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EB: Why the term “wealth planning” instead of “financial planning”?
A Conversation with Robertson Stephens: What is a Wealth Plan and Why Do I Need One?
EB: How did you get into wealth planning? MF: I began buying stocks at the age of 14 and forecasted how much I could accumulate over time. Being a novice at trading I also saw how quickly wealth could be lost! After reading a few books I began to understand the concepts of investing for the long term, compound growth, taxes and insurance. Trained as an engineer I had the desire to optimize growth and preservation of wealth. Wealth management seemed like a natural fit and the complexi ties and interdependencies of wealth planning, especially the estate and tax aspect, were challenges I looked forward to solving. I focused my efforts on High and Ultra High Net Worth families and Family Offices as they face the most sophisticated challenges. I realized that I’d never help find a cure for cancer but, after family and health, people are most concerned about money. After over 20 years in the business, I’m still fulfilled by helping families have a great experience with their wealth.
MF: Wealth planning is an enhanced version of financial planning that allows for clients’ behavioral preferences and biases to permeate and influence the process. We find wealth planning is a methodology better suited to how High and Ultra High Net Worth families like to operate. Clients are motivated to focus on their immediate goals and needs first. From there we triage, and address challenges assessed as a priority until the entire client’s financial situ ation is deeply vetted. We iterate rapidly and present an online interactive ‘strategic’ plan before or soon after they become a client. Our planning tool allows for adjustments in real time and to demonstrate the impact of our recommendations or to evaluate client requested scenarios. It’s deeply collaborative and this allows the client to clearly weigh the impact of potential decisions and select an amenable pathway forward as we build their comprehensive wealth plan. Wealth planning tends to lead to quicker positive outcomes, and, because of this, clients are motivated to act and eager to tackle the next financial challenge. Vigilance of the plan is necessary for its success over the long-term and we design a customized monitoring process to help us keep on track.
Erik Boe sits down with Mallon FitzPatrick, CFP®, Head of Wealth Planning at Robertson Stephens, to discuss wealth planning and the importance of having a wealth plan.
Fact-based behavioral science and technical planning expertise - a dynamic pairing - help us as we seek to turn goals and pas sions into reality.
EB: How do you approach wealth planning?
EB: How can I get started?
MF: Our process at Robertson Ste phens is very collaborative. We, first, “triage” and focus on the individual or family’s highest priorities, gather ing the necessary information. Then, we seek opportunities to improve the probability of success by developing solutions to over come obstacles and threats while accounting for client preferences. Together with our clients, we decide which opportunities to take advantage of and how best to ad dress obstacles and threats. Once everyone agrees, we move forward in the implementation of the plan.
MF: We believe that an integrated approach, combining analytics and behavior, is the most effective way of creat ing the best possible wealth solution for our clients. By combining the analytical and behavioral aspects we can understand your personal preferences toward wealth and collaborate with you to try to achieve the best outcomes.
EB: Why should everyone have a wealth plan?
Our goal at Robertson Stephens is to understand client values, personal preferences, and finances to develop a cohesive wealth plan. We under stand needs, objectives, and aspirations are unique. We believe that wealth planning can reduce inherent systemic risk that exists when making de cisions. We aim to mitigate these risks by providing clients with strategies and opportunities to help meet short-term and long-term objectives. We then help tailor the client’s investment program, which aims to achieve everyone’s planning objectives without taking undue risks. We also keep abreast of regulation changes, shifts in income, estate tax and market volatility so that we can present plan ning opportunities that may improve outcomes. At the end of the day, we want clients to have peace of mind, creating a margin of safety by continuously monitoring and evaluating their plan’s resilience to adverse market, economic, tax and regulatory conditions.
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MF: Many high and ultra-high net worth families may not realize they can benefit from a wealth plan, at least ini tially. How much of your assets will go to heirs and charity if any, what’s the best way to accomplish this transition given your values? Are your investments aligned with lifestyle, legacy, philanthropic objectives, and time horizon? Are there strategies and opportunities to mitigate income and estate taxes across the family? Are your assets adequately pro tected? These are some of the many questions a wealth plan can shed light on and help to make informed decisions, each family’s situation is different.
If you would like to implement a wealth plan or review an existing one, please contact Erik Boe.
CONTENTS BOTTOM LEFT: I WAS HERE FIRST BY DAVID CALE, 2021; ABOVE RIGHT: PHOTO BY TRAVIS SHINN September | 2022 50 54110 44 | News & Views Sun Valley offers more fall flights 46 | Flash Sun Valley Wine Festival and Sun Valley Tour de Force recaps 50 | Ernest Hemingway Seminar A look at Islands in the Stream and the Gulf Stream REAL GALLERYESTATE Berkshire Hathaway 67-74 My Sun Valley Home 75 Sun Valley Standard . . . . . . 76-79 Engel & Völkers 80-89 Paul Kenny & Matt Bogue Commercial Real Estate 90 Compass Real Estate 91-95 Burnett Properties . . . . . . . . . 96 Sothebys 97 Sun Valley Real Estate Christie’s . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 54 | Sun Playwright’sValleyResidency A new place for playwrights to ideate and write 60 | Bennyz Rod Shop Benny Hampton preserves and sells hot rods 110 | Mountain Humane The Valley’s animal shelter celebrates 50 years 67 30 svpn-mag.com
warmspringsranchhomes.com 208-721-0411 4 NEW HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION STARTING AT $4,995,000 Warm Springs Ranch Residences are located in Warm Springs, Ketchum, Idaho. The location offers easy access to town, hiking, biking, skiing, fishing and is adjacent to the new Warm Springs Preserve. For more information, please visit our website or call Sonya Johnston with Sun Valley Standard to reserve yours today.
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71 Adams Gulch Road, Ketchum 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 a dream for both entertaining and small gatherings. Luxurious amenities include media and game rooms, 7 fireplaces, and heated pavers.
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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 71 Adams Gulch Road, Ketchum 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 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.
Completely remodeled Elkhorn home on 1 acre lot with Baldy Views. Main floor living with primary bedroom suite, office, powder room, great room and kitchen with pantry. 3 car garage on ground level opens to mudroom, media room, dramatic floor to ceiling entry hall, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. All new plumbing, electrical, audio visual, HVAC, water heaters, windows, doors, tile, flooring, countertops, appliances and cabinetry.
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$5,950,000 121 Lower Broadford Unique BIGWOOD of a kind 6+ Acres bridge, senior water home plus Guest large shop. Mostly Eeva Turzian and WWW.FINDMYCORNER.COM$3,495,000 LISTED Historical Opportunity awaits adjacent to BLM an abundance residential lots. 64 N SOLD 166 202 133 116 | Stanley It’s a September getaway 122 | Style Dial Impress your friends and family with home decor 128 | Sarah Latham Latham Interiors shares intentional design 134 | Now Showing New exhibitions celebrate emerging artists REAL LISTINGSESTATE Coldwell Banker 168-174 Sotheby’s Real Estate . . . . . . 175 Windermere 176 Keller Williams 178-181 Remax . . . . . . . . . . . 182-183 Sun Valley Real Estate Christie’s . . . . . . . . . 184-190 Sun Valley Associates 191-193 Berkshire Hathaway 194-198 Silver Creek Realty Group 199 152 | Arts Etc Cultural events and happenings for fall 164 | Wellness Glow recipes and St. Luke’s conversations 202 | Dining Guide Sun Valley Restaurant Association presents cuisine for all tastes 168 September | 2022 32 svpn-mag.com
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Balancing out Valley life, we headed to Hailey to check in on Benny Hampton and his Bennyz Rod Shop and Auto Sales business. An on-fire business, Benny takes us on his journey of nostalgia and life in 2022 restoring and fixing hot rods—it’s well worth a read and a trip to his shop!
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Although fall is upon us, summer still holds on with beautiful days that lead to cool nights. This is the best time of the year in Sun Valley and we always welcome it with open arms. This year, fall is a significant wind-down from one of the busiest summers I can ever recall in my time of living in the Wood River Valley. Yet, it is why fall is the best season of them all. Whether outside on the trails and rivers or at home and around town, getting involved in new projects or back to work on ongoing ones, there’s plenty to do and plenty happening in Sun Valley, along with spending time with those you love.
For another aspect of Wood River Valley living, we pay homage to Mountain Humane, celebrating the animal shelter’s 50 years of serving the community. Read about this milestone, events, and happenings for this special occasion, which includes your dog or cat too! In these most interesting times, learn how Mountain Humane has been at work behind the scenes while keeping our beloved pets in mind.
SVPN also features Sarah Latham of Latham Interiors in our ongoing features on Sun Valley interior decorators and designers. Discover her passion for interior designing and living in the Wood River Valley. We also have an impressive slate of items in SVPN ’s Style Dial to embrace this cherished time of year with new décor and ideas so you can enjoy the company of your friends and family.
For this issue’s Wellness section, St. Luke’s teaches us about communication with seniors and loved ones who have been through traumas or are aging. Engaging in health is also about helping others. And we feature plantbased recipes to enjoy summer’s harvest and seasonal change from Dr. Molly Brown.
In addition, SVPN ’s spotlight on the fine arts features a Now Showing section with all the latest exhibitions and our Arts Etc. events section covers the many cultural happenings for September. And don’t forget to enjoy all the restaurants in the Sun Valley Restaurant Association’s dining guide for traditional and great seasonal food and drinks. Take care and be mindful,
For September, SVPN Magazine has the download for the Hemingway Seminar presented by The Community Library, from September 8-10, which will focus on Islands in the Stream and Hemingway’s time on the Gulf Stream. It’s a gathering of scholars and educators that will add to your life whether you are a Hemingway buff or not. With a focus on writers and writing for this issue, SVPN is excited to have been able to connect with the Sun Valley Playwright Residency Artistic Director, John M. Baker. He introduces us to a new Valley residency as well as inspiring play readings to come. Learn about this exciting arts element in the community, the playwrighting process, and its ability to focus on life and existence on the personal level that makes a play so engaging and an essential art form.
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RANDI KARABIN Art Director
JAN SUPER CFO 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. She 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.
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.
SABINA DANA PLASSE Editor 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.
SUSAN KNIGHT 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 day-to-day work projects, she has taught art classes, designed studio spaces, and enjoys creative projects with her family.
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.
JENNY BLOMQUIST Designer, Real Estate Jenny Blomquist came to SVPN Magazine with extensive experience in advertising and design in the real estate world, specifically at Sun Valley Real Estate in Hailey. After moving to several states during her years as a firefighter, she settled in Idaho, where she lives with her son and can be found playing softball and singing with her band.
RAY J. GADD is an outdoor enthusiast, music fiend, food fanatic, traveller, marketer, and photographer. Ray has spent the last eight years of his life studying the ins and outs of the photographic world. From studio work to action sports, his camera is ever present in an effort to develop his own style, hone his technical skills, and document the neverending wanderlust. His photos have appeared in several publications including Powder, Freeskier, Visit Sun Valley, Flyfish Journal, and many more.
Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables. When not behind the camera, she is creating nourishing meals for her family. A Sun Valley native, STEVE DONDERO is passionate about photography and addicted to travel. He’d love to be on constant safari, chasing animals or sunsets where passports are required. Having left the corporate world, he’s now living his dream as a professional nature, portrait, and commercial photographer, with a studio in Ketchum and a gallery in Minneapolis. You can see a small sampling of his work, including over 30 SVPN covers, at stevedondero.com.
TED DANIEL brings a decade’s worth of photography experience to SVPN. While living in New York, he collaborated with Universal Music Group, Victoria’s Secret, and InStyle Magazine. His work has been featured in New York Magazine, Time Out, and Uncut. His love of editorial and landscape photography finds a perfect balance in his new Sun Valley home, where he can enjoy his passion for photography while also hiking, skiing, and getting outdoors with his dog.
LORI WILLIAMS is a freelance writer, copy editor, former home-educator, and native Idahoan who’s lived in Ketchum for 35 years. Also a poet, she records family histories and stories writing in rhyme, and is a self-published children’s book author. When not road-tripping with her husband, she manages a handful of private Valley properties, hikes and bikes, journals, and drinks a ton of green tea.
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ELIZABETH WESTWOOD is a producer based in Austin, Texas. She spends most of the year as a commercial producer for clients such as AMD, Hu Kitchen, Vistin Austin, ATX TV Festival, Metal Umbrella, The University of Texas at Austin, The Austin Chronicle, and more. She’s new to the indie-feature film world; her credits include co-producer ( Wicked Games) and post-production manager (Ravage, Wicked Games). She also works for the Sun Valley Film Festival.
MARTHA WILLIAMS has lived in the Wood River Valley since 2009. She holds a BA in English from Vanderbilt University, and she is pursuing a Master of Liberal Arts from Johns Hopkins University. She has worked locally including at Iconoclast Books, the Environmental Resource Center, POWER Engineers, and The Community Library. She enjoys all things outdoors, spending time with her husband and dogs, and everything about this community.
BLAIR BAKER was born and raised in Sun Valley, Idaho. She currently lives in New York City with her adorable dog, Roo. While her day job is in advertising at McCann, she loves exploring new cuisines, reading in the park, and writing postcards to her friends. Although far from home, she keeps Sun Valley close to her heart through assorted Idaho memorabilia and impressing her friends through her stories of adventures in the great outdoors. Originally from Connecticut, LILY MARTIN attended Gettysburg College, studying art studio 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.
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Because everyone defines wealth differently. Just as warm summer days give way to crisp fall nights, your family’s financial goals constantly evolve. Our wealth advisors Patsy Huntington and Jen Steele are experts in helping successful individuals account for all the moving parts in their lives and set a wealth management course that’s uniquely their own.
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Flying to and from Sun Valley during the fall season just became much easier with the addition of extended flights to San Francisco and Los Angeles in September, twice-weekly flights to Seattle, and daily flights to Denver and Salt Lake City.
Delta Air Lines continues to offer convenient service schedules for SUN travelers with three daily nonstop Salt Lake City (SLC) flights year-round, although the schedule will be reduced to two daily flights October through mid-December due to system-wide pilot shortages. Alaska Airlines also now provides nonstop Seattle (SEA) flights year-round, with twice weekly flights on Thursday and Sunday from September 8 through mid-December. And in October, Alaska will begin flying their Seattle route with E175 regional jets, replacing the older Q400 turboprop planes, making SUN an all-regional jet commercial service airport for the first time in its history.
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To learn more about available flights for booking and the detailed 2022 flight schedules, visit flysunvalleyalliance.com.
The mission of the nonprofit Fly Sun Valley Alliance is to improve air service to Sun Valley for the benefit of the community. The key community partners in FSVA’s air service development efforts include the Sun Valley Air Service Board, the Sun Valley Resort, and Friedman Memorial Airport. In addition, Visit Sun Valley is a key strategic partner in marketing air service.
In addition, United Airlines now offers daily nonstop Denver (DEN) flight service all year, a significant enhancement for year-round connectivity to this major United Airlines hub.
“These extensions to our air service for fall throughout the year will provide more options for residents and visitors,” says Fly Sun Valley Alliance Director Carol Waller. Waller notes that staffing shortages remain an ongoing challenge for airlines, and SUN is fortunate to maintain good air service levels while other airports have lost service.
For September, United Airlines is extending its nonstop Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO) flights to run twice weekly, on Wednesday and Sunday, from September 8 to 25, instead of ending on Labor Day.
“It never ceases to amaze me how this community shows up,” says Sun Valley Valley Museum of Art Wine Auction and Development Director Peter Burke. “Thank you to our vintners, hosts, chefs, volunteers, patrons, staff, and community partners for an epic 41st Annual Sun Valley Wine Auction! We at the Sun Valley Museum of Art are endlessly grateful for your support and look forward to seeing you at The Museum, in a class, at a concert, or lecture soon!”
SUN VALLEY WINE AUCTIONRAISES A GLASS SUCCESSTO
Below: Online auction items presented at Trail Creek Live Auction and Picnic.
This year’s Sun Valley Wine Auction raised over one million dollars, ensuring another robust year of arts and culture programming in the Wood River Valley and continued support of the Sun Valley Museum of Art Scholarship Program.
Photos by Dev Khalsa
Right: Sun Valley Wine Auction 2022 Chairperson Susan Greenspan and Sun Valley Museum of Art Board Member Constance Lawton at the Trail Creek Picnic and Live Auction.
Sun Valley Wine Auction Vintner Dinner plating at Gastrolab for Krista Simor’s Vintner Dinner, “Ethereal Experience,” with Phifer Pavitt and Senses Wine.
Chef John Tesar working the grill at Rosalie and Dan Peed’s Vintner Dinner, “Bigwood Bounty,” featuring Chappellet Wines with winemaker Todd Alexander of Force Majeure Vineyards, Holocene Wines, Pasxa Wines, and The Walls.
Clockwise from top left: Sun Valley Museum of Art Executive Director Jennifer Wells Green. Sun Valley Museum of Art Wine Auction and Development Director Peter Burke with patrons at the Trail Creek Picnic and Live Auction.
Winemaker Cyril Chappellet pouring Welcome Bubbles at “Bigwood Bounty” Vintner Dinner.
Top: Seventy-five cars head up to Smiley Creek on the Huckleberry Drive. Above: Drivers enjoy the gorgeous backdrop of the Sawtooth Mountains.
The three days of car events included the Huckleberry Drive, Sun Valley Tour de Force Car Show, Sun Valley Auto Club Tech Inspection, no-speed-limit-runs at Phantom Hill, and Cars & Comedy dinner and auction.
