Higher Ground’s Hero’s Journey Gala

The Annual Higher Ground Hero’s Journey Gala includes cocktail hour, dinner, notable speakers, live and silent auction opportunities. This much-anticipated celebration highlights the individuals whose bravery reflects the spirit of our organization, and our nation. Hero’s Journey is an evening to support Higher Ground’s mission as we honor those who inspire others. ​ 2023 Hero’s Journey Gala Speaker: LTG H.R. McMaster July 6, 2023 Ketchum, ID

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Higher Ground’s Supper Club

Join us in celebrating Higher Ground’s local adaptive sports programs at a fun casual evening at The Argyros. Cocktails and heavy apps, hosted by actor/comedian Hayes MacArthur. Be inspired and support inclusion in the outdoors!

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Higher Ground’s Muffy Davis Cup

Join Higher Ground for a fun day of racing for HG programs at the Muffy Davis Cup! Create a team of 4 and learn to race in adaptive ski equipment. Skip racing and join us at 4pm for awards and après including complimentary drinks and apps while we fundraise for HG programs. Get ready, set, race for inclusion in skiing for all!

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Sun Valley Culinary Institute Annual Dance Party

Patti and Don McGrath, Jill and Lee Pollock, and the Sun Valley Culinary Institute Invite You to Kick off the Summer Season at our Annual Dance Party. Please celebrate summer 2023 with us and be treated to a seasonal cuisine created by the School’s Chef, Andy Floyd.

Color Our World

The Advocates’ invite you to Color Our World this summer!All donations to the Color Our World campaign will be represented by a colored ribbon that will be displayed in Memory Park from June 24 to July 1. With your help, the park will be festooned with colorful ribbons, connecting us together in our shared vision for a community free from emotional and physical abuse.

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Mountain Humane Paws Up Party

The Paws Up Party is our annual fundraising event to support the lifesaving mission of Mountain Humane. This special evening, by invitation only, benefits the homeless animals of the Wood River Valley.

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Papoose Club Plant Extravaganza at Webb

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.