Happening Today: Dick's Ditch Race, Free day at the museum, live music and more

(Jackson, Wyo.) - Here's what's happening today around the county: *Dick's Ditch Race: *This weekend marks the 17th Annual Dick’s Ditch Classic Giant Banked Slalom Race. This two-day banked slalom event is JHMR’s winter competition and a tradition that takes place on man-made and natural terrain in Dick’s Ditch from Lupine Way down to South Pass Traverse. This year presents Saturday’s run as the qualifier followed by the Sunday final. Both skiers and snowboarders advancing to Sunday’s competition start with a clean slate in a one-run, winner-takes-all format. *First Sundays at the National Museum of Wildlife Art:* This March, the National Museum of Wildlife Art will be hosting a Hispanic Heritage Celebration. In addition to Mexican food and beverages, programming will include: - 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Performances by the Hispanic Heritage Folkloric Dance Troupe - 2 p.m. Docent led tour translated by Juanita Flores. - 12 – 3 p.m. Make Papel Picado, a Mexican folk art made by cutting paper into elaborate designs. - All First Sundays are free to Teton County residents. *Apres with Major Zephyr:* On Sunday from 4 - 6 p.m. at the Mangy Moose is Apres with Major Zephyr. *John Wayne's World at The Trap:* Today starting at 3 p.m., John Wayne's World will be playing live for free at The Trap Bar and Grill. *Live Music with the Stagecoach Band:* Tonight starting at 6 p.m., the World Famous Stagecoach Band “Church”Stagecoach Bar Style will perform great country music and dancing This band has played every Sunday for over 40 years. *Taize at St. John’s Episcopal Church:* From 7 -8 p.m. on Sunday, Taize is an all-inclusive sung and silent participatory prayer service designed to achieve a contemplative state through music, song and silence. Taize offers a precious moment of quiet reflection in this busy world. *Mark Jenkins Returns to Jackson to Discuss His Epic Burmese Adventure:* On Sunday, March 6, at 5:30 p.m. at the National Wildlife Museum, Mark will give a talk entitled “Burma’s Resurrection: An Expedition Deep Into A Forbidden Land.” Last year, Jenkins, along with a team of North Face athletes, attempted to climb the highest peak in Myanmar (formerly Burma), Hkakabo Razi, which reaches 19,300 feet. The event is free an *Western Swing & Texas Two-Step Lessons: *From 6 - 7:30 at the Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center, is Western Swing and Texas Two-Step Lessons. The cost is $30.00 to $60.00 per couple. Join for lessons then take your new moves over to Sunday night dancing at the Stagecoach Bar. *Uncle Stackhouse at Town Square Tavern:* Sundays with Stackhouse! Local singer/songwriter acoustic guitarist performs unique covers of American favorites. There is no cover and the band starts at 10 p.m. *Feature Photo: Dick's Ditch Race on Saturday. h/t @**reneeglick on Instagram** / Pitchengine Communities * #buckrail #news #whatshappening