueller

Dewey, Pickette & Howe are a summer favorite at Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch and perform regularly during the season.


OPENING UP THE DOORS AND WINDOWS and bringing in summer is exciting. For the June edition of SVPN Magazine’s Style Dial, interior designers and home decor purveyors wanted to share ideas on freshening up your Sun Valley dwelling. From worldly collectibles to fully executed re-designs, Style Dial inspires a fresh new feel to embrace the summer season.

Suede Studio

300 North Main Street #202 | Ketchum 208.726.1561


“Designing a kitchen for a multigenerational home is about creating a space that provides connection and comfort,” says Jennifer Hoey Smith of Suede Studio. “Including two kitchen islands in this layout adds functionality and encourages social interaction. With plenty of living space seamlessly integrated, this kitchen becomes the heart of the home. This thoughtful design prioritizes every family member’s needs, ensuring a practical and inviting space.”

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“With spring here and summer weather around the corner, our spaces transition,” says Marina Broschofsky, owner of Red Door Home + Design. “We’re opening doors, dusting ourselves off, welcoming the outside in and the inside out.”

Red Door Home + Design

406 North Main Street | Hailey 208.788.9075

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“From faraway travels and exotic excursions, Davies-Reid has fascinating and alluring home items to bring the outside world to your corner of paradise,” says Terry Reid of Davies-Reid. “Come discover collectibles and historic items to add wonder to your life.”

Davies-Reid 131 1st Avenue North | Ketchum 208.726.3453 137
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“We love a nice bright white, but here’s the thing, we live in a place that includes a lot of white for about five months out of the year—give or take,” says Allison Connolly, owner of Allison Paige Interior Design. “Along with the months of white scape come long nights and cold days, so it’s essential to be conscious of the white tones we use inside our homes. Some of our gotos are Benjamin Moore Pale Oak for walls, weathered white Zellige for wall tile, and limestone on floors. Trust us. This is a white scheme that will keep you warm and bright all year long.”

Allison Paige Interior Design

117D Main Street | Bellevue 208.309.0789

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“What started as a furnishings-only project quickly transformed into a full finish, fixtures, and lighting selections for this new construction project,” says Redeux Decor owner Heather McGregor. “Great lighting can transform a home, so we took full advantage of every opportunity to elevate the design through beautiful fixtures.” To see more on this project, visit

Redeux Decor

9 East Bullion Street | Hailey 208.721.1380

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Outside of clinical settings, one significant way St. Luke’s carries out its mission—to improve people’s health in our communities—is through the Community Health Improvement Fund (CHIF), which provides financial support to many of our community partners.

Eighty-five non-profit organizations across the Treasure Valley, West Treasure Valley, Elmore County, Valley County, Adams County, and the Wood River Valley regions will receive $686,295 in CHIF grants this year. St. Luke’s will invest $328,700 in Magic Valley nonprofits this year.

When choosing how to distribute the grants, St. Luke’s gave special consideration to organizations whose proposals target significant health needs identified through St. Luke’s Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Consideration is also given to nonprofit organizations that work collaboratively and have equity-driven approaches to address community health needs or social determinants of health, such as safe neighborhoods, transportation, and access to nutritious foods. Because the assessment is quantitative and qualitative, it considers the voices of local experts and community members to identify needs based on their lived experiences.

Theresa McLeod, St. Luke’s Health System (SLHS) administrator of community health and engagement, explains, “The (CHNA) allows us to pinpoint, assess, and address each community’s most critical needs. St. Luke’s uses the information to guide the types of health improvement programs we provide and support with community partners.”

St. Luke’s Wood River Community Board Chair Eric Thomas adds, “While hospitals are typically associated with clinical care, St. Luke’s Health System goes beyond hospital walls to provide extensive support to our community. I am grateful for St. Luke’s commitment to investing in our local partners who align with St. Luke’s mission of enhancing the health and well-being of all community members. We recognize that it requires all of us to do our utmost in concert to address the social determinants of health gaps and the needs that arise as a consequence.”

Prioritized community health needs include:

 Affordable housing and homelessness

 Behavioral health, including mental health and well-being, suicide prevention, and substance misuse

 Access to affordable health care, including oral and vision health

 Access to health-related services, including improving language and cultural barriers

 Cost of living, including caregiving and early learning

 To enhance healthy air and water quality

Six organizations in the Wood River Valley were awarded CHIF grants: Family Health Services, Far + Wise, Men’s Second Chance Living, The Senior Connection, Syringa Mountain School, and the Wood River Community YMCA.

Sarah Seppa, St. Luke’s Wood River’s Director of Community Engagement, speaks to the meaningful impact these organizations and their programs can have. “Our community partners are all doing amazing work throughout our Valley,” she says. “I am always impressed with the thoughtfulness and thoroughness that go into providing programs and services that work to prevent and help individuals overcome obstacles to physical and mental health. They often dedicate their heart, skills, time, and other resources, going above and beyond to make a difference. It’s rewarding to be able to assist with a CHIF grant to further the work that they do.”

Every year, the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation (SLWRF) also awards community grant funds to local, non-profit organizations working to address the community’s most significant health needs. Last year, organizations received grant awards totaling nearly $250,000 from SLWRF, including Family Health Services, Men’s Second Chance Living, The Senior Connection, and The Wood River Community YMCA. 




Family Health Services, located in Bellevue, serves the uninsured and under-insured in Blaine County. A $1 million grant from the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation (SLWRF) helped make the Bellevue clinic a reality. SLWRF and St. Luke’s continue to award grant funds to provide funding for high-quality, culturally sensitive primary medical, dental, behavioral health, social services, and discount pharmacy services that are affordable and accessible. The 2024 CHIF grant will help address access to dental care. In the last 12 months, approximately 996 unique patients accessed medical care in the Bellevue clinic over 2,241 separate encounters. Nearly five hundred (473) unique patients accessed affordable dental care over 1,001 separate encounters, and 109 patients accessed enabling services over 254 separate encounters.

“Family Health Services is extremely grateful for being awarded the Community Health Improvement Fund grant by St. Luke’s. These funds will allow us to purchase much-needed dental equipment and supplies for our Bellevue clinic. The equipment and supplies will allow FHS to continue to provide primary dental services to our low-income patients who don’t have insurance coverage. The grant was also used to purchase hygiene kits for home use for adults, children, and babies who struggle to afford these important dental products. Thank you to St. Luke’s, SLWRF, and the Community Health Improvement Fund for partnering with FHS to keep the Wood River Valley healthy,” comments Aaron Houston, Family Health Services CEO.


Far + Wise is committed to helping under-resourced children in our community change their lives through the power of education. “We provide our students free, longterm academic, social-emotional, and life skills support, enrichment opportunities, college and career preparation, and family engagement. What makes our approach so unique is our personal, year-round engagement with the same youth group, from early elementary through high school and beyond,” explains Executive Director Laura Rose-Lewis. In their Elementary Program, social-emotional learning (SEL) is integral to their programming. She adds, “We know that when children can manage communication, emotions, and conflicts, and create dependable, connected relationships and trust, their emotional and mental well-being is improved, and they are better able to learn and achieve academic success.”

St. Luke’s CHIF funding supports social-emotional learning in their Elementary Program and other grades during the academic year. “SEL development has always been a part of our mission, but we see an increasing need for SEL support in our elementary students. Approximately 50% of each cohort has SEL challenges, and up to 25% require focused small group or 1-to-1 support. Our Child Development Specialist spends one day a week with each of our five cohorts, providing support for SEL development at the classroom and individual levels. We are grateful for the ongoing support from St. Luke’s,” states Lewis.


Men’s Second Chance Living (MSCL) House provides safe and sober living to adult men in early recovery from substance use disorder. Executive Director Sonya Wilander explains, “Our programs provide wraparound support and skills necessary for residents to reintegrate, becoming independent and engaged community members.”

Programs include a safe and sober living house, funding for counseling, preventative dental and medical care, crisis care, financial education classes, matched savings accounts, education costs, and nutrition assistance.

“Through our programs, MSCL House addresses four top-ranking community health needs identified by St. Luke’s 2023 CHNA. Housing is the most critical pillar of our mission,” adds Wilander. “Blaine County has a housing crisis with scarcity and inflated costs, making

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finding any housing, much less safe and sober housing, tough. Our programs are holistic and go well beyond housing. With the foundational need for housing in place, the men address the root causes and impacts of substance dependency and work constructively to improve their futures. Our additional proven programs include funding and support for physical and mental healthcare. We partner with outstanding local providers who offer our residents reduced cost or free care, addressing not only urgent concerns but also helping establish relationships with the healthcare system and fostering an understanding of the importance of preventative and continuing care. Residents in both houses reported using these services during their stay at MSCL House and that this access was critical in their recovery process.”


The Senior Connection will use the generosity of the St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement Fund towards the Vision & Hearing Center to help ensure the support of 100% of the seniors who walk through their doors, and no one will be turned away due to an inability to pay. “Loss of these senses contributes to isolation as older adults can no longer participate in fulfilling activities with their family and friends like they did before. Our older adult community (approximately 5,545 adults 65+ according to the U.S. Census Bureau) will have access to these services that will help them maintain their quality of life and overall wellbeing,” says Mary Simms, Director of Donor and Community Relations. Supporting the Vision & Hearing Center is critical in providing proximate access to these health services that would not otherwise be available in the Valley.


Syringa Mountain School, located in Hailey, is developing a social group program for kindergarten through 8th-grade students. The social groups, focusing on those needing social-emotional support, are guided by licensed counselors skilled in addressing contemporary emotional and social challenges and help students navigate the challenges of the post-COVID era, where many students may feel isolated, anxious, or uncertain. The groups add to mental wellbeing by fostering understanding and connection in a safe environment. Director Christi Thompson notes, “Importantly, our project considers and accommodates different cultural

backgrounds and linguistic needs. It can help bridge language and cultural barriers, ensuring that all students, regardless of their background, have access to vital emotional support.”


The purpose of a YMCA is to bring together the whole community and create a sense of belonging while working in youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. The advent of the pandemic transformed the need in our community and, consequently, the nature of the Wood River Community YMCA. “We are now serving more than 30% of our community’s children, as identified and recruited by our school district, to recover lost learning days or to create equity for children who are 1-2 tiers below grade level in reading or who are English language learners,” explains Executive Director Jason Scherer.

The Wood River Community Y formed partnerships with the College of Idaho, Teach for America, Far + Wise (formerly I Have A Dream Foundation), Lee Pesky Learning Center, and our local public and private schools to open pop-up schools in old buildings or to reopen school buildings during the summer and enroll over 300 kids in the SummerBridge program. In addition to literacy, they provided education through agriculture and the environment, school-age care for low-income children, drowning prevention, and social-emotional learning.

St. Luke’s begins accepting CHIF grant applications from non-profit organizations every summer. In the Treasure Valley, McCall, and Wood River, applications open in August and close on Sept. 30. Magic Valley accepts applications two times a year, in February and July. Each application is reviewed by multiple committees, expert volunteers, and St. Luke’s leaders. As part of the grant award, receiving organizations must submit an ‘Activation Report’ by October 1, outlining how the grant dollars were used and where the impact was made.

Find program application forms at community-health-improvement-fund-grants.



St. Luke’s Wood River Earns Top 100 Critical Access Hospital Award from The Chartis Center for Rural Health

The Chartis Center for Rural Health recognized St. Luke’s Wood River (SLWR) as a 2024 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital. Chartis’ annual Top 100 award program recognizes outstanding performance among the nation’s rural hospitals based on the results of the Chartis Rural Hospital Performance INDEX®

“During an era of profound uncertainty for rural healthcare, the Top 100 rural hospitals continue to provide a unique lens through which we can identify innovation and inspiration for delivering high-quality care to increasingly vulnerable populations,” says Michael Topchik, National Leader of The Chartis Center for Rural Health.

St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation Honors Nurses for Excellence

St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation’s Board of Directors and the Harvey Gray Family were recently awarded the 2024 Carl A. Gray Memorial Award for nursing excellence. Each year, the entire hospital staff nominates a nurse who exemplifies excellence in their nursing practice. The nursing staff then votes on the colleague they believe most deserving of recognition. This year, Scott Kelly, RN, BSN—Admin Supervisor for Med/Surg, Mother/Baby, and the Emergency Department, was the staff’s clear choice to receive the excellence award.

St. Luke’s Wood River adds therapists to behavioral health clinic

St. Luke’s Clinic—Behavioral Health, located at 1450 Aviation Drive in Hailey, is pleased to announce that two exceptional behavioral health therapists recently joined the team. Priscilla Bake, LMSW, and Sadie Macquarrie, LPC, join Alison Burpee, LCSW, who has been a therapist with the St. Luke’s Clinic for over six years, and Hillary Godsill, LCSW, who provides fulltime virtual care out of Boise.

