Jan 13 – Mar 18 all-day Sun Valley Museum of Art
The Color of Sound explores the relationship between art and synesthetic experience. It features artwork by artists who are synesthetes – who experience synesthesia, the phenomenon by which certain people experience one sense through another – as well as work by artists who, though not synesthetes, seek to create synesthetic experiences for viewers. Synesthesia can take a wide variety of forms (perceiving letters or numbers as colors, for example, or associating a word with a scent or taste), but perception of sound as color or as shape has been particularly powerful for artists who have sought to convey synesthetic experiences. The artwork in the exhibition ranges from paintings, drawings and sculptures inspired by the synesthetic experience of music to film projections and an immersive installation.
Mar 10 – Mar 17 all-day Magic Lantern Cinemas
Discount Tuesdays are Back!    All Seats – All Shows — Only $6 Box office Opens Daily at 3:50pm We thank you all for your continued support. We’ll see you at the movies! See movies times at: https://mlcinemas.com/   We are a cash only business
Mar 15 – Mar 17 all-day Argyros Performing Arts Center
The Sun Valley Music Festival presents its fifth Winter Season at the Argyros Performing Arts Center from March 15-17, 2023. The program will feature Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, one of the most popular works in all classical music, in an arrangement for 21 brass and percussion musicians that captures the power and emotion of the original. Music Director Alasdair Neale will conduct the performances, which will also feature a series of short works showcasing the beauty and range of various instruments in the brass and percussion sections. Admission is free, and the atmosphere at the Argyros will be intimate, offering the perfect setting for audience members to experience this beautiful music up close and personal. This year’s program will feature two acts with an intermission, and the same program will be performed each evening. Tickets Admission is free, but space is limited, and reservations are required. Reservations for the public begin on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 9 a.m. (Mountain Time). Seating is limited to two seats per household for one performance. Reservations are available online at svmusicfestival.org. Festival donors of $6,000 and up may reserve seating early, beginning Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 9 a.m. (Mountain Time), by calling the ...
Mar 16 @ 10:00 am Sun Valley Culinary Institute
The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is pleased to offer tours open to the general public. Come see why we have become one of the most important and entertaining sites to visit in the Wood River Valley. As a full time location for both student culinary classes year round and personalized classes for the general public, SVCI is proud to open our doors and welcome visitors with coffee and donuts. Come see for yourself…free tours are offered every Thursday at 10AM
Mar 16 @ 11:00 am Galena Lodge
Strap on some snowshoes and check out the Sawtooth National Recreation Area’s winter wonderland! Learn about the history of the Galena Lodge area and the magical landscape of winter ecology and animal tracking. January 5th – March 23 – Snowshoe with a Ranger every Thursday at 11 am. Meet on the porch of Galena Lodge. Program lasts about 2 hours and covers 1.5 miles with stops along the way. Rent snowshoes online ahead of time from Galena Lodge (see below). To register for the tour call SNRA at 208-727-5000. Each tour will be limited to 10 people. ​Dress warmly in layers and wear insulated boots, gloves, hat, sunglasses and mask.
Mar 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Flourish Foundation
Come explore the human value, Ethics in this evening conversation!
Mar 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm The Community Library
What happens to a community as it faces the changes that come with growth and change? As we’ve all felt the effects of Idaho being the fastest growing state in the nation, many of us have wondered what lies ahead for our community. Will wildlife still wander down Main Street? Will recreation still be as memorable? Will this valley still be the kind of place we all love to live, work, and play in? This fall, at the Sun Valley Economic Forum, Dr. Jaap Vos gave a talk about the incredibly difficult conversation and community discussions that need to happen in the face of growth and change. This moving presentation was a highlight of the Sun Valley Economic Forum, and has prompted plenty of discussion. In a recent “Our View” opinion from the Idaho Mountain Express, we’re reminded that we’ve had to navigate these hard questions before. For Blaine County and its cities in the 1970s, adapting to change was a do-it-yourself project. Unlike nearly any other communities in the nation, they adopted zoning that kept commercial development off the highway, development off its hillsides and protected downtown vitality and livability. This is why the Sun Valley area is still ...
