#WonderWednesday: Time to shine at Jackson’s Got Talent & Cabin Fever Story Slam

There’s a lot of talent on display in Jackson’s arts community this week. First, enjoy a beautiful evening of popular chamber music compliments of Grand Teton Music Festival and the University of Wyoming Summit Chamber Players at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Friday at 7:00 pm.

Come out and support the Teton Literacy Center on Friday evening at the 5th annual Jackson’s Got Talent competition and fundraiser. Tony Horton of P90X is back to emcee the evening at Pink Garter Theatre beginning at 5:30 pm.

Kids can climb these antler arches! The Jackson Hole Children’s Museum will celebrate the completion of the Elk Shed Climbable Sculpture on Saturday, November 10th from 12:30-2:00 pm. The sculpture is the culmination partnership between Bland Hoke, Jr., Jackson Hole Public Art, Center of Wonder, Teton County School District Fab Lab students and the Museum.

There is nothing better than a good story, and you’ll have the opportunity to hear a number of them at the Cabin Fever Story Slam on Tuesday, November 13th at the Pink Garter. Come listen, or throw your name in the hat and tell a story yourself! This month’s theme: “Control.”

Visit DailyWonder.org for more creative events and opportunities around Jackson Hole.

Community Partner:

Center of Wonder

Advocating for the arts in Jackson and empowering its creative leaders

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