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Sadie Macquarrie, LPC


“ e majority of businesses in this valley rely on a healthy ow of visitors on a yearly basis. I, like many others, am able to raise a family here because of those visitors. Fly Sun Valley Alliance takes a very calculated approach in providing more air service to bring people here from all over the country without inundating our guest services. e increased air service options also allow many people to live here, who otherwise could not because they have to travel for work. I’m proud to partner with FSVA through the Realtors for Air program because they provide a major tool for me to have the privilege to watch my girls grow up in one of the most beautiful places in the world.”

— Luc McCann, McCann-Daech-Fenton Realtors

FLY SUN Nonstop to DEN • LAX • ORD • SEA • SFO • SLC ONE STOP TO THE WORLD 100% of the Sun Valley Board of Realtors 350+ member businesses are supporting air service through the innovative SVBR Realtors for Air program. Longer Season! More Flights! SEA: Nonstop flights 2x weekly May 16 - June 9, daily June 13 - Sept 30, 2x weekly Oct 3 - Nov 30 SLC: Nonstop flights 2-3x daily year-round DEN: Nonstop flights daily year-round, 2x daily May 23 - Sept 25 SFO: Nonstop flights 2x weekly May 23 - June 22, daily June 27 - Sept 2, 2x weekly Sept 5 - Oct 26 LAX: Nonstop flights 2x weekly May 26 - June 23, daily June 26 - Sept 2, 2x weekly Sept 4 - Oct 27 ORD: Nonstop flights 2x weekly May 25 - Sept 1
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CENTERED continues to reach new heights of innovation in the neurologically-based consciousness space

We are thrilled to launch our “5 day RESET” program, which combines neurologically-based methods with consciousness-based practices specifically aligned to balance the nervous system and create a robust and transformative experience. The goal is an accelerated result of positive health, inspiration, and connection, set in the energetically healing environment of Sun Valley and its natural tranquility, energy, and beauty.

The impact of integrating solution-oriented neurologicallybased methods with modalities that regenerate cellular and mitochondrial function, combined with consciousness-based approaches, is innovative and progressive.

The program is crafted to integrate and transformative modalities to achieve physical, neurological, mental, and emotional clarity, strength, and optimization. The programs are geared towards charging up, feeling balanced, and high energy.

Each participant receives a personalized plan, starting with a goal-setting discovery consultation and continuing with a custom plan tailored to the individual and designed to establish a firm foundation for a level of health that may not even have been thought possible: pain-free, mentally clear, inspired for life, contributing positively.

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We aim to accelerate all participants on a proper health and healing trajectory.


These resets are appropriate for those struggling with low energy, autoimmune, hormonal imbalance, chronic and complicated conditions, sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, pain, allergies, digestive issues, and more.

The mission of the resets is to accelerate all participants on a path of inspired health. The shifts felt during the week are meant to charge participants up for months to come, and be repeated when needed.

Our event is alcohol and substance-free and focused on transformation, balance, inspiration and awakened purpose, alignment and consciousness. 

Dr. Molly Brown, PhD, D.N.M. owns CENTERED in Ketchum, Idaho. Specializing in sleep, endocrine issues, autoimmune, anxiety, depression, detoxification, and pain and sports injury through many different modalities, Molly passionately holds space for limitless healing.


Included in the program:

 Discover virtual consultation to discover specific goals

 An initial in-person appointment includes a detailed review of health history and brain activity using an EEG. Using the data from the EEG, we customize a neurofeedback plan to train the brain toward healthy and efficient patterns.

 Five neurofeedback sessions (brain training to resolve anxiety, trauma, mental health, brain fog, processing issues, overthinking, compulsive tendencies, poor stress tolerance, and more)

  4 QNRT sessions (neurological reset that resets the nervous system to decrease underlying emotional stress, pinpoints and prioritizes underlying immune and organ/glandular imbalances)

  5 AMIT sessions (muscle activation resolving pain, weakness, instability)

  5 PEMF sessions (pulse magnetic supporting mitochondrial function)

  5 Nano Vi sessions (repairs damaged DNA, clears inflammation)

 Unlimited infrared therapy (supports thyroid, positive mood, cellular energy, clears inflammation)

  5 Live O2 sessions (intermittent hypoxia for system vascularization, increased VO2 max, and more)

  5 Vasper sessions (increases testosterone, lowers cortisol, sports recovery, and performance)

 Morning meditation breathwork and yoga (grounding and balancing the nervous system)

 Sound Healing Friday Closing (a highlight of the entire experience)

 Glow meals, juices, and elixirs to support a high-energy experience

CENTERED will offer group resets on a recurring and yearly basis, with an option to book groups of up to 15 people. Individual intensives can also be booked individually year-round.

To learn more about resets and to sign up for the 5 Day Reset, visit

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Baldy Bluebird Music Festival debuts

Freedom won’t be the only thing ringing this Fourth of July holiday when the inaugural Baldy Bluebird Festival settles in at River Run Plaza, delivering epic reverberations all the way to Baldy’s sunset blush. RJK Entertainment and Sun Valley Resort present two jampacked evenings of powerful live music with harmonies, vibes, and guitar twangs that’ll bring the Idaho stars down in firework fashion. The pure country of Midland and the gritty, gorgeous vocals of Grace Potter—both Grammy Award-nominated—headline respectively for the two-night independence holiday festival, supported by the likes of Charlie Worsham and JD Clayton and home-grown talent Axel Diehl and Ketchum’s own The Pisten Bullys.

“You will not want to miss these two evenings of live music and great times in Sun Valley during the 4th of July,” says Ryan Kolquist, owner of RJK Entertainment, LLC. “We are focused on making the inaugural Baldy Bluebird Music Festival an absolute success, an epic show for the entire family from national acts to local talent.”

The event is not just about music. It’s also about giving back. It benefits two local nonprofit organizations, the Wood River Baseball Association and the Blaine County Charitable Fund, which provides emergency rental assistance and other help to families experiencing temporary crises.

Born and raised in Sun Valley, Idaho, Axel Diehl opens the fest with music firmly planted in his roots but laced with a Nashville infusion. Then, Charlie Worsham takes the stage as the feature on the 4th. The acclaimed singer/songwriter and celebrated multi-instrumentalist has been a mainstay in

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“I have a voice and gift, and I love storytelling.”
—Grace Potter
From left, Midland’s Cameron Duddy, Mark Wystrach, and Jess Carson
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the country music scene both as a former member of Old Crow Medicine Show and as a solo performer, touring with major acts from Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert to Brad Paisley and Kenny Rodgers. He continues to tour as part of Dierks Bentley’s band and was honored with the ACM Award for Acoustic Guitar Player of the Year.

Headlining Thursday, double Grammy® nominees Midland, from Dripping Springs, Texas, bring their rich traditional country sound, thick harmonies, and tart lyrics to Idaho. Midland has spent the past few years on the road, selling out headline tours from coast to coast as well as getting to support some of country music’s biggest stars like George Strait, Garth Brooks, and Tim McGraw. They’re a genuine trio that has stood the test of history in an industry where only a handful of bands figure out how to stay together—Mark Wystrach fronts the band’s rich sound that is rounded out with lead guitarist/vocalist Jess Carson and bass player/vocalist Cameron Duddy. All three write songs. With a noholds-barred ambition, Wystrach said in a 2020 Washington Post interview, “When you start out, everybody says you should find your lane and stay in it, but we’re not interested in staying in that lane. We don’t want to just compete with country bands. We want to be a great band.”

Midland released their last album in 2022, The Last Resort: Greetings From, but the trio is imminently poised to release their latest, with an initial single, “Up in Texas,” that dropped in

From left: Pisten Bullys’ James Tautkus, Sean Kovich, Drew Kirk, and Chris Zarkos

December—essentially a love letter to the state in which the group formed. Speaking with Texas Music Magazine this past February about the new collection, Cameron Duddy said, “I can say that this is the most poignant thing that we’ve ever recorded, and really a level up in terms of songwriting and musicianship.” Get ready to go big with Texas love. Fireworks follow the concert at the Sun Valley Resort.

Baldy Bluebird continues on the 5th with more soulful sounds of the West and country rock. Local to the Ketchum, Idaho, country music scene, The Pisten Bullys bring their experiences in Western Idaho to life through a unique altcountry sound. Kolquist says, “The Pisten Bullys are one of the few bands in the area that can hold a crowd and adapt to any situation.”

Then it’s Arkansas-born singer/songwriter JD Clayton, whose 2023 debut album, Long Way From Home, received overwhelming critical acclaim. Clayton delivers earnest lyrics and lived-in vocals for a timeless sound, confirming the hallmarks of a genuine craftsman of country music.

In her signature unapologetic and powerful fashion, Grammy-nominated Grace Potter closes the festival on Friday night. Her current Mother Road album is an explosion of creativity following a period of emotional crisis, resulting in a magnificent collection of raw personal history and

emotion-fusing soul, blues, country, and timeless rockn-roll in the cinematic nature of storytelling. It marks the start of a thrilling new era in a career that includes churning out seven acclaimed albums, sharing the stage with The Rolling Stones, Robert Plant, and the Allman Brothers Band, and playing nearly every major music festival. Mother Road began as Potter’s self-directed timetravel road trip escape but emerged as an arrival from a long journey into her personal history of life, love, and belonging.

“It was me really arriving at who I’ve always been and exploring the urges and the natural proclivity to wander and to ask questions in a way that actually felt very honest and true to me,” Potter says. “I’m just very comfortable in my skin now, and I know what I do and what my job is, and I didn’t know that before. I have a voice and gift, and I love storytelling. Mother Road is certainly the next chapter in my history book, if not the story of the rest of my life.” 

JULY 4 & 5


Additional Baldy Bluebird Music Festival sponsors include Zions Bank, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and Coors Light.

5:30pm | Doors

6pm | First acts starts River Run Lodge

Tickets: Two-day general admission passes and single-day general admission passes available. VIP is sold out.

JD Clayton
Charlie Worsham
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JUNE | 2024


120 Main Street South | Ketchum



Missy Raines & Allegheny

Grammy-nominated and ten-time International Bluegrass Music Association Bass Player of the Year Missy Raines has received this honor more than an other bass player in the organization’s history.

7:30pm | $20



Adrienne Haan: Cabaret Français


Tree City Chamber Players: “The Vibrant Viola”

Tree City Chamber Players presents “The Vibrant Viola,” a program of flute, oboe, viola, and piano selections featuring Dr. Linda Kline, Boise State Professor of Viola.

2:30pm | $10-$20

Hailed as “an entertainer of the highest caliber” by The New York Times and “The First Lady of Live Entertainment” by The Huffington Post, award-winning Chanteuse Internationale Adrienne Haan is one of the most electrifying concert and cabaret stars at work today. Adrienne Haan will present two music programs on June 28 and July 2.

7:30-9:30pm | $25-$50

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415 Spruce Avenue North | Ketchum 208.726.3493

JUNE 11-14

Sun Valley Early Literacy Summit

The Community Library invites Kindergarten through Grade 3 educators—who open the world of words to children—from around southern Idaho to come to Ketchum/Sun Valley for three days of lively conversation and learning with preeminent literacy scholars and colleagues.

Register online


The Crick with Jim Mangan and Judith Freeman

American photographer Jim Mangan began The Crick as a photographic survey of the unorthodox architecture of Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) houses in the Utah-Arizona border town of Short Creek. He soon found that the bigger story lay in a group of teenage boys navigating their disintegrating community, fractured after leader Warren Jeffs was imprisoned in 2011.


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Intertwined: Weaving in Community

Through June 15

191 Fifth Street East | Ketchum 208.726.9491

314 Second Avenue South | Hailey 208.578.9122

Intertwined: Weaving in Community considers ways artists have used traditional weaving as social practice and a platform for activism. The exhibition features artwork by Portland-based artist Sara Siestreem (Hanis Coos), Los Angeles-based artist Tanya Aguiñiga, and AMBOS (Art Made Between Opposite Sides), a collective that Aguiñiga founded in 2016.

Artist Sara Siestreem (Hanis Coos) has created a selfsustaining weaving program for the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw people. Siestreem is an activist who uses the practice and teaching of traditional Native weaving to preserve Indigenous knowledge while healing communities and the relationship between humans and the environment. The exhibition includes a newly commissioned sculpture made from ceramic, fiber, and a variety of natural and human-made materials, as well as woven, 3-D printed, and cast ceramic baskets. Also a painter and printmaker, Siestreem makes large-scale works on paper and board covered with patterns, marks, and imagery related to her weaving practice and activism.

