Peaches made a first appearance at last Sunday’s Market, and there will be more each week. But never fear, berries will still be around for a few more weeks. You might even find a few cherries, but their days are numbered! So here are some recipe ideas to use all this midsummer boun
On July 28th, come out to get your photo made with the cutest blueberry ever, Ima Blueberry! Ima is an ambassador for Oregon blueberry growers, and always brings out the smiles when she visits Your Market! Learn More!
Back again this season are the intricate instrumental interplay and silky vocal harmonies of the Seymour Baker Band — check them out this Sunday at Your Market. You can see videos of the band at their website— we also noticed that the photo on their homepage was shot right here in Mil
In 2016 and 2017, Your Market was on the route of the Milwaukie-Sellwood Sunday Parkway event, connecting park areas by several miles of streets closed to car traffic. One of the bands marched through the Market, and a bunch of metro-area cyclists were introduced to the Market for th
Need help with a plan for how to use all those fruits and veggies before they spoil? You’re in luck, the Master Food Preservers will be back at Your Market this weekend with tips about how to best preserve all sorts of foods. Bring your questions and get pointers on how to make
Beige, navy, yellow, orange, chocolate brown, indigo, purple, white, grey. Go By Bike. Go By Rail. Go By Boat. Your Market has offered a variety of t-shirts over the years, plus a couple of sweatshirts. Show Your Market Pride by wearing any Milwaukie Farmers Market t-shirt any — o
Guess The Weight of the Giant Pumpkin At the Market on Sunday, Oct 28th. $1/per guess. Need not be present to win. Half of the pot goes to the winner, the other half goes to the Meals on Wheels Program at the Milwaukie Center, and CMI will match that amount, too.
The City of Milwaukie is adopting a Climate Action Plan, and recently adopted a ban on single-use plastic bags at large retailers and at Your Market beginning next season. You can learn more about both of these initiatives plus so much more at Your Market’s second Sustainabilit
The Market opens this year the way it has for several years now, with the soulful folk tunes of Kevin Shay Johnson, AKA Farmer Slim. A self-taught guitarist who biked his way across America to settle in Portland in 1980, Farmer Slim has long been an active part of Portland’s thriving