Zoe and Austin will be giving a free public lecture about eating insects.  Cricket tasting will occur after the talk. ​

Date and Time:  Sunday, April 2 at 1:00 pm (~ 90 minutes)
LocationCraft Crickets (1035 Conger St. Unit 4, Eugene)
Cost:  Free!

Upcoming Events

SATURDAY
Sep
​9

SATURDAY
​MAY
​20

Eating Lower on the Food Chain - Public Lecture

Local media personality Rick Dancer will be visiting our cricket warehouse and streaming live to the world of facebook.  Be sure to watch live at noon Pacific Time.​

TUESDAY
MARCH
​28

Date and Time:  Saturday, March 4 from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location:  Museum of Natural and Cultural History (1680 E 15th Avenue, Eugene, OR)
Cost:  $10

Introduction to Cricket Farming

SUNDAY
JUNE
​4

Learn all you need--from heating to feeding to harvesting--to start your own cricket farm.  Sessions are free and open to anyone interested.  However, space is limited so please reserve your space in advance by contacting us. ​

SATURDAY
MARCH
​4

Date and Time:  Tuesday, August 15 @ 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location8th Ave. and Oak St., Eugene
Cost:  Free!

TENTATIVE

Date and Time:  Saturday, August 5 @ 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location8th Ave. and Oak St., Eugene
Cost:  Free!

No Planned Dates

SUNDAY
APRIL
​2

SUNDAY
APRIL
​30

Sunday
Oct
​1

Introduction to Cricket Farming

Date and Time:  Sunday, Aug 6 at 1:00 pm (~ 90 minutes)
LocationCraft Crickets (1035 Conger St. Unit 4, Eugene)
Cost:  Free!

A big helping of food-focused fun for the whole family!  Explore the museum's newest exhibit, Hungry Planet: What the World Eats.  Activities will include story telling, culinary themed crafts, and we will be on-hand to discuss edible bugs of the world while providing samples of our crickets.​

Date and Time:  Saturday, May 20 at 1:00 (3 hrs)
LocationMarketplace@Sprout (418 A Street, Springfield​)
Cost$10 in advance

Date and Time:  Sunday, June 4 at 1:00 pm (~ 90 minutes)
LocationCraft Crickets (1035 Conger St. Unit 4, Eugene)
Cost:  Free!

Learn all you need--from heating to feeding to harvesting--to start your own cricket farm.  Sessions are free and open to anyone interested.  However, space is limited so please reserve your space in advance by contacting us. ​

Date and Time:  Sunday, April 30 at 1:00 pm (~ 90 minutes)
LocationCraft Crickets (1035 Conger St. Unit 4, Eugene)
Cost:  Free!

Introduction to Cricket Farming

Learn all you need--from heating to feeding to harvesting--to start your own cricket farm.  Sessions are free and open to anyone interested.  However, space is limited so please reserve your space in advance by contacting us. ​

SUNDAY
SEP
​10

Much of migration is driven by the seasonal availability of bugs in the northern latitudes. In this lively and informative slide show, Rick will look at numerous examples and discover how important birds are to the overall health of various ecosystems.​  Craft Crickets will be on-hand, handing out samples of our crickets.​

Date and Time:  Tuesday, March 28 at 7:30 pm
LocationEugene Garden Club (1645 High St.)

Date and Time:  Sunday, Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm
LocationEugene Public Library - 100 W 10th Ave Eugene, OR
Cost:  Free!

WEDNESDAY
APRIL
​5

We have finished the Tuesday market for the year.  We do not plan on attending any more Tuesday markets until 2018.  Please find us at the Saturday market.

Date and Time:  Thursday, May 18 at noon (~ 20 minutes)
LocationFacebook Live - Rick Dancer
Cost:  Free!

Date and Time:  Wednesday, April 5 at 6:00 pm (~ 90 minutes)
LocationMarketplace@Sprout (418 A Street, Springfield​)
Cost:  Free!  Beer and Snacks available for purchase.  Free cricket samples

Additional dates scheduled for this class include:  June 25th,   August 6th

Stop by our booth and visit the other local farmers.  We will be handing out samples of crickets and of course will have crickets available for sale.  Credit Cards accepted.​

No matter what you eat-- or don't eat-- your life is interconnected with the lives and deaths of livestock animals. From consumer products to pollution, we'll explore with UO philosopher Erin McKenna the interconnections and consider how we can develop respectful relationships with these vital creatures.​​

Learn all you need--from heating to feeding to harvesting--to start your own cricket farm.  Sessions are free and open to anyone interested.  However, space is limited so please reserve your space in advance by contacting us. ​

Stop by our booth and visit the other local farmers.  We will be handing out samples of crickets and of course will have crickets available for sale.  Credit Cards accepted.​

Additional dates scheduled for this class include:   August  6th, September 10th, October 1st

Introduction to Cricket Farming

THURSDAY
​MAY
​18

Watch as Craft Crickets competes against other local startups for the best business pitch.  The event will be at Sprout! which always has great food and drinks.​

DATE TENTATIVE - Please check this site 24 hours before the event to ensure we will be participating the given week.  Tentative 2017 Saturday Farmer's Market Schedule includes the following dates:   

Sep 9th, Sep 16th, Sep 23rd,

Past Events