Friday, March 5, 2010

Living Briefs


Photographer to open studio

Photographer Hillary Maybery's new studio in Ketchum is located on Sun Valley Road above Starbucks. It will be open to the public during Gallery Walk tonight from 5-8 p.m. Maybery photographs weddings, engagements and kids. For details, visit hillarymaybery.com.

Library prepares for Our Moveable Feast

The Community Library in Ketchum will hold its popular fundraising event, Our Moveable Feast, on Sunday, March 14, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The evening will include hors d'oeuvres, drinks, a silent auction and fanciful decor in every room of the library based on mystery novels. Tickets are $100. For details, call 726-3493, ext. 105, or visit thecommunitylibrary.org.

Toy Run seeks sponsors for T-shirts

The 18th annual Toy Run, which will take place Saturday, Sept. 25, is seeking sponsorships to increase the money raised for the Community Holiday Basket Program. The Toy Run is seeking 32 sponsors for $75 each to support a T-shirt sale. T-shirts will sell for $15. The Toy Run will include all sponsor names on the shirts, which it hopes to have for sale by July 1. For details, call 721-1136.

Make MAD turns for Haiti

Wood River Valley ski racers are needed for a Nastar race on Saturday, March 20, at 11 a.m. on Baldy. The race will be followed by a BBQ celebration and awards ceremony at Apple's Bar and Grill in Warm Springs at 2 p.m. Race entry fee is $25, which does not include a lift ticket. All proceeds will benefit the relief effort in Haiti by Kethum nonprofit Make A Difference Now. Registration will take place at Warm Springs Lodge. A silent auction for the Haiti relief effort will take place Friday, March 19, at Whiskey Jacques' at 6 p.m. For details, call 720-6968.




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