Funds raised resulted from every Sun Valley Tour de Force (SVTdF) sponsorship, live auction, and paddle-up donation, driver’s fee, raffle ticket sale, and merchandise
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Sun Valley Tour de Force hosted its fifth annual three-day car event, July 21-23, 2022, to support The Hunger Coalition, a local nonprofit serving community members who are experiencing food insecurity. This year, the event raised $600,000, a sizable increase in donation compared to the $175,000 donation it made in 2021. In fact, it’s one of the single most significant donations to The Hunger Coalition to date, outside of the capital campaign.
“A donation of this size is absolutely transformational,” says The Hunger Coalition Director of Philanthropy Krista Felton. “It’s about a fifth of our annual budget and enough to cover the cost of all our children’s programs, plus our farm, for a year! Knowing that we don’t need to worry about these important programs is a huge relief.”
“It’s truly hard to believe it’s been five years since we presented $16,000 to our first beneficiary, Idaho BaseCamp. Through the support of our sponsors, partners, drivers, and the community, we can deliver over half a million dollars today. Maya Blix and I are just as proud and humbled by the generosity of our supporters as we were five years ago,” says Co-Founder of Sun Valley Tour de Force Whitney Werth Slade.
To learn more about the Sun Valley Tour de Force, visit sunvalleytourdeforce.com.
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Clockwise from top left: Sun Valley Tour de Force friends gather for a great cause. Sun Valley Auto Club staff hard at work at the Technical Inspection.
At Cars & Comedy, donors showed their generosity for The Hunger Coalition. The Bloom Truck powered by The Hunger Coalition delivers lunch, snacks, and books to local kids. The Friday Car Show had close to 200 cars and thousands of guests admiring the supercars, classics, and collectibles.
item purchased throughout the weekend. And the amount raised wasn’t the only record broken this year. For the first time, 24 of the 48 high-speed drivers hit speeds over 200mph. The fastest car was a 2020 Ferrari Tributo that peaked at 221.67mph on a public highway.
HEMINGWAY IN THE VALLEY Each year, the Library’s Jeanne Rodger Lane Center for Regional History showcases objects from its collection that relate to the annual Seminar’s theme, such as Ernest’s luggage that bears his initials. 50 svpn-mag.com
The Community Library preps for HemingwayanotherSeminar
Although this was a eulogy that Hemingway wrote for a dear friend, it rings true as Hemingway will forever be a part of the blue skies of our beloved valley.
For those who have spent time in the Wood River Valley, it is easy to see the impact that Hemingway has had on a place where he spent 22 years.
“What makes this conference special is that this seminar is for everyone, not just scholars.”
—Martha Williams By Blair Baker
The Hemingway Mosaic, by local artist, Sue Dumke, looms large, piquing the interest of anyone who comes across it, intrigued by the amalgamation of many photos to reveal Hemingway’s portrait. The Hemingway Memorial serves as a starting point for hikes that boast breathtaking views of the Wood River Valley that Hemingway held so close to his heart. A plaque at his memorial reads, “Best of all, he loved the fall, the leaves yellow on the cottonwoods. Leaves floating on the trout streams and above the hills. The high blue windless skies, now he will be a part of them forever.”
The multi-day conference, which is being held from September 8-10 this year, is focused on the posthumously published Islands in the Stream and Hemingway’s time on the Gulf Stream. It is a famously challenging work to read, and the conference will serve as a helping hand in unpacking this incredible piece of literature. The conference features speakers such as Paul Hendrickson, author of Hemingway’s Boat: Everything He Loved in Life, and Lost; Mark P. Ott, author of A Sea of Change: Ernest Hemingway and the Gulf Stream, a Contextual Biography; Karen Osborn, Research Zoologist with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History STREAMCODE project; as well as presentations by Dr. Clyde Moneyhun and Dr. Stacey Guill of Boise State University; and a screening of the 1977 film adaptation of Islands in the Stream. The packed weekend also includes riveting discussions led by the Valley’s very own Phil Huss, known for his passion for Hemingway in the high school classroom, which has culminated in his book, Hemingway’s Sun Valley: Local Stories behind his Code, Characters, and Crisis. The extensive array of scholars brings differing experiences and perspectives to color Islands in the Stream, allowing the seminar to come alive for all readers.
Every year, a group of Hemingway scholars, die-hard fans, aficionados, and even just the curious gather for the Ernest Hemingway Seminar hosted by The Community Library.
“What makes this conference special,” says Programs and Education Director Martha Williams, “is that this seminar is for everyone, not just scholars.” Occurring annually since 2005, 2022 marks the second year of this conference in person after a hiatus in 2022. It offers both in-person and online access, ensuring that anyone can attend from wherever they are located.
The 2021 seminar focused on Hemingway’s time in Africa, for which the Library welcomed a guest exhibit from the Special Collections and Archives at Boise State University’s Albertsons Library. Ernest’s luggage in the Library’s collection often features the crest of his Cuba home, Finca Vigía. This year’s seminar explores Hemingway’s time on and relationship with the Gulf Stream.
To learn more or attend the 2022 Ernest Hemingway Seminar, September 8-10, visit The Community Library at comlib.org.
Whether you consider yourself a fan of Hemingway or are just curious about the mysterious life of this larger-thanlife figure, the seminar promises to be compelling and informative for anyone who has the pleasure to join.
The Library’s extensive collection of historical Hemingway pieces such as letters, books, and even his home comes to life through this seminar as David Meeker, a rare book collector and owner of Nick Adams & Co. Rare Books, walks attendees through these precious items. The weekend wraps up with a final dinner with catered Cuban food from Adelfa’s Comida Cubana to transport us back to the time that Hemingway spent in Cuba.
Clockwise from top left: The seminar features presentations, films, readings, and more, such as a 2021 play written by Dr. Stacey Guill bringing to life Hemingway’s short story, The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber
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As an audience, our thirst for stories is greater than ever. And the offerings are too, with a new show, series, podcast, film, or episodic being released seemingly every other day. This August, over 20 new star-studded episodics are set to be released and we haven’t even had time to binge last month’s menu. Do we even want to? Or is it just FOMO? Now seems like the time to get back to basics. Back to where our love of story and performance started.
American theatre has made reinvention a routine to stay relevant with new generational tastes, (and pandemics), and to maintain their place as a prominent part of the modern entertainment landscape. Sun Valley Playwright’s Residency (SVPR) refocuses antiquated playwright development practices, fostering new voices in theatre, and stands out as a unique addition to arts organizations in the Wood River Valley. In collaboration with The Community Library and The Argyros Performing Arts Center, the Sun Valley Playwright’s Residency offers one playwright annually $10,000 to foster a single project from a nascent idea to develop a new work over the course of a year. At the bookends of the yearlong residency, the playwright spends up to a month in Ketchum, at the historic Ernest and Mary Hemingway House and community member housing.
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“The idea for this has been percolating for many years,” says SVPR Artistic Director, John M. Baker. A dramaturg who’s been heavily involved in supporting playwrights and developing new plays for over 15 years, Baker knew it was imperative to start something that he could shape to meet the needs of playwrights today. “I saw a need in the American theatre to create a nimble organization that is able to continually meet the needs of writers,” he says. Once paired with Jonathan Kane, Artistic Director of Sawtooth Productions and a local producer for the past 25 years, sparks began to fly. “It grew out of both of our desires to create opportunities for theatre artists to generate new work and bold theatre experiences for the By Elizabeth Westwood David Cale performing We’re Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago.
Wood River Valley community and beyond. To do this, we wanted to bring together partner organizations like The Community Library and The Argyros that didn’t necessarily specialize in our niche area of the American theatre but had an interest in and passion for the arts,” Baker adds.
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We’re pioneering a radically new approach to supporting playwrights, developing their new work, and engaging with the Inclusive,community.”considerate,and intentional, SVPR kicked off their first year with a bang in 2021 hosting Obie Awardwinning playwright, performer, and photographer, David Cale. During his residency, Cale birthed a solo play that is set in the Wood River Valley titled Blue Cowboy. “We were hopeful that artists coming to Idaho would be inspired by the setting, the Hemingway House, and the community,” explains Baker. “We’re thrilled that David was so taken by the community and environment and just ran with it.”
Like many other nonprofit organizations and small businesses, COVID has taken a toll on the resources that playwrights have historically relied on to write and develop new work for the stage. “The pandemic has truly impacted new play development organizations,” shares Baker. “Several major nonprofits that specialized in developing new work have been shuttered due to the pandemic, leaving lots of writers without artistic homes. We saw a real need to create a space for playwrights to ideate and write, and we have leaned into the idea of being a small, nimble organization that allows us to meet the specific needs of each playwright.
“The Sun Valley Playwright’s Residency gave me the extraordinary honor of being able to write in
Ironbound at The Argyros as part of the Sun Valley Playwright’s Residency.
Don’t miss your chance to experience new plays! Join SVPR for the reading of Blue Cowboy by Inaugural SVPR playwright David Cale and directed by Tony Award nominee Les Waters on Saturday, September 24 at 7pm at The Argyros Performing Arts Center. A reading of Ironbound by Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok is taking place on Friday, October 28 at 7pm. For additional information and to reserve a seat, please visit theargyros. org and make sure to keep an eye out on The Community Library and The Argyros’ online calendars for additional engagement opportunities at comlib.org and theargyros.org.
As they delve into their second year, SVPR welcomes Pulitzer Prize-winning and NYC-based playwright Martyna Majok. Baker says, “Martyna is coming to Idaho right after she opens her first Broadway production. She’s one of the most exciting voices in the American theatre. We’re excited to see how the Wood River Valley inspires her.”
the Hemingway House, and the opportunity to be away from all the distractions of my home, and fully concentrate on beginning a new play that would take place in Idaho. But once I was in Ketchum, for me a kind of magic happened,” says Cale. “The play I’ve written would have never come about, or occurred to me, without the Residency, and the opportunity of experiencing first-hand this breathtakingly beautiful, spiritually stirring part of the country. It inspired my imagination and creativity, in ways I could never have foreseen, and thus my new play wholly takes place in Ketchum, Hailey, Stanley, and Sun Valley.”
One might say that the Sun Valley Playwright’s Residency’s mission to preserve and evolve the stage play is Quixotic since the pandemic took us away from inperson performances. Why not just watch that new Apple TV show? But without running the risk of being overly dramatic, we only must ask one question. Heard of Bill Shakespeare? The SVPR wants to remind audiences of our origins, not by putting on yet another charming rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, but by offering living playwrights a range of resources to write and develop new work for the stage, reminding everyone that this ancient medium still has stories to tell and artists who bleed for it.
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Left: Magpie, Blue Sky and Occasional Clouds, 2021 Top: Winging It, 2021 When You Look Like a Pen and Ink Drawing from Japan, 2021
INSPIRED BY NATURE Obie Award-winning playwright and performer David Cale captured these photographs of magpies during his October 2021 residency at the Hemingway House. During the residency, Cale drafted his new solo play, Blue Cowboy, which will be read at The Argyros on Saturday, September 24, at 7pm.
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Benny founded his shop in early 2000 and has steadily grown his business, which currently employs six of the best in the industry. Benny credits much of this recent growth to his fiancé, Madeline. The latter has developed the administrative side of the business with online sales, tracking parts, finding cars, consignors, and much more. With the addition of the business’s
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In addition, owner and muscle car enthusiast, Benny Hampton, caters to specialized dream cars that are sure to stop traffic.
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Benny’s shop boasts a full mixing bank to match any color imaginable, thus opening a world of possibilities. “We can find you a car at whatever level you want to start with. Then, we can change small features, customize, or go for a full build.”
A love of American automobilia and a talent for specialty restoration runs in the family for Benny Hampton. His father worked to rebuild aircraft from both World Wars and late model cars, wrecks, and hot rods. Benny was raised under the hood, so to speak, gleaning his father’s tricks of the trade. In addition to a skilled hand and strong work ethic, Benny ensures respect for the deeply sentimental nature of classic cars and the importance of staying true to the essence of an original model. With this in mind, he can thoughtfully revive and transform a vintage automobile into an ultramodern machine. Benny believes every car has its own character and personality. It’s just a matter of figuring each one out. Of course, when taking on a project, the less rust, the better. But Benny knows how to work with what he’s got. Benny isn’t simply bringing old cars back to life. He is preserving history. He conserves artifacts integral to American culture and who we are as individuals. The restoration of these iconic cars allows us to travel back in Matt West installs modern technology yet never destroys the vintage look of any car, which is what Bennyz Rod Shop does best.
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Sun Valley Luxury Living FIND YOUR DREAM HOME IN THE WOOD RIVER VALLEY No matter the property you are looking for, we’re here to assist you in discovering your Sun Valley luxury property. Find the ultimate retreat at 13439 State Highway 75 that seamlessly blends history and playful modern luxury on a three-structure mountain estate with private ponds & stunning views. Or if you’re looking for a lock & leave, in-town basecamp, check out 110 Rember in West Ketchum, The Westcliff Residences, setting the bar for in-town luxury, privacy, and convenience. And if you prefer a bit more room to stretch your legs, our current european-style mountain home, 581 Paintbrush, in the highly desired Hulen Meadows on a little over an acre, blending elegance and charm with modern convenience and design! ©2022 Engel & Völkers. All rights reserved. Each brokerage independently owned and operated. Engel & Völkers and its independent License Partners are Equal Opportunity Employers and fully support the principles of the Fair Housing Act. Engel & Völkers Sun Valley • 291 First Avenue North • Ketchum, Idaho 83340 Jones • Grover Team Engel & Völkers Sun Valley Travis: +1 208 721 8579 Svea: +1 208-720-0377 firstname.lastname@example.org 13437/39 State Hwy 75, North Valley The Ultimate Adult Summer Camp! 8 Bed | 10 Bath | 9,434 Sqft Offered at $15,995,000 110 Rember St 2 West-Ketchum The Luxury Westcliff Residences 4 Bed | 4.5 Bath | 3,115 Sqft Offered at $4,750,000 581 Paintbrush Lane, Hulen Meadows Exquisite European-Style Mountain Home 5 Bed | 6.5 Bath | 5,646 Sqft Offered at $5,200,000 13437/39 State Hwy 75 Blaine County, ID 110 Rember St 2 Ketchum, ID 581 Paintbrush Lane Ketchum, ID
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Linda c. 208.720.6040 Lauren c. 512.534.6571 BUSTERBACK RANCH www.busterbackranch.com$11,995,000 WORLD-CLASS, UNIQUE HORSE RANCH PROPERTY. A private, magnificent, 80-acre property where relaxed luxury and sophistication meet Western sensibility. Located in the Stanley Basin, just 40 minutes from world-famous Sun Valley, the ranch includes a stunning 5,700 square foot main house, three Ralph Lauren-inspired guest cabins, a three bedroom manager’s house, a barn, and numerous outbuildings. With the splendor of the Sawtooth Mountain Range and its magnificent sunrises and sunsets, abundant wildlife, and expansive, star-filled night outside your front door, there is no bet ter place to hang your hat and call home. Please contact Linda Badell with Badell | Jones Real Estate Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208.720.6040. A CENTURY IN THE MAKING Badell Jones Real Estate Services Linda Badell Lauren Jones 208.720.6040 512.534.6571 94 svpn-mag.com
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Incomparable, exquisite mountain compound, just south of Ketchum. Four separate houses on 1,100 feet of private riverfront, not to mention a temperature controlled wine tasting room and adult ‘’treehouse’’. The main house is over 8,000 square feet and includes four bedrooms, five full baths and two half baths, a media room, gym, office, and an attached two car garage with glass doors, as well as a chef’s kitchen, butler’s pan try, and separate large wine room. Luxuriant gardens, a toy barn, as well as an outdoor pool and spa and private fishing access, offer the best of all worlds for the outdoor enthusiast. An enviable oasis minutes from Bald Mountain and Sun Valley Resort, with extraordinary architecture, incomparable attention to detail and exceptional amenities for entertainment, this property redefines waterfront living.
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Taking a risk and answering a calling, proven Wood River Valley fitness specialists Emily Knowles, Zack Taylor, and Rob Carter came together with their expertise and love of results to create a unique and specialized high-profile fitness center. It’s an experience unlike any in Sun Valley or across the nation. Established and based on proven science, research, and lab implementation methods, PeakFit can provide the best fitness routine personalized for your body and goals with lab-tested results as a guide and marker. This unique fitness and health experience offer clients a personalized and monitored gym experience and routine concentrated on improving body health and workings to excel and reach their peak fitness. The trio created PeakFit, based in Hailey, with a mission to give clients an understanding of their own science-based tracked data along with an accessible goal to reach their highest potential performance and fitness levels.
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It’s small group fitness with expert coaching
Moxy Monitor blood oxygen sensor – this device measures blood oxygen saturation during exercise tests to target how to increase athletes’ blood flow to different muscle groups, thus increasing strength and endurance.
A BOUTIQUE GYM EXPERIENCE
“It’s not a membership,” says Zack. “When you walk through the door, we are here to provide you with easily accessible ways to build and improve fitness, but also integrate valuable research and quality programming for every client and service to achieve your results.”
With extensive collective backgrounds as professional athletes, bodybuilders, coaches, and trainers, Emily, Zack, and Rob created a concept behind PeakFit that will excite anyone who wants to feel and perform at their very best, from athletes trying to gain an edge to those beginning their fitness journies, especially in understanding goals and results.
