THURSDAYS 4 pm to 8 pm

June 20 - October 31

Bank St & Highland Ave
(Parking Lot of Abbott Church)

Tuesday

Opening Market: June 20

2013 Highlandtown Farmers' Market OPENS!

Check out our first market of the season at our 
NEW SITE
BANK ST & HIGHLAND AVE


 

Blueberries  •  Shaded Market Site  •  Strawberries




Kahl Family Farm  •  Jukai Juice  •  Black Rock Orchard




Yes, cherries are in season...and there are even HEIRLOOM TOMATOES!




1 comment:

  1. Good Evening,

    I'm interested in playing music at your market. You market was recommended by several vendors at Catonsville and Hamilton-Lauraville Markets. For the past two summers, I have enjoyed playing my music at markets and craft fairs in the DMV and working with the FRESHFARM Market network in Annapolis.
    (http://www.freshfarmmarket.org/). I have more confirmed dates and an exciting summer on the horizon. Please consider joining the lineup for my 2013 Farmer's Market Tour! http://www.queenearth.com/2013/06/queenearths-farmers-market-tour-2013/

    I have attached my best YouTube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNmDJst_Tb8. I can bring my own equipment, and I always play at a volume conducive to commerce and communication between patrons and vendors. I hope you will consider my inquiry. Please let me know if you need any more information. Thank you for your time,
    QueenEarth

    412-310-0664


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    QueenEarth (Melissa Smith) is a singer/songwriter, college professor, and creative professional. After earning a Masters degree in Liberal Studies from Loyola University in 2007, she began her career in higher education administration in residential life, student activities, and multicultural affairs. Following a lifelong dream, she found herself immersed in the music scene in Baltimore. In addition to performing her music, she has combined her passions to create courses, programs, and events that encourage social justice advocacy alongside creative studies and liberal arts. She currently teaches as an adjunct faculty member at local community colleges in English and Continuing Education. She works as a teaching artist for after school programs, summer/winter camps, professional development workshops and offers private and online instruction for creativity and guitar students. An avid interdisciplinary learner, QueenEarth finds the greatest joy when she can bring her experience together to further life skills, education, music, and creativity.
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