Not only is this saw, designed by Roger, not in need of an electrical outlet but it makes cuts that high-end woodworker envy! Great work, Roger!
Robert Jacobs introduces us to the FARTS! Thank you FARTS and thank you to the Elders who got the Fair Area Rapid Transit System set up for the Fair Family!
Daphne Singingtree has been coming to the Fair since 1973. Hear how Daphne got started in herbal medicine and developed her impressive collection of hand-made medicinal herbs. Looking for a great all-natural anti-mosquito formula? You can find that and over 150 other products at her booth #44 near Gypsy Caravan Stage. During the rest of the year you can find …
It’s true, Otis! There’s no place we’d rather be!
These five minutes of path-side banter and music brought to you by Morgen and Bob. Thanks, guys!!
Preech it, Laurel! Make Love Stay!!!
OCFDiscussList manager, Jefry, shares some of his art near the Youth Stage (please pardon the poor audio)!
Deborah tells us about her family’s booth and we get to learn about her beautiful wind chimes! Her website is http://obsidianwindchimes.com/
Don’t be a super hero. Be your own best self! Lessons learned from the Queen of Horns.
Main Stage bubble-making by Captain Bubbles!
Baby Gramps shares a riddle and makes our ears squint in the process!
Alexis isn’t your typical Fair-goer. He’s been coming to the Fair for years as a dedicated volunteer on Pre-Post crew, but he doesn’t go into the Fair in full swing to see shows or parades. What do you think keeps him coming?
From the WACAI website: West African Cultural Arts Institute (WACAI) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cultural arts organization co-founded by Alseny Yansane and Andrea DiPalma Yansane that focuses on educational programs through the cultural arts of West Africa and charitable programs in Guinea, West Africa. Our mission is to share the joy and passion of West African culture through vibrant educational …
Braxton Nagle is an artist who has been working with wood & mixed media for over 20 years. These cigar box guitars are a very accessible instrument for aspiring musicians as well as the instrument on which many Blues Masters learned their craft for over 150 years. Cigar box guitars have been enjoying a huge revival recently and BraxTone Guitars …
Cathy Coulson-Keegan shares with us the advantages of the aging artist. 2017 marks her booth’s 30th year at the Oregon Country Fair. Be sure to stop by her booth this year to congratulate her. In Eugene, she can be found at the Saturday Market. Her Etsy store can be found at https://www.etsy.com/shop/earthsteps.
The Cooperative Organic Food Booth in the Community Village focuses on providing afforable organic food to folks. And it’s sooooo yummy!
Julie has a store in Portland that you should visit! https://www.localdiscoveries.net
From lemonade to the sweetness of a new baby. Jan tells us what’s new in her world. https://www.midwiferytoday.com/
Looking for the bathroom? Gina and Marcy are part of the Info Booth crew and they describe the varied and important role this crew plays in the smooth running of the Fair. Much more than pointing visitors to the exits and restrooms.