Join us in the shop every Wednesday from 2-5 with your needlepoint, knitting or crochet work in progress & enjoy an afternoon of stitching. All skill levels welcome.
Join us in the shop every Thursday from 5-7pm with your needlepoint, knitting or crochet work in progress & enjoy an evening of stitching. All skill levels welcome.
Dj BearSkinRug is set to bring the house down as he hosts the highly anticipated “50 years of Hip Hop” party, celebrating half a century of this iconic genre. With an extensive playlist spanning the evolution of hip hop, this event promises to be an unforgettable journey through the history of the culture and music that has shaped generations. General Admission • Flat Floor • Dance Party • All Ages
Local costumed actors and live animals unfold the reenactment of the events surrounding Jesus’ birth while vocalists set the scene musically and a Narrator tells the story. Featured again this year will be three live camels and a donkey from Camels R Fun in Idaho Falls. The production starts at 5:00 PM and will be finished by 6:15pm. Come early to get parking, seats, hot cocoa and cookies. Hay bale seating will be available, but please remember your blankets and hand warmers. DRESS WARMLY, it is an outdoor event
Join us for the 12th annual Empty Bowls Event on Sunday, January 21st. Blaine County Charitable Fund, Boulder Mountain Clayworks and the Church of the Big Wood are hosting the annual Empty Bowls event January 21st from 11:30 am – 2 pm at the Church of the Big Wood. Previously hosted and benefiting the Hunger Coalition, the fundraiser was handed over to the Blaine County Charitable Fund. Purchase a handmade bowl for $25 and fill with generous helpings of soup, chili, salad, bread and dessert from local chefs.
Please join us for a family-friendly holiday celebration! Festivities include a visit with Santa, Carolers, Christmas cookies, hors d’oeuvres, hot cider, hot chocolate and wine, underwritten by The Village Market . Then enjoy a concert of Christmas classics, favorites and sing-a-long songs by the Valley’s own Heidi Hogan. Kids 12 & under free. Tickets can be purchased at Sunvalleyopera.com or call 208-726-0991.
Skiing is not art, and skiers are not artists. Unless, of course, skiing is art and skiers are artists? Faction’s fourth feature film exhibits pure creativity through a series of freeski sequences—from the vibrant streets of Japan, to the powdery pillows of British Columbia, to the finely-manicured terrain parks of Switzerland and Italy. Each location provides a blank canvas for the team’s artistic expression. Because nothing screams “artist” like sending large cliffs and grinding the side of buildings. In co-production with Red Bull Media House. Tickets $12.00 in advance, $15.00 day of show
Teton Gravity Research presents its latest action-packed ski and snowboard film: Legend Has It. Ski lore is riddled with stories, sometimes of unknown origin, describing plausible but extraordinary past events. Often shared on chairlifts, the skintrack, or over a beer, these legendary tales, whether it be mythical storm cycles, heroic feats, or whispers of fantastical terrain, all contribute and shape our present experience. For 28 years Teton Gravity Research has been traveling the globe with the best athletes to the most incredible locations often based on this fabled history to uncover the experience…and sometimes creating legends of our own along the way. Tickets $12.00 in advance, $15.00 day of show
Celebrating over a quarter century of music making, the twice GRAMMY nominated Imani Winds has led both a revolution and evolution of the wind quintet through their dynamic playing, adventurous programming, imaginative collaborations, and outreach endeavors that have inspired audiences of all ages and backgrounds. The ensemble’s playlist embraces traditional chamber music repertoire, and newly commissioned works from voices that reflect historical events and the times in which we currently live.
EPOXY RESIN NIGHTMARE by Annabel Webster (NY based playwright originally from Sun Valley/Ketchum; Spot Young Co. Alumni) SHOW DESCRIPTION: Epoxy Resin Nightmare is a nonlinear play (or fever dream) about girlhood and generational curses in the gothic deserts of Southern Idaho. A mother and daughter sharing time, space, and god, connect through themes of sexuality, bodily preservation, and big stinkin’ white lilies. Annabel Webster’s first play at The Spot asks you to wish for a savior but believe in the carnage of women everlasting. Directed by Annabel Webster, Kagen Albright + Wyatt Root Movement Coordinator Julia Ott Stage Manager Wyatt Root with support from Elena Vorm featuring Spot Young Co. Alumni Chloe Khosrowshahi, Annabelle Lewis + Coco Vorm August 17-19 @ 7:30pm August 20 @ 4:00pm SPOT STUDIO SERIES: The Spot Studio Series is a selection of new and published theatrical works presented in our black box space with no frills (minimal tech.) These pop-up shows are stripped-back with short, galvanizing, concentrated rehearsal processes where actors and directors get to explore the text, source material and heart of the work. It’s our version of scene-study, but in classic Spot fashion, we do the whole thing. The Spot Studio Series …