Slow Food is Hosting a Winter Farmers Market!
Come stock your freezer and pantry with local food, get dinner from our prepared food vendors, and enjoy a happy hour beverage and some music. The Winter People’s Market will run once per month throughout the winter on the Second Saturday of the month.
Inside the County Fairground Building
350 W Snow King Ave, Jackson, WY
On the START Bus route.
Now accepting applications for the 2016/17 Winter People’s Market
To become a vendor at this year’s market complete the application and complete the Health Department’s Temporary Food Permit Application
“The People’s Market exists to build community
thru food, art, music and family, while celebrating
products produced locally.”
The Jackson Hole People’s Market’s incorporates all aspects of the community by providing a venue to gather and enjoy what Teton County and the surrounding areas produce. The market will provide a venue for farmers, food producers, artists, musicians and brewers. Additionally the market will provide fresh nutritious produce and foods to low income customers through the Wyoming Food Stamps program. If we are what we eat, choosing foods from the Teton eco-system will produce an amazing, strong and beautiful community.
2015 Dates: June 17- September 16 (Every Wednesday night from 4-7pm)For more information please visit jhpeoplesmarket.org or contact Chris Hogberg or Kelly Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zero Waste Pilot Program at 2015 People’s Market
Slow Food in the Tetons is excited to launch our zero waste initiative at the People’s Market this year! We are focusing on eliminating all disposable cups at the weekly markets. We’re encouraging all market goers to bring their own cup each week. For those who might forget to bring a cup, we’re also offering custom stainless steel cups from Liquid Hardware that market goers can “rent” or purchase for use during the markets. Slow Food is excited to offer this new pilot program as part of a partnership with Teton County and Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling.