Celebrating the Sweet Taste of Oregon Berries!

Ecotrust parking lot filled with vendors

Ecotrust parking lot filled with vendors

Eat Your Berries!

The Ecotrust Event Space hosts the 3rd Annual Oregon Berry Festival
July 12-13, 2013

Featuring more than 40 different booths with first of Oregon’s bountiful berry harvest for 2013.

Portland, OR — From Marionberries to Ollalie berries to the freshest blueberries and strawberries available, the Oregon Berry Festival showcases what makes summer sublime in Oregon. A sunny July day, a chance to sample both fresh berries and a wide variety of berry products right in downtown Portland at the edge of the Pearl district is what’s in store for you when you visit one of the best summer festival in the west.

Admission is free to the festival located at the Ecotrust, 10th & Johnson in Portland. Hours will be from noon to 6:00 PM on Friday, July 12th and 11 AM to 4:30 PM on Saturday, July 13th.

There is no better way to spend a day with family and friends. The Oregon Berry Festival has something for all ages. A children’s booth with activities and take home crafts, a main stage with cooking demos featuring berries, of course, and booths filled with fresh berries, berry candies, berry wine, berry cupcakes, berry vinegars and berry varieties and products you have only dreamt about!

If your foodie soul is hungering for a more sophisticated take on berries the Gala Berry Dinner, prepared by Portland’s award winning Chef Vitaly Paley will be held Friday night, July 12th at Hotel Lucia.

If you are busy that night don’t despair July has been designated Oregon Berry Festival Restaurant Month, with berry centric menu items offered at local restaurants across the Metro area.

Check out the list of participating restaurants on the festival website

Don’t miss the opportunity to eat, play and learn about Oregon’s favorite summer treat at the 2013 Oregon Berry Festival.

For more information contact Cat McKenzie at 541-­456-­2264 or use this secure form:

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