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NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market Presented by
JUNE 18TH – SEPT 17TH (SATURDAYS) 10am – 2pm
A weekly ritual for neighbors and the community at large to shop and interact with local farmers and artisans—and each other— the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market presented by Cascade Sotheby's International has truly blossomed. Young and old, friends and families gather and enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of this charming neighborhood market each week throughout the summer. And now in its 8th year, the market promises to be the best one yet!
Our market stage features talented local, regional and even international entertainers, with sounds that vary each week. In addition there are musicians busking on the streets and sidewalks, including students Our family looks forward from String Theory to walking to the Farmers Music. Don’t miss Market every Saturday our rotation of guest during the summertime. chefs serving up We find the best selection of tasty bites, as well as other food, wellness fresh organic food... not to and garden experts mention the most fabulous sharing new ideas and selection of flowers! information to our market guests. Our – Kelly Jamieson, NWX Resident popular Taste of the Season weekly recipe is back with 14 delicious new recipe ideas on how to use market bounty in new and unexpected ways. Each week a new recipe, using ingredients from market vendors will be featured on our website and Facebook page (be sure to LIKE us to stay in the know!), as well as at the market itself.
Kids’ Day at the Market SATURDAY, AUGUST 13TH 10am – 2pm Kids Crit, Face painting, activities and more!
Much of our market’s success is based on the enthusiastic and hard-working slate of farmers and vendors that serve up fresh produce, meats, cheeses, eggs, flowers, hand-crafted items and tasty food and drink each week. We’re also grateful to the dedication and year-round work of the C3 Events team for recruiting vendors and coordinating the logistics of the entire season. To our sponsors, partners, neighbors and businesses, thank you for your support of this wonderful event.
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AUG 19TH – SEPT 9TH (FRIDAYS) 10am – 2pm AUG 19TH
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2016 NorthWest Crossing Saturday
SATURDAYS, JUNE 18TH â€“ SEPT 17TH 10AM-2PM
Four Acre Farm Good Earth Farm Hope Springs Dairy Juniper Jungle Farm Mahonia Gardens Marquam Hill Berries Radicle Roots Farm The Vegetable Man Produce Vicky's Farm Whiskey Hill Berry Garden
DD Ranch Home Farm Foods Precious Cargo Seafood Richie's English Style Sausages Vaquero Valley Ranch
PREPARED FOODS: ACME HOT DOG CO Jumbo Size Tamales Merrill Cellars Siamsmilechef service Sunny Yoga Kitchen
GOURMET FOODS & BEVERAGES:
adoboloco Bonta - Natural Artisan Gelato Bucha Buena kombucha Esotico Pasta Fearless Baking Fur Friends Doggie Bakery Holm Made Toffee Co. Hope Springs Dairy Humm Kombucha Justy's Jelly Manipura Kitchen Maragas Winery Merrill Cellars Navidis Olive Oil & Vinegars Oregon Spirit Distillers Rik's Rubs Southwest Salsa Co. Sweet Alchemy The Sparrow Bakery The Village Baker Thomas & Sons Distillery Venture Fermenters
Americana Woodworks BlissPillow DK Designs Jewelry Geeky Chic Kids La Petite Savonnerie MaileKai Creations Michael Miller Ceramics Pink Rakes Ceramic Studio Relic Workshop Rofe Designs scottisomwoodturnings.com Sew Savvy & 4 The Love of Crafts Sweet Mamas Goat Milk Soap & Lotion T's Tonics TALLOW BALM Skin Care tumalo lavender Zantana Designs
Central Oregon Locavore HDFFA Oregon Natural Desert Association
If you would like to participate in the market please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started
Sprouts Camp Kids have their own zone at the market! Every week at the new Sprouts Camp kids can come together and work on a farm craft or game to learn more about farm life and food. Each week is something new and fresh, like everything else at the market!
