Ice Cream and Horns highlight People’s Market week 5

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)

Credit: Shannon Corsi/Buckrail

Featured Vendor of the Week:

Shumway Farms is a 6th generation dairy farm located in Star Valley, Wyoming! Owned and operated by a family with a passion for local foods and regenerative agriculture, Shumway Farms produces amazing gourmet, farm-fresh ice cream, delicious raw milk products and grass-fed meats. Learn more and stock up at today’s market!

Featured Nonprofits of the Week:

Energy Conservation Works works in partnership with the Town of Jackson, Teton County, Lower Valley Energy, and a wide spectrum of organizations to implement and advocate for energy conservation and emissions reduction in Jackson Hole.

Teton County Access to Justice Center is a self-help legal resource center offering an awry of services including free seminars in legal topics and free law clinics.

Musician(s) of the Week:

Courtesy of Big Hole Brassoon

You look like you need some more horns in your life… luckily, you can get your fix at today’s People’s Market!

Formed in 2015 in Teton Valley, Idaho, “Big Hole Brassoon” formerly Big Hole Brass) includes members Karin Erickson Bivins (French Horn), Rachel Gray and Jenny Van Winkle (Trumpets), and @Al Young (Trombone/Baritone). With the addition of Molly Finkel (Bassoon) in 2019, “Big Hole Brassoon” continues to entertain audiences on both sides of the Tetons with an eclectic mix of classical, pop, jazz, rock and Latin music.


Courtesy of Local Restaurant

Local Restaurant & Bar provides an authentic Jackson dining experience while acting as responsible stewards of the natural environment that we call home. They are committed to sourcing the food they provide as locally as possible, reducing and redirecting waste and increasing the efficiency of their daily operations to use less energy.

We are so lucky to have Local Restaurant & Bar, whose mission aligns perfectly with that of Slow Food in the Tetons, as a People’s Market sponsor!

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