Lake Oswego Farmers Market Opens May 20 With 15 New Vendors

Luckily for us, Jamie Inglis, Lake Oswego’s Farmers Market Manager, has a hard time saying no. So instead of seeing the usual five new vendors at this year’s market (which opens May 20) you’ll see 15. Inglis blames it on the strong applicant pool, but I like to think that she knows how to mix it up to make a good thing even better. Some vendors will participate in just a handful of dates so look for new additions each week. Here are some of the newbies to watch out for:

  • Block and Board. This local, natural butcher shop offers sausage, bacon, meats, beef jerky, charcuterie, deli meats and more. Watch for them each week.
  • Bull Run Distillery. Enjoy handcrafted spirits including whiskey, bourbon and vodka. Participating May 27, June 3, July 8, August 5, September 9 and October 7.
  • Chehalem Ridge. If you associate salsa with tomatoes, think again. Chehalem Ridge offers 100% all natural fruit salsas incorporating the flavors of pineapple, mango, blueberry, strawberry, rhubarb and more into their award winning sauces. Participating May 20, June 10, June 24, July 8, July 15, July 22, August 12, August 19, August 26, September 9, September 16, and September 23.
  • Earth House Juice Company. Get your daily servings of fruits and vegetables in a bottle. Each cold pressed juice bottle from Earth House contains almost two pounds of produce—getting your greens couldn’t be easier! Participating weekly.
  • La Camel. Satisfy your craving for authentic Spanish paella made with saffron, vegetables and meats. Participating weekly.
  • Monte Ferro Winery. This craft winery (produces less than 500 cases a year) specializes in pinot noirs and chardonnays. And talk about staying local—the owners are long-time Lake Oswego residents. Participating every other week.
  • Montiel’s Cocina. Try a new tamale flavor each week because Montiel’s will be there. Choose from chicken, pork, spinach and cheese, jalapeno and cheese and more.
  • Mt. Hope Farms. Straight from Molalla come these handcrafted small batch preserves, fruit spreads and syrups. Participating May 27, June 17, September 16 and October 14.
  • NOLA Doughnuts. Now Farmers Marketers don’t have to cross State Street to visit NOLA’s. Our local doughnut masters will be weekly participants at the Market. All NOLA’s doughnuts feature their signature La’ssant dough which is three days in the making. The exception is the New Orleans style beignet, that comes to you soft and warm as it’s made-to-order.
  • N.W. Saltz. Take your cooking up a notch with these artisanal flavor infused salts and seasoning blends—think Vintage Merlot or Toasted Onion. Participating May 20, July 22, August 19, September 9, September 30 and October 14.
  • Odyssey Hill Farm. Want more omega-3 fatty acids and less cholesterol with your eggs? Studies suggest that organic pastured brown eggs like those offered by Odyssey Hill Farm deliver just that. Participating weekly.
  • Red Duck Foods. Step up your outdoor barbecue game this summer with unique twists on familiar favorites, including four flavors of ketchup, three ways with BBQ sauce and a cocktail sauce. Participating every other week.
  • Romero’s Salsa. Try this all-natural family-recipe salsa filled with tomatoes and peppers that fans describe as “the best salsa we have ever tasted,” and “fresh and natural.” Participating weekly.
  • Scholls Valley Nursery.  Enhance your garden by tapping into the expertise and product line of this family owned and operated nursery specializing in locally-adapted native plants of the Northern Willamette Valley such as Oregon grape, snowberry, lupines, conifers, and more. Participating every other week.
  • The Mushroomery. Sautéed, raw, stuffed, grilled…there are so many ways to enjoy mushrooms and so many mushrooms to enjoy. Learn more by visiting these vendors who have a passion for all things mushroom. Participating weekly.
  • Vintage and Cream. The baker-in-residence here claims to have found “the secret to making gluten free desserts that satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.” Definitely worth checking out her offerings of breakfast, savory and dessert pastries as well as sweet treats. Participating weekly.
  • Wraps by Souper Natural.  Market favorite, Heidi Liebowitz of Souper Natural is expanding her culinary talents into our hot foot offerings with artisan wraps, breakfast sandwiches and tomato basil soups. Participating May 27, June 3, June 10, July 8, July 15, July 29, August 5, August 19, September 9, September 16, September 23, September 30, October 7 and October 14.

Market hours are 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with weekly entertainment from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Popular offerings like the Kids’ Corner and Farm Fresh Kids continue this year. Check out my previous blog posts for more information.

