Come celebrate People’s Market week eight

The 2019 People’s Market brought to you by Wind River Capital Management

The summer People’s Market is in full swing. Join community members, vendors, and entertainment from 4-7 p.m. Stock up on all things local: groceries, art, beverages, snacks, and even a bike light. That’s right, the first 50 people to come to the Slow Food table will receive a FREE Buckrail bike light. Here’s your guide for this week’s market:

Remember that the People’s Market is a zero-waste event. Don’t forget to bring your own cup (16 oz or smaller)! No glass cups or containers, please.

Featured Vendor of the Week: 

Credit: Shannon Corsi/Buckrail

Nestled in the rugged Upper Snake River Valley of southeastern Idaho, Lark’s Meadow Farms is a 3rd & 4th generation farmstead, producing unapologetically rustic cheeses, pasture raised meats, and bread. Their goal is simple: “be honest, produce great food and great relationships.”

Featured Nonprofits of the Week:


Friends of Pathways supports a vibrant community by promoting sustainable transportation and healthy recreation in Jackson Hole and Teton County SAR works to keep Teton County residents and visitors safe in the backcountry 24 hours a day — 7 days a week. Learn more about their work at this week’s People’s Market.

Musician(s) of the Week:

Credit: Morgan Bruemmer

Come hear the sounds of the glorious female acoustic duo Jenny and Sally from 4-7pm at the base of Snow King.

Featured Sponsor of the Week:

Photo courtesy of Glorietta Trattoria

Thank you to this week’s featured sponsor Glorietta Jackson — an Italian Trattoria where the focus is handmade pasta and wood-fired cooking with expertly crafted cocktails and a value-oriented cellar of incredible Italian wines. The menu folds in local ingredients to create curiously delicious meals all while paying homage to Italy. …it’s hump day, why not treat yourself to a divine meal and perfected cocktail tonight at Glorietta Jackson.

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