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Center for the Arts and Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival to co-host the next Chamber Mixer
Center for the Arts and Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
to co-host the next Chamber Mixer
Thursday, February 28
Center for the Arts
Please join the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce for a Chamber Mixer with Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and the Center for the Arts on Thursday, February 28 from 5:00-7:00pm in Center for the Arts’ theater lobby, 265 South Cache Street. Chamber Mixers are casual networking events hosted by Chamber Members and open to the community.
The Chamber Mixer at the Center will feature delicious treats from Persephone Bakery, soon to open a new retail location this spring, and a special white wine tasting from Jackson Hole Winery. The Center for the Arts will provide beer, wine and select beverages as well.
About Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival: Now in its third decade, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival’s biennial five-day conference is an unmatched international industry event drawing 650+ leaders in science, conservation, broadcasting and media. The 2013 Festival is slated for the last week in September alongside the Jackson Hole Conservation Summit: Great Apes, a partnership with the United Nations. Both events will offer remarkable community programs with premier events and screenings at the Center for the Arts. JHWFF launched TEDxJacksonHole and 12.12.12: One Day in Jackson Hole community crowd-sourced film project. For more information, please visit http://www.jhfestival.org
About Center for the Arts: The Center for the Arts is a growing art center campus in downtown Jackson. The Center is currently home and host to 19 local and state not-for-profit arts and higher education organizations, in addition to the Center for the Arts administration. This facility consists of the 41,000 square foot Arts & Education Pavilion as well as the Performing Arts Pavilion which includes a 500-seat theater, a Music Center, theater rehearsal space, and additional administrative space. For more information, please visit http://www.jhcenterforthearts.org.