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TASTE OF THE SEASON Farmer's Market Feta Bruschetta is a fresh, delicious appetizer that is always a hit. Serve with crostini or pita chips. Be sure to set a few scoops aside, because the bowl will be sure to come back empty no matter how high you fill it! Enjoy! Source: www.thecafesucrefarine.com
Farmer’s Market Feta Bruschetta INGREDIENTS Vegetarian, Gluten free Produce: 1 Bell pepper, medium 2 ears Corn, fresh 1 Lemon, fine zest from 1 cup Red onion 4 Scallions, medium 3 tbsp Thyme, fresh leaves 1 Zucchini, small Condiments: 3 tbsp Lemon juice Baking & Spices: 1 Black pepper, freshly ground 1/4 tsp Sea salt Oils & Vinegars: 4 tbsp Olive oil, extra virgin Dairy: 1 cup Feta INSTRUCTIONS • Wrap each ear of corn in plastic wrap and place in microwave on high power for 2 minutes. Remove and allow to cool slightly before unwrapping. Slice corn from cob. • Place corn, zucchini, pepper, green onions and lemon zest in a medium size bowl. Stir to combine. • Drizzle with lemon juice and olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt. Stir again. • Add Feta and thyme leaves, reserving 1 tablespoon of thyme for garnish. Stir gently. Transfer to a serving bowl and sprinkle with reserved thyme and freshly ground black pepper. Serve with crostini (see below) or pita chips.
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10am-2pm at NorthWest Crossing Dr. & Fort Clatsop St.
Fresh food and great music naturally just go together! This year, we’re excited to bring even more free, live, world-class music to your Saturday morning market tradition- right in NorthWest Crossing each week. As you stroll the local food producers, purveyors, and fine artisans, take a music time-out and enjoy the sounds from the best of Bend’s local music scene, along with some regional and international standouts. It’s unlike any other market in the Northwest! Steve Beaudry , who Thomas calls “ a World Class Harmonica player” who had exactly the tone and feel that fits so well with the Chicago and Texas style Blues the band loves. Joining most recently is drummer Jeff Ingraham, who has toured with and recorded several albums for Country music legend, Merle Haggard.
Inka Jam's music includes originals from the band members and some traditional covers in a variety of styles with an Andean flare. We play Huaynos, Cumbia, Salsa, Boleros, Trova and Afro-Peruvian. Due to the novelty of certain rhythms we usually step out to teach the crowd some basic steps and then involve them in the dancing.
Hot Club of Bend
All experienced performers in various musical genres, members of Nomads organized originally to focus their shared passion for the music of the Middle East, Mediterranean and Balkans. They developed their cohesion playing for local belly dance groups and through regular rehearsals and jam sessions. “It’s a very simple idea, but also very rich,” says band leader Miguel de Alonso, known around Bend for his flamenco guitar performances. “We want to give you glimpses of other people, places and times through the music and the dance. We want to share with our neighbors the special aesthetics of music from this part of the world, music that can be energetic, but also so elegant, sweet and soft.” The band’s performances feature many authentic instruments like: the violin, oud, rababa, bouzouki, guitar, baglama, clarinet, darbuka and drums.
The Hot Club of Bend features an international lineup of musicians collaborating in the tradition of Gypsy Jazz, Hot Swing, Bossanova, and Blues. Hailing from the heart of Cascadia, this group brings energy and innovation to the stage with every performance.
Honey Don’t Quartet
Honey Don’t Quartet is the musical union of Bill Powers and Shelley Gray, perhaps better known as one-half of the Paonia, Colorado based old-time bluegrass band, Sweet Sunny South. Their music may be delivered acoustic or electric and is based in the folk tradition with bluegrass and old-time at its deepest roots.
SEPT 3 The Wavras
Marimba Band AUG 6
Popcorn plays acoustic covers you do, and don't want to hear. And just like Popcorn you'll want to hear more. Locals Joe Schulte, Jenny Wasson and Nicolas Miranda make up this tasty, buttery trio.