Left, Zack is analyzing the breath-by-breath measurements of cardiorespiratory and metabolic markers of Rob.
“We can identify your exact limitations and strengths to inform how to train you and fast-track your goals,” says Rob. “It’s also an understanding of what is going on inside your body. For example, we can analyze every client’s heartrate zones to present people with the training they need to improve everything from metabolism to recovery time from workouts, with the equipment and staff to provide the most benefit with the least effort.”
This is a cardiorespiratory fitness test, offered on various types of exercise bikes, treadmills, or ski ergometers.
Rob, a sanctioned triathlete and UCLA graduate, was the first UCLA undergraduate accredited as assistant physiology lab director under Dr. Brett Dolezal. He was on a path to medical school when he visited his brother in Ketchum more than a year ago. “We envisioned a fitness and center that integrates clinical-level exercise, cardiorespiratory, and body composition testing. However, with the cutting-edge technology and methods we have implemented, and with my accreditation, we can do a full host of tests to pinpoint exactly what a client needs,” says Rob. Rob is accredited to execute the physiological testing and analyses developed and refined over multiple decades at UCLA’s UCFit, Exercise Physiology Research Lab (EPRL), a highly specialized myriad of testing to assess one’s true physical health and performance and highlight how to improve. Widely known as the top exercise physiology laboratory, UCLA’s EPRL and Dr. Dolezal have partnered with PeakFit. The PeakFit Lab serves as a satellite research facility, with Rob as its head, facilitating the methods, technology, and clinical standards of exercise-health testing developed and utilized at UCLA. Validated by UCLA and driven by experts in the field, Rob’s remote research in Sun Valley remains at the highest standard with constant improvement and innovation.
The PeakFit Lab encompasses high-performance “gold standard” testing equipment to conduct its research. It operates with a PNOĒ Metabolic Analysis unit, respirometry, InBody 270 body composition analyzer, Polar and Garmin Heart Rate Monitors, a 3G clinical treadmill, Wahoo bike trainer, and Wahoo Smart Bike trainer.
Optimizing performance or wellness, hybrid training methods, and breath analysis for the ultimate compass of nutrition, training, and health, PeakFit’s expert trainers, scientists, and lab results will build specialized solutions for fitness and health improvement. Using the PNOĒ Metabolic Analysis also provides accurate aerobic, heart, and metabolic health through PeakFit’s exercise-health assessments. “The science behind the services is proven,” says Rob. “These tests can provide an exercise prescription.”
Top: Rob is completing the ramp exercise test on a triathlon bike, showing both multiple measurement devices used in the lab, and the ability for clients to bring in their own bikes for testing regardless of type or size. Above: Zack and Emily demonstrating band exercises that clients may utilize during duo or small group sessions.
However, the PeakFit gym also has high-performance equipment for private sessions, small group workouts, clinics, and classes, which can be personal, group, or bundled sessions.
There’s something for every type of training possibility with small groups or one-on-ones. The gym also includes rogue cages, a deadlifting platform, 5 to 80 pounds of free weights, kettlebells, cable machines, cardio equipment, and many more state-of-the-art apparatus and fitness accessories. And equally as important, the gym provides trainers with expertise beyond the norm and beyond their training.
No matter one’s fitness goal—from wanting to lose weight to professional athletes trying to overcome a plateau in performance—PeakFit and its team of experts have built a single facility with diverse tools and methods to guarantee results for every level of client and athlete. In speaking with this team, they share pride in providing a space where the fitness newcomer and elite athlete can work out, undergo testing, or receive expert coaching under the same roof.
“We love and believe in what we do, and we’re raising the bar for all,” says Emily. “Every person who walks through our doors matters to us, and we’ve converged with our varied backgrounds to ensure that they gain experience they enjoy and that is valuable to their fitness and health.” This team is not only focused on serving the local community through their services but also on providing clients with the knowledge and tools to exercise and excel beyond their sessions at PeakFit.
“Every person we test or train provides motivation to those around them, and we want every client to receive the same pride in that experience,” says Zack.
Whether performing lunges or utilizing equipment, PeakFit has assessed workouts and training with the proper amount of needed equipment to make a unique boutique gym the ultimate workout experience. “We are the only ones doing what we do,” says Zack. “The results speak for themselves.”
The PeakFit founding team in their true colors. Left: Zack Taylor, Emily Knowles, and Rob Carter.
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The shelter’s 50th anniversary celebration is a thank-you
Anyone who has utilized adoption services and the many programs Mountain Humane offers knows the incredible resources it provides the Wood River Valley community. It is not just any ordinary animal shelter—if that even exists—it is a place of love, well-being, and humanity for our furry, four-legged loved ones, and the occasional rabbit, ferret, guinea pig, or “pocket pet.”
For many, adopting a dog or cat is welcoming a new family member. The pride and joy pets bring to anyone’s life are priceless gifts and give a lifetime of memories. It is obvious how much we love our pets in the Wood River Valley. They are everywhere, welcomed in most places, and cared for by many. They are part of our mountain life and here to stay.
At Mountain Humane, adoption is undoubtedly the most visible aspect of their work, yet so much more connects us to the dogs and cats rescued, lost, homeless, surrendered, at-risk, or abandoned. Mountain Humane offers all of us in the Wood River Valley a long-term relationship and
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Celebrating half a century of providing dogs and cats to our valley’s residents and beyond, Mountain Humane, located in Croy Canyon slightly west of Hailey, honors the heritage the shelter carries forth from its days as the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley now known as Mountain Humane, a “no-kill” animal shelter.
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Providing necessary services and community support allows Mountain Humane to be the gold standard of animal shelters, especially in the Wood River Valley, where more families than not own a dog or cat.
Mountain Humane can have 80 to 100 animals in their care at anytime. When animals arrive from either overcrowded shelters, as strays from animal control, pickups from police officers, brought in from community good Samaritans, or as surrenders because it’s the only option, Mountain Humane’s door is open. It’s not just a place for a cat or dog to have food and shelter. It provides veterinarian services for healing and well-being, a food bank, and behavior training with counseling and classes.
Dr. Jack Amen, a retired veterinarian from Fairfield, offers years of experience and a great appreciation for shelter medicine—especially the spay/neuter program. In addition, local veterinarian and Mountain Humane board member, Scott Acker, is a valued resource.”
“We would love to operate our medical clinic five or six days a week,” says Mountain Humane Board President Sally Onetto. “We’re actively seeking to add another veterinarian to our staff. However, there is a vet shortage throughout the country. Shelter medicine is specialized and very rewarding.
Mountain Humane was built for tomorrow. It’s near the largest population center in the Wood River Valley, close to Hailey’s Main Street, making it accessible for volunteers to help with dog-walking, community service for high school students, and community meetings and gatherings.
Soon after the pandemic arrived and changed life as we know it, Mountain Humane adapted. New policies, safety standards, and providing more free pet food for those in “No matter how great a community people had lived in before they moved to the Wood River Valley, they never had a place like Mountain Humane.”
connection with a lifetime of service and programs to benefit the welfare of all cats and dogs.
Mountain Humane opened its facility pre-pandemic with an onsite veterinarian and medical staff, an active board, dedicated employees and volunteers, and gracious donors.
Clockwise from left: Scott Porter veterinary clinic volunteer, Mountain Humane Longest-Stay Alum Newton, and Dr. Jack Amen, Shelter Veterinarian statistics tell the real story of Mountain Humane as much as a happy family who boasts about adopting a dog or cat. In 2021, Mountain Humane cared for 2,707 animals, 2,800 vaccinations were provided, 1,024 spay or neuter surgeries were performed, 100 dental procedures were completed, and 512 animals were microchipped. But that’s not all. Mountain Humane rose to the occasion of keeping people in good spirits throughout the pandemic, helping pets stay with their families, or bringing a new pet to their homes. With expanded kennel space and an army of foster families, in 2021, Mountain Humane provided 222 animals transferred from high-kill shelters with a place to live and be matched with their forever families.
Mountain Humane answers the call to help ease overcrowding and lack of resources in rural shelters through the Idaho Coalition of Animal Transfer Partners (ICATP).
“Being first responders for cats and dogs was part of going through COVID,” says Mountain Humane Executive Director Annie McCauley. “Animal welfare best practices evolved during the pandemic. One change was adoptionby-appointment to give prospective adopters time with a trained adoption counselor and the animal they are interested in bringing into their home. We take matching pets to families very seriously. The result is well-prepared adopters and fewer adoption returns.”
“When overcrowded shelters in rural Idaho need help, Mountain Humane has the space, resources, and medical
crisis were a few things that happened immediately. Other outcomes took the form of a more extensive pet foster program and short-term pet boarding for those struggling with medical or housing issues.
Behavior issues, veterinarian services, vaccination clinics on Monday and Fridays, dog training classes, and outreach services were fully functioning as pet owners emerged from the pandemic, and 16,120 pounds of pet food was distributed to 141 Blaine County families. The
Heather Lewis of Animal Arts was the architect and concept developer behind Mountain Humane’s facility, which opened in 2019 and was designed to save animals on many levels. First and foremost was a shelter offering the animals the best living and care operations. The building also was built to handle over 150 animals allowing for transfer from crowded or high-kill shelters.
As a community center, Mountain Humane serves as a space for many of the Valley’s nonprofits, that use it for various reasons. “Mountain Humane’s collaboration with the Valley’s nonprofits is an opportunity for all,” says McCauley. “We’re involved with the Wood River Land Trust for land conservation, The Hunger Coalition with pet food, and The Advocates to help pets who need a temporary home. It’s also one of the few organizations where the entire family can be involved. Whether during the holidays, a grade school project, or other events that present checks and donations to us, it’s a nonprofit that can offer and teach kids valuable lessons while connecting to what is going on.”
An added service to the Wood River Valley is the Barkin’ Thrift Store, located in the 1934 Rialto Hotel on Main Street in Hailey, which serves thousands of shoppers. It’s also a drop-off for donations and services for pet food distribution.
“It’s a happy place to be with the animals and the people who care for them,” says Marketing Manager Heidi Hayes. “We like to fill each day with scheduled play dates and puppy love.”
“It’s effective, clean, and organized thanks to the brilliance of Heather Lewis’s design and construction,” says former Board Member Dan Drackett. “It’s no accident that you pass by the kittens first. No matter how great a community people had lived in before they moved to the Wood River Valley, they never had a place like Mountain Humane.”
systems to help save more lives,” says Senior Director of Animal Operations and Outreach Kelly Mitchell. “We do this safely, without the risk of spreading contagious disease thanks to the ICATP membership by laws, we have the ability to isolate and treat sick animals, and segregate transfer animals from our general animal population.”
In 2021, the store grossed $377,491 for animals in need. “The building not only has workforce housing, it also provides a great community service, which has been a savior,” says Mountain Humane Board Member Christine Ferguson. “It’s been a blessing, and the staff works hard to stock the floor with fun merchandise that meets the needs of our customers.”
More service is seen in the army of volunteers who are all a significant part of Mountain Humane’s function, operation, and success, from playing with cats, washing dishes, dog walking, and several volunteering every day—it all makes a difference.
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“Our goal is that the entire community knows they are welcome to Mountain Humane, but more important is to thank the community and celebrate the dogs and cats in our lives no matter where they were adopted, with our 50th anniversary celebration,” says Onetto. Mountain Humane is hosting a three-day “Treat, Play, Love” event, sponsored by our friends at Bigwood Bread, to celebrate not only the last 50 years of savings animals and changing lives but to mark the beginning of a new era in companion animal welfare.
Roberta McKercher Park in Hailey | 11am-12pm Town Square in Ketchum | 12:30-1:30pm Mountain Humane is a facility built to assist other shelters in the surrounding region. This support is one of the many elements that make Mountain Humane one of the Valley’s most time-honored nonprofits and valuable entities for adopting and caring for dogs and cats. From hoarding situations to other shelters calling for cavalry, Mountain Humane rescues and aids all types of animal emergencies. The overwhelming amount of thank- yous and messages that Mountain Humane receives daily reflects this success.
For more details, visit mountainhumane.org/celebrate. 101 Croy Creek Road | Hailey 208.788.4351 | mountainhumane.org FEATURE TREAT, PLAY, LOVE Mountain Humane 50th Anniversary Celebration Sponsored by Bigwood Bread FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 LIVE FEATURINGCONCERTJEFF CROSBY BAND • Mountain Humane event patio from, 6-10pm • Guests can bring their chairs and coolers • KB’s food truck will be available • Sawtooth Brewery beer bar will be available • $25 and each attendee will receive a commemorative t-shirt • Additional commemorative t-shirts for sale for $10 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 BALDY BISCUIT GROUP HIKES • Organized hikes throughout the valley—meet at the selected trailhead at 10:30am • Trailheads include Adams Gulch, Greenhorn Gulch, and Draper Preserve—each area provides ample parking, restrooms, pet waste receptacles, and trail options for varied abilities—hiking guides will be available at each trailhead • $10 suggested donation—participants will receive goodie bags with Baldy Biscuit and Idahound treats SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
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PET PARADES COSTUME CONTESTS participating pet will receive a 50th Anniversary commemorative will be awarded to furry friends and their owner— award categories may include Best Costume, Funniest Costume, Best Puppy, Best Senior, and participation awards for children
• Participants will receive goodie bags with Baldy Biscuit, Idahound, Jersey Girls, and Big Belly Deli treats
Pet parades and costume contests at two locations
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It’s a September getaway
Fall is a spectacular season to visit Stanley and the surrounding area. Leaves begin rustling towards their eventual fiery foliage, lighting up the mountainsides and riverbanks, beckoning all to the same recreational fun as summer. The sensual delights of crisp, sharp air, chimney or campfire smoke, and dusty pine bring on the nostalgia of the changing season, especially when the temperatures dip, making for frosty mornings. September in Stanley also means that it’s time for the 45th Annual Fireman’s Ball firing up at Mountain Village Resort’s Velvet Falls Dance Hall on Saturday, September 17 at 8pm. All the proceeds from this By Lori Williams
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A silent auction begins at 8pm, and live music comes down with the groovy rhythms of regional favorite Jupiter Holiday at 9pm. This soulful yet high-energy quintet will fire up the night with progressive funk rock fusion enjoyed by fans of all musical Mountaingenres.Village Resort (MVR) continues to be a hub for the community to gather, celebrate, support, and convene on fabulous fundraising event go to the Sawtooth Valley Rural Fire Department and the Stanley Ambulance volunteers. Both entities are run by volunteers, providing fire protection and emergency response services to the local Stanley community and the influx of seasonal visitors. It is one of the area’s most important agencies for keeping people safe and protected.
“We are always excited for the return of the annual Fireman’s Ball,” says Mountain Village Resort’s co-owner, Mandy Clark. “These firefighters are vital to our life in Stanley, and because they are volunteers, it’s even more imperative to help them. It should be a wonderful
There’s a $10 entry fee to the ball, with kids under 12 free.
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gathering of family, friends, and community at the Velvet Falls Dance Hall. Come to Stanley for a lively evening to support Stanley’s Volunteer EMS Service.”
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Live music at Velvet Falls Dance Hall continues throughout the month. Saturday, September 3, of Labor Day weekend, and the Portland-based husband and wife rock duo, The Mutineers, are on tap. On Sunday, September 4, Idaho native Jeff Crosby teams up with the Darci Carlson Band with songs about Jack Daniel evenings and Bloody Mary mornings, making for one of the most dynamic duos since Dolly and Kenny. And on Friday, September 23 at 9pm, the Dave Nudo Band out of Cambridge, Idaho, closes out the month.
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Right: The Portland-based Mutineers groove into Labor Day weekend at Mountain Village Resort on September 3.
South of town, Redfish Lake Lodge is a slice of heaven once the peak season rush has ended and families are back to work and school schedules. Temperatures remain perfect, and there’s little precipitation. It’s a quiet and beautiful time to enjoy the lake and this historic Idaho mountain lodge. Fall hours of operation are 10am-9pm. This includes the hiker boat shuttle, the marina, bike rentals, restaurant, rustic lounge, general store, and lodging, ranging from family cabins to guest suites. With the season’s bright colors, hiking and mountain biking are even more dramatic than in summer. There are dozens of trails branching out from the Lodge. Plus, you can take the Redfish Lake Shuttle boat across the lake for access to more.
Above: Redfish Lake Lawn live music culminates through Labor Day weekend.
essential issues and events affecting Stanley and the surrounding communities. So if you come to town for the Fireman’s Ball, consider a Sawtooth Valley weekend by booking a room or lodging at MVR. Their amenities are top-notch, centrally located, and the food is downright divine.
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Their marina has boats, kayaks, SUPs, canoe rentals, lake tours, and a great beach. So, keep treading through the seasons. There’s still plenty to do and countless adventures—horseback riding, boating, swimming, and on-site dining available for all Redfish Properties guests.
The Redfish live music scene culminates with Ryan Curtis on Friday, September 2, when he and his band bring a unique brand of high-desert twang and Idaho honky-tonk. On September 4, Douglas Cameron features blistering blues-rock guitar sounds and upbeat bluegrass fiddle. If you plan a visit to the lake on the last official day of summer, join the resort staff for one of their favorite traditions, a team swim. Nothing like a dip in the lake on September 21 to fire up your soul. Redfish officially closes Sunday, October 16, 2022. It’s already fall, y’all!
