Mon25Aug2014Sun31Aug201410:00 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.
Wed27Aug20145 pm - 6 pm Ore Wagon Museum - East Avenue and Fifth Street
The next Ketchum/Sun Valley BAH will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 27, from 5-6 p.m. The ore wagons will be out of the museum so the event will be hosted inside the Ore Wagon Museum at East Avenue and Fifth Street. A donation of $5 per person is suggested. For more information, contact Gary Hoffman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 725-5522
Friday, August 29th, 2014
3-6 pm Specialized Bike Demo pick-up at Atkinson Park - look for the giant red truck. There is also an option to pick up demo bikes on Saturday.
Saturday, August 30th, 2014
Sun Valley Wagon Days Celebration. Parade starts at 1pm.
3- 8 pm Packet Pickup MANDATORY at Atkinson Park (2nd Ave & 8th Street). Onsite registration available. Specialized Bike pick up will also be at registration.
5 -8 pm Reception and meet-and-greet (details below), Rebecca will speak about the ride and generally get you smartened up around 6pm. Also at Atkinson Park.
Sunday, August 31st, 2014
Bag drop and bike valet opens at 7am (same spot as start/finish). Secure bag drop off for change of clothes, while you ride so you can change, get fresh, and stick around for the post-ride get-down. Action Wipes will have a changing/clean up stall at the finish, so no chamois violations.
8 AM RIDE STARTS in downtown Ketchum at East Street and Sun Valley Avenue! (Ketchum Town Square).
Afternoon: Ride finishes in scenic town square. BBQ, music, bike valet, and Gelande Quaffing. Curious? Read more about it below.
The Left Coast Country Band lifts our collective boot heels from 3-5 pm and 6-8 pm.
5-6 pm Awards, Presentations, Throwing Of Hands Up In The Air Like We Just Don’t Care
6pm Gelande Quaffing competition will start. Teams of 4 in Town Square at the Smith Optics booth. This may be the highlight of your entire trip. You don’t want to miss this. And the music carries us into the evening. The party goes as long as we do. Remember, Rebecca’s Private Idaho is an endurance event.
For more information please visit Rebecca's Private Idaho
Fri29Aug20145 p.m. - 8 p.m. Walk starts at Kneeland Gallery on 1st Avenue
Sun Valley Gallery Association hosts a guided Ketchum Art Gallery walk on Friday, August 29, 2014. Starts at 5 p.m. at Kneeland Gallery on 1st Avenue just south of Sun Valley road. 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. The walking tour takes about two hours and is led by former Idaho Legislator Wendy Jaquet, co-founder of the Sun Valley Gallery Association. Participants are welcome to join and leave the group as commitments allow.
For more information and a map of the galleries please visit Sun Valley Gallery Association
Fri29Aug20145:30-7:30 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 2014 Grand Marshal. Memory Park on Main Street between 5th and 6th. Live music, food and drink, open to the public.
Fri29Aug20147:00 pmRiver Run Lodge
$35 member, $45 nonmember, Early entry (allows entry 15 minutes prior to general admission) $75 member, $85 nonmember, $20 kids (12 & under)
The Head & The Heart is an indie folk-rock band from Seattle. They came together in 2009 through a series of open mic nights at the Conor Byrne pub in Old Ballard. They scored two a #1 single with their song “Lost in My Mind” and they’ve opened for Vampire Weekend, The Decemberists and more, and are on the ascent.
For more information, a map, or to purchase tickets please go to Sun Valley Center for the Arts
Fri29Aug2014Sat30Aug2014Various Times Various Locations
Ketchum comes alive with the Western music and cowboy poetry on Friday and Saturday, August 29th and August 30th for Wagon Days. Hear old time cowboy poets swap stories and tell whoopers in the Ore Wagon Museum. Catch local musicians and pickers as they meander through the streets and perform during regular business hours at these local grub and watering holes:
Sun Valley Wine Company
The Sawtooth Club
The Pioneer Saloon
The Grill at Knob Hill
Cornerstone Bar & Grill
Fri29Aug2014Mon01Sep2014Various 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!
