Whether you are a patron of the arts, outdoor market enthusiast, lover of music, or one who simply enjoys a stroll along the creek, a visit to the Lithia Artisans Market of Ashland will enhance your Ashland experience.

For a unique outdoor shopping experience in Ashland, Lithia Artisans Market of Ashland (LAMA) provides a festive atmosphere with colorful booths displaying artwork made and exhibited by our talented local artists. If you’re planning a visit to the Rogue Valley, you’ll want to be sure to include Southern Oregon’s popular outdoor market on your things to do in Ashland list.

You can find us on picturesque Calle Guanajuato along Ashland Creek in Ashland, Oregon every weekend from early April to mid-November. We are just across Lithia Park from the Oregon Shakespeare Fesitval. Our open-air market showcases the talents of artists and craftspeople from Southern Oregon and Northern California. This art venue gives you the chance to actually meet our artists, talk to them about their work and purchase from them directly.

Live music on the weekend adds to the festival ambiance. Nearby restaurants also offer outdoor creekside dining along Calle Guanajuato.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Please update your information about the Holiday Markets for 2015. I’m looking for the links to entice friends to Ashland, but you have no updated info for the 2015 season!!!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    on 2nd thought, you might as well skip updating the holiday market ’15 info.

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