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Are you a naturalist, field researcher, wildlife biologist or anyone whose expertise or field of study is related to nature in Jackson Hole, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem or the Mountain West?

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Boots, brushes, paints, grizzlies, mountains and running water — those are just a few details that make up the biggest attraction at Jackson Hole’s annual Fall Arts Festival: the QuickDraw.

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Even if you didn’t walk or race in Saturday’s Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities last weekend, you are still in the running to be a Jackson Hole philanthropist. But not for long.

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For long-term water protection, Protect Our Water Jackson Hole knows it needs to spur awareness and cooperation among individuals, businesses, elected officials and visitors.

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For the first time since the Dec. 22 death of Frank Londy, Jackson Hole’s longtime movie maven and theater owner, the Fall Film Festival is returning to MovieWorks Cinema.

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Boots, brushes, paints, grizzlies, mountains and running water — those are just a few details that make up the biggest attraction at Jackson Hole’s annual Fall Arts Festival: the QuickDraw.

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Even if you didn’t walk or race in Saturday’s Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities last weekend, you are still in the running to be a Jackson Hole philanthropist. But not for long.

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For long-term water protection, Protect Our Water Jackson Hole knows it needs to spur awareness and cooperation among individuals, businesses, elected officials and visitors.

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For the first time since the Dec. 22 death of Frank Londy, Jackson Hole’s longtime movie maven and theater owner, the Fall Film Festival is returning to MovieWorks Cinema.

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The Center for the Arts “Center Presents” fall lineup starts with a high-energy circus act and wraps up with a concert by Little Feat, a gumbo of American music styles from folk to rockabilly to funk. In between those two acts, the center will show off a variety of entertainment, including s…

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As part of its summer exhibit, “William Henry Jackson: Pioneer Photographer Works from the Tetons and Yellowstone,” the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum will host historian and author Bob Blair for slides and conversation about the 19th-century adventure lensman who as a member of …

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Jackson Hole’s popular Fourth of July Parade will start from the Teton County Fairgrounds at 10 a.m. today. The patriotic procession will follow its traditional route, marching down Snow King Avenue to Glenwood Street, up past the Center for the Arts to Broadway, and then passing by the Town…

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Riot Act Inc. is accepting submissions for its New Play Festival.

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Caravan of Glam, set for tonight at the Center for the Arts, will usher in the beauty, comedy and collective talent of internationally acclaimed performers to help Jackson Hole celebrate Pride Month.

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How loneliness and feelings of alienation hurt people in modern society had been on Leah Shlachter’s radar and when the pandemic arrived, it exacerbated it all.