Vendors + You = ACFM Success!
In addition to our loyal patrons, our vendors ensure the success of our weekly market. We have a variety of produce and product-based vendors that join us each Thursday, as well as craft vendors who join us every second Thursday of the month for ACFM’s Second Thursday Maker’s Market! We also welcome community groups and nonprofit organizations via the Aloha Business Association and Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce to educate patrons about all the good they’re doing for our local community. You can learn more about each of our vendors and what they offer by clicking on their names below.
If you have any questions about our vendors or would like to suggest a new vendor for the market, please contact us at email@example.com.
Are you interested in becoming a vendor yourself? Please visit the Vendor Portal page for more information.
Ah-Nuts! makes and sells gourmet glazed and roasted nuts at local farmers markets throughout Southern California, Oregon, Utah and online at ah-nuts.com. Come get free samples and packs to take home every Thursday at the market!
Aloha Business Association
The Aloha Business Association (ABA) supports local Aloha businesses and has a booth at ACFM each week that hosts ABA members including Crunch Fitness Aloha, HomePlate Youth Services, Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals, Curves/Jenny Craig Aloha, TV Highway Chiropractic and more! Come support these local Aloha businesses by visiting them at the market each Thursday, and check out the Aloha Business Association’s website for more information.
The Grate Plate
The Grate Plate is a kitchen tool used to grate garlic quickly and easily with a few strokes of the hand. The Grate Plate garlic grater makes grating garlic easier and safer than any other method. You can also use The Grate Plate for grating ginger, shallots, nutmeg, nuts, chocolate, hard cheeses, fruits and vegetables or to zest citrus! Come grab one for yourself at the market, and you can learn more on their website.
Howling Dog Jewelry
Vintage inspired, whimsical polymer clay jewelry made by local Beaverton artist Cindy Peterson. Check her out at the Second Thursday Maker’s Market every second Thursday of the month and online.
KC Designer Bags
KC Designer Bags is managed by Kathy Canvin, “a legally blind seamstress that loves to sew,” as her Facebook page says. Come see her awesome homemade bags at ACFM’s Second Thursday Maker’s Market, every second Thursday of the month!
Midnite Oils is a small, family owned business that started almost twenty years ago in 1998. They are located in Cornelius and are a family of talented artists, Dorie Horne, Bruce Horne, and Andy Bachmann. All of their products — mineral-based suncreens, oils, and more — are uniquely handcrafted in small batches and are produced by family members. Come visit Midnite Oils at the market each week, and check out their website for more information.
School to Work Student Booth
The School to Work Student Booth, managed by the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, helps students learn about their job options in Washington County. Come visit them at the market — and bring your work-ready kids to help them find a job in the local community!
Simply Dogalicious makes handmade treats, toys and garments for your four-legged family members! All products are made by hand, with a focus on simplicity. Come see Simply Dogalicious at the market each week, and visit their website for more information.
Steve's Boot Scoot'n Kettle Corn
Steve’s Boot Scoot’n Kettle Corn is indeed boot scootin’! They specialize in both savory and candy-coated kettle corn, with flavors ranging from white cheddar and parmesan garlic to caramel apple and pumpkin pie spice. Which one is your favorite? Stop by ACFM on Thursdays for a sample and to make your choice! In the meantime, check out their website to see all of the outrageous flavors they offer.
Sudee’s Creations specializes in making unique, personalized bathrobes for you and all your friends and family! Sue also makes blankets, memory quilts, pillows, dog beds, and more. Check out everything from Sudee’s Creations at the Second Thursday Maker’s Market every second Thursday of the month, and on their website.
Sun Gold Farm
Sun Gold Farm is a small, sustainable multi-generational family farm located in the beautiful, fertile Tualatin Valley near Forest Grove. Sun Gold produces pesticide- and GMO-free vegetables, fruits, planters, herbs, beans, popcorn, flowers, and more. Visit them at the market each week, and check out their website for more information about their crops and CSAs.
Sweet Treats by George
What used to be expected only by friends and family as holiday treats has grown into a year round business from George’s candy kitchen in Forest Grove! George, a farmer and carpenter by trade, has always had a love for cooking, baking and creating new things in the kitchen. George’s candy making all began when his aunt gave him her own special peanut brittle recipe. His aunt felt no other recipe came close to its delicious flavor and light airy texture! George, has perfected this recipe and turns out countless batches each year and continues to test and create new varieties as well as adding other lines of candy for various holidays. Come try some for yourself at the market, and visit his website for more information.
The Lavender Shop
The Lavender Shop makes a unique variety of lavender related gifts, from relaxing teas to smoothing salt scrubs, they’ve got you covered! Come see them at the market each week, and visit their website for more information.
The Pie Guy
The Pie Guy, from North Plains, sells delicious homemade pies in all sorts of flavors, from marionberry, to razzleberry, to blueberry-peach, and more! Get a free sample and purchase a pie to take home from the market every Thursday, and learn more about their sweet desserts on Facebook.
Unger Farms is a family-owned and -operated berry farm from Cornelius, Oregon bringing fresh, quality berries to our market each week. Check out their delicious, in-season berries at the market each week, and learn more about the farm on their website.