The Hailey Memorial Day Ceremony is a special event that will take place on Monday, May 29th, 2023, at 11 am. Join the community as we come together to honor and pay our respects to the brave men and women who have served and are currently serving in our military. This ceremony is an opportunity to show our appreciation for their service and the sacrifices they have made to protect our freedom and safety. As part of our tribute to our fallen heroes, we will decorate over 420 veterans' graves with flags and carnations on Friday, May 26th, 2023. We will also place a Memorial wreath on the Blaine County Veterans monument in the cemetery as a symbol of our gratitude and respect. We will continue to share more details about the ceremony as we get closer to the event. Please note that masks are optional for this event Visit www.haileycemetery.com for up-to-date information. Admission: Free Location: Hailey Cemetery 511 Maple Ave - Hailey Contact: Please call Geegee Lowe 208-720-7395 or Katie 208-788-2007
Wildflower Walks 2023 is SBG’s 19th year of leading Wildflower Walks! Join us hiking slowly on nearby moderate to easy trails as we appreciate the blooming native plants of our area. Walks will be led by botanists, naturalists, birders, and wildflower enthusiasts. We will choose the trails earlier each week according to where flowers are actually blooming. Participants will meet at Sawtooth Botanical Garden (11 Gimlet Road, 4 miles south of Ketchum), and follow each other or carpool to the trailhead. Children under 14 are welcome with an adult. No dogs please! Bring clothing for possible weather, hiking shoes (no flip fops or dress shoes), sun protection, plenty of water, reusable water bottle and a lunch. A camera, field guide, binoculars and notebook may help with identifying and remembering plants. Click here for an optional packing list! June 1 Dollar White Clouds June 8 Camas Prairie June 15 Craters of the Moon June 22 Boulder View June 29 Greenhorn July 6 Taylor Creek July 13 Murdock SNRA *Locations are subject to change 9:00-9:15am arrive at SBG for directions and location information 9:30am promptly leave SBG Noon Lunch 3:00pm arrive back at SBG THIS IS A FREE EVENT! DONATIONS ARE WELCOME ...
JOIN US FOR A TRAIL SEASON KICK-OFF PARTY! AT THE ELEPHANT'S PERCH JUNE 1ST 5:00 - 7:00 PM Come celebrate the beginning of the 2023 trail season with us! NEW and renewing members get a free MiiR cup filled with beer and 20% off at Elephant's Perch (night of only). Food will be available for purchase from La Parilla food truck.
In the late 1970s, Todd Schwarz made his first excursions into the Pioneer Range just east of Sun Valley. He climbed a number of peaks including Hyndman, Cobb, and Old Hyndman in short order, then noticed a notation on the USGS topo map he'd been studying: Pioneer Cabin. Knowing nothing about it and expecting a collapsed, hardscrabble structure, he made his first trek up the Corral Creek Trail to the cabin and fell hard for the view as well as Pioneer Cabin's character. Over the next nearly 50 years, he's returned again and again and learned more about the origins and history of the place. In the course of his exploration, he's created a photographic record including early photos from the very first guided trip to the cabin in the winter of 1938 (courtesy of The Community Library). Todd will share his own experiences while including a geographic overview of the cabin's namesake Pioneer Range, a bit of Sun Valley history around the Alpine Touring operation, seasonal route information, and attempt to explain the allure of a place that has compelled him to return dozens of times over several decades. Todd Schwarz splits time between Hailey and Twin Falls and ...
Sawtooth Brewery is happy to announce Local Live Music series at the Tap Room in Hailey, Thursdays at 6:30pm with weekly food & drink specials. Bring your lawn chair, family & dog! Schedule May 11 - the 5B5 May 18 - Sawtooth Sheipwreck May 25 - Kevin Ware June 1 - Doghaus June 8 - Spaceheaters June 15 - Secuestrado
In response to unprecedented outdoor recreational grown in Idaho, HPL and University of Idaho/Rinker Rock Creek Ranch will host Chris Zajchowski, Ph.D., University of Idaho Assistant Professor of Parks, Tourism, and Recreation Ecology. Dr Zajchowski will examine local impact of the Interagency Visitor Use Management Framework, created by federal land management agencies to guide outdoor recreation management on federally-managed lands and waters. Held at Town Center West.
Throughout the year, The Limelight Lounge is the place to be in Ketchum for live local music. It's the perfect way to unwind after a day on the mountain. Order a beer and a few apps (or go all out with dinner from our menu), and enjoy some of the best local talent in an intimate setting. Live music schedule: November Fri 3rd- Travis McDaniel Sat 4th- Katie Buxton Fri 10th- Mark Mueller Sat 11th- Kevin Ware Fri 17th- Johnny & Jen Pisano Sat 18th- Michaela French Fri 24th- Soulbots Sat 25th- Soulbots
A Bilingual event/Un evento bilingüe Where: Croy Trailhead (43.488106, -114.367837) Dónde: Croy comienzo del sendero (43.488106, -114.367837) When: Saturday, June 3rd 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (lunch to follow at Hop Porter Park in Hailey) Cuándo: Sábado 3 de junio de 9:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. (seguirá el almuerzo en Hop Porter Park en Hailey) Difficulty: Easy - working close to the Trailhead Dificultad: Fácil - trabajando cerca del comienzo del sendero Project Description: In recognition of National Trails day we are working in collaboration with PUG, Pulaski User Group. We are having a family friendly event, where people can come out and help with some basic Trail Maintenance. We will meet at the Croy Trailhead, have some introductions, go over safety, get PPE, walk to the project and get working. Descripción del proyecto: En reconocimiento del Día Nacional de los Senderos, estamos trabajando en colaboración con PUG, Pulaski User Group. Tendremos un evento ideal para familias, donde la gente puede venir y ayudar con el mantenimiento básico de los senderos. Nos reuniremos en Croy comienzo del sendero, haremos algunas presentaciones, repasamos la seguridad, obtendremos EPP (equipo de protección personal), caminaremos hasta el proyecto y nos pondremos a trabajar. What to ...
The Wood River Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society and the Hunger Coalition are partnering to offer a rare opportunity for the public to purchase Idaho native plants on Saturday, June 3. Penstemons, globemallow, monkeyflower and more will be available. Experts will be on hand to offer growing and landscaping advice. The event will be held at the Coalition’s greenhouses at 110 Honeysuckle St. in Bellevue. INPS members will be allowed to purchase plants between 9:00-10:00 AM. The sale then opens to the public from 10:00 AM–1:00 PM. An INPS membership can be purchased on site the day of the sale.
The Papoose Club first started selling plants on vacant lots in Ketchum back in 1961. Initially volunteers trucked plants up from afar, but with the growing popularity of the event, Papoose Club began to collaborate with local gardening businesses.Webb Garden Centers has been partnering with the Papoose Club for many years now. Webb graciously donates a portion of their sales during the event to the Club. The Plant Extravaganza is usually held the first weekend in June.