Friday, June 17, 2011

Living Briefs

St. Thomas Playhouse will feature “Footloose the Musical” cast members Emmet Fourtuin as Ren and Mia Jefferson as Ariel for an Open Mic Night in Ketchum Town Square, tonight, June 17, from 6-8 p.m. Photo by Heather Black

Everybody get 'Footloose' in Ketchum

Iconoclast Books and St. Thomas Playhouse will hold an Open Mic Night in the Ketchum Town Square with the cast of "Footloose the Musical!" tonight, June 17, from 6-8 p.m. The cast will perform at 6 p.m., and an open microphone time for anyone who wants to perform will follow.

Hailey Idol to bring out talent

 The Wicked Spud in Hailey will host Hailey Idol tonight, June 17, from 6-8 p.m. for ages 6-99. Attendees can bring music on an iPod, play an instrument and sing along to music, or sing alone. Groups of no more than three members can participate and all pre-recorded music must be karaoke-style and on an iPod.

For details, call Music 'n' Me at 720-3918 or stop by the Wicked Spud or Yellow Brick Road store for details.


Grinder to reopen with benefit

The Coffee Grinder in Ketchum will reopen on Monday, June 20, after extensive remodeling. It will feature Caffe Vita coffee and a benefit photography show brought to Ketchum from Africa by Bob and Gina Poole.

Audrey Bashaw to host picnic class

Audrey Bashaw, a home economist, will present a "Hollywood Bowl" picnic cooking class on Tuesday, June 21, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at her home. Bashaw taught cooking classes in Southern California, where she focused on a "Hollywood Bowl" class. The class is part of the Sawtooth Botanical Garden's Meet the Chef cooking series. Cost is $35 for garden members and $45 for nonmembers. For registration and directions, call 726-9358.

Heritage Court to crown 4

The Blaine County Historical Museum this weekend will honor county residents Betsy Pearson, Theresa Richards, Maxine Molyneux and Joanne Davis as the ladies of the 2011 Heritage Court. They will be recognized for their contributions to the region's community history and heritage.

The public is invited to the official crowning of the four at the Liberty Theatre in Hailey on Sunday, June 19, at 3 p.m. Later in the summer, they will ride in a horse-drawn carriage in local parades on the Fourth of July, Pioneer Days, Wagon Days and Labor Day.

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