(Jackson, Wyo.) - Here are five free things happening this weekend around the County: *1. Feathered Fridays:* The National Elk Refuge and Teton Raptor Center have scheduled a series of "FeatheredFriday" visits this winter at the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center. The programs, offered each Friday from 12:00 - 2:00 p.m., will run weekly through March 25. The Visitor Center is located at 532 N. Cache Street in Jackson. *2. Annelies Leland Art Opening: *On Friday starting at 7 p.m. at thThe Rose, there will be an art opening for artist Annelies Leland's S.a.l.v.a.g.e.d. The event is free and 21 and over. More information is available here.
*3. Easter Egg Hunts:* There are two Easter Egg Hunts in Jackson, and one
in Alpine, Driggs, Tetonia and at Grand Targhee. They are all free and open
to the community. Get the full list of Easter Egg Hunts in Buckrail's
article, "6 Local Easter Egg Hunts that Will Make your Child Hoppy."
*4. Music Under the Tram with One Ton Pig:* Starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday
afternoon under the Tram at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, One Ton Pig will
perform for free. More information is available at JacksonHole.com.
*5. Hill Climb:* The World Championship Snowmobile Hillclimb is happening
all weekend. Yes, it does cost $15 to get into the main event, but there
are plenty of places to watch the action for free around Snow King
Mountain. Get the full schedule for Hill Climb here.
Did we miss a great free event this weekend? Connect with us
and let us know what's happening.
*Feature Photo: Music Under the Tram. h/t JHMR / Pitchengine Communities*
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