Warm Springs Preserve Open House

Warm Springs Preserve

Stop by Warm Springs Preserve (on Bald Mountain Road, off Warm Springs Road) for a warm drink, cookies and exciting information regarding the restoration and facility improvements taking place at the Preserve. Then later in the day join us to celebrate the Winter Solstice at Ketchum Town Square from 5 - 7pm Hot cocoa & treats by LeRoy's Ice Cream Hot Toddies by Warfield Distillery & Brewery Live Music by Pisten Bullys Star Gazing

Winter Solstice Celebration

Ketchum Town Square

Join us to celebrate the Winter Solstice at Ketchum Town Square from 5 - 7pm | Free Event Hot cocoa & treats by LeRoy's Ice Cream Hot Toddies by Warfield Distillery & Brewery Live Music by Pisten Bullys Star Gazing

Pond Hockey Classic

Christina Potters Ice Rink

The 16th Annual Idaho Pond Hockey Classic is returning to Christina Potters Ice Rink on January 13 and 14. Registration starts December 1. You can register your team (8 players per team, 18+, $100/team) at ketchumidaho.org/registration, or contact John Kearney in the Rec Department: jkearney@ketchumidaho.org, (208) 726 - 7820 ext. 100.

Main Street Construction Project

The Argyros

The city of Ketchum will host two public presentations this month to share the latest design iterations for Main Street's rebuild. Topics to be presented: Revised project design and scope, based on community feedback, including travel lanes, intersections, and pathways and amenities for cyclists and pedestrians. Street closures, detours, and business access. Construction schedule. Reservations are appreciated RSVP by email at participate@ketchumidaho.org. More information on the project at www.projectketchum.org/main-street/  

Main Street Construction Project

Ketchum City Hall

The city of Ketchum will host two public presentations this month to share the latest design iterations for Main Street's rebuild. Topics to be presented: Revised project design and scope, based on community feedback, including travel lanes, intersections, and pathways and amenities for cyclists and pedestrians. Street closures, detours, and business access. Construction schedule. Reservations are appreciated RSVP by email at participate@ketchumidaho.org. February 15th | 5:30pm  at The Argyros Performing Arts Center February 16th | 11:30am  at Ketchum City Hall. *This presentation is accessible via webinar: https://ketchumidaho-org.zoom.us/j/81666829731. The webinar will be recorded and can be accessed later at www.projectketchum.org. More information on the project at www.projectketchum.org/main-street/  

Ketchum Comprehensive Plan Update Presentation

Limelight Hotel

The city of Ketchum will host two public presentations to share information about trends and conditions in Ketchum, and potential implications for its future, as part of the Comprehensive Plan update. Please join us at the following presentations: Wednesday, April 24, 5:30-7 PM: Limelight Hotel Thursday, April 25, 12-1:30 PM: Ketchum City Hall

Ketchum Comprehensive Plan Update Presentation

Ketchum City Hall

The city of Ketchum will host two public presentations to share information about trends and conditions in Ketchum, and potential implications for its future, as part of the Comprehensive Plan update. Please join us at the following presentations: Wednesday, April 24, 5:30-7 PM: Limelight Hotel Thursday, April 25, 12-1:30 PM: Ketchum City Hall

“Homelessness Is a Housing Problem” with Gregg Colburn

The Community Library

In their book "Homelessness Is a Housing Problem: How Structural Factors Explain U.S. Patterns," Gregg Colburn and Clayton Page Aldern seek to explain the substantial regional variation in rates of homelessness in cities across the United States. In a departure from many analytical approaches, Colburn and Aldern shift their focus from the individual experiencing homelessness to the metropolitan area. Using accessible statistical analysis, they test a range of conventional beliefs about what drives the prevalence of homelessness in a given city—including mental illness, drug use, poverty, weather, generosity of public assistance, and low-income mobility—and find that none explain the regional variation observed across the country. Instead, housing market conditions, such as the cost and availability of rental housing, offer a far more convincing account. With rigor and clarity, "Homelessness Is a Housing Problem" explores U.S. cities' diverse experiences with housing precarity and offers policy solutions for unique regional contexts. In partnership with the City of Ketchum, Blaine County Housing Authority, and Spur Community Foundation. Gregg Colburn is an Associate Professor in the Runstad Department of Real Estate in the College of Built Environments at the University of Washington. He publishes research on topics related to housing and homelessness and is ...

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Ketchum Coffee Talks presented by The Chamber

Silver Creek Outfitters

The City of Ketchum's next Coffee Talk will take place at Silver Creek Outfitters on Tuesday June 4th from 9-10 am. We hope to see you there. About Coffee Talks: Coffee Talks are offered the 1st Tuesday morning of each month. Subjects vary: Ketchum Main Street Project, Parking, keeping business healthy during development and more. Free and open to everyone Coffee and treats will be provided For more information contact The Chamber at 208-788-3484 or info@valleychamber.org

Event Series Ketch’em Alive

Ketch’em Alive

Forest Service Park

The City of Ketchum is pleased to announce the 2024 Ketch'em Alive free summer concert series, which brings live music to Forest Service Park (131 River Street East, Ketchum) every Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., June 18 through Aug.  6. This year’s concerts feature a vibrant lineup of national and regional acts offering up an eclectic mix of Folk, Soul, Funk, Pop, R&B, County, Classic Rock, and more.  Bring your family and friends—all concerts are free and open to the public. Pack a picnic to bring or enjoy the variety of food and beverage options available to purchase from local, onsite vendors. 2024 Ketch'em Alive schedule: June 18: Side Hustle A talented group of musicians performing your favorite 80’s and 90’s hits, along with old-school R&B, Soul, and Funk. June 25: Darci Carlson One of the Valley’s favorite cover bands will perform an eclectic mix of Rock, Country, Bluegrass, Pop, and Funk. July 2: The Asymptomatics More post-punky than funky, this 7-piece band has a vibe all their own that blends influences from Cream and the Allman Brothers with Disco and dance grooves. July 9: Tom Conneely and the Birds of Paradise A country-tinged rock project showcasing accentuated, ...

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