Living in the West speaker series
1st Wednesday of every month │ 6 PM │ Coey Cabin, 105 Mercill Ave
Join us for our recently launched Living in the West speaker series. Inspired by Voices of the Valley, this series will feature speakers from across the Rocky Mountains to share regional research and stories about the “Last of the Old West” and our ever changing pioneer communities, like Jackson Hole.
- January 3, 2018
Ken Thomasma presents on the connections between the Nez Perce, the Louis & Clark Expedition, and Pierre’s Hole.
- February 7, 2018
Katherine Wonson and Charlie Ross speak about the history and future of the Bar BC Dude Ranch.
- March 7, 2018
Betsy Engle showcases the historic architecture of Jackson Hole.
Brews & Banter: A Local History Happy Hour
Last Thursday of every month │ 7 pm │ 225 N. Cache St.
Join the JHHSM for a casual night of local storytelling, vintage Jackson Hole film footage, and local brews.
- History of Conservation Series
- Native American & Archaeology Series
- Local History & Outdoor Recreation
- Friends in High Places: New Research Connects Past Peoples to Climate