Cross-posted from my Examiner.com farmers market site.
Cheverly Community Market
8am to Noon
Cheverly Community Center
6401 Forest Road, Cheverly, MD
Market dates: May 29
June 12, June 26,
July 10, July 24,
August 7, August 21,
September 4, September 18,
October 2, October 16, October 30
The Cheverly Community Market opens Saturday, May 29, with old and new favorites. Unique offerings include fresh-brewed coffee, wine, and seafood.
The market has announced a tantalizing list of vendors and performers:
ChvBrew is back, providing hot coffee.
Charles and Kelly of Cheverly’s Hot Noodles will be back from last year to entertain as the market’s own house band.
Cheverly Breadbasket will have chips and fresh salsa for those who have been missing them all winter. This is in addition to the regular selection of freshly baked, organic breads and baguettes. (Organizers recommend you come early to get first choice of your favorite pastries). In addition to the wildly popular chocolate espresso cookies, the Breadbasket will have coconut macaroons and lemon cooler cookies.
Cookies to Cocktails is back, and Liz Esposito has had all winter to perfect her cookie creations.
CHV Gardens/Garden Club/CCM will be sharing a table selling tomatoes and herbs as a joint fundraiser.
New Starts Farm will have:
- Ten different herbs in 3 and 4 inch pots.
- Hot and sweet peppers
- Several varieties of tomato, including Brandywine and beefsteak
- Flowers, including double pink impatience, geraniums, dwarf sunflowers, perennial pacific giant delphiniums, rudbeckia, several varieties of sun coleus, and roses
- A few special hanging baskets of angel wing begonia combinations
- Basignani Winery offers Baltimore County’s fine wine. Try Erik’s Big Zin for outdoor parties!
- White Rose Farms, a new vendor, is coming with lettuces, peas, radishes, and other vegetables, along with strawberries.
Also, free-range pork sausage, pork chops, and ham slices
Radix Farms, another new vendor, will have spicy braising mix, greens, turnips, garlic scapes, and other vegetables, as well as seedlings (tomatoes, chili peppers, basil, parsley, and swiss chard).
Reberts Farm is bringing all the spring favorites: strawberries, rhubarb, and asparagus
Shlagel Farms, with farmer Eileen, a familiar market face, will have herbs, strawberries, spring onions, eggs, bedding plants, and hanging baskets.
Two Oceans, a new vendor, adds wild and fresh frozen seafood:
- Smoked and fresh keta salmon
- Sockeye salmon fillets
- Ahi tuna portions
- Mahi portions
- New England dry scallops
- and Chesapeake rockfish fillets
Another new vendor is Simply Sausage. They will be grilling and sampling a selection of artisan sausages for your weekend breakfast and backyard barbecue.
And more old favorites:
-Circle C Oyster Ranch