Dari Mart is all about family. In 1965, Grandma Gladys opened her first Dari Mart. Today, our family owns and operates 44 Dairy Mart stores from Albany to Cottage Grove. These small, neighborhood stores employ more than 500 people in our local communities.
Locally owned and operated, has the distinct honor of being voted first in Oregon and 3rd in the Northwest in Runner's World Magazine's latest specialty running/ walking store ratings! Our goal is to provide the highest in customer service, product selection and customized fitting to all levels of runners and walkers who come through our doors.
Our experienced staff is dedicated to keeping our customers running, walking, and participating in their favorite activity with comfort and style. We will take the time to get to know you and your personal needs.
Located in the heart of downtown Junction City on Sixth Street, Max Porter's Coffee House is serving up handcrafted "double ristretto" espresso drinks; breakfast items, soups, sandwiches and salads for lunch; beer, wine, and thirst-quenching sodas, flavored teas and lemonades. We hope you discover Max Porter's as a great place to visit with family and friends, or to just take time to relax or bring your laptop and take advantage of our free wi-fi service.
Celebrate local Scandinavian heritage with food, crafts and entertainment at Junction City's 59th Scandinavian Festival. Thursday is Norwegian Day, Friday is Swedish Day, Saturday is Danish Day and Sunday is Finnish Day. Three stages of entertainment are filled with choral and instrumental groups, folk dancers and informational presentations. Find unusual handicrafts of Scandinavian culture such as Hardanger Embroidery, bobbin lace and Rosemaling. Vendors sell homemade paintings, woodcrafts, jewelry and more. Get classic fair food such as caramel corn and cotton candy, but be sure not to miss the Danish favorite, aebleskivers!