Redfish Lake is also an excellent place to check out the Sockeye migration to their spawning waters in the Sawtooth Valley Basin. From late July, the Sockeye return and continue through late September and early October. A great place to start looking for salmon is Redfish Lake Creek, from the point where it empties into the Salmon River. The bridge over the creek offers good viewing in its shallow, clear waters. You can find Kokanee—the landlocked form of Sockeye—spawning in Fishhook Creek into early September, making this an excellent time to wander along the Fishhook Creek Nature Walk, which leads out of the parking lot at Redfish Lake Lodge. The boardwalk trail offers several fantastic vantage points for viewing the bright red fish from above.
THE CLUBKASINO 10pm-1am | Ages 21+ over SEPTEMBER 2, 3 & 4 San Francisco take-over The Ha, Live Oaks & The Quilters kasinoclubstanley.com REDFISH LAKE LODGE Music on the Lawn Friday Music | 6-8pm SEPTEMBER 2 Ryan Curtis Sunday Music | 5-7pm SEPTEMBER 4 Douglas Cameron redfishlake.com MUSICSTANLEYSCENE Cambridge, Idaho’s Dave Nudo brings a high-energy show to Mountain Village Resort on September 23. Boise-based and Stanley favorite Jupiter Holiday brings the party and jam to the annual Fireman’s Ball on September 17. VILLAGEMOUNTAINRESORT Velvet Falls Dance Hall Music at 9pm unless noted. SEPTEMBER 3 The Mutineers SEPTEMBER 4 Jeff Crosby Band and Darci Carlson Band SEPTEMBER 17 45th Annual Fireman’s Ball Silent Auction | 8pm Jupiter Holiday | 9pm SEPTEMBER 23 Dave Nudo Band mountainvillage.com STANLEY
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COMPARES TO THE FEELING OF HAVING A VISION AND CHANGING YOUR STYLE. It’s motivating and often an education beyond your present thinking, opening a world of choices. This welcome feeling for September’s SVPN Style Dial is alive and well as the Valley’s top interior designers and decorators share their picks for this month’s Sun Valley chic and happening decor. It’s all available for your most imaginative and stylish dreams to come true. MARINA BROSCHOFSKY RED HOMEDOOR+DESIGN 406 North Main Street | Hailey 208.788.9075 | reddoordesignhouse.com 122 svpn-mag.com
“This mid-century-inspired chaise evokes elegance and comfort,” says Marina Broschofsky, owner of Red Door Home + Design. “The upholstery is a proprietary high-performance which lends a sense of practicality to this beautiful
500 Washington Avenue | Ketchum 208.928.6366 | lathaminteriors.com SARAH LATHAM LATHAM INTERIORS PETRIFIED STOOL “As nature intended, this natural petrified wood stool varies in light to dark tones,” says Sarah Latham of Latham Interiors. “Every piece is a unique and one-of-a-kind complement to any room setting.” Visit Latham Interiors’ online shop at lathaminteriors.com. 9 East Bullion Street | Hailey 208.721.1380 | redeuxdecor.com HEATHER MCGREGOR REDEUX INTERIORSDECOR EBONY DINING CHAIR “Well, it’s already time to start thinking about indoor dining again, and the Ebony Dining Chair will make the end of summer feel ok!” says Heather McGregor, owner of Redeux Decor Interiors. “The natural cane back and beautiful dark wood finish create a stunning silhouette. Plus, it’s very comfortable for those lingering dinners around the dining table!” Visit Redeux Decor Interiors at their Hailey brick-and-mortar shop. STYLE DIAL svpn-mag.com 123
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PALMER BED “The Palmer bed is the perfect juxtaposition of textures. The contrast of the wood, leather, and Belgian linen make for the perfect combination,” says Erika Blank, principal designer for The Picket Fence Interior Design. “Who doesn’t love the idea of a four-poster bed? We fell in love with this stylish update. Tapered posts and subtle curves lend a modern look and keep the silhouette from feeling too bulky.” Available in several finishes and fabrics. 351 North Leadville Avenue | Ketchum 208.806.2900 | thepicketfence.com ERIKA BLANK THE PICKET FENCE INTERIOR DESIGN 300 North Main Street #202 | Ketchum 208.726.1561 | jenniferhoey.com JENNIFER HOEY SMITH JENNIFER HOEY INTERIOR DESIGN
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“With summer still in full swing, there is nothing better than to enjoy the long sunny days outside,” says Jennifer Hoey Smith of Jennifer Hoey Interior Design. “This sun lounge daybed provides a weather-resistant, roomy perch for outdoor enjoyment beautiful
STYLE DIAL 117D Main Street | Bellevue 208.309.0789 | allisonpaige.marketallisonpaige.design ALLISON PAIGE ALLISON INTERIORPAIGEDESIGN AFGHANISTAN RUG “For years, we have swooned over these area rugs,” says Allison Connolly, owner of Allison Paige Interior Design. “They are handmade in Afghanistan and are a great fit for a mountain home. They blend seamlessly with aesthetics, modern and rustic alike. With 100% wool hand-knotted construction, they will be family heirlooms.” Call Allison Paige Interior Design for details. TIMES ARMCHAIR BY POLTRONA FRAU “Soft and welcoming, every aspect of this chair has been designed to maximize comfort,” says Steve Schafer, head of design for Arcasa Architectural Resources. 110 Lindsay Circle | Ketchum 208.928.6379 | arsunvalley.com STEVE SCHAFER RESOURCESARCHITECTURALARCASA 126 svpn-mag.com
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Latham Interiors brings intentional design to Sun Valley and beyond
By Martha Williams
Those are the words that Sarah Latham uses to describe the aesthetic of her firm, Latham Interiors (LI). This style comes through in their designs, from sleek, progressive finishes with natural elements to refined and detailed vintage pieces that reflect the Sincehomeowner.2015,LIhas been working with clients in the Sun Valley area, Pacific Northwest, and East Coast to imagine unique and personalized spaces.
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Growing up around Lake Tahoe made moving to a mountain community a homecoming. And Latham loves this community. “It never ceases to amaze me, the love and support that comes from people I have known for years or who are visiting for the first time,” she says.
Latham started her design career in 2002 at Fisher Weisman Design in San Francisco, a firm she still considers her industry mentor. But she was designing spaces long before those days.
“Thoughtful, natural, elegant, and quality.”
Latham then moved to Lake Tahoe and worked with Bentley Interior Design. In Tahoe, she’d meet her future husband Zach, a Hailey native who would bring her to the Wood River Valley.
“I’ve always had an underlying passion for designing,” she says. “From an early age, I was playing with paint colors and organizing rooms, much to my mother’s dismay.”
Sarah Latham has been designing homes in the Wood River Valley since 2006, and launched Latham Interiors in 2015. Latham Interiors works closely with clients to create spaces that will be fully and beautifully lived in.
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From spatial planning in drawings and renderings to finish materials, plumbing and appliance specifications, lighting, window shading, and furniture through to final installation and styling, the LI team handles every aspect of the design.
LI projects range from new construction to remodels, residential to commercial, and focus on the quality of the work instead of the scale. Designing an entire home allows Latham and her team to “get a complete vision across,” but their vision also shines through in small spaces such as yachts and sheep wagons.
Each project begins with getting to know the client, not only understanding the scope of work but also how the family lives. “How they will function within a well-thoughtthrough space is choreographed with their needs in mind,” says “EveryLatham.project is a new challenge, and we live for it,” Latham continues. “No one lives or works exactly the same way, so getting to know our clients, their needs and interests, and providing design options that best meet those areas is always a pleasure.”
In Ketchum, Latham began working with RLB Architecture, running their interior design division for ten years before branching out on her own. She established White Canvas Designs in 2007, then Latham Interiors in 2015. The business has been buzzing ever since. The firm has won Best of the Valley every year since its inception. The team at LI continuously expands, employing a diversified staff including designers, purchasing, marketing, and bookkeeping.
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“We take the pressure and questions out of the process to fulfill the entire vision,” explains Latham.
Whether imagining a new space or embarking on a renovation, LI sees any project as a clean slate from its early stages. New construction allows for specific opportunities in the design, says Latham, but remodels host their own unique challenges that turn into amazing details in the final design.
“Everyone face to face is willing to lend a helping hand,” shares Latham. “Professionally, we see tremendous growth in our area, and providing our design services has helped many home and business owners feel proud of their place within our community.”
The future looks bright for LI, a team that takes pride in sharing its love of design with clients and expanding expectations of what design is. 500 Washington Ave | Ketchum lathaminteriors.com208.928.6366 “We take the pressure and questions out of the process to fulfill the entire vision.” —Sarah Latham
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It’s all in the process, she says. Designing doesn’t just involve understanding furniture but also spaces, construction, electrical needs, and materials. How long will materials last in any particular application? What’s their general cost? What will be available when it’s time for the contractor to install? How to get things to our little valley? And the fun part, how to pull any space together aesthetically?
And Latham’s village keeps growing. Like most businesses in the valley, winter and summer are LI’s busiest seasons, but fall and spring are increasingly busy as the community’s living dynamics have shifted. And during COVID, this industry that relies on touch, feel, texture, and conversations shifted just as others did.
LI also launched an online store in 2015, where shoppers drawn to LI’s aesthetic can peruse collections curated by their team for living, bedroom, office, outdoor spaces, and “Wemore.haveso many requests to be involved on client projects,” says Latham, “that we found having the online store was another way for our admirers to shop items we love even though we may not have time to be involved immediately on their design project.”
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“That each day is never the same,” says Latham. “We are constantly moving and involved in many aspects of the design-build process. One minute we are working with a plumber, and the next, we are working with a custom furniture maker in Denmark.”
“Being with people face to face has changed tremendously,” says Latham. “We visited more often with clients, vendors, and industry partners.” Yet, her team has mastered having long-distance relationships and working in intimate spaces in an industry grounded in sensory details.
The collections, as well as full LI designs, are inspired by current designs and experiences. Curves, color, and texture are some of the inspirations the Latham team is building from these days.
The LI team also absorbs inspiration from near and far. They travel to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and even recently to Paris to scour flea markets, attend design shows, and study historical buildings. Even the local Sun Valley wildflower season brings its own inspirations. And looking ahead? LI is currently working on building and designing its new office space. For now, you’ll find them in the Kneebone Building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Fifth Street in Ketchum. Come spring 2023, Latham and her team look forward to sharing their expanded studio.
“When you take each aspect of a space and start to analyze how the decisions were made on defining those materials and items, it takes a village,” says Latham.
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Renowned Plein air painter Robert Moore is an inspiration and mentor to many accomplished painters. His technique involves applying many oil hues onto his canvas and then working with a palette knife with both hands until his composition emerges from the apparent chaos of texture and color. The process is more extraordinary given that Moore suffers from partial color blindness. Following in their father’s footsteps, two of Moore’s sons and two of his daughters have become talented artists in their own right. The work of Anna, Rachel, Robbie, and Caleb Moore will be exhibited alongside Robert’s in this first-ever show as a family. 271 1st Avenue North | Ketchum kneelandgallery.com208.726.5512 SEPTEMBER | 2022 NOW SHOWING Kneeland Gallery Family Ties: The Moore Family Featuring Robert, Robbie, Anna, Rachel, and Caleb Moore Through October 12 Opening Reception on Friday, September 2, 5-7:30pm Evening in the Valley by Robbie Moore Oil on16”canvasx20” Softly by Anna Moore Oil on20”canvasx20“ Cowhand by Caleb Moore Bronze sculpture The Gorge by Rachel Moore Oil on canvas 48” x 24” 134 svpn-mag.com
An Unfortunate Event Near the Ivory Tower by Alexander Rohrig Oil on canvas 62” x 78” Grain Silos (1/5) by Laura McPhee Archival pigment print 48” x 60.75”
The artist’s large-format film photographs vividly frame the natural landscape and often elucidate human intervention within these scenes. Laura McPhee captures the collective footprint of our culture and the various traces we leave behind, brilliantly illustrating our complex and contested relationship to the earth. This current body of work examines the topography of the Great Basin, exploring how time, both geologic and human, is inscribed into the landscape. McPhee’s work is found in over 30 museum collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, J. Paul Getty Center Museum, SF Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Fine Art Houston, LA County Museum of Fine Arts, Saint Louis Museum, and the Guggenheim Museum. 400 1st Avenue North | Ketchum gailseverngallery.com208.726.5079
Alexander Rohrig’s new oil painting series draws upon a wealth of spiritual, intellectual, and natural sources of inspiration. Not just capturing a romanticized version of pastoral life, these complex compositions illustrate farm life from the artist’s perspective, which is chaotic, violent, noisy, and full of hard work. Incorporating subtle references to art historical and biblical allegory, these paintings explore human interaction with the natural world and our place in it. “All my work draws you into the story I am telling. There’s visceral energy displayed in the hard work between animals and people. It transcends the commonplace and transports you to the power that holds the universe together,” says the artist.
September 2022 Exhibitions
Alexander Rohrig Beyond the Picket Fence
Deer by Judith Kindler Acrylic
Jennifer Markowitz Jennifer Markowitz is a textile artist presenting her work for the first time at Gail Severn Gallery. Certain works included in the show were previously featured in Reckoning and Resilience: North Carolina Art Now at the Nasher Museum at Duke University. Markowitz uses silk panels and personal garments as her canvas to create images and text pulled from memories, traumas, confusions, artifacts, and maps. Markowitz deconstructs, embroiders, and stiffens the fabrics, with each garment revealing its history. The artist explains, “I am now transfixed by encounters with absence and presence. Specifically, I’m gripped by the mysterious traces our bodies leave behind within garments and bed linens and how embroidery can reveal those private territories. Embroidery can expose memory in all its disarray. Each piece is stitched completely by hand. Sometimes the thread speaks. Sometimes, I make it scream.”
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The global pandemic made the earth stand still for us all. For Judith Kindler, this meant two years of being mostly bedridden and unable to create her art, which has always been an integral part of her life. By 2022, she could finally begin painting again with an entirely new perspective. Kindler set her mind on a brighter future emerging from a period of darkness and stillness. She brings forth a narrative of strength and optimism in this body of work through personal and universal symbolism. Respectively, these animals become icons of productivity, peace, and the gentleness of nature.
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Labeled a “neo-pop” and “post-pop” artist by such critics as Peter Frank, Miller does indeed draw from the pop-cultural imagery that saturated American consciousness during the 1950s and 1960s. It was a time during which advertising and text became indelibly encrypted into our experience of everyday life. Life as “advertised” and life as “lived” were insuperably intertwined on the pages of LIFE and LOOK magazines, on television shows, commercials, billboards, hotel signs, romance novels, and even on matchbook covers as never before. Miller’s paintings excavate this imagery and often appear as unreconstructed fragments of these signs, drips, patterns, and phrases. These form the layers of Miller’s pop cultural imagery, literally and figuratively.
“My paintings start with popular culture and the idea of Americana. From there, I build with paint and collage my own story of love, nature, and life. I want the viewer to look for the hidden messages and information I apply with a formalist application much like a realist painter.”
Drawing on the cultural and geographic influences of his California roots, Greg Miller explores images of the American urban and rural landscape of the mid-twentieth century. His mixed media paintings are nostalgic, rousing a shared cultural memory while commenting on contemporary perception.
Drinks with a Kick by Greg Miller Acrylic, collage, and resin on canvas 36” x 36”
Holiday by Greg Miller Acrylic, collage, and resin on 36”canvasx72”
Greg Miller’s work is featured in numerous museum and private collections, including the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation and Charles Saatchi Foundation. The Get Go, a volume of his writings, photography, and paintings, was published in 2010, and the first comprehensive monograph on the artist, Signs of the Nearly Actual, was published in 2009.
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“Finding a way to get in the dirt without getting in the way and not getting run over by a 1,500-pound wild horse is all part of the chase, the excitement, and what it takes to become a part of the image. To really feel and become a part of the energy and chaos and turn it into a split-second representation of that amazing dance between man and animal,”Wrubel explains.
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California-raised and Texas-based photographer Steve Wrubel turned his lens towards the power, leather, dirt, and sweat of the American Rodeo. Moved by stories from his family’s past in the Mojave Desert, Rodeo takes us to a place of light, motion, space, energy, and detail that begs us to question what it is to be alive. Using advanced graphic techniques and technology, Wrubel freezes the action so the viewer can examine crisp details of the sport that, in motion, are invisible to the naked eye. He then isolates his subjects from their typically distracting backgrounds. He invites the viewer to focus clearly on the finer and often unseen details of his issues, offering a deeper story of what is going on in the split second that his images were created.
Larsen by Steve Wrubel Archival pigment photograph Various sizes
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OCHI is pleased to present Monday Morning, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Los Angelesbased artist Adam Beris. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Drawing from an existentially observational sense of place and a playful approach to the material, Beris’ self-described ‘grass paintings’ evoke finite fields of visual language and familiar objects. In each work, the artist recreates patches of a neighborhood park riddled with ephemera left behind from parties, playdates, and picnics. Squeezing paint directly from the tube onto the canvas, Beris builds each bulbous blade of grass to render a three-dimensional assortment of hidden objects strategically placed and peering through the abstracted foliage. In searching for these Easter eggs, the audience recontextualizes discarded objects with little perceived value and resurrects them as signifiers of a present place and time— satirical evidence that the artist leaves the studio. Poker cards, action figures, plastic insects, and dice appear tucked away under paint, repetitively layered in a gesture towards unpredictability and chaos. Car keys, party decorations, and other symptoms of capitalistic excess are littered throughout, creating a synthesis of human interruptions to natural growth. Beris meticulously harmonizes both the raw materiality of paint and the object. Overly simplified baseball, flower, and cigarette icons blur the lines between consumption and creation, sign and signifier. Each object—trash, treasure, or stylized depiction—carries equal importance in Beris’ landscapes.
