This Week January 7 – 13, 2015

By on January 6, 2015

Calendar Highlights

WEDNESDAY 1.7

010715thisweek.leadFrench fare, wild art

Savor a relaxed fine dining experience featuring a shared plate French menu, wine and desserts paired with world-class wildlife art.

Wild Wednesday Dinner, 5:30 to 8 p.m. at National Museum of Wildlife. Reservations: 732-5434. wildlifeart.org.

THURSDAY 1.8

010715thisweek.obamaObamaCare 101

It’s not too late to obtain health coverage for 2015 through the Affordable Care Act. Wyoming Primary Care Association is holding events throughout the state of Wyoming to help folks enroll while demystifying the process. Certified professionals will be on hand Thursday at Teton County Library offering free assistance, whether you want to sign up for coverage, make sense of your current plan or shift to a new plan. This event is scheduled exactly one week before the January 15th deadline that ensures your coverage will begin Feb. 1. – RV

Health care education and enrollment event, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday at Teton County Library. Tclib.org; 733-2164, ext. 1.

SATURDAY 1.10

010715thisweek.cocoaKid’s art social

Bring the little ones and unleash their inner artist at the kid’s version of Wine and Palettes, where creativity is uncorked.

Cocoa and Canvas, 2 to 4 p.m. at The Local Galleria. $20. All ages. Reservations at (208) 270-0833 or tetonvalleylocalart.com.

MONDAY 1.12

010715thisweek.antsAnts redecorate

Corinna Riginos takes us to Kenya, where diminutive ants threaten to radically alter some of Africa’s most iconic landscapes.

Jackson Hole Bird and Nature Club Meet, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Teton County Library.  Free. Susan Patla: 413-1222 or tclib.org.

TUESDAY 1.13

010715thisweek.fattireTest-ride a fatty

A day of fat-tired bike revelry on powder packed single track. Try out the latest buzz in winter activities.

Fat Bike Demos, 6 to 8 p.m. at Summit School Groomed Ski Track. 18 and older. Free. tetonparksandrec.org.

010715thisweek.raptorRaptor rappin’

Find out what raptors are spreading their wings in the area for the winter and their role as bellwethers of ecosystem health.

Winter Raptor Identification,, 6 to 8 p.m. at Old Wilson School House Community Center. Free. tetonraptorcenter.org.


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