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5 Surprising Ways the Lake Run Helps You Cross the Finish Line

Running a race is part mental prep, part physical, but no matter how much you prepare, each race has its own personality and quirks that can either make it easier or harder for you to get the job done. The Lake Run, on Saturday, May 13, is set up to make your race a win/win situation no matter what time you cross that finish line.

  1. The scenery will distract you. Yup, sometimes the best workouts are the ones that sneak up on you—you know, you’re having so much fun you don’t even realize you’re breaking out in a sweat? Well, you may realize you are huffing and puffing your way up to the South Shore peak, but with views of Oswego Lake and tree-lined streets to distract you, I imagine you won’t mind as much.
  1. There is strength in numbers. Even Lake Run organizers will admit the 10K course is one that “everyone loves to hate.” With its hilly terrain, you won’t be alone as you vent, “Aren’t we done yet?!” as you inch up the nuisance climb from Oswego Hunt Club to the Berwick turn.
  1. Bragging rights are earned. Okay, so it may not have the 3,500 foot elevation change (more like 300) of the Newbury Park California 10K, but anyone who has ever participated in the Lake Run will assure you that finishers here earn bragging rights too after surviving the McVey Hill climb that keeps on going until the course peaks along South Shore at 455 feet (that’s from a start at 150 feet).
  1. It’s the day before Mother’s Day. What mom wouldn’t love to either have her family join her in either the 5K Run/Walk or 10K, cheer her on along the course, have family members run the race in her honor, or watch her little ones barrel down to the finish in the Kid’s Dash? No matter her level of fitness, there is something at the Lake Run that could bring a smile to the face of the mom in your life.
  1. It’s family-friendly. Speaking of moms, the event is set up to be kid-friendly too. Besides the Kid’s Dash, there is a Family Fun Festival complete with a giant slide, face-painting and crafts for the kids. Plenty of vendor booths too to checkout and maybe get a Mother’s Day gift if you haven’t already.

Registration is open online. Fees are: $40/10K; $30/5K; $15/Kid’s Dash. The 10K and 5K fees increase by $5 after April 30. T-shirts are guaranteed for reservations received by April 30.  For more details, check the Lake Oswego Women’s Club website.

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4 Ways to Plan Ahead to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Lake Oswego

Obviously Moms are underpaid. Even when you try to put a value on what they do as Insure.com does every year, they come out short. Broken down into tasks like childcare ($22,360/year), driving ($6,844.50), helping with homework ($8,170), and cooking ($7,280), their “worth” was only estimated to be $65,284 in 2016. So Mother’s Day is your chance to try to set the record straight. Here are a few suggestions for how to do that here in Lake Oswego.

  1. Make her a gift. Luscher Farm is offering two workshops just in time for Mother’s Day gifting. The first, on Saturday April 29 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. teaches you how to make your own salt scrubs, lip balm and massage oils using garden herbs. Put the samples together in a basket and voila! Cost is $30 for residents/$45 for non-residents. Register for Class 15472. You can learn how to make a beautiful hanging basket like those that adorn the streets of Lake Oswego in the summer on Saturday, May 6 from either 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. Cost includes all materials: $40/resident;$60/non-resident. Register for Class 14720 (Ages 16+)

Nic&Fig’s is offering a Mother’s Day Bunting Banner Workshop for ages 8+ on Thursday, May 11 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Cost is $48. Children in grades three and up can learn how to make a Light-up Mother’s Day card or drawing with paper circuits on Friday, May 12 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Cost is $46. Register online.

  1. Take her to tea. Lady Di’s British Shop has two seatings for tea on Mother’s Day: 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The menu includes tea sandwiches, warm savories, sweets and of course, tea. Cost is $32/person with an 18% gratuity. Call for a reservation: 503.635.7298. 430 2nd Street.
  1. Take her to brunch. If you decide to take Mom out to eat for Mother’s Day, you won’t be alone. Over 55% of Americans did so last year. And chances are you won’t be alone here in Lake Oswego as the morning meal is a popular excuse for residents to leave the cooking to someone else. Check out a recent post I wrote on popular breakfast spots in town. In addition, the Tavern on Kruse is planning a Mother’s Day brunch as well but didn’t have the details worked out yet. Check their website. 4835 Meadows Road, #133, 503.303.5280.
  1. Treat her to live theatre. Brought to the Lakewood Center stage by popular audience request, Godspell will be playing on Mother’s Day at 7:00 p.m. With songs like “Day by Day,” and “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord,” it’s sure to end your mom’s day on a good note. Tickets are $37 for Adults, $35 for Seniors 65 and older and $20 for Students 25 and under. 368 S. State Street, 503.635.3901. https://www.lakewood-center.org/pages/lakewood-plays-season-2016-17

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Lake Oswego’s CSA Shares Program Brings Locally Grown Food to Lake Oswegans’ Tables

Lake Oswego locavores have many choices to support their desire to eat locally grown or produced food. They can register for a Community Garden plot determined by a lottery at the end of each year. They can shop at our popular Farmer’s Market that runs from mid-May through October. Or they can buy shares in the Community Supported Agriculture program.

