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The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce will present Business Over Breakfast on Thursday, March 7 from 7:30-9:00am at National Museum of Wildlife Art. The monthly meeting for the business community is held the first Thursday of each month and open to the community. In addition to a special program, the event includes breakfast and time for networking and announcements. RSVP to[email protected] by Tuesday, March 5. Members can RSVP and pre-pay online via ChamberMaster. Breakfast costs $16 for Chamber Members and $25 for future Members.
If you do not RSVP, you will be counted as a walk-in. Seats cannot be guaranteed for walk-in attendees. Remember that you will be charged if you RSVP and do not attend. These policies are in place to keep the cost as low as possible for all of our Members.
Join Kevin Wittig of TheMountainPulse.com to learn how to take Google’s suite of free mapping tools to the next level. If you are trying to increase the web presence of your business or organization you will not want to miss this. This course will teach you skills that go beyond the basics of just embedding or linking to Google Maps on your website. Kevin will cover topics including basic KML (Keyhole Markup Language) programming, intermediate and advanced use of program features, and sharing mapping creations across multiple platforms.
Habitat for Humanity build, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Teton Village near the Ranch Lot. Volunteer to help build 4 homes at Habitat’s new construction project “At Teton Village”. Free. 734-0828; [email protected]
We will learn what it takes for a community to achieve zero waste from renowned speaker & expert Eric Lombardi, executive director of EcoCycle.
49er Ball: Kenny Bradberry, 7 p.m. at the Virginian. $15/$20. Silent Auction, Las Vegas Night, Madame Moon, and $1,000 grand prize. 307-690-2614.
Beamed live from the 92Y in New York City, join the managing editor of NBC Nightly news, Brian Williams, as he talks to Jonathan Tisch about journalism, politics and the future of America
Why does community planning matter more than ever? Our Commissioners are trying to find a balance between providing our community with top of the line services and a steady revenue to help support them.
This week’s Chamber Mixer, hosted by the JH Wildlife Film Festival, will feature treats from Persephone Bakery and white wine tastings from the Jackson Hole Winery.
Though his love of Jackson Hole history, Bill Cheney has gathered an invaluable amount of books and photographs on the valley’s rich history. Thursday he will be discussing early homesteading in Jackson Hole.