Shed a tear
Teton County Library’s last “Swap Meet” of the season is here.
County Commissioner Natalia D. Macker and Town Councilor Hailey Morton Levinson will send the season of civic engagement off with a discussion of two articles: “To Really Learn, Our Children Need the Power of Play” from The Wall Street Journal and “Why the U.S. Has Long Resisted Universal Child Care” from The New York Times.
The meeting is set for 6 to 7:30 p.m. today at the library.
For information, visit TCLib.org/1351/swap-meet.
Puck in play
After an eventful opening bout against the Park City Miners — the News&Guide’s sports editor counted three fights Friday night (read a game review on page 1C of this week’s Sports section) — Jackson Hole Moose Hockey is back this weekend for the second matchup of the season.
This week’s opponent is the Portland Legends.
Games start at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Snow King Sports and Events Center. Tickets cost $10 and $5 for kids.
Information can be found at JHMoose.org.
An opening day
The west side of the Tetons, Grand Targhee Resort, is set to open.
Even though there’s not much snow right now, the mountain is will start spinning its lifts at 9 a.m. Friday, conditions permitting. Lift tickets cost $98 for adults, $72 for seniors, $41 for juniors, $45 for military. They’re free for children 5 and younger.
Check out GrandTarghee.com for information.
Shoot a turkey
Well, maybe not a turkey. How ’bout a target?
The Teton County/Jackson Recreation Center will open its doors for a Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot and Food Drive from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Registration closes at 12:30 p.m.
The Turkey Shoot is an archery-only affair, and the Rec Center will provide all equipment needed. No outside gear is allowed. There will be four divisions: 8 and under, 9 to 12, 13 to 17, and 18 and older.
The entry fee is a donation of a nonperishable food item, which will help fill the shelves at the Jackson Cupboard.
Visit TinyURL.com/turkeyfood19 for a list of suggested donations.
Call 739-9025 for information. Happy holidays and happy shooting.
Play sled hockey
Ski season is right around the corner (for the resort skier), but Teton Adaptive Sports is spinning up some indoor winter programming a few weeks ahead of the mountain rush.
This Sunday brings the second of nine sled hockey and adaptive skating sessions that the local nonprofit, which works with disabled athletes, plans to put on throughout the winter.
Sunday’s session will run from 1:45 to 3:15 p.m. at Snow King Sports and Events Center. Like the other eight sessions, Sunday’s is free.
Show up with warm layers, hiking shoes (or skates, if you have them) and warm gloves. Teton Adaptive Sports will provide sleds, gear and organization. Members of Jackson Hole Moose Hockey will help with the games and provide general tips and tricks for playing hockey.
Visit TetonAdaptiveSports.com for information. You can add all nine dates to your calendar using the “Export Events” button on Teton Adaptive Sports’ online calendar.
Scholarships for babes
Calling all badass women looking to adventure in the outdoors this winter.
Applications are open for Jackson Hole Babe Force’s 2019-20 season scholarship programs, which include awards in six areas, including funding for a level 1 avalanche course, cash to join the so-called “rad mom gathering” and a few bucks to choose your own education. For information on those three scholarships, as well as details on the three others babe force offers and how to apply, check out TinyURL.com/babescholarships.
The deadline to submit an application is Nov. 27. Winners will be announced at a Dec. 10 party.
And men — if you’re reading this, let your mothers, sisters, wives, daughters, girlfriends, friends and other rockin’ women in your life know what’s up.
Visit JacksonHoleBabeForce.com for information. Read a full article about the scholarships in this week’s Sports Section.
— Billy Arnold