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Kick Off Labor Day Weekend at the Market

By 31 August 2023

Welcome, September!

We are feeling cooler mornings and earlier sunsets as we make our gradual shift to fall, yet sweet ripe peaches, tomatoes and varieties of squash at the market are endless. Colorful peppers, juicy melon, sweet corn and cucumbers are still offering plenty of that summer sweetness.

If you’re thinking of grilling over the long weekend, both Campfire Farms and Martson Farm will be here with beef and pork plus grilling tips for a top-notch meal. Need a side dish? Add some pickled veggies from Pam’s Pickled Products for a zesty addition, smooth and creamy hummus with homemade pita chips from The Hummus Stop and fresh, juicy melons from Jose Lucas.

WIC (women, infants, children) will be at the market this Saturday to finish handing out the final distribution of Farm Direct Checks. Many have not picked them up! If you are a WIC client and have not received your produce checks, make sure you come to the market on Saturday.  As a reminder they expire on Nov 30th.
Once you have your checks, stop at our Information Booth to use your SNAP benefits and receive up to 20.00 in a produce match!

Whether you’re heading to the beach, working the weekend or staying at home, make sure the market is on your list. Now is a great time to support your local growers, food makers and artisans.

We’re happy to welcome back some returning vendors to the market who we haven’t seen in a while! Make sure to pay them a visit.

  • The Pastry Smith
  • Landia Organic Skincare
  • Diana’s Delights
  • Wild Roots Spirits
  • Ed’s Divine Mini Donuts
  • PowWow4BowWow
  • Sao Noi Chili Oils
  • Hazel n Blue
  • Bean Bar Tofu
  • Squirrelly Jane’s Hazelnuts
  • RJ Farms

You can find us this Saturday at 2051 Kaen Road (corner of Kaen and Beavercreek Roads) in Oregon City from 9-2 until October 28th.

Mark your calendars for Nov 4th, 2023. We are moving to our new location at Clackamas Community College’s Green Lots (corner of Clairmont Drive and S Beavercreek Road) just 5 minutes away! We will keep our market customers informed as we move closer to the date and will provide easy-to-follow directions to eliminate difficulty in finding us. 

See you at the market!

Ring those bells! We’re in bell pepper season. Actually, ALL the peppers are in season currently showing off their brilliant colors, fragrant spice and crazy shapes.

Peppers are loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making them a nutrient rich food to add to your diet. Their heat can range from mild to spicy, depending on the variety of the pepper and the amount of capsicum (the chemical responsible for the heat) it contains.

Another benefit is the versatility of peppers. Not only are they inexpensive you can preserve them in a number of ways from roasting, freezing and even dehydrating them to enjoy all year long.

For the easiest method check out this simple freezing technique:

“Freezing peppers is a quick, simple, and no fuss way to preserve peppers from your garden. Simply cut your peppers in strips or dices and remove the seeds. Then place them in a freezer bag. Squeeze out as much air as possible or use a food saver or vacuum sealer to prevent freezer burn. Frozen peppers work great in most dishes- sautés, soups, on pizza, you name it.”

All of our farms are boasting beautiful displays of peppers so take your pick and load up your shopping totes!

With the start of school next week, it’s time to consider quick breakfasts that are both nutritious and easy for those busy mornings.

This Saturday our POP Club will be making their own instant oatmeal cups to take home. Kiddos will have the opportunity to follow a recipe that includes instant oats* and additions of choice, such as dried fruits and nuts* We will also send home the recipe so kids can recreate some on their own. This activity will be available while supplies last.

*Oats are Gluten Free from Bob’s Red Mill.
*This activity includes possible allergens, such as nuts.

(photo from The Kitchn’)

Stay tuned as we plan for our market move beginning in November. Soon we will have our winter bookmarks available that will include a simple map and directions to our new location at Clackamas Community College. Parking will be plentiful and access easy.

We look forward to kicking off our winter season with you!

September 2nd Attending VendorsCommunity Groups:
Master Gardeners

Live Music – 9:30am to 1pm
Fire and Stone

Hot Food:
Sara’s Tamales
Ed’s Divine Mini Donuts and Zenner’s Sausages

Produce Farms:
RJ Farms
Canby Farm and Kitchen
Sun Love Farm
Mulino Microgreens
Jose’s Watermelons
Wild Roots Farm
Steward’s Valley Farm
Farm D’ICI
Dirty Girl Acres
Kiyokawa Orchards
Fulton Family Farms
Albeke Farms
South Barlow Berries
Mindful Mushrooms
Pheasant’s Eye Farm
Viola Succulents

Holley’s Flowers
Hill Tree Garden
Lee’s Garden
Fulton Family Farm

Lady Lane Farm – milk, cheese, butter, ice cream, cream, chocolate milk

Homemade Doggy Treats:

Meat: (chicken, pork, beef,)
Martson Farm
Campfire Farm
Lady Lane Farm
Don Felipe Chorizo (plant-based options, too)
Dank Fish PDX

Lady Lane
Sun Love Farm
Campfire Farms

Baked Goods:
The Pastry Smith
Sinful Confections
Choux Macaron
The Pretzel Lady
Small Baking Co
Raymah Delight
Mr. Baklava
La Provence

Prepared Foods
Chill Organix (v)
The Hummus Stop (v)
Fink’s Ferments (v)
Chio Pistachio Butter (v)
Raymah Delight (v options avail)
Sh’Mallow (dairy free)

Diana’s Delights
Pam’s Pickled Products
Pligrim’s Roasted Nutz
T Bee S Honey
Sao Noi
Das My Jam
Smokin Swine BBQ Sauces
Double Jump Coffee
Lavish Lavender

Coffee/Pour Overs/Tea/Hot Chocolate:
Double Jump Coffee

Trail Distilling
Forest Edge Vineyard
Stillweather Spirits
Wild Roots Spirits

Wellness and Skincare:
Goat Goddess Soap
Lavish Lavender
Simply Sol

As Iron Sharpens Iron

Hazel n Blue
My Copper Heart

Tre Fin

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    PO Box 2931
    Oregon City, OR 97045

Please Note

The market accepts cash, debit, EBT (SNAP) and P-EBT cards. WIC and Senior Farm Direct checks are accepted by all produce vendors and expire on Nov 30th each year. Stop by our information booth for information.

Well behaved dogs are now allowed at the market:

Please no retractable leashes

Please clean up after your pet.

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