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      Featured Events



Featured Events

Snowscapes returns to Driggs

    The 10th anniversary of the Annual Driggs Snowscapes will be held from Monday, Jan. 18 through Sunday, Jan. 24. The art of sculpting snow will look a little differently than in past years.

    A team of the best local professional snow sculptors, including past winners of local and regional snow sculpting competitions, are calling themselves “The Water Carvers”. Watch them build an extra-large exhibition snow sculpture entitled, “That’s Snow Snake River” on the Driggs City Plaza.
    The weeklong event is free and open to the public with masks and social distancing required.


































Try a sound bath healing session

   Covid-19 has been a stressor for all. For parents it has meant juggling much more than life did pre-March 2020. In these trying times due to the continuing pandemic, consider a sound bath session for you and/or your family.

    Alicia Alfaro is a life coach, sound healing and Reiki II practitioner. She offers public and private sound bath and healing sessions on Zoom or safely in-person.
  Visit attunedalchemy.com for information.

Astoria Hot Springs has reopened

    After having to close down soon after the hot springs debuted its new look due to Covid-19, Astoria is back open for soaks.

    Reservations are required in advance for one of three daily soaking times of two-hour-fifteen-minute sessions
beginning at 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m., and 2:45 p.m.
   In addition to reduced capacity for the facility, strict capacity limits will be in place for individual pools,
with social distancing outside of individual family groups necessary. Everyone will be asked to complete a symptom check before entering the facility, and will not be permitted to enter if they have been exposed to someone
with Covid or if exhibiting symptoms of Covid within 14 days. Masks are required when not soaking.

    Proof of local residency at check-in is required to receive the local rate. "Local" includes residents of Teton County (WY and ID), Sublette County, WY, and Lincoln County, WY. Acceptable IDs include a license, lease agreement, property tax statement, car registration and current pay stub.

Special Note: Since Covid-19 first hit last March, many family/kid events have been canceled or simply are few and far between. County Kids will continue to sleuth out the ones that will occur, so please be patient. Thank you!