Balancing simplicity and hidden depths with patience, skill, and humor, each work in Monday Morning presents an immersive viewing experience that is both unusual and quotidian, engaging and meditative. With a borderline fetishistic appreciation of the physical qualities of paint, Beris pokes fun at formalized art-making traditions as he privileges the purity of the material.
Monday Morning by Adam Beris installation at OCHI gallery in Ketchum, Idaho.
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Range Rover by Rudi Broschofsky Spray paint on panel with resin 16” x 20” Train by Rudi Broschofsky Spray paint on panel with resin 36” x 48”
Bull Elk by Rudi Broschofsky Spray paint on panel with resin 50” x 40”
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This exhibit features an assortment of works by Broschofsky Gallery director and artist Rudi Broschofsky. Situated somewhere in between representation and abstraction sit the works of Broschofsky. Taking a “Street Art” approach to Western Art makes his process unique to both genres. His paintings are constructed entirely out of spray paint, accomplished through a calculated process of creating meticulous stencils with an X-Acto knife. A stencil may take over 120 hours to create and sometimes only be used once. From nearby, the subject matter is non-representational, but with space, the composition becomes unmistakable.
Also showing works by Bill Barrett, Emil Bisttram, Russell Chatham, Edward Curtis, Jim Dine, Joellyn Duesberry, Ewoud de Groot, William Matthews, Joan Mitchell, Ken Peloke, Billy Schenck, Theodore Villa, Andy Warhol, David Yarrow, Russell Young, and more. 360 East Avenue | Ketchum brogallery.com208.726.4950
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“NFTs are more than just certificates of ownership in some far away database,” Lantz says. “They represent the future of ownership in the coming decades. But, more importantly, they have broken down barriers in the artistic community that have existed for centuries. We hope you will join us in engaging with this new technology and digital medium.”
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NFT SV is an educational community event that will highlight the impact and importance of digital art as it relates to our modern world. Our goal is to bring together traditional collectors with artists of an entirely new medium so that both can learn and explore this fascinating frontier together,” says Friesen+Lantz owner Yanna Lantz, who is organizing the event alongside Rob Glass, Lucas Campbell, and James Waugh. NFT SV is being sponsored by a leading NFT art marketplace, SuperRare, and by Fire Eyes and TakingBankLess.the first step into the world of NFTs and blockchain technology can be daunting, so Friesen+Lantz will be breaking down some of the most frequently asked questions regarding this new technology in its panel discussion. Saturday, September 3, from 5-6pm, learn about web 3.0, digital artistry, what exactly an NFT is, and much more.
Friesen+Lantz announces its first Digital Art exhibition, NFT SV, a fiveday artistic event focused on bringing a new medium of artistic expression to the Valley, September 1-5. Join experts and newcomers in the exciting world of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and blockchain technology for the interactive exhibition, a panel discussion, and evening networking event.
Harvey Art Projects
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The Top End of Australia encompasses the indigenous regions of the Tiwi Islands and East and West Arnhem Land, a large parcel of Northern Australia that is Aboriginalowned and-managed land. This vast tract of nearly 100,000 square kilometers is the home of the Tiwi and the Yolgnu, the Indigenous custodians of the land and its stories. People began as much as 40,000 years ago with their distinct rich cultural and artistic traditions, and their beautiful artworks carry forward important kinship relationships and sacred stories of creation. This area of Australia feels like another world. Fresh and saltwater purposefully intertwine, and redocher rocks nestle amongst vast beaches rich with sea life and fringed by dense stringy-bark forest. It is an unimaginable paradise. Here, land and sea are connected in a single cycle of life for which the Yolngu and Tiwi hold the songs and designs. These spiritual forces govern the sacred designs behind the ongoing Creation and continuing identity of this unique region of Australia. As diverse as the geography, the art centers from this region produce work that shares similar materials and techniques, using only natural earth pigments or ocher to create bark painting, woven fiber work, and wood carving. North Main Street | Ketchum (by appointment) harveyartprojects.com208.309.8676
Burritj by Djambawa Marawili Natural earth pigments on bark 60” x 30”
Kulama by Timothy Cook Natural earth pigment on 48”linenx36”
The Top End Through October 15
—SOPHIE SAWYERS, EDUCATION DIRECTOR, SVMOA
Aurobora Revolving group exhibition featuring works by various artists Ongoing Aurobora is an invitational fine art studio that publishes unique works by artists of regional, national, and international reputations and exhibits regularly changing shows of works created by artists during residencies. Aurobora Select exhibits current works by Fraser Taylor, Wesley Kimler, John Zurier, Liat Yossifor, Jennifer Reeves, Pat Lipsky, Richmond Burton, LoopmasterM, Steve Roden, and others. 340 Walnut Avenue | Ketchum aurobora.com415.546.7880 Clockwise from top left: David Rhodes, Pia Fries, and LoopmasterM 148 svpn-mag.com
FINE ART | NOW SHOWING Now showing Contemporary European Masters. Featuring artists who break the traditional mold and have disruptive elements questioning the way we see and perceive things. Also showing works by Picasso muse Françoise Gilot. The Galleria Building 351 Leadville Avenue North | Ketchum boloix.com208.726.8810 Nudes in a Hamam by Françoise Gilot Oil on canvas1957 Frederic Boloix Fine Arts Ongoing svpn-mag.com 149
Right: Carolina Caycedo, The Salute of the Fish, 2022, artisanal hand-dyed cast net, embroidered patches, aluminum wire, hemp cord, thread, steel, acrylic paint, lead weights, courtesy the artist and Instituto de Visión
In July 2021, Caycedo traveled through Idaho, visiting dams, speaking with members of the Shoshone-Bannock and Nez Perce Tribes, researching their traditional fishing practices, and interviewing biologists and others, all in preparation for the creation of an installation featuring a new film, Reciprocal Sacrifice, and sculpture, Salute of the Fish.
Dams: Reservoirs, Reclamation, Renewal Through November 12
Below: Eirik Johnson, Below the Glines Canyon Dam on the Upper Elwha River, Washington, 2008, and Glines Canyon, Upper Elwha River, Washington, 2018, archival pigment prints, courtesy the artist and G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle Sun Valley Museum of Art
Eirik Johnson Photographer Eirik Johnson has often explored the places where human activity and wilderness intersect, including the Elwha River in Washington, where the Glines Canyon Dam and Elwha Dam have both been removed. The exhibition includes a photograph of the Elwha Dam and a diptych Johnson made at the site of the Glines Canyon Dam before and after removal. For this exhibition, Johnson has made a commissioned series of photographs “along the banks of the roiling wild Elwha,” exploring the transformation the river and landscape have undergone in the eight years since dam removal.
Carolina Caycedo Since 2013, Carolina Caycedo has pursued Be Dammed, an exploration in multiple media of the impact of dams on Indigenous and traditional peoples in the Americas.
A BIG IDEA project of Sun Valley Museum of Art Coinciding with renewed dialogue about the possibility of breaching dams throughout the Columbia River Basin, this BIG IDEA project offers a conversation about the impact of dams on Idaho and the American West. Dams have shaped Idaho’s landscapes, ecosystems, and economies for more than a century.
At this historic moment, the project considers the history of damming in the Pacific Northwest, the effects of dams on the region, and a reimagined future for rivers and the life dependent on them in the American West. The exhibit features work from four artists.
James Prosek Artist, writer, and naturalist James Prosek is interested in intersections and interdependence within ecosystems. He often investigates the effects of boundaries, both real (dams) and imaginary (map lines), on wildlife migration and relationships between species.
Following a site visit last summer, Prosek has made a large-scale mural, watercolor paintings, and sculptures to help visitors better understand the effects of dams on Idaho’s salmon and other fauna and flora.
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In collaboration with Advocates for the West, painter Rachel Teannalach recently pursued a painted study of the Salmon, Snake, and Columbia Rivers, from the Salmon’s headwaters to the Columbia’s mouth. For this exhibition, she has made four paintings of the dams along the lower Snake that were recently proposed for breaching, juxtaposing their monumentality with the waterways they intersect.
James Prosek, Lower Falls, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, 2021, graphite, watercolor and gouache on paper, courtesy the artist and Waqas Wajahat, New JamesYorkProsek, Indian Paintbrush, 2021, graphite, watercolor and gouache on paper, courtesy the artist and Waqas Wajahat, New York
LIVELIMELIGHTMUSIC THROUGHTHURSDAYSMONDAYS Limelight6-9pm Hotel Ketchum 151 Main Street | Ketchum limelighthotels.com/ketchum208.726.0888 ARTS E TC SEPTEMBER | 2022 SEPTEMBERSPECIALEVENTS SEPTEMBER 1-5 NFT SV x Sonic Summit NFT Exhibition Digital art and music from emerging and established artists at Friesen+Lantz. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 After party and concert Whiskey’s8-11pm Rooftop Lounge 251 North Main Street | Ketchum Omniscience by Whiskeyblck Digital artwork (nft) sold with 8”x 8” print FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Gallery Walk Locals and visitors take in Ketchum.attendanceoftenmingleinstalledexhibitionsthought-provokingofnewlyart,enjoywine,withfriends,andmeettheartistsinthroughout svgalleries.orgKetchum5-7:30pm SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 What Is an NFT Panel Discussion 3205-6pmFirst Avenue | Ketchum Web3 concert Whiskey’s7-11pm Rooftop Lounge 251 North Main Street | Ketchum friesenlantz.com 152 svpn-mag.com
SUN RESORTVALLEY sunvalley.com FINE ARTS | ARTS ETC SEPTEMBER 23-25 Mountain Humane 50th Anniversary Celebration: Treat, Play, Love FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Jeff Crosby concert Mountain Humane | Hailey SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 Pet parades and costume contests Roberta McKercher Park in Hailey & Ketchum Town Square SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 Pack Hikes mountainhumane.org SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 The Marshall Tucker Band with Jeremy McComb The concert will benefit Stella’s Shelter Fund & The Senior Connection. Doors Jeremy5:30pmMcComb 6:45pm The Marshall Tucker Band 8:30pm Sun Valley Pavilion SEPTEMBER 2-4 65th Annual Wagon Days Main Street | wagondays.netKetchum SEPTEMBER 16 & 17 10th annual Oktoberfest!Ketchum Festival Meadows | Sun ketchumoktoberfest.comValley SEPTEMBER 22-OCTOBER 6 The Liberty Theatre Company presents The Last Five Years The7pmArgyros Performing Arts Center | libertytheatrecompany.orgKetchum svpn-mag.com 153
Founded in 2016 by classical pianist Hunter Noack, IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild™ is an outdoor concert series where America’s most stunning landscapes replace the traditional concert hall. A nine-foot Steinway grand piano travels on a flatbed trailer to National Parks, urban greenspaces, working ranches, farms, and historical sites for classical music concerts that connect people with each landscape. To meet the acoustical challenges of performing in the wild, sound is transmitted to concertgoers via wireless headphones. No longer confined to seats, audiences are free to explore the landscape in this approachable classical music experience. The use of custom IN A LANDSCAPE headphones is included in your ticket price. Pick up your reserved set at the check-in entrance in the parking lot at Lions Park to enjoy this unique audio experience. No chairs will be provided. We recommend bringing low-back chairs, a blanket, and a picnic!
Special Event/Performing Arts/Concert: IN A LANDSCAPE Classical Music in the Wild™
Simons/Bauer4:30pm Preserve Hailey
SUN MUSEUMVALLEYOF ART 191 5th Street E | Ketchum svmoa.org208.726.9491 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 ExhibitionEvening Tours 4:30pmFREE,pre-registration recommended (space is limited) The Museum | Ketchum FINE ARTS | ARTS ETC THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 The Atlas of Drowned Towns with Bob Reinhardt Professor of history at Boise State University, Bob Reinhardt has created The Atlas of Drowned Towns, a public history project that explores the histories of the dozens of communities in the American West inundated by dam construction in the 20th century. TheFREE5:30pmMuseum | Ketchum SEPTEMBER 10 & 11
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
Meet at Sun Peak and drive to Sunbeam Dam and the Yankee Fork of the Snake River. Participants will carpool over Galena Summit into the Sawtooth Valley and Salmon River Canyon. In addition to learning about the regional geology, mineral deposits, glacial features, and the Cape Horn earthquake, the group will visit the sabotaged Sunbeam Dam and the Yankee Fork of the Snake. Bring lunch, sturdy shoes, a jacket, and a sun hat. Paul Link, recently retired, began teaching geology at Idaho State University in 1980. He and graduate students worked extensively in the Sun Valley area as part of a USGS project from 1985 to 1993. Paul is a co-author of the 2012 Idaho Geologic Map and 2021 Roadside Geology of Idaho 9am–6pm
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
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FILM: Manhattan Shorts
SunFREE6pmValley Opera House
ADULT CLASS: Geology Outing – Field Trip to the Headwaters of the Salmon River and the Sunbeam Dam with Paul Link
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
For the fifth year, Sun Valley Museum of Art presents the Manhattan SHORT Film Festival—the only film festival of its kind. Every year, this Festival curates a wide variety of films from around the world and the jury is YOU, the audience! Voting cards will be given to each attendee and every year the Wood River Valley audience’s pick has turned out to be the winner. These films always present a wide variety of views and moods, and we predict that this year will be no different.
4:30 & 7pm Magic Lantern Cinemas Ketchum
In looking at the four Lower Snake River dams, their financial and environmental impacts, and their sustainability, many voices are coming together to advocate for removing these dams. SVMoA has invited panelists to speak to the issue from various perspectives: guest artist Carolina Caycedo; Nic Nelson, Executive Director of Idaho Rivers United; Craig Quarterman, U.S. Congressman Mike Simpson’s Director of Agriculture and Natural Resources; and a representative from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.
The Future of Rivers and Dams in Idaho
The Line Becomes a River FranciscowithCantú
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Hemingway Writer-In-Resident Francisco Cantú joins us to discuss his book, The Line Becomes A River: Dispatches From the Border, which was named a Top 10 Book of 2018 by NPR and The Washington Post, was the winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in Current Interest, and a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Nonfiction Award. Several local guests will join Cantú for a panel discussion.
Annual Ernest Hemingway Seminar
Hemingway Writer-In-Residence John Maclean will share and discuss a new piece he’s writing for a book of essays celebrating the centennial of Ernest Hemingway’s short story, “Big Two-Hearted River.” Maclean’s personal essay traces the importance of the Hemingway short story in the lives and writing of John and his late father, Norman Maclean, but it also surveys the publishing and critical history of the story. Join us as John shares this new essay and invites your questions and feedback on this soon-to-be-published piece. Pre-registration required.
The Boy, the War, and the Big Two-Hearted River with John Maclean
This year’s seminar will focus on Hemingway’s posthumously-published novel, Islands in the Stream, and on Hemingway’s time in and connection with the Gulf Stream. Pre-registration required.
Rewired: A Wellness Speaking Event with Erica Spiegelman Erica Spiegelman, author and addiction and wellness specialist, will provide an overview of the four cornerstones of self-care: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual, and will explore how they are intricately connected to recovery from addiction. Centered around the principles of Rewired, Erica’s bestselling book on addiction and recovery, this event provides attendees with a rich opportunity to connect with Erica, learn adaptive coping habits, identify triggers and challenges, and discover new pathways for personal growth. In partnership with Men’s Second Chance Living.
6pm SEPTEMBER 27
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MOMIX Celebrating their 40th anniversary, MOMIX has been transporting audiences from their everyday lives to a fantasy world through its trademark use of magical lighting and imagery, thrilling fans in over 22 countries, and has been featured on stage, screen, and television. Known for presenting works of astounding inventiveness and physical beauty, MOMIX is a company of unbelievable dancer-illusionists.
7:30pm SEPTEMBER 8 & 9
An intimate evening of performances from Mary Anne Huntsman (Steinway pianist), Kasey Tyndall, and The Marshall Tucker Band. Hosted food provided by Rasberrys and hosted beer/wine throughout the evening. All proceeds benefit The Senior Connection Vision & Hearing Center. Tickets are limited to only 170 total tickets for sale. Presented by David A. Pyle, RJK Entertainment, LLC, Zions Bank, and The Argyros.
The Senior Connection Vision & Hearing Fundraiser with Mary Anne Huntsman, Kasey Tyndall, and The Marshall Tucker Band
For more information or to donate directly, visit Rasberrys/MaryDoors:seniorconnectionidaho.org.5:30pmAnneHuntsman: 6-6:45pm Kasey Tyndall: 7:15-8:15pm The Marshall Tucker Band: 8:45-9:45pm
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A special screening of Newsom’s new critically acclaimed film, Fair Play, will also premiere at the conference.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
The Peggy Lee Century Tony nominee Ann Hampton Callaway, one of the leading pop/jazz singers of our time, has created an exciting night of songs and stories in celebration of her inspiration and one of America’s most beloved artists, Peggy Lee.
