Mushroom Festival

Mark your calendars: October 26th, 2014 10 am – 5 pm

Huge Mushroom Exhibit – Live Music – Scarecrow Contest – Apple Pressing – Kids’ Activities – Great Food & Wine – Arts, Crafts, & Books – Free Parking & Shuttle – NO DOGS

Suggested Donation: $8 per person, children under 12 free.
Take exit 189 off I-5, just south of Eugene-Springfield.
Free shuttle from Civic Stadium
every hour on the hour, and back from the Festival on the half hour!
Looking for a Ride Share? Check out this resource! Log in to (please create an account if you don’t’ already have one).  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. Drive Less Connect is a free ridematching service of ODOT, managed locally by Point2point at Lane Transit District.

For more information, call (541) 747-3817 or email



Lively tunes to send your feet a’kickin’!


Food Vendors:

Delicious, scrumptious, other-worldly cuisine will be offered for your enjoyment.

Brew Dr. Kombucha

Cafe Mam Coffee

Sweet Cheeks Winery

Hideaway Bakery

Oriental Noodle Village

Viva Vegetarian

Ritta’s Burritos

Holy Cow

Dogs Gone Coastal

…and more!

Plant Vendors:

Prep those fall beds, pots, and garden areas for some fabulous foliage.

Pierce Street Gardens

Fox Hollow Nursery

Friends of Buford Park

…and more!

Mushroom Vendors:

Dried, growing, fresh, kits, tinctures – mushrooms in all their magical forms will be available!

Rob Miller

The Mushroomery

…and more!

Art Vendors:

Ceramics, wood, paintings, drawings, fibers and more to delight the senses!

Charting Nature

Navillus Press with Bill Sullivan

Sparhawk Farms

Fridays at the Farm

Wear Me Jewels

Wooden Apple Woodturning

Whistle Post Pottery

Wanna Spoon?

Eugene Weaver’s Guild

…and more!


Without non-profits, this would be a scary world to live in! Check out these great organizations for something fun to learn:

Whole Earth Nature School

StoveTeam International

Cascadia Wildlands

Travel Lane County

UO Museum of Nature and Cultural History

NABA – Eugene/Springfield

Natural History Society

Walama Restoration Project


Northwest Youth Corps

…and more!

Guided Nature Walk Schedule

Announced soon!



Interested in Volunteering?

Mount Pisgah Arboretum’s annual Mushroom Festival is made possible by more than 250 wonderful volunteers who pitch in their time to make this event so wonderful. Do you have a couple hours to share? Contact Charlotte at 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.

Interested in being a vendor?

Our vendor selection is under review for the 2014 Mushroom Festival. Thanks for your interest, we hope to see you at the Festival!