Tanya Aguiñiga was born in San Diego, California, and raised in Tijuana, Mexico. Her experiences as a binational citizen who crossed the border daily for school inform her

approach to textiles and other forms of craft. Drawing on Mesoamerican and Indigenous Andean weaving traditions, Aguiñiga makes sculptures that are radically contemporary. These sculptures often reference the human body, including terracotta hands, other body parts, or synthetic hair. She thinks of some of them as portraits—woven figures, sometimes interconnected like networks of family or friends.

Aguiñiga, artist Natalie Godinez, and other members of the collective AMBOS are working with SVMoA to develop a community-based fiber artwork in the Wood River Valley. The artwork will emerge from workshops held with community partners in Tijuana, Bellevue, and Hailey and will grow over the exhibition as visitors add to it, incorporating their handwork and stories into the project. The exhibition also includes AMBOS’s Border Quipu/ Quipu Fronterizo, an enormous sculptural fiber work made by thousands of participants on both sides of the US-Mexico border between 2016 and 2018. Inspired by Andean preColumbian quipus, systems of knotted strings used to store information and knowledge, the Border Quipu allowed participants to share their own stories of life on the border.

Tanya Aguiñiga, Border Quipu/Quipu Fronterizo, 2016-2018, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by AHAN: Studio Forum, 2018 Art Here and Now purchase, in New Abstracts: Recent Acquisitions at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022-Sunday, Sept. 17, 2023.


June 21–September 7

Tina Barney: Homecoming features photographs Tina Barney made between 1976 and 1980, when the internationally renowned artist was living in Ketchum, Idaho, and taking photography classes at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts (now Sun Valley Museum of Art). Made with a Pentax 35mm camera, the images document the daily life and activities of the people closest to Barney. They represent a key stage in her trajectory as an artist, before she began working with a largeformat camera to make carefully composed and directed photographs. In contrast, the images in this exhibition, which were made in Sun Valley, Rhode Island, and New York, are more spontaneous. But like her later photographs, these early works illuminate the subtle interactions and psychological tensions that occur among family and friends in moments of leisure— at weddings and on squash courts, at the beach, waterpark, or ski race.


June 21–September 7

Born in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1970, the artist Rob Davis has spent the past six years making paintings that mine his childhood memories— specifically those from ages five to eight, a time of “magical thinking” among children. His hyperrealist images depict empty kitchen tables, living rooms, and porches; piles of records and plants in macrame holders. While Davis’s paintings emerge from his own lived experience, their investigation of the domestic possesses universal resonance for all viewers, particularly those familiar with the 1970s.

Rob Davis, Living Room, 2022, oil on linen, Collection of Beth Rudin DeWoody
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Tina Barney, Cowboy Boots, 1976



191 Fifth Street East | Ketchum

314 Second Avenue South | Hailey

JUNE 5 & 6

Workshop Intro to Astrophotography

Learn how to create stunning images under some of the darkest skies in the lower 48 states. Nate Liles, professional photographer/videographer will teach the workshop in two sessions.





SVMoA Hailey Classroom


Afternoon Art

Play, create, discover, and have fun! Afternoon Art is a free dropin opportunity for community members of all ages to explore concepts from the Museum’s current exhibition and create works of art. Families and friends are encouraged to communicate, reflect, and produce as artists together.

1:30-4:30pm | FREE The Museum, Ketchum


Evening Exhibition Tour

Intertwined: Weaving in Community

Enjoy refreshments as you tour the exhibit with SVMoA’s curators.

5-7pm | FREE Pre-registration recommended The Museum, Ketchum


Summer Concert Old Crow Medicine


with special guests Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway 7pm Sun Valley Pavilion

JUNE 26-30

The Sun Valley Wine Auction

Join the Sun Valley Museum of Art for their annual Wine Auction, a celebration of wine and a benefit for the arts.

Visit the website for tickets and the latest announcements.

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An interview with Mike Harris of Old Crow Medicine Show

In the heart of country music lies a band with roots that dig deep into the rich soil of American folk tradition. For 25 years, Old Crow Medicine Show has woven tales of love, loss, and life’s journey through soulful melodies and foot-stomping rhythms. Recently, I had the privilege of speaking with Mike Harris, a member of the band, as we delved into their musical odyssey, inspirations, and an eagerly anticipated performance on Wednesday, June 19, at the Sun Valley Pavilion in Idaho.

Old Crow Medicine Show was formed in 1998 by legendary lead singer Ketch Secor. The band’s lineup has evolved over the years but has consistently featured a blend of talented musicians who share a passion for American folk music. From humble beginnings busking across upstate New York and up through Canada, their sound emerged—a fusion of raw energy and old-time charm, drawing inspiration from the

deep well of American folk tradition. Musicians like Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie served as major influences for the band from the beginning. The Old Crow’s breakout record, OCS , captivated audiences with iconic hits like “(Rock Me Mama Like a) Wagon Wheel,” igniting a fervor that continues to resonate with fans today.

Mike Harris’s journey with the band began as a fan and as a friend. Old Crow’s original sound and sheer musical talent struck a chord with him during his college days. Mike’s path intertwined with the band’s a few years postgrad, ultimately resulting in a call to join their musical family in 2021. He offers an arsenal of musical talents, primarily serving as slide guitarist, banjo, mandolin, and vocals. “At the time that they asked me to join the band, I told them I was available except for one important date on my calendar that I had already blocked out. It was to attend and play a family wedding at Trail Creek Lodge in Sun Valley.”

When asked about some of his favorite performances, Mike describes how the band always looks forward to their hometown shows over the New Year’s holiday at the Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville. “This is the most beloved and sacred music performance hall, not only in Nashville but country music in general,” he says. “It’s the most storied home of the Grand Ole Opry.” Mike adds that he also loves any opportunities allowing the band to travel to the American West. “There’s just no place like it.”

Old Crow Medicine Show asserts a reverence for tradition, a commitment to storytelling, and a willingness to push musical boundaries. Their latest album, Jubilee, pays homage to their acoustic and folk roots while celebrating 25 years of musical evolution. With tracks like “Jubilee

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Jones,” the band weaves a tapestry of tales that mirror their journey and the characters who have shaped it along the way. “The band started out playing on street corners, relying on the gratuity of passersby, just spreading the gospel of music,” he shares. “Looking ahead, Mike hints at new musical horizons while remaining grounded in the band’s unwavering dedication to their craft. For Old Crow Medicine Show, the stage is a sacred space—a place where their music comes alive, forging connections with fans and singing the timeless message of hope and healing.

Mike’s excitement for their upcoming performance in Ketchum is palpable, having visited the area multiple times and even purchasing a year-round out-of-state fishing permit in anticipation of his 24-hour return. “I basically have a Sun Valley bingo card of all the fun things I want to power-pack into one day,” he tells. “If I wake up really early and get out to Warm Springs at sunup, I can get some fishing in, maybe even play a round of golf, and still be back in time for sound check.” I asked Mike where we should start looking in case he loses track of time, to which he replied, “at Atkinsons’, clearing out their supply of Sun Valley Mustard or taking over Touch Tunes at Grumpy’s.” 


Bringing their award-winning bluegrass band to the stage. Molly Tuttle, the first woman to win the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Guitar Player of the Year award, which she has won twice, will be joined by her band, including fiddler Bronwyn Keith-Hynes, mandolinist Dominic Leslie, bass player Shelby Means, and banjo player Kyle Tuttle. They will play from their recently debuted album City of Gold, which was their second consecutive Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album.

June 19

SVMoA Concert

Old Crow Medicine Show will perform on Wednesday, June 19, at 7pm at the Sun Valley Pavilion. They will be joined by Molly Tuttle and Golden Highway. 7pm

Sun Valley Pavilion




JUNE | 2024

Kneeland Gallery

271 1st Avenue North | Ketchum


Andrew Bolam, Lori McNee, and Dave LaMure

Artists’ Reception Friday, July 5, 5-7:30pm

This will be English-born Andrew Bolam’s first exhibition at the gallery. His acrylic paintings follow two separate yet linked directions, building abstract marks into recognizable imagery and using silhouettes of animals to elicit an emotional connection to his paintings. His love of the American West is evident in his images of deer, elk, and bears roaming through aspen trees and in his Native American subjects.

Local artist Lori McNee is talented in several disciplines, including landscape and her ever-popular still-life subject matter. Her work is opulent in color and texture, and her imagery is as ornamented by detail as it is rich in symbolism. Lori is an exhibiting member of Oil Painters

of America and Plein Air Painters of Idaho. Besides painting, she shares valuable tips on fine art, art business, and social media on her blog,

Lori has ranked as one of the Top 100 Most Powerful Women on Twitter and was named a TwitterPowerhouse by The Huffington Post.

Sculpture by Magic Valley artist Dave LaMure will complete this exhibition. LaMure’s inspiration is tethered by his love of the outdoors. His bold forms capture the rhythm of life in the various animals he portrays in his large-scale vessels and wildlife bronzes. His monumental sculpture depicting native Cutthroat trout can be viewed in the gallery courtyard.

Prince Charming by Andrew Bolam Acrylic on canvas 58” x 58”
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Gilman Contemporary

Nick Brandt


Gilman Contemporary presents SINK / RISE , the third chapter of The Day May Break, Nick Brandt’s ongoing global series portraying those impacted by environmental destruction and climate change.

This third chapter focuses on South Pacific Islanders impacted by rising oceans from climate change. Photographed in-camera underwater in the ocean off the coast of the Fijian islands, the local people in these images represent the many whose homes, land, and livelihoods will be lost in the coming decades as the water rises. Despite the surreal, semi-theatrical settings in which these portraits occur, Brandt’s images are direct, uncluttered, and free from distractions. This combination

of ambitious fantasy and exquisite restraint is a signature of Brandt’s work, rarely seen elsewhere.

Gilman Contemporary is proud to present this original body of work for the first time in the U.S., representing an entirely new approach to climate-conscious photography. Much more than a call to responsibility, Nick Brandt’s images rethink the link between generations, which, according to him, is one of the keys to a sustainable future.

We all need to consider the question: Are we being good ancestors?

Joel and Sosi by Nick Brandt Archival pigment print 20” x 26”; 28” x 37”; 40” x 53” limited edition photograph
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In painter Thai Mainhard’s exhibition Off the Ground, vibrant, frenetic colors are collaged, painted, and drawn onto canvases that show a sense of composition and experience. Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and based in Los Angeles, California, Mainhard brings a personal exploration of place into each of her paintings. In her newest body of work, Mainhard embraces tangible objects through an exploration of the composed still life. Expressively rendered maximalist spaces are filled with swatches of bright color, checkered tablecloths, and patterned vases of loosely rendered botanicals offer a lingering invitation. These composed paintings are the physical embodiment of the artist’s internal world and life experience, harnessing the tension between chaos and order, figurative composition, and expressive abstraction.

661 Sun Valley Road | Ketchum 208.726.7585

When it rains, it pours by Thai Mainhard Acrylic, oil sticks, flashe, pastels, and collaged canvas on canvas 50” x 40” 173
Thai Mainhard Off the Ground

Broschofsky Galleries

360 East Avenue | Ketchum 208.726.4950

Best of the West

Best of the West is a group show of gallery artists with an array of subjects and interpretations of the American West, historical through contemporary. Displaying vintage photographs from Edward Curtis’ 30-year project, “The North American Indian” (1898–1928), across the board to western pop works from Andy Warhol’s “Cowboys and Indians” series (1986).

Other artists’ works include David Yarrow’s large-scale photographic works that often evoke a feeling of curiosity, laughter, and awe with their spectacular backgrounds, recognizable models, eccentric Western characters, and trained animals.

Broschofsky Galleries also highlights recent acquisitions of paintings by Russell Chatham. In viewing a Chatham painting, one typically feels recognition of place. What is revealed is a feeling, a sense of emotion that goes deeper than the visual mind.

Other works will be on display by gallery artists: Bill Barrett, Emil Bisttram, Rudi Broschofsky, Jim Dine, Joellyn Duesberry, Ewoud de Groot, William Matthews, Joan Mitchell, Ken Peloke, Billy Schenck, Theodore Villa, Russell Young, and more.

Sitting Bull 1986 by Andy Warhol Screen print 36” x 36”
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Springtime Squall by Russell Chatham Oil on linen 30” x 36”


119 Lewis Street | Ketchum 208.309.4093


Granade & Vincent Pocsik

Silent Spines

Through July 6

OCHI is pleased to present Silent Spines, a two-person exhibition of new work by Los Angelesbased artists Rives Granade and Vincent Pocsik. This is Granade’s fifth presentation with the gallery and Pocsik’s first.

Silent Spines pairs Rives Granade’s abstract paintings and Vincent Pocsik’s anthropomorphic lamp sculptures to complement one another as they push conventional boundaries in their respective forms— Granade in an exploration of consciousness and Pocsik via his innovative approach to form and design. Both artists take an imaginative approach to their work to present unusual curves, shapes, and textures.

