September 21st

This Saturday, September 21st, we’ve got two terrific bands performing at the Market. At 11:30, we’ll hear a performance by Mike & Carleen McCornack, two of Eugene’s premiere singer/songwriters who have been sharing their musical artistry with grateful audiences for over four decades. At 12:30, we’re happy to welcome back The Vineyard Collective, four innovative musicians playing original songs along with oldies and folk favorites.

Shoppers at the 5th Annual Locavore Hamburger benefit lunch on August 24th this year

September 14th

Join us on September 14th at 11:30 for a performance by Randy Moore and Linda Miller. Randy and Linda will play a medley of recorder and violin compositions, both secular and sacred. At 12:30 we’ll be welcoming Eric Nicolson, an accomplished local multi-instrumentalist. Eric is adept with the guitar, mandolin, harmonica, banjo & dulcimer.

Opening Day 2018 at the Spencer Creek Growers Market in Eugene

September 7th

This Saturday at the Spencer Creek Growers Market we’ll have performances by Fat Back Rhythm and Meg Graf. Details can be found on our Music Calendar. Drop on by and enjoy a great lunch at the Hungry Gardener Cafe and a wide selection of summer veggies, berries, apples, pears & grapes. Also be sure and browse offering by our Food Artisan and craft vendors!

Adams Elementary School Marimba Band

August 31st

This coming Saturday, August 31st, join us in welcoming a group of nine talented marimba players from a number of Eugene middle schools, led by Randy Moore, UO professor of Music Education. Don’t miss it!!

July 2017 Locavore Hamburger Lunch

August 24th

This year’s Locavore Hamburger fundraiser features music at 10:30 by the Eugene Marimba Kids, an amazingly talented group of performers led by our own Randy Moore, UO professor of Music Education. At 11:30 we’ll be hosting an Irish music jam led by Rachel and Ben Young, who come from the Irish traditional session background, having played with many groups across Canada and throughout Washington, Oregon, and California. Served beginning at around 11:30, the lunch can be ordered inside the grange kitchen and taken outdoors where you can enjoy the music.

Sorrel Way Jam performs at the Spencer Creek Growers Market in July 2018

August 17th

Join us on August 17th when Eugene’s acclaimed Sorrel Way Jam performs on stage at the Growers Market at the Spencer Creek Grange. We’ll also have a full array of produce, craft and food artisan vendors this Saturday. Don’t miss it!!

Buffalo Gals

August 10th

Join us in welcoming Buffalo Gals, the dynamic duo of guitarist Dianne Dugaw and fiddler Rachel Marcotte, as they take the stage at 11:30 on the morning of August 10th. At 12:30 you’ll have an opportunity to hear guitar virtuoso Jeff Pagano, a local Eugenean who has performed in numerous venues throughout the area.

Eric Nicholson

August 3rd

Join us on August 3rd in welcoming Eric Nicholson, a well-known and accomplished folk musician from the Eugene area who will be performing at the Spencer Creek Growers’ Market. Eric is a frequent performer at numerous venues throughout Eugene and is a multi-instrumentalist accomplished in guitar, mandolin, harmonica, banjo & dulcimer.

Spence Palermo

July 13th

Spence Palermo will be appearing on July 13th at 11:30 in a performance onstage at the Growers Market at the Grange. Spence has been a part of the Americana music scene in the Pacific NW since the early 1970’s. Appearing at 12:30 will be local singer/songwriter Daniel Stokes. Great music and food with plenty of seating at an award-winning outdoor farmers’ market just a short drive from downtown Eugene!

Eugene Sacred Harp Singers

July 20th

Join us on July 20th as we welcome Meg Graf, Eugene’s preeminent harpist & pianist onstage at the Growers Market at the Grange. Meg will perform marvelous arrangements of favorite melodies many of us will recognize.

Also performing will be Eugene’s Sacred Harp Singers. Sacred Harp singing is a non-denominational community musical event whose origins date back to the time when Singing Schools were commonly organized to foster musical skills during the colonial period.