7:30pm FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
SEPTEMBER 10 & 11
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The Alturas Institute presents the 8th annual Conversations with Exceptional Women: On the Shoulders of Giants
Tom Russell Tom Russell’s music incorporates elements of folk, traditional country, and western, border, and cowboy music of the American West. 7:30pm THE CENTERPERFORMINGARGYROSARTS 120 Main Street South | Ketchum theargyros.org208.726.7872
The Small Glories Roots powerhouse duo The Small Glories are Cara Luft & JD Edwards, a musical tour-de-force partnership planted on the Canadian Prairies. 7:30pm FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
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7:30pm WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Under the Jello Mold Under the Jello Mold is Jennie Fahn’s solo award-winning comedy – about love, loss, and being of sound mind and body –and is a hilarious and moving story about the end of her mother’s life.
Ethel Established in New York City in 1998, ETHEL quickly earned a reputation as one of America’s most adventurous string quartets. ETHEL is Ralph Farris (viola), Kip Jones (violin), Dorothy Lawson (cello), and Corin Lee (violin). 7:30pm
Realtors for Air – Supporting Improved Air Service for the Community Photo: Carol Waller FLY SUN Nonstop to DEN • LAX • ORD • SEA • SFO • SLC ONE STOP TO THE WORLD FLY SUN 100% of the Sun Valley Board of Realtors 350+ member businesses are supporting air service through the innovative SVBR Realtors for Air program. SEA: Nonstop ﬂights 4x week May 18-June 12, daily June 16-Sept 6, 2x week Sept 8-mid Dec SLC: Nonstop ﬂights 3x daily year-round DEN: Nonstop ﬂights daily June 3-December SFO: Nonstop ﬂights 2x week June 4-22; daily June 24-Sept 5, 2x week Sept 7-25* LAX: Nonstop ﬂights 2x week June 8-22, daily June 24-Sept 5, 2x week Sept 7-25* ORD: Nonstop ﬂights Sat/Sun June 25-Sept 5* *EXTENDED FOR SUMMER/FALL! FLIGHT SCHEDULES AND INFORMATION AT www.ﬂysunvalleyalliance.com “As owners of a real estate company and members of the community for more than 40 years, we know the challenges of air travel in and out of the Wood River Valley. We are grateful that Fly Sun Valley Alliance has worked hard to provide reliable nonstop service to and from an increasing number of destinations. We appreciate their continued e orts to improve air travel for all of us who enjoy this incredible place. Members of the Sun Valley Board of Realtors know that air service is vitally important in connecting our community to other communities around the world, and we are very proud to support air service through the Realtors for Air program.” — Grady and Heather Burnett Burnett Properties – Sun Valley LUXE Homes Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho SUMMER/FALL – NONSTOP TO 6 CITIES!air service news
THE GLOW Center’s Approach to At GLOW, a plant-based, organic cafe in Ketchum, you can find seasonal foods for your life force 164 svpn-mag.com
If GLOW has a representing season, it’s late summer. Our perfect blue skies and creased brown mountains are kissed with the most beautiful sunlight in the world—the Sun Valley sun. A brilliance that struck me with awe the moment I stepped foot in this town. In the ancient systems of health, such as Chinese medicine and Ayurveda, we reflect the natural world we live in. So naturally, harmony with the seasons increases health and well-being. Therefore, “Late Summer” is a separate season
in traditional Chinese medicine. Late Summer is a transition time between the expansive growth of spring and summer (yang energy) and the more inward energy of fall and winter (yin energy). It is a pause in our seasons. In Chinese medicine, the stomach and digestive system are at the center of health, regulating and harmonizing the effects of seasonal extremes. Food that is hydrating, mineralizing, bursting with the energy of our late summer sun, clean air, and earthly vibration will feed the soul in preparation for the winter—a time of inward reflection, drawing inwards, and centering. Late summer is an ideal time to assess the lessons from the year and reorganize the intentions going forward. It can be a time of great creativity. To support this beautiful transition time, we can eat foods representing our area’s fall harvest. Foods replete with the earthly vibration of Idaho, fresh foods with the local sunlight, mineralizing water and soil, and clean mountain air. Below are recipes that will leave you full of energy, glowing from the inside out, and full of life force and health to spread to the world. We love late summer, and with these recipes, you will too. And you’ll glow from the inside out! such as Ayurveda,medicineChineseandwereflectthenaturalworldwelivein.
One of our summer favorites on our menu is a large bowl with a base of fresh local greens and topped with: warm rice, fresh garden cilantro and parsley, lime vinaigrette, black beans, guacamole, salsa with fresh local tomatoes, parsley, and onions, a dollop of macadamia “sour cream,” and a handful of walnuts. This amazing bowl satisfies protein and fat needs, fiber, vitamins, and minerals and leaves you feeling beautifully satisfied.
GLOW FRESH ROLL One of our top sellers, this roll-in rice paper wrap is incredibly delicious, filling, with the perfect texture, and incredibly satisfying due to the almond butter sauce. Moisten two rice paper wrappers. Layer with the almond butter dipping sauce, local greens, shredded carrots and cabbage, and avocado. Roll expertly, enjoy.
Dr. Molly Brown, Ph.D., D.N.M., owns CENTER health & performance and GLOW, her plant-based organic café, in Ketchum, Idaho. Specializing in sleep, endocrine issues, autoimmune, anxiety, depression, detoxification, and pain and sports injury through many different modalities, including QNRT, PEMF, AMIT method, Neurotherapy, and REAMS metabolic testing, Molly passionately holds space for limitless healing. glowlivefood.com | centerhealthsv.com
LOCAL’S GLOW BOWL
STRAWBERRY LEMONADE Try this for an afternoon refresher, mineralizing, full of sunshine, and incredibly delicious: 4 cups water 4 cups strawberries 3 cups lemon juice 20 basil leaves 1 cup maple syrup
WELLNESS | CENTER
By Anita Dromey, M.S., CCC-SLP, St. Luke’s Wood River
She is graceful and soft-spoken. She is in recovery from a recent stroke, my first patient of the day. Her husband is with her. I introduce myself and say, “I’m here to help you recover from any language loss.” She agrees to have an assessment, and we begin. I present the first item, and she hesitates… Her husband says, “Honey, you know this! Remember!” She seems to be thinking, and I remind him that this moment is all about her; later, we can talk about ways he can help. He nods to me. He understands. When she is ready, I continue with the next item. In the space of allowing her to respond, her husband says, “Honey, remember, last year, 2021.” “Yes,” she says, trying to remember. I catch his eye, “Please let her do her thoughtful interactions for all own work,” I say. He excuses himself to get some iced tea and leaves us to finish the session. In that quiet moment, she says, “It’s hard for him, but right now ...” as her words trail off, I sense her trying to say she is doing her best. We complete the assessment, make a plan for some rehab, and say goodbye. Outside her room, her husband is waiting.
“I’m so worried,” he says. “What’s the outcome of this?” We talk about ways he can bridge the current speech gap and help take pressure off the situation. Communication is complicated. It’s amazing that most of the time, it successfully happens, and it’s easy to see how a neural event can cause holdups in the system. Here are some ways to help when that occurs:
QUESTIONS: Sometimes, a person’s best speech effort is yes or no: “Do you want the window open?” This is easier than, “How can I make you more comfortable?” ALPHABET BOARD: Draw the alphabet letters on a piece of paper, five across and five down (six on the last row). Keep it simple. Then you may ask, “What do you want for breakfast?” They point to the letter E. “Eggs?” They nod “yes.” Success! LONG-TERM MEMORY: Bridge to your person by asking them about growing up. They may access these experiences more easily, while things that happened recently often feel confusing.
CONVERSATIONAL FRAMES: Draw your person’s attention to prepare them for your message, like: “I want to ask you a question” (ask your question), “I have a story to tell you” (tell your story). Other phrases could be, “Let me tell you a joke I heard,” or “I want to share something with you.”
CHOICE OF TWO: Try phrasing your question with limited options: “Would you like water or juice?” This is easier to process than, “What would you like to drink?” CLOSED-ENDED
EXPECT YOUR PERSON TO FORGET: The current situation feels confusing. They don’t remember that they asked you the same thing several times, so act like it’s the first time you told them. It’s OK. You could try writing something on a note, but this strategy has its own challenges.
Anita Dromey, M.S., CCC-SLP, works with inpatients and outpatients at St. Luke’s Wood River. For more information or to make an appointment, call 208.727.8253. “One idea per sentence should help to keep your message clear.”
2. Don’t laugh about something your person says within earshot of them. What they say may sound cute, but they try their best to sound “normal” and dignified.
1. Do choose to believe that your person is trying their best, no matter what the performance. Although this may not always be accurate, it takes our judgment (something like, “They’re just not trying!”) out of our attitude and helps us to bridge with them.
1. Don’t say these phrases: “We already talked about that. Don’t you remember? Did you forget? I already told you. Try to remember.” Usually, they are intended as a helpful memory jog. However, these phrases can sometimes sound critical and are best avoided.
WELLNESS | ST. LUKE’S WAIT: Give the person ten seconds (silently) and actually count it. Don’t restate your sentence before the ten seconds because that restarts the message processing journey. After ten seconds, restate your message. They may have forgotten what you said.
3. Don’t talk about them in front of them without including them. Your person may be having trouble speaking, but they may still have a good awareness of the present.
TWO MORE DOS:
2. Do just be with your person. Words are an accessory. The friendship, shared experiences, and feelings that connect us live in our eyes and heart. They can be felt and understood with a gaze or a quiet presence. We can allow each other space to adjust to change gradually, resting when needed. Your person is with you, and sometimes that is enough.
SIMPLIFY: Processing spoken language can be tricky, so break a long sentence into parts and add a pause or two. One idea per sentence should help to keep your message clear. YOUR QUESTION: People tend to say less after a neurological impairment, so they get asked many questions that can be tiring. Try a question in disguise. Four effective phrases are “I wonder…,” “Maybe…,” “I’m curious…,” or “Tell me….” In practice, these phrases sound like, “I wonder how you are feeling?” or “Maybe you would like a sandwich?” and another, “I’m curious about how your day went, tell me about it….”
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This is an amazing 1920's frontier-style cabin with all the 2022 modern conveniences you would want. Just 15 minutes from the lifts and only minutes from natural hot springs. This sunny Warm Springs property is stunning! The bark siding and cedar shake roof make a great first impression. As you walk through the log truss entry, you are immediately drawn to the stunning 24’ x 24’ sunroom. The great room has a hand-stacked river rock fireplace and vaulted ceilings with southfacing windows. The incredible kitchen features a 7-foot island, a red Elmira stove, and an oak ice box. The main floor master has a walk-in closet and ensuite bath with a clawfoot tub. There is state-of-the-art radiant floor heat throughout, active and passive solar, and fire suppression systems. Other features include Alabama Heart Pine flooring, a heated garage, a two-sided deck, and lots of storage.
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This modular home is in ''Like New'' condition. The owners furnished it, but decided never to move in. It sits on a 1-acre parcel, the adjacent lot has a pond for to enjoy without having to maintain it. Propane heat, AC, double car garage, in a quiet little area. Easy drive to the valley.
Offered at $495,000 Most affordable unit in Blaine County! Very well maintained, South facing 1/1, with some of the lowest HOA's in the valley. Light and bright living upstairs bedroom and loft deck for summer kitchen, and close to the stop and Gravity. The rock fireplace and a $325,000
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SEARCH ALL SUN VALLEY REAL ESTATE AT WWW.SVMPROPERTIES.COM An opportunity to own your own business and fish every day! Turn key Lodge with restaurant, bar, store, and living quarters. 5 room motel, 8 unit RV park with power and water to each hookup, multiple outbuildings, shops, and garages. Pond and stream, open space, sun room, a quiet place to live and have a little business, easy drive to the Valley. Offered at $975,000 WESTSHORE LODGE © 2022 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. All Rights Reserved. JIM KUEHN (208) WWW.SVMPROPERTIES.COMJIM@SVMPROPERTIES.COM720-1212 It’s all about location, location, location! This 2 bed 2 bath home is just a quick walk to the Big Wood River, Atkinson’s Park, YMCA, Grumpy’s, bus route, and downtown Ketchum. It also features a 2 bed 1 bath apartment, radiant floor heating, passive solar gain, Offered at $2,400,000 PERFECTLY LOCATED KETCHUM HOME svpn-mag.com 171
(208) WWW.DSIEVERS.CBDISTINCTIVE.COMDEBORAH.SIEVERS@COLDWELLBANKER.COM720-0782 CONTRACT!UNDER Beautiful Mountain Modern home in great neighborhood. This home invites you to enjoy each of its living areas. 4,824 SQ FT Offered at $4,995,000 131 IRENE STREET, KETCHUM (208) WWW.RDIORIO.CBDISTINCTIVE.COMRICKINSUNVALLEY@GMAIL.COM720-2899 RICK DIORIO © 2022 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. All Rights Reserved. Furnished, turnkey, golf course condo. Unique location in the complex, very quiet, no parking lot impact. Totally new kitchen in 2019. Wonderful views and light. A must-see! 2 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - 1,192 SQ FT Offered at $889,900 2636 RIDGE CONDO LANE, SUN VALLEY DEBORAH SIEVERS © 2022 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. All Rights Reserved.
5 EAGLE CREEK ROAD, BLAINE COUNTY 110 VILLAGE WAY #2042, SUN VALLEY Most Affordable Unit in Sun Valley! Conveniently located in the heart of Elkhorn Village, this 510 SQ FT, 1 bed loft condo offers a gas fireplace, underground parking, a storage locker, shared laundry facility. Offered at $342,000 | Listed by Mia Cherp 15 PURPLE SAGE LANE, BELLEVUE Packed with scenic views, this 36.4 acre parcel of land is located at the end of the cul-de-sac, off a private, secluded road and is permitted to be used for equestrian activities. The spacious property has deeded water rights, and no CC&R's. Offered at $575,000 | Listed by Janine Bear 1511 SNOW CREEK CONDO, SUN VALLEY Turn-key furnished ski-in/out condo at the base of Dollar Mountain and Carol's Dollar Lodge with designer details! Bald Mountain views from the front walkway! 2 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - 1,073 SQ FT Offered at $865,000 | Listed by Josh Fields 508 S 5TH STREET, BELLEVUE Delightfully bright custom home with open floor plan. Thoughtfully designed to capture all the outdoor serenity featuring private fenced yard, huge deck, raised beds, beautiful mature landscape, shed & fountain in up-&-coming Bellevue.Offered at $620,000 | Listed by Jeannie Kiel 3027 WARM SPRINGS ROAD 1, KETCHUM Interior highlights include beautiful wood paneling, fireplace, updated kitchen, bathrooms, paint, and flooring. 2 Bedrooms - 2.5 Bathrooms - 1,425 SQ FT Offered at $995,000 | Listed by Jeannie Kiel 208.622.3400 • 100 S Leadville Avenue • Ketchum, ID 83340 www.coldwellbankersunvalley.com SOLD PENDINGPRICEREDUCEDPENDING svpn-mag.com 173
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Aspen Grove 3 Bed | 3.5 Bath | Plus Bonus Room with Loft | 3,923sf | .23 acre lot | $5,500,000 Nestled in the trees, steps from the river, close to the bike path, and less than a 5-minute drive into downtown Ketchum. This home was completely rebuilt in 2017/18 and the extremely high build quality and abundant outdoor living space is something that must be toured to be appreciated.110Galena Court 4 Bed | 3.5 Bath | 3,386sf | .52 acre lot | $3,795,000 Located in the highly desirable Bigwood subdivision north of Ket chum, this home's excellent fundamental attributes are hard to find in Ketchum/Sun Valley. A ground floor master suite and a second master suite upstairs, high ceilings throughout the home, a circular floor plan that is great for entertaining, views of Bald Mountain, and excellent, affordable and private subdivision amenities make this home a real value! 1519 Warm Springs Rd. #12 1 Bed | 1 Bath | Plus Loft | 713sf | $675,000 Compare this very nice condo to what else is on the market and you will see the value. Excellent location, no need for improvements thanks to a complete, tasteful and intelligent updating that was com pleted in 2019, and being sold turn-key make this beautiful end unit condo a unique opportunity for a buyer that is looking for a full-time home, a seasonal getaway, or a great rental opportunity. svpn-mag.com 175
SOUTHOFKETCHUM / $5,950,000 Stepintoyourhiddenoasis,justminutesfromdowntown Ketchum!Ifyoulovetoentertainwithfamilyandfriends,or needtofindsomepeacetobeawayfromitall,thisisthe houseforyou. MLS#22-329236 HAILEY / $950,000 Enjoyquickaccesstotowncenter,parks,schools,andthe recreationactivitiesofQuigleyCanyon.Otherfeatures includeamainfloorprimarybedroom,patiodoors,fully fencedbackyardwithshed,andageneroustwocargarage. MLS#22-329786 KETCHUM / $7,280,000 Anincredibleopportunitytoownafreshlyremodeledhome onanestatelotinwhatmaybeKetchum'spremier neighborhood.Elevatedviewsinmultipledirectionsand backinguptoopenspace. MLS#22-329129 WARMSPRINGS / $1,445,700 EnjoytheBaldyandPioneermountainviewsfromthis meticulouslymaintainedcondo.River.Onlystepstotheski liftsandWarmSpringslodge.Biketrails,hikingandfishing rightoutyourdoor. MLS#22-329827 KETCHUM / $8,950,000 Magnificentviews!Theprivacyissuperbandthemountaintophomeisonly10minutesfromdowntownKetchum.The onlylargeski-inski-outhome/parcelatthe#1SkiResortin NorthAmerica. MLS#22-329529 INDIANCREEK / $475,000 ThissweepinghillsideparcelisborderedbyIndianCreek HOAOpenSpaceonthreesides.Noneighborscanbuildin frontofyouornexttoyou.Absoluteprivacy.Viewsgalore! MLS#22-329114 NORTHOFKETCHUM / $1,195,000 Aspectacularsunnycornerlotwithfantasticviewsandina greatneighborhoodjustnorthofKetchum,HulenMeadows. MetersfromtheHulenMeadowspark,thisupscale neighborhoodisaperfectlotforyourdreambuild. MLS#22-329824 SOUTHOFBELLEVUE / $995,000 Ownyourownhomesteadononeofthemostbeautiful locationsinthevalley.Openviewsallthewayaroundyou. Thisclassichomeisasingle-level3bedroomplusanoffice openfloorplan.Recentupdatesmakethishomesparkle. MLS#22-329590 NORTHOFKETCHUM / $12,900,000 Stepintothisqualitybuilthomelocatedonacornerlotona privatestreet.Enjoytheopenfloorplanwitharemodeled kitchenin2019,whichincludesslabgranitecountertops, andstainless-steelappliances. MLS#22-329358 WINDERMEREREAL ESTATE/SV,LLC|WINDERMERESUNVALLEY.COM|208-622-2700|208-788-1700 Ifyoucandreamit, wecanfindit. Allin,foryou. 176 svpn-mag.com
Single-Level Home in Sagecreek
Overlooking Elkhorn Golf Course’s 12th this European-style 4BD/3.5BA home is defined by its stunning mountain fine and endless elegance. Meticulously maintained, it captures the perfect balance of luxury
Rare Duplex Lot on the Warm Springs Creek
Estate-Size Parcel with Baldy Views Perched high in Independence Creek, this spectacular estate-size parcel (7+ acres) offers some of the finest unobstructed views of Baldy and nearby mountains. Surrounded by designated open space, the secluded Elkhorn location offers a tremendous opportunity to build a dream home.
