Mon22Aug2016Mon05Sep201610:00 am - 5:00 pm Ore Wagon Museum - East Avenue and Fifth Street
Wagon Days headquaters opens
Please stop by between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm for information, hats, t-shirts, posters, buttons and much more. We always love seeing your smiling faces so don't hesitate to come say hello.
Fri02Sep201612-1p.m.Ore Wagon Museum
Cowboy Poets Recite
Join us at the Ore Wagon Museum surrounded by Wagon Day Posters and listen to the vintage Cowboy Poets as they swap the stories that have been thrown around cow camp cook fires for centuries. Regional Western Poets: Brian Dilworth; Mick Halverson; Tommie Patton; Wayne Nelson and Bruce (Looselip) Pinson will fill the Barn with classic Cowboy Poetry as well as contemporary stories authored by these same Poets.
Fri02Sep20165 p.m. - 8 p.m. Downtown Ketchum
Sun Valley Gallery Association hosts a guided Ketchum Art Gallery walk on Friday, September 2nd, 2016. Starts at 5 p.m. Features new work at member galleries which includes Gilman Contemporary, Wood River Fine Arts, Broschofsky, Boloix, Kneeland, Severn, Harvey Art Projects, Friesen and Bellinger Fine Arts.
For more information and a map of the galleries please visit Sun Valley Gallery Association
Fri02Sep20165:30-7:00 p.m.Memory Park Main Street between 5th and 6th
Please join the City of Ketchum and the Wagon Days committee as they honor the 2016 Grand Marshal, Sandy Cady. Memory Park on Main Street between 5th and 6th. Live music, food and drink, open to the public.
Fri02Sep2016Sat03Sep2016Various Times Various Locations
Meandering Musicians Perform
Revisit the musical outburst in Ketchum that occurred centuries ago when these same Lewis Ore Wagons, filled to the brim with heavy lead and silver ore, pulled for weeks by mule teams, struggled into town after completing their treacherous, sometimes deadly trip over the steep mountain trails. Their payload supported the town, creating paydays for miners, teamsters, farriers, and jobs at the train station, the local smelter and especially in the restaurants and saloons that thrived in town.
This weekend, as in those times, local musicians and their stringed instruments are meandering through the streets and select venues in town with music to perpetuate that successful Ore Wagon tradition, “when the Wagons are rolling, the fiddlers are strolling”.
Cornerstone Bar & Grill - Globus Restaurant-Grill at Knob Hill - Kneadery - Perry’s Restaurant-Pioneer Saloon - Sun Valley Wine Company
Fri02Sep2016Mon05Sep2016Various Times Located throughout the Valley
Festivals throughout the Wood River Valley bring professional arts, crafts, and antique dealers from all over the West.
Hailey's Antique Market
Roberta McKercher Park and Hailey National Armory, Thursday – shop set up!
Ketchum Antique & Art Show Labor Day 2015
Over 30 Friendly Dealers with Reasonably Priced Antiques – Arts – & Collectibles!!
Something for Every Collector!!
Promoted by Blue Cow Antiques – Dana Jo Cameron – Call 312-4900 or Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
The largest non-motorized parade in the Northwest, the Big Hitch Parade includes over one hundred museum quality buggies,carriages,carts,stage,coaches, and wagons.The six enormous Lewis Ore Wagons, known as the Big Hitch, are the grand finale and are pulled by an authentic 20 mule jerkline.
Please click on map for larger printable version
Sat03Sep201610:30 amFestival Meadows
The Eh-Capa Bareback Riders demonstrate the horse riding and jumping techniques of the Native Americans. They ride without the benefit of saddles or bridles.
Sat03Sep20163:00 pmEast Avenue
Join us on East Avenue for music, food, and a family friendly environment. Stay “in tune” with the weekends western theme, and listen to some good ol’ country music, from Amy Clawson & Coltrane. The party begins after the parade, the parade awards are announced at 4 p.m., with live music throughout and headliner Amy Clawson and Coltrane taking the stage at 5 p.m.
Sat03Sep2016Sun04Sep20165 p.m. - 8 p.m. Atkinson's Park
Meet, greet and welcome party
Sat03Sep2016Sun04Sep20168 a.m. - noonKetchum Town Square
Start Your Labor Day Weekend With a Pancake Breakfast!
Join us and start the Labor Day celebration right: Papoose Club invites you to our famous all-you-can-eat annual Pancake Breakfast.
Papoose Club members and friends will be cooking up delicious pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, and serving Starbuck’s coffee. Held at the Ketchum town square during Wagon Days festivities, Papoose Pancake Breakfast is a locals best loved tradition that dates back to 1977.
Come have breakfast with us on Saturday morning and then walk to Main to watch The Big Hitch Parade at 1:00. Come back again for more breakfast on Sunday and bring friends and family!
Saturday, September 3rd
Sunday, September 4th
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Ketchum Town Square
$7 Seniors & Teens
Free Under 3
Papoose Club is a local charitable organization that helps fund youth programs in Wood River Valley. The Pancake Breakfast is one of our most important fundraising events, so come support your community by eating breakfast with us.
Papoose Club celebrates over 60 years of the Wood River Valley tradition!
Founded in 1954, the primary purpose of the Papoose Club is to promote and assist educational, cultural, and athletic growth for the children of the Wood River Valley. For more information about Papoose Club’s upcoming events or to make a tax-deductible contribution, please visit www.papooseclub.org.
We wish to thank our generous sponsors for another year of support!
Sat03Sep20168:30 pmSun Valley Resort
Sun Valley Ice Show
Buffet doors will open at 7:30pm.Bleacher doors will open at 8:30pm.
Sun04Sep2016Sunday AfternoonKetchum Town Square
The ride finishes in Ketchum's scenic town square. Events at the finish include an old-fashioned Idaho barbecue with food, music, bike valet and heel-kicking festivities.
Mon05Sep20166:00 pmSun Valley Pavilion
Tickets available at: www.sunvalley.ticketfly.com & the Sun Valley Recreation Office.