The 2019 People\u2019s 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) Featured Vendor of the Week: In Season JH has taken it to a new level at this year's People's Market! Alongside their naturally leavened bread made with organic ingredients, they are now serving up handmade wood-fired, sourdough pizza! It's both delicious AND local, with ingredients from Morning Dew Mushrooms, Winter Winds Farm, Star Valley Meat Block, Teton Full Circle Farm, and MORE! PLUS stop by the featured nonprofit- Full Circle Education booth to transplant and pick up a strawberry start for your garden. Bring the start to In Season JH to receive one dollar off of the Farmer\u2019s Special pizza. In Season will be donating $1 of each full-sized pizza to Full Circle this week! Featured Nonprofits of the Week: Our two featured nonprofits this week are Jackson Hole Clean Water Coalition and Full Circle Education! Be sure to stop by their booth's at this week's People's Market to find out more about their missions! "Jackson Hole Clean Water Coalition works collaboratively to initiate community-wide action in programs that will improve and protect Jackson Hole\u2019s surface and groundwater quality, which is vital to clean drinking water, healthy aquatic ecosystems for fish and wildlife and quality of life for our current and future generations." "Full Circle Education has provided Sustainable Living Workshops for adults and families in Teton Valley and Jackson Hole since 2007. Participants learn practical skills for growing, raising, and processing their own food in ecologically and economically sustainable ways. These classes have included cheese making, backyard chicken rearing, wild edible plant identification, the family cow (where participants learn what it takes to own and milk a cow), home brewing, soap making, and field dressing wild game." Musician(s) of the Week: 2 for 1 Season isn't over quite yet! Come catch Molly Watters and Molly Gibbs AKA "The Mollys" at today's People Market from 4-7pm at the base of Snow King Mountain! Sponsor: This week's featured sponsor is Jackson Hole Buckrail, your local source for news, jobs, events and community updates in Jackson WY. They will be joining us at this week's market, where the first 50 people to come to the Slow Food table will receive a FREE Buckrail bike light!