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Camp Rainbow Gold at the Hailey Farmer’s Market

Camp Rainbow Gold is excited to be at the Hailey Farmer’s Market on Saturday, August 12th, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.! Stop by our booth to learn about camps, programs, involvement opportunities and pick up some swag. Enjoy live music and other vendors after visiting with CRG. About Camp Rainbow Gold: Camp Rainbow Gold is an independent nonprofit organization providing emotionally empowering experiences to families who have experienced a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Camp Rainbow Gold offers oncology camps, sibling camps and family retreats, college scholarships and a teen support group. Its programs are sustained by community fundraising, private donations and volunteer efforts. Camp Rainbow Gold provides services to more than 400 Idaho family members, is supported by more than 300 volunteers from across the nation and has been accredited through the American Camp Association since 2002. Learn more at

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Arts & Culture, What We're Made Of

What We’re Made Of: Company of Fools

The Company of Fools (CoF) theater group has been putting on world-class stage productions in the Wood River Valley since the group relocated to Hailey in 1996. Founded in Rusty Wilson’s unheated garage in Richmond, Virginia in May 1992, Wilson and original CoF members Vicki Bodin, John Glenn, Denise Simone, Robert Throckmorton and Joel Vilinsky took inspiration for their name from an essay by visual artist Cecil Collins, “The Vision of the Fool”. Collins describes the fool as embodying truth, joy, creativity and a childlike wonder of all that is magical and mysterious. The CoF went on to launch three productions in their four years in the garage before Wilson and Simone relocated to Hailey to continue their work on the stage of Hailey’s Liberty Theatre, the Fools’ home.  In November 2012, the CoF merged with the Sun Valley Center for the Arts, becoming part of what is now the largest arts institution in the state of Idaho. And now, over 20 years later, the CoF is recognized for its award-winning theatre and arts education programming it has brought to the community. The group and the individuals who make it up have been consistently recognized for their contributions to the arts; …

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Arts & Culture

This is The Sun Valley Museum of Art

Nothing is more synonymous with the art culture of Ketchum than the Sun Valley Museum of Art. With its constant rotation of art exhibitions, music, lectures and workshops, educational outreach and more, it has a presence in every part of the Valley in every aspect of art, serving more than 40,000 patrons every year. SVMoA, as it’s known to locals, was founded in 1971 as The Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities making it the oldest arts organization in the Wood River Valley and the largest in the state of Idaho.  The Sun Valley Museum of Art has a long and storied history in Ketchum with the original campus of the Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities established on land deed by Bill Janss, owner of Sun Valley Company from 1964 to 1977. The property that is now home to the Sun Valley Community School was the original home of The Center; before that, it was the site of kennels for the Sun Valley Resort’s sled dogs. The Sun Valley Museum of Art has always provided a well-rounded experience of the arts, even in the early days offering art exhibitions, classes in photography, printmaking and ceramics, …