Rives Granade

Rives Granade’s expressive canvases pay homage to the essence of drawing as they transform fragments from his daily experiences into images teeming with figures, forms, and symbols. Intricacies from his life and within the studio give rise to moments of simultaneous clarity and obscurity—found images and ideas become rhythmic reflections on existential themes. Granade’s journey with abstraction has become notably introspective and most recently evolved into a conduit for personal expression; his paintings exist as repositories for thoughts, reminders, schedules, and snippets of biography and bibliography. Much like the ancient paintings in the Lascaux Caves and the graffiti etched into the Temple of Poseidon, Granade employs a variety of techniques to document time, layering, echoing, and affirming his presence in the world. Embracing visions, thoughts, yearnings, recollections, and reveries—a lifelong commitment to communication and mystification manifests in Granade’s fluid portrayals of myriad inner identities.

Müller Glia by Rives Granade 2023 Graphite, wax crayon, ink, dyed gesso, paper, thread, and oil on canvas 68 7/8” x 59”

Vincent Pocsik creates unconventional anthropomorphic sculptures that double as freestanding lamps. Each sculpture depicts a solitary figure featuring elongated legs, a twisted torso, and a lampshade as its head. Exquisitely crafted and intriguingly surreal, these illuminated sculptures embody contemplative beings. Simultaneously serene and introspective, Pocsik converges the natural and the fantastical to offer a poised exploration of the human form and evoke a sense of ease. Trained as an architect, Pocsik initiates his process by sketching his envisioned piece from various angles using pencil and paper. He then translates these sketches into digital form using Maya, an animation software, which he considers his “personal space.” Refining the shape further, he employs ZBrush and Rhino3D. The wooden elements of the sculpture are then roughly cut using a CNC Router and assembled using glue. Finally, Pocsik meticulously hand carves and sands the sculpture to achieve its flawless form.

Sitting with One Shoe in Walnut by Vincent Pocsik 2024 Carved walnut, resin, steel, and lighting elements 63” x 27” x 28”

Gail Severn Gallery


Nicolas Africano

Nicolas Africano will be featured in a solo exhibition presenting new sculpture, painting, and drawings. These works are about the human experience. Therefore, subject matter is of primary concern. The figures in his work reflect the artist’s personal experiences, events from childhood and collectively represent “every man.” Africano’s depictions of androgynous beings, cast in glass, arise as delicate, contemplative, and crystalline idols. His works are included in the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Milwaukee Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

1st Avenue North |
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Untitled (Schiele) by Nicolas Africano Cast glass 12” x 7.50” x 7”

In Bloom II

The exhibition features different artists’ interpretations of botanicals across various mediums. This selection of artwork serves to illustrate the sensuous beauty of flowers, as well as the symbolism found within the cyclical nature of life. In her prints, Hung Liu adopts and interprets traditional Chinese images of flowers, incorporating their historical significance. Valerie Hammond posits leafy vines as common threads through nature and spirituality. Laura McPhee’s large-format photography captures the beauty of Idaho wildflowers

while exploring the intersection of man and nature. Kathy Moss’s large-scale paintings serve as archetypes, relying on the psychological associations we assign to flowers. Works on a more intimate scale will also be featured, such as beeswax collages by Kenna Moser and chiaroscuro tulips by Michael Gregory. Additional artists include Andrew Weir, Tom Hammick, Diane Andrews Hall, and Sheila Gardner, among others.

Past All Concerns by Andrew Weir Acrylic, marker, pencil, crayon, and mixed media 46.75” x 39” 179

Hemmings Gallery

Sally King Benedict

Opening Reception July 5

Sally King Benedict’s exuberant style is unmistakable thanks to her expert use of color and dynamic brushwork. Known for her figurative and abstract work, Benedict has built an impressive following, including features in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Domino, and Southern Living. Now living in the Wood River Valley, Benedict’s summer show will showcase signature works on canvas, paper, and ceramics.

Walnut Avenue
Ketchum 208.254.1097
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Skate Park Face by Sally King Benedict Mixed media on canvas 60” x 60”

Sun Valley Contemporary Gallery

320 1st Avenue North | Ketchum


Sarah Winkler

Manchester-born artist Sarah Winkler has lived in various countries, from Malawi to Norway, and her experiences in stunning geological landscapes have influenced her artwork. Winkler’s Colorado studio sits atop a 9,000’ peak, where she creates contemporary mountainscapes inspired by her studies in Studio Art and Earth Science at William Paterson University. She uses crushed minerals and maintains a collage aesthetic in her work, which is showcased at the Cosmopolitan Hotel of Las Vegas and in over 100 prominent collections worldwide. Winkler is represented in U.S. and Canadian galleries and has participated in exhibitions such as the Bakersfield Museum of Art and Art Aspen. She is involved in the U.S. Department of State’s Art in Embassies program and has been recognized as a toprising female painter by ARTSY. Winkler’s work has been featured in various publications, including the documentary Moment by Making Art Films

Afterglow by Sarah Winkler Acrylic on panel 40” x 72” x 2.25”
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Morning Pinks by Sarah Winkler Acrylic on panel 48” x 60” x 2.25”




208.622.7722 | 335 Spruce Ave., Ketchum ID. 83340 Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho Timeless Elegance in Elkhorn Overlooking Elkhorn Golf Course’s 12th fairway, this European-style 4BD/3.5BA home is defined by its stunning mountain views, fine finishes, and endless elegance. Meticulously maintained, it captures the perfect balance of luxury and comfort. Gourmet kitchen opens to the great room with access to a heated paver patio. The thoughtful floor plan lends to easy indoor-outdoor living and entertaining. $4,150,000 MLS#24-331668 Grady Burnett - Associate Broker / Partner 208.720.0906 | Heather Burnett - Sales Associate 208.721.0484 | This wonderful 3BD/3BA unit offers clean lines, an open floor plan, and the warmth of timber and stone along with a gourmet kitchen, flex space, attached private garage, and large private terrace with mountain views to the south.
MLS# 23-331142 This 2BD + Den/2.5 BA unit offers clean lines, an open floor plan, and the warmth of timber and stone along with a gourmet kitchen, flex space, attached private garage, and large private terrace with mountain views to the south.
under construction, Sunshine Townhomes brings an elevated, contemporary design to the heart of Elkhorn Village. Perfect as a part- or fulltime residence, this spectacular 5BD/4.5BA unit offers clean lines, an open floor plan, and the warmth of timber and stone along with a gourmet kitchen.
$2,270,000 MLS#
beautiful 4BD/4.5BA townhome
perfect for
seeking comfort, extra space, beautiful mountain-modern design, and high-end finishes throughout,
leathered quartzite counters,
solid oak
MLS# 23-331371 This
MLS# 23-331372

Grady Burnett - Associate Broker / Partner 208.720.0906 |

Heather Burnett - Sales Associate 208.721.0484 |

As a seasoned husband-and-wife real estate team, we are passionate about helping people achieve their goals, whether they are buying their first home, looking for the perfect mountain hideaway, downsizing to a smaller residence, or selling their property. Together, we provide our clients with an exceptional real estate experience from start to finish. And sharing our enthusiasm for Sun Valley and its incredible mountain lifestyle is the highlight of what we do.

$699,000 MLS# 24-331792

208.622.7722 | 335 Spruce Ave, Ketchum ID. 83340 Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho
New Construction
in the Heart of Ketchum
Last available residence in the stunning First & Fourth building offers endless comfort and elegance. Single-level 2BD/2.5BA
is beautifully
boasting top-of-the-line appliances and finishes. Floor-to-ceiling “window walls” bring ample natural light into this desirable
corner unit.
$2,995,000 MLS# 23-330730
Sweetwater Townhome
Wonderful 3BD/2.5BA
Sweetwater townhome
offers an open floor plan with a spacious kitchen adjacent to a great room with gas fireplace and dining area. Lovely choice of finishes throughout this meticulously
$735,000 MLS# 24-331594
Springs Condo Located in the heart of Elkhorn Village, this 2BD + loft
/2BA condo enjoys
some of the best views in the Indian Springs complex. Second-floor
has an expanded deck & stunning SW mountain views.


791 Warm Springs Road is a 11,000 square foot corner lot at the corner of Warm Springs Rd and 8th St. The .26 Acre listing consists of Two (2) parcels each 5,500 square feet. The generational development opportunity allows for ground floor retail, office and residential above all with easy access to Ketchum and its arterials.

11,000 SF | Ketchum Core Development Opportunity | $3,300,000


Nestled in exclusive Lake Creek, north of Ketchum, this 3-bed, 2-bath mountain modern retreat offers 1,589 sf of contemporary design and rustic charm. Remodeled to perfection, it boasts an open layout, gourmet kitchen and a tranquil master suite. Outside, enjoy the hot tub and heated deck for al fresco dining. The .48 acre lot has Baldy views and room to expand the footprint or add an ADU.

1,589 SF | 3 Beds, 3 Baths | $2,500,000


80 Rainbow Bend consists of 1.4 riverfront acres located on the Big Wood River. This centrally located property boasts all day sun and privacy while at the same time being only 5 miles to Ketchum/Sun Valley and 7 miles to Hailey. The bike path is adjacent to the parcel for easy biking access in summer and cross-country skiing in winter. Wildlife abounds including deer, elk and resident rainbow trout. Fisherman will note the property is adjacent to one of the best fishing sections of the river. A portion of the property sits in the flood plain with the building envelope situated above. Build your riverfront dream home in this serene and private setting.

1.4 Acres | Riverfront | $1,395,000

Aaron Hill, Owner/Associate Broker

858-245-9783 | 540 2nd Ave N Suite 101, Ketchum ID 83340

491 E 10TH STREET, A13

Unique light industrial unit in Ketchum Core that is as close to a commercial/residential swiss army knife as one could hope to find. Zoning allows for a variety of uses including live/work. Current use of the unit includes all of the following: storage, office, gym and living areas. Large roll up door and mezzanine space add to the flexibility of this hard to find unit.

1,578 SF | Industrial Unit | $775,000

NEW LISTING 858.245.9783

201 GARNET STREET / $5,995,000



Just completed custom home combining modern Scandinavian architecture with natural finishes sourced in Idaho. The design is purposely flexible, allowing the owner to personalize the home to their own preferences.

MLS# 23-331316 | Shannon Flavin 208-450-9273

202 PICABO STREET #222A / $1,475,000

KETCHUM / $499,000

KETCHUM / $499,000

161 PERO ROAD / $3,900,000

KETCHUM / $674,000

KETCHUM / $674,000

Stepintoyourhiddenoasis,justminutesfrom downtownKetchum!Ifyoulovetoentertainwith familyandfriends,orneedtofindsomepeaceto beawayfromitall,thisisthehouseforyou. MLS#22-329236

Stepintoyourhiddenoasis,justminutesfrom downtownKetchum!Ifyoulovetoentertainwith familyandfriends,orneedtofindsomepeaceto beawayfromitall,thisisthehouseforyou.


240 AMATOPIA WAY / $1,225,000

KETCHUM / $6,876,000

KETCHUM / $6,876,000

Experience small-town charm in this modern, newly constructed downtown Hailey home with completed ADU. Just two blocks from Main Street, you’re steps from shops, dining, and riverfront trails. Inside, thoughtful design pairs high-end finishes with abundant natural light across three floors.

Anincredibleopportunitytoownafreshly remodeledhomeonanestatelotinwhatmaybe Ketchum'spremierneighborhood.Elevatedviews inmultipledirectionsandbackinguptoopen space. MLS#22-329129

This is the ultimate ‘’Ski Locker’’ or as close as you can get to a ski in ski out residence. Two Bedrooms plus a set of bunk beds. Watch 2025 World Cup from your deck! Underground parking. Sold turnkey.

GreatViews!Veryniceextensiveremodel. GroundfloorunitwithacentrallocationtoSun Valley,KetchumandWarmSprings.Openlawn area.Onbikepathandbusroutes.Greatrental incomepotential. MLS#22-329807

GreatViews!Veryniceextensiveremodel. GroundfloorunitwithacentrallocationtoSun Valley,KetchumandWarmSprings.Openlawn area.Onbikepathandbusroutes.Greatrental incomepotential.

The property offers many features; spacious living room with vaulted ceilings, gorgeous views, fireplace, chef’s kitchen, main level master and a large entertainment room. Property includes barns, outbuildings, specialty retreat room and many upgrades. 123 Acres.

MLS# 24-331526 | Suzanne Hausner 208-720-2147


318 BALD MOUNTAIN ROAD, #118 / $540,000

KETCHUM / $8,395,000

KETCHUM / $8,395,000

Offering stunning views, this cozy retreat promises a perfect blend of adventure and relaxation. Updated with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and new Pella sliding door. Sold turnkey.

