Ring in the New Year with The People\u2019s Market, a ski film, snow science and Grammy-nominated Midland at The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Have you ever looked at a snowflake up close, or made art from melting ice? Come join the Jackson Hole Children\u2019s Museum for a morning of snow science as they examine snowflakes under microscopes and magnifying glasses and explore how to make art with melting ice. Wednesday, December 26, 11:00 am \u2013 12:00 pm. Restock the fridge and cupboards this Saturday at Slow Food Winter People\u2019s Market. This fun family event offers delicious local food and live music. Local offerings will include meat, dairy, eggs, and bread. Regional winter produce, prepared food, and goods from local artisans will also be available. 1 \u2013 5 p.m. at Teton County Fairgrounds. Don\u2019t miss the World Premier of Blinded by the White at Snow King Resort on Saturday, December 29th from 5-11 pm. As Storm show enters it\u2019s 19th year of adrenaline filled Jackson Hole ski films, they\u2019re bringing the World Premiere back to the original stomping grounds at the Snow King Hotel Ballroom. Preparing for another sold-out crowd, there are two show times at 6 and 9 p.m. Ring in the New Year on December 30 and 31st with Grammy-nominated Midland at The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Visit the website for ticket information. Kids, it\u2019s time to shake, rattle and roll our way into 2019! What better way to do so than building our own New Year\u2019s Eve musical instruments? Come make and decorate your own music maker at the Jackson Hole Children\u2019s Museum on December 31st from 11 am \u2013 12 p.m. For a full calendar of arts and cultural events in Jackson Hole, visit DailyWonder.org.