Market Newsletter: September 26, 2020

Vol. 6 Issue 22

We are moving right into fall and it’s hard to believe we’ll have only nine more weeks!Great news!  Waltz Family Farm will be offering turkeys again from the same farm like last year!  Look here for more details….

Also, Twin Valley Distillers will be a permanent fixture at the market for the remainder of the season!  Looking forward to having them with us!

As the market continues we would like to remind our customers that they must wear a mask the entire time they are at the market.  We also need to ask that you tell the vendors what your order will be and they will pick it out for you.  It’s for everyone’s health and safety.

Volunteers Needed
We are in need of volunteers to help guide our customers through the market between 8:45am to 1:00pm!  If you or anyone you know would be willing to help for a few hours, email Scarlet at hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market‘s Covid-19 guidelines
We are following the guidelines set up by the City of College Park.  They can be found here: https://www.collegeparkmd.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=165

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂
Our Vendors:

Alcoba Coffee
Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Backyard Boogie Gardens and Baking
Dylan Banker

Backyard farmers with fresh seasonal produce, micro-greens, herbs, & freshly baked goods
Click HERE to see a list of their products.  Or check them out on Facebook @backyardboogiegardens


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market. Calvert Farm takes FMNP coupons.
Calvert’s website is: http://www.calvertfarm.com/ and you can always reach Farmer Pam at: farmer@calvertfarm.com or Facebook @CalvertFarm


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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


Thai Amity Kitchen
Balloon and Peter

Delicious, freshly made Thai food and drinks.
Check out their Facebook page @thaiamitykitchen


Twin Valley Distillers
Edgardo Zuñiga 
They use locally sourced grain to produce the highest quality whiskies, and pride themselves on sustaining the local ecosystem with their farm partners.
Twin Valley Distillers will be at the market on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
Visit their website HERE


Waltz Family Farm
Jay and Laurie Waltz

Waltz Family Farm, raising and selling Beef, Pork, Lamb, Eggs and Cheeses
You can purchase online at: https://www.farmmatch.com/ or at the market

Craft Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram @Dearheartwood

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on
Facebook @hollywoodmarket

Market Newsletter: September 19, 2020

Vol. 6 Issue 21

These last few autumn-like days have been wonderful!  It makes for a wonderful market day.  We hope to see everyone at the market tomorrow! UK food exports are an option if you’ve cornered the local market.

Backyard Boogie Garden and Bakery will not be at the market tomorrow.  They will be back next week.

This weekend, Calvert Farm will have a great selection of produce!
Broccoli, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Lettuces, Green Beans, Boc Choi, Scallions, Acorn Squash,
Butternut Squash, Sweet Peppers, Hot Peppers, Cauliflower – Not Many, Onions, Beets W/ Tops, Carrots W/ Tops, Radish W/ Top, White Potato, Red Potato, Chicken Eggs, Chard, Kale,
Collards, Herbs, Nice Cut Flowers, Some Nice Plants, Succulents, Spaghetti Squash, New England Blue Hubbard Squash, Delicata Squash, Mushrooms, And Much More

As the market continues we would like to remind our customers that they must wear a mask the entire time they are at the market.  We also need to ask that you tell the vendors what your order will be and they will pick it out for you.  It’s for everyone’s health and safety.

Volunteers Needed
We are in need of volunteers to help guide our customers through the market between 8:45am to 1:00pm!  If you or anyone you know would be willing to help for a few hours, email Scarlet at hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market’s Covid-19 guidelines
We are following the guidelines set up by the City of College Park.  They can be found here: https://www.collegeparkmd.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=165

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:

Alcoba Coffee
Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Backyard Boogie Gardens and Baking
Dylan Banker

Backyard farmers with fresh seasonal produce, micro-greens, herbs, & freshly baked goods
Click HERE to see a list of their products.  Or check them out on Facebook @backyardboogiegardens


Calvert Farm Pam Stegall
Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market. Calvert Farm takes FMNP coupons.
Calvert’s website is: http://www.calvertfarm.com/ and you can always reach Farmer Pam at: farmer@calvertfarm.com or Facebook @CalvertFarm


