Happy Thanksgiving from Sun Valley Associates

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November News & Updates
Happy Thanksgiving!

As the holidays approach and 2018 is winding down, there is so much we have to be thankful for. For one thing, we love our work. Our business is about relationships and it’s a true pleasure to participate in helping our clients-both buyers and sellers-transition to the next chapter of their lives. On a daily basis, we have an opportunity to connect with the families, and individuals-entrepreneurs, athletes, philanthropists, outdoorsmen, artists and generally great people who make up this small but mighty community. We’re thankful for these relationships. And we’re thankful for you- our clients, our friends, our colleagues, and our families.
When you’re lucky enough to call Sun Valley your home, you’re lucky enough. We wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving full of good food, laughs and hopefully a few turns on Baldy. Enjoy!

Top Five Places to Spend November

1. Ski Opening Day.
Round up the family and head to Baldy your first ski runs of the season. Stay tuned with a conditions report by checking the Sun Valley Resort website.

2. Holiday Aprés.

When you’re finished braving the cold, nothing is quite as fun as a little holiday aprés. Live Music can be enjoyed at River Run Lodge on Friday (Emily Stanton) and Saturday (Tyler and Train Robbers). You can also catch some amazing evening live performances at the Duchin Lounge at Sun Valley Resort.

3. Feasting.
Want to skip the prep work? Join Sun Valley for their annual Thanksgiving Buffet at the Limelight room from 2:00-8:00pm – they’ll do all the cooking and cleaning! Just sit back, relax and enjoy this festive celebration. But in our opinion, when it comes to Thanksgiving, nothing tastes quite like home cooking!

4. Catch a Movie. 

Take some time to let that Thanksgiving day meal digest. Head to our local movie theaters where you can enjoy a glass of wine or beer while you watch new movies like Dr. Seuss’ The GrinchFree Solo, and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Gindelwald.

5. Family and Friends. 

Arguably the most important part of Thanksgiving, and what we’re most thankful for, is our family and friends. Anything you can do to spend time with your crew is a recipe for a day well spent.


What’s Happening in the Wood River Valley

Winter Season Opening Day
On November 22nd, Sun Valley’s 83rd winter season is scheduled to begin on Dollar Mountain & Bald Mountain. Join for all of the fun on and off the snow! Click here for more information.
Turkey Trot Community 5k Fun Run
One of the most popular traditions in the Wood River Valley. Join us on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 22nd for the 16th annual Hailey Turkey Trot. The fun starts at 10am at the Sturtevants in Hailey. Costumes not required, but encouraged. Click here for more information.
Annual Giving Walk
Join the Sun Valley Gallery Association for the annual Giving Walk on the Friday after Thanksgiving, November 23rd from 4-6pm. Please bring non-perishable food items for donation to the Hunger Coalition.
Winter Wonderland Festival
Sun Valley’s kick-off celebration for the holiday season! Starting December 8th, featuring Santa, the infamous village train, live holiday music, seasonal food offerings and kids’ gingerbread/cookie decorating. More Winter Wonderland Festival events will be occurring all month long! Click here for more details.

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