(Jackson, Wyo.) – Starting now through Monday step out of your comfort zone and into a drawing course, learn about the power of art for healing, or get your boogie on with the Roosevelts. Plus, there’s lots happening for Old West Days.
Find out what’s happening this week on DailyWonder.org for today’s #WonderWednesday.
Wednesday, May 24, 1-4 pm
Set aside Wednesday afternoons and learn how to draw with innovative instructor Jenny Dowd. This month-long series at the Art Association will help beginners or refresh more advanced artists on techniques like line and shape, perspective, value and depth, and composition. Sign up online.
Friday, May 26, 12-1 pm
Explore the connection between art and healing at St. John’s Professional Office Building. King’s exhibit “Reflections” provides a real-life example of how art can provide a healing environment. RSVP requested.
Friday, May 26 – Monday, May 31
A Jackson Hole tradition for 30 years, the Old West Days festival offers everything from Mountain Man Rendezvous goods and crafts, to a parade, and even a Brew Fest with 20 craft brewers competing for a Golden Boot prize. Learn more.
Saturday, May 27, 10 pm
KMTN 96.9 FM and 307 Live present The Roosevelts: America’s Own Indie-Rock Act at Town Square Tavern. These songsmiths carved a distinctive niche in the Austin music scene before moving to Nashville. Come to hear a sound that’s a little bluesy, a little bit folky, and a little bit rock ‘n’ roll. Get tickets (for $9.69) and see a video online.
Monday, May 29, 6 pm
Wind up Memorial Day weekend on a good note with the Hootenanny at Dornan’s outside Moose. This open mic night features local-area musicians who play two-song sets. Free.
These are only a sample of the week’s wonderful events, see them all at DailyWonder.org.
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DailyWonder is a project of Center of Wonder, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and advocating for the arts in Jackson Hole.