Mar 17 – Mar 23 all-day Magic Lantern Cinemas
Discount Tuesdays are Back!    All Seats – All Shows — Only $6 Box office Opens Daily at 3:50pm We thank you all for your continued support. We’ll see you at the movies! See movies times at: https://mlcinemas.com/   We are a cash only business
Mar 17 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Free one-on-one or small group tutoring for native Spanish speakers. Participants can ask for help on a particular topic, for example to practice numbers, or come simply to engage in conversation at any level. Town Center West
Mar 17 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Tutoría gratuita individual o en grupos pequeños para hablantes nativos de español. Los participantes pueden pedir ayuda sobre un tema en particular, por ejemplo, practicar números, o simplemente acudir para entablar una conversación a cualquier nivel. Town Center West. Viernes, a partir del 13 de enero; 5:00-6:00 PM
Mar 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Inglés conversacional con el tutor Leonardo Padilla Sacha es los viernes de 6:00 a 7:30 PM. Esta es una clase gratis para hablantes nativos de español de todos los niveles en un ambiente estructurado pero informal. Habra hablantes nativos de ingles disponibles para ayudar. “Drop-ins” bienvenidos, no hay necesidad de registrarse con anticipation. Las classes son en Town Center West (atras de la biblioteca de Hailey).
Mar 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Conversational English with tutor Leonardo Padilla Sacha is Fridays, 6:00-7:30 PM. A free class for native Spanish speakers of all abilities in a structured but informal atmosphere. Native English speakers are also on hand to assist. Drop-ins welcomed. Free. Town Center West
Mar 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Hailey Ice
2022/2023 SUNS SCHEDULE Games are 7:00 –  9:00 PM All games at Campion Ice House in Hailey, ID Family Season Pass Memberships, weekend passes, and single game tickets can be purchased here. Season Pass Holders must present their passes at the ticket booth for entry to games. December 2/3 Home vs Bozeman Stingers (tickets) 9/10 Home vs Arizona Desert Dogs (tickets) 16/17 Away @ McCall Mountaineers 23 Home vs Future Suns (tickets) 30/31Home vs McCall Mountaineers (tickets) January 13/14 Home vs Wilmington Wheels (tickets) 20/21 Home vs East Coast Guttersnipes (tickets) 27/28 Away @ Bozeman Stingers February 3/4 OFF for Suns Boulder Mountain Tour Aid Station Extravaganza (Cathedral Pines) 10/11 Home vs Michigan State Spartans Alumni (tickets) 17/18 Home vs Vermont Switchbacks (tickets) 24/25 Home vs Holy Cross Crusaders (tickets) March 10/11 Away @ Breckenridge Vipers 17/18 Home: Eclipse Cup – Sun Valley Suns vs Boston’s Moon Mountain Moons (tickets)
Mar 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Hailey Ice
2022/2023 SUNS SCHEDULE Games are 7:00 –  9:00 PM All games at Campion Ice House in Hailey, ID Family Season Pass Memberships, weekend passes, and single game tickets can be purchased here. Season Pass Holders must present their passes at the ticket booth for entry to games. December 2/3 Home vs Bozeman Stingers (tickets) 9/10 Home vs Arizona Desert Dogs (tickets) 16/17 Away @ McCall Mountaineers 23 Home vs Future Suns (tickets) 30/31Home vs McCall Mountaineers (tickets) January 13/14 Home vs Wilmington Wheels (tickets) 20/21 Home vs East Coast Guttersnipes (tickets) 27/28 Away @ Bozeman Stingers February 3/4 OFF for Suns Boulder Mountain Tour Aid Station Extravaganza (Cathedral Pines) 10/11 Home vs Michigan State Spartans Alumni (tickets) 17/18 Home vs Vermont Switchbacks (tickets) 24/25 Home vs Holy Cross Crusaders (tickets) March 10/11 Away @ Breckenridge Vipers 17/18 Home: Eclipse Cup – Sun Valley Suns vs Boston’s Moon Mountain Moons (tickets)
Mar 20 @ 10:30 am The Community Library
Join us on Mondays at 10:30 am in the Treehouse in the Children’s Library for Story Time. Story Time is best suited for preschool age children; no unattended children please!
