Friday, June 9th, 5-8 PM | Hardeman North, Wilson: Officially kick off summer with FoundSpace, a family-friendly event at Hardeman North and the Wilson Centennial Ponds, the meadow to the west of the Wilson School and the north of the historic Hardeman Barns. Local artists, Ben Roth, Matt Daly, Bland Hoke, Bronwyn Minton, and Jenny Dowd, invite the community to join us in creating art out of found objects. Local food selections, live music from One Ton Pig, and activities for children will bring together the whole family. In partnership with Jackson Hole Public Art, the Land Trust is excited to share this special celebration with the community.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 7-9th, 4-8 PM | Snake River Ranch: Doggie Hamlet is a full-length outdoor performance spectacle that weaves together dance and theatrical elements with aspects of competitive sheep herding trials. The Jackson Hole Land Trust and Dancer’s Workshop have collaborated to bring this event to Jackson. Please join us for the weekend for this one-of-a-kind event!
Sunday, July 30th, 12-5 PM | Wilson to Teton Village Pathways: Celebrate our local food, pathways, and open spaces at the Teton Food Tour! Enjoy a tasting menu, live music, and an update on our work at JHLT’s Snake River Ranch tour stop. Register online.
Sunday, August 13th, 4-8 PM | Hardeman North: 37th Annual Land Trust Picnic and View22: Field Study Exhibit. Our annual picnic is a community-wide, family-friendly celebration of protected open spaces. This year we will highlight our land conservation successes and recent transfer of the historic Hardeman Barns to the Teton Raptor Center with a special speaking program, activities for all ages, the View22 Field Study exhibit, and music by PTO. Tickets are $50 for adults and children 12 and under are free. Please call the Land Trust office at 307.733.4707 for tickets.