• Community Fun
  • Crafts and Homemade Items
  • Fresh and Cut Flowers
  • Local Fresh Fruit
  • Local Farm Grown Vegetables
  • Local People. Local Produce. Hampstead Community.

  • Unique one of a kind handmade crafts.

  • Locally fresh cut or potted grown flowers.

  • Juicy ripe locally grown fresh fruit.

  • Produce picked fresh from the fields for your table.

 

Welcome to the Hampstead Farmers' Market

The Hampstead Farmers' Market opened for the 2014 season on Saturday, June 7, 2014, for its 5th exciting season!  Hours of operation are 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.  The Market is located at 1341 N. Main Street, Hampstead, MD 20174, on the carnival grounds of the Hampstead Volunteer Fire Department.

"DEMONSTRATION DAY" at the Hampstead Farmers' Market
Saturday, July 26, 2014 from 9 am to 12 noon

Special appearance by Mr. Jim Maness, a member of Carroll County's Blacksmith Guild, who will bring his forge and demonstrate basic blacksmithing techniques.  Find him along the fence near the Market House.

Ms. Chris Edwards will show us how to spin wool into yarn.  She's a friend of Ron and Sherry Jones, of Rustic Meadows Farm, and will be located in their tent on the parking lot side of the field.

Ms. Ann Boyles will be representing Carroll Hospital Center, and provide information and timely tips on sun safety.  She'll be located in the midway.

Visit all our regular vendors, too!  We've encouraged them to bring pictures of their home and/or farm operations so you can see what they do to get their products "on the table" for you to buy.  Some may even be able to demonstrate what they do.  It's always fun to watch other people work, right?!  See you on July 26!

 

                 LOCAL!             SEASONAL!            FRESH!

That is what the Hampstead Farmers' Market is -- Local!   Seasonal!  and Fresh!

But what does that mean?  Well, at the Hampstead Farmers' Market, it means that if our local farmers do not grow it, you will not find it here.  If it is not yet in season, you will not find it here.  Several of our farmers are not even here yet because their crops are not ready.  Remember how rainy it was in the Spring?  Well, that affected the planting schedule for farmers.

Our local farmers are from Carroll County, Baltimore County and Lower Pennsylvania.  When they have eggplant, tomatoes and corn, then YOU will have it.  There's a "What's in Season" tab here on the website.  Check it out!

Don't see what you want at the Market?  Ask us!

 

 

 We want to welcome the following new vendors who have committed to the entire 2014 Hampstead Farmers' Market season:

   Connie and Rob Grill of Faithful Friends Farm on Black Rock Road will offer fresh eggs (from their 300 chickens!), broilers, and fresh garden herbs.

   Larry and Caroline Foreman of Hampstead make beautifully scented soaps that are packaged ready for gift-giving!

   Juliana Dixon of Spoutwood Farm in Glen Rock, PA, will offer produce, snowfruit, and value-added products from the farm.

  Shirley Sill of Upperco hand makes fragrant soy candles and is eager to explain the benefits of soy candles to her customers.

   Matthew and Lisa Myers of Maple Grove Road in Hampstead are the "berry" people this year!  They will offer strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, currants, and other produce from their farm.

   Everblossom Farm from East Berlin, PA, is the Hampstead Market's first certified organic produce vendor.  Come and welcome owner and farmer, Elaine Lemmon (and her lovely assistant, Kelly) to Hampstead!

       And last, but not least, make sure you visit our new breakfast vendor, Ms. Kelly Carey, owner and operator of "Dewey's Dogs."  Kelly will offer hotdogs, breakfast sausage, snacks and beverages.

  

Now, remember, friends, all of our vendors are not able to attend every Saturday, so if one of your favorites is missing any given morning, don't fret -- they'll be back!

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Check our Facebook page (link at the right) for weekly Market pictures.

Vendors are still being sought for the 2014 Market.  Check the "Become a Vendor" tab at the top of the page for an application form & guidelines.  2014 Vendor forms are available on-line now.