Stock Up on Seasonal Produce and More at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & BazaarPosted August 27th, 2020
This year has given most people a chance to reflect on changes they can make to increase their health and wellness. The same is true for the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar, which delayed this year’s opening until June to put enhanced health and safety procedures into place for shoppers and vendors alike. However, the market is now up and running again for its 43rd season, which will run through late December.
The Market’s location remains the same, under the JFX at Holliday and Saratoga, with vendors limited to groceries, while prepared foods, wine, and spirits offered on a to-go basis. First Sunday events, cooking demonstrations, and sponsor events are postponed until further notice. Regular customers might notice that parking rules have been relaxed at the nearby Mercy Bunting Garage, and the market’s layout has been reoriented to accommodate a one-way traffic flow. A full list of adaptations and policies is available at the official website.