MLS# 24-331537 | Wendy Carter 208-720-4388 Maureen Pressley 208-720-4595

Anincredibleopportunitytoownafreshly remodeledhomeonanestatelotinwhatmaybe Ketchum'spremierneighborhood.Elevatedviews inmultipledirectionsandbackinguptoopen space. MLS#22-329129

106 SHOSHONE COURT / $549,000



This sweeping hillside parcel is bordered by Indian Creek open space on three sides. Absolute privacy. Natural spring adjacent to the east property line. Views galore!

Aspectacularsunnycornerlotwithfantasticviews andinagreatneighborhoodjustnorthofKetchum inHulenMeadowsNeighborhood. MLS#22-329824

MLS# 24-331611 | Dan Gorham 208-720-4077

Aspectacularsunnycornerlotwithfantasticviews andinagreatneighborhoodjustnorthofKetchum inHulenMeadowsNeighborhood. MLS#22-329824

Magnificentviews!Themountain-tophomeis only10minutesfromdowntownKetchum. Theonlylargeski-inski-outhomeatthe#1Ski ResortinNorthAmerica. MLS#22-329529

Magnificentviews!Themountain-tophomeis only10minutesfromdowntownKetchum. Theonlylargeski-inski-outhomeatthe#1Ski ResortinNorthAmerica. MLS#22-329529

MLS# 24-331680 | Makenzie Callaghan 208-720-9987

119 PICABO STREET, #BG3 / $495,000

WARMSPRINGS / $299,000

WARMSPRINGS / $299,000

Nestled in the heart of Warm Springs, a perfect blend of comfort and convenience. The open-concept living area is filled with natural light, complemented with a recent renovation. Ample space for rest and relaxation.

Spectacularmountainviews,juststepsfromthe lifts,thisfractionallyownedcondowithelevator offersspace&privacy.Managementtakescareof furnishings,repairs,utilities,housekeeping,and maintenance. MLS#22-330097

MLS# 24-331793 | Hayden Gilmour 253-302-9623

Spectacularmountainviews,juststepsfromthe lifts,thisfractionallyownedcondowithelevator offersspace&privacy.Managementtakescareof furnishings,repairs,utilities,housekeeping,and maintenance. MLS#22-330097

DowntownKetchumcondojustashortdistance fromRiverRunSkiLodge&theBigwoodRiver. EnjoytheHOAhottubafteradayofplayinginthe mountains.2bedrooms,plusaloft! MLS#22-329871

DowntownKetchumcondojustashortdistance fromRiverRunSkiLodge&theBigwoodRiver. EnjoytheHOAhottubafteradayofplayinginthe mountains.2bedrooms,plusaloft!

MLS# 23-331333 | Gail Wilson Norgren 208-721-0494


1540 SNOW CREEK CONDO / $1,095,000

HAILEY/ $1,245,000

HAILEY/ $1,245,000

This beautifully renovated and updated ski-in and ski-out condo, situated on the ground level near the Sun Valley Pavilion and golf courses. Just a short walk to Dollar Lodge.

Qualitynewconstruction.Tuckedupontheeast sidenearthetrails,offersamazingviewsofBaldy andRedDevil.Largeopengreatroomand primarybedroomupstairsandanamazingroof toppatio. MLS#22-330115

Qualitynewconstruction.Tuckedupontheeast sidenearthetrails,offersamazingviewsofBaldy andRedDevil.Largeopengreatroomand primarybedroomupstairsandanamazingroof toppatio. MLS#22-330115

MLS# 24-331645 | Cheryl Concannon 208-720-4806

138 TREASURE LANE / $1,250,000

BELLEVUE / $750,000

BELLEVUE / $750,000

Craftsman’s built home on a spacious lot with mountain views located just north of Hailey. The large primary suite on the main floor that opens to the backyard covered deck and hot tub-perfect for your summer entertaining.

Newconstructionandmoveinready.3bedroom 2bath3cargarage,includesquartzcountertops, luxuryvinylflooringinthemainlivingareas.An openkitchen,diningandgreatroomflowswitha coveredpatio. MLS#22-329965

Newconstructionandmoveinready.3bedroom 2bath3cargarage,includesquartzcountertops, luxuryvinylflooringinthemainlivingareas.An openkitchen,diningandgreatroomflowswitha coveredpatio. MLS#22-329965

MLS # 24-331619 | Rachel Wolfe 208-720-0100 Nicole Lisk | 208-721-1330

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1011 Red Elephant Drive

Terri c opportunity in a desirable Hailey neighborhood. Located on a beautiful corner lot close to Draper Preserve, Colorado Gulch, and Heagle Park. e home is primarily one level with a lo . Recent kitchen updating, carpet, and oors (2021), new windows (2019). Large deck and re pit in back yard enliven the outdoor experience.

$895,000 MLS# 24-331725

70 S Club View Drive

Lot 81 is a beautiful, centrally located Valley Club lot. Located on holes #1 and #2, its among the furthest from Highway 75 and one of the closest to the clubhouse. e at and sunny property has excellent views. At over 2 acres this is one of the larger parcels in the subdivision. Settle into the quiet, amenity-rich lifestyle that is e Valley Club.

$975,000 MLS# 24-331598

208-622-4100 | | 700 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum, ID 83340 View all area listings at
Jim Figge 208-720-0479 700 Sun Valley Road • 208.622.4100 • Put Our Team To Work For You. At Sun Valley Associates we approach our business with a commitment honesty, tradition, and community—the values on which this unique Through years of experience, we have learned that a successful sale the final transaction. Let us help you invest in yourself, your family, lifestyle; the place we happily call home. TOM MONGE JIM FIGGE
208-622-4100 | | 700 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum, ID 83340 Villa at the Crossing Bigwood riverfront townhome on Saddle road in the heart of Ketchum. is spacious 4,200 sq. ., 4 Bedroom, 4.5 Bath home o ers privacy, Baldy views, open oor plan, 3 replaces, fully appointed kitchen, vaulted ceiling, large primary suite all with “in your face” river views!! O ered fully furnished, 2 car garage, extensive storage, heated paver driveway and more. A very unique opportunity to live “ON THE RIVER” in town. Priced at $5,495,000 View all area listings at Alex Higgins 208-720-0525 700 Sun Valley Road • 208.622.4100 • Put Our Team To Work For You. At Sun Valley Associates we approach our business with a commitment to hard work, honesty, tradition, and community—the values on which this unique Valley was built. Through years of experience, we have learned that a successful sale goes far beyond the final transaction. Let us help you invest in yourself, your family, and in the Sun Valley lifestyle; the place we happily call home. TOM MONGE JIM FIGGE JED GRAY JASON BUCK TERRY PALMER Tom Monge 208-720-0490

137 Audubon Pl, Blaine County, ID 83333

NEW PRICE! Enjoy the picturesque setting on the Bigwood River with stunning views. The renovated 5-bedroom home boasts a gourmet kitchen that seamlessly connects to the living area, with clerestory windows. Spacious garage with ample storage and potential for a private office or workout area. Privacy abounds! Call Sonja | 208.720.7125

$4,500,000 MLS #24-33612

155 Cowcatcher Loop, Bellevue, ID 83313

PENDING! Spacious new build on a beautiful lot located within the coveted Strahorn Subdivision! This home boasts high ceilings, a thoughtful split floor plan, a lovely yard and a wonderfully large garage! The beautiful finishes combined with a stunning setting set the tone for a great place to call home! Call Sonja | 208.720.7125

$799,000 MLS #24-331557

1424 Valencia St, Twin Falls, ID 83301

PENDING! Charming single level home in the heart of Twin Falls’ South side. This 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom home offers spacious living and features high ceilings, newer appliances, newer flooring and a fenced back yard! Enjoy the convenience to town and the comfort of this sweet home in a wonderful neighborhood. Call Sonja | 208.720.7125

$335,000 MLS #24-331842

121 San Badger Dr, Hailey, ID 83333

NEW LISTING! Single level, brand new home in the delightful Sunbeam Sub! Easy access to schools, town, local park & recreation. This 3-bedroom home will have high ceilings, open concept floor plan and an office! Large garage to store your toys and the yard has plenty of room for gardens. Completion expected by 8/31!

Call Sonja | 208.720.7125


MLS #24-331718

2510 Woodside Blvd, Hailey, ID 83333

NEW LISTING! Impeccably maintained 1/2 of the duplex in mid-Woodside! Great value with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 car garage. The mountain views are beautiful. The open concept in the kitchen and living makes for an open and relaxing atmosphere. The private yard and deck allow for wonderful outdoor entertaining. Call Sonja | 208.720.7125


MLS #24-331844

Clear Lakes Golf Course Lots

Elevated view lots overlooking Clear Lake Golf Course. Views of the surrounding hills and Snake River! There are 6 single family living lots and 1 duplex lot ranging in prices from $115,000-$127,000. These can be bought individually or in bulk. Call Sonja | 208.720.7125 MULTIPLE PRICES | MULTIPLE LISTINGS.

Sonja Huntsman 208-720-7125

550 Docs Hickory Dr, Hailey, ID. 83333

NEW PRICE! Natural light abounds with the clerestory windows that light up the great room and a living area enhanced by a gas fireplace. The modern kitchen boasts an Electrolux appliance package! Engineered wood floors throughout, art deco wall accents the primary. Low maintenance & luxury living! Call Sonja | 208.720.7125


MLS #24-331677

116 Deer Valley Lane, Blaine County, ID 83333

NEW LISTING! Level, sunny and well protected lot in the highly desirable Deer Valley Farm Sub! This beautiful property has a large berm and ample trees to be the start of the creation of a home tucked away in the woods! Ample space to build your dream home. Views and sunsets to the West are some of the best in the valley! Call Sonja | 208.720.7125


MLS #24-331609

314 2nd St W, Fairfield, ID 83327

Level land in the heart of the City of Fairfield that has a seasonal creek running through it. This lot has potential for multifamily or a single family residence with an ample yard to enjoy the outdoors. With the willows, there is a natural barrier for privacy! Call Sonja | 208.720.7125

$70,000 MLS #23-331404

208.720.7125 | 409 N. Main St, (West Annex), Hailey, ID 83333

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Your Sun Valley Team Presents Joanne Wetherell Broker/Owner (208) 720-0916 (Mobile) (208) 726-4901 (Office) Discover your mountain paradise with BIG views of Blad Mountain! This townhome is filled with natural sunlight and located near all the Elkhorn amenities. Spacious three bedrooms and large two car garage. Coming Soon Great upgrades in this spacious 1 bed/1 bath Bluff condo that features a bonus “bunk/flex room”. $624,500 www ElkhornCondo com Beautifully remodeled 2 bed/2 bath condo with lots of storage. Hardwood flooring and laundry. $748,500 www BluffCondo com This modern efficiency unit features a separate loft/bedroom, garage parking, plus ski locker. $424,933 One of the larger Atelier 2 bed/ 2 bath condos with generous living and dining rooms Private Views $775,000
Your Sun Valley Team Presents Joanne Wetherell Broker/Owner (208) 720-0916 (Mobile) (208) 726-4901 (Office) Gorgeous, remodeled two bedrooms plus loft condo with garage. Modern and elegant, the finishes and extensive upgrades will surprise you. The expanded kitchen is unbelievable. No surface has been left untouched. $1,129,000 Fantastic floorplan with main floor Primary Suite. Light and bright home with mountain views. $1,195,000 www NorthridgeHailey com Adorable vintage cottage, finished basement with egress Fabulous corner downtown lot. $639,000 www HomeInHailey com Fabulous first floor Atelier studio located in the heart of Sun Valley and close to the Pavilion. $485,000 Build your dream home at Carey View Estates on this half acre building site $69,900
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Bend of the River Ranch

Summer Baldwin

Nothing Compares to Endless Possibilities

With 15 parcels covering 426 acres, the Bend of the River Ranch offers remarkable flexibility to potential buyers. Whether it’s establishing a ranching legacy, championing conservation efforts, or crafting a visionary development, this exceptional property awaits to be transformed into the realization of your aspirations. This is a prime location close to the town of Hailey and just a 15-minute drive from Sun Valley Resort. Please visit

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Introducing Fourth + Main, Ketchum’s newest luxury residential mixed-use development. Situated in the heart of downtown Ketchum, yet offering unobstructed Baldy views, Fourth + Main residences are being meticulously crafted with exceptional quality. Located at the epicenter of all things “Ketchum/Sun Valley”, Fourth + Main offers and encourages an easy, pedestrian friendly lifestyle and creates a tranquil escape and luxurious oasis amidst the breathtaking landscape of Ketchum.

