Annual Teton Valley Farmers Market, every Friday from 10pm to 2pm in front of the Driggs Community Center. Locally grown and produced foods. Farm fresh veggies and tomatoes grown right here in the Tetons. Vendors will offer locally baked breads and cookies, fresh cut flowers, organic mushrooms, jams and jellies, and many other delicious items. Come see all the tasty goodies made by your neighbors.
100 Main Street (in front of the community center)
Driggs, ID 83422
Fridays,10-2 pm June 24 - September.
Jackson Hole Farmers Market on the Town Square
The first market of the year is always on Saturday after July 4th. This year that will be July 9th. We invite you to visit our market each Saturday during the summer from 8:00(am) to 11:00(am).
The market is located on the Town Square each Saturday throughout the summer. It is great fun for the entire community! Bring your family, friend or dog down to the Square to get your weekly groceries, listen to some local music, learn about a local non-profit, pick up a recipe and taste some great food and, most importantly, come enjoy the benefits of eating locally. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you this summer.
Every week the market will feature a non-profit organization. Using the honor system, the featured nonprofit will receives 10% of the total sales from each vendor. Last year the market earned more than $14,000 total for our local nonprofit organizations.
Jackson Hole People's Market
"The People's Market exists to build community
thru food, art, music and family, while celebrating
products produced locally. "
Every Wednesday 4 PM to 7 PM
June 22nd, 2011 - September 21st, 2011
Redeemer Lutheran Church
Located at the Corner of Gill and Willow Streets
Next to the Recreation Center
The People’s Market’s incorporates all aspects of the community by providing a venue to gather and enjoy what Teton County and the surrounding areas produce. The market will provide a venue for farmers, food producers, artists, musicians and brewers. Additionally the market will provide fresh nutritious produce and foods to low income customers through the Wyoming Food Stamps program. If we are what we eat, choosing foods from the Teton eco-system will produce an amazing, strong and beautiful community.