June 26th — Priyo Join us on June 26th as we welcome acclaimed flamenco guitarist Priyo to the Market. Drawing on themes originating in Africa, the Mediterranean, Latin American and …
Having reached a 65% vaccination rate threshold, Lane County will be moving to the Lower Risk category on June 9th. At Wednesday’s board meeting we will be discussing the implications this development has for our market, i.e., increasing the maximum number of vendors and providing coffee and food service.
We’ll be kicking off our season with the Daniel Powell Ensemble performing an array of jazz favorites on saxophone & bass. Music is scheduled to begin around Noon. Don’t miss it!!
Back by popular demand, we will be running another Plastics Round-up at the Grange! On September 26th we will have volunteers accepting your numbers 2, 4, and 5 plastic containers and lids.
Please wear a mask and maintain appropriate distancing. Remember to have things appropriately sorted, cleaned and prepared, prior to arriving. We will also be collecting Pak Tech can holders.
The Spencer Creek Growers Market will hold a board meeting outdoors on the south side of the Grange building on Sunday, August 16th, at 1:30 p.m. Member of the public are welcome to attend. Face masks and social distancing will be observed. Among the items on the agenda will be discussions on our current Covid-19 Safety Protocol and a proposed 2nd Plastics Recycling event to take place in September during the Market.
Join us on August 8th when Deva Priyo and Friends return for a performance at the Spencer Creek Growers Market. A virtuosic guitarist with an international following, Deva Priyo first appeared with Jason Bailey, an accomplished hammer dulcimer performer, during our Harvest Fair celebration in October of 2016. Be sure and carve out time in your day to stop at the Market for this performance!
We celebrated our 10th Annual Harvest Festival on October 5th at the Spencer Creek Grange. We pressed cider all day from apples brought by visitors to the market. Some folks who went home with jugs of cider bought their apples from Tom at SLO Farm, who had a booth alongside the cider presses. Three bands performed while over twenty vendors sold produce, crafts and artisan breads, vegan dessert items and more. Our lunch menu this year included wild-caught Salmon Chowder, Mulligatawny and Vegan Chanterelle Soup, fresh tossed garden salad, whole-wheat sourdough bread and choice between honey-walnut, apple and berry pie!
Don’t miss the Green Hand Brass Band as they perform on stage at the Spencer Creek Growers Market on Saturday, September 28th at 12:30. These talented and energetic performers have a wide repertoire, ranging from jazz standards to popular cover tunes from numerous genres. Plenty of summer veggies, apples & pears, garlic, winter squash and much more from our produce vendors. We’ve also got marvelous baked items by Cookie Conscious and Wild Flours Baking Company, while Meso Nutso will be offering unique bread boards, lazy susans, candied nuts and fresh local walnuts.
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.
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.