Friday 9am-6pm • Saturday 9am-6pm • Sunday 9am-4pm
NEW KETCHUM ANTIQUE & ART SHOW LABOR DAY 2014
AUGUST 29th – 30th – 31st (9:00 am to 7:00 pm) & SEPTEMBER 1st (9:00 am to 4:00 pm)
LOCATED AT FOREST SERVICE PARK – KETCHUM, IDAHO (Washington & 1st Avenue)
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 - email@example.com
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.
Sat30Aug20142:30 pmOre Wagon Museum - East Avenue and Fifth Street
Dedication of the new exhibit Panels at the Ketchum Ore Wagon Museum. Event will take place at 2:30p.m. following the parade.
Welcome address by Ketchum Mayor Nina Jonas. Light refreshments provided by Perry’s.
Sat30Aug20143:00 pmCasino on Main Street in Ketchum
The famous Casino, located on Main Street in Ketchum will feature Live Music after the Parade.
Sat30Aug2014Sun31Aug20148 a.m. - noonKetchum Town Square
It’s never been so easy to support your local youth – just bring your friends and family over and enjoy the Papoose Club Wagon Days Pancake Breakfast with delicious Starbuck’s coffee.
Join us the Papoose Club on Saturday, August 30 & Sunday, August 31 of Labor Day weekend from 8 to noon for an amazing all-you-can-eat Pancake breakfast.
Papoose Club volunteers and local characters will be cooking up delicious pancakes, sausage, and scrambled eggs, and serving delicious Starbuck’s coffee. Held at the Ketchum Town Square during the Wagon Days festivities, the Pancake Breakfast is a long-time tradition that dates back to 1977.
Come have breakfast with us on Saturday morning and then mosey on down a few feet to watch The Big Hitch Parade at 1:00. Come back again for more breakfast on Sunday after the start of Rebecca's Private Idaho!
Papoose Club is a local organization that funds youth programs and opportunities. The Pancake Breakfast is one of our most important fundraising events, so come support your community by eating breakfast with us.
We wish to thank our generous sponsors for another year of support: Sun Valley Insurance,Atkinson’s, Starbucks, Power Engineers, St. Luke’s Clinic Pediatrics, and Marketron.
About the Papoose Club
– six decades of 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 visitwww.papooseclub.org.
Saturday, August 30
Sunday, August 31
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Ketchum Town Square
$7 Seniors & Teens
Free Under 3
For more information please visit Papoose Club
Sat30Aug20149 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fourth and East
Visit Ketchum Town Square located on Fourth and Washington for mini-train rides, astro-jump, climbing wall, bungee run and much more. Proceeds to benefit SMAS Cheerleaders. Unlimited all-rides pass $10.
Sat30Aug2014Sun31Aug20149 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sun Valley Resort
Silver Auctions presents the annual Sun Valley Collector Car Auction. 250 collector car owners and dealers gallantly arrive at Sun Valley Resort where their prized possessions are displayed and auctioned off in this two-day premier sale. For more information call (800) 255-4485 or visit Silver Auctions
Sun31Aug20141-4pmRotary Park off of Warm Springs Road at Saddle Road
Rotary Park, Warm Springs Road, Ketchum. Music, food and fun! For more information and to purchase a duck call visit www.rotaryduckrace.org. Cost is $5 per duck, 6 for $25, and 13 for $50.
Who:You! Bring yourself and the kids to the 17th annual Great Wagon Days Duck Race. This is a family friendly event!
When:Sunday, August 31st, 2014
The Party starts at 2:00 p.m., with live music from 3-5 p. m. The ducks should hit the water around 4 p.m.
Where: Rotary Park: Warm Springs Road at Saddle Road
Thousands upon thousands of ducks will be launched in the Wood River at the Warm Springs bridge and will race to the finish line at Rotary Park.
Prizes: Prize winners will be announced Monday on this website and in Wednesday’s paper.
Mon01Sep2014Main Street Bellevue
City of Bellevue hosts music, food, crafts and more.