This Week at the Market: November 18th

After a short hiatus, we are back this week for our Pre-Thanksgiving Harvest Festival and last market day of the season! There will be breads, veggies, meats, sweets and more for your Thanksgiving feast and to stock up for the winter. There will also be crafts for holiday gifts! Here is a list of the vendors and what you will find at the market on Sunday:


  • Amica Farm — dried tomatoes, dried herb blends, celery salt, fresh herbs, celeriac, chicory mix, hot and sweet peppers, kale, collard greens, spicy mustard greens, and several varieties of winter squash, including butternut, delicata, spaghetti, acorn and sweet meat
  • Eagle Organic Cranberries — fresh cranberries
  • Fiddlehead Farm — Brussels sprouts, winter squash including pie pumpkins, carrots, beets, turnips, parsnip, celeriac, turnips, greens, garlic, garlic braids, onions, leeks, potatoes, and tomatoes
  • Greenville Farm — lettuce, rutabagas, potatoes, peppers and carrots in addition to sausages, pepperoni, jam, prunes and hazelnuts
  • Kiyokawa Family Orchards — several varieties of apples and pears
  • Mud Dog Farm — Arulgula, Tatsoi, full head lettuce, cut lettuce, spinach, raab, mizuna, chard, kale, radish, microgreens, and eggs
  • ProFarm Produce — apples, pears and apple cider
  • Sandy Bluff Farm — greens, lettuce mix, winter squash, and tomato jam
  • Winters Farm — Troutdale sprouts, romenesca, purple and orange cauliflower, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, kale, leek, onions, potatoes, chard and 25 varieties of winter squash in addition to honey, jam and syrup

Hot Food

  • Alle Amin — East African cuisine
  • Block & Board — Ready-to-eat Breakfast, Pulled pork, and Sausage sandwiches in addition to bulk sage sausage for stuffing, Italian, Pot sticker, Beer Brats, bacon and more

Meat & Dairy

  • Deck Family Farm — eggs and meat
  • Jacobs Creamery — cheeses, Cranberry Pizzazz, butter and eggs

Prepared Food & Drink

  • Margalaxy — raw, gluten-free bars and granola
  • Hummus Stop — hummus, pita, and pita chips
  • Natures Wild Harvest — mushrooms, chestnuts, syrups, jams and honey
  • Pippin Kombucha — various flavored kombuchas
  • Rocky Butte Coffee Roasters — hot coffee and coffee beans
  • Souper Natural — frozen soups
  • True Nature — pesto and salsa
  • Wet Wizard Sauce — hot sauce


  • Dos Hermanos Bakery — cardamom braid, stollen, panettone, cornbread, dinner rolls
  • Henry Higgins Boiled Bagels — bagels, including pumpkin bagels


  • Bull Run Distillery — whiskeys, vodka and aquavit
  • Portland Bitter’s Project — botanic bitters, Rocky Butte Coffee Bitters, and turkey dry brine
  • Thomas & Sons — tea spirits


  • Bristol and Breve — Whimsical watercolor illustrations and jewelry featuring florals and storybook themes
  • DeeDee and Shark — Handmade ceramics
  • Dragonfly Forge — knife and tool sharpening
  • Holy Family — holiday wreaths
  • La Fountain Herbal — soaps, lotions, and candles
  • shyO Jewelry and Art — Jewelry and illuminated home decor items made from recycled plastic and metal
  • Witchdoctor Organics Herbals — handmade body products made with mostly organic ingredients, and glass art
  • Victoria Buchler Ceramics — Small batch functional ceramics

Kids’ Activities

Kids can use their imaginations to create their own holiday greeting card or gift tags.


From 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Woodlander will play a variety of instruments, with rich three-part harmonies. Woodlander is an acoustic Americana trio whose music is an upbeat blend of folk, bluegrass, Cajun and swing, among other roots.

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we at Woodstock Farmers Market want to say thank you for supporting us this year. It has been wonderful seeing you each week! We are also thankful for the vendors, volunteers and sponsors who make this market possible.

Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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