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Kenilworth Farmers' Market

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OUTDOOR KENILWORTH FARMERS’ MARKET OPEN FOR SEASON

Fourth annual market brings produce, meats, and more from farms to family tables

Freshly picked apples, hand-made cheeses, mouth-watering strawberries, and pasture-raised chicken and pork – These are just a few of the locally grown foods that are now available weekly at the Fourth Annual Kenilworth Farmers’ Market, starting this May, at The Shops at Kenilworth, in Towson. The area’s producer-only market has established a reputation for the high quality as well as great breadth of its offerings from local and certified organic farmers. Every Tuesday, shoppers can discover a complete selection of foods – from fruits and vegetables to eggs, milk, cheese, and meats. In addition, specialty vendors offer live plants and fresh-cut flowers, honey and delicacies made from honey, as well as homemade jams and preserves. And, to complement the meal, Baltimore-based Atwater’s sells an array of hand-shaped breads and pies. There’s something local and fresh at Kenilworth for everyone at the dinner table this season!

Participating farmers and vendors include: Atwater’s, Audias Farm North, Bees By The Bay, Belvedere Farm, Calvert’s Gift Farm, Cedar Hill Farm, Glenville Hollow Farms, One Straw Farm, Rare Opportunity Farm, Talmar Gardens, Three Springs Fruit Farm, and Windlass Run Farms.

For the convenience of shoppers, the Farmers’ Market has returned to its original location in the parking lot of The Shops at Kenilworth adjacent to Atwater’s. More
information is available by visiting http://www.theshopsatkenilworth.com
or by visiting the Kenilworth Farmers’ Market on Facebook.

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