Wednesdays in Willamette Summer Market


Wednesdays In Willamette Summer Street Market

2024: Every Wednesday starting May 8 through September 4 from 4-8 PM

Willamette Falls Drive, West Linn Oregon


We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to our Market this summer!


Vendor Application is available on managemymarket.com

Find fresh produce and organic foods, artisan foods, and one-of-a-kind handmade goods at the annual Wednesdays in Willamette Summer Market on Historic Willamette Main Street. Local artisans, as well as Cideries, Wineries, Distilleries, and Mixed Cocktail vendors, make the Summer Street Market one of the most interesting and dynamic markets in the region!

If you have kids between the ages of 5 and 12 make sure you sign them up at the Information Booth for the Power of Produce Program.  They will receive tokens in the amount of $2 with which to purchase produce, honey, or produce plants.

The 2024 Market is being held along Willamette Falls Drive between 12th and 15th Streets. 

We hope to see you there!


For more information or to become a vendor, visit our vendor management system at Manage My Market.  

Manage My Market

Come Volunteer at the Market!



Our market couldn't run without the support of our amazing community volunteers!
 
This year's market will bring over 60 distinct farmers, artisans, and crafters to our community. Volunteers are essential to support these small businesses and run our Power Of Produce program (POP). POP provides tokens to children ages 5-12 to spend on produce or honey at our market! Click here to learn more!




Calling all Kid Entrepreneurs!

Wednesdays in Willamette is proud to support youth vendors!

We want to see your incredible ideas come to life! You and your parents could visit the market to check out what's already there and see if you can create something unique that will make everyone say, "Wow!" 

Click here to apply!

Ongoing Support for our Market!

The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District has been an ongoing supporter of our Summer Market for many years.  We appreciate their support, which helps us pay a portion of the costs of our Power of Produce Program.  This program provides access to fresh produce for the children of our community!  For more information about the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District, click here.