This Week at the Market: September 27th

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Varieties of winter squash.With September coming to an end, the market will feature a bounty of fall favorites including winter squash, pears, apples, pumpkins, and grapes. You will also be able to fill your shopping baskets with staples such as meat, eggs, and cheese.

Don’t miss our two new vendors this week. You will find a variety of mushrooms at Mindful Mushrooms, and you can get some delicious perogies to go at The Back Burner.

Need sharp knives for cutting your produce? Dragonfly Forge returns to the market this Sunday, so bring your knives and tools that need to be sharpened.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Important Reminders!

We want to remind remind you of three important things that we need you to do in order to keep everyone at the market safe.

Wear a Mask!
Masks are required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart, which includes our market. Mask wearing at the market is essential.

Avoid Shopping & Gathering in Groups
In order to help everyone maintain social distancing, we limit the number of people allowed in the market. The last few weeks at the market, we’ve had a line of people waiting to get in for the first two hours of the market. We ask that you shop alone if possible. This will help reduce the lines and will help keep everyone safe.

Enjoy Purchases Outside of the Market
We completely understand the temptation to eat those delicious blueberries or sip on a refreshing bubble tea while shopping the market. However, eating and drinking at the market means that you no longer have your mask on, which is a requirement. For the safety of our volunteers, vendors, and other shoppers, please wait until your are outside of the market to start enjoying your purchases.


Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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This Week at the Market: September 20th

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After having to cancel the market last week due to the hazardous air quality, we are excited to be back at the market on Sunday.

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Red and purple potatoes.This is officially the last week of summer at the market. Fortunately, at the market you will be able to find both the bounty of summer produce such as summer squash, tomatoes, peppers, and corn, as well some fall favorites including pears, apples, winter squash, potatoes and cauliflower. You will also be able to fill your shopping baskets with staples such as meat, eggs, bread, and coffee beans.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Board Members Wanted

Have you been looking for a new way to support your favorite neighborhood market? The Woodstock Farmers Market is accepting applications to join our Board of Directors. We are seeking dedicated and active members to help with fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. If you can attend one meeting a month and have an interest in fundraising, marketing, or community outreach, we’d love to hear from you.

If you are interested in joining our Board of Directors, please complete the application form and email it to info@woodstockmarketpdx.com.

Important Reminders!

With summer at the market in full swing, we wanted to remind you of three important things that we need you to do in order to keep everyone at the market safe.

Wear a Mask!
Since July 15th masks have been required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart, which includes our market. Mask wearing at the market is essential.

Avoid Shopping & Gathering in Groups
In order to help everyone maintain social distancing, we limit the number of people allowed in the market. The last few weeks at the market, we’ve had a line of people waiting to get in for the first two hours of the market. We ask that you shop alone if possible. This will help reduce the lines and will help keep everyone safe.

Enjoy Purchases Outside of the Market
We completely understand the temptation to eat those delicious blueberries or sip on a refreshing bubble tea while shopping the market. However, eating and drinking at the market means that you no longer have your mask on, which is a requirement. For the safety of our volunteers, vendors, and other shoppers, please wait until your are outside of the market to start enjoying your purchases.

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Market Closed: September 13th

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The Woodstock Farmers Market will be closed Sunday, September 13th due to wildfires and hazardous air quality.

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This Week at the Market: September 6th

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Close-up of ripe peaches.Do your plans for Labor Day weekend include grilling? If so, stop by the market for some steaks, sausages, summer squash, peppers, corn, and potatoes. Grab some apples, pears, or peaches for dessert.

Also if you plan to make canned tomatoes or sauce or you still haven’t had time to make salsa, now is the time to do it!

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Important Reminders!

With summer at the market in full swing, we wanted to remind you of three important things that we need you to do in order to keep everyone at the market safe.

Wear a Mask!
Since July 15th masks have been required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart, which includes our market. Mask wearing at the market is essential.

