Helpful Links for Members
Market Members Only Facebook Group
Connect with your Market friends and neighbors through Facebook: Click here and request to join the group
The Saturday Market’s practice is that if you come down and sell, but later begin to suffer ill-effects from the heat and staying would compromise your health, you are permitted to pack up and leave early. Please inform your neighbors and the staff at the information booth of your need to leave and minimize disruption to Market as you make your way out. We understand that the threshold for heat intolerance isn’t the same for everyone.
As a business owner, it is your right and responsibility to protect yourself and your employees from harm. The important thing is that you came down to make a Market.
Other Markets & Fairs
Portland, Oregon Portland Saturday Market
Ashland, Oregon Lithia Artisan's Market
Bend, Oregon Central Oregon Saturday Market
Oregon Country Fair
Sources for Fireproof Tarps, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Proofing, 8x8 Pop Ups
Creative Awnings & Shelters (tarps, booth frames)
1792 42nd St, Springfield, Oregon
Sanderson Safety (fire ext. & fire proofing)
850 Conger St, Eugene, Oregon
National Fire Fighter Corp (fire ext. & fire proofing)
1574 W 6th Ave Eugene
Andy & Bax (8x8 pop ups)
324 SE Grand Ave Portland
Hut Shop (8x8 pop ups), online, free shipping
REI (8x8 pop ups) order online
Build your own classic wooden booth, click to download plans
Jerry's Home Improvement
Artisan Relief Fund
The Kareng Fund for Oregon artisans facing a career threatening crisis
Thanks to Next Day Flyers for being a great print service provider for The Saturday Market. Members can order their own business assets from Next Day Flyers at nextdayflyers.com. Posters, business cards, decals and much more.
For accommodation options in the area, check HotelsCombined.
Online Places to Sell
Esty.com build your own D.I.Y. online crafts shop
Market Feasibility Study
Downtown Public Market Saturday Market Survey Responses
Preliminary Public Market Financial Analysis
Conducted by the University of Oregon's Community Planning Workshop