Who, What, Where, Now!
The Harvest Party
Yesterday, as the chill approached, I harvested apples, potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, masses of carrots and a fraction of the tomatillos. Depressing? Well, yes—I am a lover of the warm weather. But it was also satisfying. Look at all that food! I just hope it doesn’t all go bad. With the snow and wind, happy autumn! And here’s to the good life.
Wednesday Sept. 30
- There will continue to be live music at Papa Hemi's Hideway’s fireside every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at the gateway to Ketchum. Tonight, Art Wallace will play classical Spanish and flamenco guitar from 6-9 p.m.
- The Secret Garden will be presented by St. Thomas Playhouse tonight through Oct. 4 at nexStage Theatre in Ketchum. Tickets are available at Iconoclast Books or by calling 726-5349 ext. 15. The Opening Night Gala Party tonight at 6 pm. Special reserved seating tickets available.
Thursday, Oct. 1
- The Wood River Community YMCA’s 92nd St Y Broadcast will feature Maria Bartiomo on Captains of Industry, at 6 p.m. Bartiomo is the anchor of CNBC's Closing Bell and the host and managing editor of Wall Street Journal with Maria Bartiomo. She will focus on the unique challenges the business world faces, how to navigate uncertainty and how to restore the strength of American business.
- The Community Library will present Jill Hunting-author of Finding Pete at 6 p.m. The book is about Hunting’s brother, Pete Hunting, and how the family dealt with his death in Vietnam. There will be a book signing at Chapter One to follow.
- Valley Victory Gardeners will sponsor a plant sharing meeting at 6:30 pm at The Sustainability Center , 308 S. Rivers Street in Hailey. Bring any plants you are thinning out, plants you never planted, plants that have outgrown your space or sunlight opportunities and pick up some new ones. Friends welcome.
Friday, Oct. 2
- In Ketchum, Play It Loud Productions will present the 'Black & White' 511 Party from 10 p.m.-2 a.m. There will be a $5 cover for those 21and older, with music by Sherryl Mae Grace Gabumpa and DJ Deben and his dance pants.
Saturday, Oct. 3
- Join the 2nd Annual "Walk the Walk" March to Stop Family Violence, at Ketchum Town Plaza, 11 a.m. Ketchum. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Show your support and join the walk from the park down Main Street and back. For information call 788-4191.
- The Idaho Botanical Garden will present Oktoberfest in the Garden. Music from noon-4 p.m. will be by Wolfie and the Bavarians. Music with The BoDo Brothers from 4-6 p.m. Sample fall brews and new releases from Highland Hollow Brewhouse, TableRock Brew Pub and The Ram Brewery. Tickets: members $4, Adults $6. www.Idahobotanicalgarden.org, (208) 343-8649.