Pikesville Farmers Market

Welcome to the Pikesville Farmers Market 2023 Season!
Every Tuesday, May 16 thru November 21, 2023
2:00 – 6:00 P.M.

Pomona Square
1700 Reisterstown Road
(Exit 20 off of 695, .25 miles South of the Beltway on Reisterstown Rd)

Interested in Becoming a Vendor?

Join our mailing list to receive updates and newsletters about our farmers market, including our Call for Vendors that goes out at the beginning of each year.

We only accept vendors with produce/products/food/beverages that are home-made or home-grown. Preference is given to Maryland artisans, farmers, and bakers.

Food vendors must have the proper permit from Baltimore County. We highly encourage every vendor to purchase insurance at a nominal fee for liability protection. The average cost is $125 annually for all of your markets. You can purchase insurance from a Maryland Farmers Market Association approved business.

More information on our market, including policies, can be found in the Vendor Handbook below.

Interested vendors can download the vendor application, fill it out, and email it to our office: info@greaterbaltimorechamber.org. It is a good idea to provide photos of your product and, when possible, samples of food.

2023 Season Vendor List-this list is developing!

Sorry, we are not currently accepting applications for baked goods, candles/scented gifts, or skincare for the 2023 season. We ONLY accept home-made, home-grown, and home-baked items. We occasionally have space for business vendors and nonprofits. Nonprofits that are a member of the chamber can make arrangements to be an occasional pop-up vendor; contact the chamber for more information.


For more information, email: info@greaterbaltimorechamber.org

Hillside Meadow Farm
farm-fresh vegetables, fruit, beef, lamb, pork, chicken, eggs

McCleaf’s Orchard
farm-fresh berries, fruits, vegetables, herbs, eggs, apple sauce, cider, honey

Twin Valley Distillers
locally-sourced Maryland-made bourbon, whiskey, rum, & seasonal flavored spirits

Flash Crabcake Company
crabcakes and cream of crab soup

Kona Ice
your favorite flavored shaved ice; sugar-free also available
~KOSHER~

Your Traveling Chef
freshly made food, varies week to week
can include: fish, wraps, soup, potato salad, drinks, & more

Lil’ Ria Natural Soaps
natural, handmade soaps, soy candles, sugar scrubs & whipped skin butter

Celestial Dreams
come by and smell us!  aroma buttons, incense sticks, sage, and more

I Love Munchies
homemade popcorn and nut mixes

Celestial Bonsai
Bonsai grown and curated by Bonsai Master, Benny Zhang

Boordy Vineyards

 

Natural Skin Nutrition
natural organic skincare; vegan, halal

Zoetic Wellness
jewelry, gifts, crystals, and more

The Living Room
information on medical cannabis

Europe Restaurant-Pit Beef
pit beef and smoked meats, including baby back ribs, beef steak, pit beef sandwiches, pork, beef, and chicken kebabs, from the owners of Europe Restaurant

Classique Jewelry
handmade pewter earrings and accessories

Maryland-made wine from Maryland grown grapes

The Maryland Money Market program is back this year, 2023!

Maryland Market Money (MMM) is a statewide food access program that feeds Marylanders and supports farmers through farmers markets. MMM removes economic barriers for food-insecure Marylanders, providing a dollar-for-dollar match for purchases made using federal nutrition benefits at Maryland farmers markets. MMM is a multi-tasking program that helps shoppers, farmers, and markets equally. It helps shoppers by lowering economic barriers to healthy foods; farmers by improving their economic viability; and markets by increasing their customer base.

Maryland Market Money is run jointly by the Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission (SMADC), a division of the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, and the Maryland Agricultural & Resource-Based Industry Development Corporation (MARBIDCO).

Funding for this program is based on a complex network of public and private partnerships, and includes generous grants from the Maryland Department of Agriculture, Rural Maryland Council, Baltimore City, Montgomery County, and Prince George’s County.

The Beet – Your Farmers Market Weekly Newsletter

Advertising spots available for $25/week
Week of June 7 Issue
Week of May 21 Issue

Our Farmers Accept FMNP

We are a Maryland Money Market Participating Farmers Market

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