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“Night of the Wild Cat: Celebrating Lions and Tigers and Cougars (oh, my!)” features a world-premiere screening of “The Age of Big Cats: Puma," and other short films from the International Big Cats Film Festival, according to a press release from organizers. 

Local wildlife experts will discuss challenges and successes for "the valley’s resident big cat," the mountain lion. The event also includes chances at raffle prizes including a Tom Mangelsen print and Mountainsmith backpack. 

Where: Center Theater, 240 S. Glenwood St., Jackson

When: Doors and bar open at 6:30 p.m., films start 7 p.m. Friday 

Tickets: $10 plus $2 fee for adults, free for children younger than 12 at jhcenterforthearts.org or (307) 733-4900.

Info: ​jhwild.org or Jackson Hole WILD at 307-200-3286, extension 6

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