The 2019 People’s Market brought to you by Wind River Capital Management.
The Summer People’s Market is transitioning into fall. Join community members, vendors, and entertainment from 4-7 pm tonight (Wednesday, September 11) 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:
Garlic Fête produces and packages non-GMO, pesticide-free garlic in a way that benefits one of the world’s oldest and most beloved cultivated crops. They are based right here in Teton Valley—and they want to share their garlic with YOU!
Featured Nonprofits of the Week:
Teton Raptor Center is a non-profit organization advancing raptor conservation through education, research, and rehabilitation. They currently care for over 130 injured birds per year at their fully equipped rehabilitation facility and have expanded their mission to include education and research programs.
Community Prevention Coalition of Teton County works to promote the health of people living in the Teton County area, and to enhance community efforts by delivering effective opportunities for healthy living among multiple sectors of the community.
Musician of the Week:
Kenny Michaels was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming and started playing piano as a senior in high school. He describes his music, “Where boundless imagination meets collective inspiration at the end of the universe before the beginning of time!” You can catch his solo act as well as his duo “Champagne Galaxy” at today’s People’s Market.
Featured Sponsor of the Week:
St. John’s Medical Center, located in Jackson, WY, offers high quality, comprehensive health services close to home. For more than 100 years they have been a trusted, local health care provider treating patients through primary care, diagnostic imaging, health screenings and more. The excellent service you encounter at St. John’s goes far beyond what you might expect from a medical center in rural Wyoming.