The West Coast’s Largest Mushroom Exhibit – Live Music – Hay Ride- Scarecrow Contest – Apple Pressing – Kids’ Activities – Great Food & Wine – Arts, Crafts, & Books – Free Parking & Shuttle
Suggested Donation: $8 per person, children under 12 free. NO DOGS
You can donate now! Pre-paying your donation gets you through the festival gates faster
and lets you support the Arboretum right away. You can learn more here.
What’s Happening at the Mushroom Festival
Monroe Street– 10AM
Hungry Horse- 12PM
The Slow Ponies– 1PM
Acoustic Etoufee– 2PM
Alder Street– 3PM
Satori Bob– 4PM
11 – 11:45 “Savory Wild Mushroom Soup,” Rachel Mallinga, Grad Student, Non-Profit Management/Food Studies, University of Oregon PPPM Dept.
12:15 – 1:00 “The Sweet World of the Candy Cap,” Jennifer and Dustin Olsen, Farm Owners, The Mushroomery
1:30-2:15 “Pairing Wine with Pasta in Chanterelle Cream Sauce,” Thomas Bennett-Stroud, Tasting Room Coordinator, Oregon Wine Lab
2:45 – 3:30 “Preserving Wild Mushrooms,” Matthew Kilger, Proprietor, Eating Oregon
4:00 – 4:45 “Double Lobster Mac and Cheese,” Anne Arndt Boulley, Proprietor, Artisanne Chocolatier
Guided Nature Walk Schedule
11am – Dan Shultz
12pm – Daniel Thomas
1pm – Bruce Newhouse
2pm – David Wagner
3pm – Chris Melotti
*The following vendor lists are current as of October 1, 2015 – more vendors will be added as we get closer to the festival date*
Food & Beverage Vendors
Brew Dr. Kombucha ~ Cafe Mam ~ Holy Cow ~ LCC Culinary Students ~ Noble Estates Winery ~ Oriental Noodles ~ Ritta’s Burritos ~ Viva Vegetarian
Fern Hill Sanctuary ~ Fox Hollow ~ Friends of Buford Park & Mount Pisgah ~ Pierce St. Gardens ~ Willamette Wildlings
The Mushroomery ~ RainForest Mushrooms
Beautiful Oregon ~ Flaming Pearl ~ Navilus Press ~ Paula Fong Illustrations ~ Wear Me Jewels ~ Wooden Apple ~ Wooley Moss Roots ~ Yoga Goat Pottery
Many Rivers Sierra Club ~ Museum of Natural and Cultural History ~ Native Plant Society of Oregon
Directions: click here
Free shuttle from Civic Stadium every hour on the hour, and back from the Festival on the half hour!
Looking for a Ride Share? Log in to DriveLessConnect.com Click on “View Events” under the Events tab in the blue toolbar. Select “Add a trip to this event” and complete your trip information and click save. Your rideshare matches will display on the screen. If you have questions, or need assistance, please contact Tracy with Point2point at Lane Transit District at 541-682-6183.
For more information, call (541) 747-3817 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in Volunteering?
Do you have a couple hours to share? Contact us at email@example.com or (541) 747-3817 if you would like to help prepare and set up for the event, put up posters around town, take a shift at a booth during the festival day, help pack things up after the event is over, or any number of other ways to help out. Volunteers receive free admission to the festival and help to support the efforts of the arboretum!