Gresham Saturday Market at MHCC

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

2019 will bring our 6th season with an amazing group of vendors. Since 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 13th. Our hours will be from 9:00AM to 3:00 PM. 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 13th through Sept. 28th - 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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LEW JONES

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LEW JONES’ music career spans over three decades. As singer, songwriter and guitar virtuoso, Lew has opened for or shared the stage with Chubby Checker, Clarence Clemons, Shawn Colvin, Donovan, Tim Finn (Crowded House), Buddy Guy, David LaFlame, Los Lobos, Ray Manzarek (The Doors), the Meat Puppets, The Rippingtons, Dan Siegal, and Tower of Power, among others. A winner of The Portland Music Association’s Crystal Award for ‘Outstanding Folk Act’, Lew had a local hit on Ripcord Records with “The Terwilliger Bridge/I think I’m Gonna Rain Tonight in 1978/9 and his song ‘Saint John’s Street’ included on the NOPO Compilation in 2007. In between, he has written and recorded multiple CDs, including 2003’s Sublimation, and reaped extensive international airplay from three ‘Rainbow Samplers’ put out by Poetman Records. Lew has performed at a variety of regional and local events including Seattle’s Bumbershoot and the Portland-based NXNW, Rose Festival, The Bite of Oregon, and The Mayor’s Ball, and his US tours include gigs up and down the west coast and across the country. Lew is also an established poet and popular painter/muralist. 

Earlier Event: September 29
Wayne Richards and Southern Nights
Later Event: April 13
GREG PARKE