Capella Market has a growing selection of gluten-free products throughout the store. To aid you in identifying these products, we have placed a small blue dot on shelf tags for gluten-free products. (We also maintain a list of gluten-free products that we carry in the grocery department. Download the PDF here.)
is a locally owned and operated natural foods supermarket located in the original Oasis Fine Foods Marketplace building in south Eugene.
At Capella Market you will find:
A wide array of natural, organic, gourmet & local packaged foods.
Over 500 bulk items.
Fresh high-quality produce, emphasizing local & organically grown.
Chemical-free meats & seafoods. Full-service counter.
Deli kitchen serving sand- wiches, soups, entrees, side dishes & food for events!
Quality nutritional supplements, vitamins, tinctures, homeopathics and natural body care items.
Over 550 wines from the Northwest, California, & around the world.
Over 150 beers, from worldwide imports to regional microbrews.
Friendly, knowledgeable, & experienced staff.
10% SENIOR DISCOUNT
10% DISCOUNT ON MOST FULL CASES
SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME
STORE GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE
OREGON TRAIL CARD WELCOME
There's something lovely about the timing of citrus season. When it is cloudy and cold here, the oranges and grapefruit and tangerines come into our produce department and they seem like edible sunshine. Not only are they delicious when eaten out of hand, they can also punch up a recipe, become an amazing dessert, and they are rich in Vitamin C.
Last Year's Citrus Fest with Sarah and Tanja
Our produce department carries an inspiring selection of citrus. On last count, we had 17 different varieties of oranges, tangerines, grapefruits and pummelos. Some of our favorites are blood oranges, which are delicious out of hand, and lovely in a salad. Sweet limes are excellent for juicing and have a lower acid content than many citrus fruits. We also are excited about the cocktail grapefruit (Mandelo) which is a lesser known variety due to its tenderness, which can make it tricky to ship.
Whether using lemon as an accent for seafood or as a way to brighten up the flavors of greens or broccoli, citrus adds a spark to most dishes. If you haven't ever tried making your own citrus curd to use in a tart or to put on toast, you might be surprised at how easy it is:
With all of the options and ways to use citrus, it can be hard to know which variety is right for what use. Fear not, friends! The Capella Market Produce Department is coming to your rescue on Sunday, February 1st, noon-3pm, with our annual citrus tasting. We'll have tons of samples of sunny deliciousness for you to try so that you can pick your favorites.
Monday, 19 January 2015 Probiotics at Capella Market
One of the keys to staying healthy is a strong immune system. Most of us are aware that we need sleep and a healthy diet to keep us feeling good, but strong immunity also comes from a place you might not think of: the gut. Our gut is home to a variety of bacterias, many of which work to keep us healthy. When "good" bacteria and "bad" bacteria are in balance, it allows the gut to more efficiently absorb the nutrients from food and to filter out harmful bacteria and toxins. In a variety of different studies, some probiotics have been found to be helpful with treating and preventing allergies, diarrhea, common infectious diseases, irritable bowel syndrome, and many other health concerns.
Our Natural Health Department carries a variety of probiotics, both for children and adults. When looking for a quality probiotic supplement, it's important to be sure that the supplement includes several different bacteria, because our body needs more than one kind. We carry a selection of products from Garden of Life, Jarrow Formula, Solaray, Enzymedia and others. Our Natural Health team can help you find the supplement that's just right for you.
In addition to supplements, many foods carry probiotics. Yogurt, cottage cheese, sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles and kombucha are all rich in healthy bacteria.
Monday, 12 January 2015 Winter Skin Care
One might think that winter in the Northwest is all about moisture, and there's a lot of truth to that. Cold weather, wind and rain work together to dry out and crack skin. Our Natural Health Department carries many different kinds of moisturizes. For hands and body, the most effective in combating winter weather will include shea, cocoa or mango butter. These ingredients are rich in fatty acids that help to form a barrier between skin and the elements. We carry a large number of moisturizers, both for everyday use and for times when you need a more intensive treatment for chapped and damaged skin. Some of our favorites are Alba Botanica's Papaya Mango Body Cream and Everyday Shea's Body Moisturizing Body Lotion.
