Get ready for a kraut-ed People’s Market

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 pm tonight (Wednesday, August 28) at the base of Snow King. Stock up on all things local: groceries, art, beverages, and snacks.

Remember, 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.

Here’s your guide for this week’s market.

Featured Vendor of the Week: 

Photo courtesy of Slow Food in the Tetons.

Farmer Fred has been growing vegetables for 30 years without commercial fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. His traditional sauerkraut is USDA certified organic and he raises all-natural hormone, antibiotic-free, and grass-fed lamb on his farm in Lander, WY. Meet Fred and pick up some of his delicious lamb, sauerkraut, and produce at today’s market!

Featured Nonprofits of the Week: 

Grand Teton Association is a nonprofit with a long history of supporting education, interpretation and research initiatives of agency partners. GTA inspires deeper connection, better understanding, and enduring support for our public lands.

Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum works to collect, preserve, and explore the past. The museum also supports educational programs and research that focus on archaeology and the history of the Native American presence in the Intermountain West. Find out more about both of these organizations at their People’s Market booths.

Musician(s) of the Week:

Photo courtesy of The Mollys

They’re back with more dreamy tunes to soothe the soul: Come hear Molly Watters & Molly Gibbs AKA “The Mollys”.

Featured Sponsor of the Week:

We are so grateful to Teton Habitat for Humanity for their continuous support of Slow Food in the Tetons and for their hard work building and securing housing for our community members. An affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat) was founded in 1995. Habitat for Humanity is striving for a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Keep up the amazing work!

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