Celebrate the season at free Spring Earth Fest

JACKSON, WY — Join more than a dozen organizations in celebrating spring this Saturday, April 20, for an afternoon of nature-inspired fun for the entire family at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts.

Jackson Wild, WyomingPBS and American Spring LIVE are hosting a free community Spring Earth Fest, featuring films, filmmakers, kids’ activities, music, giveaways and opportunities to get involved in citizen science.

Photographers and nature-watchers take note: Two-time Emmy-winner Ann Johnson Prum will be in town to screen “Super Hummingbirds,” a documentary with one-of-a-kind footage. Prepare to be mesmerized!

Activities will include live Teton Raptor Center birds, crafts, virtual reality, a Bird Beak Buffet and a nature-themed scavenger hunt with prizes. Learn about Glaciers of the Winds, monarch butterflies, Teton wildflowers, beavers and more. Music in the lobby will be provided by Peter “Chanman” Chandler.

The theater lineup includes:

1:30 p.m. – Glaciers of the Winds
2:30 p.m. – Live Raptor Show
3:30 p.m. – Super Hummingbirds plus Filmmaker Q&A
5:00 p.m. – Jackson premiere of “Climb-It Change” by Trevor Bloom
5:15 p.m. – Citizen Science & Climate Change

All events are free. Saturday, April 20.

For a more detailed schedule and a full list of participating organizations, visit: JHWild.org/spring-earth-fest or email [email protected]

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