On Thursday, November 16 from 5:30-8:00pm, The Teton Behavioral Health Alliance, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, is hosting its first annual Soupgiving at the Virginian Lodge’s Wister Hall. The event is an opportunity to connect with fellow Jacksonites before the busy, and sometimes challenging, holiday season.
During this free event, enjoy heartwarming soups from local restaurants, a moment to connect with friends old and new, live music by Kirsten Farney and friends, a collaborative art project, and activities and crafts in the Kids' Corner led by Teton Literacy Center.
The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole is pleased to welcome Colby Mitchell as the Backbone Leader of Systems of Education, a part of the organization’s Education and Families initiative. Last spring, the Community Foundation launched its Education and Families initiative with Systems of Education, a collective impact network representing over 30 organizations engaged in education in Teton County, Wyoming.