Visiting artists infuse the valley with choral music, Latin dance and\u00a0an author talk while a local theater production and exhibition kick off.\r\n\r\nMeet composer-in-residence Dan Forrest as Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir presents a Spring Music Festival. Featuring artist talks and live performances, the festival culminates in a Gala Concert on Friday at Walk Festival Hall.\r\n\r\nBeginning on Thursday, visiting artist Tika Morgan leads four days of Latin dance classes. Explore Latin styles from Reggaeton to Brazilian Samba.\u00a0 Sign up for the series or drop in for single sessions, beginners welcome.\r\n\r\nRiot Act Inc. also kicks off a production of the play Rapture, Blister, Burn this Thursday. Helmed by co-directors BJ Hanford and Kathleen Godines, the show boasts a talented local cast exploring the story of two women friends who chose opposite life paths.\r\n\r\nYouthful creativity takes the spotlight on Sunday when the National Museum of Wildlife Art unveils the new exhibit Kids Collect at its monthly First Sunday event. Enjoy art activities, food and drink, and even a live bronze sculpture pouring by local Art Association of JH students.\r\n\r\nOn Sunday evening renowned author Jeannette Walls kicks off Mental Health Awareness Month at Center for the Arts. Author of the bestselling memoir, The Glass Castle, Walls will talk about how mental health affected her upbringing and the positive attributes she developed in the face of adversity.\r\n\r\nWe couldn't fit everything in! Check out May the 4th Be With You\u00a0at Teton County Library and more at DailyWonder.org.