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The Great American Eclipse is coming to Jackson Hole! Are you prepared?

                          On August 21, 2017, at around 10:16 am, Jackson Hole will start to go dark. By 11:35am it will be really dark and what some are calling “The Great American Eclipse of 2017” will cast an epic shadow over Jackson Hole that will last over 2 minutes (2:15 to be exact). This period, known as the...
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More snow coming to Jackson Hole! Here are some good tips to stay safe from Teton County Emergency Management

This recently came across our desk and we thought this message from Teton County Emergency Management was worth sharing! Knowing the risks is first step in mitigating them. Enjoy the snow and stay safe out there. Press Release from Teton County Emergency Management February 6, 2017, With yet another Winter Storm Warning in place, many valley residents and businesses are experiencing snow loads...
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10 essentials to survive a big winter in Jackson Hole!

      1. Sorel Caribou Boots From the manufacturer – Often imitated but never equaled, the original Sorel boot features a nubuck leather upper with waterproof construction, seam-sealing and a removable ThermoPlus™ felt inner boot for warmth, comfort and protection in cold and wet winter weather. Get more info at http://www.sorel.com My opinion – These are by...
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National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole: January 2 – 16, 2017 Calendar of Events

National Museum of Wildlife Art January 2 – 16, 2017 Calendar of Events (Museum is closed on Mondays)  Located just 2.5 miles north of the Town Square   Check out event details at WildlifeArt.org  Wednesdays, January 4 and 11 Fables Feathers & Fur 10:30 – 11 a.m. Free to all guests. Storytelling at the museum is an exciting opportunity for young visitors to engage with the art...
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National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole: educational programs to focus on birds in January.

                        In celebration of National Bird Day on January 5, and to recognize other wildlife that frequents the National Elk Refuge, winter naturalists have scheduled a line-up of programs in January to highlight the avian species that inhabit the Refuge both seasonally and year-round. National Bird Day was established to...
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