CTF E-Newsletter, May 1, 2020

Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir takes its music to the internet for Wyoming’s first-ever virtual choral festival this spring.  The Choir’s 3rd biennial Spring Festival will go forward next month in a purely digital format, streaming online May 16 & 17, from Jackson Hole.

CTF E-Newsletter, October 18, 2019

The Wind River Indian Reservation is as beautiful as its melodic name. It’s one of the largest Reservations in the United States, spanning over 2.2 million acres and contained within the boundaries of the state. Its scenery ranges from high grassland to some of the most majestic and least populated mountain ranges. The Wind River Range is a renowned destination for historians, climbers, hikers, and visitors who come to absorb the culture.

CTF E-Newsletter, March 22, 2019

Jackson Hole’s writing community began with the likes of Struthers Burt and Owen Wister who came out West to enliven their spirits with open spaces and nature’s untainted wonders. Over the years, many writers have passed through the Jackson Hole area and many have stayed. Since the 1970s a noticeable literary undercurrent has fed the intellectual and arts communities. That tradition continues through Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund beneficiary, The Jackson Hole Writers Conference, June 27 – 29, 2019, which has united people through words for almost three decades.