This Week at the Market: November 22nd

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After a short hiatus, we are back this week for our Harvest Festival and last market day of 2020! There will be breads, veggies, meats, sweets and more for a feast plus you can stock up for the winter. Here is a list of the vendors and what you will find at the market on Sunday:

Produce

A wild turkey.

  • Amica Farm – German butterball potatoes, fingerling potatoes, assorted heirloom turnips and radishes, chicories, five varieties of Italian heirloom bitter lettuces, 9 varieties of winter squash
  • Flying Onion Farm – Brussels sprouts, celery, parsnips, potatoes, onions, leeks, bok choy, several varieties of cabbage, , kohlrabi, salad and lettuce mixes, spinach, watercress, arugula, chicories, beets, scallions, celeriac, sun chokes, several varieties of winter squash and some tomatoes(!), and all the herbs needed for a good meal thyme, parsley, oregano, sage, and lemongrass
  • 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
  • Little Sun Farm – salad mix, spinach, cilantro, dill, parsley, sage, turnip, beet, radish, Brussels sprout, leek, winter squash
  • Sandy Bluff Farm – winter squash, pie pumpkins, gourds, pasture raised whole chickens, and eggs
  • Winters Farm – beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, romanesco, chard, kale, onions, parsnips, potatoes, troutdale (brussels) sprouts, leek, pie pumpkins, and several varieties of winter squash in addition to eggs, honey, jam and syrup

Hot Food

  • Alle Amin – hot sauces, Somalian food including samosas

Meat

  • Deck Family Farm – chicken roasters, sausages, and additional meat products, honey, honey coated walnuts
  • Sandy Bluff Farm – pasture raised whole chickens, eggs

Bakeries

  • Dos Hermanos Bakery – pumpkin bread, cardamom fruit braid, stollen, dinner rolls, potato rolls, sourdough rolls, and french rolls

Additional Food Vendors

  • Frux Farm – garlic, onions, pickled onions, pickled peppers, pickled turnips, salsa, hot sauce, pepper powder, and gift boxes
  • Menegon Company – caramel sauces
  • Mindful Mushrooms – fresh mushrooms, mushroom tinctures and powders
  • Post Canyon Coffee Roasters – hot coffee, coffee beans
  • Roundhouse Foods – hummus, tortilla chips

Alcohol Vendors

  • New Deal Distillery – High-quality, craft distilled artisan vodkas, gins, liqueurs, whiskies & rums
  • Westside Distillery – Driftwood Manhattan (ready-to-drink bottled cocktail) and several whiskeys

Non-Food

  • Dancing Light Ranch – lavender soaps, salts, oils, and more
  • DeeDee and Shark – Handmade ceramics
  • Dragonfly Forge – knife and tool sharpening

Masks & Social Distancing Required

This is a reminder that masks are required for Woodstock Farmers Market shoppers. We also ask that you limit shopping to one member of your household if possible and avoid gathering in groups. We are grateful for everyone’s cooperation in keeping our market safe for vendors, staff, and other shoppers.

Board Members Wanted

Are you interested in supporting the Woodstock Farmers Market? We have already started planning for the 2021 season, and we are seeing dedicated and active board members to help us plan for 2021 and beyond. 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.

Thank you!

During this season of gratitude, we at Woodstock Farmers Market want to say thank you for supporting us this year! We are also so thankful for the vendors, volunteers and sponsors who make this market possible.

See you Sunday with masks on!


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Harvest Market: November 22nd

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Last Sunday was the last day of our regular season (so there is no market this Sunday!), but save the date for our Pre-Thanksgiving Harvest Market on November 22nd.

We will be back with everything you need for your Thanksgiving meal and to stock up for winter. There will be turkey, sweet potatoes, chestnuts, sweet pumpkins, cranberries and more. Stay tuned for a complete lineup of vendors and what they will have at the market.

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.

