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Market Kitchen: Jam On!
Jul
27
to Jul 28

Market Kitchen: Jam On!

Bring your famous homemade spread (jam, jelly, or preserve) to share with and win the hearts of market-goers at our first annual Jam On! Or put your taste buds to the test and try each jam entry and vote for your favorite!

The competition will take place:

Saturday, July 27th from 10 am-12 pm in Downtown Hillsboro

Sunday, July 28th from 11 am-1 pm at Orenco Station

Best of luck and have fun!

Enter your homemade jam below!

Name *
Name
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Phone
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Music: Crimson & Clover
Aug
17
9:30 AM09:30

Music: Crimson & Clover

Crimson & Clover is composed of Malderine Birmingham, Katherine Rhee and Price Luber.  Formed in late 2016, their love of Celtic music and ability to play several types of instruments has brought them local success in their hometown of Hillsboro, Oregon.

 

They play a variety of styles from traditional Irish jigs, reels, ballads, and, of course, drinking songs.  Katherine plays the hammer dulcimer, fiddle, guitar and bodhran. Malderine sings, plays guitar and penny whistle. Price Luber plays the bodhran and percussion. Together they are Crimson & Clover.

 

https://www.facebook.com/crimsonandclovercelticmusic/

Written/Provided by Crimson & Clover

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Music: Americana +
Aug
24
9:30 AM09:30

Music: Americana +

“ AMERICANA + “  is led by Joel Parker.   He is joined by his wife Sharon, and friends Dan Haley (guitar & vocals),  Tim Acott (bass), and Price Luber (percussion).    They perform an eclectic mix of some of the best Folk, Country, Blues, and Jazz tunes ever written along with several original songs written by Sharon.

Joel started playing folk guitar at age nine.  When in High School, he led a folk trio that on 1st place in a city-wide talent competition in New York City.   Since then, he has played in a variety of Folk, Rock and Jazz bands.   During his travels, he has drummed with traditional drummers in Kenya and South Africa, played percussion with traditional musicians in India, and played guitar and flute with musicians in Java, Fiji, Hawaii, and Samoa.    His love of all styles of music is shared by the members of “ AMERICANA + “ and they all look forward to playing for you on August 24th. 

Future appearances of his “ AMERICANA + “ and “SynerJazz” groups can be found on his Facebook page.   

Written/Provided by Americana +

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Music: Half Grass'd
Sep
14
9:30 AM09:30

Music: Half Grass'd

Born from the ashes of an open bluegrass jam session. The same fellows kept showing up and sounding better and better each week, and folks started asking them what their "band name" was, and whether or not they were available for parties and such... so these old salty, grey-haired manipulators of strings and purveyors of ancient tunes banded together, picked a name out of the air, and called themselves Half-Grass'd! Our music is unique…imagine a combination of Merle Haggard and the Rolling Stones, with a banjo thrown in for good measure! Some folks call it “Hillbilly Rock & Roll”…and that kind of fits our style. Our music includes 4 part harmonies, is family friendly, and is enjoyed by young and old.

 

John Stocks – Guitar and vocals

David Chalupsky – Banjo and vocals

John Keys - Dobro

Scott Cronin – Bass, Guitar, and vocals

David Hopkins – Bass and vocals

Rose Darke – Fiddle and vocals

Stevan Rogers – Mandolin and vocals

Check out one of their videos here!

Written/Provided by Half Grass’d

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Celebrate Hillsboro
Jul
20
8:00 AM08:00

Celebrate Hillsboro

Celebrate Hillsboro brings the City together on the streets of Downtown Hillsboro to honor and celebrate our thriving community. Event village areas showcase a wide variety of interactive activities for the entire family.

Be entertained with live music, arts and crafts, free health screenings, eco-friendly activities, the Hillsboro Farmers’ Market, and community information booths that promote the Hillsboro 2035 Community Plan.

For more information and a schedule of Celebrate Hillsboro events, click here!

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Market Kitchen: WashCo WIC-Radish, Carrot, and Edamame Stir Fry
Jul
13
10:00 AM10:00

Market Kitchen: WashCo WIC-Radish, Carrot, and Edamame Stir Fry

Stop by Market Kitchen to try this veggie only stir-fry!

Washington County WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, health referrals and other services free of charge to Oregon families who qualify. WIC's goal is to help keep pregnant and breastfeeding women and children under age five healthy. We have three locations, all located close to public transportation, in Hillsboro, Beaverton and Tigard. The WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), established in 1992, provides additional coupons to WIC participants to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at participating farmers’ markets. The program has two goals: (1) to provide fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits and vegetables, from farmers’ markets to WIC participants who are at nutritional risk; and (2) to expand consumers’ awareness and use of farmers’ markets.

