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Winter Market Season is Here!

By 3 November 2022

Welcome Winter Market Season!

It’s hard to believe the cold months are upon us but we’re excited for a new market season. Our schedule changes a bit. Starting on November 5th we will move to a every other Saturday schedule. Our market hours will change as well. Instead of opening at 9am we will open at 10am.
We have bookmarks and flyers with our dates of operation and of course, our newsletter and social media platforms will have all the latest updates.

Mark your calendars now for our Harvest Market on November 19th and our Holiday Market on December 17th. It’s a festive atmosphere as folks shop for meal ingredients and artisan goods perfect for gifting. Stay tuned for details.

We’re excited to welcome back some vendors you haven’t seen in a while! See below for who will be starting this Saturday and make sure you pay them a visit: We have missed them!

Storybook Farm (Nicki’s variety of winter squash is completely inspiring and this season she will have fresh farm eggs)
Hot Mama Salsa (
remember those handmade tortilla chips?)
The Pie Guy (
yes, it’s true. Bart is back with his popular pies.)
Wild Roots Farm (
did someone say radicchio?)

Cafe de Crepe (vegan options too)
Not Umami’s Gyoza (make room in your freezer since they sell them frozen too)
Divine Mini Donuts (there’s nothing like warm donuts on a chilly morning!)

We have some new vendors joining us on Saturday

Foglia – (Fresh handmade pastas and raviolis featuring local and seasonal ingredients)
Scratch Meats – (handmade fresh sausages using all local and sustainably sourced ingredients)
Das My JAM – (
homemade jams and jellies emphasizing Hawaiian flavors – here for November only)
Raymah Delight – HOT FOOD (
gyros served on warm pita bread with veggies and house-made garlic sauce and tzatziki sauce).
Stem Plants – Indoor, locally grown plants

We hope you will plan on joining us this season! You can find us at 2051 Kaen Rd (corner of Kaen and Beavercreek Roads) here in Oregon City from 10-2.

See you at the market!

What’s in Season in Oregon in November?

We’re glad you asked! Thankfully, there are plenty of fresh produce options during this chilly month and our farmers work hard every week to make sure they bring it to market.

Asian Pears

Celery (this is potentially the last week given our frost forecast. Load up on nature’s toothbrush from Farm D’ICI before it’s gone!)
Daikon Radish
Collard Greens
Winter Squash
Broccoli and Cauliflower

Not only is the season changing, but our market map also changes as we try and put vendors a bit closer to one another in the event of rain.

Due to this, some of our vendors will be in a different location for the season. Make sure you check our updated map (see the link below) and of course, we will have vendor locations available for you at our Information Booth.

We consider the Information Booth the hub of the market! Here is what we provide to our shoppers:

SNAP card transactions. This is where you can use your EBT card in exchange for SNAP funds to use in the market. We also offer a 20.00 produce match in the form of what we call, Double Up Food Bucks.

Debit tokens sold in increments of 5.00 (1.50 credit processing fee added per transaction) Debit tokens act as cash for any vendor in the market. This is a great way to pay for products in lieu of swiping your debit card at each vendor because it saves vendor credit processing fees. In addition, as you consider holiday gifting, purchasing debit tokens is a creative way to support local businesses and offer unique gift options.

Market Merchandise
The Information Booth sells our popular insulated market shopping totes plus T-Shirts.

Free Stuff
Pick up our complimentary issues of Green Living Magazine, Columbia Sportswear employee store discount coupons (limited availability), bookmarks, stickers, info on food preservation and helpful information for our SNAP recipients.

Market Maps
Questions about a vendor? Curious if a vendor is present at the market and/or their location? Stop by for market map information.

While our Power of Produce club ceases activities for the season, we still offer tokens at the Information Booth so kiddos can purchase fresh vegetables. New passport sign-ups will begin in April, and we are in the process of creating some interactive learning activities that will be a wonderful opportunity for kids to learn about how local food is grown.

November 5th Vendor List

Hot Food:
Raymah Delight
Not Umami’s Gyoza
Ed’s Divine Mini Donuts
Cafe de Crepe
Sara’s Tamales

Sinful Confections
Rowen Forest
Rare Earth
Stillweather Spirits

Canby Farm and Kitchen
Storybook Farm
Wild Roots Farm
Brown Bottle Farm
RJ Farms
Sun Love Farm
Farm D’ICI
Mindful Mushrooms
Mulino Microgreens
Kiyokawa Orchards

Pasture Raised Meat:
Campfire Farms (chicken, pork)
Lady Lane Farms (beef)
Martson Farm (Scottish highland beef)
Rock Creek Romneys (lamb)
Scratch Meats (handmade sausages using locally sourced meat)

Dairy and Eggs
RJ Farms
Storybook Farm
Lady Lane Farm (including EGG NOG and 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
Spice Pilgrim
Diana’s Delights
Das My Jam

Prepared Foods:
Bean Bar Tofu (v)
The Hummus Stop (v)
Fink’s Fermented Foods (v)
Queen Chili (vegan option, too)
Hot Mama Salsa (v)
Foglia (fresh pasta and ravioli)

Baked Goods:
Mr. Baklava
La Petite Provence
Small Baking Co.
The Pie Guy
2 Sisters Vegan Bakery

Coffee/Hot Chocolate/ Tea/ Kombucha
Double Jump – Pour Overs
Golden Age Kombucha
Spice Pilgrim (teas)

Lee Gardens
Holley’s Produce and FlowersWine, Ciders, and Spirits
Trail Distilling
Stone Circle Cider
Forest Edge Vineyard
503 Distilling
Trail Distilling
Stillweather Spirits

Olivia Serrill Art
ZR Jewelry
The Grate Plate
CH Woodcraft
Stem Plants
Rare Earth Wood Turning
Joining Yarns

Wellness and Skincare Products:
Rowen Forest
Goat Goddess Soap
Landia Organic Skincare
Healthy Roots CBD Products

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