5 Bespoke Residences with Private Garages

Unobstructed Bald Mountain Views

3 Ultra Prime Commercial Spaces

Fourth + Main residences boasts very thoughtfully designed indoor and outdoor living spaces, abundant natural light, exquisite finishes and commanding views of the surrounding mountainscapes. Retreat to your personal sanctuary and experience easy living after exploring the surrounding mountains and rivers. With only five residences available, secure yours now and have the ability to choose between two distinctive finish packages.

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Experience the ease of living less than 5 minutes north of Ketchum and Sun Valley in the Bigwood subdivision. Bigwood’s exceptional private amenities and outstanding proximity to Zenergy Health Club and Spa, the bike path and all things Ketchum/ Sun Valley make this home a rare opportunity.

Located 5-minutes south of downtown Ketchum. Easy access to highway, the bike path, the Big Wood River, the River Run base area and great hiking make this west facing half-duplex townhome with a 1-car attached garage, and a fenced yard, a fantastic opportunity as a primary or secondary residence, or investment property.

Truly rare and exceptional opportunity to have your own highlyimproved toy storage, she-shed or man-cave in Ketchum!

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221 NORTHWOOD WAY #200, KETCHUM ID 0.5 BA | 946 SF | $1,000,000 270 DURANCE STREET, KETCHUM ID 3 BD | 2.5 BA | 1,395 SF | 0.06 AC | $895,000 110 GALENA COURT, KETCHUM ID 4 BD | 3.5 BA | 3,386 SF | 0.52 AC | $4,095,000
BA | 946 SF | $1,000,000 Rare opportunity
to own a
in Ketchum that is

Nestled at the base of the Red Cliffs, this spectacular home is just minutes from Ketchum, premier ski slopes, the Big Wood River and our renowned bike path. This property features a conservation easement for lasting privacy, boasts a luxurious primary suite on the main floor, an open gourmet kitchen, and living space. The timeless style of this home resonates with impeccable design and comfort. The floorplan and orientation maximize the views and natural light. In addition to a beautiful fenced in yard, there are separate guest quarters above the garage.

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A world-class opportunity to create one of the finest mountain resort compounds imaginable on three platted lots surrounding a private lake. The combined 7.79 acres in prestigious Gimlet boasts easy access to blue-ribbon fishing on the Big Wood River and is a short drive from world-renowned skiing on Baldy. Enjoy an incomparable Sun Valley lifestyle in the perfect private setting.

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168 & 162 WILDERNESS DR & 406 WALL ST, GIMLET 7.79 AC | $6,499,000 106 RED CLIFFS RD, KETCHUM, ID 5 BD | 4 FULL/2 HALF BA | 5,443 SF | 1.08 AC | $6,200,000


3 BD, 3.5 BA, 2705 SF

$6,475,000 | MLS #24-331543


3 BD, 3.5 BA, 3102 SF, 1.7 ACRES

$5,750,000 | MLS #24-331819

want to wait? Jump on this opportunity to own this fully furnished Gimlet jewel designed by Brunelle Arch.
built by Magleby Const. in 2021. The 2,000 SF garage is a car collector’s dream.
208.720.0680 Premier west-facing unit with Baldy views. Packed full of features such as oiled walnut and stone flooring, Rocky Mountain Hardware, wet bar, and an impressive custom crafted front entry door. Want to
but don’t




3+ BD, 2.5 BA, 3272 SF

$4,300,000 | MLS #23-331071

Here is a great opportunity to own a corner lot in the exclusive Sun Valley Fairways where homes are valued in the multi-millions. The current home is livable/rentable until you build or remodel.


3+ BD, 3.5 BA, 3354 SF, 2-Car garage

$3,875,000 | MLS #23-330652

Elevated views from this well-appointed townhome on Sage Road. Custom finishes throughout, with bamboo flooring, fireslate counters, fir trim, and high ceilings. Enjoy two decks for outdoor living.


3 BD, 3.5 BA, 2405 SF

$4,250,000 | MLS #24-331748

Elegance and location! This two-story residence offers one-level living and primary suite, and sunny outdoor decks. Corner unit, bordered by a seasonal stream with views up to the White Clouds Golf Course.


2.57 ACRES

$3,500,000 | MLS #24-331637

A rare opportunity to acquire one of the few remaining building sites north of town and just 10 minutes from Ketchum. 1 of just 9 accessed via a private road, all day sun, water rights and more.





$2,675,000 | MLS #23-330902

The extra large building envelope is situated on a natural spring-fed lake centrally located in upscale Flying Heart Ranch with easy access to the Big Wood River. Bring your dream home plans, horses and pets.


.15 ACRE

$1,650,000 | MLS #24-331746

This rare gem in the Gem Streets area is waiting for your new home. Looking out over Parks and Land property you’ll enjoy protected vistas to the south. Set in one of Ketchum’s ‘’hidden’’ neighborhoods.



$1,900,000 | CALL FOR DETAILS

Get it before its gone, one of the last remaining undeveloped lots on the lake in Golden Eagle. 3.20 acres, large building envelope. Golden Eagle Amenities. Plans available to purchase.


$245,000 EACH MLS #23-330676 / 23-330677

Part of Northridge Village, a pocket community just blocks from the center of Hailey. Featuring mountain views and tree lined center alley. Create your own compound in downtown Hailey.


Mike Murphy | 208.720.3323

Jessica Bower Blake | 208.720.7566

Luxury Townhome Just Two Blocks from Warm Springs Base

Absolutely stunning townhome in the coveted Warm Springs area close to the ski mountain. Remodeled down to the studs in 2016 with top of the line finishes and appliances. Move in ready with brand new designer furnishings. Media room, Chef’s kitchen, off ice, oversized 2-car garage, hot tub. Great outdoor spaces with new mature trees and landscaping for privacy.

4 en suite BD, 4 +2 BA, 3653 SF

Offered at $3,875,000 MLS #24-331465


Mike Murphy |

Jessica Bower Blake |

In-Town Treehouse Penthouse: Wake Up to These Views of Baldy Perched high above Ketchum, this dazzling townhome on Latigo Lane underwent a total remodel in the last year. One step into the entryway and you will agree that the attention to lodge-style details is nothing short of perfect. The living area, kitchen, and primary bedroom all offer unsurpassed views of Bald Mountain, and the tandem garage offers plenty of storage space.

3 BD, 2.5 BA, 2836 SF

Offered at $4,295,000 MLS #24-331564 | 208-720.2619 | 300 N. Main Street | Ketchum, Idaho 83340 Daren Pennell & Bailey 208-720-2619 •
heartfelt thanks for the guidance, advice, and marketing of the Limelight condo you gave us during the remodel. Your professionalism and sage advice were essential in our process of preparation and ultimately in the sale of the property.” —Kurt & Sharon Witte ~Experience Matters~ With a proven track record over 20 years, call Daren to discuss buying and selling strategies! Move to ‘Where’ Moves You...
$6,900,000 MLS# 23-330956 Sunny
place to build immediately! Great location
good views in all directions. Big Wood River is two blocks away for world class
relaxing, excellent hiking & mountain biking nearby
well. Quiet, low density neighborhood with friendly neighbors that allows horses makes this an even more desirable place to live. $650,000 MLS# 24-331803 Les
located downtown.
concierge, valet
at $135,000
solitude along the East Fork of the Big Wood River. This beautifully maintained and extensively remodeled log home enjoys all new system state-of-the-art upgrades, riverfront privacy on over 2 acres, guesthouse and main home, each with a 2-car garage. Lush landscape and a fenced vegetable garden, exercise studio with barn doors.
at lot with all infrastructure in
Saisons is a fractionally
property that is exceptionally well appointed and ideally
These residences have
one would desire: Golf privileges at Elkhorn, pool, hot tub, massage rooms,
and daily housekeeping. Two- and Three-bedroom residences Offered
and $219,500 respectively.


Last available residence in the stunning 100 First Avenue building offering endless comfort and elegance. Single-level 2BD/2.5 BA condo is beautifully appointed with top-of-the-line appliances and finishes. Floor-to-ceiling “window walls” bring ample natural light into this desirable unit.

$2,995,000. MLS 23-330729


located on Hwy 75 just North of the Hwy 21 turnoff. Sitting across the road from the Salmon River with huge views in every direction. Call me to obtain link to the foundation plans, commercial options, well information, architectural plans and more.

$595,000. MLS 23-330377

ALEX HUGHES ASSOCIATE BROKER 208-720-7444 | Sun Valley Real Estate LLC, 300 N Main Street Christie's International Real Estate Sun Valley, A Great Place to Wake UP! 2023 was a stellar year in real estate for me regarding ‘off market sales’. I have a strong track record with BUYERS and SELLERS and I am happy to help you with all of your real estate needs. Call me to discuss your real estate objectives in 2024!
Brad DuFur — Broker / Owner 208-309-7035 | Annie Kaiser — Realtor 208-720-1225 | 208-726-6000 | 300 N Main St. Ketchum, ID 83340 | | Sun Valley Real Estate, LLC $6,300,000 120 North 2nd Avenue #302, Ketchum $2,100,000 119 Corrock Dr, Ketchum $2,595,000 222 N 2nd Ave #21, Ketchum $2,195,000 105 Holliday Lane 109 Angani Way 12, Sun Valley $4,750,000 720 Crossbuck Lane, Ketchum $1,650,000 205 Raven Rd A4, Ketchum $250,000 221 Picabo St # D, Ketchum Onyx Penthouse in Ketchum 341 S Leadville Ave, 301 SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD

101 Shoshone – Indian Creek Canyon

Located on a premium 5.54 acre view lot at the mouth of Indian Creek Canyon. 4 BD / 3.5 BA 3298 sf – 3 Car Garage. Custom built home with log accents, very private and so much potential. Very mature landscaping and Mountain Ski Lodge vibes!

413 N. 5th St. — Bellevue

Nestled in the trees, this home has been well taken care of by it’s one owner. 3 BD / 2 BA in the Main House with a 1 Car Garage and Guest Room with ¾ BA in the Detached Garage / Shop. Many upgraded features including stainless appliances, steam shower, quality tile throughout and an incredible Primary Bedroom Suite! Fenced yard with covered storage and hot tub. This is a must see to appreciate!

$50,000 credit to buyer for improvements!

1040 Queen of the Hills – Hailey

This single story home is located on a .644 acre lot in popular Della View. 3 BD + Of ce / 2.5 BA. 2747 sf – 2 Car Garage + Workshop. Also features Two living rooms, Formal dining room, ADA Bathroom, Screened Sunporch, Garden Shed and 24 KW backup generator. Home Inspections are done! Lots of room to add on. NO Flood Plain!

51 Rainbow Bend Rd. — Mid-Valley

Fabulous 1.14 acre Mid-Valley lot located in the private Rainbow Bend Sub. Property is only 5 minutes to Ketchum and 10 minutes to Hailey airport. The valley bike path is adjacent to this property and the subdivision features a sherman’s easement for easy access to the Big Wood River. This is a wonderful Mid-Valley Lot.

931 Foxmoor Dr — Hailey

Darling 4 BD/ 2.5 BA 1892 sf – 2 Car Garage 8,102 sf Lot. Located on the quietest street in Foxmoor, this is a great location! All 4 Bedrooms & 2 baths are on the main oor and the Bonus room & ½ bath are upstairs. Home Inspections are done and the home is vacant and move-in ready! Wonderful fenced backyard with paver patio and shed.

151 Sunbeam Dr. — Hailey

Sweet .24 acre Building Lot in Sunbeam Sub.

Located on the more private street so less traf c. 360 degree views! The subdivision features a Park, Sledding hill, Sidewalks, Bike Paths, easy access to Downtown Hailey and Quigley Trails. HOA Design Review allows Accessory Dwelling Units. Level lot and City hook-ups. Partially Realtor owned. Visit for more info.

Office Locations: 300 N. Main St Ketchum, ID 83340 & 19 W Bullion St Hailey, ID 83333 CINDY WARD ASSOCIATE BROKER 208.720.0485 A MOTHER & SON TEAM WITH PROVEN RESULTS MATT WARD ASSOCIATE BROKER 208.721.3013 WWW.FINDMYCORNER.COM $685,000 MLS# 24-331845 $2,450,000 MLS# 23-331059
$324,000 MLS# 24-331809 $845,000 MLS# 24-331601
$895,000 MLS# 24-331827 $1,450,000 MLS# 24-331811

Suzanne Finch Williams

Suzanne Finch Williams

Associate Broker/Owner (208) 720.3951

Associate Broker/Owner (208) 720 3951

Noah Hendricks (253) 320-4087

Noah Hendricks (253) 320 4087

71 Adams Gulch Road, Ketchum

114 West Channel Lane, Ketchum

Situated on 4.68 acres along the picturesque Big Wood River, this property features recent upgrades and a 3-car garage.

