The Beet

Your Weekly Pikesville Farmers Market Newsletter

Week of June 7

Thanks to all of our customers for a great opening day on June 2! #shoplocal #shopfresh


June 30: the Pikesville Farmers Market will honor our FRONTLINE HEROES with specials from our vendors--this includes healthcare workers, first responders, and veterans. Check our website and Facebook for updates.

TBA: The PFM will be giving away one free reusable market bag per household this summer! You want to get your hands on one!

Please know that our first priority is your safety and slowing the transmission of COVID-19 while making sure our community has access to fresh local produce. Our market will adhere to the highest standards for COVID19 protection. Please read our Guidelines for Shopping at the Farmers Market below.

We look forward to seeing you every Tuesday!


Beth Rheingold, POM Chamber President

Harvey Siegel, PFM Market Manager

#ShopLocal #LoveMyFarmersMarket

Sponsored by the Pikesville-Owings Mills Regional Chamber of Commerce, Baltimore County Department of Planning, and our corporate partners.

Guidelines for Shopping at the Pikesville Farmers Market

During COVID19, open-air farmers markets are considered safer than grocery stores.

Thank you for understanding that there will be no food samples at the market this season. Our vendors will be taking every precaution to maintain the highest standards of sanitation and food safety during the pandemic. We have been in regular communication with our vendors since March. Vendors will use hand sanitizer regularly, wear gloves and masks, and individually arrange for pre-orders with customers as available. Some vendors will have different protocols based on their products for your safety. Thank you in advance for paying attention to signage and directions.

The CDC guidelines for staying healthy during the novel coronavirus pandemic apply to visiting the Pikesville Farmers Market. We will abide by these guidelines to eliminate potential COVID-19 transmission. There will be only one entrance to the market and two exits. Please follow signage and one-way lanes for your safety.

These steps apply to vendors, managers, and shoppers:

  • Follow simple CDC rules for washing hands and not touching your face.
  • If you are feeling sick, stay home.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from one another at all times.
  • Sanitize hands coming into the market and frequently while shopping. We will have sanitation stations placed at the entrance.
  • Be patient with one another and vendors with lines due to distancing.
  • If at all possible, leave your children at home and if you cannot, ask a friend if they can shop for you.
  • Enter from the Northside of the market ONLY, marked ENTRANCE.
  • Follow the arrows for one-way lanes within the market.
  • Exit only from the two areas marked EXIT.
  • Do not go between vendor booths for the safety of our vendors.
  • Avoid gathering and congregating.
  • Know what you want to get before you arrive. For your own health, do not linger at the market. Leave as soon as you have what you need.
  • Do not touch products & produce unless you intend to purchase them.
  • Customers are not allowed to occupy the 5-foot spaces maintained between booths.
  • Are you a senior citizen or considered at a higher risk for contracting coronavirus? Arrive early before the crowds form or consider skipping the market altogether. Consider asking a friend to shop for you. -Adapted from the Maryland Farmers Market Association

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Community Resources

2020 Market Vendors

New Vendors are marked with an asterik *


Hillside Meadow Farm

produce, fruit, beef, lamb, pork, chicken, eggs, mushrooms

McCleaf's Orchard

fruits, vegetables, herbs, eggs, apple sauce, cider, honey

Meats & Sides


purveyors of fine kosher meats, poultry, fish and eggs at unbeatable prices

Pat's King of Pickles

10 delicious varieties of pickles, from dill to sweet & spicy

Hot Food & Cold Treats

Flash Crabcake Company

crabcakes and cream of crab soup

Tovavi Falafel

KOSHER falafel, french fries & sides

Your Traveling Chef

freshly made food, varies week to week

can include: fish, wraps, soup, potato salad, drinks, etc.

Kona Ice

flavored shaved ice

Wine & Spirits

Boordy Vineyards

Maryland-made wine from Maryland grown grapes

Twin Valley Distillers*

locally-sourced bourbon, whiskey, rum, vodka, gin & seasonal spirits

Baked Goods

The Mondel Broad Bakery

mondel bread, banana bread, pumpkin bread, cc walnut cake,

double chocolate cake, orange cake, blueberry cake, apple cake

Whimxical Wonders Candies Cupcakes and Confections*
vegan desserts, candies, cupcakes and confections

Balti Marons*

locally baked French Macarons, customizable colors and flavors to meet your cravings!

Medical Cannabis & CBD Oil

Max & Steven's*

CBD oil

Health & Beauty

Chiropractic Works*

return to a healthy, pain-free lifestyle

Lil' Ria Natural Soaps*

natural, handmade soaps, soy candles, sugar scrubs & whipped skin butters

Natural Skin Nutrition*

natural organic skincare; vegan & kosher

Zoetic Wellness

jewelry, gifts, crystals, and more


Kitchen Saver
kitchen remodeling


Beltway Merch*

specializing in handmade belts, dog collars, leashes, cat collars, key chains, & hair accessories all made from our exclusive designs in Baltimore

Bespoke Creations*

custom drinkware and gifts

Print 27

hand-screened t-shirts, sweatshirts & baseball caps


Women's apparel and facemasks made from soft, light, moisture-wicking, easy wear, and easy-care fabric.


Baltimore Dog Bakery*

all-natural vegetarian dog treats, with no additives or preservatives; easy on a dog’s digestive system



Baltimore Jewish Living magazine

The Residence at Pomona Park

some of the largest apartments in Pikesville

New York Life

financial services, college planning, retirement plans, life insurance, long term care products

These vendors hope to join us later in the season:

Great Shoals Winery

local wine & hard cider

The Living Room

information on medical cannabis

Therapeutic Foster Care @ Kennedy Krieger Institute

promotional handouts about the program, recruiting foster care parents for children/teens with special needs

University of Maryland - Market to Mealtime

encourage the consumption of fruits and vegetables

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Tuesdays, 2-6pm @ Pomona Square

June-December 2020

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