Jackson Hole Eco Fair - Simple and Sustainable Living in the Tetons

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The 11th anniversary Eco-Fair will take place on Saturday, May 10 from 12-5pm at the Snow King Ball Field, at the base of Snow King mountain in downtown Jackson. PLEASE NO DOGS.

In the spirit of Eco-Fair, please take alternative transportation to the event (i.e. bike, walk, START Bus, carpool). Event parking is available in the Snow King Ball Field lot, the lower Snow King Ice Rink lot and along neighborhood streets. Please do not park on private driveways or in lots belonging to area businesses.

Admission = $5 suggested donation

Your support is critical in helping event host Energy Conservation Works (formerly JH Energy Sustainability Project) cover costs.

Volunteers are needed!

Please contact us if you’re willing and able to help out. Thanks to Annika Sohlstrom at Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance for coordinating volunteers!

Bike services at Eco-Fair

Over 65 organizations will host educational and merchandising booths, including event sponsors Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board, Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling, Jackson Whole Grocer, High Country Linen Service, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Smith’s, Creative Energies and The Murie Center.

Food & Beverage

BYO reusable mug and enjoy $2 beers all afternoon from event sponsor Snake River Brewing! Beers are $4 without your own mug. Free vodka samples from Grand Teton Distillery. Food vendors: Jackson Whole Grocer, Local, Cafe Genevieve, Everest Momo Shack, 460 Bread, Bo B Q, Pinky G’s Pizza, Meeteetse Chocolatier and Mix Frozen Yogurt.

Live Music

Thanks to Stephen Carter, 307 Live and the Town Square Tavern for coordinating live music at Eco-Fair and underwriting our performance stage!

12:15-1:00pm — Delusion Blues
1:45-3:15pm — Chanman Roots Band
3:50-4:50pm — Wyatt Lowe and the Ottomatics

Displays and Demonstrations

Eco-Fair 2014’s energy conservation and efficiency displays will inspire and teach fairgoers about power options available in our area. Folks will be able to check out Creative Energies’ solar panels, which power the music stage, 98 Electric/Natural Resource Company’s backpackable photovoltaic power systems, and visit with Energy Conservation Works and Lower Valley Energy to learn about opportunities to increase energy efficiency in homes and businesses.

Raffle Prizes (tickets on sale at the event — 1 for $5 or 5 for $20)
Free Kids’ Activities

This winter and spring, the above organizations will be collecting alternative and reclaimed materials with the goal of reinventing their use and meaning on May 10. Kids (and adults!) will have the chance to create a fun and beautiful piece of art with local artist Ben Roth using otherwise non-recyclable items. A product of the Reggio Emilia teaching philosophy, Remida is a cultural project that represents an optimistic and proactive way of approaching environmentalism through the arts. Many thanks to the Center of Wonder and First Interstate Bank for supporting Remida 2014!

Mid-May Events in Jackson Hole

May 10-11 is a weekend not to be missed in Jackson Hole! Check out the line-up of events…

May 10-11 will be a weekend to celebrate community, wellness, Mother Nature… and mothers! Please join us!