March comes in like a lion with a #WonderWednesday filled with outstanding live music, theater, film and more.
Start by upcycling metal goods from the Habitat ReStore with local designer Ben Roth on Wednesday evening. Then get out Thursday for live music with Brooklyn rapper Talib Kweli at the Pink Garter Theatre.
Catch Riot Act Inc.’s expansive theater production of The Women running from Thursday to Saturday at Walk Festival Hall. On Friday, celebrate World Wildlife Day with Night of the Wild Cat films presented by Jackson Hole WILD and The Cougar Fund.
Sunday offers free entrance for area locals to the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s event First Sunday, with music by the Jackson Hole Chorale and a hands-on shadow box activity. The weekend lingers long with a Monday night show by the award-winning American Folk duo Shovels & Rope at the Center for the Arts.
There’s so much more going on this week! Visit DailyWonder.org to find it all.
Metal Upcycling Workshop with Ben Roth
Teton Habitat hosts a free Metal Upcycle Workshop for friends, upcycle junkies and crafters alike with Ben Roth from Ben Roth Design. Create a one-of-a-kind ...
Hailing from Brooklyn, Talib Kweli is a rapper best known for his projects Black Star (with rapping partner Mos Def), and Reflection Eternal (with DJ ...
Night of the Wild Cat
Jackson Hole’s mountain lions and other big cat species from around the globe take the spotlight at a local World Wildlife Day celebration. Presented ...
The Women by Clare Boothe Luce
Riot Act, Inc. presents The Women by Clare Boothe Luce. What better way to celebrate a season that focuses on women in theater than this ...
JH Chorale Performs at NMWA First Sundays
The Jackson Hole Chorale will perform at the Museums First Sunday entertaining you with selections from Broadway's West Side Story and other fun music.11 a....
An Evening with Shovels & Rope
RESCHEDULED FROM MARCH 5Shovels & Rope are an American folk duo from Charleston, South Carolina composed of husband and wife Michael Trent and Cary Ann ...
Center of Wonder
Advocating for the arts in Jackson and empowering its creative leaders