Location: Old Wilson Schoolhouse

Date: Thursday, September 14

Time: 5 – 8 pm

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation’s annual potluck brings together Jackson Hole’s community of wildlife-lovers for an evening of food, celebration and good company.

At this year’s event, Farmstead Cider will serve up cider tastings and Snake River Brewing will provide complimentary drinks. The 2023 Potluck will also feature a can’t-miss raffle with the opportunity to win a grizzly bear print from renowned local wildlife photographer Anna Knaeble, a one-night stay for two at the Bentwood Inn, and a wildlife tour courtesy of Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures, as well as other special prizes.

We’d like to invite anyone with a passion for wildlife and wildlands to attend our very special 30th Anniversary Community Potluck on September 14th from 5-8 pm at the Old Wilson Schoolhouse. In fact, please bring a friend! This event is a great place to meet others in your community with shared interests.

This event is our largest party of the year, and we’re excited to continue this old tradition!

Above Figure: A sampling of the raffle prizes available at this year’s event

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