Wednesdays, June 1 – September 28
3 – 7 pm
The Kenton Farmers Market is located in the heart of the historic Kenton neighborhood in North Portland. Founded in 2012, the market’s live music and the festive street-fair atmosphere thrive among this growing business district. Proximity to a MAX station and easy access for bicyclists and those on foot make this market a lively and convenient mid-week destination for fresh, local food.
This market accepts: cash, credit cards, SNAP, WIC checks (not WIC cards), and Senior Farm Direct vouchers, Veggie Prescriptions, and Sisters of the Road Fresh Change. SNAP shoppers can double their benefits with Double Up Food Bucks, up to $20 per day.
Join OSU Extension Service every Wednesday from 3 – 7 pm for Food Hero! Bring the kids to participate in fun weekly educational activities, hands-on cooking and interactive games. This program will run from June through August.
Live performances by local musicians every Wednesday 4 – 6 pm. View our events calendar for more information.
The Kenton Market is located at N McClellan Street and Denver Avenue in North Portland.
This market is easily accessible via Trimet. The Interstate MAX stop and several bus routes provide service just a block or two of the market.
Plenty of free on-street parking and bike parking is available.
Please note that vendor attendance varies from week to week.
Select the week you are interested in from the drop down menu to see what vendors are expected at market on that date.
The Kenton Farmers Market is open each Wednesday June – September from 3pm – 7pm at N McClellan & N Denver in North Portland.
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