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Wed Mar 11

Intermediate Spanish

12-1PM / Community Library / Ketchum

Practice Spanish in fun and useful situations. This high-novice to mid-intermediate class will offer you opportunities to converse, read, listen, and watch authentic materials in Spanish. Free, and drop-ins are welcome.

Drop-in ACT/SAT Study Groups 

4-5PM / Community Library / Ketchum

The Community Library will offer free, drop-in, tutored ACT/SAT study groups. Students meet weekly through April 29 at The Community Library. It will also be offered at the Hailey Public Library on Mondays. For more information, call (208) 788-2036 or The Community Library at (208) 806-2621.

Taizé Service

5:30PM / St. Thomas Church / Ketchum

Taizé is a weekly candlelit service of meditative silence, song and prayer. Everyone is welcome to attend. St. Thomas Episcopal Church is located at 201 Sun Valley Road.

NAMI Recover Support

5:30-7PM / Sun Club / Hailey

Women’s meetings 2nd and 4th Wednesday a month. Men’s meetings 2nd and 4th Tuesday a month. Both genders are invited to attend on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday a month. All meetings are held at the 731 N. 1st Ave., in Hailey.

Thu Mar 12

Snowshoe With A Ranger

11AM / Galena Lodge / Galena

Free weekly Snowshoe with a Ranger tours run through March. Participants will meet on the porch of Galena Lodge before taking a 1.5-mile, 2-hour tour exploring the history of mining at Galena Lodge and the winter ecology and tracking of the snowy landscape. Snowshoes can be rented at Galena Lodge. For more information, call (208) 727-5000.

Natural Virus Prevention and Treatment

5:30PM / NourishMe / Ketchum

Sylvie Doré will discuss the multitudes of ways you can defend yourself from viruses, including COVID-19, and the common cold. Admission includes handouts to take home and an anti-viral herbal decoction. Bring your own jar up to 32 oz. Erin Sweeney of Wood River Homebirth will supply her deeply discounted high-quality fresh herbal tinctures formulated for the viral strains currently circulating. Bring cash or checks to purchase these directly. For more information, call (208) 928-7604. Tickets through Eventbrite.

Souper Supper

5:30-6:30PM / St. Charles Parish Hall / Hailey

Souper Supper is held every Monday and Thursday, with different organizations or groups doing the cooking. Everyone is welcome for good food and conversation.

Family Program: Look, Play, Create

2:30-4:30PM / SV Museum of Art / Ketchum

On the second Thursday of each month, bring your young artist (kids ages 1-5) to The Museum for an introduction to art through looking activities and artmaking. Plan to have messy fun together. New and different activities each month. For more information, call (208) 726-9491.

Conversational French

2-3PM / Community Library / Ketchum

Practice French in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. This intermediate to advanced gathering will offer the opportunity to converse and share your interest in all things French. This free gathering will be the last meetup. Drop-ins are welcome.

12U Baseball Tryouts

6PM / WRHS Gym / Hailey

The Wood River Baseball and Softball Association invites baseball players who will be 12 and 11 years old through August to try out for this year’s Traveling All-Star Baseball Teams. The season will run spring through midsummer. It includes home practices and scrimmages midweek with one home tournament and travel to six regional tournaments this season. For more information, email the All-Star director at dustindstone201@gmail.com or check out the WRBSA’s Facebook page, WoodRiverBaseball.com.

Author Jamie Ford

6-7PM / Community Library / Ketchum

The Community Library’s 2020 Winter Read concludes with a presentation and book signing with Jamie Ford, author of “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. This program can be viewed on The Community Library’s LIVESTREAM page during and after the event. Seats will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Ford, a Northwest author, is most widely known for his bestselling Seattle-based novels. A bestseller, “Hotel” won the 2010 Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature, and was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award, the Pacific Northwest Book Award, and the Langum Prize for Historical Fiction.