This lodge style home boasts 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, powder room, and includes an 800 + sq ft 1 bedroom apt with full kitchen. With over 450 feet of river frontage, it offers world-class fly fishing right in your own backyard. Perfectly positioned halfway between Ketchum and Hailey

Stunning 5 bedroom, 6.5 bath mountain lodge located just north of Ketchum on 4.6 acres and steps away from the Adams Gulch Trail System. The home designed by Janet Jarvis has a thoughtful layout combining intimacy with dramatic open living spaces, making this home a dream for both entertaining and small family gatherings. Luxurious amenities include large media room, 7  replaces, large game room, heated paver patios, library, private one bedroom guest suite, storage lockers in mud room and dog washer in 3 car garage. Built by Grahber Construction.



111 Camas Loop, Sun Valley

221 N Washington Ave., 5, Ketchum

Luxurious 2-story penthouse in downtown Ketchum. This upscale condo boasts elevator access, classic finishes, and three fireplaces. Enjoy the spacious private rooftop deck and large heated decks on both levels. The property features 3 bedrooms, a media room, 4 bathrooms, and a powder room. Most furnishings are included. Includes a private enclosed garage plus parking space.

801 N Main St., Hailey

4-plex, stadium seated, all-digital theatre of approx 10,700 sf. The .64 acre property could have alternative uses for many retailers and includes currently leased 1,050 sf adjacent building. The Main St site is south of Albertsons.



Completely remodeled Elkhorn home on 1 acre lot with big Baldy Views. This gorgeous renovation included all new plumbing, electrical, audio visual, HVAC, water heaters, windows, doors, tile, ooring, countertops, appliances and cabinetry. The upstairs oor plan features Kitchen, Walk in Pantry, Bar, Dining Room, Living Room with Fireplace, O ffice, Powder Room, Master Bedroom, Master Closet, Master Laundry, Master Bath. Outdoor Decks with views of Baldy and Dollar off the entire back side of upper oor. The Downstairs Floor Plan has 3 Bedrooms, Media Room, 2 Full Bathrooms, Mudroom with Laundry, 3 Car Garage and 3 additional storage closets.


113 Alpine Drive, Ketchum

121 Hyndman View Dr., Ketchum

Log Home and Guesthouse on 2+ acres of the East Fork of the Big Wood River. Beautifully maintained and extensively remodeled with state of the art upgrades. Five bedrooms 4.5 baths and two 2 car garages.


910 N Main St., Hailey

Land on Main St in North Hailey adjacent and south of LL Greens new building. Business zoning allows multiple potential building opportunities. AmerIcInn is neighbor to the East, Albertsons is across the street.


This fabulous 4 bedroom, 4 bath home has Baldy and mountain views from every room. Located in Lake Creek, just north of Ketchum, this property is on 1.8 acres. Grounds include a small pool, outdoor shower, large patios o ff dining and living rooms, a storage building and large yard. Top oor features primary bedroom suite plus 2 additional bedrooms with bath and connecting sky view lofts. Beautiful office with built in cabinetry on ground oor, living room, formal dining, kitchen with breakfast nook. One bedroom suite over garage and large mudroom complete the home.

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Designed with a 1920's feeling and the amenities of a 2023 home Radiant heat, solar infrastructure, genuine bark siding, fire resistant shingles, Kolby windows, radiant floor heating, Kohler fixtures, high end appliances, sunroom, you must see it to appreciate. Listed at $2,900,000

restaurant, bar, store and living quarters 5 room motel, 8 unit RV park with power and water to each hookup, multiple out buildings, shops and garages Pond, open space, sun room, a qu



Largest equestrian facility in the valley with 20,000 covered arena, 2 barns with stalls, manager's home, large hay, equipment and shop building, 2 large outside arenas, 2 round rings, 6 irrigated turn out pastures, +/- 40 loafing sheds and paddocks of various sizes, around 20 acres under pivot, water rights, perimeter fencing, a well layed out and run operation

Listed at $3,450,000


home that sits on 1.69 acres, 3 car garage, plus a detached single car garage, perfect for art studio, She Shed, work shop, or just storage, great winter sun and 2 minutes from the base of Warm Springs, the most affordable 4 bedroom home in the n

Villager Condo, large deck, new paint, furnace, water heaters updated 5yrs ago, a chip shot away from all Sun Valley amenities Baldy view from deck Tiled entry, bath and coat closet, dual fuel fireplace, new wide plank LVP flooring in living room & kitchen. Listed at $795,000

ceilings, large master en suite, kitchen counter seating and formal dining area New roof and exterior paint 2023 Views, great winter sun, easy to heat, with new carpet and paint, detailed maintenance, new appliance package, kitchen faucet set and disposal. Listed at $495,000

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“The art of cooking, the act of feeding people, is the most engaging, most memorable way to connect with people.”
—Chef Art Smith
Pioneer Salon 218 The Sawtooth Club 219 The Cellar Pub . . . . . . . . . 220 Whiskey’s on Main 221 Limelight Lounge 222 Michel’s Christiania . . . . . . . 223 Sushi on Second 224 Sun Valley Wine Company 225 The Grill at Knob Hill . . . . . . 226 Ketchum Grill 227 Warfield Distillery & Brewery . . . 228 Enoteca . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229 The Kneadery 230 The Ram . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231 Village Station 232 Gretchen's 233 Sun Valley Club . . . . . . . . . 234 Chocolate Foundry 235 Konditorei 236 The Roundhouse . . . . . . . . 237 Sun Valley Culinary Institute 238 Pick up the official Sun Valley Dining Guide at locations throughout the Valley! DINING GUIDE PHOTO BY ©PAULETTE PHLIPOT 217


Walking into the Pioneer Saloon in Ketchum is like greeting an old friend. It’s often the first stop for locals coming home or visitors starting a memorable vacation. For more than 50 years, the Pioneer has been welcoming its loyal customers with a warm and cozy atmosphere that feels more like someone’s home than a restaurant. Renowned for perfectly aged and flavorful beef, many varieties of seafood, fresh Idaho rainbow trout, and Northwest regional specials, the Pioneer is much more than a steakhouse. Unique and historic western art fills the bar and restaurant, reminiscent of earlier days when pioneers settled in this valley. Authentic and genuine friendly service from familiar faces will make you feel as though you have arrived home when you walk in the door. As the locals say, “If you haven’t been to the Pioneer Saloon, you haven’t been to Ketchum.”

OPEN DAILY 4PM 320 N Main St Ketchum 208.726.3139
Clockwise from top: The Pioneer Saloon originally opened in the 1950s; flavorful beef on the grill; the interior of Pioneer Saloon.


Always busy with a fun mix of locals and visitors alike, The Sawtooth Club has been downtown Ketchum’s most beloved destination for dining and cocktails since the days when Ernest Hemingway himself was a regular there. Nowadays, the place is more popular than ever with an inspired menu offering a mouthwatering blend of creative small plates to share, grilled steaks, chops and ribs, healthy vegetarian dishes, fresh seafood, unique pasta bowls, nightly specials and much more.

In the bar enjoy handcrafted cocktails, 18 wines by the glass, and 12 ice-cold craft brews on tap. Dinner offerings this summer include fresh Idaho trout, filet mignon, linguine with clams and garlic, chicken Senegalese, mesquite rack of lamb, grilled ribeye steak, fresh steelhead salmon, butternut squash ravioli, barbeque baby back ribs, Waygu beef meatloaf, New Orleans shellfish pasta, roasted free-range chicken, fresh Alaskan halibut, seared ahi salad, spicy sesame noodle bowl and fresh Willapa Bay steamer clams, to name just a few.

All of our grilling is done over a live mesquite-wood fire. We do not use processed charcoal or wood chips, only authentic mesquite logs from Texas. This method of natural wood cooking generates the intense heat that sears in the flavorful juices and imparts a variety of subtle tastes and aromas to meat, poultry, and seafood.

An award-winning wine list complements the wonderful food, and summer evenings on the outdoor terrace are not to be missed. One visit and you’ll know why The Sawtooth Club has repeatedly been voted the “Valley’s Best Overall Restaurant and The Valley’s Best Bar!”

Top to bottom: Mesquite-grilled Idaho ruby red trout; cozy fireplace with selections from our award-winning wine list; summer view from the balcony patio.
DAILY BAR: 4:30PM DINING ROOM: 5PM 231 N Main St Ketchum 208.726.5233 219


Walking down the stairs into this traditional pub is a rite of passage for any visitor to Ketchum, along with downing one of the establishment’s famous Moscow Mules, served in a copper cup and sure to quench anyone’s thirst on a hot summer day. Dine on the outdoor patio or step inside the bar and restaurant, full of locals and visitors alike looking to connect over one of the wooden tables with dishes like Fish & Chips, Bangers & Mash, or an Old-Fashioned Bar Burger. For the late-night crowd, The Cellar Pub offers a full bar, complete with draft beers and daily drink and shot specials. Music and sports memorabilia line the walls and bar. Head to the back room and you’ll find booths for chatting with friends as well as a full-size free shuffleboard table and a few arcade games. This pub will leave you feeling full—of good food and good times.

Top to bottom: Bangers & Mash; the interior of The Cellar Pub; copper cups for Moscow Mules. TOP PHOTO BY PAULETTE PHLIPOT; INTERIOR PHOTOS JOSHUA PILLAR
400 E Sun Valley Rd Ketchum


A fully remodeled space and entertainment venue, Whiskey’s on Main offers lunch and dinner service in a casual, comfortable, and family-friendly atmosphere, transitioning into Ketchum’s late-night mountain town scene after dark. Featuring 16 HD flatscreen TVs for optimal sports viewing, Whiskey’s offers large group high-back booth seating, a 360-degree bar, and a new state-of-the-art audio-visual sound system to support local and visiting performers.

For lunch and dinner service, Whiskey’s presents an elevated pub fare menu, including freshly made pizzas with handcrafted dough. It is the return of downtown Ketchum’s familiar comfort food with classic bar choices, including wings and nachos, shareable plates and more.

During the summer , Whiskey’s will be hosting a number of performances and events for the public to enjoy. From karaoke, western nights, and the occasional live band. Check out their events calendar on their website for the most up to date information.

Whiskey’s on Main is available for private events from intimate gatherings to large-scale events and four different nicely appointed spaces with great views upstairs on the Baldy View Patio, Main Street Patio, and Alpine Lounge, and there’s the downstairs Whiskey’s Main Floor to accommodate any special occasion.

Follow Whiskey’s on Main on Instagram @whiskeysonmain and like on Facebook at WhiskeyOnMain.

Offering a happy hour that never disappoints with signature cocktails and local brews, there are plenty of viewing options for your favorite sports teams and games day and night. OPEN DAILY





251 N Main St Ketchum




Whether you are fresh from hiking Baldy or fishing the Big Wood River, Limelight Hotel in Ketchum is the place for seasonal gourment food, drinks, and entertainment.

Enjoy the spacious indoor lounge and glorious outdoor patio for drinks and dining. Serving the finest local and organic ingredients prepared by Executive Chef and longtime local Patrick Thomerson, the Limelight Lounge is sure to have something for everybody. Try our new summer menu items, heirloom tomato and burrata, wild

pan-seared steelhead trout with asparagus puree and lemon-butter sauce, grilled lamb lollipops with tabbouleh salad and lemon garlic Greek yogurt sauce.

Enjoy casual dinner options like the hand-tossed wood-fired pizzas, famous cheeseburger, or one of the healthy vegetarian options. Choose from 12 beers on tap, great wine selections, and creative cocktails. In addition to fabulous food, the Limelight Lounge Happy Hour Daily 3pm-6pm and Live Music Thursday through Monday 5:30pm-8:30pm and live music.

OPEN DAILY 151 S Main St Ketchum 208.726.0888
Top: Limelight patio Above (from left to right): hand-tossed wood-fired pizza; famous cheeseburger; seared scallops.


Few other restaurants in Ketchum are as steeped in history as the legendary Christiania. Known as “The Christy” to locals, the restaurant has been in operation since 1959 when Ernest Hemingway dined there so often he had his own table. To get your own glimpse of ski history, come to the famous Olympic Bar, where photos and

mementos from owner Michel Rudigoz’s time as the U.S. Women’s Olympic Ski Team Coach adorn the walls. For a true culinary experience, Executive Chef Laurent Loubot, who hails from Chalon-sur-Saone (Burgundy), presents classic French cuisine that is also inspired by Michel’s background in Lyon (the country’s culinary capital).

Your meal will be a pièce de résistance! Entrées like Wild Salmon in Sorrel Sauce and Braised Lamb Shank appear nightly on the menu in addition to an infusion of specials like the Poisson du Jour and Pâté de Campagne. The menu also features Lyonnaise pomme frites and fresh salads and, of course, Michel’s extensive wine list.



