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Volunteer Today!

Volunteer Today!

09/21/2017  |  No Comments

Fall is in the air! Many of our volunteers have been coming regularly since the market season opened in the Spring (not to mention in years past). Others come periodically, filling in whenever it's needed. Still more are new volunteers,... Read More

Music at the Market: Portland Chamber Music

Music at the Market: Portland Chamber Music

09/10/2017  |  No Comments

Portland Chamber Music, a local nonprofit, believes all people deserve access to quality musical experiences and devotes 100% of their time to community outreach, bringing free classical music performances to Portland communities. On Sunday, September 17th you can catch them... Read More

Meet interesting people. Enrich your community. Serve on the board!

Meet interesting people. Enrich your community. Serve on the board!

09/04/2017  |  No Comments

The Montavilla Farmers Market is seeking motivated and passionate individuals to join our board of directors! This working board is the driving force behind the market and gets together each month to hash out ways to continue to steer MFM toward... Read More

Youth Cooking Workshops - August 27th

Youth Cooking Workshops – August 27th

08/17/2017  |  No Comments

On Sunday, August 27th Montavilla Farmers Market is offering three cooking workshops for kids and teens that are free and open to the public. In each workshop, youth will learn to cook one dish using fresh market produce and then... Read More

Expert knife sharpening by local blacksmith Arnon Kartmazov!

Expert knife sharpening by local blacksmith Arnon Kartmazov!

07/27/2017  |  No Comments

Montavilla's own Arnon Kartmazov of Bridgetown Forge is back at MFM, on Sunday, July 30th, 2017! Here are few words from Arnon about his practices: "Having lived and apprenticed in Japan for a long time, my attitude to knife-making and knife sharpening... Read More

Where’s the fruit?

Where’s the fruit?

05/25/2017  |  No Comments

Does something seem off at the market? While it generally feels full with lots of food, observant customers have noticed a few holes where our berry and fruit vendors are typically found. And they’re right -- with the exception of... Read More