Fri Mar 13

Idaho Women 100 Kick-Off

12PM / Hailey Public Library / Hailey

The Hailey Public Library and Blaine County Historical Museum will hold a kick-off event to celebrate Idaho Women’s Day and the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving most women in America the right to vote. Participants will march to the Old County Courthouse where the Governor’s Proclamation will be read. At 12:30 p.m. participants will ring bells as will Emmanuel Episcopal Church as a symbolic gesture that unites all Idahoans in commemorating the right of women to vote. For more information, call the Library at (208) 788-2036 or the Museum at (208) 788-1801.

Idaho Women’s Day

12PM / Town Square  / Ketchum

Celebrate Idaho Women’s Day that commemorates the centennial of the women’s right to vote and Idaho’s early role regarding women’s suffrage. Bring a bell. Coffee will be provided by Starbucks.

Friday Flicks

4PM / Hailey Public Library / Hailey

The Hailey Public Library will present a free family-friendly film with popcorn every Friday. For more information, call (208) 788-2036 or visit haileypubliclibrary.org.

Fri Mar 13 & Sat Mar 14

Suns Hockey

7PM / Campion Ice House / Hailey

The Sun Valley Suns Hockey Team will take on the Jackson Moose for their last game of the season at the Campion Ice House. Refreshments will be available for sale.

Sat Mar 14

Tax Assistance 

11AM-4PM / Community Library / Ketchum

Blaine County residents with household incomes of less than $66,000 per year can get free income tax preparation assistance. IRS-certified volunteers will be available every Saturday until April 11. The preparation assistance is part of the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program and is spearheaded by local resident Courtney Noble, who ran the United Way of King County’s free income tax preparation campaign in Seattle for several years.

Rail Jam

4-7PM / First Ave. & 4th St. / Ketchum

Celebrate local ski and snowboard culture in collaboration with Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation.

The road will be closed for music from DJ Locomotive, movies and a onesie contest (with prizes). Local food and drinks will be available for purchase. Register onsite the day of the event at 4 p.m. All athletes must have a signed waiver to participate.

Sun Mar 15

Library Open

12-5PM / Community Library / Ketchum

The private, nonprofit Community Library will now be open on Sunday afternoons. All regular services will be available. For more information, visit comlib.org.

Natural Virus Prevention and Treatment

4-5:30PM / Grange Hall / Hailey

Sylvie Doré will discuss the multitudes of ways you can defend yourself from viruses, including COVID-19, and the common cold. Admission includes handouts to take home and an anti-viral herbal decoction. Bring your own jar up to 32 oz. Erin Sweeney of Wood River Homebirth will supply her deeply discounted high-quality fresh herbal tinctures formulated for the viral strains currently circulating. Bring cash or checks to purchase these directly. Tickets can be found on Eventbrite.com.

Mon Mar 16

Story Time 

10:30-11AM / Community Library / Ketchum 

Story Time, held weekly in the Children’s Library with Lee Dabney, features themed story time with high-quality children’s books, songs, and a fun craft or activity. Story Time is suitable for ages 3 and up. For more information, visit comlib.org.

Drop-in ACT/SAT Study 

4-5PM / Hailey Public Library / Hailey

Hailey Public Library and The Community Library will offer free, drop-in, tutored ACT/SAT study groups on Wednesdays in Ketchum, and Mondays in Hailey, through April 27. For more information, call Hailey Public Library, (208) 788-2036 or The Community Library, (208) 806-2621.

Souper Supper

5:30-6:30PM / St. Charles Parish Hall / Hailey

Souper Supper is held every Monday and Thursday, with different organizations or groups doing the cooking. All are welcome for good food and conversation.

Tue Mar 17

Science Time

11AM / Community Library / Ketchum

Science Time is held weekly with local expert Ann Christensen in the Children’s Library’s treehouse. For more information and news on other events at The Community Library, visit comlib.org.

Art Therapy Workshop

2-3M / SV Museum of Art / Ketchum

Stepping out of the Frame: Museum-Based Art Therapy Program participants will explore SVMoA’s BIG IDEA project through therapeutic art experiences. The winter/spring sessions are Tuesdays, through May 12. Preregistration is recommended, but walk-ins are welcome. For more information, call (208) 726-9491.