$1,850,000 MLS# 22-329185
$3,145,000 MLS# 22-329387
Sunpointe Villa in Elkhorn Pristine 3BD/3.5BA Sunpointe Villa. Wonderful end unit with mountain views and tons of sunshine. Upgrades include beautiful window treatments, custom closets, and slate flooring in the entry, laundry, and powder room.
Grady Burnett - Associate Broker / Partner 208.720.0906 | firstname.lastname@example.org Heather Burnett - Sales Associate 208.721.0484 | email@example.com 208.622.7722 | 335 Spruce Ave, Ketchum ID. 83340 Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern www.sunvalleyidahoproperties.comIdaho
Situated on 1.2 acres in Elkhorn’s exclusive Sagecreek subdivision, this wonderful 4BD/3BA home is brimming with opportunity. The flowing floor plan offers elegant, comfortable living spaces that open to western mountain views and amazing outdoor patios.
$2,650,000 MLS# 22-329714
$3,495,000 MLS# 22-329727
Great opportunity to design and build a duplex or custom home on this fantastic Warm Springs Creek lot. Located in a quiet cul-de-sac on the coveted Georginia Road, the parcel offers both Baldy views and Warm Springs Creek frontage. $2,100,000 MLS# 22-329655
Elegant Elkhorn Home on the Golf Course
$695,000 MLS# 21-328509
Andora Villa Townhome Beautifully remodeled 2BD/2BA Andora Villa townhome is ideal for fulltime residence or weekend getaways. Main level includes a redesigned kitchen with stainless steel appliances, new flooring, new cabinetry, fresh paint, and retextured walls.
Bigwood Condo Near Town Enjoy fantastic year-round Baldy views from the main living areas of this beautifully remodeled ground-level 3BD/2BA Bigwood condo. Remodel includes updated kitchen, new flooring, and newer bathrooms. MLS# 22-329664
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Wonderful Elkhorn Location Located in Elkhorn’s prestigious June Day subdivision, this special 2.49-acre parcel is the ideal setting for a new home, providing an elevated building envelope, dramatic sunsets, and spectacular views of Baldy and mountains to the north. MLS# 22-329106
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Exclusive East Fork Property One-of-a-kind parcel in the Thunder Meadows subdivision of East Fork Canyon. Private and secluded with abundant wildlife, the parcel is 8+ acres and situated in close proximity to the East Fork of the Big Wood River.
$739,000 MLS# 22-329663
This home has it all! Classic valley 3 bd, 3 ba home situated on a beautiful, private multi-acre lot. Explore private trails and year-round creek on the property. Multiple updated living spaces with amazing mountain views and natural light throughout. Call Sonja for difference in prices.
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Lenny Joseph: 208.720.2918 Sonja Huntsman: 208.720.7125 Kirstin Kozlowski: 208.720.2333 208.622.7722 | 540 2nd Ave N Suite 101, Ketchum, ID 83340 Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho PENDING!www.801ArrowheadCourt.com Delight in this gorgeous custom home in the new, up and coming Colorado Gulch Preserve! This home boasts an amazing gourmet kitchen and vast living area perfect for entertaining! This home has a massive 3 car garage with a bay fit for an RV, a large pantry, a bonus room over the garage. Call Sonja. $1,650,000 MLS # www.2071ElkhornVillage.com22-329353 NEW PRICE! Ground level unit, sharply remodeled in 2021! Underground parking, patio with street access, ski locker. Enjoy Elkhorn amenities with easy access to all of the Wood River Valley. Great for tiny living, vacation getaway, long or short-term rental! HOA dues include everything you need! Call Kristin. $355,000 MLS # 22-329710 www.120SanBadger.com Gorgeous, level lot in the new, desirable Sunbeam Subdivision! The area will fill up with beautiful homes that will allow the area to hold its values! This will be an amazing location to call home. With stunning views in all directions and ease to get to the downtown core, this property has it all! Call Sonja. $240,000 MLS # 22-329476 www.560DocsHickory.com
$4,000,000 | $2,950,000 MLS # 22-329641 Incredible 12 acre Idaho homestead with Little Wood River frontage! Home underwent a remodel in 2019. Residing on this property are multiple outbuildings including a historic rock barn, solar panel system, irrigation equipment, horse stalls, chicken coop. Call Sonja. MLS # 22-329482 this beautifully decorated modern home in the desirable Northridge Subdivision. This light and bright home has wonderful southern exposure that brightens the living room and gourmet kitchen! Wonderful features include a main floor master, high ceilings, nice den flanking the upstairs bedrooms. Call Sonja. MLS# 22-329510 view lot overlooking Clear Lakes Golf Course. of the surrounding hills and Snake River. There are 9 single family lots and 2 duplex lots ranging in price $115,000$143,000. These can be bought individually or in
New Construction! Being built this summer, this will be a stunning 4 bd home + bonus room and 3 car garage in the coveted Sunbeam Subdivision! This high-quality home will be light and bright and boast a lot of windows to let ample light into the home on this already sunny lot! Call $1,650,000Sonja. MLS# 22-329486 www.101SageLane.com
NEW LISTING! Natural light abounds with the clerestory windows that light up the great room in this duplex on the North side of the property. Low maintenance yard. The farmhouse kitchen will be a delight! Capture the views and privacy on the deck off the master bedroom! Call $1,150,000Sonja. MLS # 22-329800 www.131SunbeamStreet.com
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140 LABRADOR LANE 1560 RED FEATHER WAY 81 FREEDOM LOOP 1528 SNOW CREEK CONDO DRIVE 850 SHENANDOAH DR #36 114 DEER CREEK LANE $5,400,000 | MLS# 22-329725 Arguably one of the best Big Wood River, water front lots in the valley. This 5 acre property has over 800’ of water front that can be seen from every bedroom. 12 STREAMSIDE DRIVE 2649 RIDGE LANE $4,775,000 | MLS# 22-329593 Newly constructed mountain modern in the coveted Streamside/Valley Club. The home boasts a thoughtfully designed floor plan with over 4200 sq ft of luxury living. $2,295,000 | MLS# 22-329594 Thoughtfully designed to capture all the outdoor serenity with a covered front porch with Preserve views. $1,895,000 | MLS# 22-329828 This quintessential modern farmhouse speaks for itself with a full remodel/addition in 2021, situated on 5 acres with community water rights and horses allowed. $1,250,000 | MLS# 22-329532 This stunning horse property is fully equipped and operational, (barn, paddocks, cross ties, stalls and automatic water) and 5 acres of hay crop spanning across 10 beautiful acres. $865,000 | MLS# 22-329773 Delightful Ridge Condo tastefully appointed for those Sun Valley getaways. Enjoy the mountain views from the spacious balcony or cozy up to the fireplace. Kelly Malone (208) 720-4437 $630,000 | MLS# 22-329823 Enjoy this fabulous, turn-key, ground level Snow Creek Condo, located just steps from Dollar Mountain. Kelly Malone (208) 720-4437 $375,000 | MLS# 22-329726 Super cute, complete 2022 remodel that does not disappoint, abundance of natural light, private patio and a 1 car garage. CONTACT OUR TEAM Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho Stephanie Reed Real stephanie-reed.com(208)firstname.lastname@example.orgEstate720-8958 1472 COTTONWOOD CONDO DR $1,280,000 | MLS# 22-329149 A Swiss Alpine chalet-inspired condo right in the heart of Sun Valley. Remodelled bathrooms and kitchen with Zellige tiles and more! Stephanie Reed, Kelly Malone, Makenzie Callaghan & Braigen Sorensen
Sun Valley Joanne YourJoannew@remax.net(208)(208)Broker/OwnerWetherell720-0916(Mobile)726-4901(Office)Sun Valleywww.SunValleyResortProperties.comTeamPresents Sunning contemporary Weyyakin home, offered tastefully furnished with an added primary suite on the main floor. A beautifully updated kitchen includes new countertops, backsplash, lighting, SubZero appliances, Rohl plumbing fixtures, and Rocky Mountain Hardware. Over 4000 sq ft that includes three second floor bedroom suites. Very private setting with paver patio overlooking a pond and greenspace. Call for www.SunValleyElkhorn.comPricing www.StreamsideAtValleyClub.com A Zen art masterpiece in The Valley Club. Perfectly placed on an impressive low maintenance landscaped lot, this modern singlestory home offers sophisticated luxury in a meticulous yet warm and inviting package. Dripping in upgrades and designer finishes that are sure to impress. A massive 5-car garage with amazing storage and an interior mudroom adds to the value of this luxurious home. $3,875,000 162 svpn-mag.com182 svpn-mag.com
Beautifully furnished condo on the 9th green of the Elkhorn Golf Course features an expansive deck for outdoor entertaining. Recently updated unit with newer carpet and kitchen, including all stainless-steel appliances.
Fantastic home in immaculate condition featuring a privacyfenced huge yard with bonus RV Parking! Spacious 4 bedrooms, high ceilings and a great floorplan. $844,500 You will love this spacious townhouse located on a quite side street. Boasting open living space and high ceilings, with a great room design that is light and bright. $499,500 Adorable cottage with a full finished basement with egress. Located on a fabulous corner lot in downtown Hailey. Hardwood floors and new interior painting.
This modern Copper Ranch condo was fabulously updated in 2021! Spacious condo features vaulted ceilings and big beautiful windows for great light. Best priced Copper Ranch unit. Call for Pricing Brand-new custom-built home located on The Jerome Golf Course 9th green with the club house and first tee in view. Set on a private cul-de-sac this is the perfect new home for you! $469,000 svpn-mag.com 163svpn-mag.com
www.sunvalleyrealestate.com | 208-720.2619 | 300 N. Main Street | Ketchum, Idaho 83340 Daren Pennell & Bailey 208-720-2619 • email@example.com “My 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...
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Les Saisons is a fractionally owned property that is exceptionally well appointed and ideally located downtown. This 3 bedroom 3.5 bath property has all the amenities one would desire: Golf privileges at Elkhorn, pool, hot tub, massage rooms, owner storage, concierge, valet and daily housekeeping. $225,000 MLS# 22-329857 Enjoy the privacy and solitude of what a privately gated 57 acres affords and the experience of looking up the entire Clear Creek drainage filled with views, year-round sunshine, trees, wildlife , blue skies and starry nights. This property has an approved and spectacular building site to experience everything this property offers. Must see to appreciate. at $2.195M MLS# 22-329693
WWW.SUNVALLEYSHEILA.COM SHEILA LIERMANN ASSOCIATE BROKER email@example.comN.MainStreet,Nexttothe Pioneer in Ketchum, Idaho TWO PONDS UNDER MIND BENDER RIDGE IN EAST FORK The two ponds on this 3.72 acre lot under Mind Bender Ridge attract wildlife and birds, while being just 10 minutes from downtown Ketchum and world-famous Bald Mountain skiing. Minutes to the Sawtooth National Forest and a quick walk to the East Fork of the Big Wood River. Imagine hiking, biking and back-country skiing out your back door. MLS# 21-328790 $695,000 ON THE WATER IN HEAVENLY EAST FORK Nestled below Mind Bender Ridge is a private 3-acre lot situated on a large pond fed from the East Fork of the Bigwood River and brimming with trout. Imagine the solitude you can create in your idyllic home here with the noisiest neighbors being elk, deer and birds galore. MLS# 21-328222 Price Reduced $100,00 | Now $575,000 FINALLY A RIDGE CONDO WITH A GARAGE! This 2/2 condo with two expanded, sunny decks is being sold TURN-KEY/FURNISHED and accessorized. Perfectly maintained and move-in ready with newer paint, lighting, slate counters, baseboard heaters and windows. New Roof summer 2022. Enjoy the hiking and bike trails, Olympic pools, golf course, tennis & pickle ball courts and everything that makes Elkhorn in Sun Valley fantas tic. Condo Only = $750,000 Condo with Garage = $940,000 MLS# 22-329706 Sold With or Without the Garage 186 svpn-mag.com
New Construction to be built located on a large lot .48 AC in the beautiful Old Cutter Subdivision. Please call for all details - 8-9 month buildoutMLS Vacant22-329595Landavailable separately, .49 AC for $420,000 Contact Alex to discuss your real estate objectives. I have a strong tract record with buyers and sellers including off market opportunities. Sun Valley, A Great Place to Wake UP! ALEX HUGHES ASSOCIATE BROKER alexsunvalley.com;208-720-7444 firstname.lastname@example.org Sun Valley Real Estate LLC, 300 N Main Street Christie's International Real Estate svpn-mag.com 187
113$6,900,000Alpine Drive, Ketchum 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
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71 Adams Gulch Road, Ketchum 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 gatherings. Luxurious amenities include media and game rooms, 7 fireplaces, and heated pavers.
$5,950,000 113 Alpine Drive, Ketchum 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 off the dining and living rooms, a storage building and large yard. Ground floor office, finished basement and sky view loft complete the home.
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701 Morning Star Road, Sun Valley Panoramic views from private 4+ acre Elkhorn property. Rarely available Ranch lot allowing for horses and guesthouse. This property includes all day sun, is located just off the bike bath and within walking distance to Harker Center and multiple trail systems. Open floor plan with a large loft/media room and a separate 1 bedroom guest apartment located on the garage level with private entrance.
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111 Camas Loop, Sun Valley Completely remodeled Elkhorn home on 1 acre lot with Baldy Views. Main floor living with primary bedroom suite, office, powder room, great room and kitchen with pantry. 3 car garage on ground level opens to mudroom, media room, dramatic floor to ceiling entry hall, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. All new plumbing, electrical, audio visual, HVAC, water heaters, windows, doors, tile, flooring, countertops, appliances and cabinetry.
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71 Adams Gulch Road, Ketchum 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 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.
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111 Camas Loop, Sun Valley 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 o ﬀ 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.
