Shemanski Park Market

Hours and Location

CLOSED for the Season

Wednesdays, May 6 – October 28, 2020

Harvest Market on November 25, 2020

10 am to 2 pm

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Amenities at this location

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Up to $10 SNAP match with Double Up Food Bucks

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SNAP/Oregon Trail accepted

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Debit and credit cards accepted
 

Health and Safety

We have implemented significant measures to help protect the health of our customers, our vendors, and our community. See our full health and safety plan.

 

About this Market

Shemanski Park Farmers Market is a popular shopping destination for downtown residents, office workers, tourists, and local chefs. Founded in 1998, this gem of a market features over 30 vendor stalls filled with farm-fresh and locally-made food under a lush green canopy of trees.

Market Currency:

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 receive Double Up Food Bucks, up to $10 per day.

Market Amenities:

Portable toilets (while Portland’5 Centers for the Arts buildings are closed)

Directions, Transit, and Parking:

Shemanski Park Market is located at between SW Main and Salmon Streets across the street from the Portland Art Museum and behind the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. ADA accessible entrances are located along Main Street.
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On-street parking and several parking garages surround the market. Click here for rates & location information.

Covered and uncovered bike parking is conveniently located near several market entrances. For additional information about biking in downtown Portland, click here.

Market Vendors

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.

 

Market Events

Thank You To Our Shemanski Park Market Sponsors

Special acknowledgement to our community partner
Portland’5 Centers for the Arts for their support of this market