To our community of cheese lovers in Oregon and beyond:
As part of the policies for reopening Oregon set forth by the Governor’s office, large scale events in Oregon have been canceled through this fall. As such, we are unable to hold the Oregon Cheese Festival and The Wedge in 2020 as we had hoped.
Please mark your calendars for March 13 & 14, 2021 for the Oregon Cheese Festival at Rogue Creamery in Central Point and October 2, 2021 for The Wedge in Portland.
In the meantime, we will continue to monitor the situation and if anything changes over the summer that would allow us to do an event in the fall, we will do so – and you’ll be the first to know.
Want to get your Oregon cheese fix? Build a Beautiful Board with us, FREE on Facebook Live* Oregon Cheese Guild page June 19 at 5pm PDT
Who says you need a party to build a gorgeous cheese board? Cheesemonger and owner of La Femme Fromage Ellian Rohrbacher will teach us how to put together a delicious masterpiece, then you can devour it for dinner! (be sure to snap a few pics first)
More info plus a list of supplies to have on hand on the event page.
*No Facebook account necessary to view the event.
You can still SuppORt Local artisan producers!
We have seen such an outpouring of support among consumers and industry members alike, all committed to helping local and artisan food and beverage producers make it through this crisis. Until we are able to celebrate cheese together, you can treat yourself to something delicious AND support your food supply by choosing to buy local and artisan products. Find ways to buy, in-store and online, by visiting the Oregon Cheese Guild Website.
Thank you for your continued support, and for the enthusiasm you share for the artisan products that make our state so special.
Stay safe and healthy,
Your friends at the Oregon Cheese Guild, the organizers of the Oregon Cheese Festival and The Wedge, and the Oregon cheese community