Summer Concert Series to Save the Block, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the Genevieve Block’s green space. Series finale to raise awareness for the $4.4 million specific purpose excise tax measure to move the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum to the block. Free. Visit and search “Summer Concert Series to Save the Block” for information. See page 5.

Jackson Hole Chamber Music, 7 p.m. tonight and Friday and 3 p.m. Sunday. A gathering of classical music, or “Schubertiade.” Works by Schubert and Mozart and newer composers like Jessie Montgomery will be performed, among other classical works. $50; $135 for a “subscription” to all three See page 5.


Western Visions Show and Sale: Artist Party, 6-9 p.m. at National Museum of Wildlife Art. View art, place bids and mingle with artists before the big sale. $150. One of many Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival events taking place this week. See page 10 and 11 for a full festival schedule.

Beers and Banter: Jackson Hole Mountain Guides, 7-8:30 p.m. at Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. Stories from the 50-plus year history of Jackson Hole Mountain Guides. Beer from Roadhouse Brewing Co. will be available for a $5 donation. See page 14.


Snow King’s Oktoberfest, 5-8 p.m. at Snow King Mountain Resort. Prost! Oktoberfest is here. $25 a ticket. Go online to for information and to buy tickets in advance. See page 15.

Pie auction, 6 p.m. at Senior Center of Jackson Hole. Prime rib dinner plus pie auction to benefit the senior center. Tickets cost $40. Call 733-7300 to reserve a table. See page 15.

Art opening: “Things to do in Jackson Hole,” 8-10 p.m. at The Rose. This is Gisele Olson’s first exhibition. Free. See page 8.


Tee-Off For Transplant, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at The Links at Teton Peaks. Golf tournament and community barbecue to support 13-year-old boy Raith Wehner, who needs a life-saving kidney transplant. Contact Cristine Wehner at 413-0731 or with questions. $300 for a foursome; $80 for an individual; $20 for barbecue and lawn games only. See story on page 12.

Grand Targhee Resort’s Oktoberfest, noon-5 p.m. at Grand Targhee Resort. You know the deal: beer and revelry at the bottom of the West side of the Tetons’ ski resort. $10 for a 10-ounce mug. Tastings for an additional $3. See page 15.

FarOutFest and the world premiere of “Winterland,” 1-9:30 p.m. at Teton Village. Festival celebrates Teton Gravity Research’s new film, “Winterland.” The bike park will open at noon, and the festival will start at 1 p.m., with screenings of “Winterland” at 3:30 and 8 at Walk Festival Hall. Festival is free and open to the public. Screening prices vary. See page 18.

Rescuefest, 5-7 p.m. at Snow King Resort. Fundraiser for Teton County Search and Rescue volunteers. Suggested donation $20. Visit and search “Rescuefest.” See page 13.

Astronaut Reid Wiseman on “Social Media in Space,” 7-9 p.m. at Teton Science Schools’ Jackson campus. Wiseman served aboard the International Space Station. $25 for adults; free for students and kids; Use promo code “JHEVENTCALENDAR” at checkout and receive $5 off each adult ticket. See page 17.


Open rehearsal: Hubbard Street Dance Company, 3 p.m. at Dancers’ Workshop Studio 1. Open rehearsal for Chicago dance company that’s in the middle of a 17-day residency at Dancers’ Workshop. $10 suggested donation. See page 14 for information about the residency.


Craft Beer Dinner, 5-7 p.m. at Haydens Post. Wake up your taste buds with a dinner that celebrates craft beer. Purchase tickets on Facebook or call Haydens Post at 734-3187. $45.; search “craft beer dinner.” See page 14.

What Does it Mean to Meditate or Pray? 5:30-7 p.m. at Medicine Wheel Wellness. “Conversations,” a new monthly meeting that will explore what encompasses a toxic lifestyle. Bring a notebook and pen to jot down your most valued points. $15.


Dance for People Living with Parkinson’s, 2-3:15 p.m. at Dancers’ Workshop. Three-week dance workshop for the Parkinson’s community, including people living with the disease, their caretakers, spouses, family and friends. No dance experience is required. Free; register in advance.


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