Local and Fresh

Happy Valley’s Sunnyside Farmers Market
Saturdays, May through October, from 10 am – 3 pm, rain or shine
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They are located in the parking lot of the Eastridge Church on 141st and Sunnyside Road, 14100 SE Sunnyside Rd, Clackamas.
They feature arts & crafts, food, fruits & vegetables, and various other items.

Damascus Fresh & Local Market
Thursdays, May through September, 3 pm – 7 pm
Located near the intersection of Foster & Hwy 212, across from the Safeway, they are a community farmers’ market which provides local produce, foods, nursery stock, lawn and garden art, and a variety of other local products. One of their goals is to build community by offering entertainment, prepared foods, and opportunities for visitors to meet old friends and make new ones. They want families to have an “evening out” in the style of a town square with opportunities for buying quality foods and joining in conversation with neighbors.

Boring Farmers Market
Second Saturdays starting in May, 10 am – 3 pm
Located in the heart of downtown Boring this market offers a selection of local specialties, fruits, crafts, vegetables and organic food.

Damascus Farmers Market
Saturday, late July, 10 am – 4 pm
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Located on the Fire Station / State Farm parking lot,  just north of the park. This is the spot to buy locally produced items made by hand. Some of the products you’ll find include wind chimes, jewelry, yard decorations, dog clothes and soaps, with more artists and craftspeople still signing up.

Milwaukie Sunday Farmers Market
Sundays starting in May 9:30 am – 2 pm, rain or shine
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10723 Main Street, Milwaukie
This is their 15th season! You can find produce, a wide variety of prepared foods, cut flowers, plants, and countless gift items at the market the Oregonian called the Best of 2012. Come by foot, by bike, by bus, by car — however you come, you will enjoy  music while patronizing over 70 vendors, enjoying a meal, or just chatting with friends and neighbors. Beyond shopping and eating, there’s seated massage, face painting, and a Community Booth with information about projects around town.

Oak Grove Trolley Trail Farmers Market
Second Saturdays for the months of May through September, 10 am – 3 pm
Downtown Oak Grove near the Trolley Trail on the corner of Arista and Ruppert
Their markets will be event driven coordinating with special events in Oak Grove each month. New vendors are welcome. Email  trolleytrailmarket@gmail.com for more information.

Clackamas Sunnyside Grange Farmers’ and Artists’ Market
Sundays, Year Round, 11 am – 3 pm
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The Grange Hall, 13100 SE Sunnyside Road and 132nd Avenue, Clackamas
Great things can be said for the smallest grass roots open air market in the state. Located in the heart of Clackamas it is loaded with fine local organic produce and fruits,arts, crafts, fine foods, baked goods and  fresh breads, raw honey, farm fresh eggs, specialty items, plants, flowers, nursery stock, and more.