Halloween ghosts and goblins aren’t the only ones planning to provide a little excitement in the valley this week. The community calendar is packed with events, from famed dancer Savion Glover to a ski flick at the Spud.

Here are some highlights. For more, see Wednesday’s Jackson Hole News&Guide Scene section.

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Opening reception for “Subversive Souvenirs,” 5:30 p.m. in Center for the Arts Theater and Lobby. University of Utah’s Horacio Rodriguez combines 3-D scanning and printing techniques with pre-Columbian ceramic processes for his politically charged sculptures. RSVP. JHCenterForTheArts.org.

Savion Glover workshop, 6-7:30 p.m. in Dancers’ Workshop Studio 1, Center for the Arts. Master tap dancer, choreographer, actor and teacher returns to Jackson to lead DW’s tap program. Second workshop Thursday. $10 donation. RSVP to 733-6398. DWJH.org.

Lazy Eyes, 7-10:30 p.m. in the Silver Dollar Showroom, Wort Hotel.

Brandon Jones Band, 8 p.m. at Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Through Saturday. MillionDollarCowboyBar.com.

Thursday, Oct. 28

Roadhouse Brewery benefit for Jackson Fire, 4-9 p.m. at the Roadhouse Taproom on Gregory Lane. Collectible mugs, costume contests, special beer release, silent auction, live music and food from Bovine and Swine all raise funds for volunteer firefighters. RoadhouseBrewery.com.

The Del McCoury Band, 7 p.m. in Silver Dollar Showroom, WortHotel.com.

Stargazing at Stilson, after dark in the far northwest corner of the Stilson parking lot, outside Wilson. Come and go as you please. WyomingStargazing.org.

Friday, Oct. 29

Tickets go on sale for multiplatinum country star Sara Evans’ Nov. 17 show at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. CowboyJH.com.

Trick or Treat on Town Square, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Downtown Jackson is overrun by creeps, ghouls, superheroes and just plain weirdos as the Halloween tradition endures. Businesses hand out buckets of candy, while the Chamber of Commerce holds a costume contest via social media, with awesome prizes at stake. JacksonHoleChamber.com.

Trunk or Treat, 5 p.m. at the Spud Drive-in outside Driggs, Idaho. Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation hosts a one-stop Halloween festival with treats, raffles, costume contests and a screening of Teton Gravity Research’s latest powder flick, “Stoke the Fire.” TVSEF.org.

“Thriller” workshop, 7-9 p.m. at Dancers’ Workshop Studio 2 in the Center for the Arts. Instructor Amy Kingwill leads would-be werewolves and zombies through the classic moves to Michael Jackson’s spine-tingling song. Once dancers have the moves down, the group will surprise unsuspecting folks with a flash-mob-style performance. Preregistration encouraged. 733-6398, DWJH.org.

Saturday, Oct. 30

Create your own Day of the Dead shrine, 1-5 p.m. at Teton County Library. Kids in grades K-5 can craft their own altares de muertos using sugar skulls, crosses or the design of choice. Free. TCLib.org.

Chanman Roots Band, 7-10:30 p.m. in Silver Dollar Showroom, Wort Hotel.

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