Avoid Shopping & Gathering in Groups
In order to help everyone maintain social distancing, we limit the number of people allowed in the market. The last few weeks at the market, we’ve had a line of people waiting to get in for the first two hours of the market. We ask that you shop alone if possible. This will help reduce the lines and will help keep everyone safe.

Enjoy Purchases Outside of the Market
We completely understand the temptation to eat those delicious blueberries or sip on a refreshing bubble tea while shopping the market. However, eating and drinking at the market means that you no longer have your mask on, which is a requirement. For the safety of our volunteers, vendors, and other shoppers, please wait until your are outside of the market to start enjoying your purchases.

Become a Volunteer

We could not hold the market each week if it wasn’t for amazing volunteers. They are the one’s who help us setup and teardown each Sunday and who greet you when you enter the market. We are in the need for a few more people to join our group of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill our our brief Volunteer Form.


Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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This Week at the Market: August 23rd

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Green peppers.There is so much to look forward to at the market each week including all the ingredients for my family’s go-to summer dinner: a platter of fresh vegetables and including cucumbers, carrots, celery, cherry tomatoes, and apples paired with a couple varieties of hummus and a few different sausages sliced into coins. For dessert we have a bowl of nectarines and berries topped with whipped cream. This simple yet delicious meal is always a hit!

Also if you love making salsa (another one of my family’s favorites), you will find fresh ingredients for making different types of salsa including tomatillos, tomatoes, several types of peppers, onions, cilantro, and even peaches if you want a sweeter salsa.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Important Reminders!

With summer at the market in full swing, we wanted to remind you of three important things that we need you to do in order to keep everyone at the market safe.

Wear a Mask!
Since July 15th masks have been required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart, which includes our market. Mask wearing at the market is essential.

Avoid Shopping & Gathering in Groups
In order to help everyone maintain social distancing, we limit the number of people allowed in the market. The last few weeks at the market, we’ve had a line of people waiting to get in for the first two hours of the market. We ask that you shop alone if possible. This will help reduce the lines and will help keep everyone safe.

Enjoy Purchases Outside of the Market
We completely understand the temptation to eat those delicious blueberries or sip on a refreshing bubble tea while shopping the market. However, eating and drinking at the market means that you no longer have your mask on, which is a requirement. For the safety of our volunteers, vendors, and other shoppers, please wait until your are outside of the market to start enjoying your purchases.

Become a Volunteer

We could not hold the market each week if it wasn’t for amazing volunteers. They are the one’s who help us setup and teardown each Sunday and who greet you when you enter the market. We are in the need for a few more people to join our group of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill our our brief Volunteer Form.


Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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This Week at the Market: August 16th

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Fragrant ripe melons.Last Sunday, we saw the first of the melons and apples at the market. We continue to have berries, peaches, nectarines and plums as well as an abundance of tomatoes, potatoes, peppers and corn. As always you can grab a loaf of bread and meat to round out your meal and a beautiful bouquet of flowers for your centerpiece.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Important Reminders!

With summer at the market in full swing, we wanted to remind you of three important things that we need you to do in order to keep everyone at the market safe.

Wear a Mask!
Since July 15th masks have been required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart, which includes our market. Mask wearing at the market is essential.

Avoid Shopping & Gathering in Groups
In order to help everyone maintain social distancing, we limit the number of people allowed in the market. The last few weeks at the market, we’ve had a line of people waiting to get in for the first two hours of the market. We ask that you shop alone if possible. This will help reduce the lines and will help keep everyone safe.

Enjoy Purchases Outside of the Market
We completely understand the temptation to eat those delicious blueberries or sip on a refreshing bubble tea while shopping the market. However, eating and drinking at the market means that you no longer have your mask on, which is a requirement. For the safety of our volunteers, vendors, and other shoppers, please wait until your are outside of the market to start enjoying your purchases.

