The Aloha Community Farmers’ Market Story & Mission:
We are community members, local farmers and business owners who believe access to local food and homemade products is important! Our market is managed by volunteers who want to help you support the Aloha community.
The Aloha Community Farmers’ Market (ACFM) opened in May of 2016 and began its second market season on May 4, 2017. This year, we are focused on growing the number of market vendors and continuing to provide options for affordable, locally grown food and homemade products, as well as serving as a site for community gathering — with weekly events, live music and Sprouts Club (kids’) activities!
The mission of the ACFM is to strengthen our local food system, economic vitality, and community identity. We do this by providing access to fresh, local food and artisan products sold directly from the farmers and producers themselves, and hosting culturally-focused events and activities. We aim to serve Aloha, Reedville, Cooper Mountain and beyond!
Please connect with us on social media (below), and if you have any questions or thoughts, touch base with us at email@example.com. Thanks!FacebookInstagram
Market Hours & Location:
The ACFM takes place every Thursday from 3-7 pm, and the 2017 season lasts from May 4-September 28.
We are located in the parking lot near the Aloha Community Library and behind the Bales Thriftway Market Place at SW Kinnaman & Farmington Roads. Our address is:
17675 SW Farmington Rd #509, Aloha, OR 97007
Check out our website for more information about vendors, events and Sprouts Club activities, and ways to volunteer or donate! Thanks for being a part of our local community market.
Aloha Community Farmers Market
ACFM Matches SNAP Benefits!
Help our market grow!
Here in unincorporated Aloha, we look out for each other. Our market serves as an access point for fresh, local food and homemade products straight from our community. You can be a part of improving fresh food access in our community by donating today! Your donation will be used to help match SNAP benefits and generally improve our market. Click here or on the “Support the ACFM” button below to visit our GoFundMe page.
Don’t have money to donate, but still want to help? Sign up to volunteer at the market (you can do that here)!