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Celebrate Our Artisans

By 23 September 2021
After our weekend of much needed rain, our vendors are ready to return to market under blue skies.

This Saturday boasts a well rounded group of vendors, some making their seasonal comeback in time for fall. In addition, Master Gardeners will be here, ready to answer your seasonal planting and gardening questions.

For all of you bread lovers, Grano will be off this weekend.

Never fear, La Provence Bakery and Fat Dutch Bread will be here with plenty of artisan loaves, including gluten free options. The PastrySmith will be laden with fresh pastries so make sure to check some of these vendors who bring their best to our market!

This week we are celebrating our talented group of artisans. Most of them will be present at the market on Saturday so it’s a great opportunity to feature some of their work in our newsletter. Our artisans use sustainable and environmentally friendly practices in creating their art, aligning with our market’s mission! Consider your holiday shopping needs and choose to purchase locally made!

In terms of produce, there will be plenty of pear and apple varieties, thanks to Kiyokawa Orchards. Brown Bottle Farm has beautiful fresh ginger right now so you don’t want to miss it. In addition, root veggies are in abundance along with some fall lettuce mixes, eggplant and flavorful heirloom tomatoes.

Free Hand Farm is back with beautiful fall bouquets grown on their micro flower farm and we have a well stocked bar thanks to our full line up of distilleries this week.

Don’t forget to stop by the info booth for your winter season bookmarks. We have plenty so make sure to get one for yourself and a friend.

Find us at 2051 Kaen Rd (at the corner of Beavercreek and Kaen Roads) here in Oregon City from 9-2 every Saturday.

See you at the market!

Art is natural and vital. It’s represented in so many forms and celebrates an artist’s creativity and talent. Our market is fortunate to have an exceptional group of artists, each of them contributing unique, one of a kind pieces. All of our artisans craft and create their items sustainably, upcycle found objects and utilize materials that are natural, ethically sourced and gentle on the environment.

When you purchase from our fine artisans you can be assured your dollars are being spent on carefully handcrafted pieces, made with fine detail and precision.

Please welcome this week:

Rising Earth Images – JoAutumn creates beautiful and original art pieces with the goal of inspiring others to see unique aspects of the natural world

My Copper Heart – Christine uses time honored traditions in hand crafting metal jewelry, paired with natural, found and vintage objects.

Joining Yarns: Sharayah is making her fall debut at this market this week with sustainably focused handknit accessories. Joining Yarns uses natural materials, compostable packaging and hand dyed yarns. A portion of all sales goes to organizations working with local unsheltered populations and global biodiversity protection.

Hazel n Blue: Laura will be in attendance this Saturday with a beautiful assortment of handcrafted polymer clay earrings and jewelry pieces. Each piece is individually designed and created. Plus, Laura
offers amazing seasonal pieces. You will want to check out her latest for fall!

CH Woodcraft: Carl will also be back this weekend with his popular handcrafted cutting boards and kitchen utensils. Carl’s attention to detail is obvious and his work is flawless. He creates beautiful, usable pieces by restoring wood into one of a kind items.

ZR Jewelry: You can find Bette at the market each Saturday with recycled, handmade wood jewelry along with delicate glass and crystal beaded work.

We hope you will include these talented artisans in your shopping this season!

Joining Yarns
ZR Jewelry
Hazel n Blue
My Copper Heart
Sept 25th Attending Vendors

Community Groups
Village At The Falls
Master GardenersODOT I-205 Project – representatives from Oregon’s Dept of Transportation will be here to answer questions about expansion, tolls and potential effects on our area in light of the 205 project

Live Music
Two Bit Brothers

Produce

L and L Produce – Hermiston Watermelons
Coyote Ridge Farm
Sun Love Farm
Farm D’ICI
Mindful Mushrooms
Brown Bottle Farms
Mulino Microgreens
South Barlow Berries
Kiyokawa Family Orchards

Pasture Raised Meat:
Campfire Farms
Lady Lane Farms
Fisher Ridge Farm

Oregon Coast Sustainably Caught Seafood
Wild Seafood Provisions

Dairy and Eggs
Lady Lane Farm (including ice cream)
Campfire Farms (eggs)
Sun Love Farm (eggs)
Pantry and Dry Goods:
Double Jump Coffee – Locally roasted, ethically sourced, bagged whole bean/freshly ground coffee
T Bee S Honey
29 Kettle Freshly Roasted Nuts
Spice Pilgrim
Prepared Foods:
Sidekick Provisions
Queen Chili
Bean Bar Tofu
Creole Me Up
The Hummus Stop
Roundhouse Hummus
Picasso’s PDX Picante
Rose City Pepperheads
Plant Based Chocolates:
ReTreat Foods

Baked Goods:
The PastrySmith
La Petite Provence
Sinful Confections (vegan, allergy free, gluten free)
Fat Dutch Bread
The Pie Guy
South Barlow Pretzels

Coffee and Tea:
Double Jump – ICED, too!
Spice Pilgrim (teas)

Kombucha:
4 Hearts Kombucha

 

Bouquets
Free Hand Farm
Lee Gardens
May’s Produce and Flowers
Hill Tree GardenWine, Breweries and Spirits
Straightaway Cocktails
Trail Distilling
Forest Edge Vineyards
503 Distilling
Dregs Vodka
Wild Roots Spirits
Viola Orchards

Artisans:
Hazel n Blue
Rising Earth Images
My Copper Heart
ZR Jewelry
CH Woodcraft

Seasonal Decorative Pumpkins and Garden Art
Bittersweet Springs
Greg’s Greenhouse

Wellness and Skincare Products:
Goat Goddess Soap
Healthy Roots CBD Products
Lavish Lavender

Prepared Hot Food
Sara’s Tamales
Divine Donuts

Services:
As Iron Sharpens Iron

OUT THIS WEEK:
Squirrelly Jane’s Hazelnuts
Landia Organic Skincare
By George Farm
Bearded Oregon
Bliss Nut Butter
2 Angry Cats Sauce
Mundus Foods

 

 

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