Facilities

Dining Options

Throughout the day delegates will have access to the Mural Room Restaurant, the Pioneer Grill and Blue Heron Lounge. The Mural Room will be open for dinner Sunday through Tuesday, and Thursday until 9:00 PM. The Blue Heron Lounge will be open for light dinners every night of the week until midnight. Other options, only a few minutes away, include Signal Mountain Lodge (307.543.2831), which offers casual dining until 9:00 PM every night and the Hatchet Resort (307.543.2413) where you can enjoy breakfast and lunch from 7:00 AM - 2:30 PM or dinner from 6:00 - 9:00 PM.

Religious services

Chapel of the Sacred Heart, a few minutes from Jackson Lake Lodge, hosts Catholic Mass on Saturday at 5:30 PM and Sunday at 10:00 AM. Other religious services are available in town.

Health tips

While most visitors to Jackson Hole experience no medical problems, you should be aware of the effects that a high-altitude environment can have on you. To this end, you will find a handout in your delegate bag that will help ensure your visit to the Rocky Mountains is a healthy one. If you need medical care, please contact the front desk at the Lodge and they will make immediate arrangements. Remember, even if the days are chilly, you need sunscreen in the mountains.

Spa Services

Jackson Hole is renowned for its excellent spa resorts and day spas, and there are many from which to choose, including: Four Seasons 307.732.5000, Spring Creek Resort 307.733.8833, Teton Mountain Lodge 307.734.7111, Amangani 307.734 7333, Avanyu Spa at Snake River Lodge & Spa 307.732.6000, Body Sage Spa at The Rusty Parrot Lodge 307.733.2000.

High Holidays 5770

The Jewish Community of Jackson Hole welcomes participation in observance of the High Holidays. Services are conducted by Reform Rabbi Stuart Geller and Chazzan Judd Grossman at St. John's Episcopal Church (170 North Glenwood). All services are free and transportation from the Lodge is available.
September 25: Shabbat Shuva. 6:00 PM Services followed by Oneg
September 27: Kol Nidre. 6:30 PM
September 28: Yom Kippur. 10:00 AM Potluck community breakfast in the Fellowship Hall at 7:00 PM

Community Screenings

This year, the industry conference will culminate with selected finalists and winners screened at the Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson Oct 3-4. See the schedule at the back of the book for details. Entry is free with your Delegate badge.

Outside Excursions

Surrounded by Grand Teton National Park with Jackson Hole to the south and Yellowstone to the north, the options for outdoor activities are endless. Nature hikes, early morning wildlife photo expeditions, Park tours, float trips, wagon rides, fishing trips, biking, lake cruises and horseback riding are only a few of the many possibilities. For more information, or to register for outings, visit the Activities Desk at Jackson Lake Lodge. The Festival staff is also delighted to make personal recommendations.