Local musician Billy Mickelson draws out the cello’s natural darkness and weaves it into a half-cello music, half-blak metal creation. Haunting and one-of-a-kind.
Bram Brata’ – a performance steel drum band out of Richland, Washington – heads our way this July. The band consists of middle and high-school aged musicians playing a wide variety of songs on these remarkably versatile Caribbean instruments – bringing a touch of island attitude to all styles of music! Bram Brata’ has performed all over the Pacific Northwest, as well as in Hawaii and Canada, and Disneyland, drawing thousands of people into their “unexpected party”.
UBUNTU is a 6 piece band that brings a groove-heavy, afro-roots rhythm sound whose music makes it difficult to not start dancing. While many of UBUNTU's songs are based in the mother rhythms of African drumming, several of the band's players bring a strong rock, funk, and psychedelic influence providing for a very unique and innovative sound.
& the Blue Chips
This blues band started to come together after bassist and lead vocalist, Thomas T (Tsuneta) had left his traveling sales job and decided he wanted to form a real Blues band. “I had been in a cover band for 6 or 7 years with guitarist, Jeff Leslie and we both had added Blues songs we liked to the set list. When I asked if he could play Blues all night, he said “Sure”! They were quickly joined by
The Wavras are a family band consisting of Scot Wavra and his two young boys, Symon and Kaleb, along with close friend Tom Scott. The band plays marimba music originating in southeast Africa. While all 4 members are Northwest natives, Both Scot and Tom have studied the music of Zimbabwe since the early 90s.
B Side Brass Band
B Side Brass Band brings the New Orleans brass band tradition to the Pacific North West. Our mission is to get you moving and grooving, sweating up the dance floor, and shaking your BackSide to the beat!
A 6-piece American Roots/Soul band built from strong roots in the gorgeous Central Oregon landscape they call home, Wayward Soul blends styles from Bluegrass and Country to Funk and RnB, weaving their music into the subtle tones of the world around them. This eclectic group of musicians each bring their own sense of style to the mix, creating a sound that is truly their own.
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Tom Scott Marimba
Long time bend resident and musician, Tom Scott, is the music teacher at Bear Creek Elementary School. Having long studied the music of Zimbabwe, Mr. Scott has been teaching his elementary school students the art and culture of zimbabwean marimba, for years. His groups will include a mix of students and adult players, as the streets come alive with the sounds of Africa!
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Miguel de Alonso As you wander our NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market you will bump into the vibrance of our three resident busking performers. The first station features Lino and his world guitar fusion blend, the second station features Miguel De Alonso, and his authentic Latin flamenco sounds, and the third station features youth musicians from Joe Schulte's String Theory class. The market is proud to support these young musicians! Please support all of our buskers by making donations to them if you enjoy their market sounds
COMMUNITY This year the information booth at the market expands to become the “Community Hub” which will house Central Oregon Locavore offering local food products for sale, a weekly spotlight area showcasing Master Gardeners and Master Local Chefs and the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance Grow and Give Donation Station. Every week there is something to learn, pick up and drop off at the Community Hub!
Miguel de Alonso plays instrumental Latin Jazz on Guitar and Violin. Utilizing the popular music style known as: “Nouveau Flamenco”. The music he plays is characterized by extensive use of Latin percussion, lively rumba flamenco rhythms, and his own brilliant soloing techniques.
Lino Gerardo Davila
Flamenco’s flare is only kept alive with the respect and truthful intentions of communicating musically. Gerardo Dávila, is a guitarist that incorporates Jazz and classical roots learned from his adventurous travels.
