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Hey foodies! Summer deadlines fast approaching
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Is it too early to start thinking about the 2013 Farmers Market on the Town Square? Maybe, if you’re hankering for that first bite into a juicy Macintosh, but if you are looking to sell one this summer on the square you had better get it in gear.
The Jackson Hole Farmers Market on Town Square has just posted the 2013 vendor application form on their website. Expectations are high that 2013 will be a very competitive market and in all likelihood it will be tough to nail down a spot in the lineup. Board member Joan Anzelmo said the Farmers Market will have more vendor applicants than they have room for, so get a jump on it now.
Remember, the Jackson Hole Farmers Market on the Town Square accepts produce and fresh food vendors only. They do not accept any non-fresh food vendors. Further restrictions and new requirements for this season are posted on the website as well. Questions? Email market managers directly.
The first market takes place on Saturday, July 6 and runs through the September 28. Times are always 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Got chili? Get entered
Time is also running out on getting your chili entered in the Howdy Parders High Noon Chili Cook-Off. The popular event takes place on Sunday, May 19, during Elk Fest on the Town Square. Distinct categories accommodate professional chefs who work for some of the valley’s finest restaurants and amateur cooks looking to impress the crowds with grandma’s secret recipe.
In the past, entries have ranged from super-spicy to mild, with a few vegetarian dishes thrown in. To get yourself and your chili entered, check out the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce website or email Events Coordinator Rachel Reich directly.