Happy New Year, Creswell!


We hope you’ve all had fantastic holidays full of good food and fun company! The time has come to start thinking about the upcoming 2015 Market season, which starts on Cinco de Mayo, May 5th. If you, or someone you know, has produce to sell, music to play, crafts to sell, a nonprofit organization to promote, or any other goods or services you would like to see at Market, please contact Emily Horton, the Creswell Farmers’ Market Manager, at (541) 654-6497 or emily@creswell-library.org.

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We will be celebrating Halloween (and the grand finale of our 2014 Market season!) with Pumpkenstein! Come in costume (or not, if you prefer!), hear tandem storytelling every 20-30 minutes, decorate mini pumpkins, and get candy! Open to all ages, rain or shine!

Don’t forget to turn in your Button Pin Logo entry to Emily by 6pm on the 28th (or you may turn it in to library staff at the front desk during library hours). Please write your name and number on the back so that we may notify you if your design is chosen to be our new logo!

See you at Market!

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Oh, what a beautiful Market season it’s been! We still have three more Markets left until the season ends… so come on out and enjoy our gorgeous fall weather!

DON’T MISS PUMPKENSTIEN on OCTOBER 28th from 4-6 pm!! Kids and parents: come to Market in your costume to decorate mini-pumpkins and hear a tandem story-telling! It will be Halloween fun!

See you at Market!

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A Very Lacy Tuesday!

Come see bobbin lace being made before your eyes at the Market this coming Tuesday! In addition to our bobbin lace demonstration, we will also be accompanied by live music performed by Marco Caturegli. And as always, expect to find beautiful produce grown right here in our region, like juicy tomatoes, spicy peppers, crisp cucumbers, and sweet honey!

                    See you at Market!                                          bobbinlacetree

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Thank you, Moveable Feet!

Tuesday’s dance was a lot of fun, and we would like to thank Sally and Allen Jenkins and June Harvey for making it possible.

Tim Jenkins will return to Market this coming Tuesday with his guitar to serenade us with ballads and folk music. Come hear live music while you buy gorgeous local produce!


Sally and Veronica will demonstrate bobbin lace on September 2nd!!

 Siuslaw Bank will return with more free Sno-Cones on September 9th!! 

Don’t miss the food, the fun, the friends… see you at Market!


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Bring your happy feet! Sally Jenkins and Moveable Feet will be at our next Market, giving you music and lots of reasons to dance! Ages 0-110 are encouraged to join in! 

We try to have music or some special presentation at every market… do you know a musician who would like to play at Market? Is there any act you would like to see? Please contact Emily Horton, Market Manager, and let her know! (541) 654-6497

Thank you BRING Recycling and Lane County Waste Management! Brett of BRING Recycling and Kelly of Lane County Master Recycler Program had lots of information for us and cool give-aways. Thank you for coming to Market and teaching us more about how the stuff we use shapes the planet we share. To find out more information about BRING Recycling check their website http://www.bringrecycling.org. To get more information on the Master Recycler Program go to their website http://www.lanecounty.org/masterrecyclers or email Kelly at kelly.bell@co.lane.or.us

See you at Market!


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Thank you Siuslaw Bank!


    Thank you to Cathy and Linda of Siuslaw Bank for providing free Sno-Cones at Market on July 29th! Over 200 people came out in the heat for Sno-Cones and live music… Check out the article in the Creswell Chronicle.

    Coming up next week we will be joined by Brett Jacobs from BRING Recycling! We will also have live music, apples, locally raised pork and beef, eggs, honey, tomatoes and tomatillos, squash, and more! See you at Market! We are growing right along!

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Upcoming Events at Market!

Next Tuesday, July 29th: Live musical performance!

Tuesday, August 5th: Live music!

Tuesday, August 12th: BRING Recycling’s Education Coordinator Brett Jacobs

Tuesday, August 19th: All ages DANCE with Sally Jenkins and Moveable Feet

Tuesday, August 26th: Live music from Tim Jenkins, Balladeer

Tuesday, September 2nd: Bobbin lace demonstration with Sally and Veronica

Do you have a request? Know of an act or presenter you would like to see at Market? Let us know! Call Emily at (541) 654-6497 or email her at emily@creswell-library.org

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New Vendors!

July has been an exciting month for us at the Market! We have had great musical performances by Brandon Hawks and Marco. We have been joined by Eggcentric Gardens, Ruby and Amber’s Organic Oasis, and High Wire Farm, all bringing beautiful vegetables, fruits, eggs and more. We regularly have TJ’s Big Horse Farm offering pork and eggs, to which she has recently added beef. CK Farm and Cottonwood Runn offer a wide variety of greens, vegetables, and other seasonal goodies every week. HumbleBee Honey brings honeycomb, beeswax candles, and straight-up honey, all local and all affordable! This week we get to meet TessaRoo Farms who will be bringing apples, carrots, kohlrabi and other veggies, as well as cobblers and cookies made with local ingredients.
Come on out and see what delicious stuff will be available this week! See you at Market!


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Hawks was a hit!

A huge ‘thank you’ to Brandon Hawks and his family for visiting us at the Market on Tuesday! His music is fun and beautiful, and he writes it all himself! We look forward to seeing him as the winner of Eugene’s Next Big Thing…

We will announce next week’s musical act in the next few days, so check back this weekend! Happy 4th of July!

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