Delicate facial skin has different needs. Moisture is still a major need, but it needs to be heavy enough to protect and light enough to allow for absorption and let skin breathe. We carry a variety of brands at different price points. Some of our favorite ingredients for facial moisturizers are argan oil, which is rich in nutrients and vitamin E, and Marula oil, another all natural antioxidant and nutrient rich product. Our Natural Health department is always happy to help you find the perfect product for you.
Finally, we carry a variety of excellent lip balms to keep lips from splitting and cracking. Beeswax, jojoba, avocado, coconut, almond and hemp oils are a few of the ingredients used in our selection. Our lip balm brands include Singing Dog, Montana Emu Ranch, Dr. Bronner's, Alba Botanica and Booda Butter, among others.
The last word from our Natural Health experts is "drink water!" Keeping your body hydrated helps your skin to hold moisture and to keep your whole body healthier.
Friday, 9 January 2015 Wine Tasting and Art Walk
On Saturday afternoon, January 10, 4-6pm, we're holding our weekly free wine tasting, this week with Doyle Hinman of Five H and Henry Estate. Also, we're a stop on the 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk, this month featuring photos by staff member Mike McFadden and his wife Clara, in the deli seating area.
Friday, 2 January 2015 Natural Health During Cold & Flu Season
As many of you know, it's cold and flu season. Our Natural Health Department carries a variety of products that can help to keep you healthy. Many people have found that Vitamins C and D and the mineral Zinc can either ward off or decrease the severity of colds if taken when the first symptoms appear. Elderberry syrup and lozenges can help to boost your immune system to keep colds from taking hold. Should the flu hit, some people have had great success with Oscillococcinum as a way to decrease symptoms and feel better faster.
A delicious way to beef up your immune system is by eating fruits and vegetables that naturally have antioxidants. Oranges, red grapes, kale, spinach, brussel sprouts, broccoli, beets onions and eggplants will all help increase immunity and give your body the tools that it needs to fight off the cold and flu.
If all else fails, we have a wide selection of juices, teas, and soup ingredients to restore you to good health.
Monday, 29 December 2014 Sparkling Wines
When ringing out the old and ushering in the new, you really have to have bubbles. Sparkling wine and Champagne are a key ingredient of many a New Year's celebration, and we carry several choices. To help you pick the right one, we will host a free sparkling wine and mimosa tasting on Tuesday, December 30th from 4 to 6pm. We asked our Beer and Wine manager to name his top three New Year's Eve options, and he came up with these:
Marrugat Organic Nature Brut:
This Organic sparkling wine is a blend of Macabeo, Parellada and Xarel-lo grapes. It pairs beautifully with almost any celebratory menu from seafood to prime rib. This fine, fresh wine would be the perfect way to add sparkle to your New Year's meal.
Moutard Brut Grande Cuvee:
This Pinot Noir blend has subtle lemon, tart apple and yellow pear overtones and a generous and rich palate. This is a rare opportunity to get a true French champagne at the remarkable price of 29.99. Celebrate!
Valdivieso NVY Sparkling Wine:
This unusual Passion Fruit sparkling wine is made with Semillon and Sauvignon grapes, and infused with natural fruit pulp. The refreshing blend of sweet and sour would put a new spin on a New Year's Day mimosa.
Monday, 22 December 2014 Seasonal Beers
Winter in the North West can sometimes mean rainy, cloudy cold weather, but it always means excellent seasonal beer. We carry a large variety of seasonal offerings from local and regional breweries. Many winter seasonals will be darker, porter styles, but we do have some that appeal to the medium to lighter beer crowd. We are particularly excited about Winter Warmer from Spokane brewery No-Li. This ruby red ale has a rich malty flavor with a spicy hop finish. Crystal malt gives the beer a carmely, toffee-like character, balanced by dry hopping that imbues a grassy-ness. Winter Warmer is a nice balance, not too light, not too dark, just right for holiday drinking.
