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Eugene Saturday Market, Eugene

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Each Saturday, Lane County’s favorite artisans, chefs and musicians bring their creations to Eugene Saturday Market, Eugene’s weekly open-air marketplace, creating a vibrant event that nurtures local commerce and community. Founded in May of 1970, this is Oregon’s original Saturday market, and the oldest weekly open-air crafts festival in the United States. Wander among the 200+ booths filled with fine handcrafts, always sold by the artisans themselves. Jewelers, potters, seamstresses, candle makers, glass workers and many more bring their arts to sell. The International Food Court features fifteen food booths serving a wide array of foods prepared fresh on site, including burritos, pad thai, pizza and cheesecake. The Market Stage showcases local and regional musicians playing everything from original folk to jazz, Celtic music to rock-and-roll all day long. Lane County Farmers’ Market is just across the street each Saturday. Two nearby parking structures provide plenty of free parking, and the area is fully wheelchair accessible. See Eugene Saturday Market and all Eugene has to offer by arranging your trip with our Eugene online trip maker.
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  • This is such a fun place to be. So many things to look at, buy, and eat! The food there is crazy good, and all of the booths are very fun. Love it, it's such a big part of Eugene. The Holiday Market.....  more »
  • This is a good-sized outdoor market. They have fruits, vegetables, pastries, upscale crafts, clothes, food to eat, some live music and much more. We just love to walk through the buzz of a...  more »
  • Always fun. Live music. A great place to find up and coming artists. Several very talented potters. Be sure to stop at the Spooning booth. Found a fabulous cheese cutting board reasonably priced.
  • I had the utmost fun. The experience was out of this world. You meet interesting people out there. Like the hippies they are very creative and there soaps are amazing I might say. I purchased a Lavender goat's milk soap and wow my skin feels so soft. And smells great too. If your ever in Oregon you must go to the flea market

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