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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


Thai Amity Kitchen
Balloon and Peter

Delicious, freshly made Thai food and drinks.
Check out their Facebook page @thaiamitykitchen


Waltz Family Farm
Jay and Laurie Waltz

Waltz Family Farm, raising and selling Beef, Pork, Lamb, Eggs and Cheeses
You can purchase online at: https://www.farmmatch.com/ or at the market

Craft Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram @Dearheartwood

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on Facebook @hollywoodmarket

Market Newsletter: September 12, 2020

Vol. 6 Issue 20

We hope you had a wonderful Labor Day Monday.  Thai Amity Kitchen had a great day and are thrilled to be back at the market.  They’ll be back this weekend as well so make sure you stop in early to see them.

Smitty’s Snacks and Twin Valley will be back this weekend!  Looking forward to seeing them again!

As the market continues we would like to remind our customers that they must wear a mask the entire time they are at the market.  We also need to ask that you tell the vendors what your order will be and they will pick it out for you.  It’s for everyone’s health and safety.

Volunteers Needed
We are in need of volunteers to help guide our customers through the market between 8:45am to 1:00pm!  If you or anyone you know would be willing to help for a few hours, email Scarlet at hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market‘s Covid-19 guidelines
We are following the guidelines set up by the City of College Park.  They can be found here: https://www.collegeparkmd.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=165

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:

Alcoba Coffee
Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Backyard Boogie Gardens and Baking
Dylan Banker

Backyard farmers with fresh seasonal produce, micro-greens, herbs, & freshly baked goods
Click HERE to see a list of their products.  Or check them out on Facebook @backyardboogiegardens


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market. Calvert Farm takes FMNP coupons.
Calvert’s website is: http://www.calvertfarm.com/ and you can always reach Farmer Pam at: farmer@calvertfarm.com or Facebook @CalvertFarm


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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

Smitty’s Snacks
Dan Smith

Dan sells peanuts with different seasonings like old bay, habanero, dill pickle, etc.  https://smittyssnacks.com/


Thai Amity Kitchen
Balloon and Peter

Delicious, freshly made Thai food and drinks.
Check out their Facebook page @thaiamitykitchen


Twin Valley Distillers

Edgardo Zuñiga 
They use locally sourced grain to produce the highest quality whiskies, and pride themselves on sustaining the local ecosystem with their farm partners.
Twin Valley Distillers will be at the market on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
Visit their website HERE


Waltz Family Farm
Jay and Laurie Waltz

Waltz Family Farm, raising and selling Beef, Pork, Lamb, Eggs and Cheeses
You can purchase online at: https://www.farmmatch.com/ or at the market

Craft Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram @Dearheartwood

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on
Facebook @hollywoodmarket

Labor Day 2020 Market Newsletter

Happy Labor Day weekend!  We hope everyone can spend a little time relaxing on this long weekend.  In case you’re going to cook out make sure you start at the market for all your grilling needs!  Waltz Family Farm has a great selection of meats for the grill.  Calvert FarmSharrah Orchard and Backyard Boogie have the produce for sides.  Don’t forget about your desserts from Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery.  The Hollywood Market has it all!Victory Chapel Family Farm are taking the weekend off and we’ll see them soon.

Great News!
Thai Amity Kitchen will be back this weekend!!!  We are looking forward to having their delicious meals prepared fresh for us at the market.  Yes, they were supposed to start last weekend but the rain was pretty miserable.  We’ll see them this weekend and they are happy to be back at the market!

As the market continues we would like to remind our customers that they must wear a mask the entire time they are at the market.  We also need to ask that you tell the vendors what your order will be and they will pick it out for you.  It’s for everyone’s health and safety.

