Festival and Western Design Conference visit included in new guest ranch package
Left to right: Jackson Hole Arts Festival featured artwork “Greeting the Dawn” by Edward Aldrich; Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa; “My month with the moon” necklace by Genevieve Yang to be displayed at the Western Design Conference.
Jackson Hole, Wyo. – March 23, 2016 – A special day enjoying the best of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival and Western Design Conference is part of a new fall long-weekend getaway package from luxury Wyoming guest ranch Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa. The 100-year-old historic lodge and exclusive resort experience is located on pristine Brooks Lake in the Shoshone National Forest, a short drive from Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Brooks Lake Lodge created the new four-night Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Day Out package, offered Sept. 7-11, 2016, to provide guests with a fun day in town to visit the renowned Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival and Western Design Conference while still taking advantage of the remote scenic beauty and outdoor activities of a Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa stay.
“We anticipate that guests will enjoy a day in Jackson at the Western Design Conference and Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival,” says Brooks Lake Lodge General Manager Adam Long. “Guests will check into the lodge on Wednesday, Sept. 7; go riding, hiking or fishing on Thursday, then spend Friday afternoon in Jackson Hole at the Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale followed by the opportunity to explore Jackson’s many art galleries over wine and appetizers during the arts festival’s Palates and Palettes event. We’ll bring them back to the resort after dinner on Friday and they’ll have their choice of resort activities on Saturday for the perfect extended weekend escape.”
The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Day Out package includes Brooks Lake Lodge accommodations, meals, activities and spa access—plus round-trip transportation to Jackson Hole on Friday, Sept. 9, with tickets to the Western Design Conference. Rates for the Sept. 7-11, 2016, four-night all-inclusive package start at $2,133 per person including transportation from the lodge to and from Jackson on Friday, Sept. 9, ticket to the Western Design Conference, all taxes and resort fees.
A signature event of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, the Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale (WDC) presents one-of-a-kind Western-inspired functional art that reflects a high degree of sophistication, creativity and craftsmanship – often with an innovative use of distinctly Western materials. Art lovers and collectors will find a variety of unique handmade furnishings, accessories, fashions and jewelry on display and for sale, with the opportunity to meet and talk with the 130 juried artists for a deeper understanding of the influences and processes that went into creating the pieces.
Now in its 32nd year, the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival takes over the town of Jackson during one of its most beautiful times of year, with the surrounding mountains ablaze in color. On Sept. 9, more than 30 of the town’s internationally known art galleries open their doors to showcase magnificent art with food and wine for the much-anticipated Palates and Palettes Gallery Walk, one of the festival’s most popular events.
Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa, a 100-year-old historic guest ranch near Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, sits at 9,200 feet above sea level one mile from the North American Continental Divide, with views of the Pinnacle Buttes, Austin’s Peak and Brooks Mountain. Surrounded by mountains, evergreen forests, wildlife and the pristine Brooks Lake, the exclusive, all-inclusive Wyoming Rocky Mountain resort offers five-star service, luxury accommodations and gourmet dining. The new separate spa facility was built with Western craftsman-style detailing to complement the historic lodge. A dude ranch by summer and ski and snowmobile haven in the winter, the lodge provides year-round activities for outdoor enthusiasts. All-inclusive rates include lodging, meals, activities and spa access. For additional information and reservations visit www.brookslake.com or call 866.213.4022.
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