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Silent Film Shows Local Winters of Yore
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Dogs just want to mush, whether the dogs of a century ago or Troy Larsen’s teams this century.
 
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STORY AND PHOTO BY KAREN BOSSICK

The winter of 2019 was certainly memorable, what with Sun Valley Resort receiving 135 inches of snow during the month of February alone.

Winter has always been something to celebrate in the Wood River Valley.

Get a glimpse of winters past when the Blaine County Historical Museum presents the movie “Dog Sledding in Paradise” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 19.

The film, which will be narrated by longtime resident D.A. Outz, will be shown at the Minnie Moore Room of the Community Campus in Hailey.

The free screening will take a look at winter in Hailey during the early 1930s when residents ran sled dogs down Main Street and more. It also includes film footage of early skiing at Sun Valley.

Admission is free, although donations are welcome.

For information, call 208-788-4210.

 

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