As many know, farmers markets
have been labeled an essential business during this time of lock down. Our farmers
have been working hard to keep our local resident’s homes stocked with fresh produce, meats, cheeses, eggs, honey, coffee and desserts. The next few weeks we’ll be celebrating the markets
with the Buy Local Challenge and then National Farmers Market
Week. Find out more about both below.Buy Local Challenge
Don’t miss the 2020 Maryland Buy Local Week, July 18th through July 26th! Take the pledge and post your fun finds with the #BuyLocalChallenge
on Facebook or Instagram for a chance to win a prize. Check out the website at https://www.buylocalchallenge.com/
for recipes and more information.
National Farmers Market Week
National Farmers Market Week will be August 2-8 and we really can’t do a lot this year other than ask that you take pictures of your purchases when you get home and on Facebook, Instagram with #LoveMyMarket #FarmersMarketWeek and #FarmersMarketsAreEssential. Of course, don’t forget to mention where you made the purchases. 😉
We are in need of volunteers to help guide our customers through the market between 8:45am to 12:15pm! If you or anyone you know would be willing to help for a few hours, please click HERE or email Scarlet at firstname.lastname@example.org. All volunteers must be 18 years or older.
The Market‘s Covid-19 guidelines
1 lb. bags of Guatemalan Coffee in Light, Medium or Dark Roast both ground and whole bean ($10.00 per bag)
You can purchase at the market or by emailing Jose at: email@example.com
Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery
From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Family owned Sharrah Orchard is located in Orrtanna, Pennsylvania near Gettysburg.
Nate would be happy to take your order online HERE but you can also purchase at the market
Victory Chapel Family Farm
At Victory Chapel Family Farms our honey is produced sustainably and locally in the Washington Metro area. The bees forage local multi- floral nectar sources. Raw honey is extracted from the honeycomb without heat or filtration, and packaged immediately, thus capturing all the flavor and aroma of honey. Currently we only have 1 pound containers of honey priced at $10.00 per pound. You can purchase at the market or order online at Local Honey
Waltz Family Farm
Jay and Laurie Waltz
Waltz Family Farm, selling our meats at farm markets and the Valley Co-op of Hagerstown.
You can purchase online at: https://www.farmmatch.com/ or at the market
Weeping Willow Bake Shop
Weeping Willow offers delicious baked goods
Order on her website at weepingwillowbakeshop.com or at the market