Mar 21 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm The Community Library
The National Library of Israel has the honor of holding the third largest collection in the world of Franz Kafka’s original manuscripts, letters, and drawings; it represents a significant perspective of Kafka’s legacy. While Kafka did not foresee the sacred value of his work, his friend Max Brod, who was part of Kafka’s literary circle, did and he preserved Kafka’s material even when instructed not to do so. Dr. Stefan Litt, Humanities Curator of the National Library of Israel, will not only share highlights of the Kafka archives, but will tell the story behind the Kafka collection and how it ultimately came to the National Library of Israel. Stefan Litt received his PhD in Pre-Modern History from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has researched and taught at the universities of Erfurt, Duesseldorf, Graz and Bar-Ilan in Israel, and has published on the history of early modern European Jewry and on Jewish archives and book culture. He was awarded the Rosl and Paul Arnsberg Prize for his research. Since 2010, he has worked as an archivist at the National Library of Israel, responsible for the foreign language holdings. In 2018, Dr. Litt assumed the position of Humanities Curator of the ...
Mar 22 all-day BCRD Nordic and Snowshoe Trails
For four days this season, BCRD welcomes the community to enjoy free Nordic skiing and snowshoeing on all BCRD winter trails. The 32-kilometer multi-use Wood River Trail, which runs from Ketchum to Bellevue, is always free. The Wood River Trail is groomed every other day and is open to skiers, walkers, dogs, and fat-bikes. The Ski Free Days for the 2022/23 season are: Saturday, December 10 Sunday, January 8 Saturday, February 25 Wednesday, March 22 For Ski Free Day on Saturday December 10th at Galena: – Free rentals at Galena (no reservations) – Free 30 minute skate or classic group lessons at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, and 1:00 (no reservations – just walk into the shop)  
Mar 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Flourish Foundation
Join the Flourish Foundation for this weekly meditation and yoga lead by Ryan Redman.  
Mar 23 @ 10:00 am Sun Valley Culinary Institute
The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is pleased to offer tours open to the general public. Come see why we have become one of the most important and entertaining sites to visit in the Wood River Valley. As a full time location for both student culinary classes year round and personalized classes for the general public, SVCI is proud to open our doors and welcome visitors with coffee and donuts. Come see for yourself…free tours are offered every Thursday at 10AM
Mar 23 @ 11:00 am Galena Lodge
Strap on some snowshoes and check out the Sawtooth National Recreation Area’s winter wonderland! Learn about the history of the Galena Lodge area and the magical landscape of winter ecology and animal tracking. January 5th – March 23 – Snowshoe with a Ranger every Thursday at 11 am. Meet on the porch of Galena Lodge. Program lasts about 2 hours and covers 1.5 miles with stops along the way. Rent snowshoes online ahead of time from Galena Lodge (see below). To register for the tour call SNRA at 208-727-5000. Each tour will be limited to 10 people. ​Dress warmly in layers and wear insulated boots, gloves, hat, sunglasses and mask.
Mar 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm The Community Library
Join The Community Library for a conversation with Peter Mann, Writer-In-Residence at the Hemingway House and author of “The Torqued Man”: a brilliant debut novel, at once teasing literary thriller and a darkly comic blend of history and invention, set in wartime Berlin and propelled by two very different but equally mesmerizing voices: a German spy handler and his Irish secret agent, neither of whom are quite what they seem. Named one of the Best Books of 2022 by The New Yorker. Mann will be in conversation with the Library’s executive director, Jenny Emery Davidson. A book signing will follow. Berlin—September, 1945. Two manuscripts are found in rubble, each one narrating conflicting versions of the life of an Irish spy during the war. One of them is the journal of a German military intelligence officer and an anti-Nazi cowed into silence named Adrian de Groot, charting his relationship with his agent, friend, and sometimes lover, an Irishman named Frank Pike. In De Groot’s narrative, Pike is a charismatic IRA fighter sprung from prison in Spain to assist with the planned German invasion of Britain, but who never gets the chance to consummate his deal with the devil. Meanwhile, the other ...