Volunteers Needed
We are in need of volunteers to help guide our customers through the market between 8:45am to 1:00pm!  If you or anyone you know would be willing to help for a few hours, email Scarlet at hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market‘s Covid-19 guidelines
We are following the guidelines set up by the City of College Park.  They can be found here: https://www.collegeparkmd.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=165

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂
Our Vendors:

Alcoba Coffee
Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com
Backyard Boogie Gardens and Baking
Dylan Banker

Backyard farmers with fresh seasonal produce, micro-greens, herbs, & freshly baked goods
Click HERE to see a list of their products.  Or check them out on Facebook @backyardboogiegardens


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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


Thai Amity Kitchen
Balloon and Peter

Delicious, freshly made Thai food and drinks.
Check out their Facebook page @thaiamitykitchen


Waltz Family Farm
Jay and Laurie Waltz

Waltz Family Farm, selling our meats at farmers markets and the Valley Co-op of Hagerstown.
You can purchase online at: https://www.farmmatch.com/ or at the market

Craft Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft and prepared food vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram @Dearheartwood

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on
Facebook @hollywoodmarket

August 29, 2020 Market Newsletter

Vol. 6 Issue 18

It is hard to believe that we are nearing the end of August.  It seems like only yesterday that it started.  🙂  School will be (or has already) started back up.  We hope all the children, teachers, and administrators have a wonderful school year even if it’s in the classroom or online.

Great News!
Thai Amity Kitchen will be back this weekend!!!  We are looking forward to having their delicious meals prepared fresh for us at the market.

As the market continues we would like to remind our customers that they must wear a mask the entire time they are at the market.  We also need to ask that you tell the vendors what your order will be and they will pick it out for you.  It’s for everyone’s health and safety.

The market is now open from 9am until 1pm! With meal delivery service, especially as the world continues to observe social distancing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it makes you avoid going shopping regularly. Similarly, the ingredients and cooking instructions delivery services make cooking healthy meals more convenient since there is no preparation involved.

Volunteers Needed
We are in need of volunteers to help guide our customers through the market between 8:45am to 1:00pm!  If you or anyone you know would be willing to help for a few hours, please click HERE or email Scarlet at hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market‘s Covid-19 guidelines
We are following the guidelines set up by the City of College Park.  They can be found here: https://www.collegeparkmd.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=165

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:

Alcoba Coffee
Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Backyard Boogie Gardens and Baking
Dylan Banker

Backyard farmers with fresh seasonal produce, micro-greens, herbs, & freshly baked goods
Click HERE to see a list of their products.  Or check them out on Facebook @backyardboogiegardens


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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


Thai Amity Kitchen
Balloon and Peter

Delicious, freshly made Thai food and drinks.
Check out their Facebook page @thaiamitykitchen


Victory Chapel Family Farm
Lorne Williams

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

Craft Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft and prepared food vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram @Dearheartwood

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on
Facebook @hollywoodmarket

August 22, 2020 Market Newsletter

Vol. 6 Issue 17

Great News!
Thai Amity Kitchen will be joining us again very soon!  We’re super excited to have them back check back here next week to learn when they’ll be at the market.Welcome our Newest Vendor:
This week we welcome Backyard Boogie Gardens from Washington County!  Dylan and Bre will bring a wide variety of produce and fresh breads to our market.  Bre’s breads are made with as much locally sourced ingredients as possible.  We are super excited to have them join us and we hope you will welcome them too.

As the market continues we would like to remind our customers that they must wear a mask the entire time they are at the market.  We also need to ask that you tell the vendors what your order will be and they will pick it out for you.  It’s for everyone’s health and safety.

The market is now open from 9am until 1pm!

