April 20 - Spring Earth Fest at Center for the Arts
Sponsored by Jackson Wild and PBS Wyoming. Learn more here.
April 23 - A Showcase of Plant Projects in Jackson Hole
Teton Plants will showcase a variety of local horticultural endeavors: sustainable gardening: Vertical Harvest and Summit Innovations School; the ongoing JH Community Gardens, and new projects: May Park Wellness Garden and Teton County Weed and Pest’s native landscapes initiative. Yet another enterprise involves bears, crabapples. and cider. Come learn what is coming up this growing season in our community and ask your questions among avid gardening friends. Free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by Teton Plants and Teton County Library. 6-8 PM at Teton County Library.
May 4th - Jr. Ranger Day at Grand Teton National Park
Get your Jr. Ranger badges at Jr. Ranger Day! GTNP’s annual Jr. Ranger Day is May 4th from 10-1 at the Craig Thomas Discovery Center. This year’s theme is “be bear aware.” Contact Grand Teton National Park for more information.
May 11 - Jackson Eco Fair
This year’s event will be 12-5 at the Snow King Ballfield. Eco Fair emphasizes environmental stewardship and sustainability and hosts kids activities, local food, music, and informational booths. More information here.
May 14 - A Year in the Life of a Yellowstone Wolf
A presentation by Kira A. Cassidy, a Research Associate with the Yellowstone Wolf Project. Event starts at 6:00 at Teton County Library and is free and open to the public.
May 28 - Sage Grouse Photographer and Speaker Noppadol Paothong
Presented by Meg and Burt Raynes Fund. Tuesday at 6:00 pm at Teton County Library. Details forthcoming.