This season Deschutes released their ever popular Jubelale in August, and have now run out for the season. We comfort ourselves with the wide selection of good offerings from other breweries both near and far. We are carrying the following seasonals:
- Ninkasi Sleigher
- Sierra Nevada Celebration
- New Belgium Accumulation--a white IPA, great for those who like lighter beers.
- Oakshire Ill Tempered Gnome
- Hope Valley Festeroo
- 2 Towns Nice and Naughty--a cider spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and clove.
- Samuel Smith Winter Welcome Ale
- No-Li Winter Warmer
- Planktown Hobbit's Little Helper
- Elysian Bifrost
- Full Sail Wassail
- Hop Works Brewery Abominable Winter Ale
- Fire Mountain Hangman Winter Ale
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 Gift Items in Our Mercantile Department
The Capella Market mercantile is overflowing with great gift items right now. We are carrying a wide variety of scarves, hats, gloves, mittens, bags, pouches and a select group of purses, African baskets, water bottles, yoga mats and food storage containers.
Our mercantile carries high quality, domestically produced or fair trade products. In many cases, the purchase of a fair trade item allows the artisans and their communities better access to food, clean water and education. In giving fair trade gifts, you are able to make a difference not just to your loved one, but to people halfway around the world.
Thursday, 11 December 2014 Holidays in the Capella Meat Department
Among the many specialty meats that we carry for the holidays, prime rib is a consistent favorite. Our meat department is always happy to talk with you about the best way to prepare these special meals so that you can be sure of a delicious result every time. Here's how our meat manager Barry ensures a perfect prime rib.
Perfect Prime Rib of Beef
One Oregon Country Natural Prime Rib Roast
1/3 cup olive oil
2 Tablespoons lemon juice
3 Tablespoons rosemary leaves
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 teaspoon black pepper
1) Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Place the roast in a shallow roasting pan and allow it to rest out of the refrigerator for 30 minutes to bring the meat to just about room temperature.
2) Combine olive oil, lemon juice, crushed rosemary, garlic and pepper. Rub the meat all over with this mixture, patting it into the meat, particularly on top.
3) Place the roast in the preheated oven for about 15 minutes or until the meat has begun to brown (the high heat will sear the roast to seal in the juices.). Reduce the heat to 350 degrees and continue to cook 12-15 minutes per pound, depending on the desired degree of doneness.
4) Remove the roast from the oven and allow the meat to rest for 10 minutes. Before carving, slice a piece of the exterior rosemary scented fat from the meat and rub it into the carving board to further season the roast.
5) For a gravy, thicken the pan juices with enough flour to make a paste. Cook over moderate heat for ten minutes, stirring constantly until the flour has browned and thinned slightly. Whisk in enough stock to give you a smooth sauce (about 2 cups for the average roast.). Continue to simmer for ten minutes, adjust the seasonings with salt, pepper, rosemary, and or parsley.
Thursday, 4 December 2014 Annual Neighbors in Need Food Drive
We are kicking off our fourth annual Neighbors in Need Food Drive! In 2011 one of our regular customers approached us with a great idea that she had seen in another state. We liked the idea of getting healthy food into the hands of people in need in our community. With the help of St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County, Neighbors in Need has become our Capella Market holiday tradition.
We offer two sizes of healthy food packs, priced at ten and twenty dollars. Choose one or more gift packs on display at the front of the store to donate to the food drive, pay for your gift packs at the register, and then put them in the collection barrel at the front of the store.
The Protein Power Pack is a $15.58 retail value that we sell for $10.00. It includes:
Santa Cruz Organic Peanut Butter
Back to Nature Classic Round Crackers
Field Day Organic Pinto Beans
Natural Sea Tuna
The Pantry Stuffer Food Pack is a $25.74 retail value that we sell for $20.00. It includes:
Santa Cruz Organic Peanut Butter
Back to Nature Classic Round Crackers
Field Day Organic Pinto Beans
Cadia Organic Green Beans
Field Day Organic Pasta Sauce
Natural Sea Tuna
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 Order your Turkey and Thanksgiving Side Dishes!
