DCCFW in partnership  with Adelante Mujeres/Forest Grove Farmers Market is seeking a location for the Winter Markets in 2015

We are currently seeking leads for a location in the Forest Grove  area to hold the 2015 Winter Market . 

The following requested location  items include the following: 

 Low-cost rent, to no rent for 4 Sundays in Nov. and Dec.Space for 35 vendors/booths at 10×10 spaces, plus seating and music area (4,000 – 5,000 square ft??? I don’t know how to figure that out in sq ft?)

Space for 2-3 hot food vendors to be placed outside in parking area.

Access to lights & electricity (heat would be a bonus).

Access to restrooms and/or space for 2 port-a-porties

Ample Parking

Visibility – close to downtown core and/or main traffic ways in Forest Grove

Added bonus would be to store tables, chairs, and other equipment between events, but we could haul things back and forth as well.

Ability to hang banners on outside of building for promotions.

Ability to access building before hand for set-up and clean-up.

Would need to access building space from 9:00AM to 7:00PM each of the event days (Nov. 8, Nov. 22, Dec.6, Dec. 20)

If you have any leads please contact Robin Lindsley at : lindsley@frontier.com

Or leave a message on the DCCFW phone : 971-713-5679

DCCFW Third Thursday Film , August 20 th at 7:30 pm

Dairy Creek Community Food Web will be screening Jeremy Irons in “TRASHED – If You Think Waste is Someone Else’s Problem…Think Again” on Third Thursday August 20 at 7:30 pm at the Forest Grove Grange, 1917 B Street. The film stars Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons in a global trip showing both the beautiful and the horrific results of human carelessness with our waste. Moving from human indifference to examples of successful intervention strategies, you will not look at those plastic water bottles in the same way after viewing our August offering. Stay for post-film discussion and your second cup of popcorn. Free film, free popcorn and fine conversation! PS., IT IS NOT TRUE THAT WE ARE RECYCLING OUR POPCORN! Just the cups. 

Children’s Garden Construction at Rose Grove Mobile Home Community Park

A beautiful community collaboration of several local organizations coming together to create a Children’s Garden.  Organizations and businesses supported this effort: Earth Club at Forest Grove (FG) High School, FG Kiwanis,owners and manager of Rose Grove Mobile Home Court,FG Community Garden,Dairy Creek Community a Food Web,Subcommittee of FG Sustainability Commission, ProBuild Lumbar, Ace Hardware,Recology and volunteers from Rose Grove community. For more information contact Edgar Sanchez at dccfweb@gmail.com 



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