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The Hailey City Council recently announced the cancellation of this year’s Summer’s End—The Draper Rendezvous music festival, originally scheduled for the week of Aug. 17-23.

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The Limelight Hotel reopened its doors yesterday, Thursday, May 21. To mark the occasion, the hotel—with the support of the Limelight Ketchum Community Fund and the Aspen Skiing Company Family Fund—donated $15,000 to local organizations. The sum was split among four nonprofits, with $5,000 g…

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The coronavirus may have forced the school year to wind to a close remotely, but area teachers have been hard at work providing the best education they can to their students—and that includes a robust arts education.

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Last night, Tuesday, May 12, the Sun Valley Music Festival held a livestreamed version of its popular "Upbeat with Alasdair" talk series, with the video available for free on its website.

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The Sun Valley Film Festival was among the first major local events to cancel in response to the rising threat of COVID-19.

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The 2020 Summer’s End-Draper Rendezvous Music Festival has been postponed to August 2021 over COVID-19 concerns, founder Luke Henry announced Tuesday.

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After a period of reassessment following Gov. Brad Little’s plan to reopen the state’s economy, the Sun Valley Museum of Art announced this week that it will reopen Monday, May 18 with a revised summer schedule.

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As things stand, the Sun Valley Music Festival remains hopeful that it will be able to hold its 36th annual summer concert series as initially planned—or as close as possible—between July 27 and Aug. 19.

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Summer Reading normally doesn’t get going until the end of May or beginning of June, but it’s never too early to start. The Community Library will officially kick-off Summer Reading on June 1, but those children and teens who want a head start can this Sunday, May 10.

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In mid-April, the Sun Valley Wellness Festival & Conference announced that it would be postponing its 2020 edition—originally scheduled to span from Friday, June 26, through Monday, June 29—until August 21-24.

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With restrictions placed on public gatherings, COVID-19 has taken its toll on the events calendar. Previously scheduled concerts, workshops, plays, parties, lectures, screenings and more have been canceled in the interest of public safety.

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The Sun Valley Museum of Art is a cornerstone nonprofit of the Blaine County arts community, bringing year-round programming in every artistic field, often for free.

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As the COVID-19 pandemic began to ramp up in the Wood River Valley, the Blaine County School District announced on March 14, well over a month ago, that it would be sending students home and switching to remote teaching platforms.

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For an organization like the Sun Valley Museum of Art, which typically dominates the events calendar with any number of lectures, screenings, concerts, workshops and Company of Fools plays, the extended isolation order has put a damper on regular programming.

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As March drew to a close, unfortunately so did most businesses in the county. The governor’s COVID-19 “shelter in place” order wrought the shuttering of stores, schools, restaurants, bars and more.

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The Sun Valley Culinary Institute has announced it will hold off on launching the organization’s Professional Culinary School, which was scheduled to open this fall, postposing to 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Almost a month has passed since the Sun Valley Film Festival was supposed to kick off on March 18. Just six days before that date, on March 12, the festival organizers announced the event’s cancellation due to the mounting threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, making it the first major local happ…

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Looking on the bright side of life is difficult, especially now. Everything is uncertain and it’s difficult to say, “At least I have a job,” if you have to tack on “for now” afterwards. What’s more, does anybody like being told to look on the bright side of life? No.