(Jackson, Wyo.) \u2013 \u00a0Get ready for a feast! Intriguing, multi-day events from some of the valley\u2019s finest arts organizations kick off this week with visual art featured in Art in Translation, poetry from U.S. poet laureate Juan Felipe Herrera, and a community-filled Spring Music Festival.\r\nSee all of our community\u2019s upcoming events on DailyWonder.org for today\u2019s #WonderWednesday.\r\n\r\nWednesday, April 19, 5:30 - 7 pm\r\nFrom the Page to the Stage: Water by the Spoonful\r\nOff Square Theatre and the Wyoming Humanities Council invite you to join director Dr. Karin Waidley and the professional cast of Water by the Spoonful for an open rehearsal. Get an inside scoop on the challenges and opportunities of translating this Pulitzer Prize-winning play from the page to the stage. Free. Learn more about the play that begins next week.\r\n\r\nThursday, April 20, \u00a012 - 2 pm\r\nArtist Talk with Ver\u00f3nica Gerber Bicecci\r\nJoin the Art Association of Jackson Hole at Teton County Library for the first event in multi-day Art in Translation series. Collaborating with Patti Rocha, guest artist Gerber Bicecci presents a radio program in both English and Spanish. The piece combines visual and performance pieces to highlight the experience of similar stories being told in two languages. Free. To see all the events in the series, click here.\r\n\r\nFriday, April 21, 5:30 - 7 \u00a0pm\r\nOpening Reception: Holdout by Thomas Macker\r\nMeet artist Thomas Macker at an opening reception for his new show Holdout at the Center for the Arts. Macker uses new media materials and techniques to explore camouflage, bygone war propaganda and the identity of the "holdout" figure in modern warfare. Free.\r\n\r\nFriday, April 21, \u00a07 pm\r\nU.S. Poet Laureate: Juan Felipe Herrera\r\nOur country\u2019s first Mexican American U.S. Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, presents \u201cBecause We Come from Everything: Poetry and Migration\u201d at the Center for the Arts. The evening is presented by Teton County Library, with free tickets available at their Youth Desk. Herrera also gives a free writing workshop on Saturday. Learn more here.\r\n\r\n\r\nSaturday, April 22, 7 pm\r\nSpring Music Festival\r\nCathedral Voices brings the community a memorable, amazing weeklong Spring Music Festival culminating in a Gala Concert at the Center for the Arts featuring 3 community choirs: Jackson Hole High School Concert Choir, Jackson Hole Chorale and Cathedral Voices Chamber Choirs. See all festival events here.\r\nThese are only a sample of the week's wonderful events, see them all at DailyWonder.org.\r\nAre you hosting an arts or music event? Add it to our calendar.\r\nDailyWonder is a project of Center of Wonder, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the arts and creativity in Jackson Hole. We nurture leaders and cultivate initiatives to bring cultural organizations together.