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5 Spring Events in Jackson Hole

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Spring has officially sprung in the Cowboy State, and while temperatures can still vary, there really isn’t a better time to visit Jackson. (We like all the seasons equally.) Here are 5 spring events to look forward to (and plan to attend). Click on each heading for more information.

Spring into Wellness Weekend Retreat, April 20-21

Feeling like a grizzly emerging from hibernation? Ready to shake off the winter blues and reset for spring? Then this one-of-a-kind wellness experience is for you! Presented by Medicine Wheel Wellness and Home Yoga Studio, this event will dive into your physical and emotional health through movement, relaxation, and education while surrounded by stunning scenery. Led by experts in their field, the retreat is designed to maximize your wellness journey. Tickets are $400 and include the wellness retreat, healthy snacks, lunch, refreshments, and swag. 

Center Presents: Tlaxcala Cultural Celebration, April 25

Did you know Jackson has a sister city relationship with Tlaxcala, Mexico? No? You're in luck, because you can check out all the details on this blog we wrote for you. This event is a celebration of that relationship and the heritage of the immigrant community members who call Tlaxcala home. Start the evening off right with Mexican food prepared by Central Wyoming College Culinary Students, enjoy paintings and photographs featuring daily life in Tlaxcala, film, and dance performances. All events are free and open to the public.

2024 Jackson Hole Shed Hunt, May 1

Everyone knows sheds are experts at camouflage. Join the annual shed hunt where thousands of people search the prairies for the best and biggest garden sheds. (Just kidding, that was dumb. We're writing this super late at night.) Every spring, thousands of people converge in western Wyoming for a chance to pick up shed antlers from deer, elk, or moose. Locals are required to fill out a permit. Non-residents are not eligible to go on opening day (May 1) and must purchase a conservation stamp before collecting shed antlers. Cost for residents is $20.

Winged Wednesdays at Teton Raptor Center, every first Wednesday

If you didn’t get your fill of raptors from the Jurrasic Park movies, come to the Teton Raptor Center’s Winged Wednesday where an expert will take you on a deep dive into different raptor topics. (The bird kind of raptors, that is. Sorry if we got your hopes up.) Topics vary each week from raptor rehabilitation, conservations, raptor ID, history, research, and more. The program is free but does require reservations. These are generally not suitable for children younger than 5.

Cirque Ma’Ceo, May 3-12 (weekends only)

If horses are your thing, we've got the perfect event for you. Described by the Ocala Star Banner as an “equine Cirque du Soliel,” Ma’Ceo features some of the most beautiful horses and artists on the planet. You’ll see acrobats, aerial dancing, and over ten different breeds of exotic horses. If that doesn’t sell you, consider Cirque Ma’Ceo’s own pitch: “Let the sound of thundering hooves transcend you back to the roots of festive gypsy life, in this contemporary high energy acrobatic stunt show. Step into our exclusive universe and settle back in time.” Tickets range in price but can be purchased on their website

For a complete list of events, visit the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce. This post is brought to you by Flat Creek Inn.

Breanne Kunz was raised in the Pacific Northwest but grew up spending summers in Idaho and frequently visiting Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park. She is a wife and mom who likes to write and travel and wants to travel more.

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