Thank you for coming!

Stay tuned for the next one!

We wanted to thank everyone for coming out to our event! It was a huge success! We raised just over $200 for our donation to the Lower Columbia River Estuary! If you are interested in this event or future markets be sure to follow us on Facebook or Instagram! We look forward to seeing you again!

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It takes a community

Volunteers, planners, and coordinators are needed to help put on this event. If you would like to be involved in this please send us a message!

FAQ & Event rules

Ticketing: Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite. They are donation-based. Donations will be given to the Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership group! A ticket is required for the event. Tickets are for a time window to help combat overcrowding at the venue.

Venue: This event is held on private land and we ask that you respect the space as you would your own home. Prindle Mountain is 45 to 30 minutes away from the Portland area.

 

​Entrance & Waiver: Upon arrival, you will reach a gate where an attendant will be present. You will be required to sign a liability waiver. This is required by everyone. There is also a section of the waiver that is a part of the venue's covid protocol. In short, if you are showing symptoms of covid you will not be allowed in. If you hurt yourself or break site rules we are not liable.​

 

Parking: There is room for at least 100 cars. However, we encourage carpooling! We also ask that you spend your time wisely so that other patrons can come to visit the market.​

 

Creative space: guests are welcome and encourage to bring musical instruments or equipment to perform in open spaces. If you would like to be a more involved performer (i.e. fire performers, band, etc) please contact us ahead of time to coordinate.​

 

Pets: Pets are not allowed on the grounds. This is located on private property with native wildlife and there are resident dogs that aren't familiar with other animals.

 

Children: Children are welcome! However, they must be kept within sight of the parent or guardian at all times and also respect site rules.​

 

Food & Drink: We are currently on the hunt for food and drink vendors. Outside food is allowed! ​

 

Bathrooms and trash: Prindle Mountain does have restrooms and trash bins. We will also have port-a-potties. Please help us keep the space clean.​

 

Smoking, drug, or alcohol use: None of these activities are allowed. Those who are found smoking of any kind, using illegal drugs, or consuming alcohol will be asked to leave the event immediately. ​

 

Discrimination Policy: The Sisters of Lilith and Prindle Mountain are welcome and open to anyone and all regardless of gender, orientation, sexuality, ethnicity, or race. This event is about creating community. There is also a no-tolerance of hatred and guests will be escorted off the property if such acts happen. ​

 

Gardens and forest: Prindle Mountain takes special care of their gardens and asks that you do not walk through their garden beds, pass marked boundaries, and create new trails through the surrounding forest areas. ​

 

Cliff: One of the most popular elements of Prindle Mountain is of course its stunning views. Under no circumstances are you allowed to go past the large pots that line the border of the property and get near the cliff's edge.

 

​House: The house and shop are closed off during all events and guests are not permitted to enter either building. ​