Our Meat Department is now accepting pre-orders for fresh, vegetarian-fed, range-grown Thanksgiving turkeys from Diestel Turkey Ranch. Never given hormones or growth stimulants, these birds are delivered direct to us by one of the last small, family-owned turkey farms in the United States. Stop by our Meat counter or call 541-345-1014 and ask for the Meat Department.
Also, our Deli Kitchen is taking pre-orders for ready-to-heat take-home Thanksgiving side dishes. Order forms are available at the Deli counter. Dishes include: Stuffed Delicata Squash, Mashed Potatoes, Candied Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans & Chanterelles, Cornbread & Chestnut Stuffing, Sourdough & Sausage Stuffing, Cranberry Chutney, Mushroom Gravy, and Poultry Gravy.
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 Capella Market Nutritionist Talk on Oct. 22
On Wednesday (10/22) at 5:30pm, our nutritionist Kathe Forrest (CNC, MH) will be giving a talk at Tsunami Books (2585 Willamette). Titled "Miracles, Hormones, and the Ever-changing Bones" Kathe's talk will cover the following:
- What are bones made of and how do you help them stay strong.
- How to fine-tune your bones with hormones.
- Discover the amount of calcium that your individual body needs.
- How to choose calcium supplements.
- Find out about the latest bone maintenance drugs and side effects.
- Find out why Vitamin K is important for bone health.
Tuesday, 14 October 2014 October 19: Harvest Festival and Raffle Drawing
Join us on Sunday, October 19, Noon-4pm, for our annual Harvest Festival! We'll be offering samples of Brats, Hot Spiced Apple Cider, Heirloom Apples, Pears, and Squash. Also we will be drawing the winner of our Garden Wagon Raffle, a benefit for Nearby Nature.
Friday, 10 October 2014 2nd Saturday Art Walk and Wine Tasting
October 11 is 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk, and Capella Market is participating with a free wine tasting (featuring Frey organic non-GMO wines) from 4 to 6 pm. Also, we're featuring the art of staff member Maureen Smith in the deli seating area.
Friday, 3 October 2014 Garden Wagon Raffle for Nearby Nature
We're selling $1 raffle tickets for a chance to win a classic wooden "Radio Flyer" style garden wagon with removable sides. All proceeds will go to Nearby Nature, a local non-profit organization founded in 1992, dedicated to fostering appreciation of nature nearby and providing tools for ecological living. The winner will be drawn on Sunday, October 19, during our Fall Tasting Fair.
Tuesday, 23 September 2014 Gluten Free Fair!
On Saturday, Sept. 27, Capella Market will present a Gluten Free Fair.
From 11am to Noon, at Tsunami Books (2585 Willamette), our nutritionist Kathe Forrest, CNC, will explain 1) what gluten is, 2) the difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerance (and how they can be tested for), and 3) what it means to adopt a gluten free diet. Learn how to convert any recipe to gluten free, and what types of flours are gluten free.
From Noon to 3pm: Back at the store, we'll be serving up tasty samples of gluten free foods, and several of our favorite gluten free food makers will be here giving demos and answering your questions. Be sure to enter the drawing for free gift bags full of gluten free foods, supplements and body care products.
Friday, 19 September 2014 SEPT. 22-25: MEAT SHOP WILL BE CLOSED FOR REMODELING
Heads up! We will be remodeling our Meat Department during the week of September 22, replacing display cases, adding a new oven, adding a "grab and go" case, replacing the floor, replacing ceiling tiles, painting, and taking care of many other details. The Meat Shop will close at 8 p.m. Monday night and re-open Thursday morning at 8 a.m. You might think about buying extra this weekend and putting some in the freezer.
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 ANNUAL SUPPLEMENTS SALE!
Through September 30, all Supplements Department products are 20% off! This applies to stock on hand, while supplies last, no further discount. Supplements are mainly located on Aisle 4, and include Herbal Tinctures & Capsules, Vitamins, Minerals, Enzymes, Omega-3 Oils, Homeopathics, Antioxidants, Green Foods, Amino Acids, Protein Powders, Chinese Formulas, and many other remedies for internal use.