The City of Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department has partnered with 47th Avenue Farms in Portland to give residents an opportunity to enjoy the farm’s bounty all year long. Here’s how it works.

  1. Members pay in advance for their share of the season’s harvest. This enables the farmer to have the money upfront when it’s needed. The farm utilizes organic, sustainable practices and even tills the soil with draft horses when possible.
  2. There are two levels of participation: A half share for the summer seasons is considered sufficient for smaller families and couples ($555/Resident which comes to $3.30/day; $638/Non-Resident); Full shares provide produce for a family of four for a week ($999/Resident at a cost of $5.95/day; $1149/Non-Resident).
  3. Shareholders pick up their week’s bounty of vegetables and herbs every Thursday evening at Luscher Farm between 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the dairy barn beginning May 18 through October 26. There is opportunity for sampling and socializing.
  4. Selections follow the growing season so in the spring you’ll find offerings like herbs, fava beans and salad ingredients followed by sweet corn, basil and heirloom tomatoes in the summer and finishing off with toscano kale, fingerling potatoes and Japanese kabocha squash in the fall. Member access to CookWithWhatYouHave.com provides participants with recipes featuring that week’s bounty.
  5. The program is so popular that 47th Avenue has expanded the number of share offerings this year.
  6. An estimated 70% of each year’s shareholders return the following year. Here are some reasons why:

We love the experience of being at the farm, the kids weigh/pick our produce, friendly hellos and thank you and see ya next times with farmers. My kids ate 90% of the carrots by the time we got home.”

Convenience is important to me — so the farm is well-located. I like the diversity of options and access to the recipe website. The price is right — I can spend the same or more at Safeway/New Seasons and not get nearly the amount or quality. Most of all, it has helped us eat really healthy — frankly, we feel good about the food we’re eating.”

I love it, it encourages me to eat more vegetables than I would without the farm share.”

 

This was my first CSA experience and it was fun to get different vegetables that I wouldn’t normally select for myself, and figure out what to do with them.”

You can find out more about the CSA program by attending the next “Meet the Farmer” event on Thursday, April 27 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Luscher Farm, 125 Rosemont Road. It will be held during the last winter share pick-up so you can see the program in action and meet the farmer who is bringing the food to your table. For details, contact Luscher Farm 503.534.5284.

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Make a Date for Entertainment This Weekend and Next in Lake Oswego

Lake Oswegans don’t have to travel far the next two weekends to enjoy a night of top-notch, high energy entertainment. Both high schools’ show choirs will be staging their annual variety shows. Here’s a sneak preview:

This year’s Lake Oswego Windjammers Variety Show is offering a 2-for-1 deal: entertainment for folks who like music and movies. With the theme, “A Night at the Movies,” the high school’s performance choir is showcasing some of your favorite tunes from your favorite films. Keep an eye out for these highlights.

  1. An arrangement of Straight No Chaser’s comical movie medley that weaves together music from such a disparate lineup as James Bond, ET, Forrest Gump, Star Wars, Titanic, Indiana Jones and Rocky.
  1. A tribute to Prince. The show will take place almost one year since the music icon died so it seems fitting that the cast will pay their respects with a powerful rendition of “Purple Rain.”
  1. Small group numbers will also draw from the big screen and highlight such favorites as “I Wanna Be Like You” from The Jungle Book, and “Into the West” from Lord of the Rings.
  1. Junior Windjammers, from grades K-5, are always a crowd favorite and they return this year singing and dancing to “Hakuna Matata” at the Saturday, April 15 performance. New this year will be a performance by Encore, an auditioned show choir at Lake Oswego Junior High School. They too will be singing “Hakuna Matata” when they join Windjammers on Friday, April 14.

The show runs Thursday, April 13 through Saturday, April 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lake Oswego High School Auditorium, 2501 Country Club Road. Tickets are $10/Adults; $8/Seniors, students, children.

Lakeridge’s Company invites you to “Stay Tuned” for a night of settling in and enjoying the show. All that will be missing is the popcorn. Here are some things to watch for.

