History happy hour talks Snow King

Our town hill has been around longer than many of us, and is rich with history.

Join the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum for a conversation about the history of the town hill and Snow King Mountain Resort Thursday, December 27 at 7 p.m. This month at Beers and Banter, you’ll hear from people directly involved in Snow King’s development and operations including Rod Newcomb, Jim Sullivan, and Zaidee Fuller. It’s a history happy hour, complete with beer, a panel discussion, and vintage film footage provided by the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. Doors open at 6:30. The event is free; beer is available for $5.

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