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Tri-County Farm Fresh Produce

The summer is passing. We’ve gobbled all the strawberries, cherries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries we can handle. Our freezers are now bursting with bags of lovely berries to see us through winter. We’re making our last visits for succulent peaches, nectarines and plums, and it won’t be long before we hear the call for apples and ciders, and pears. But wait, Oregon grows amazing local vegetables too. NOW is the time! Bring on the parade of beans, tomatoes, corn squash, peppers, cukes, garlics and so much more! And the height of summer is no time for the kids to get bored either! While some farms scale back special events for the hottest days of summer, others are just getting started. How about an evening date for mom and dad?Now is the time for beautiful field dinners to relax, eat from a fabulous home-grown spread and enjoy the joys of harvest season.

Take a look at these fun summer activities:


August 4, 11am

All about garlic – BLOOMING JUNCTION

Reserve your space by Aug 3.

35105 NW Zion Church Rd, Cornelius, OR 503-681-4646


August 9, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Summer Concert Series – KRUGER’S FARM

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 503-621-3489

Cedar Teeth performing. Bring a picnic or buy food from one of vendors. Beer and wine for sale — CASH ONLY. (ATM in the store). No outside alcohol allowed, and please no dogs visiting on concert nights. Per-carload fee for concerts.

http://krugersfarm.com/events-programs/summer-concerts/


August 11, 11am

All about sweet corn – BLOOMING JUNCTION

Reserve your space by Aug 10.

35105 NW Zion Church Rd, Cornelius, OR 503-681-4646


August 12, 10:30am

Farm Brunch – OUR TABLE COOPERATIVE

13390 SW Morgan Rd, Sherwood, OR 503-217-4304

Join us for a 3-course brunch not to be missed. (Event not suitable for small children.)

https://www.ourtable.us/brunch


August 12, 11am-2pm

Blooming Cactus Paint Party – LEE FARMS

21975 SW 65th Ave. Tualatin, OR 503-638-1869

Start with our unlimited mimosa bar with an assortment of juices and berries to concoct the perfect Sunday brunch beverage! Add a wholesome quiche made with local organic veggies and farm fresh eggs. Then treat yourself from the whole spread of pastries. With that, you’re ready to have a fun time with Michele with Free To Be Art and step by step instructions on how to create your masterpiece!
https://leefarmsoregon.ticketleap.com/


August 12, 11 am

Farm to Plate Sunday Brunch – KRUGER’S FARM

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 503-621-3489

Join us for a beautiful, fresh farm breakfast under the big oak tree.

http://krugersfarm.com


August 16, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Summer Concert Series – KRUGER’S FARM

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 503-621-3489

Ashleigh Flynn performing. Bring a picnic or buy food from one of vendors. Beer and wine for sale — CASH ONLY. (ATM in the store). No outside alcohol allowed, andplease no dogs visiting on concert nights.Per-carload fee for concerts.

http://krugersfarm.com/events-programs/summer-concerts/


August 18, 11am

All about tomato paste and sauces – BLOOMING JUNCTION

Reserve your space by Aug 17.

35105 NW Zion Church Rd, Cornelius, OR 503-681-4646


August 18. 12-4pm

Adult Farm Camp – OUR TABLE COOPERATIVE

13390 SW Morgan Rd, Sherwood, OR 503-217-4304

Learn about farm to table, and growing foods.

https://www.ourtable.us


August 23, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Summer Concert Series – KRUGER’S FARM

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 503-621-3489

Scott Law performing. Bring a picnic or buy food from one of vendors. Beer and wine for sale — CASH ONLY. (ATM in the store). No outside alcohol allowed, andplease no dogs visiting on concert nights.Per-carload fee for concerts.

http://krugersfarm.com/events-programs/summer-concerts/


August 24 - September 3

Oregon State Fair – Salem, OR

Sudan Farm and other participating members welcome you to the fair. Come see us!

https://oregonstatefair.org


August 25, 4:30pm

Farm Field Dinner – OUR TABLE COOPERATIVE

13390 SW Morgan Rd, Sherwood, OR 503-217-4304

Our Table Chef Kerri Cacciata with Chef Kyle Christy of Dame! The four-course dinner will feature food from the height of the summer season, and wine pairings from Kelley Fox Winery. Includes appetizers and farm tour.