  1. A fun twist on the Smash Mouth song “All Star” based on the No Reply cover.
  1. A silly version of the Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way.”
  1. Accompaniment by the Lakeridge Stage Band including a feature of their own, The Buddy Rich arrangement of “Norwegian Wood.”
  1. The song a book has been written about: The Holy or the Broken: Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley, and the Unlikely Ascent of “Hallelujah.” You’ll find it hard to imagine that this song languished in obscurity for years before becoming popularized on American Idol, Shrek, and the O.C. Singer/songwriter Cohen died in 2016 but Company does him justice.

Company’s performances are Thursday through Saturday, April 20-22, at 7:30 p.m. as well as a Saturday matinee at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $12/Adults; $8/Students and Seniors for the 7:30 performance and $5 for the matinee.

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6 Signs that Spring Has Sprung in Lake Oswego Oregon

Spring has sprung in Lake Oswego, and I’m not just talking about my camellias. After one of the wettest winters I can remember, it’s nice to see that things are changing and spring is in the air. Here’s proof.

  1. The days are getting longer. On April 1st, sunrise was at 6:45 a.m. and sunset at 7:40 p.m., giving us 12 hours and 51 minutes of daylight. By the month’s end, that will increase another hour and 27 minutes and will still be one hour and 27 minutes short of our longest day of the year: June 23 clocking in at 15 hours and 40 minutes.
  1. Arbor Week activities are planned for the first week in April. Events include a Barnyard Tales and Heritage Tree Walk at Luscher Farm on April 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. , 125 Rosemont Road, (register for #14705), a Heritage Tree Celebration on Friday, April 7 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at Oswego Pioneer Cemetery, 17401 Stafford Road, and a Trees of Lake Oswego themed art contest for grades 1-12. For details contact the Planning Department at 503.635.0290.
  1. The Hop at the Hunt is right around the corner on Saturday, April 15 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This popular event held at the historic equestrian facility features “Hop” the Bunny, “Otis” the pony, the Lake Oswego Fire Truck, police cruiser, pony rides and a treasure hunt for kids in search of 15,000 stuffed eggs. The event is free and while it starts at 11:00, it’s recommended to get there early to find parking. Better yet, try carpooling, walking or riding your bike. 2775 Iron Mountain Boulevard, 503.636.0674.
  1. Campfire evenings at Luscher Farm have started up again. The first one is scheduled for Friday, April 21 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Bring a picnic and explore different family-friendly activities including planting and s’mores. Register online for Class #14706 (April 21) and #14719 (May 19). Cost is $10/resident; $15/non-resident. Check out the list of gardening classes being offered in April as well including one on Raised Beds and Garden Structures (April 15) and the popular Lake Oswego Hanging Baskets (May 6). 125 Rosemont Road, 503. 534.5284.
  1. Balloting is open to determine which of this year’s rotating outdoor sculptures will become part of the city’s permanent art collection. Vote for your pick as the 2017 People’s Choice winner. Deadline is April 28. The Arts Council of Lake Oswego will also be hosting “Beaver Tales,” a month-long exhibit of beaver themed art in honor of Oregon’s state animal. Things kick off with a First Friday opening reception on International Beaver Day, Friday, April 7 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 510 Museum and ARTspace, 520 1st Street, 503.675.3738.
  1. Residents can be seen heading up McVey or climbing up South Shore in preparation for the 41st annual Lake Run set for May 13. This popular 5K and 10K event is sponsored by the Lake Oswego Women’s Club and benefits local charities. Entrants who register by April 30 are guaranteed a t-shirt

The Spring housing market is also heating up so if you want to test the waters to see if now is the right time for you to buy or sell, give me a call at 503.939.9801 and/or check out my website. I’d love to put my 25 plus years of experience as a Realtor in Lake Oswego to work for you.

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5 Ideas for Enjoying Spring Break at Home in Lake Oswego

Load everybody up for a french fry expedition, in search of your favorite right here in Lake Oswego.

Being home in Lake Oswego for Spring Break gives you the perfect opportunity to play tourist in your own backyard. Try some things you never get around to doing with your family. Here are some ideas.

  1. THE SEARCH FOR THE BEST FRENCH FRY. You don’t have to leave town to mount your own taste and compare french fries expedition. Make up a chart with the criteria you consider most important like crispiness, presentation, taste, creativity. Then head out stopping at local restaurants like these:

Lake Theater & Café. You could conduct your whole experiment right here with their four offerings including their House fries (sea salt and rosemary), Truffle fries (with truffle salt, rosemary, Parmesan), Dirty fries (crispy soppressatta, prosciutto, Walla Walla onions, parmesan and aioli) and the Cracklin’ fries (fried chicken skin, Novak cheddar, rosemary and chicken gravy). Time your visit with one of their movie showings and enjoy your food while watching the film. 106 N. State Street, 503.387.3236.

