Baltimore Farmers’ Market
Do you sell locally grown, home-baked, or handmade items? Join us at the Baltimore Farmers Market!
Vendors at the Baltimore Farmers Market can join us for one day or the whole season! A one-day vendor space costs only $5 and can even be purchased the day of the market. Simply choose the “One-Day Vendor Space” option and pay for one or multiple market days based on your upcoming availability. You can also pay for a space for the whole season. In 2020, this season pass covers 18 market days (from June 2 through September 29) and costs only $50 dollars. Just choose the “Whole-Season Vendor Space” option and pay for your season pass.
If you have questions about vendor space availability, prices, or payment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, message @BaltimoreFarmersMarket on Facebook, or join us at the market and chat with one of our volunteers!
Note: If you own a food truck or your community organization would like to join us at the market, please contact us to get set up!
One-day Vendor Space
Pay for one or multiple vendor days at $5 each day.
Whole-season Vendor Space
This season pass covers 18 market days for only $50.
The Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 and conducted for years in the old town square at the Basil end of downtown. For years the market was under the leadership of Jean Might; however, limited space and parking were an issue.
Other locations such as Basil Park and the elementary school were tried before the market ceased operation. Due to popular demand, the market made a return in 2017 under the guidance of Nicole Rocco. The resurrected market now held at Ace Hardware has been a big success with produce, baked goods, crafts, and food trucks on Tuesday evenings.
The Farmers’ Market now runs from early June to late September. Vendors bring a various mix of produce, meat, honey, baked goods and other foods, jewelry, crafts, bath/beauty items and sometimes wine. Along with our vendors, the Farmers’ Market includes food trucks, picnic area, a children’s corner, featured demonstrations and special giveaways.
Anyone interested in helping organize or being a part of the next Farmers’ Market season should email the BDRC at: email@example.com
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BALTIMORE DOWNTOWN RESTORATION
The BDRC is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization in the
Village of Baltimore, Ohio.