Volunteers Needed
We are in need of volunteers to help guide our customers through the market between 8:45am to 1:00pm!  If you or anyone you know would be willing to help for a few hours, please click HERE or email Scarlet at hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market’s Covid-19 guidelines

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:

Alcoba Coffee
Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Backyard Boogie Gardens and Baking
Dylan Banker

Backyard farmers with fresh seasonal produce, micro-greens, herbs, & freshly baked goods
Click HERE to see a list of their products.  Or check them out on Facebook @backyardboogiegardens


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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


Twin Valley Distillers
Edgardo Zuñiga 
They use locally sourced grain to produce the highest quality whiskies, and pride themselves on sustaining the local ecosystem with their farm partners.
Twin Valley Distillers will be at the market on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
Visit their website HERE


Victory Chapel Family Farm
Lorne Williams

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
Renee Atayde

Weeping Willow offers delicious baked goods
Order on her website at weepingwillowbakeshop.com or at the market

Craft and Prepared Food Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft and prepared food vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Find Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram @Dearheartwood
Find Thai Amity Kitchen on Facebook @thaiamitykitchen

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on Facebook @hollywoodmarket
Copyright © 2015 *Hollywood Farmers Market, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
hollywoodmarketcp@gmail.com

Starting Tomorrow, Market will be Open Until 1 PM



Vol. 6 Issue 16

Few machines perform consistently well as Brandt augers. Farmers rely on brandt australia for the best harvesting machinery. Brandt designs and manufactures high-quality equipment that gets the job done quickly so that you can handle the myriad other tasks around the farm that demand your attention. The Geronimo Farm Equipment team is ready to help you find the auger best suited to your farm and answer any questions you have about how to get the most value from it.

Starting this week we will be back to our normal time from 9am until 1pm!

Alcoba Coffee is taking the weekend off and we’ll see them on the 22nd.

As the market continues we would like to remind our customers that they must wear a mask the entire time they are at the market.  We also need to ask that you tell the vendors what your order will be and they will pick it out for you.  It’s for everyone’s health and safety.

Volunteers Needed
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 hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market‘s Covid-19 guidelines

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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
Lorne Williams

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
Renee Atayde

Weeping Willow offers delicious baked goods
Order on her website at weepingwillowbakeshop.com or at the market

Craft and Prepared Food Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft and prepared food vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Find Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram at Dearheartwood
Find Thai Amity Kitchen on Facebook @thaiamitykitchen

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on
Facebook @hollywoodmarket

August 8, 2020 Market Newsletter

Vol. 6 Issue 15

National Farmers Market Week

We are so excited to celebrate National Farmers Market Week August 2-8th with you! Despite challenges never experienced before, the national farmers market community has showcased resilience in our rapidly changing world. Farmers markets have always been a hub for innovation, and we have been at the forefront of adapting rapid solutions to protect staff, customers, and our community in this time of crisis. More than ever before, National Farmers Week is an opportunity to showcase the value of farmers markets in our communities.

We know that Farmers markets are essential businesses—the COVID 19 pandemic made it clear that local food systems with short supply chains are resilient and dependable in making food available to their communities. We also know that farmers markets are safe! Emerging research supports conventional wisdom in that outdoor marketplaces like farmers markets are often safer than alternative indoor retailers due to unlimited air circulation, sunlight, the flexibility to enforce social distancing by spreading out vendors and products, and the innovative strategies market operators have implemented. We wouldn’t be able to continue to operate without our amazing team of market support. 

New Vendors
Welcome Smitty’s Snacks this Saturday! You’ll find a variety of flavored nuts, like Old Bay, mesquite, red habanero and their newest seasoning- Taco. They have a free Saturday this weekend so be sure to stop by!  We may see them again later in the season.
Next weekend we would like to welcome Profish- a DC Seafood Wholesaler.  Make sure to check out next week’s newsletter for more information!

Volunteers Needed
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 hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market’s Covid-19 guidelines

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Please tell the vendors what you would like to order and they will pick the products for you. Please do not touch the produce.  
  • Keep a distance of 6ft between you and the vendor and the next customer. 
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:


Alcoba Coffee

Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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


Smitty Snacks
Dan Smith

Located from Williamsport, Md. A wide variety of flavored peanuts.  Check out their website at smittyssnacks.com


Twin Valley Distillers
Edgardo Zuinga

They locally source their grain to produce the highest quality whiskies, and pride themselves on sustaining the local ecosystem with their farm partners. https://twinvalleyd.com/


Victory Chapel Family Farm
Lorne Williams

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
Renee Atayde

Weeping Willow offers delicious baked goods
Order on her website at weepingwillowbakeshop.com or at the market

