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Mark Your Calendars for Our Upcoming Events!

By 29 February 2024

Mark your calendars for our upcoming events!

During this time of year, it’s hard to imagine a market bursting with fresh berries, stone fruits, live music and tomatoes but for farmers markets, planning begins in the cold dark days of winter. As we look forward to changing seasons, we eagerly anticipate those clear blue skies and warm weather.

As we plan for summer, we’re grateful for our year-round presence. While March is often referred to as a produce gap, we still have some farms bringing winter produce, microgreens, mushrooms, apples, pears and storage crops. And don’t forget all of our vendors bringing meats, cheeses, beverages, dairy, eggs, yogurt, nuts and grains, baked items, fresh pasta, coffee, wellness products, hot foods and artisan goods.

We have a few events you will want to mark on your calendar now!  Read on for the details plus who will be attending the market this week.

We look forward to seeing you this Saturday, March 2nd from 10-2! Come out and support local growers and makers!

Find us at Clackamas Community College GREEN LOT 1 off the corner of S. Beavercreek Rd and Clairmont Drive in Oregon City.

See you soon.

Our annual Seed Swap returns this year on March 16th! Thanks to our sponsors at OSU Master Gardeners and OSU Extension we will have seeds available for swapping and sharing. Want to trade some of your own for another variety? Bring your seeds to share and pick up some new. That’s the fun of it!

A well anticipated event, this is a great time to get expert planting advice from Master Gardeners, who are truly masters of all thing’s dirt and planting.

Have some pots and tools? Bring those to swap out as well. Please leave plants at home as this is for seeds and supplies only. Even if you don’t have items to swap out, it doesn’t matter. All are welcome to participate!

Bring your planting friends, grab coffee and make a morning of it.  Join us from 10-2 at our market on March 16th. It’s going to be fun way to plan for spring and summer planting!

Our Power of Produce Club is planning for summer!

Bring your kids ages 5-12 to the market on April 13th and 27th to register for our summer program. POP activities kick off on May 6th this year. Get your POP passport plus a free token zipper pouch to decorate for the season.

Each week, in partnership with OnPoint Credit UnionClackamas Soil and Water Conservation District and OSU Extension, we will host interactive activities for kids to learn about local food systems, how food grows and nutrition education through a variety of activities such as flour grinding, seed planting, cider pressing, veggie peeling, jam making and veggie bingo.

POP kids will have the opportunity to earn 3.00 in market tokens to spend on fresh fruit, vegetables and veggie plant starts in the market. It’s just another reason to bring your kiddos to the market!

Stay tuned for ways to donate, volunteer and support this essential program that directly benefits our next generation of shoppers.

Speaking of POP Club, we have an exciting announcement!  Red Yarn is returning! Join us Saturday, July 20th for a 45-minute performance (10-10:45). This was a true highlight of our summer POP programming and we’re so excited to welcome Andy Furgeson back. 

Red Yarn (aka Andy Furgeson) is a Texas-born, Oregon-based family performer who weaves folksongs and puppetry into high-energy shows for all ages. With his engaging performances, lush folk-rock recordings, and playful music videos, this red-bearded bard reinvigorates American folklore for younger generations.

With traditional and original songs that apply an indie aesthetic to folk, rockabilly, country and blues, Red Yarn’s sound is both rooted and modern. Whether performing solo, with his wife and singing partner Jessie, with collaborators, or with a full band, Red Yarn’s shows are a raucous, inclusive celebration of the multicultural musical heritage of the USA. As Red rambles through the landscapes of American folklore, from the Deep Woods to the Old Barn, he introduces his “critter” friends – lovable, handmade puppets – along the way.

3/2/24 Attending Vendors

Click the link below to for our list of vendors attending the market this Saturday.
Oregon City Year-Round Farmers Market Winter 2023-2024 (

Storybook Farm
Farm D’ICI

Landia Organic Skincare
Lee Gardens
Golden Age Kombucha

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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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