Gresham Saturday Market at MHCC

Local Farm Fresh Produce, Fruits & Berries • Crafts • Fine Art • Artisan Foods • Unique Services • Music • Fun

We have had three great seasons in 2014, 2015, and 2016 with a terrific group of vendors. With our relocation in 2016 to the beautiful Mt. Hood Community College campus, we now have a truly amazing location to grow with.  Opening day will be Saturday, April 15th. We are located in parking lot "W" at the corner of Kane and SE Stark Street. We have generous parking right next to the market lot and we have landscaping all around us. Access is convenient from both Kane and SE Stark Street.

Our Website is growing and we now have "For Vendors" & Newsletter Signup Pages as well as a Gallery of recent Market Photos.

Keep checking back - we will soon have a "Meet our Vendor Page" up and will be adding to it throughout the year.

April 15th through Sept. 30th - 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

 

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The Jade Stone Band

Jade Stone – Guitar/Vocals, Mike White – Bass, Scot Jacobson – Drums

Jade Stone is the definitive guitar player, cites “all the usual suspects” as his musical influences.  His love and knowledge about music are reflected in his personal approach to music.  Stone has worked his guitar talent across the U.S., from Miami to Anchorage and from San Diego to Detroit.  Stone displays his wisdom and experience when he says “music expresses your emotion… pure note (memorization) is flat” Come and hear some fresh twists on music of the 60’s and 70’s.

Mike White, has been playing in is band, (Pryzm), for over 18 years, covering many types of music.  Also has been playing in Praise Teams for over 16 years.  Mike has also played bass with many other bands filling in as an alternate on many occasions.  He knowledge of music and the desire to learn is even more evident in this new project with terrific team of talent.

Scot's interest in drumming began 30 years ago , as a passion to make music from the heart. He started on drums with childhoodfriends, at first only playing in garages and whatever set he could practice on.  The beats that he thought of often, soon after began to take shape and herealised that this was a well chosen instrument for him. Scot also started on guitar by age ten and still loves it today.  Scot plays hand drums as well as a full percussion set and is always open and trying to creating new sounds with a variety of techniques and. Instruments. The ability to make music for others to hear is a big part of his life. Scot strives to always learn and expand the possibilities to achieve happiness and enjoyment for the love of music.

 

Earlier Event: July 8
The Perry Gerber Band
Later Event: July 29
Ron Ruedi and the Hurricanes