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Galleries, Non Profits

Living with Wolves

Step into the world of the wolf at the Living with Wolves Museum in Ketchum, Idaho, where wolf behavior and biology come to life through images of the Sawtooth Pack. Discover how the Dutchers lived with a pack of wolves for six years on the edge of Idaho’s Sawtooth Wilderness and the work they continue to do for wolves today. Come explore our National Geographic photography exhibit, view clips from our award-winning documentaries, and experience captivating wolf howls echoing throughout the gallery. If you are interested in a private group tour or hosting a private event after-hours, please contact us at (208) 928-4991 or info@livingwithwolves.org. Living with Wolves is a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging the public worldwide in education, outreach and research to promote truth and understanding about wolves, while encouraging coexistence and inspiring people to take action to protect them.  

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Arts, Galleries

Hemmings Gallery

Hemmings Gallery features the work of established and emerging artists with rotating shows that seek to inspire and consistently explore artistic boundaries. In partnership with the fine art studio Aurobora, the gallery oversees an extensive collection of monotypes by more than forty artists of national and international reputation created during the studio’s thirty year residency program in San Francisco & Sun Valley. The gallery also provides custom art packaging, delivery and installation.

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Myriam Esther Fine Art Gallery LLC.

Art is love. It’s that place of quietness where the soul dips itself in the realm of creation. Creations have always been part of my life. I started writing and illustrating children’s stories at 5 years old. As an adult, I became increasingly critical of my drawings. Therefore, I put more effort into illustrating them. One stroke at the time I realized that the drawings became my stories… Stories with no language barriers… Images more powerful than words… Creations that have lives of their own. Please come and meet them at my Art Gallery! Immerse yourself in their stories. Myriam Esther 3% of the profit goes to charities in Idaho for endangered species or Animals or Environment. 3% of the profit of specific artworks goes to charities for Children, Education and other charities.

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Clubs and Organizations, Non Profits, Recreation, Tourism

Stanley Museum

The Stanley Museum was built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It was used until 1972 as the Valley Creek Ranger Station, until the Sawtooth National Recreation Area was developed. Rangers used to live and work within the building, but it is now open to the public as a museum. There are a variety of exhibits in every room, some focusing on mining, while others focus on ranching. There is also a restored Ice House on site for visitors to enter, and see how food was refridgerated long ago.

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Book Stores, Galleries, Non Profits, Recreation, Tourism

Redfish Center and Gallery

Stop in at the Redfish Center and Gallery (located on the banks of Redfish Lake) to view our wide variety of books and maps. Managed by the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association (SIHA), a local non-profit, we hold books from local authors, detailing the history of the Sawtooth Valley, stories for the kids, and even memoirs from some local scientists. We have maps of the trails in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, the Salmon-Challis Forest, the Boise Forest, and the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. Stop in today to ask our Naturalists about these books and maps! All books and maps sales, plus donations and memberships, assist with providing educational programming and historical preservation to the Valley! We also host a Gallery inside the building. The artists are from all around Idaho, but gather their inspiration from the Sawtooth area. We have colorful paintings, incredible photography, and hand-made earrings and copper fish. 35% of each purchase from in the Gallery helps provide further educational programs to our visitors. Check out the view from the Center here! (Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical Association webcam)

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Arts, Galleries

Saddletree Gallery

Visit Saddletree Gallery near Town Square Tavern and Broschofsky Galleries in The Courtyard, directly across from Town Square. Saddletree Gallery is all things art and IdahoWe feature artists and art from Idaho and the Wood River Valley. Whether the White Clouds and Sawtooths or images of Baldy and posters of Sun Valley, we have great looking art to fill your walls. Posters, photographs, prints and original works featuring fish, wildlife, horses, mountain scenes, Ketchum and Sun Valley will remind you of the great times in the Wood River Valley and beyond.