Thanksgiving 2015 Visitor's Guide To BaltimoreIf you are headed into Baltimore from out of town, or even if you are a Baltimore resident looking for some alternatives to sitting around, eating and watching football on the television this Thanksgiving, why not give one or more of these awesome local activities a try while you happen to have some time (and calories) to burn?
Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar Cancelled SundayAnother Baltimore mainstay cancelled in light of several demonstrations planned for this weekend in the city.
Sunday, April 12, 2015The Farmers' Market is back under the JFX! Also, rose wine is back in season.
Baltimore's Farmers' Market Returns In AprilBaltimore's Farmers' Market will return on April 5 from 7 a.m. until the items sell out.
Sunday, November 23, 2014Baltimore's Farmers' Market is busy today as people do their Thanksgiving shopping. Also, we have cocktails to serve during Thanksgiving dinner!
Baltimore Officials Held Holiday Food GiveawayOfficials in Baltimore are giving away fresh produce to residents to encourage them to eat healthy during the holidays.
Baltimore Farmers' Market Reopens For 2014 SeasonSpring is in the air and the best place to stock up on fruit and veggies is under the JFX.
Friday, April 4, 2014Don Scott and Marty Bass had "Coffee With" Shailene Woodley. Gigi Barnett had "People Are Talking" about the Baltimore Farmers' Market.
Local Markets To Buy Organic Food In BaltimoreAfter you make the jump to an all-natural, "green" diet, the next step is to find places to buy your food. Here are some places to start in the Baltimore area.
Baltimore Farmers' Market Has Busiest Day Of 2013Just in time for the holiday season, the Baltimore Farmers' Market has hit full stride.
'Gather Baltimore' Gives Away More Than 30,000 Pounds Of FoodHelping the hungry, one veggie at a time. On Sunday, "Gather Baltimore" gave away more than 30,000 pounds of free produce on Bond Street.
Baltimore Farmers' Market Opens For Another SeasonA steel drum band, festive atmosphere and lots of local food can only mean the Baltimore Farmers' Market is back in full swing.