Friday, 12 September 2014 Art Walk / Wine Tasting
Join us on Saturday, September 13, 4-6 pm, for a free wine tasting. This week we'll be featuring Silvan Ridge Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Malbec. Also, we're a stop on the 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk, and we'll be featuring art by staff member Patty Barr in our deli seating area.
Thursday, 21 August 2014 Cascades Raptor Center Benefit Bike Raffle
We are currently selling $1 raffle tickets for a chance to win a Motobecane 300HT mountain bike. All proceeds benefit Cascades Raptor Center.
On Saturday, August 30, Dmitri Eagle-Owl and Raptor Center staff will visit the store from noon to 4 pm. We will draw the winner of the bike at 4 pm.
Cascades Raptor Center is a non-profit nature center and wildlife hospital. They work with up to 200 orphaned, sick & injured raptors (hawks, owls, eagles, etc.) each year.
"Our goal is to help the human part of the natural community learn to value, understand, and honor the role of wildlife in preserving the natural and cultural heritage of the Pacific Northwest."
Thursday, 31 July 2014 YES ON 92
We at Capella Market are passionately in favor of the passage of ballot measure 92.
- The natural foods industry was built on the desire to eat and serve our families the healthiest, most nourishing food possible.
- In order to do this, we must know what is in the foods that we are consuming. Sixty four other countries, including Japan and the countries of the European Union already require the labelling of all genetically modified foods.
- GMO crops are often engineered to withstand more pesticide use, which is damaging to the environment, including to bees, water, soil and nearby non GMO crops.
- By labelling locally produced foods, we can increase the ability for foods manufactured in Oregon to be welcome in other markets across the globe.
- By bringing the state of Oregon up to the standard already in practice in other parts of the world, we are renewing our commitment to healthful eating and a healthy planet.
For more information about ballot measure 92 and genetically modified foods, please go to oregonrighttoknow.org
Thursday, 17 July 2014 20% Off Beer Sale! BBQ & Tastings!
Our annual Beer Sale is happening Friday and Saturday, July 18 and 19. All beers, hard ciders and meads in stock will be 20% off regular price on those two days (while supplies last, no further discount). Also, there will be free tastings both days. See the right sidebar for details. On Saturday, noon-3pm, our Meat Department will be barbecuing free samples in the parking lot!
If you haven't bought your raffle tickets for a chance to win a Yuba Cargo Bike, you've only got until Monday, July 21. It's a benefit for Lane Coalition for Healthy Active Youth (lchay.org). Tickets are $5 each, 3 for $10, and 10 for $20. We'll draw the winner here at 4pm on Monday, 7/21.
We are on Facebook, and we would love it if you liked us! facebook.com/capellamarket.
Thursday, 10 July 2014 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk and Wine Tasting
Join us during the 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk 4-6pm on July 12, for a free wine tasting featuring Foris Vineyards! Also, check out our micro art gallery (aka the deli seating area) where we're displaying paintings by staff member Kasey Lee.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014 Cargo Bike Benefit Raffle for LCHAY
We're helping Lane Coalition for Healthy Active Youth (LCHAY) raffle a great-looking cargo bike to benefit their awesome programs for kids and families. Laura from LCHAY will be here on Monday, July 7, 2pm to 7pm, to answer questions about her organization. The bicycle is being provided by Arriving By Bike. You can take a look at it here in the store at our front end (look up!). Raffle tickets are on sale now at our checkstands: $5 each, 3 for $10, or 10 for $20. The winner will be drawn here at Capella on Monday, July 21.
Thursday, 26 June 2014 Thanks!
Thanks to those who participated in our Facebook Buzz Away contest, and congratulations to the winners! We'll try more of these types of contests in the near future. Meanwhile, we have a new 2-week ad flyer out, with prices good through July 8. You can access it at www.capellamarket.com/flyer.html.
Friday, 13 June 2014 Facebook Contest: Buzz Away Extreme!
