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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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Company of Fools will hold a three-day acting workshop this week, beginning Thursday, March 12, and continuing through to Saturday, March 14, culminating in a free public performance at 7 p.m. at the Liberty Theatre on Saturday.

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The clock is ticking. The annual Ketchum Arts Festival has put out a call for artists to enter, with the deadline for the lowest fees and best perks on Sunday, March 15.

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On Thursday, March 12, at 7 p.m., the Flourish Foundation will present a special screening of the award-winning 2019 documentary “The Dalai Lama: Scientist” at the Argyros Performing Arts Center in Ketchum.

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Beginning today and continuing through Sunday, March 8, the Sun Valley Resort will play host to the biannual Laura Evans Memorial Breast Cancer Symposium, presented by Boise-based cancer charity Expedition Inspiration.

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Every year, the Wood River Studio Tour organization presents its namesake flagship event in the summer. Artists from Bellevue, Hailey, Ketchum, Sun Valley and everywhere in between open their studio doors to art lovers and well-wishers alike to offer a free glimpse behind the scenes of the c…

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After a lengthy submission process beginning some weeks ago, the Wood River Valley chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is ready to unveil the artworks that make up the 2020 Journey to Wellness Art Show.

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It has already been a busy season for the Sun Valley Opera, but it shows no signs of slowing down. This Saturday, Feb. 29, at 11 a.m., the opera will continue its presentation of live HD broadcasts from the New York Metropolitan Opera.

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Wednesday, March 4, is Idaho Day. The Blaine County Historical Museum on Main Street in Hailey, typically closed during the winter, will be open next Wednesday from noon until 7 p.m. to celebrate the holiday and highlight state history.

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The Sun Valley Museum of Art (previously the Sun Valley Center for the Arts) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and what better way to do that than with a big rock concert?

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The Community Library kicked off its great big Winter Read program last month, focusing on “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” by Jamie Ford, the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II and specifically the Minidoka National Historic Site just outside Jerome.

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Mardi Gras falls on Feb. 25 this year, and while Fat Tuesday traditionally hinges on that day of the week, Tuesdays are not generally

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Steven Parker’s “Tubascope” sculpture has been selected by the Ketchum Arts Commission as a permanent Fourth Street installation, the city of Ketchum announced, and Parker will be paid $29,000 for his work.

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What happens when you mix a mountain ski town with a stalwart cowboy culture? Well, you get skijoring, probably the most original winter sporting event in the valley.

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Last year saw the first ever Summer’s End—Draper Rendezvous music festival. Concerts at smaller venues around Ketchum, Sun Valley, Hailey and Bellevue throughout a week in August led up to a major festival at Lion’s Park in Hailey.

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The Trailing of the Sheep Festival—the Wood River Valley’s premier October offering—has issued a call for artists to submit original designs for festival merchandise.

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Transcendentalism is the name of the game at the Sun Valley Museum of Art (formerly the Sun Valley Center for the Arts) this season with the current Thoreau-themed Big Idea project.

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Each year, Ballet Sun Valley brings in world-class dancers from various companies across the globe to perform in a summer festival. Last year, the organization booked the San Francisco Ballet. This year, it once again looked west to bring in the Pacific Northwest Ballet for performances on J…

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On Thursday, Jan. 30, from 6-8 p.m. the Idaho Conservation League will head to the Konditorei for an evening of fish stories and ecological sciences focusing on the Gem State’s great salmon and steelhead populations.

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Things are about to get a little racy at The Mint. For one night only, on Saturday, Feb. 1, the popular Hailey bar is going to transform into, perhaps unexpectedly, a male strip club.

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On Friday, Jan. 24, the local Hemingway Chapter of Trout Unlimited will host the International Fly Fishing Film Festival to showcase worldwide, adventurous fishing trips and raise support for local conservation efforts.

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The Wood River Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society will host a talk by Dr. Jennifer Sorensen Forbey on sagebrush and how it factors into the Wood River ecosystem as a cornerstone component.