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SVSEF Wild Game Dinner

December 8, 2023

The Wild Game Dinner is a time-honored tradition, and an essential evening for the annual fundraising of the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation. Each year, the generosity of attendees at the Game Dinner allows the SVSEF to continue providing training and opportunities to the youth of the Wood River Valley. The dinner is an opportunity for families and friends to reconnect, and to take a moment to reflect on the value and heritage that snow sports hold in this community.

– Sun Valley Culinary Institute Forks N’ Spurs Events

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December 8, 2023
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FREE Business Listing

The Wood River Valley Locally Grown Guide

The Wood River Valley Locally Grown Guide is a free marketing tool for businesses who grow, use, and promote locally grown food. The Guide reaches over 15,000 people annually.

Being listed is free for your business and only requires filling out a short survey.

Once approved your local food business will appear immediately on locallygrownguide.org and in the 2024 Locally Grown Guide printed edition.

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