Embrace and Celebrate Maryland’s Buy Local Challenge with Farm-Fresh, Locally Grown Foods at the July 27th Mount Airy Main Street Farmers’ Market!
We’re here for you Mount Airy! Come embrace and celebrate Maryland’s Buy Local Challenge this Wednesday, July 27, with us at the Mount Airy Main Street Farmers’ Market, 3-7pm!
A Maryland’s Best Agriculture farmers’ market, the Mount Airy Main Street Farmers’ Market is where you will find all the great locally grown and/or produced foods and more … all in one place … a place where you can stop to buy local, eat fresh and stay a while to enjoy our open air market and the lively old-time acoustic music!
What is the Buy Local Challenge? The Buy Local Challenge is a personal commitment to support farms by eating local this week. And, we hope you will do just that at the Mount Airy Main Street Farmers’ Market! And, you’re at the market, take a stroll down the Old Main Line Rails-to-Trails section that leads down to Watkin’s Park!
Come on down to the market this Wednesday where you will find our farmers and producers with their local farm-fresh foods and goods, plus listen the good old-time acoustic music performed by Darla Jean and the Somethin’ or Others.
The market is located in the Railyard behind the historic Mount Airy train station at 3 North Main Street, Mount Airy and is convenient to parking in the Municipal Parking Lot off of Park Avenue and in the Bank Parking Lot across Main Street.
Rain or Shine ... this week's farmers and producers are:
Willow Creek Manor Farming - Get your "garden salad" (fixin's) and a whole lot more at Willow Creek Manor Farm! Our local Certified-Organic farm out of New Windsor brought Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Grape Tomatoes, Turnips, Radishes, Scallions, Spring Onions, Summer Squash, Patti Pan Squash, Eight Ball Squash, Romaine Hearts, Lettuce Mix, Sugar Snap Peas, Black Raspberries and More in the last weeks! On their nearby New Windsor farm, one of the largest certified-organic farms in Maryland, the Snyder family grows Tomatoes, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Radishes, Pie Pumpkins, Turnips, Beets, Green Squash, Pan Squash, 10 different Winter Squash, Herbs, Potatoes and so much more naturally grown goodness.
Five Points Farm Market & Greenhouse – This week Five Points is bringing Cut flowers and more! Five Points Farm Market and Greenhouse accepts WIC FMNP and Senior FMNP Checks for fruits and vegetables.
Tomatoes (Red and Yellow), Heirloom Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Beans (Green and Yellow),
Sweet Corn (Bi-Color), Beets, Squashes (Patty-Pan and Yellow Zucchini), New potatoes
Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Peppers (Sweet & Hot!), Candy Onions, Garlic; Peaches (White and Yellow freestone); White Nectarines; Yellow Plums and Blueberries.
Pong’s Orchard – Pongs Orchard, Howard County's "Secret Garden" located in Fulton, Maryland, will have Shiro plums, Blueberries, nectarines, yellow peaches. Pong’s Orchard is well-known for growing Citrus Plants, exotic fruits and their Asian pears along with other fruits of the season. As the season grows strong, Pong’s Orchard will bring their locally grown fruit - Asian Pears, Peaches, Plums, Nectarines, Figs, Apples and More! Pong’s Orchard accepts WIC FMNP and Senior FMNP checks for their farm-fresh, locally grown and nutritious fruit.
East Rivendell Farm** – Family-owned and operated in Damascus, MD, East Rivendell Farm offers a variety of seasonally, naturally grown (chemical and GMO free), farm-fresh veggies, goats milk soaps and lotions plus so much more! East Rivendell Farm is scheduled to come to the market this Wednesday, July 27 and again on August 24.
The Meat Shack at Strohmer's Farm - The Meat Shack at Strohmer's Farm! They are having a Sausage Special!!! Pre-Order 5 Packs for $30 of any kind! Give the Strohmers a call at 410-922-5060 before 2PM tomorrow to take advantage of this special offer! The Meat Shack at Strohmer’s Farm regularly brings Pork, Beef, Goat and a Plentiful Supply of Duck and Chicken Eggs!
Whispering Breeze Farm - This Taneytown-based farm owned by Brower family has some of the best local cheese around! From their herd of lovely dairy cows, you may find the following cheeses at the market this season: Hard Cheese ‐ Raw Milk Cheese: Cheddar, Garlic & Chive, Smoked Cheddar, Italian, Bacon Dill, Smoked Bacon Dill, Jalapeno; Wine Cheese (seasonal): Merlot Cheddar, Raspberry Cheddar; Pasteurized Milk Cheese:Gouda, Swiss, Buffalo Ranch Cheddar, Havarti, Caraway Havarti – … The Perfect Pairing … Pair your Whispering Breeze Farm Cheeses with Linganore’s selection of Wines!!!
