Logos for Central Wyoming College and Native American Jumpstart
The Teton Powwow is a collaboration between Central Wyoming College and Native American Jump Start.

Food & Craft Vendors

  • Jedediah’s Food Truck
  • Central Wyoming College Food Truck
  • Vanessa Sanchez’s Native American Food Truck

Please note: all food vendor spots have been filled.

Craft Vendors: applications will be available shortly, please check back on this page for full details.


Housing and lodging can be a challenge in Jackson Hole.  Please make your reservations as early as possible!

Please support our lodging partners: 

Mountain Modern Hotel is pleased to offer guests a promotional discount of 30% off Rack Rates on a space available basis. Discounted room rates are subject to a 5% per day, per room Resort Fee and a Tax rate of 11%.  

Guests can call Mountain Modern Motel direct at 307-733-4340, ext. 1 and mention the group block and their stay date.  

Guests can also go  https://reservations.travelclick.com/102165?groupID=3843701

Other lodging options:

Virginian RV Park – 90 Virginian Lane; 307-733-7189
Fireside Resort  – 2780 North Moose Wilson Road; 307-733-1377
Snake River Cabins & RV Village – 9705 S. Highway 89; 307-733-7078
Grand Teton National Park (multiple campgrounds)
Jackson Hole Central Reservations – 888-838-6606


Getting to the Teton Powwow & Showcase:

  • The Teton Powwow will be held at the Snow King Events Center in Jackson, Wyoming.
    Google map here:

  • The Showcase will be held at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming.
    Google map here:


Sustainability and Green Practices

The goal of these guidelines is to reduce environmental impact during the Teton Powwow and Native American Showcase and Cultural Education Forum.

Many of these guidelines are reflective of Teton County’s Road to Zero Waste Green Event Resource Guide, which also aims to increase cost-effectiveness and create greater connectedness across the local community with regards to solid waste reduction.  Its intention is to achieve 60% waste diversion from landfill or incineration by the year 2030. 

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Planning Your Participation:

  • Please be thoughtful about the materials the Powwow attendees will be using and disposing of.  Ideally, they are reusable, recyclable, or compostable.
  • Please avoid non-recyclable and/or non-compostable products, such as single-use plastic water cups and polystyrene.
  • Water refill areas will be available for water bottles.

Food & Beverage Vendors

  • Compostable dinnerware is the best option, if reusable plates and silverware aren’t possible.  Plain white paper plates without a waxy coating are an inexpensive,biodegradable alternative.
  • Provide paper napkins only upon request.
  • Provide reasonable portion sizes and only what the consumer asks for.

Informational Booths

Limit handouts and giveaways.