June 1 to September 28
Join the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley from 1 - 2:30pm at Ketchum Town Square every Saturday! We will be walking Shelter dogs around the community. This is a great opportunity to get outside, enjoy some exercise, and meet some amazing Shelter dogs! We look forward to seeing you there!
June 5 to September 25
Every Wednesday at 9:30 am join the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley at Adam’s Gulch Trailhead for Hikin’ Buddies! Take a Shelter dog for a hike, or hang out and socialize some of the smaller dogs and puppies. It is a great opportunity to meet some of the Shelter's adoptable dogs as well as to learn more about the organization. No appointment is necessary; just bring your family and friends to have a good time with some dogs that would love to meet you!
Wood River Farmers Market
June 11 to October 10
The Wood River Farmers' Markets offer seasonally available and locally grown and raised fruits, vegetables, eggs, sheep, goat, and cow cheeses, organic cuts of beef, chicken and lamb, frsh herbs, plant starts for your garden, Prepared foods including wood fired oven pizzas, street tacos, and chicken and rib BBQ, ready made pasta dinners, wines, pasta sauces, skin care products, rotating artand crafts including jewlery, wood products, photography, pottery, herbal salves, jams and jellies, honey, pies, baked goods including gluten free bakery products, potted plants, hanging baskets, cut flower arrangements, toffees, hand crafted rootbeer and rootbeer floats, hand crafted ice cream, sausages and salami, placemats, banners, handmade clothing, napkins, wooden birdhouses and so much more.
Live music is scheduled weekly, kids activities are available.
Come join in the fun, meet the farmers and artists who sell the homemade and home grown products, and enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the open air markets.
On Tuesdays in Ketchum from 2-6 from mid-June through mid-October along the 4th Street Heritage Corridor and Thursdays in Hailey from 2-6 from mid-June through mid-October on Main Street next to Sturtevants.
June 25 to August 20
2012 will be the 13th year of Ketchum’s FREE summer concert series.
The local’s favorite concert series, “Ketch’em Alive,” is returning every Tuesday evening from 7 until 9 pm at the Forrest Service Park in downtown Ketchum. There will be dancing, music, and a funfilled community party. Picnics are encouraged; food and drink will be sold in the park as well. Nationally touring bands will play rock, reggae, world beat, Americana, folk, etc. “Ketch’em Alive” starts June 26th and continues until August 21st.
June 26- Rising Lion, reggae from Florida
July 3- Swagger, celtic rock form Salt Lake City
July 10- Good Gravy, bluegrass-fusion from Colorado
July 17- Matsiko Choir,International Orphan Children's Choir
July 24- Billy Franklin Band, New Orleans funk
July 31- Polecat, Americana stomp grass, from Bellingham
Aug 7- The Heaters, Valley local favorite dance party
Aug 14- Chanman Band, roots music from Jackson
Aug 21- Str8up, Valley local favorite rock cover band
Crisis Hotline Benefit: Spring Winetasting and Silent Auction
5:30pm to 7:30pm
Please join us in support of The Crisis Hotline for a lovely and enchanting evening at The Sawtooth Botanical Garden.
This relaxing and festive evening will feature a stunning silent auction, unique and delicious wines from around the world, as well as gourmet appetizers from your favorite local chefs!
Come and enjoy the enchanting gardens, catch up with good friends, and stroll to the sounds of pianist Michael White, all while supporting a tremendous cause.
Cost: $25 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the door or by calling the office at: 788-0735.
Ride Sun Valley Bike Festival
June 29 to July 6
Returning for the second year in a row USA Cycling is featured as the main event of the Ride Sun Valley Bike Festival. A full week of cycling related events including races, rides, competitions, film/photo shootouts, a consumer expo, live music and much more comes to Sun Valley.
4th of July Parade Hailey, Idaho
Celebrate Independence Day in Hailey and join the parade! What better way to celebrate the 4th of July, have fun and be part of the great American tradition!
The 2012 parade theme this year 2012 will be "Let the Good Times Roll"
Hailey 4th Events
Independence Day: July 4th Hailey Parade
4th of July Criterium Bike Race following the Parade
Kids Carnival - Main Street Hailey
Sawtooth Rangers Rodeo - July 2, 3 & 4, 2012
FIREWORKS! at dusk.
Ketchum Arts Festival
July 12 to July 14
The Festival is held at the Festival Meadow located on Sun Valley Rd
Admission to the Festival is FREE
We have Great Food and Live Music
The Festival provides a Kid's Activity Tent that offers free and fun childcare
Over 100 Arts and Crafts from Idaho Artists
Boulder Mtn Clayworks Tuscany on Tenth Fundraiser
TUSCANY ON TENTH Our 2nd Annual Fundraiser to benefit Boulder Mountain Clayworks. Come down to the Tenth Street Industrial Center and join us for this exciting event! RAKU firing- glaze a pot and we will fire it while you watch. Our local potters will build a pot, you can watch and then bid on it and pick your own glaze.
Super Raffle Prize
Complimentary Wine Cups
Red Oven Artesian Pizza
Tickets $50.00 per person
471 E. 10th St. #B6
WR Animal Shelter's Dog Days of Summer Gala
The Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley’s annual gala fundraising event will take place on Friday, July 26, 2013, at the Trail Creek Pavilion in Sun Valley. The event will feature fabulous live and silent auction items, including a signature painting by local painter Brandis Sarich.
The Shelter is excited to already have several fantastic live auction items lined up for the event, including an amazing African safari and an Arctic adventure to see the polar bear migration.
In it’s 30 years of operation, the Animal Shelter has adopted over 12,000 dogs and cats into loving homes in addition to offering many life-saving programs and services to the community. The Dog Days of Summer annual benefit is the largest single source of income supporting these programs.
Making a Difference: Annual Y Classic
Golf Scramble at the Sun Valley Golf Course
$500 per player; 8am shotgun start; lunch and awards
An Evening with Senator Al Franken
6:30 pm – $250 per guest
Hosted by Kipp Nelson at his Adam's Gulch Amphitheater
Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres
Fabulous picnic dinner catered by CK's Real Food