Above: Enjoy dinner in the outdoor garden. Left: Sautéed breast of chicken with morel cream sauce.
303 Walnut Ave Ketchum 208.726.3388 223


After over 30 years of serving the best sushi in Ketchum, Sushi on Second shows no signs of slowing down. In addition to crafting amazing sushi rolls like the SOS or the Who’s Your Daddy, the chefs at Sushi on Second also whip up other Asian-influenced delights, like Hoisin Lemon-Glazed King Salmon with Sesame Seeds, Baby Bok Choy and Scallion Rice, Spinach Batayaki (sautéed spinach, red bell peppers, garlic, onions, fresh shitake mushrooms with a soy and rice wine dressing), and their SOS-Style Hawaiian Ribs.

Sushi on Second also serves wine, beer, and sake. The praise for this restaurant comes from far and wide. Bon Appetit magazine writes, “Sushi on Second, the best sushi I’ve had in years,” and, framed in the entryway is a menu on which Julia Child wrote, “Bon appetit to Sushi on Second.” Come visit and learn for yourself why a restaurant in Ketchum, Idaho, is making its mark on the sushi world.

OPEN AT 5:30PM Second and Main Ketchum 208.726.5181
Clockwise from left: Citrus Sun Roll; the reception area at Sushi on Second; Hawaiian Pork Ribs SOS-Style.


Discover the dual charm of Sun Valley Wine Co., both a store and a wine bar, located in the vibrant heart of Ketchum. Our luxurious rooftop decks offer spectacular views, setting the perfect scene to explore our curated selection of 1,000 wine labels, featuring both high-end rarities and beloved everyday wines. Whether you’re in the mood to relax with a glass or enhance your personal collection, our welcoming space is designed for every wine enthusiast. Visit Sun Valley Wine Co. today for a unique experience that blends shopping with leisure, where each visit is an opportunity for new discoveries and unforgettable moments. MONDAY-SATURDAY

11AM-9PM SUNDAY 12-6PM 360 Leadville Ave N (We have an elevator!) Ketchum 208.726.2442 Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook. @sunvalleywineco 225


From their days as owners of the iconic Warm Springs Ranch to today as owners of The Grill at Knob Hill, Bob and Jolie Dunn understand that pleasing their customers is the key to getting them to come back. Longtime favorites like fried chicken, prime rib, Idaho trout, and a new twist on the beloved Warm Springs scones and honey butter (now popovers and honey butter) have created a loyal following at this beautiful spot. The warm and friendly bar is a welcoming place to relax with neighbors, local bartenders, and hotel guests. Handcrafted cocktails, small plates, or a wonderful bottle of wine and dinner make this a favorite local hangout. Come enjoy the bar after an active day or enjoy the open-style dining room, seven nights a week.

Offering curbside takeout on the full menu. Call to place an order or visit the website to order online.

DAILY BAR: 4:30PM DINING ROOM: 5:15PM 960 N Main St Ketchum 208.726.8004
Clockwise from left: The Grill at Knob Hill’s outdoor seating; rosé al fresco; a delicious meal.


The Ketchum Grill celebrates 33 years “new” this season, meaning they’ve been serving locally-sourced, comforting fare for three decades in their quintessential Ketchum historic house. If you need a little inspiration about what to order, chefs Scott and Anne Mason along with new partner, Kaari Harlamert, recommend one of our daily fresh fish specials from the wood burning grill, or the longtime favorite, house-made lemon noodles with rock shrimp and black pepper cream. You won’t be disappointed!

Top: A seasonal
PHOTOS BY PAULETTE PHLIPOT OPEN DAILY, 5PM 520 East Ave Ketchum 208.726.4660
Steak of the day with morels. 227


The Warfield is Ketchum’s only distillery and the Valley’s largest brewery! Located on the corner of Sun Valley Road and Main Street in downtown Ketchum, the Warfield serves up elevated gastro pub fare in a sophisticated setting with tons of outdoor seating. All Warfield cuisine features local and seasonal ingredients with an emphasis on organic food and a commitment to our agricultural community.

280 N Main St Ketchum

208.726.BREW (2739)

Come soak up the sun on the best deck in town and enjoy exceptional food and the best beer and spirits in the Valley! OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AND DINNER

The commitment to quality ingredients extends to every aspect of the Warfield: all Warfield Beer is made with only certified organic malts and whole-leaf hops featuring an eclectic mix of traditional European styles and cask ales. Warfield’s Vodka, Gin, and Gold Medal Whiskey are certified organic and distilled in small batches on-site.

Clockwise from left: Warfield's Organic Vodka, Organic Gin, and Organic American Whiskey; charcuterie board; fresh Organic Warfield Beer.

Wood-fired pizzas, specialty beers, featured wines, and an intimate urbanrustic ambience keeps everyone coming back to this Italian eatery. Beers on tap and an excellent wine selection are cultivated by Adelaide Smithmason, while chef Dave Schenck creates local

favorites like Duck Confit with Risotto, Pork Oso Bucco, and sautéed Idaho Trout. The fresh and seasonal cusine is always changing, making Enoteca the ideal place for dining out throughout the year. Season after season, there are always new reasons to love Enoteca.

PHOTO BY PAULETTE PHLIPOT OPEN DAILY, 5PM 300 N Main St Ketchum 208.928.6280 229
Shaved Brussels sprouts with bacon.


Like its sister restaurant, the Pioneer Saloon, The Kneadery has always been a draw for locals, visitors, and celebrities alike. Since opening in 1974, The Kneadery has been Ketchum’s go-to breakfast spot. Dishes like the Veggie Benedict and the Eggs Blackstone keep regulars coming back for breakfast. With breakfast items served all day, the lunch menu is sure to impress as well with hearty sandwiches and house-made soups. And did you know that The Kneadery is available for private events? So look no further for your next special function!


Above: The Kneadery on Leadville Ave in Ketchum in the summer.
OPEN DAILY FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH 8AM-2PM 260 Leadville Ave N Ketchum 208.726.9462
Right: Buddy Murfey BLT on local sourdough bread; Bloody Marys; Huevos Kneadery Breakfast with Fresh-Squeezed Orange Juice and Kneadery Breakfast Blend Coffee.

Sun Valley’s original restaurant, The Ram, has been warming and welcoming diners since 1937. This rustic-yet-elegant dinner house has been recently modernized, while still preserving its historic charm. Pianist Larry Harshbarger brings a classic ambiance to the room with gentle melodies played on the resident baby grand piano. Travel back in time


with the nightly “Heritage Menu”—a series of historic dishes such as pork tenderloin schnitzel and Hungarian goulash— resurrected from the restaurant’s long and storied culinary tradition. Next door, the Ram Bar is an upscale lounge perfect for enjoying specialty cocktails and light fare, replete with plush couches and a view of the Sun Valley Village.

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Hours change seasonally. Reservations required. Please visit: or call for more information. Sun Valley Village 208.622.2800 DINING GUIDE 231
Above: In keeping with the traditional ambiance of the iconic restaurant, The Ram combines cozy surroundings and décor with modern updates. Right: The Ram features fresh seafood and prime steak so tender
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Road-weary travelers of every age will find something to enjoy at Village Station. The train station-inspired décor pays tribute to Sun Valley’s history as an early destination on the Union Pacific railroad line. Enjoy a wide selection of cocktails and craft beers on tap, as well as a crowd-pleasing menu with hearty cheeseburgers, chicken wings, pizza, family-style salads, and more. Ample indoor and outdoor seating make it the perfect place for your group to gather any day of the week. Takeout is also available.

Hours change seasonally. Please visit: or call for more information. Sun Valley Village 208.622.2147
Above: Enjoy spacious seating inside the Village Station, which overlooks the resort grounds.
Right: One of Village Station's delicious pizzas.

Gretchen’s restaurant is named after Olympian and Sun Valley native, Gretchen Fraser. She was the first American to ever win an Olympic gold medal for skiing in the 1948 Olympics in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Gretchen’s is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner overlooking the Sun Valley Ice Rink. Conveniently located at the Sun Valley Lodge, Gretchen’s offers a wide range of fresh and innovative selections, such as the Baby Kale & Candied Pecan Salad, Fish & Chips, and Idaho Ruby Red Trout. Whatever you’re craving, Gretchen’s is sure to have something for you.


FOOD PHOTOS BY PAULETTE PHLIPOT Hours change seasonally. Please visit: or call for more information. Sun Valley Lodge 208.622.2144
Above: Enjoy Gretchen's, located just inside the Lodge Lobby.


The Sun Valley Club is much more than just a golf course and Nordic center; it’s also a restaurant and full bar open to the public. Young ones will find favorites on the kids menu while those coming fresh off the links or trails can sip specialty cocktails or draft beers. This season enjoy guest favorites like the Clubhouse Shrimp Louis Salad and the Wagyu Corned Beef Ruben, in addition to locally-sourced menu items featuring fresh veggies, meats, and seafood options. Enjoy a large wine selection, cocktails, and beer as you take in stunning views of Bald Mountain.

Hours change seasonally. Please visit:
call for more information. Sun Valley 208.622.2919 234
Above: Enjoy the many offerings for lunch with incredible views of Baldy.


No matter how sophisticated your sweet tooth, the Chocolate Foundry has something to satisfy any craving. This winter, enjoy hot cocoa and warm homemade chocolate chip cookies. With a global selection of some of the world’s finest sweets—including clusters, fudge, Jelly Belly candies, licorice, and soft-serve ice cream—you can shop for gifts, treats, or grab a bottle of wine or beer to enjoy at home. And of course, this vintage shop is a must-visit for the kids!

Hours change seasonally. Please visit:
call for more information. Sun Valley Village 208.622.2147 235
Above: The Chocolate Foundry is located in the Sun Valley Village.


Sun Valley’s Austrian-themed bakery and café is the perfect destination, whether you’re looking for locally-roasted organic coffee, house-made pastries, or a handcrafted meal to fuel your adventure. Locally renowned for its delectable pastries and third wave coffee program, Konditorei offers a little bit of sweetness for everyone. Situated in the middle of the Sun Valley Village, Konditorei is a must when visiting the Resort. Enjoy breakfast or lunch in the chaletinspired dining room while watching the seasons change through one of the many large windows. Serving Alpine fare interpreted for the American palate, Konditorei serves up all-day brunch with breakfast and lunch offerings. No matter the occasion, Konditorei has you covered! Be part of the Alpine tradition and enjoy this classic café.

Hours change seasonally. Please visit: or call for more information. Sun Valley Village 208.622.2235 TOP LEFT PHOTO COURTESY OF SUN VALLEY RESORT; OTHER PHOTOS BY PAULETTE PHLIPOT Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook. @KonditoreiSunValley 236
Clockwise from top left: Locally-roasted, fair trade coffee and espresso; for a healthy start, try the Cauliflower Hash; endless selection of house-made pastries.

Founded in 1939, the Roundhouse is one of the most iconic restaurants in Sun Valley. Perched midway up Baldy at 7,700 feet, the Roundhouse features unbeatable views. Purchase a foot traffic pass at the River Run Ticket Window and ride up the Roundhouse Gondola to the Roundhouse restaurant in style—a special experience that makes for a memorable meal on the mountain. Whether you’re exploring the trails on two feet or two wheels, the Roundhouse is your perfect stop for a mid-mountain meal and drink. The Roundhouse will close for the summer season on September 8th. Reservations recommended. Please visit: or call for more information.

Bald Mountain 208.622.2012


Enjoying an event, dinner, or class at the Sun Valley Culinary Institute (SVCI) is an exciting option because you are not just dining out. You are supporting a future generation of culinary arts professionals. James Beard Award-winning chefs, Food Network’s Chopped champions, and forward-thinking restauranters are all part of SVCI’s dining experiences working side-by-side with students, offering an educational experience rarely found in the culinary school arena.

On Saturday, June 22, at 6pm SVCI presents The Welcome Party: A Summer Soiree. This exclusive gala fundraiser is a unique opportunity to support the Student Scholarship Fund while showcasing the talents of award-winning Chef Art Smith and Food Network’s Bruce Seidel.

SVCI will also host renowned Northwest author Chef Cynthia Nims cooking classes and workshop on preserving family recipes in collaboration with The Community Library. Also, this summer, take an Asian culinary adventure with Thai Chef Pranee Halvorsen and Chinese Chef Kian Lam Kho.

Participating in these events offers a unique experience and directly contributes to SVCI’s mission to advance culinary education and workforce development. Visit the SVCI website to reserve your spot for these exciting events.

OPEN DAILY Check the SVCI website for classes and events. 211 N Main St Ketchum 208.913.0494
Top: Chef Ethan Stowell with SVCI students and staff; Chef Britt Rescigno advising SVCI students PHOTOS
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