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We will be outside this week! The majority of the vendors will be setting up their booths outside, on both Second and D streets. The market booth and possibly one or two vendors will still be located inside for now. … Continue reading
Have you tried Camus Country Mill’s flour or beans yet? If not, you’d better get down to the market soon – their current supply is running low! They have wonderful whole-wheat flour (Heidi Tunnell uses it for some of her … Continue reading
Looking for something different to buy for Valentine’s Day this year? How about a box of roses? A quartet of specially selected Rose Truffles from PremRose edibles, packed in a display box. Linda grows the roses used to make these … Continue reading
Have you tried the beans from Camas Country Mill? They’re located in Junction City, and they’ve got wheat and teff, too. Come see them, and learn about their product.
The new year is starting off well at the Creswell Farmers’ Market. PremRose Edibles will be mixing up some delicious hot chocolate every week for a while. You’ve really got to taste this very adult-friendly Rose Spice Sipping Chocolate. Also, … Continue reading
We will be closed Tuesday December 28th and January 4th. Have a Happy New Year!
Stop in tonight and see what Camas Country Mills adds to the market. They are local growers of dried beans and grains. Sweetwater Farm has gift baskets and bags for the gourmets on your list. Pick up produce for your … Continue reading
We will be holding a wine tasting this week, courtesy of Heidi Tunnell Catering. Come and sample a selection of Oregon wines. Learn which wines go best with the winter produce available. While you’re here, shop for nuts, chocolates and … Continue reading
Stock up for the holiday at the Market this Tuesday! Or order your Thanksgiving dinner from Heidi Tunnell Catering. From soup to nuts, we’ve got most of what you need for Thursday.