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This Week at the Market: October 25th

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This Sunday marks the last market of our regular season. We have had a successful season despite the pandemic that required us to change how we hold the market. We truly appreciate all of you who supported our market throughout the season, including our wonderful volunteers, vendors, board members and shoppers. Thank you so much for your continued support! Don’t forget that we will be back on November 22nd for our Pre-Thanksgiving Harvest Market.

Eats

Pair of happily grinning jack-o-lanterns.Still want pumpkins for decoration, to make jack-o-lanterns and more for pies? You can find pumpkins of all sizes at the market this Sunday along with fall favorites such as broccoli, winter squash, carrots, beets, wild mushrooms and chestnuts. Of course, you can also find staples including coffee beans and bread, and you can count on a dozen varieties of apples and several types of pears.

Have you found it difficult to cut your produce from the market? Dragonfly Forge returns to the market this Sunday to sharpen your knives and tools.

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

$20 SNAP Match

Due to the generous donations at the market from Woodstock neighbors, we are able to increase our SNAP matching from $10 to $20 this Sunday, October 25th!!

Upcoming

Pre-Thanksgiving Harvest Market — Sunday, November 22nd
After a short hiatus, we will return for our final market of the season on Sunday, November 22nd. You will be able to purchase Thanksgiving necessities including turkeys and pies, stock up for winter, and purchase holiday gifts from our artisan craft vendors.


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This Week at the Market: October 18th

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Next week is our last market day for our regular season. We will return after a short hiatus for our pre-Thanksgiving Harvest Market. More details below.

Survey

If you haven’t already, please take our short Market Survey to help guide our market’s future. We truly value your feedback, and together we can continue to make the farmers market a vibrant marketplace for the community.

Eats

Stack of delicata squash.There continues to be several varieties of apples, pears, wild mushrooms and winter squash in addition to fall favorites such as Brussels sprouts, chestnuts and potatoes. You will also find Autumn decorations including gourds, pumpkins of all sizes, and flowers in a variety of fall colors.

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 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.

Upcoming

The last day of our regular season is next Sunday, October 25th. We will not be having our annual Halloween Carnival in order to continue to maintain social distancing at the market.

After a short hiatus, we will be back for our Harvest Market on Sunday, November 22nd. You will be able to stock up for Thanksgiving and the winter.


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This Week at the Market: October 11th

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We’ve been getting a lot of questions about when the market season ends. Fear not, we still have three more Sundays. The last day of our regular season is Sunday, October 25th, then we return after a four-week hiatus for our Harvest Market on Sunday, November 22nd.

Eats

Fall is here! There continues to be delicata squash, pumpkins, and several other varieties of winter squash in addition to fall favorites such as Brussels sprouts, wild mushrooms, and potatoes. If you haven’t stocked up on apples and pears for sauces, butters and jam, this is the week to do it!

Don’t forget to bring any knives or tools to be sharpened by Dragonfly Forge this week!

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

Survey

We would love for you to take a few minutes to fill out our market survey to help guide our market’s future. You can provide us with valuable information about how we are doing and what we can change. We wouldn’t be here without the overwhelming support of our community, so we’re asking you to make your opinions heard!

Take the Survey

Upcoming

The last day of our regular season is Sunday, October 25th.

After a short hiatus, we will be back for our Harvest Market on Sunday, November 22nd. You will be able to stock up for Thanksgiving and the winter.


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This Week at the Market: October 4th

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Eats

Piles of sweet, crisp apples.Fall is my favorite season, and I’ve definitely seen signs of autumn, such as the changing colors of the leaves and the bounty of fall favorites at the market including pears, apples, grapes, winter squash, gourds, Brussels sprouts, and root vegetables. You will also be able to fill your shopping baskets with coffee beans, bread, mushrooms, hummus, honey, and so much more. You can also grab some delicious pierogies and samosas to-go.

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.

Upcoming

The last day of our regular season is Sunday, October 25th.

After a short hiatus, we will be back for our Harvest Market on Sunday, November 22nd. You will be able to stock up for Thanksgiving and the winter.


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This Week at the Market: September 27th

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Eats

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.


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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.

Eats

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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Eats

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.


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