Become a Volunteer

We could not hold the market each week if it wasn’t for amazing volunteers. They are the one’s who help us setup and teardown each Sunday and who greet you when you enter the market. We are in the need for a few more people to join our group of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill our our brief Volunteer Form.


Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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This Week at the Market: August 11th

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Green peppers.There continues to be a bounty of summer vegetables at the market including several varieties of peppers, cucumbers, squash, and tomatoes, in addition to corn, greens, carrots and beets. These market favorites will provide both color and flavor for your summer menu. If you are craving sweet fruit, our vendors will have a selection of nectarines, peaches, blueberries and blackberries.

Don’t forget to bring your favorite kitchen knives and tools to Dragonfly Forge this Sunday for knives and tool sharpening.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Become a Volunteer

We could not hold the market each week if it wasn’t for amazing volunteers. They are the one’s who help us setup and teardown each Sunday and who greet you when you enter the market. We are in the need for a few more people to join our group of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill our our brief Volunteer Form.


Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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This Week at the Market: August 2nd

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Piles of pickling cucumbers.It’s that time of year to start thinking about pickling and canning. This week there will be pickling cucumbers, green beans, cabbage, beets, and dill for all of your pickling and canning needs. There will also be cherries, apricots, and peaches if you prefer something sweeter to can.

The peppers and tomatoes are continuing to multiply at the market, and corn, greens, carrots and several varieties of beans will continue to be plentiful as well.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

We need your help!!

We could not hold the market each week if it wasn’t for amazing volunteers. They are the one’s who help us setup and teardown each Sunday and who greet you when you enter the market. We are in the need for a few more people to join our group of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill our our brief Volunteer Form.

Masks required at the market

Due to the rising COVID rates in Oregon, Governor Brown issued a mandate for wearing masks while outdoors. Since July 15th masks have been required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart.

While the market staff and volunteers work hard to manage traffic flow and the lines around the market, there might be times when that 6 feet of social distance cannot be maintained so mask wearing is essential.


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This Week at the Market: July 26th

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Close-up of ripe peaches.If you haven’t been to the market in the last couple weeks, you are missing out! There is truly a bounty of produce at the market. There are several varieties of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, and berries. There will also continue to green beans, carrots, corn, potatoes, greens, and peaches.

Dragonfly Forge is scheduled at the market again this Sunday, so bring your knives and tools that need to be sharpened.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Masks required at the market

Due to the rising COVID rates in Oregon, Governor Brown issued a mandate for wearing masks while outdoors. Since July 15th masks have been required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart.

While the market staff and volunteers work hard to manage traffic flow and the lines around the market, there might be times when that 6 feet of social distance cannot be maintained so mask wearing is essential.

Become a Volunteer

We could not hold the market each week if it wasn’t for amazing volunteers. They are the one’s who help us setup and teardown each Sunday and who greet you when you enter the market. We are in the need for a few more people to join our group of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out our brief Volunteer Form.


Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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This Week at the Market: July 19th

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Pints of blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries.Summer is my favorite time of year for many reasons, but the bounty of fresh vegetables and fruit is definitely high on the list. If you haven’t done any canning or freezing yet, now is the time to do it! We have blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, boysenberries, peaches, and cherries. This might be the last week for pie cherries, so make sure you stock up on Sunday!

We also have tomatoes, snap peas, squash, potatoes, greens, breads, eggs, chicken broth, and so much more at the market. For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Masks required at the market

Due to the rising COVID rates in Oregon, Governor Brown issued a mandate for wearing masks while outdoors. Beginning July 15th masks are required in both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when you cannot stay 6 feet apart.

While the market staff and volunteers work hard to manage traffic flow and the lines around the market, there might be times when that 6 feet of social distance cannot be maintained so mask wearing is essential.

Become a Volunteer

We could not hold the market each week if it wasn’t for amazing volunteers. They are the one’s who help us setup and teardown each Sunday and who greet you when you enter the market. We are in the need for a few more people to join our group of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out our brief Volunteer Form.


Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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