15 October 2016

All Markets Open This Weekend

Our PSU Market will be open this Saturday, Oct. 15 from 8:30 am to 2 pm. Some vendors have canceled due to concerns about weather so the market will be operating with a smaller footprint (between SW Montgomery and Harrison), similar to our Winter Market layout. Chef in the Market and Market Music have been canceled.

Grab your raincoat, rain boots and an umbrella and come support our dedicated vendors! We will have about 50 vendors so you’ll still be able to enjoy some delicious hot food and pick up everything you need for your weekly meals. The vendors we are expecting at market are below, although please note this list may change.

Our King and Lents International markets will also be open for their regularly scheduled hours on Sunday.

Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for other weather-related updates.

Oct 15 vendors (last updated 10/14 at 4 pm)
This list subject to change
Anahuac Organic Produce, LLC
Ancient Heritage Dairy, LLC.
Boyco Foods
Carman Ranch
Cascadia Chestnuts
Chang Family Farm
Chop Butchery & Charcuterie
Columbia River Fish Co. Treaty 1855
Dancing Chicken Farm LLC
Dancing Light Ranch
Decadent Creations
Deck Family Farm
Deep Roots Farm
Draper Girls’ Country Farm
Eagle Organic Cranberries
favorite produce of oregon
Food Waves/Converging Creeks Farm
Fraga Farmstead Creamery LLC
Freddy Guys Hazelnuts
Fressen Artisan Bakery
Gabriel’s Bakery
Gee Creek Farm
Hot Mama Salsa
Jacobs Creamery
La Mancha Ranch & Orchard
Lauretta Jean’s
Linda Brand Crab & Seafood
Lonesome Whistle Farm, LLC.
Lucky Farms
New Deal Distillery
Old World Apples
OlyKraut
Persephone Farm
Petunia’s Pies & Pastries
Pine Mountain Ranch
Prairie Creek Farm
Pure Simple Juice
Raymond Kuenzi Farm
Rick’s Wild Mushrooms
Rising Stone Farm LLC
Rose City Pepperheads
Salmon Creek Farm
Salvador Molly’s
Souper Natural, LLC
Springwater Farm
Spunky Monkey Coffee Roasters
Starvation Alley Farms
Stephens Farm
SuDan Farm
Sweet Briar Farms
Tamiyasu Orchards Inc
The Smokery
Unbound Pickling
Verde Cocina
Westwind Gardens
Willamette Valley Cheese
Winter Green Farm
Winters Farms

2 Responses

    1. Kelly Merrick

      Hi Marek,
      Our staff monitors weather conditions very carefully and makes the decision to close a market only when current weather conditions are too dangerous to operate. We always provide vendors with the opportunity to cancel, as it is important that they make the best decision for their business. However, many of our vendors rely on our markets for their income and cancelling a market based on the prediction of bad weather can be detrimental to many vendors.

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