Killebrew-Thompson Memorial Golf Tournament

Killebrew-Thompson Memorial Golf Tournament

August 15 – 18, 2012

Every August for the past 35 years, the Danny Thompson Memorial Golf Tournament in Sun Valley, Idaho has gathered celebrities, sponsors, participants, Members of Congress and supporters with one common goal: the cure for cancer and leukemia.

Started in 1976 by Harmon Killebrew and Ralph Harding, in memory of the Minnesota Twins shortstop, Danny Thompson, the Tournament is now considered one of the leading fundraisers for cancer research.  Last August the Board of Directors voted to honor the memory of Harmon Killebrew and his many contributions by adding the Killebrew name to its title.

We are proud to announce that the 2011 contribution to the recipients was $700,000. The proceeds from the event go to the University of Minnesota Cancer Research Center in Minneapolis and to the St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute in Boise.  Due to the participation and support of nationally known celebrities and corporate sponsors, the tournament has not only raised in excess of $12 million that has gone directly to cancer and leukemia research, but over the years those funds have been used in various matching grant programs that have been leveraged to the million dollar level annually.

"The contributions by the Danny Thompson Golf Tournament, critical in and of itself, has leveraged additional research funds of well over $25 million."  President Emeritus Robert Bruininks, University of Minnesota.

Becoming a part of this very worthy cause not only makes important strides in cancer and leukemia research possible, but also means four days of enjoyment for you and your guests in beautiful Sun Valley, Idaho.  We encourage you to participate in the upcoming event, which has been set for August 15-18, 2012.

For further details, please do not hesitate to contact our office.

Georgie Fenton
Tournament Director


Marley In The Mountains

Marley In The Mountains

Ketchum Town Plaza

February 18; 4pm


The Good Times return President’s Weekend for the 4th Annual Marley in the Mtns! Come out and celebrate winter and all the Mt. Niceness! The Greatest Show on Snow!

Abja and the Lions of Kush

Soulmedic backed by Lions Den Sound System and DJ Vision.

Old Death Whisper, Army of Pines, Captain Dano and the Nobodies.

Reggae/hip-hop sensation Obie Won will be MC.
Plus other special guests and surprises!


MITM is proud to partner with Sun Valley Adaptive Sports and its Higher Ground program. SVAS will receive $5 for all pre-sale tickets. Higher Ground would like to welcome all veterans to enjoy a FREE concert ticket.

Sun Valley Harvest Festival

Sun Valley Harvest Festival

Friday, Sept 21 – Sunday, Sept 23, 2012

Foodie Heaven: The 2012 Sun Valley Harvest Festival will feature regional food, wines and beers from farms, vineyards, and ranches around Idaho and the Northwest. The Festival will take place Sept. 21-23, in one of the most beautiful places in the world, World Famous Sun Valley, Idaho.

Embracing a national movement toward regional food and eating, the Sun Valley Harvest Festival features local, sustainable foods from around Idaho and the Northwest including produce, meats, fish, wines, spirits, and craft beers. The cuisine is unlike any you have experienced before and most of it is purveyed from less than four hours away. Idaho lamb, beef, and trout are the best in the nation, so expect a range of culinary delights featuring all three.

The Festival will also highlight Sun Valley’s extensive and eclectic restaurant scene from superior organic cuisine to local culinary delights.

Beyond supping and sipping, the Festival takes place in one of the most coveted mountain towns, Sun Valley, known for beauty and outdoor adventure including hundreds of miles of unsurpassed hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as one of the most reputable fly fishing destinations in the world. Not to mention the best skiing anywhere.

The Festival will feature the Harvest Festival Restaurant Walk through downtown Ketchum, cooking demonstrations with local and guest chefs from around the country, the Idaho Martini and Caviar Party, Harvest Dinners, the Grand Tasting, and the River Guide Culinary Demonstration.  River food is a unique blend of a love of outdoor adventure with creative culinary thinking……it is the ultimate moveable feast.

Food purveyors, regional and national chefs, winemakers, distillers, and brewers will come together during the festival to educate guests about how best to prepare, pair, and enjoy incredible food, wine, spirits, and beer.

As the tagline says, the Festival will give everyone the opportunity to "Taste, Learn, Experience, and Enjoy" their way through a weekend of fun filled events. Come join us in Foodie Heaven for a weekend of great food, and probably some new friends!

For more details please visit us at

44th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival

44th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival

Fri- Sun, Aug 10-12
Fri & Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Atkinson Park, Ketchum
Admission is free

This three-day outdoor exhibition of 130 artists from around the country features a wide range of unique handmade fine arts and crafts including painting, photography fiber, ceramic, metal, jewelry and woodwork.  Ranked as one of the best outdoor juried festivals in the nation, the Festival is a tremendous opportunity for Wood River Valley residents and visitors to meet artists and get a sense of what’s happening in the world of arts and crafts- and maybe even buy some art!  This popular community event includes artist demonstrations, live music and a children’s activity area.

Free Kids Crafts at the Sun Valley Center Arts & Crafts Festival

Aug 10-12, daily 11am-2pm
Atkinson Park, Ketchum

In the activity area children will have the opportunity to get their hands dirty by trying some of the techniques used by the artists in the Festival.  It’s all free, it’s all fun, and it’s all for kids!
The kids’ activity area is open from 11am-2pm each day.  All children under the age of 8 are welcome with an adult who is ready, able and willing to help them create art.  Children ages 8-12 can work alone but cannot leave the area unattended.