Yee haw! The Jackson Hole Center for the Arts and Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum are putting on “A Western Winter’s Eve,” a night of music, dancing and fun — and Jen Ten filmmaking — at the Center’s lobby and theater this Friday, March 14th. Tix are $15, on sale now at the Center. Here’s the schedule:
6 – 7:30pm | Two-step to The Stagecoach Band Live in the Lobby with dance instruction by Dancers’ Workshop
7:30 – 8:30pm | See The “The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads” on the BIG SCREEN
8:30pm – 10:30pm | Disco on Center Stage after the film, boogie down with The Spartan from WYOBASS
The night’s festivities is, they say, the FINAL opportunity to see “The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads” on the big screen in Jackson. Tennican, the woman behind the film, is also debuting a new short film. “The Stagecoach” is going national, to be distributed by American Public Television.
“Creating this film was a community effort with over 200 individuals, foundations and businesses supporting the JHHSM’s project through tax-deductible donations,” say the evening’s producers. The Stagecoach Band, great food, and dancing (for pro and non-pro two-steppers) is all part of the fun. Costumes encouraged, but not required! Check it out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/389756964493047