Frey’s Brewing Company - a select brew from Frey's Brewery Collection - what could it be? Last week it was Frey's Brewing Company with local Mount Airy brewed ales! Come every week to pick up your four pack of Jenny's Sister (Barley Wine Ale), or cover your "6" with a six-pack of Shark a Cat (Farmhouse Red Saison Ale), Obscene Dreams (Farmhouse Sour Weiss Beer), Pussy Pilot Parade (Black Rye IPA). Veteran-owned, locally brewed, local hops
Furnace Hills Coffee – The last few weeks Furnace Hills Coffee had dollar shots ... shots of espresso, that is! Wonder what Regina will have this week? Furnace Hills offers a variety of freshly roasted and ground pound bags of coffee plus freshly brewed Hot and Cold Coffee Drinks and Burlap Hand Bags.
The Kombucha Lady (of Dodson's Promised Land Farm) - Delicious flavors of Kombucha - The Kombucha Lady, Liz Dodson, will be bringing a variety of freshly made Kombucha, a fermented tea (a probiotic) made with seasonal fruits and white or black teas. Delicious and Healthy too!
Made by Jayde – She’s so creative! Jayde’s been bringing a variety of baked goods including cookies and scones. Stop by to see what Jayde made this week! She’s bringing her creativity with a bit of “Local Lore” this Wednesday with a “MacKenzie, the Mount Airy Caboose” Sugar Cookie! Come get ‘em! (Jayde and her daughter, Eryn, take care of the “Kid’s Zone” too!)
The Dough Whisperer - Stop by the Dough Whisperer for your freshly baked Breads, Cakes, Pies, Muffins, Cookies, Granola and other delicious baked desserts!
The Pizza Llama – Woodfired Pizza! – Wonder what Andrew will make this week with the fresh, locally grown ingredients found at market? Last week he made The Willow Creek. It was made with fresh local certified organic ingredients straight from Willow Creek Manor Farming!
Cryin’ Johnnies** – Cryin’ Johnnies will be Hot Doggin’ at the Mount Airy Main Street Farmers’ Market this Wednesday… Come get your Naked Dog or Dress your Dog ("dawg") up with some Ketchup & Mustard, have it with crab, chili and your way … and Hurley’s way … any way you have your dog, your “dog gonna” love it!
Snowie of Maryland** – Flavored Shaved Ice … Snow Cones! You Crave It, We Shave It! Snowie!
Stone Edge Sharpening** – Tired of using those dull kitchen knives ... well, fret no more, because Stone Edge Sharpening will sharpen them up for you! Have problems getting that nicely cut lawn, Brian Lindsey of Stone Edge will sharpen up your lawn mower blades too!
Stress Recess LLC at Wellness Point** – Come relieve that summertime stress at the market this Wednesday with some good ol’ massage therapy with Marissa Johnson, a licensed massage therapist. Stress Recess will be joining us this Wednesday, July 27th an again on August 10th, 24th and September 7th.
Steve’s Barnwood** – a new addition the market last week, Steve’s Barnwood will be bringing some really creative rustic barn décor, signs and more …. All great for decorating your own home and/as gifts!
Local Community – Local Music
Rails-to-Trails Walk - Trek down to Watkin’s Park and back to the Railyard on our 1/3-mile beautiful Mount Airy Rails-to-Trails line. And then, stay a while, buy local, eat fresh and enjoy!
Music at the Market: 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Music at the Market: Listen to the down-home old-time acoustic music performed by our local band, "Darla Jean & the Somethin’ or Others" this Wednesday afternoon, July 27th from 4-6pm!
Make it Memorable on Mount Airy's Main Street! Tour. Shop. Dine. Enjoy!
Have you been on Main to tour, shop, dine and enjoy all that our Town's Main Street has to offer? Have you been to The Upper Deck? It’s a great place to unwind, enjoy some good food and have a great time with friends shooting pool or throwing darts! Located off just off South Main (above Cryin’ Johnnies), you gonna love The Upper Deck!
The Mount Airy Main Street Farmers' Market was formed in 2007 and is a production of the Mount Airy Main Street Association. The 2016 Mount Airy Main Street Farmers' Market runs on Wednesdays, June 1-September 7, 2016, 3 - 7 p.m. It is located in the historic Town of Mount Airy, Maryland in the parking area behind the historic Mount Airy train station and nearby the Blossom and Basket Boutique at 3 North Main Street, Mount Airy, MD 21771. To learn about the Mount Airy Main Street Farmers' Market, please visit MountAiryMainStreetFarmersMarket.Weebly.com or follow us on Facebook