Voices of the Valley

Green In Gridlock

Green in Gridlock: Common Goals, Common Ground and Compromise; Join us for a discussion on “Using the Murie Legacy to End the Stalemate in Environmental Policy Making” with Paul Walden Hansen, Director of the Murie Center. The presentation and discussion will be followed by a book signing in the museum lobby. Thursday –  October 2, 2014 […]

“Snapshots in Time”

Snapshots in Time The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum wishes to thank the community for its strong support at the first “Snapshots in Time” program Thursday night, April 18th, 2013. Almost 100 attendees enjoyed local historian Bill Chaney telling stories about the Kelly Flood, and audience members shared their memories as well. Bill discussed what happened […]

“A Textile Learning Exchange”

Participants shared their knowledge or unlocked the mystery of treasured family textiles. They brought items from their travels or cedar chest. They talked about their history, their meaning and their care. Attendees met at the museum on October 22, 2013 for a one-hour interactive exchange of textile information and brown bag lunch. The discussion was led by […]