Now Accepting Application for the Summer People’s Market

Want to sell at Jackson Hole’s Wednesday farmers market? We accept food growers and food makers of all kinds and have limited spots available for nonfood products as well.
Fill out our online form to apply you’ll also need to complete the Health Department’s Temporary Food Service Permit 

Join us for the The Final Winter People’s Market of the season will take place on May 13th in combination with the Jackson Hole EcoFair. Find us at the Snow King Ball Field from 12-5PM on May 13th

10 ways to save money on food

Society has the impression that a healthy diet involves some additional expenses, an impression that is totally wrong and wrong. Today we talk about 10 ways of a rational approach to food procurement.

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And now let's get started with the tips:

  1. Try to make a list of the products you need in advance. If you go shopping without a pre-made list, you run the risk of buying unnecessary products. The list will not only save you time but will also significantly reduce your expenses.
  2. Don't buy ready-made food. Better buy ingredients to prepare it at home. The finished product is more expensive than the ingredients purchased separately. It is better to buy a cookbook than to spend extra money on food cooked in suspicious conditions.
  3. Prepare the portion in advance for later cooking. When you come home from work it is much easier to cook from already prepared portions.
  4. Choose large batches. Wholesale shopping significantly reduces costs and ensures the availability of the ingredients needed for cooking.
  5. Enjoy the taste of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Do not buy imported products that are grown in greenhouses and go through various suspicious processes until they reach the store shelves. Local seasonal products are cheaper and always fresh.
  6. Start gardening. Fruits and vegetables grown by yourself are healthier and practically free.
  7. Do not buy products from dealers, try to buy them directly from manufacturers. This will save you money and ensure the quality of your products.
  8. Use store discount cards.Shop discounts everywhere.
  9. Try baking bread at home, making chocolate, or some drinks. Every day, we spend large sums on their purchase. Your preparations not only save you money but are also good for your health.
  10. Reduce waste. More than 25 percent of purchased food is discarded. Remember that fruits and vegetables can be frozen, which will give them long-term validity.

Reusable Cup Program Recently Launched!

Zero Waste Program CONTINUES AT THE WINTER Peoples Market

In 2021, Slow Food in the Tetons launched our zero waste initiative at the People’s Market! We are focusing on eliminating all disposable cups, plates and bowls at the weekly markets. Were encouraging all market goers to bring their own cup each week. For those who might forget to bring a cup, were also offering custom stainless steel cups from Liquid Hardware that market goers can rent or purchase for use during the markets. Slow Food is excited to offer this new pilot program as part of a partnership with Teton County and Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling.

 

 

One week and counting!

The People’s Market start next Wednesday June 17th at 4pm are you ready? Keep your eye out for our new posters around town.

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Thank you again to all of our amazing sponsors!

The wait is finally over, the 2021 vendor applications are finally ready to go! There are a few changes from last year so all new and returning vendors should definitely read everything over carefully before submitting their applications. The People’s Market is searching for a few amazing volunteers for the summer season. Perks include a varying amount of fresh produce, some delicious comped beverages, and an rocking time every Wednesday night. The Market is also looking for musicians and non-profits who would like to attend. Please contact Chris or Kelly at inform@jhpeoplesmarket.org if you are interested in any of these amazing opportunities. Most importantly, keep checking back for more exciting announcements about new events happening this year, music and class schedules, and of course, The Biike in Movies.

Just follow this link to access the application:

People’s Market Application

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Thank you J Singleton Financial!

Every year we look back and say, wow – we live in a great community. We have awesome vendors, amazing participants and the best sponsors.

We’d like to throw a VERY big shout out to Judy Singleton and J Singleton Financial for their support over the years. Thanks for helping make the People’s Market a reality!

Join us at SHIFT JH this Friday!

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The People’s Market will be joining SHIFT on Friday Night! We will be the running Silent Auction table at the People’s Banquet — part of the SHIFT JH Festival. Silent Auction opens at 5pm! Cocktails/reception 5 – 6pm (free) Speaker Dr. Marion Nestle 6-7:30pm (free). People’s Banquet 7:30-10:00pm (visit SHIFT JH website for tickets) at the Center for the Arts. 

Silent Auction items that benefit the People’s Market include:
Handcrafted Limited Edition Whitebark Pine Snowboard from Franco Snowshapes, complete with day lift ticket to JHMR
Dance Party with “Crazy Tom” Haigh 3 Hour DJ Session
Cosmic Apple Half CSA Share
Guided Fly Fishing with World Cast Anglers and Fish the Fly
Dining Certificates at Snake River Grill, Couloir, Fine Dining Group and Sudachi
And other exciting prizes!

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Win a Handcrafted Limited Edition Whitebark Pine Snowboard from Franco Snowshapes on Friday at the Center!

4th Annual Iron Chef Competition!

2020 People’s Market Iron Chef Competition
Wednesday, September 17th
Base of Snow King
4-7pm

Jackson, WY – Get ready to watch local chefs duke it out at the 4th annual People’s Market Iron Chef competition. The dueling knife trophy is up for grabs once again and the team to beat is the Snake River Grill as they hold the title.

The Iron Chef competition will be held during the last Jackson Hole People’s market of the year on Wednesday, September 17th at the base of Snow King. In addition to the competition, there will be beer from Snake River Brewing, Thai Me Up, and Roadhouse as well as lots of local produce and art for sale.

The competition will start at 4:30 with the contestants being staggered at 10 minute intervals. Each chef will have one hour to complete their dish showcasing three mystery ingredients sourced from market vendors. The dishes will rated by a panel of four judges and the winner will take home the welded knife trophy.

Head chefs this year include Kyle Nicholson from Snake River Grill, Rich Hammons from Sudachi and Nate Fischer from the Couloir.

There will be plates auctioned off during the event of which all proceeds help support the People’s Market.

What better way to go out and support local food, producers, artisans, and brewers, than at the Iron Chef Competition at the last Jackson Hole People’s Market of the summer!

Sponsors of the People’s Market include:  J Singleton Financial, Snake River Grill, Snow King Mountain, Fitzgerald’s Bicycles, Hoff’s Bikesmith, Lost Creek Ranch & Spa, Mountain Khakis, Roadhouse Brewing, Snake River Brewing, Melvin Brewing, Teton Liquor Store, St. Johns, Pinky G’s, Jackson Hole News & Guide and Revolution Indoor Cycling.

The Jackson Hole People’s Market is a program of Slow Food in the Tetons.

For any questions or to set up an interview please contact Chris Hogberg at 253-229-7606 or marketing@jhpeoplesmarket.org

 

Top Gun – Wed, 9/3

As many folks know by now the People’s Market cannot control the weather (yet). And our Bike-In Movies got a bit of a shuffle, so here’s the scoop: Top Gun is playing tomorrow, and Dumb & Dumber will be on Wednesday 9/10. Remember, our most up to date info can be found on our Facebook page. See you at Top Gun!

BREAKING NEWS:

Bike-In Movie POSTPONED to next week due to weather.

See you on the 27th!

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