(Teton County, Wyo.) - Looking for something to do on this (hopefully) snowy weekend? Here are some free options for kids and adults alike: *1. Three Rivers Rock 'n Country:* The band Three Rivers Rock 'n Country will play live at the Silver Dollar Showroom tonight, Friday, January 15 from 7:30 - 11 p.m. The show is free. *2. Free Cross Country Ski Tips:* On Saturday, January 16 at 10 a.m. at the Stilson Lot, join experienced and enthusiastic Nordic Instructors and improve your kick and glide or skate stride. Look for them in red JHMR uniforms either on the Nordic track or in the Transit building. *3. Health Insurance Marketplace Assistance:* On Saturday, January 16 starting at 10 a.m. at the Teton County Library, the library offers 45-minute, one-on-one sessions with a certified navigator for community members wishing to make changes to their federal health insurance marketplace application or start a new application following qualifying life events. Registration required. Sign up at the Library Front Desk or call 733-2164, press 1. *4. National Elk Refuge Birding Excursion:* A Refuge winter naturalist will lead a birding excursion onto the National Elk Refuge. They will have binoculars and field guides to share, but guests are encouraged to bring their own supplies if available. Participants should be appropriately dressed for the outing, which will include frequent stops in and out of the vehicle. The trip will include travel into areas of the Refuge generally closed to the public. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the naturalist reservation line at (307) 201-5406. The event is free and goes from 1 - 4 p.m. on Saturday. *5. Chanman solo at the K Bar:* On Saturday, January 16 from 4 - 6 p.m., Chanman will play apres' ski at the K Bar in Teton Mountain Lodge. Songs from Chanman's new CD "Chanman solo," ski bum originals and standards. The live music is free and open to all. Did we miss a great free event this weekend? Connect with us
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*Feature Photo: A pair of bald eagles keep an eye on the landscape at the
National Elk Refuge. h/t USFWS / Tim Pratt, Biology Technician /