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June 2, 2010

Another farmers' market

Farmers' market lettuceAnother farmers' market gets going for the season today, this one at a time and location that's convenient for downtown workers.

The market will be open at the Baltimore State Office Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The hours should work for state office employees and others who can pop out to do a little shopping at lunch.

Let's just hope there's room in the office fridge for anything that needs to be kept cold.

This is the second year that the Maryland Departments of General Services, Health and Mental Hygiene, and Agriculture will host the market, at 300 W. Preston St. The market will be open every Wednesday through late October.


Sun file photo by Glenn Fawcett
Posted by Laura Vozzella at 5:19 AM | | Comments (3)


Any info on the farmers market that is supposed to be on Fridays at Hopkins Plaza by the Federal Building? It's supposed to be sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, but I can't find anything more about it besides the signs on the light poles around the plaza.

The farmer's market at Harbor East seems to have gone away. The organization that used to run it doesn't list it anyway in their emails. Anybody know anything?

The Owings Mills Farmers Market is going on Sunday's from 9 AM - 1 PM! Check out

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