Next Level Burger. After the movie, just walk across the street to the 365 by Whole Foods Market and check out the offerings at Next Level Burger located inside. This 100% plant based burger joint offers the standard crinkle fries and sweet potato fries as well as what they call, “Fries with style” such as the Special (grilled onions, melted NL-Cheese and special sauce), Chili Chz (3 bean chili, melted NL-Cheese and red onion), Spicy (chopped black bean patty, melted NL-Cheese, jalapenos and a creamy horseradish sauce), and Bleu BBQ (smokey tempeh bacon, melted NL-Cheese, creamy blue cheese and BBQ sauce). 11 S. State Street, 503.272.8768.

WOW! Burger. Known for the “build your own burger” concept, WOW! also offers an interesting twist on the potato in question—signature Parmesan basil fries and tots. 4823 Meadows Road, 503.303.7099.

Burgerville. If you’re a shoestring fan, then check out Burgerville’s seasonal offering: shoestring fries with rosemary sea salt. 15650 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road, 503.684.8142.

Applebee’s. All french fries are not created equal when you start dipping them in these sauces: sriracha chile lime, BBQ bacon ranch, and maple-flavored cream cheese sauce. 6325 Meadows Road, 503.968.8040.

Giant Burger. This iconic burger joint has its fair share of french fry fans too who frequent its Cajun fries as well as the Curly Cheese. 15840 Boones Ferry Road, 503.636.0255.

Tavern on Kruse. Garlic rosemary fries are featured on their appetizer menu. 4835 Meadows Road, #133. 503.303.5280.

  1. WHING GOLF. The Lake Oswego Municipal Golf Course is giving a whole new meaning to “winging it.” As the golf world continues to improvise new ways to bring folks to the greens, our local golf course follows suit. Now in addition to Foot Golf, the course is opening its greens to players who want to “Whing” it. Forget the set of clubs. All you need to play is a “whinger” (which resembles a ball launcher pet owners use to throw a ball for their dogs to fetch), a putter and a golf ball. The whinger is used to throw the ball down the fairway. Once you approach the green, you can choose to use the whinger or toss the ball with your hand. Once on the green, you putt the ball as usual. Unlike Foot Golf, you can play Whing Golf any time the course is open. The fee for 9 holes is $10/Adult; $7/Junior and for 18, $15/Adult; $10/Junior. 17525 SW Stafford Rd., 503.636.8228.
  1. EXPOSE YOUR KIDS TO THE CREATIVE PROCESS. The Arts Counil of Lake Oswego is bringing accomplished artist, George D. Green to Lake Oswego for a hands-on opportunity for young adults and children to “create visual energy with amazing doodles.” Participants will get a chance to see what artists do, how the creative process works and experience that firsthand. Wednesday, March 29 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for 8-12 year olds and 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. for 13-18 year olds. Cost is $15/person. Register online as space is limited. 510 Museum and ARTspace, 510 1st Street, 503.675.3738.
  1. CHECK OUT A CULTURAL PASS FROM THE LIBRARY. As long as you have a library card, you can check out a cultural pass that provides you with free or discounted admission to these local venues: World of Speed Museum, Gilbert House Children’s Museum, End of the Oregon Train Interpretive Center, Portland Art Museum, Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland Japanese Garden, Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, Pittock Mansion and the Evergreen Aviation Museum. Passes must be checked out and returned on the same day. Call to reserve: 503.636.7628. 706 Fourth Street.
  1. WOODEN SHOE TULIP FESTIVAL. Time for a road trip—but one that’s short enough you’ll all still be speaking to each other when you get there! The Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm is a 30 minute drive from Lake Oswego and will be kick off its annual Tulip Festival just in time for Spring Break. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and activities include strolling through 40 acres of colorful tulips, catching a ride on the cow train, hay rides, wine tasting, wooden shoe making demonstrations, craft market, pony rides and kid activities. Pack a lunch and picnic while you’re there or purchase food onsite. Weekday and weekend schedules vary so check the website before you go and also to get a real-time field report to ensure you hit the tulips when the colors are popping. 33814 S. Meridian Rd., Woodburn. 503.634.2243.

I’ll be around during Spring Break so if you want to check out homes for sale or are thinking of selling your home, give me a call at 503.939.9801. I’d love to meet with you.

 

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