K103 Things To Do This Weekend (April 29-May 1)

The Portland Farmers Market’s five locations throughout the city are welcoming 36 new vendors in the 2022 spring season. The PSU Farmers Market location is open year-round, but the four other locations open in the spring, including the King market in Northeast Portland and the Shemanski Park location, both opening the first week of May, and the Kenton market in North Portland and the Lents International market in Southeast Portland, opening in June. See the list of vendors.

If you're in SW Washington check out the crispy fresh produce and fun of Vancouver Farmers Market.

Wine Tasting sound good? Always!

How about Beer Tasting? The Nano Beer Fest is Johns Market in Multnomah Village.

Clean out your medicine cabinet! The DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is this Saturday. The drugs will be destroyed in a way that's environmentally safe. They say it's not good to flush them or throw them in the garbage. You can find a collection site near you at DEA.Gov/Takebackday.

The Clark County Fair has announced their 2022 concert series and Daughtry is coming on August 5th, and Martina McBride on August 7th. Tickets are on sale for $25-$35 and include Fair Admission. Or you can get in on the presale now with the keyword WorthTheWait (all one word, no spaces)

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