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The bazaar offers shoppers a variety of unique crafts and collectibles including jewelry, handbags, hair accessories, clothing, rugs, pottery and wooden items, stained glass and photographs.
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As the holidays approach, the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar has everything market-goers need for festive meals, unique gifts and holiday decorations. For the 2014 holiday season, farmers offer seasonal items including turkeys, brisket, hams, lobsters, pies, cider, gingerbread cookies, apples, pears, citrus fruit, crab cakes and dips, sweet potatoes, greens, honey, nuts, goat, fish, dairy, coffee, breads, spices, truffles, candy and more. Those looking to purchase gifts can browse the bazaar for a wide range of unique jewelry, soaps and lotions, holiday ornaments, vintage clothing, mugs and other dishes, original works of art, handcrafted baskets, leather goods and much more. Additionally, as the season progresses, wreathes, Christmas trees and other decorative greenery become available.
On select Sundays, shoppers can also take home recipes and tips from a variety of seasonally-inspired cooking demos:
“Spike’s Seasonal Secrets” - Sunday, November 23, 9:30am-11am
Woodberry Kitchen’s own Chef Spike Gjerde prepares tasty seasonal menu items ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
“Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry” - Sunday, November 30, 9:30am-11am
Cathy Barrow, aka Mrs. Wheelbarrow, has had her recipes cooked on “The Today Show” and appeared on NPR’s “Morning Edition.” She brings her new cookbook Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry and holiday cooking skills to the market.
"Cooking with Big City Farms - Sunday, December 7, 9:30am-11am
Chef Robert Dunn joined Big City Farms, an urban farm located in Baltimore, in 2012. Previously, he served as a chef the Polo Grill and Williamsburg Inn. Chef Dunn cooks up root vegetables and leafy greens grown by Big City Farms.
“Chocolate Bacon Treats” - Sunday, December 14, 10am-11:30am
Baltimore native and former “Top Chef” contestant Chef Jessie Sandlin talks curing bacon and makes her unique chocolate bacon treats.
“Sandy’s Winter Warmth” - Sunday, December 21, 10am-11am
Chef Sandy Lawler, manager of the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar, closes out the season with her recipe for Alsatian potatoes and sausage. Come sample a dish that’s sure to keep you warm during the winter months.
Free parking at the market is courtesy of Mercy Medical Center. The open air parking lot is located at Guilford Avenue & Pleasant Street, adjacent to the bazaar lot, and is accessible from Guilford Avenue. (Note: Parking is only free in the open air lot, there is a cost to park in the garage.) In addition, metered parking is available on the streets surrounding the market.
New for 2014, qualified farmers and food vendors, with support from the Maryland Farmers’ Market Association, will be able to accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), credit and debit payments directly. The Welcome Center, located near the Saratoga Street entrance, will continue to assist with questions on programs, the market and services.
There are many opportunities to sponsor the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar.
For sponsorhip opportunities, contact:
Emelda DeCoteau| Corporate Sponsorship Coordinator | Phone: 443-263-4317 | Email address: email@example.com
For nonprofit opportunities, contact:
Rose Greene| Business Projects Coordinator | Phone: 443-263-4346 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NO ANIMALS are allowed at the market and bazaar (per Baltimore City Health Department Rules and Regulations).
The Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar is a smoke-free zone. The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, with the support of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore City Health Department declared the market tobacco free effective Sunday, April 10, 2011.
I love coming to this farmers market. I have been coming here for over 20 years. They have an abundance of fruits and veggies according to the season. They...
By Mary J. on 11/02/2014