February First Sunday December 9, 2013  |  By Admin

11:00 Museum opens

11:00 – 4:00  Children’s Crafts & Delicious Treats

Creating fun marmot puppets and animal shadow art.

12:00 – 1:50 Jackpine

Oldtime/Bluegrass and Celtic Music with harmony singing, guitar, mandolin, banjo and fiddle featuring talented musicians Rose Hendricks, Ty Mack, Sage Hibberd and Jerod Pfeffer.

11:15 – 11:55  Introduction to Tai Chi & Qigong

Experience the magic and ancient Chinese wisdom of Tai Chi and Qigong with Rosie Cully of the Wyoming Karate Club in an introductory class for all ages.  Circulate and build energy with standing and moving meditations.  Learn about the many other benefits of these slow, gentle movements.

Wapiti Gallery

12:00 – 12:40 Introduction to Yoga

Move your body in tandem with your breath.  Invigorate your mind/body connection by receiving instructions on what to do with your body and how to line up your bones in each posture.  This class offered by Akasha Yoga is geared for someone who has never done yoga, but all levels can enjoy.

Wapiti Gallery

12:45 – 1:00 A Spectacular Visit from Marvin the Marvelous Marmot 

Celebrate the seasonal return of light and learn about hibernating animals with the Teton Science School. Enjoy the poetry of Lyn Dalebout.  If we are lucky, Marvin the Marvelous Marmot may come out of his burrow.  Special guest, Mayor Mark Barron, will announce whether Marvin has seen his shadow or not.


1:45 – 3:00  Wellness Speaker, Dr. Sherrill Sellman, “How to Talk to your Genes to Optimize your Health, Healing and Rejuvenation”

  • Practical steps to help you get younger and healthier as you age
  • Understand the science of Epigenetics: how your diet, lifestyle and supplementation alters your genetic destiny
  • How to create a personalized nutritional plan with Nutrigenomics
  • Hitting the bullseye with Nutrigenomic Testing for healing and rejuvenation

Sherrill Sellman, N.D., Naturopathic Doctor (Board Certified in Integrative Medicine),is an educator, women’s natural health expert, psychotherapist and journalist in the field of women’s health. She is also, a much sought after international lecturer, host of a  weekly women’s radio show, senior editor and contributing writer to numerous health publications.  Dr. Sellman is the best-selling author of Hormone Heresy: What Women MUST Know.   Her professional credentials and commitment to an integrative healing approach extends over a 30-year period. Her website is

Cook Auditorium, $5.00 donation appreciated

3:00 – 4:15 Oneness Meditation with Patricia Keel

Experience the Oneness Meditation with Dr. Rev. Patricia Keel, Unity Minister from Berkeley, CA and one of 18 Awakened Oneness Meditators in North America. This open-eye meditation to raise consciousness helps you experience inner silence and the presence of your own personal connection to Source. This is a non-denominational event for people of all faiths and beliefs. All ages welcome; we ask that children be accompanied by a parent.

Member’s Lounge,  Donations are appreciated.

4: 15 – 4:45 Native American Drumming by Sacred Mountain Singers

Songs around the powwow drum honoring the animals of Jackson Hole. The rhythm and vibration of the drum connect us to the earth; the songs stir us inside.


4:45 – 5:00 Sunset Ceremony at the Totem Pole

Enjoy a ceremony to call in the seven directions and a traditional sunset song performed by Sacred Mountain Singers, followed by the transporting sound of crystal sound bowls played by Daniella Botur.  The ceremony will conclude with a circle of candles on the back deck in gratitude for the Return of Light, marking February 2nd, known as Candlemas Day in many parts of the world.

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