We're trying a little Facebook contest! It's basically a drawing, and the three winners will get a 2, 4, or 8 oz. bottle of Buzz Away Extreme insect repellent. If you want to participate, log into Facebook, go to this post, and follow the instructions there. Good luck and thanks for participating!
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 New ad, 2nd Saturday Art Walk, Wine Tasting
Heads up! We just started a new 2-week ad today, available here. Also, stop in and visit during the 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk on June 14. From 4pm to 6pm, we'll be tasting Purloined Pinot 2009 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, and we're showing off photographs by our bulk manager, Graham, in the deli seating area.
Wednesday, 28 May 2014 New 2-Week Sale
We have a new 2-week sale for you starting today! Get the PDF or text version of the flyer here: www.capellamarket.com/flyer.html
Monday, 26 May 2014 Memorial Day: Regular Hours
Today is Memorial Day, and we are open regular hours, 8am-10pm. Also, our 20% Off Body Care sale goes through tomorrow: take advantage while you can!
Monday, 19 May 2014 Supplement Mini-Seminar
On Thursday (5/22) at 2pm, our in-house nutritional counselor Kathe Forrest will be holding a mini-seminar on supplements, here in the store. Sign up in the Natural Health Department (aisles 3/4) or call 541-345-1014 and ask for Natural Health.
Friday, 16 May 2014 Annual 20% Off Body Care Sale!
Perhaps a bit lost among all the other things going on in the store: through May 27, it's our ANNUAL 20% OFF BODY CARE SALE! Located mostly on Aisle 3 in the middle of the store, our Body Care Department contains hair care & color products, cruelty-free cosmetics, skin care and sun protection products, toothpastes, deodorants, healing ointments, soaps of all kinds, and much, much more!
Wednesday, 14 May 2014 Food Fair! WVSFA benefit!
Join us Friday and Saturday (May 16 & 17) for our annual FOOD FAIR! It's a benefit event for Willamette Valley Sustainable Foods Alliance, featuring local food samples, beer & wine tastings, parking lot BBQ, garden cart raffle, and WVSFA info table.
Monday, 28 April 2014 Low-Cost Health Screenings
On Thursday, May 8, 9am-1pm, Northwest Wellness staff will be here conducting low-cost health screenings. Check their website for info on their tests: nwwellness.com/index.htm.
Friday, 25 April 2014 5% Day for Civic Stadium
Mark your calendar! We will donate 5% of total sales for Wednesday, May 7, to the Friends of Civic Stadium's Escrow Account.
Thursday, 24 April 2014 Garden Cart Benefit Raffle for WVSFA
Starting today, we're selling $1 raffle tickets for a chance to win a Eugene-made garden cart! All proceeds will benefit Willamette Valley Sustainable Foods Alliance. Cart provided by Capella Market and Down To Earth. The winner will be drawn during our Food Fair, on Saturday, May 17. WVSFA "is a regional trade association of companies that promote natural food businesses through relationships, education and sustainable business practices."
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 EARTH DAY GIVEAWAY
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 ANNUAL BULK SALE
Today through April 29, you get 15% OFF all Bulk Department products, while supplies last, no further discount.
Friday, 28 March 2014 Natural Health Dept., Certified Nutritionist On Staff
Check out our Natural Health Department! We have: Supplements, Herbal Tinctures, Chinese Herbs, Omega-3 Oils, Protein Powders, Quality Vitamins, Homepathics. PLUS Cruelty-Free Body Care Products, including Cosmetics, Hair Care & Colors, Sunscreens, Herbal Ointments, Deodorants, Toothpastes, and more. The department is staffed 8am-9pm daily.
Introducing our on-staff Certified Nutritionist and Master Herbalist, Kathe Forrest. She is an experienced Nutritional Health Coach with over 200 coaching sessions under her belt.
Kathe is available Tuesday-Saturday, 1-4pm, for in-store assistance with nutritional suppliements and nutrition questions. Look for her upcoming educational presentations and community events!
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 Annual Wine Sale!
