With summer in full swing, it can be hard to keep up with all of the exciting cultural happenings around town. Luckily, they’re all organized into one calendar: DailyWonder.org. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by options, here are some ideas to get you started.
Celebrate the official opening of The Pavilion, located in The Center Park, Wednesday evening. Live dance and musical string performances will initiate the new outdoor space with food from Cafe Genevieve and drinks available.
Also kicking off on Wednesday, check out the first performance of “My Life in a Minor Key,” a comedy in one act (and one hour) by Erin Roy, the current Director of David Dorfman Dance. Tip of the week: audience members will be paid at the end of the show and performances run through July 8.
The Jackson Hole Writers Conference and Teton County Library bring author and speaker Jewell Parker Rhodes to the stage for a free talk on Thursday. Rhodes is also the writer of “Falling Towers,” a One Book, One Community reading selection for Jackson youth entering Middle School.
On Saturday, Diehl Gallery presents The 14th Annual Fete, a provocative exhibition of the newest works by artists actively shaping the meaning of “contemporary art.” Follow along on the WildlyCreativeJH’s Instagram channel to watch the gallery prepare for the exhibition opening.
The calendar is full of wonderful summer events. Explore them all at DailyWonder.org.
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