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 first gallery walk of the winter! On view is our annual holiday group show, Deck the Walls, showcasing new work by our artists and featuring teasers for our winter/spring exhibitions.
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
Step Afrika! blends percussive dance styles practiced by historically African American fraternities and sororities, traditional African dances, and an array of contemporary dance and art forms into a cohesive, compelling artistic experience. Performances are much more than dance shows; they integrate songs, storytelling, humor, and audience participation. The blend of technique, agility, and pure energy makes each performance unique and leaves the audience with their hearts pounding.
A New Year’s yoga retreat in Stanley, Idaho. Begin your year with nourishing yoga, food, and hot springs in the Sawtooth mountains. Thursday Shuttle service from Sun Valley airport 2pm-4pm Arrivals, tea & biscuits served 4pm-5pm Set intentions, personally and as a group for the retreat 5pm-6:30pm Evening practice 6:30pm-7pm Prepare for dinner 7pm-8pm Dinner 8pm-10pm Relax and decompress in the hot tub Friday 9am-11am Morning practice, meditation & breath work 11:30am-12:30pm Brunch 1pm-3pm Hike to Redfish Lake 3pm-4pm Light lunch 4pm-5pm Guided meditation & tea sampling 5pm-6:30pm Evening practice 7pm-8pm Dinner 9pm Hot springs Saturday 9am-11am Morning Practice, meditation, & breath work 11:30am-12:30pm Brunch 1pm-2:30pm Yin Yoga 3pm-4:30pm Light lunch, tea time, journal/reflect 5pm-6:30pm Evening practice, restorative yoga 7pm-8pm Dinner 9pm Hot springs Sunday 9am-10:30am Morning Practice 11am-12pm Brunch 12:30pm-1pm Closing Meditation 1pm Farewell
Ski Towns all have unsaid rules, but Sun Valley in the winter comes with its own set of tips and tricks that can make your day here even better!
Chief Deputy for the Blaine County Sheriff’s Department, Will Fruehling, has been patrolling the streets of the Wood River Valley for over 20 years. Since starting his career as a patrol officer for the Ketchum Police Department in 1995, Fruehling has been a patrol deputy, a Sergeant, Investigator for the Idaho Department of Corrections, and was appointed to his current position in 2017 by Sheriff Harkins. As a local and a police officer, Fruehling has seen plenty of visitors come and go over the years and through the seasons. So we asked him some tips on driving and parking, what his driving pet peeves are, and Fruehling settles the Miscellany II debate between left-lane drivers and right-lane once and for all. What tips do you have for visitors who haven’t driven in snow before? Will: “Obviously, the first thing is for people to slow down when the road’s covered in snow or when the road is slick. You see these people who wiz by and then you see them right in front of you at the next stoplight in town and you’re like, they made it at the same time that I did, but they went too fast for these …