Featured Events

Here are the highlights of some Albany’s and the surrounding area’s most popular upcoming events.

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Albany Farmers' MarketSaturdays 9am - 1pm
Albany Farmers' Market
Join us this Saturday at 4th & Ellsworth (City Hall parking lot) in Albany for a taste of local food! This event is free and will include baked goods, fruit, vegetables and flowers. Call 541-740-1542 or visit www.locallygrown.org. for more information
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2016 Antiques in the StreetsSaturday, September 10, 2016
2016 Antiques in the Streets
Vendors from all over the Pacific Northwest converge on Downtown Albany turning it into a huge Antique mall! Live Music Food and an historic car show are hallmarks of this Downtown Albany signature event.
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5th Annual Craft Brew SmackdownSeptember 16, 2016
5th Annual Craft Brew Smackdown
An afternoon and early evening craft brew tasting event for the hard cider and beer lovers. Sponsored by the Greater Albany Rotary Club, the Albany Historic Carousel, and the Albany Downtown Association, the event takes place on Friday, September 16, 2016. Breweries, distilleries, and cider houses will bring their products into downtown small businesses so that attendees can taste and visit with shop owners at the same time. Get your tickets in late August.

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