Lavender and bluegrass at People’s Market week nine

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 tonight (Wednesday, July 24) 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: Shannon Corsi/Buckrail

Jackpine Lavender is a family-owned lavender farm in Felt, Idaho with more than 700 lavender plants and 12 varieties of lavender! All products are handcrafted with love and care using 100% USDA Certified Organic ingredients.

How can you benefit from using lavender products? Find out by stopping by the Jackpine Lavender booth!

Featured Nonprofits of the Week: 

Grab your cold brew, grab your tomatoes, and walk on down to our nonprofit tents at this week’s market to find out how Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities and Teton Habitat are working to make our community better!

Teton Habitat was founded in 1995 and is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International – an organization that strives for a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities’ mission is to displace the use of petroleum in the regional transportation sector, improve air quality through reduced harmful exhaust emissions, and increase energy security and sustainability.

Musician of the Week:

Photo courtesy of Brian Hager

Originally hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Brian Hager was greatly influenced by music legends like John Hartford and the Dillard’s and plays everything from folk and bluegrass to country and rock. Now with 20 years out west, there’s sure to be some classic cowboy tunes in the rotation!

Featured Sponsor of the Week:

A HUGE shoutout to Vera Iconica for their sponsorship and ongoing support of Teton Slow Food. As pioneers in the wellness architecture movement, Vera Iconica designs experiences that enrich their clients’ lives in harmony with nature. Using an evidence-based approach, they work to positively impact daily habits, rituals, behaviors, mindsets, moods, as well as overall comfort and well-being.

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