About the Market
A tradition in Hillsboro for 35 years, the Downtown Hillsboro Saturday Farmers’ Market is a seasonal open-air market featuring fresh local agricultural food and garden products, culinary arts and crafts, live music and educational information.
One of the longest running farmers markets in the Northwest, the Hillsboro Saturday Farmers’ Market was established in 1981 and has become a traditional community gathering place as well as a favorite venue for obtaining fresh, local products. The market hosts 100+ vendors and 8 thousand shoppers weekly.
Check out who is at the next market and what they will have. View our list and map of vendors here.
Location & Hours
Dates: Saturdays, April 29th – October 28th
Hours: 8 am – 1:30 pm
Location: The Hillsboro Saturday Farmers’ Market is located on Main Street between 1st and 3rd Avenue, one block northwest of the 3rd Avenue MAX station.
The Hillsboro Saturday Farmers’ Market hosts weekly events and entertainment, including live music. Click here for the entertainment schedule.
SNAP and WIC customers are all invited to the market. HFM is continuing its highly successfully SNAP/ Oregon Trail Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) market money options for our customers. Shoppers can use their debit or Oregon Trail card at the HFM information booth in exchange for market money (wooden tokens) at the HFM information booth. WIC customers can use their vouchers directly with vendors that are authorized to accept these vouchers. Look for the blue WIC Accepted signs posted in vendor stalls, or ask about WIC approved vendors at the info booth if you are looking to use your WIC voucher at our markets.
Check out our Sponsors page for the local businesses who support our markets.