Craft and Prepared Food Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft and prepared food vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Find Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram at Dearheartwood
Find Thai Amity Kitchen on Facebook @thaiamitykitchen

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on
Facebook @hollywoodmarket

August 1, 2020 Newsletter

National Farmers Market Week

National Farmers Market Week will begin this Sunday. If you want to support our farmers please take pictures of your purchases when you get home and  post on Facebook, Instagram with #LoveMyMarket #FarmersMarketWeek and #FarmersMarketsAreEssential.  Of course, don’t forget to mention where you made the purchases.

Volunteers Needed
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 hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

Waltz Family Farm has well stocked with Beef, Pork, Lamb, and cheeses.  They will also have a limited availability of chicken this weekend!  The chicken is raised on the farm and fed non-GMO grains.  We are also bringing Chicken this weekend!

The Market‘s Covid-19 guidelines

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Let the vendors shop for you and keep a distance of 6ft between you and the next customer.
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:


Alcoba Coffee

Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Calvert Farm
Pam Stegall

Calvert Farm is a small family farm that uses Eco-sustainable practices.
Farmer Pam would be happy to serve you at the market


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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
Lorne Williams

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
Renee Atayde

Weeping Willow offers delicious baked goods
Order on her website at weepingwillowbakeshop.com or at the market

Craft and Prepared Food Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft and prepared food vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Find Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram at Dearheartwood
Find Thai Amity Kitchen on Facebook @thaiamitykitchen

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on Facebook @hollywoodmarket


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July 25, 2020 Newsletter

Vol. 6 Issue 13

Buy Local Challenge
We hope you were able to participate in this year’s Maryland Buy Local Week.  Don’t forget to 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.  😉

Twin Valley Distillers will be back this weekend.  They are with us the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

Calvert Farm will be unable to attend the market this week.  We’ll see them next week.  Be sure to stop by Sharrah Orchards for seasonal Fruits and Produce.

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 hfmscarlet@gmail.com.  All volunteers must be 18 years or older.

The Market’s Covid-19 guidelines

  • Please enter the market by the charging station and exit by the back corner of MOM’s.  If you want to reenter the market, please go back to the entrance.  This will help us keep customers socially distanced and our market safely organized.
  • If you are coming to the market for just one vendor, please enter the market by the charging station and follow the guidance of our volunteers.
  • Let the vendors shop for you and keep a distance of 6ft between you and the next customer.
  • Thank you for your patience and following our guidelines.
  • Lastly, please continue to wear your masks.  🙂

Our Vendors:


Alcoba Coffee

Jose Castillo
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: jose.castillobeza@yahoo.com


Janelle Aguilera-Daley
Janelle’s Crumb Shoppe Bakery

From Pineapple Upside-down Cake to cupcakes- Janelle makes it all.
Find Janelle on Facebook @janellescrumbshoppebakery or email  janellescrumbshoppebakery@gmail.com


Twin Valley Distillers
Edgardo Zuñiga 
They use locally sourced grain to produce the highest quality whiskies, and pride themselves on sustaining the local ecosystem with their farm partners.
Twin Valley Distillers will be at the market on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
Visit their website HERE


Sharrah Orchard
Nate Sharrah

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
Lorne Williams

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
Renee Atayde

Weeping Willow offers delicious baked goods
Order on her website at weepingwillowbakeshop.com or at the market

Craft and Prepared Food Vendors
For the safety of our vendors, our craft and prepared food vendors will not be at the market this year.  Below is the list of vendors who have a website you can purchase items from in case you are saw something last year.
Designed Naturally: http://www.dnseaglassandmacrame.etsy.com/
Phoeboo Designs: http://phoeboodesigns.com/
Find Dearheart Woodwork on Instagram at Dearheartwood
Find Thai Amity Kitchen on Facebook @thaiamitykitchen

Also, if you are an Instagram user please follow us at hollywood_farmers_market_md or on
Facebook @hollywoodmarket