Cancer Support Group

5:30-6:30PM / St. Luke’s Clinic / Hailey

This group meets the third Tuesday of the month. It provides a supportive environment, social engagement, education and networking for people who have been diagnosed with any kind of cancer. Call prior to attending first time, (208) 727-8733.

Benefit For The Nature Conservancy

6PM / Community School / Sun Valley

Mountaineer and Sun Valley Community School parent Ed Viesturs and Director of The Nature Conservancy in Idaho Mark Menlove will be featured speakers at a fundraiser hosted by the school’s Outdoor Leadership Academy to benefit The Nature Conservancy in Idaho. The event is a partnership between the OLA and WOW: The Generosity Project and aims to raise awareness about climate change and the impacts climate change has on mountain communities worldwide. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. The event is open to the public, with a suggested donation. Beverages and food will be available for sale and all funds raised will benefit The Nature Conservancy in Idaho.

English As A Second Language

6-8PM / Community Library / Ketchum

Free English as a Second Language for adults, cada martes. Abierto a todos los idiomas que quieren aprender ingles o mejorar sus habilidades. ¡Gratis! Open to adults of all languages who want to learn English or improve skills.

Trivia Night

7:30PM / Sawtooth Brewery / Ketchum

Games are free to play and are for everyone who likes to play games and win stuff. Each night there will be two games consisting of three rounds each. All ages are welcome. Tuesday is in Ketchum; games on Thursday are at the Brewhouse in Hailey.

Wed Mar 18

Sun Valley Film Festival

All Day / Various / Ketchum

The Sun Valley Film Festival will begin its five days of screenings, panels and labs, parties and gatherings. The Festival will open Wednesday with a special presentation of the documentary “Ruth” with director and Valley resident Freida Lee Mock in attendance. Select films will screen at The Argyros in Ketchum and the Sun Valley Opera House in Sun Valley. For more information, to purchase passes or find a detailed schedule, visit us at sunvalleyfilmfestival.org.

LIVE MUSIC

Fri Mar 13

Silver Dollar Music

9:30PM / Silver Dollar / Bellevue

The Heath Clark Band will play at Bellevue’s iconic cowboy saloon. There is never a cover and free lifts home are available. Thu Mar 12-Mar 16

Limelight Music

6PM / Limelight Hotel / Ketchum 

In the Lounge, enjoy free live musical entertainment with Kevin Ware on Thursday; Michaela French on Friday; Carl Massaro plays Saturday; Kevin Ware takes the stage again Sunday; and Red Light Challenge on Monday. Red Light Challenge will play and High Mountain Heard will play Tuesday, for St. Patrick’s Day. The family-friendly lounge also offers a play room and games for families to enjoy.

Fri Mar 13

Music At Whiskey’s

5:30PM / Whiskey Jacques’ / Ketchum

Folk-Rock Americana band Nick Sterling & the Nomads will play on Friday, and Envy Alo, soul music from Denver, will play Saturday. Doors open at 9 p.m. $5 entry.

Fri Mar 13 & Sat Mar 14

River Run

2:30-5PM / River Run Lodge / Ketchum

After a lively day on or off the mountain, enjoy live après-ski music in the lodge every weekend. Nick Sterling will play on Friday and Envy Alo will play Saturday. There is no cover and everyone is welcome.

Sat Mar 14

Live: Rosanne Cash

7:30PM / The Argyros / Ketchum

Roseanne Cash will perform at The Argyros with her husband John Leventhal. The daughter of Johnny Cash and a longtime artist in her own right, Rosanne has released 15 albums, won four Grammy Awards with 11 nominations, as well as having 21 Top 40 hits, including 11 No. 1 singles. She is currently on tour with a beautiful new album, “She Remembers Everything,” a poetic, lush and soulful collection of songs that reckon with a flawed and intricate world. For tickets, visit theargyros.org.

Tue Mar 17

St. Paddy’s Day Celebration

6PM / Mahoney’s / Bellevue

Live Irish tunes by Paddy Wagon from 6pm to 8pm. Corned beef and cabbage and lamb stew served all day long.