Things to Do This Week in Jackson Hole

Real Estate Agent with Real Estate of Jackson Hole

You can always find something to do in Jackson Hole.  Habitat for Humanity is welcoming volunteers to help build homes for families in needs on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.  For more info, call Lara at 734-0828.  Visit the Teton County Library every Thursday from 10:30-11am for Storytime.  This is perfect for kids 4-6 and it's absolutely free.  The Stagecoach Bar in Wilson hosts Disco Night every Thursday at 9:30pm.  Music lovers have alot to look forward to on Fridays and Saturdays.  If you like funk, blues and rock, go to the Silver Dollar Bar at The Wort Hotel and enjoy the musical stylings of Dark Cheddar from 7:30-11pm for free.  Jazz lovers can visit the deck at Teton Pines for Papa Chan and Johnny C Note (6:30-9:30pm) or go to The Granary for pianist Keith Phillips, bassist Mike Rossi and drummer Ed Domer (7-10pm) for free.  If salsa, cumbia and meringue rhythms are more your thing, you will enjoy Latino Night on Fridays at Cutty's (corner of Broadway and Highway 22) at 10pm.  Another Storytime happens from 10:30-11am every Saturday at the Teton County Library for children ages 2-5.  Saturday Storytime includes puppets, songs, stories and flannel board fun and it's absolutely free.  The Sierra Club meets for an easy to moderate eight mile day hike on Saturday to Two Oceans and Emma Matilda lakes.  Nature-lovers can continue the love on Sunday with the Jackson Hole bird club at 7:30pm at the Jackson Town Hall.

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Hi David - Thanks so much for including the library's storytimes in your post! We're always excited to get the word out about these great events for kids.

Right now, Saturday Storytimes are just the 1st and 2nd weeks of the month from 10:30-11 a.m. You can also check out the monthly schedule (with the storytime themes) at

We look forward to seeing everyone there! Kirsten, Teton County Library

Nov 07, 2008 01:51 AM