$1,595,000 MLS# 22-329342 CINDY ASSOCIATEWARDBROKER208.720.0485 firstname.lastname@example.org A MOTHER & SON TEAM WITH PROVEN RESULTS $2,749,000 MLS# 21-328291 313 S 7th St Units A & B – Bellevue This full duplex could be legally split into two townhomes. Each side sits on a 6,000 square foot lot that is professionally landscaped and fenced. Both units have 3 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths, separate laundry room and attached two car garages. Plenty of on-site parking. NO C,C&R’s or DUES! The North unit is move-in ready and the South unit is currently rented month to month and the tenant would like to continue to rent. Professional Home Inspection has already been done and the sellers have made repairs. Call for more information. This would make a great family compound or investment property with rental income. SOLD SOLD 121 Lower Broadford Rd - Bellevue Unique BIGWOOD RIVER fronted property! One of a kind 6+ Acres extending over the river. New bridge, senior water rights, 4 bedroom Main home plus Guest apartment. 5 stall barn and large shop. Mostly furnished. Listed by Eeva Turzian and SOLD BY CINDY WARD. $3,495,000 MLS# 22-329500 Office Locations: 300 N. Main St Ketchum, ID 83340 & 19 W Bullion St Hailey, ID 83333 MATT ASSOCIATEWARDBROKER208.721.3013 email@example.com WWW.FINDMYCORNER.COM JUSTLISTED Historical 240 Acre Ranch on The Little Wood River with Development Opportunities – Shoshone, Idaho Opportunity awaits this Southern Idaho Ranch. The property is located on the abandoned SV Branch of the Union Pacific Railroad, adjacent to BLM Land with unobstructed views of the Pioneer & Sawtooth Mtns. Nestled against 1.5 miles of the Little Wood River, an abundance of recreational activities including hunting & fishing awaits. 160 acres is zoned to allow the development of 2 acre residential lots. The remaining 80 acres is zoned AG-40 for larger lots to be created or rezoned to create more 2 acre parcels. 64 N 200 E Shoshone, ID – CALL MATT WARD FOR PRICING MLS# 22-329363 ++ SOLD 305 W Croy St – West Hailey Very Special .472 acre Lot that could be subdivided! Unique 2498 Sq Ft house with 4 BD/ 3 BA, large 672 Sq Ft Garage, and incredible Sun Valley Bronze Hardware & Lights. End-Of-The-Road Privacy and near the river, parks, nature preserve. SELLERS: Contact us for a FREE market analysis and price opinion for your property. BUYERS: Contact us to help you find property options in this low inventory market. WE GET DEALS DONE! 253 Croy Creek Rd. West of Hailey “Casa Del Sol” is a very unique 16.89 acre Ranchette with a 2960 SF single story home, detached Shop and Horse facilities. This private oasis also features irrigation water rights and is close to downtown Hailey. Listed by Windermere and SOLD BY CINDY WARD. $1,150,000 FULL DUPLEX ($575,000 per side) MLS# 22-329825 +
Coveted and seldom available for sale, Stanley area cabin + studio and shop in the woods provides yearround access to a pristine outdoor experience. A quick drive to Stanley and Redfish Lake. This beautiful home is a gem in the heart of Hailey offering easy access to recreational and downtown amenities. Highlights include an open floor pan, four spacious bedrooms plus an office.
Immerse yourself in natural beauty from this 2.5+ acre lot that is adjacent to open space and the Bigwood River beyond. A rare undevelopedestablishedsurroundedparcel,byhomes in Starweather. Dramatic desert views and privacy await from this 20+ acre lot situated in an beautifulsubdivisionestablishedofcustom homes. A stone’s throw to the Bigwood River and a quick drive to Silver Creek.
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Enjoy privacy and luxury from this mountain estate located in a spectacular setting only 5 minutes to Ketchum/Sun Valley. Stunning open floor plan boasts high ceilings and multiple fireplaces. Wall-sized pocket doors open to a beach entry pool and waterfall offering a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living. Situated up a private canyon on over 16 acres with a spring-fed creek flowing through the property.
VIEW ALL AREA LISTINGS AT WWW.SVASSOCIATES.COM Tom Monge 208-720-0490 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sunvalleyassociates.com 3111 Warm Springs Road Classic Ski House and Future Development Property located in the Warm Springs Village, only 3 blocks from the Sun Valley/Warm Springs Ski Lodge and Ski Lifts. This property has Excellent Views of the Warm Spring Ski Mountain. Property contains approximate lynted toward the west with an abundance of light and sunshine, as well as being perfectly positioned for Sun Valley mountain sunset's. MLS# 22-329470 svpn-mag.com 191
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VIEW ALL AREA LISTINGS AT WWW.SVASSOCIATES.COM Jed Gray 208-720-0575 105 Camas Road | Located minutes from downtown Ketchum, this elegant lodge-style home on 3 parcels/ 276 acres is situated on the banks of a spring fed lake with elevated views of Bald Mountain. Experience dramatic vistas from every room with hiking and horseback riding out your back door. Seize this once in a lifetime opportunity to be the successor steward of one of Idaho's most exclusive legacy properties. MLS# 22-329201 13404 State Highway 75 | Stunning 2.5 acre estate parcel with drop dead views of the Boulder Mountains and western sun expo sure. Proximity to Fox Creek Trailhead, the Big Wood River, and the SNRA recreation area. Paint your Idaho palette, with no CC & R's - room for you, family, critters... you can have it all. Main home plus accessory dwelling unit are permitted uses. $2,395,000 MLS# 21-328831 svpn-mag.com 193
JANIS email@example.comFULTON 208.720.4050|FULTONJANIS • Warmth of a home with the convenience of a condo • 2523 SF, totally furnished and accessorized including artwork • Three large en suite bedrooms, including main floor bedroom • Open floor plan with rock fireplace, heated cold entry, and high ceilings • Updated kitchen with counter seating and cozy reading nook and gas fireplace • Attached garage with abundant storage • Elkhorn amenities, including two pools, tennis and pickleball courts • Mountain and golf course views • Immaculately maintained and sure to please for many years to come • $2,260,000 | MLS #22-329724 4400 FAIRWAY NINE DRIVE • Warmth of a home with the convenience of a condo • 2523 SF, totally furnished and accessorized including artwork • Three large en suite bedrooms, including main floor bedroom • Open floor plan with rock fireplace, heated cold entry, and high ceilings • Updated kitchen with counter seating and cozy reading nook and gas fireplace • Attached garage with abundant storage • Elkhorn amenities, including two pools, tennis and pickleball courts • Mountain and golf course views • Immaculately maintained and sure to please for many years to come • $2,260,000 | MLS #22-329724
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SUE firstname.lastname@example.orgENGELMANN•Elegant,art-inspiredinterior spaces • 5+ BD, 6 BA, 10,564 SF, 2.77 Acres • $10,564,000 | MLS #22-329228 • Beautiful landscaping and outdoor patios • 4+ BD, 4.5 BA, 6446 SF, 1.41 acres • $6,950,000 | MLS #22-329526 GOLDEN EAGLE LAKEFRONT VALLEY CLUB ELEGANCE © 2022 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc ®. Equal Housing Opportunity. 208.720.0680|ENGELMANNSUE © 2022 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc ®. Equal Housing Opportunity.
360 N East Ave, Ste 100, Ketchum, ID 83340 | 208.720.0680 | sueengelmann.com360 N East Ave, Ste 100, Ketchum, ID 83340 | 208.720.0680 | SUEsueengelmann.comENGELMANN208.email@example.comVILLAGER 1228 TRAIL CREEK • 1-car garage close to the unit • 2 BD, 2 BA, 913 SF • $895,000 | MLS #22-329330 TRAIL CREEK FRONTAGE • West-facing with Baldy views • 3 BD, 3.5 BA, 2705 SF • $6,700,000 | MLS #22-329872 PREMIERE LIMELIGHT HOTEL RESIDENCE 208.720.0680|ENGELMANNSUE
• 39.17 Acres on the Big Wood River • Options include ranch, short plat, equestrian • $1,250,000 | MLS #22-329679 360 N East Ave, Ste 100, Ketchum, ID 83340 | 208.720.0680 | sueengelmann.com SUE firstname.lastname@example.orgENGELMANN SOUTH VALLEY OPPORTUNITY208.720.0680|ENGELMANNSUE • Over an acre, great views • No CCRs, close to bus line and base area • $1,250,000 | MLS #22-329182 SUNNY WARM SPRINGS LOT • 2 acres on Hiawatha Dr north of Hailey • Elevated homesite potential, new fencing • $1,100,000 | MLS #22-329093 A LOT IN HORSE COUNTRY • Entire business, condo, and land for sale • CC zoning is sub 2 • $950,000 | MLS #22-329697 BELOVED KETCHUM BUSINESS
This bright condo was remodeled and newly furnished in 2022. It’s a first floor, single-level, end unit that features amazing mountain views and abundant natural light throughout. It features an open floorplan, spacious bedrooms, a gas fireplace, stack washer/dryer, and spacious deck. It’s being sold turn-key! Perfect part- or full-time home, or rental. Ranch at Sun Valley and Elkhorn amenities nearby include multiple swimming pools, hot tubs, tennis and pickle ball courts, and golf and skiing. Next to bike path and bus stop.
This Sun Valley studio condo was beautifully remodeled in 2022 and boasts an all-new kitchen with custom cabinets, quartz counters and appliances. It has a new bathroom vanity, flooring, paint, fixtures, storage cabinets and gas fireplace. Amenities include an elevator, underground parking, ski locker, shared laundry facility, and access to all Elkhorn Village & Harker Center amenities including swimming pools, spas, pickle ball and tennis courts, golf and skiing! Perfect part-time or long-term home, or great rental.
Tastefully Remodeled Elkhorn Village Studio Condo in Sun Valley 111 Angani Way, Unit #2076, Bldg 4, Sun Valley
Beautifully Updated 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Ranch Condo in Elkhorn/Sun Valley 3598 Lower Ranch Condo Drive, Sun Valley
$699,000 MLS # 22-329525
2/2 Condo On Trail Creek in Ketchum - Walk to Bald Mountain, the River and Downtown 450 S 2nd Ave #25, Ketchum Tucked in aspen trees on the scenic edge of Trail Creek, this single level, ground floor, end unit is perfectly located near Bald Mountain’s River Run Lodge and downtown Ketchum. Enjoy the soothing, peaceful sounds, and views, of the creek from your windows and deck. And the mesmerizing Bald Mountain views out your doors! A rare find - one owner for the past 22 years. Incredible for year-round or part-time residents; or for high demand short or long-term rentals. Bus stop out front, and near the bike path.
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Pioneer Saloon 204 The Sawtooth Club 205 The Cellar Pub 206 GLOW Juice Bar & Café 207 Limelight Lounge 208 Michel’s Christiania 209 Sushi on Second 210 Il Naso 211 The Grill at Knob Hill 212 Ketchum Grill 213 Warfield Distillery & Brewery 214 Enoteca 215 The Kneadery 216 The Ram 217 Village Station 218 Gretchen's 219 Sun Valley Club 220 The Roundhouse 221 Konditorei 222 Chocolate Foundry 223 Pick up the official Sun Valley Dining Guide at locations throughout the Valley! DINING GUIDE “Food is our common ground, a experience.”universal James Beard svpn-mag.com 203
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.”
Unique and historic western art fills the bar and restaurant, reminiscent of earlier days when pioneers settled in this Valley.
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Clockwise from top: The Pioneer Saloon originally opened in the 1950s; flavorful beef on the grill; the interior of Pioneer Saloon.
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.
In the bar enjoy handcrafted cocktails, 18 wines by the glass, and 12 ice-cold craft brews on tap. Dinner offerings this autumn include fresh Idaho trout, filet mignon, rack of lamb, grilled ribeye steak, fresh steelhead salmon, butternut squash ravioli, barbeque baby back ribs, fresh Alaskan halibut, Waygu Kobe beef meatloaf, New Orleans shellfish pasta, roasted free-range chicken, fresh steamer clams, and seared ahi salad, to name just a few. All broiling and grilling is done over a live mesquitewood fire. They 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.
Just 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!” SAWTOOTH
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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, burgers, sandwiches and much more.
An award-winning wine list complements the wonderful food for warm autumn evenings on the outdoor terrace, or on those cooler nights gathering around the large central fireplace—it’s an experience not to be missed!
Top to bottom: View from the balcony patio; pan-broiled Idaho trout; seared ahi salad.
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 fall’s 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 OldFashioned 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.
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THE CELLAR PUB
GLOW JUICE BAR & CAFÉ PHOTOS BY KIRSTEN SHULTZ MENU INCLUDES: SOUPS • SANDWICHES • WRAPS • PRESSED JUICES SMOOTHIES AND SMOOTHIE BOWLS • TOASTS NOODLE BOWLS • CACAO DESSERTS • COLD BREW COFFEE ORGANIC • PLANT-BASED • LOCALLY SOURCED ORDER ONLINE! GLOWSUNVALLEY.COM | @GLOWSUNVALLEY DINING GUIDE MONDAY-FRIDAY 9AM-5PM SATURDAY 10AM-4PM 380 Washington Ave, #105 glowsunvalley.com208.725.0314Ketchum svpn-mag.com 207
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 Enjoyentertainment.thespacious indoor lounge and glorious outdoor patio for sociallydistanced drinks and dining. Try new fall menu items, including Burrata Caprese, Firecracker Shrimp, Lamb Lollipops, and Grilled Pacific
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 has a daily happy hour from 3pm5pm and live music Thursday through Monday from 5:30pm-8:30pm.
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Above: Enjoy fall dining on Michel’s garden patio. Below: Sautéed breast of chicken with morel cream sauce.
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.
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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.
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Organically-driven Italian/Mediterranean-inspired food in Sun Valley. il Naso is a longtime favorite of the Wood River Valley for its innovative Italian dishes and excellent wine selection. Located in the heart of Ketchum, il Naso offers a cozy wine bar, elegant dining room, charming patio, welcoming service, and outstanding cuisine.
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il Naso’s menu is rooted in Italian tradition, yet cleverly reimagined for the contemporary palate. Begin with the creative, everchanging seasonal starters and wine varieties sure to satisfy even the most particular of tastes. And follow that up with famous favorites including the Organic Chicken Picatta, Pan Roasted Diver Scallops, and the unforgettable Alaskan Halibut, with braised squash, caramelized onions, herbs, and cherry tomatoes. The menu includes vegetarian options and the kitchen is always ready to prepare other thoughtful and innovative vegetarian and vegan dishes, at your request. The cellar at il Naso is unparalleled. Wine Spectator has recognized the restaurant’s wine list year after year for its extensive and refined selections. There is a focus on Italian wines, as well as an impressive array of limited, allocated wines from all of the great wine regions of the world. The list includes something for everyone! il Naso is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion, enjoy an evening out with family and friends, or have a casual dinner at the bar. ilnasorestaurant.com480Thursday–Monday5:30PMtocloseWashingtonAveKetchum208.726.7776
Offering curbside takeout on the full menu. Call to place an order or visit the website to order online.
THE GRILL AT KNOB HILL
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. Hand-crafted 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 and patio, seven nights a week.
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Clockwise from left: The Grill at Knob Hill’s outdoor seating; Rosé al fresco; a delicious meal.
The Ketchum Grill celebrates 31 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 the hand-shaped burger cooked over fruitwood with a homemade bun and condiments, or the longtime favorite, house-made lemon noodles with rock shrimp and black pepper cream. You won’t be disappointed!
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The Warfield is Ketchum’s only distillery and the Valley’s largest brewery!
Come check out the rooftop deck and enjoy a classic pub experience with exceptional food and the best beer and spirits in the Valley!
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Located on the corner of Sun Valley Road and Main Street in downtown Ketchum, The Warfield serves up elevated gastro pub fare created by James Beard Award-winning and Michelin-accredited chef, Jay Veregge. All Warfield cuisine features local and seasonal ingredients with an emphasis on organic food and a commitment to our agricultural community.
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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.
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Wood-fired pizzas, specialty beers, featured wines, and an intimate urban-rustic 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. Above: Shaved Brussels sprouts with bacon.
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function! THE KNEADERY Above: The Kneadery on Leadville Ave in Ketchum in the fall. Right: Buddy Murfey BLT on local sourdough bread; Bloody Marys; Huevos Kneadery Breakfast with Fresh-Squeezed Orange Juice and Kneadery Breakfast Blend Coffee. OPEN DAILY FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH 8AM-2PM 260 Leadville Ave N kneadery.com208.726.9462Ketchum PIERCEHALSEYBYPHOTOSBOTTOMANDRIGHTTOP 216 svpn-mag.com
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 goto breakfast spot. New this fall, dine on the front patio. 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 The Kneadery is available for private events? So look no further for next special
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.
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 you can cut it with a fork.
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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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. SYMSKEVINBYPHOTOSHours change seasonally. Please sunvalley.com/diningvisit: or call for more information. Sun Valley sunvalley.com208.622.2138Village Above: Enjoy spacious seating inside Village Station, which overlooks the resort grounds. Right: One of Village Station's delicious pizzas. VILLAGE STATION 218 svpn-mag.com
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 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 Kale & Quinoa Salad, Cashew Stirfry Chicken, and the classic Reuben. Whatever you’re craving, Gretchen’s is sure to have something for you.
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SUN VALLEY CLUB
The Sun Valley Club is much more than just a golf course; it’s also a full-service restaurant and full bar open to the public seven days a week. Young ones will find favorites on the kids menu while those coming fresh off the links can sip specialty cocktails or draft beers. Guest favorites include the Crab Louie Salad and Turkey & Brie Club, in addition to locallysourced 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. the many offerings for lunch with incredible views of Baldy.
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Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 2019
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. 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.
Insider’s Tip: Earn ‘free drink’ rewards with every coffee and smoothie purchase! Bring your own cup and receive an additional $0.50 off per drink!
Above (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.
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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 favorites like the Swiss Eggs Rösti and Cauliflower Hash for breakfast or the Reuben Sandwich and Ancient Grains and Berry Salad for lunch. Konditorei also features an all-day breakfast menu. No matter the occasion, Konditorei has you covered! Be part of the Alpine tradition and enjoy this classic café.
Est 1984 RESORTVALLEYSUNOFCOURTESYPHOTOS No matter how sophisticated your sweet tooth, The Chocolate Foundry has something to satisfy any craving. With a global selection of some of the world’s finest sweets—including clusters, fudge, Jelly Belly candies, licorice, and frozen yogurt—you can shop for gifts, treats, or a Sun Valley souvenir. And of course, this vintage shop is a must-visit for the kids! CHOCOLATE FOUNDRY Above: The Chocolate Foundry is located in the Sun Valley Village. Hours change seasonally. Please sunvalley.com/diningvisit: or call for more information. Sun Valley sunvalley.com208.622.2147Village DINING GUIDE svpn-mag.com 223
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