Grand Targhee Resort

TETON DIRT SERIES RACE #4: TARGHEE SOUTH

Join Mountain Bike the Tetons for some hometown, grassroots mountain bike racing at its best in the brand new Teton Dirt Series! The format is simple, and the numbers are small. It’s about bragging rights, a few cool prizes and fun for all during a stressful time. This last race is taking place on August 26, 2020.

Race is open to all experience or ability levels. Hammer a lap, or just cruise on Andy Williams course featuring Targhee South!

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Music on Mainstream: Tonight at the Spud!

Are you a fan of live music? Pink Floyd? Or the Wizard of Oz? What about all of the above? All three are coming together for this spectacular combination of music, cinema, and fun at the Spud Drive-In. Join Teton Valley Foundation for “The Dark Side of the Rainbow” in a must-attend live-streaming, fundraising event. Celebrate live music and our community by supporting Teton Valley Foundation and our year-round programming, from Music on Main to the Kotler Ice Arena.

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Please Welcome Our New Chef

Please help us welcome the Branding Iron’s new Executive Chef Chris Park to the team! He has been recognized with a Four Diamond Status, Forbes 4 Star Status, Best of State, and many more! We are excited to have him on the team, and hope you are too! The Branding Iron will be serving ‘Grab and Go’ style breakfast from 8:00am to 11:00am, and dinner from 5:00pm to 9:00pm. The outdoor bar will be open from 8:00am to 9:00pm for drink service, and Happy Hunting Ground BBQ will be serving lunch in the plaza from 11:30am to 5:00pm.
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Friends of the Teton River

We know you love winter and there’s a great cause behind it. Support Friends of the Teton River and celebrate 20 years of Teton River watershed conservation and help lead them into the next 20 years. Raffle tickets for a 2020/21 season pass are on sale now through August 15, 2020. All proceeds will benefit the Teton Creek Corridor Project. This project is a collaborative effort between local Teton Valley nonprofits and private citizens. The project has several goals, including pathways and public access projects, maintaining farmlands along the Teton Creek corridor, stream habitat stabilization along five miles of Teton Creek, riparian habitat, and community development. Photo credit: Kestrel Aerial

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