Join us for an evening of celebration and community as we raise our glasses together in an end-of-season salute to our local food producers, friends, and culinary family. The Local Harvest dinner is an intimate gathering at Local Restaurant. The 7-course meal is locally sourced and inspired by owners and chefs Paul Wireman and Will Bradof. Come meet our local farmers and ranchers and learn about why so many people are committed to growing and selling locally.
The Teton Food Tour is a family friendly community bike ride with several stops along the way each featuring a delicious small plate made from local ingredients. The bike ride begins at 1pm at Rendezvous Park and finishes at Teton Village at 5pm. In collaboration with Friends of Pathways, this event celebrates open space, bike paths, music, and local food. A perfect afternoon for the entire family. $30/ticket until July 19th, $35/ticket from July 20th – day of event.
A farm-to-table ranch style dinner to celebrate community and local food at the historic Lockhart Cattle Company. The dinner will featured grass fed Lockhart beef, seasonal local vegetables, wine, local beer and spirits, and live music $45/ticket
Slow Food in the Tetons hosts a year-round farmers market that features locally and regionally produced food and values good, clean and fair food.
Summer: June – September, every Wednesday 4–7PM at the base of Snow King Mountain.
Winter 2018/19: Every other Saturday from December 15th through April 2019 (No Market 3/23)
Click here for more information about the People’s Market and to become a vendor!
After School Cooking Classes: Farm-to-Table cooking classes Mondays and Thursdays from 4pm- 6pm at Summit Innovations School. Open to Jackson Hole Middle School students and Summit Innovations School students. Click here to sign up or for more details.
Sign up for the Summer Kids Cooking and Farming Camp– Coming soon in 2019
Sign up for the Kid’s People’s Market Cooking Camp – Coming soon in 2019
Farm-to-Table Cooking Classes: Join local chefs to create cuisine using local ingredients.
Taste Education Workshops: Eat food, drink wine, and meet local farmers. Join our newsletter to learn about upcoming workshops.