Saturday Market is open, rain or shine!

Looking for a unique handmade coffee mug, or maybe a brilliant painting? Perhaps a stunning necklace or a tie dyed t-shirt? We can help you connect with local artists for those things and more by using our new Online Artisan Directory!

Click Here For Our New Artisan Directory!

Saturday Market is open rain or shine, every Saturday at 8th & Oak in downtown Eugene. This year has been a challenge, but we are now back in Downtown Eugene from 10am-5pm.

Thank you for celebrating 50 years of Saturday Market in downtown Eugene!

It's the perfect place to shop for locally handmade goods and grab a bite from our International Food Court. Please take a moment to read our COVID-19 Safety Plan before you shop with us.

Flip through our Saturday Market Guidebook.

We appreciate your support during this time. Please consider making a donation to Saturday Market. We are struggling to cover our costs now that we are operating at half our usual size. We are asking for your financial support to make sure we make it through this trying time. We have been open every Saturday, rain or shine, for 50 years! Please help us make sure we make it another 50 years after this pandemic.


Here are more ways to help support your local artists:
  • Eugene Saturday Market Online Marketplace
  • Lane County Artist Relief Fund
  • Kareng Fund
  • Interested in selling your handcrafted wares?

    Learn More and Apply Now!

    A Marketeer and their art

    Rachel London with Topsy Blends

    At Saturday Market, the maker is the seller! Each week more than 200 local artisans offer their handcrafted wares for sale in a beautiful outdoor park setting in the heart of Eugene, Oregon.

    Food from the Food Court

    Edible Improv has tasty cookies, crepes and espresso.

    15 food booths in the outdoor restaurant known as our International Food Court offer a wide variety of foods made fresh on site using local produce when possible. Look for monthly and weekly specials!

    musician on the Market Stage

    Malanga performs on the Saturday Market Stage

    The Market Stage has been a showcase for local musical talent for 50 years. We can't have our usual full day of live music right now, but we will bring back the folk, rock, Celtic, bluegrass, and everything in between as soon as we can.

    LCFM logoveggies

    The Lane County Farmers' Market is just across the street, full of locally grown produce, plant starts and flowers.

    The Saturday Market is a smoke-free environment. Thank you for not smoking.