Events banner [Photo: (c) Timothy C. Mayo]

Schedule of Events

Schedule of Events [Photo: Leine Stikkel]

Community-wide celebrations, booths with activities, dinners out on the land, and more – our community events are a great way to see what we are all about. We look forward to enjoying the summer with you!

FoundSpace – The third year of the community artmaking project will take place Friday, June 9, 2017, at the Wilson Centennial Ponds. Stay tuned for more information on our Community Gathers with this year’s FoundSpace artists.

Doggie Hamlet – This summer, the Jackson Hole Land Trust is partnering with Dancer’s Workshop to debut a new event, a full-length outdoor performance spectacle that weaves dance and theatrical elements with aspects from competitive sheep herding trials. Join us for the weekend of July 7-9, 2017 for this one-of-a-kind event! Tickets are now on sale on the Dancer’s Workshop website.

Teton Food Tour – For the second year in a row, the Jackson Hole Land Trust will participate in Slow Food in the Teton’s family-friendly, community bike ride event on Sunday, July 30th, 2017. In collaboration with Friends of Pathways, the Teton Food Tour celebrates open space, bike paths, music and local food. Starting from Rendezvous Park and finishing at Teton Village, the tour takes you to several stops, each featuring a delicious small plate made from local ingredients.

JH People’s Market – Stop by our booth on Wednesday, August 2, 2017 from 4-7 PM at the JH People’s Market at the base of Snow King.

37th Annual Picnic – This year’s Annual Picnic will be held Sunday, August 13, 2017. The event will take place at Hardeman North, the expansive and picturesque meadow to the east of the Wilson School and the north of the historic Hardeman Barns. This year’s Annual Picnic will include a speaking program celebrating our featured partner, the Teton Raptor Center, children’s activities and interactive booths, and music by local bluegrass sensation PTO. Tickets will go on sale in mid-summer, and will cost $50 for adults and free for children ages 12 and under. With so much land conservation to celebrate, we hope you can join us for yet another memorable year at this wonderful event.


Check back throughout the summer for an updated schedule of events!