This Week for 3.6.13

By on March 6, 2013


Music on the wall

Kali Collado has been capturing the emotion of music through photography at the Pink Garter Theatre for the past couple of years. Join her at The Rose to relive the great shows that have come through town.

Music to the Eyes, 6 to 10 p.m., Wednesday, at The Rose. Free. 733-1500.


Give your business an edge

Join Erik Richardson for a free consultation session explaining business training grants, federal bonding, work opportunity tax credits and training and education. He will also talk about how employee recruitment can help build your business.

Grow Your Business, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, at the Teton County Library. Free. 733-2164;


A sniff of comedy

Three actors will play 16 roles as the players of Off Square Theatre recount the Sherlock Holmes story. Bob Berky directs the comical remake of these classic tales.

Hound of the Baskervilles, 7:30 p.m., Thursday to Thursday, Black Box Theatre in the Center for the Arts. $22/$16 733-4900;


Female filmmakers

In the last of a three-part series, the Women of Color Filmmakers will be holding a discussion examining gender, race, ethnicity and class issues. This week’s film is Saving Face, a romantic comedy written by Chinese American Alice Wu.

Women of Color Filmmakers film discussion, 6 p.m., Thursday, at the Center for the Arts. Free. 307-721-9243;


More than 200 artists have come together to create unsigned canvases to be sold for just $99 for the Art Association’s Whodunnit event. Artists include Amy Ringholz, Kathryn Turner, Tom Woodhouse and many more.

Whodunnit, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, at the Art Association of Jackson Hole. $10. 733-8792;


Bravo for good music

Enjoy music from the award-winning quintet WindSync, along with free cocktails and appetizers for Bravo! members. Patrons interested in this group for young members of the Grand Teton Music Festival are encouraged to attend.

Bravo! winter gathering, 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, at the Handle Bar in the Four Seasons Resort. Free. 733-9961;

The Billies

The Billies


Mocha and music

Winning multiple awards for their song “Mona Lisa,” Chrisie Santoni and Craig Smith of The Billies are in the middle of a national-wide “Coffeehouse Tour” with a stop at the Center this week.

The Billies, Friday, 4:30 p.m., at the Center for the Arts. Free. 733-4900;


Dancing for love

One of the most respected dance companies in the Northwest, the Eugene Ballet Company has teamed up with the Idaho Falls Symphony to bring the story of an evil sorcerer turned princess in the Queen of Swans.

Swan Lake Ballet, 7:30 p.m., Friday, at the Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium. $10 adults, $5 students. 208-529-1080;

Fri 3.8 &SAT 3.9

Sledneck soiree

Why wait until the end of the month for the snowmobiles to overtake Jackson? This weekend head to Pinedale for the Rocky Mountain States Hill Climb event at the White Pine Ski Resort.

White Pine Snowmobile Hill Climb, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday and Saturday, at White Pine Ski Resort. $5. 307-360-6182;


Salvation through cycling

Join producer Dan Cooper and pro-cyclist Scott Nydam before the film Rising From the Ashes, for a discussion about the film that showcases the rise of Rwanda genocide survivors into a national cycling team.

Rising From the Ashes, 6 p.m. Saturday, at the Center for the Arts. $10. 733-4900;

SAT 3.9 & SUN 3.10

How fast are you?

The Mini Hahnenekamm course at Snow King is the annual test to find the fastest skier in town. From the competitive race divisions to the fun “fat and baggy” division, pull out your best spandex or costume for this year’s Town Downhill.


Understanding girls

Having trouble getting inside the head of young girls? Join Carrie Kirkpatrick to discuss the relationship between character development and success, the power of peers and how adults can foster girls’ success.

What Makes Girls Thrive?, 6:15 p.m., Monday, at the Teton County Library Auditorium. Free. 733-2414; raisinggirlswyo.or

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