First Sunday Market in Lake Grove

Back by popular demand!

Sundays, September 3, October 1 & November 5
Hallmark Drive in Lake Oswego, 97035

Based on community feedback, the Lake Grove Farmers’ Market expands this fall to include theme-based events. Your favorite farmers and foodies return to share the bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Plus, guests can find the addition of artisans vendors, expanded kids activities, live entertainment, beer & wine gardens and more!

  • September 3:  Back to School Block Party
    • Experience a fabulous day filled with old-time carnival games and a host of other family-friendly activities for everyone to enjoy.
  • October 1:  Barks and Brews
    • Join us for a paw-some Barks and Brews Festival where furry friends and their owners unite for a day of tail-wagging fun. Watch adorable pets strut their stuff in a lively pet parade/costume contest and then indulge in pet-friendly shopping, dining, and our inviting beer garden featuring local craft beers.
      • Pet parade & costume contest begins at 1pm. To register your pet, visit the Market Information booth onsite at the market. Registration is first come, first serve to the first 10 participants. 
  • November 5:  Bottles and Bites
    • Embrace an afternoon of delightful indulgence at our Bottles and Bites event where you can explore, savor, shop, and sip to your heart’s content. Enjoy delicious wines from local wineries available to purchase and treat yourself to a variety of delectable bites.


Farmers & Food: 


If you are interested in future market opportunities, please contact Market Manager, Emily Liu, at with you name and business information. In addition, it is recommended that all new & interested vendors review the Lake Oswego Farmers' Market Vendor Handbook for all rules & qualifications. 


Parking is available at a variety of nearby organizations, including Lake Grove Elementary.  For a complete list of parking options, visit the map.  

Market Music

Live music at the Lake Grove Farmers' Market is from 12-2pm. If you are interested in performing, please complete the performer application form HERE

  • Sunday, September 3: 
  • Sunday, October 1: 
  • Sunday, November 5: Tyler Waltner Trio (Jazz)

Farm Fresh Kids

Kids age 4-12 are invited to complete a weekly activity sheet filled with interactive riddles, scavenger hunts, word searches, fun facts, and more and earn $2 in tokens to purchase fruits and veggies.  The program aims to educate market youth on healthy eating, local food systems and farming practices.  


Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP) provides low-income households with electronic benefits that they can use to purchase eligible foods at most grocery stores and participating farmers’ markets.  The Market offers a match of up to $20 per SNAP purchase. 


There are numerous opportunities to support the Lake Grove Farmers' Market and other community events! It's a great way to connect with our weekly customers, and we appreciate the support. For specifics, please contact market manager, Emily at or call 503-675-3983.

Additional Market Facts

  • For over 20 years, the Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market at Millennium Plaza Park has served as a cherished community event. The Market was founded with a mission to provide the community with greater access to fresh local healthy products, while enhancing the neighboring business community by bringing patrons into downtown to support the local economy. 
  • For several years, there has been interest in expanding the Market’s offerings to the west side of Lake Oswego with an additional farmers’ market to add to the growing economic vitality of the 97035 zip code. 
  • In 2021, an opportunity presented itself to implement this goal, and the Parks & Recreation events team presented a pilot project. Surveys completed with neighbors, local businesses, customers and community members indicated a desire for the Market to return in 2022.
  • The Lake Grove Market is a small scale, food focused market of approximately 25-30 vendors. 
  • The intent of the Lake Grove Market is to further the Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market’s mission of bringing the community greater access to fresh local healthy products and support the Parks & Recreation Department’s health & wellness objectives, while targeting growth and stimulating business on the west side of Lake Oswego in tandem with the Boones Ferry Road project and additional development of Boones & Kruse properties.



Hallmark Drive
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
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