With the growing season shifted later this year, many crops are only just coming in. We've also added so many wonderful vendors that have antiques, shabby chic, upcycled, and handmade goods! The perfect trifecta happened when Goble Historic Tavern agreed to let us continue using the parking lot on Saturdays and move into the back patio after Thanksgiving!
Join us through the fall season!
December will be a real treat...
Christmas in the Country at the Goble Community Market!!
Stop on by & support local farmers, artisans, artists, and crafters!
We're in the Goble Historic Tavern parking lot every Saturday through September.
We're looking for a few more vendors: Farmers Artisans & Crafters - anything hand made: upcycled goods, original artwork, jewelry, pottery, etc Food truck(s) - must have your food service licensing Musician(s)/Performer(s) - all genres welcome Face Painters Etc.
Our space is fantastic - open, surrounded by forest to the back and easy to see and access from Highway 30. We have great signage up every Saturday morning by 7:30. There is lots of advertising throughout Columbia County, on Facebook, and other online venues and social networks.
Set up starts at 7 am. The market is open 8 am to 1 pm.
Cost is $10 per week for a 10x10 space, no additional fees or charges.
We follow Oregon Department of Agriculture and local rules and regulations.
Calling all farmers, handcrafters, greenhouses, direct sales (we already have Paparazzi and Mary Kay), jams, jellies, pickles... any thing you can dream up really.
The Oregon Agriculture rules are linked on anther blog on this site. Pretty much nothing illegal, immoral, or controlled substances. Yeah, bummer for anyone growing that crop, but we also don't want to get shut down or have anyone arrested.
The cost of a booth is still at $10 for a 10x10 space per week. You can pay as you go and fill out the application. If you want to read the rules and look the application over, they are just a few weeks back in this blog.
We're open now through the end of September every Saturday morning in the parking lot by the Old Goble Tavern.