Join us for our ANNUAL WINE SALE this coming Friday & Saturday (March 21-22). 15% OFF ALL WINE IN STOCK (while supplies last, no further discount). We'll be having free tastings both days.
Thursday, 6 March 2014 2nd Saturday Art Walk and Free Port Tasting
Join us on Saturday (March 8), 4-6pm, for 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk and a free Port Tasting featuring fine ports by C.N. Kopke (est. 1638!). Our March artist is Aaron Kimball, and we have several of his works hanging in our deli eating area.
Tuesday, 25 February 2014 R-G Readers' Choice 2014
We've been nominated in two categories of The Register-Guard's Readers' Choice Awards: Grocery Store and Natural Food Store. We'd love your votes! readerschoice.registerguard.com
Monday, 24 February 2014 Eugene Waldorf School's 2014 Raffle
We're selling tickets to Eugene Waldorf School's 2014 Raffle! Grand Prize is a 1-week vacation in Hawaii. Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. Proceeds will benefit Waldorf School's needs-based scholarship program. Drawing will be March 15 at the 2014 Spring Auction, Downtown Athletic Club, Eugene. Details at www.eugenewaldorf.org.
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 Citrus Tasting and Art Walk Rescheduled for Feb. 15
Let's try this again! OK (now that the ice and snow are gone!), on Saturday the 15th, we'll be doing our annual CITRUS TASTING event, noon-3pm. Also, the 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk will be happening (on 3rd Saturday this time) from 4 to 6pm. We have a free wine tasting scheduled during that time, featuring Dylan's Run rose and dessert wines. Our artist for February is Sarah Refvem, and 2 of her paintings are hanging in our deli seating area.
Friday, 7 February 2014 UPDATE: CITRUS & MIMOSA TASTINGS POSTPONED
WEATHER-RELATED UPDATES! 1) WE HAVE POSTPONED SATURDAY'S CITRUS & MIMOSA TASTINGS (we'll update you next week), 2) WE WILL CLOSE EARLY TONIGHT, BETWEEN 6 & 8PM, DEPENDING ON ROAD CONDITIONS. WHEN WE DECIDE ON A DEFINITE CLOSING TIME, WE WILL UPDATE ON FACEBOOK: facebook.com/capellamarket.
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 Flowers and Chocolates!
Brighten up foggy days with fresh flowers. Grab some chocolates and mandarin oranges while you're at it!
Monday, 6 January 2014 Happy New Year! New Artist of the Month, Art Walk
Happy New Year! Our staff artist of the month for January is Kasey Lee. He has two paintings hanging in our deli seating area. Remember, we are a stop on the 2nd Saturday South Willamette Art Walk, coming up on January 11. Free wine tasting 4-6pm!
January 30 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting, featuring Pelican Brewing.
January 31 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Free wine tasting featuring Fractal Cellars.
February 1 (Sunday, noon-3pm): Annual Citrus Tasting.
February 2 (Monday, 9am-1pm): Low-cost Health Screenings by Northwest Wellness (list of tests).
February 6 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting, featuring Planktown Brewing.
February 7 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Free wine tasting featuring Agate Ridge.
February 13 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting.
February 14 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Valentine's Day. Free wine tasting featuring Season Cellars. 2nd Saturday Art Walk.
February 20 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting featuring No-Li Brewing.
February 21 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Free wine tasting featuring Owen Roe.
February 27 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting, featuring Ninkasi Brewing.
February 28 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Free wine tasting, featuring Casa Bruno Distributing.
March 6 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting, featuring New Belgium.
March 7 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Free wine tasting, featuring Springbank Farms.
March 13 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting, featuring Mazama Brewing.
March 13 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free wine tasting, featuring Foris Winery.
March 14 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Free wine tastings, including Mitchell Wines, Foris Winery, Chateau Lorane, Flying Dutchman, and Vinum Distributing.
March 20 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting, featuring Sierra Nevada.
March 21 (Saturday, 4-6pm): Free wine tasting.
April 3 (Friday, 4-6pm): Free beer tasting, featuring New Belgium.