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Celebrate the Centennial With JHLT: Barn Bash & R Park Celebration

Celebrate the Centennial with the Jackson Hole Land Trust! As part of the Town of Jackson’s Centennial Celebration, we are participating in these two fantastic events!

Barn Bash at the JH Center for the Arts – Friday, September 19th, 6:30 to 10 pm


Dust off your cowboy boots and come celebrate Jackson Hole’s cultural and natural resources at this BARN BASH, an evening-long celebration of community character that kicks off Jackson’s Centennial Celebration – and honors the architectural marvel and cherished valley icon that is the Moseley/Hardeman Barn with art, film, discussion, dancing and dining. Tickets are going fast – buy tickets now at the Center box office or online at Join the Facebook event for news and updates.

6:30 – 7:00 pm  Art Exhibit/Reception
7:00 – 8:00 pm   Short Film /Panel Discussion
8:00 – 10:00 pm Barn Dance

This event, presented by the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum, Teton Raptor Center, and the Land Trust, includes a screening of JenTen Production’s film, “A Treasure Hidden in Plain Sight: The Moseley/Hardeman Barn”, which features the history and architecture of this treasured JHLT protected property as well as interviews with JHLT Executive Director Laurie Andrews. Finished works from the View22: Hardeman plein air demonstration by Kay Northrup, Lee Riddell, Kathryn Turner, and Bill Sawczuk will be on display (and  theseartists will be in attendance), as well as other works featuring the art of Hardeman and silent auction pieces by David Agnello, Kay Stratman and Alex Keenan whose proceeds will support the three presenting nonprofits. Get your tickets here! We are grateful to the many generous sponsors who have made this event possible!

R Park and Snake River Bridge Opening Celebration – Sunday, September 21st, 11 am to 3 pm


This major community achievement offers an ideal place to gather with family and friends to connect with nature! We will celebrate the opening of R Park and the Snake River pathway bridge with the Rendezvous Lands Conservancy, LOR Foundation, Jackson Hole Community Pathways, Friends of Pathways, and the community at this event with free food and beverages, live music from Maddy & the Groove Spots, View22 artists, family-friendly art & nature activities, & much more!

The ribbon-cutting on the Snake River Pathways Bridge will be at 11 am, followed by a ribbon-cutting and celebration at the adjoining R Park. View22 artists Jennifer Hoffman, Kay Northup, and Lee Riddell will be painting the many beautiful views from R Park area. Visit our Current Projects page to find out more about the R Park project. Join the Facebook event for news and updates.

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