Mar 23 @ 6:30 pm Sun Valley Opera House, Sun Valley Resort
Tenor Ashley Faatoalia and Soprano Marina Harris star in a Crossover Concert “Duets: Songs from Around the World” featuring Opera, Musical Theater, American and More. Doors Open at 6:00pm Concert 6:30pm
Mar 24 – Mar 30 all-day Magic Lantern Cinemas
Discount Tuesdays are Back!    All Seats – All Shows — Only $6 Box office Opens Daily at 3:50pm We thank you all for your continued support. We’ll see you at the movies! See movies times at: https://mlcinemas.com/   We are a cash only business
Mar 24 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Free one-on-one or small group tutoring for native Spanish speakers. Participants can ask for help on a particular topic, for example to practice numbers, or come simply to engage in conversation at any level. Town Center West
Mar 24 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Tutoría gratuita individual o en grupos pequeños para hablantes nativos de español. Los participantes pueden pedir ayuda sobre un tema en particular, por ejemplo, practicar números, o simplemente acudir para entablar una conversación a cualquier nivel. Town Center West. Viernes, a partir del 13 de enero; 5:00-6:00 PM
Mar 24 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Inglés conversacional con el tutor Leonardo Padilla Sacha es los viernes de 6:00 a 7:30 PM. Esta es una clase gratis para hablantes nativos de español de todos los niveles en un ambiente estructurado pero informal. Habra hablantes nativos de ingles disponibles para ayudar. “Drop-ins” bienvenidos, no hay necesidad de registrarse con anticipation. Las classes son en Town Center West (atras de la biblioteca de Hailey).
Mar 24 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Hailey Public Library/Town Center West
Conversational English with tutor Leonardo Padilla Sacha is Fridays, 6:00-7:30 PM. A free class for native Spanish speakers of all abilities in a structured but informal atmosphere. Native English speakers are also on hand to assist. Drop-ins welcomed. Free. Town Center West
Mar 26 @ 8:00 pm The Argyros
San Jose Taiko was founded in 1973 as only the third such group to form outside of Japan. They are recognized as pioneers in contemporary Taiko and have been instrumental to the growth of the art form, helping to nurture an ecosystem that now supports more than 500 groups spread throughout North America. San Jose Taiko teaches, performs, and expands the Taiko art form.
Mar 27 @ 10:30 am The Community Library
Join us on Mondays at 10:30 am in the Treehouse in the Children’s Library for Story Time. Story Time is best suited for preschool age children; no unattended children please!
Mar 28 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm The Community Library
For twelve years the Golden State Killer terrorized California, stalking victims and killing without remorse. Then he simply disappeared, for the next forty-four years, until an amateur DNA sleuth opened her laptop. In “I Know Who You Are: How An Amateur DNA Sleuth Unmasked The Golden State Killer And Changed Crime Fighting Forever,” Barbara Rae-Venter reveals how she went from researching her family history as a retiree to hunting for a notorious serial killer—and how she became the nation’s leading authority on investigative genetic genealogy, the most dazzling new crime-fighting weapon to appear in decades. Rae-Venter leads readers on a vivid journey through the many cases she tackled, often starting with little more than a DNA sample. From the first criminal case she ever solved to the search for the Golden State Killer, Rae-Venter shares haunting, often thrilling accounts of how she helped solve some of America’s most chilling cold cases in the span of just three years. “I Know Who You Are” captures both the exhilaration of the moment of discovery and the sheer depth of emotion that lingers around cold cases, informing Rae-Venter’s careful approach to her work. It is a story of relentless curiosity, of constant invention ...