Erin Hanson Gallery

The Erin Hanson Gallery and studio, located at 1805 NE Colvin Street, is the latest addition to McMinnville’s thriving arts scene.

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Many folks walk through a corridor of market tents.

Shop the Downtown McMinnville Farmers Market like a local

You’ll be hard pressed to find a more magical place on a Thursday afternoon in McMinnville than our local downtown farmers market. A pillar of our Thursdays for over 20 years, it’s so much more than a place to stop for produce. Whether you are staying in a vacation rental for the weekend and plan on cooking your meals in, are planning a picnic for your biking adventure, or are just wanting a few snacks or local gifts to take back home, The McMinnville Downtown Farmers Market is a MUST stop on your next visit.

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Left By West Opens in McMinnville’s Historic Downtown District

As McMinnville’s downtown district springs back to life, there’s a new shop on the block you’ll want to add to your must-visit list.

Left by West, created by Zach and Meg Hixon, offers a relaxing, personalized space and shopping experience, that showcases items carefully curated with the intention to connect customers to the items they’re buying.

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What to expect at this summer’s McMinnville Dine Out(Side)

McMinnville’s Dine Out(Side) program was born out of necessity in 2020, as pandemic restrictions on indoor capacity prompted many restaurants to offer outdoor seating during weekends on a street closed to vehicular traffic. And come Memorial Day Weekend, the food moves out into the street again for the summer.

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A wicker basket is full with gift items such as sourdough crackers and hummus from Collab Kitchen, Flag & Wire Coffee, Durant Olive Oil, Eola Crest Cattle Jerky, Bernards Farm Fire Roasted Hazelnuts, Free Wild She Grapefruit Bitters, Suzy's Chocolates, and Alchemist's Jam.

Made in McMinnville: Bring home all the goodies this weekend

McMinnville is a beloved destination for Pinot noir and other wines, but there are so many delicious things grown and produced here to eat as well. These local foods are the things we buy to treat ourselves, to stock our pantries, and to gift loved ones who live out of town. If you’re visiting from a drive away, hit up the farmers market for some fresh souvenirs. Flying home? Pack these in your suitcase.

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