Written/Provided by Washington County WIC

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Music: The Jamblers
Jul
13
9:30 AM09:30

Music: The Jamblers

The Jamblers play a blend of acoustic-Americana style music that everyone can enjoy. Folk, rock, bluegrass, jazz, country, alt-indie, pop, Irish – and plenty of originals that are hard to classify, but all of which fit nicely into their overall harmony-driven stringband sound; and that sound fits especially well in a festive summer outdoor environment like the Hillsboro Farmers’ Market!  

 They’re veteran musicians who know quality and know how to entertain - and how to light up the atmosphere with lively,  thoughtful and fun music. Whether you’re looking for melons or melodies, grapes or guitars, rutabagas or rhythms, cabbages or congas, you’ll like what you hear as you shop and enjoy the midsummer sunshine.

  The band members – Gene, Katie, Sarah and Jeremy - each come from different but compatible musical backgrounds, which they jamble together, rehearse and polish, and play for you. Some folks call it “Variety”. They just call it “Music”, and they look forward to meeting you at the Market in July!

Written/Provided by The Jamblers

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Market Kitchen: Washington County WIC
Jun
22
10:00 AM10:00

Market Kitchen: Washington County WIC

This week Washington County WIC will be making a Strawberry Rhubarb Crunch!

Washington County WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, health referrals and other services free of charge to Oregon families who qualify. WIC's goal is to help keep pregnant and breastfeeding women and children under age five healthy. We have three locations, all located close to public transportation, in Hillsboro, Beaverton and Tigard. The WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), established in 1992, provides additional coupons to WIC participants to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at participating farmers’ markets. The program has two goals: (1) to provide fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits and vegetables, from farmers’ markets to WIC participants who are at nutritional risk; and (2) to expand consumers’ awareness and use of farmers’ markets.

Written/Provided by Washington County WIC

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Father's Day Giveaway
Jun
15
to Jun 16

Father's Day Giveaway

Join us to celebrate Father's Day on June 15 (Downtown Hillsboro) and June 16 (Orenco Station) by participating in our annual Father's Day Giveaway!

All DADS are eligible to enter to win one of our gift bags! Come by our information booth for your chance to win. We will be doing giveaways hourly throughout each day. DADS must be present to win.

All prizes are donated by our generous vendors!

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Market Kitchen: Girl Scouts-Planting Seeds
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

Market Kitchen: Girl Scouts-Planting Seeds

Troop #12589 consists of 11 1st graders from several schools in Hillsboro. We decided to dedicate 1/3 of our Girl Scout Cookie earnings to our service project which is teaching kids how to plant and grow their own fresh vegetables. An overwhelming majority of the girls chose food insecurity as the cause we wanted to put our effort and energy into. Along with this project we will also be volunteering and donating to the local food bank. We will be attending the farmers market and helping kids plant bush beans in a bucket they can take home along with a flier to help them grow, harvest, clean and eat the beans. The small buckets will make kids in any living situation able to grow their own beans as long as they have outdoor space, so it will work in an apartment as well as a big garden space. 

Written/Provided by Troop #12589

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Music: 5 Star Guitars All Star Band
Jun
8
9:30 AM09:30

Music: 5 Star Guitars All Star Band

The Five Star Guitars All-Star Band is a fun twist on the standard music recital. Students of all ages learn to play songs from many different genres, then perform with a full band featuring other students and instructors. Since most music is played in a group, we focus on preparing students to play with other musicians. An average show features 50 songs, 150 students, and 10 instructors. Instruments include guitar, bass, drums, piano, vocals, banjo, and saxophone.

Provided/Written by 5 Star Guitars All-Star Band

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Market Kitchen: Creole Cravings
Jun
1
10:00 AM10:00

Market Kitchen: Creole Cravings

Elsy Dinvil was born in Jeremie, Haiti. She started cooking at an early age at her mother's side. She loved playing with food, which led her to pursue trainings in the food industry. She graduated from Ecole Hôtelière d'Haiti, one of the most prestigious culinary schools in Haiti and later got a full scholarship to study Food Science Technology at Mount Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon. A six-year struggle with food allergies led her to a greater understanding of the mystery of food and its impact on the body. Her passion is to help orient people to eating fresh unprocessed food. Currently, she is focusing on developing her line of allergen-free Creole Me Up sauces and condiments. She holds various Haitian food pop ups during the year, cooks alongside renowned chefs in town, and teaches Haitian cooking classes around Portland, Oregon where she presently lives. 

To learn more about her, check out our blog and her website!

Written/Provided by Elsy Dinvil

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Market Kitchen: Bread Bake-Off
May
25
to May 26

Market Kitchen: Bread Bake-Off

Bring your famous homemade bread to share with and win the hearts of market-goers at our first annual Bread Bake-Off! Or put your taste buds to the test and try each bread entry and vote for your favorite!

The competition will take place:

Saturday, May 25th from 10 am-12 pm in Downtown Hillsboro

Sunday, May 26th from 11 am-1 pm at Orenco Station

Best of luck and have fun!

Enter your homemade bread below!

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
For allergy and description purposes


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