Central Oregon Locavore Market Center Spotlight Central Oregon Locavore is a local, communitybased non-profit established in 2009, located near downtown Bend, serving both food producers and consumers throughout Central Oregon. Locavore operates a year-round indoor farmer’s marketplace which features freshly harvested produce, organic grass-fed meats, free-range eggs, local honey, locally made value added products such as salsa, sauces, and many environmentally-conscious products for sustainable living. In addition to themarketplace, L ocavore alsooperatesa number of programs including Farm Kids!,Willing Workers on Local Farms, Edible Adventure Crew, Small Farmer Support Program, and farm-to-table dinners such as Meet Your Farmer D inner Seriesand Community Supper quarterly celebrations. These programs serve to connect and educate community members to the localfoodscapeof Central Oregon and provide a platform for support and celebration. The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance (HDFFA) is dedicated to supporting a community based food system in Central Oregon. New this year to the market, HDFFA will collect fresh food donations to help augment nonperishable food items in the pantry system. Currently, there is a push by the Oregon Food Bank to increase the number of fresh foods available at regional food banks and to partner pantries by 50% over the next five years. In Central Oregon, HDFFA is partnering with NeighborImpact, to help drive this change. Among their many programs, they operate the food distribution center for over thirty food pantries and shelves in the region. The collection point at the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market will also serve as a location for backyard gardeners to bring their extra garden vegetables. Please join us in supporting this very worthy endeavor for our community!
The NorthWest Crossing Builders’ Guild consists of a select group of experienced general contractors who understand the guidelines and procedures involved in designing and building quality homes in this one-ofa-kind neighborhood. Their common goal is reﬂected in the diverse, charming collection of homes that line the streets of NorthWest Crossing. B&C LLC Cloninger Custom Homes Greg Welch Construction Hackbarth Builders Heritage Homes NW Jim St. John Construction, LLC Leader Builders Meloling Construction Services Mike Knighten Construction Nordic Construction PD Construction Ridgeline Custom Homes, LLC
Rivers Northwest Enterprises, Inc. Robert Camel Contracting Sage Builders Salvesen Homes SolAire Homes, Inc. Stonebridge Homes Stucture Development NW SunWest Builders The Grout Company The W.H. Hull Company Tyee Development WoodCraft Building Inc.
Learn more at www.northwestcrossing.com
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Kids y a D AT THE MARKET
August 13th August 13th is COPA Kids Day at the Farmers Market. The day kicks off with the return of the popular NorthWest Crossing Kids Crit, presented by Umpqua Bank at 10am. Participation is free and open to kids 11 and under, but preregistration is required at the NorthWest Crossing Umpqua Bank store. The course is around the uniquely round Compass Park, located in the heart of NorthWest Crossing. Participants are grouped by age and prizes will be awarded for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers in each category. Free ice cream from Umpqua Bank provides a very cool and yummy finish! After the races, head down the street to the market where to check out the petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, and many more kids activities to keep curious kids occupied. Stop by the Community Booth to get a Kids Day Scavenger Hunt form. Complete the hunt and return it to the Info Booth to receive a free prize!
Featuring: • Small Seating Area • Changing Table • Children’s Recipes
Rest and take care of your youngest at the market this year!
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FREE MOVIES IN COMPASS PARK AUGUST 19TH - SEPTEMBER 9TH (FRIDAYS) Compass Park, NorthWest Crossing Drive
Zootopia Rated PG
Guardians of the Galaxy
Inside Out Rated PG
Episode VII The Force Awakens Rated PG-13
With the waning of summer and the closing days of the Bend Memorial Clinic Munch & Music Free Movies in the Park Series, the NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies Free Movies in the Park Series picks up with new family friendly festivities starting Friday nights in August. The event officially starts at 6:00pm with live performances by local musicians - with each night featuring a different musical guest who will double as the emcee for the evening. Movies will begin at dusk and there will be a brief intermission. There will be dinner food, dessert, and kettle korn available from one of many restaurants on site. Relax in the park, under the stars in front of a 60 foot outdoor movie screen featuring recent favorites and one to teach a new generation about.
MUNCH FOOD VENDORS!
Be sure to come early to find a good parking spot, and bring a coat as the nights can get chilly. We also recommend you bring a blanket to sit on or a low-backed chair, so it does not block the view of others enjoying the film.
Dinner food, dessert, and kettle korn available from a variety of food vendors.
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