(Must be 21 or older to attend)

https://www.ourtable.us


August 25, 11am-2pm

Barn Sale– LEE FARMS

21975 SW 65th Ave, Tualatin, OR 503- 638-1869


August 26, 11 am

Farm to Plate Sunday Brunch – KRUGER’S FARM

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 503-621-3489

Join us for a beautiful, fresh farm breakfast under the big oak tree.

http://krugersfarm.com


August 26, 11am-2pm

Succulent Plant Workshop – LEE FARMS

21975 SW 65th Ave, Tualatin, OR 503-638-1869

Start with our unlimited mimosa bar with an assortment of juices and berries to concoct the perfect Sunday brunch beverage! Add a wholesome quiche made with local organic veggies and farm fresh eggs. Then treat yourself from the whole spread of pastries. With that, you’re read to be guided through building your own succulent plant garden! This event is a great active workshop where you will be putting all of the finishing touches to your Succulent Arrangement.

https://leefarmsoregon.ticketleap.com/succulent-workshop/details


August 30, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Summer Concert Series – KRUGER’S FARM

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 503-621-3489

New Iberians performing. Bring a picnic or buy food from one of vendors. Beer and wine for sale — CASH ONLY. (ATM in the store). No outside alcohol allowed, andplease no dogs visiting on concert nights.Per-carload fee for concerts.

http://krugersfarm.com/events-programs/summer-concerts/


September 1-5, 8pm

Dinner in the Field – FIALA FARMS

21231 Johnson Rd, West Linn, OR 97068

At this unique Dinner in the Field, you’ll dine in the midst of this century-old family farm’s bucolic landscape. You’ll enjoy the produce grown directly at the farm, including berries, tomatoes, eggplant, squash and more. Richard Fiala’s passion for growing exceptional, local produce is contagious, and he will surely wax effusive, especially over a glass of Cristom Vineyards wine. Price includes 6-7 course dinner, wine/beer, tax and gratuity.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dinner-in-the-field-at-fiala-farms-w-cristom-vineyards-tickets-43118718247?aff=efbevent



ALL SEASON SPECIAL EVENTS

Farm Stay – PIERCE FAMILY RANCH

Sherwood/Newberg area 503-628-1589

Farm tours are offered by request. Find our meats and eggs at the Newberg and Tigard markets.


Farm Stay – MOONRIDGE FARMS

25113 S Ridge Rd, Beavercreek, OR 503-632-0462­

Come and join us for a bit of country! Located in the foothills of the Cascade mountain range about 30 miles outside of Portland, Oregon, MoonRidge Farms offers cozy accommodations in a quiet country setting. This renovated 1901 farmhouse offers the charm of a traditional farmhouse located on 40 acres.

https://www.moonridgefarms.com/farm-stay/


Farm Happy Hour – Fridays 4-8pm – OUR TABLE COOPERATIVE

13390 SW Morgan Rd, Sherwood, OR 503-217-4304

Kick back with friends at the farm during Friday Happy Hour!
We have local beer, wine, and kombucha from our taps, hot bites from the kitchen, and farm table seating in the atrium and outside (weather permitting).

https://www.ourtable.us/events.html


Farm to Plate Dinners Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 6pm - KRUGER’S FARM

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 503-621-3489

Join us for an intimate farm dinner surrounded by the beauty of Sauvie Island. Our farm chef picks the freshest produce from the field and prepares a delicious 4-6 course meal. That evening our guests sit down under the lovely oak tree to a delicious family-style supper that celebrates truly local Northwest cuisine. Thursday evening include admission to the evening concert.

http://krugersfarm.com/events-programs/farm-to-plate-dinners/



EVERYDAY FARM FRESH FAMILY FUN

Looking for a nearby market or farm stand? Maybe a u-pick? Need to find a place to picnic while you’re visiting or with farm activities for the kids? Our farms are unique with some offering berry milk shakes and pies, some offering picnic grounds and others hosting gentle farm animals for your kids to feed. Some markets and farms keep late hours for your after-work grocery runs too!

Visit Tricountyfarm.org where you can FIND A FARM by produce type or check out a map to find locations closest to you.

9th August 2018