Welcome to TetonCountyKids.com, the go-to website for Jackson Hole and other Teton County parents seeking information on current,
ongoing and upcoming family-friendly events, plus after-school
classes and programs and parenting resources.
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Special Note: Because of Covid-19 and health precautions, 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!
Library 'Family Spring Fling Sing & Jam' continues into April
Teton County Library is hosting a "Family Spring Fling & Jam" via Zoom every other Thursday in April from 11 to 11:45 a.m.
Toddlers/preschoolers and caregivers can sign up now to join the online classes led by Susan Jones of Music Together.
Register for individual classes; this is not a series. Registration for each of these sessions opens one week prior to the class at tclib.org. The final class will be held on April 29.
Storytelling at the wildlife art museum to return
Fables, Feathers & Fur — for kids ages 3 to 6 years old — will return in May on Friday, May 7.
The program is held on the first and third Fridays of the month, from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Fables, Feathers & Fur does not run during April and September.
Storytelling and art-making at the museum is an exciting opportunity for young visitors to engage with the art through looking, reading and art-making in the galleries. All materials are provided.
In light of COVID-19, pre-registration is required for both children and accompanying adults. Fables, Feathers, & Fur is currently capped at 12 participants but there is potential for a second session. Please contact Sari Ann Platt at to register.
The library has free take-home kits
Teton County Library is handing out free fun take-home kits for kids from 1 to 5 p.m. every Saturday through April.
The kits include crafts, experiments and outdoor activities. They are available in the library's Youth Wing while supplies last.
There are also Early Learners Kits available for children up to age 2. These free kits include board books, toys and more. April's theme is ABC's.
Visit tclib.org for more information.
NMWA's locals free day coming back in May
The National Museum of Wildlife Art's First Sundays, a locals-free day at the museum, will start back up on Sunday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On the first Sunday of every month [usually] year-round, museum admission is free for area locals — Teton County, Wyoming and Idaho, plus Lincoln County — with I.D. Stay tuned for more information, or visit wildlifeart.org.