Pikesville Farmer’s Market

Welcome to the Pikesville Farmers Market 2021 Season!
Every Tuesday, May 18 thru November 30, 2021
2:00 – 6:00 P.M.

Pomona Square
1700 Reisterstown Road
(.25 miles from 695)

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 homemade or homegrown. 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.

COVID-19 & Pikesville Farmers Market

Our first priority is supporting a healthy community and slowing the transmission of COVID-19, while ensuring that our community has access to fresh local produce from our farmers.

Our Chamber continues to closely monitor how COVID-19 is affecting our local community. Our market has been recognized as one of the safest markets in Maryland due to safety precautions. From day one of opening in June 2020, we implemented one-way lanes, COVID signage, crowd control measures, hand sanitizer stations, and an enforced mask policy. Every vendor offers hand sanitizer to help keep you safe. We are proud that no case of COVID-19 was traced to our market.

Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland Department of Agriculture understand that farmers markets are an important source of nutrition for many Marylanders, including those located in food deserts and individuals relying on WIC benefits. For more information on COVID-19 and Maryland Farmers Markets, please visit the Maryland Farmers Market Association.

Health Guidelines for Visiting the Farmers Market during COVID-19

The CDC guidelines for staying healthy during the novel coronavirus crisis also apply to visiting the Pikesville Farmers Market. We must abide by these guidelines to eliminate potential COVID-19 transmission and in order to stay open.

These steps apply to vendors, managers, and shoppers:

  • Follow simple CDC rules for washing hands and not touching your face.
  • Wear a mask covering your nose at all times.
  • Sanitize hands coming into the market and frequently while shopping.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from one another.
  • Be patient with one another and vendors with lines due to distancing.
  • Enter from the North and South sides of the market ONLY.
  • Please enjoy your hot food outside of the market.
  • Sorry, no pets allowed (exception: service animals on leashes).
  • PLEASE DO NOT HOP OVER THE CONSTRUCTION FENCING! We have areas blocked off to protect our vendors and to control the number of shoppers in our market for your safety.
  • Avoid gathering and congregating.
  • Know what you want to get before you arrive. For your own health, do not linger at the market. Leave as soon as you have what you need.
  • Do not touch products & produce unless you intend to purchase them.
  • Wash all produce thoroughly before eating it.
  • If you are feeling sick, stay home.
  • Vendors and customers are not allowed to occupy the 5-foot spaces maintained between booths.
  • Are you a senior citizen or considered at a higher risk for contracting coronavirus?  Arrive at 1:30pm when there are fewer customers.

Adapted from the Maryland Farmers Market Association

Pets at the Pikesville Farmers Market

We are animal lovers too, but please leave your pets at home!

So why no pets at the market? First, pets encourage congregating-animal lovers and children want to come over and say hello! However, this can increase the risk of transmitting COVID-19. Unfortunately, we also have recently had problems in our market with owners not picking up after their dogs, and owners letting their dogs go into our food vendor booths. This violates health department laws.

Thank you for your understanding! Service animals on leashes are permitted.

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2021 Season Vendor List

We only have a few vendor spots left for the 2021 season!

Sorry, we are no longer accepting applications for baked goods, candles/scented gifts, juices, skincare, or corporate vendors for the 2021 season.
For more information, email: info@greaterbaltimorechamber.org

Hillside Meadow Farm
vegetables, fruit, beef, lamb, pork, chicken, eggsMcCleaf’s Orchard
berries, fruits, vegetables, herbs, eggs, apple sauce, cider, honey

Twin Valley Distillers
locally-sourced bourbon, whiskey, rum, vodka, gin & seasonal spirits

Flash Crabcake Company
crabcakes and cream of crab soup

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

Tovavi Falafel
authentic Israeli falafel and french fries
~KOSHER ~

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

Max & Steven’s
premium CBD oil

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

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

Whimxical Wonders Candies Cupcakes
vegan desserts, candies, cupcakes and more

I Love Munchies
homemade popcorn and nut mixes

Home-baked Goods by Diana
homemade pies, jams, and more

Dearheartwood & Design
 NEW for 2021! hand-made cutting boards, cheese and charcuterie boards made from exotic woods from all over the world, including Africa and South America

Moths & Mermaids
NEW for 2021! upcycled, gently used clothing and accessories; some retro and vintage pieces

 Revive Health
alkalizing cold-pressed juices that nourish the body; holistic herbal combinations support the healing process  for a healthy gutOur Greek Market
NEW for 2021! cheeses and extra virgin olive oil from Greece

Miki’s Delight
NEW for 2021! hand-crafted rope baskets, vases, and wall art

Boordy Vineyards
Maryland-made wine from Maryland grown grapes (every other week)

The Mondel Broad Bakery
mondel bread, banana bread, pumpkin bread, cc walnut cake, double chocolate cake, orange cake, blueberry cake, apple cake

Print 27
hand-screened t-shirts, sweatshirts & baseball caps

Natural Skin Nutrition
natural organic skincare; vegan & kosher

New York Life
financial services, college planning, retirement plans, life insurance, long term care products (through Oct Only)

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

Coffee Del Cerro
organic coffee beans from Honduras, whole bean or ground to perfection

The Wright Blades
NEW for 2021! beautifully crafted knives; hunting knives, pocket knives, and tactical gear for the enthusiast

Classique Jewelry
handmade pewter earrings and accessories

 

The Maryland Money Market program is back this year, 2021!

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.

Our Farmers Accept FMNP

We are a Maryland Money Market Participating Farmers Market

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