The iconic Hardeman Barns in Wilson has an incredible conservation story. One of the Land Trust’s early successes, it was saved by a widespread community effort, including a Western-themed carnival and support from visionary conservationist Gil Ordway. This Thursday, August 28th, celebrate the picturesque Hardeman Barns with Kay Northup, Lee Riddell, Kathryn Turner, Bill Sawczuk and Travis Walker of the View22 project at a special painting demonstration from 4 to 6 pm.
Finished works from this painting demonstration will be on display at the “Barn Bash” event on Friday, September 19th at the Center for the Arts. This event, presented by the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum, Teton Raptor Center, and the Land Trust, will be an evening-long celebration of community character that kicks off Jackson’s Centennial Celebration, including a screening of JenTen Production’s film, “A Treasure Hidden in Plain Sight: The Moseley/Hardeman Barn”. Get your tickets here!
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