Groceries & Markets in Saint Helens

5- or 10-Pound Box of Apples or Pears at ProFarm Produce (Up to 47% Off)

ProFarm Produce

Multiple Locations

Assemble your own box of fresh fruit at the ProFarm Produce store or farmers' market stands; no need to make reservations

$15 $10

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$17 for $30 Worth of Wine — Nicko Gifts & Wine

Nicko & Co.

Portland

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$30 $17

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$144 for One Week of Vegan or Gluten-Free Vegan Meal Delivery from The Vegan Garden ($295 Value)

The Vegan Garden

Online Deal

Seven-day vegan meal plan includes 21 meals and 7 desserts and can be prepared for regular or gluten-free diets

$295 $144

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Wine Class for Two or Four with Tastings and Snacks at Hollywood Beverage (Half Off)

Hollywood Beverage

Hollywood

Veteran-owned party store hosts weekly tasting events, featuring up to six wines paired with cheese, crackers, and soup

$20 $10

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$85 to Learn the Art of Winemaking with 12 Bottles of Wine at Tigard Wine Crafters ($175 Value)

Tigard Wine Crafters

Tigard Neighborhood Area 6

Staff members walk you through the winemaking process as you choose, create, bottle, cork, and label your own wine

$175 $85

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Corn Maze and Harvest Festival Activities for One or Two at Gramma's Farm Store (Up to 50% Off)

Gramma's Farm Store

Sherwood - Tualatin North

This family-friendly farm’s Harvest Festival features a corn maze, hayrides, a pumpkin patch, and a slingshot to launch stuff

$20 $12

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Select Local Merchants

When Ken Knight first started Gateway Produce more than 15 years ago, he sold his goods out of a small tent. As demand grew, so did his inventory, which now occupies an expansive indoor space filled with stacks of fresh produce that almost overflow from their displays. Sourced from local farms, merchandise includes fruit such as plums and watermelons, seasonal items, and dairy products. Gateway also has a grocery section that gathers different ethnic foods and everyday edibles such as chicken tenders, energy drinks, and treats for the neighborhood guard lion.

2507 NE Andresen Rd
Vancouver,
WA
US

Vancouver Massage is a massage practice that truly cares about their clients. We pride ourselves in providing a warm and healing environment for our clients to relax and enjoy the benefits of massage in addition to the therapeutic qualities of what massage offers. We have 2 locations to choose from for your convenience

2702 NE 78th St
Vancouver,
WA
US

Many traditional artists paint linen or sculpt stone. For an agri-artist such as Craig Easterly, though, a cornfield makes a perfectly good canvas. For more than a decade, Craig has been chiseling through the 12-foot stalks of his 5-acre field to create what is from the ground a maze of rustling green tunnels and from above a stunning tableau of Portland themes and images. "I like to create designs that resonate with Portlanders and our friends in the greater Portland area," he said in a 2011 press release. One year, his work cut the city's bridges and rivers into the corn; in another he incorporated the Portland Timbers insignia into his maze.

Many traditional artists paint linen or sculpt stone. For an agri-artist such as Craig Easterly, though, a cornfield makes a perfectly good canvas. For more than a decade, Craig has been chiseling through the 12-foot stalks of his 5-acre field to create what is from the ground a maze of rustling green tunnels and from above a stunning tableau of Portland themes and images. "I like to create designs that resonate with Portlanders and our friends in the greater Portland area," he said in a 2011 press release. One year, his work cut the city's bridges and rivers into the corn; in another he incorporated the Portland Timbers insignia into his maze.

Each fall, these Sauvie Island fields birth both Craig's famous corn maze and its evil twin, the Haunted Maize, which spooks its visitors at night with costumed actors and eerie animatronics. Along with its mazes, The Maize at The Pumpkin Patch also sprouts fall-centric family-friendly activities. Overall-clad patrons bounce along on free hayrides, get crowned king of the hay mountain, or mimic the beastly accents of farm animals in the big red barn.

16511 NW Gillihan Rd
Portland,
OR
US

Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch's 100 acres of picturesque rural farmland yield a cornucopia of produce, which its workers cheerily harvest and sell directly to Portland residents. Not content to keep customers well fed, the farm also draws families, music lovers, and food aficionados to its pastoral atmosphere with a plethora of seasonal activities. A series of harvest festivals fill the air with blues, rock, bluegrass, and country music and simultaneously sate the appetites of guests with food-cart fare, local microbrews, and wines from Bella's own organic winery, which include creations made from berry, cherry, rhubarb, as well as traditional grape wines. Sun-soaked youngsters can take refuge on cow and grain trains, relax on a hayride, or explore a petting zoo stocked with barnyard animals and friendly carpet samples.

Sauvie Island
Portland,
OR
US

At BodySculptMD, Dr. Janice Vaughn focuses on women's health by addressing the mind, body, and spirit from the cells up. She offers medical and weight-loss services including bioidentical hormone therapy, metabolic testing, and customized weight-loss programs to reeducate bodily systems and prevent or reverse cell breakdown. To enhance outsides, Dr. Vaughn also performs noninvasive aesthetic procedures with devices such as ReFirme, VelaShape, and Zerona. The laser- or radiofrequency-based treatments are designed to tighten skin and reduce fat and cellulite, and, like the best power naps, require little to no downtime.

5050 NE Hoyt St
Portland,
OR
US

After produce and herb shop Limbo closed in Southeast, Joshua Stephens decided to put his expertise to use from managing for nearly a decade, and he opened Stone Cottage. The latter-day apothecary honors its predecessor with a curated selection of herbs, spices, and loose-leaf teas alongside artisanal soaps, seaweed, and fresh pastries. The shop keeps its wares in rows of accessible glass jars, which shoppers can ogle, smell, or tap with a timpani mallet. An onsite florist makes the storefront vivid with living flowers and herbs ready for planting.

3844 SE Gladstone St
Portland,
OR
US