For a second year, the Towson Farmer's Market is moving from its traditional spot on Allegheny Avenue for its last three weeks.
In consideration of area merchants during the upcoming holiday season, the market is relocating to the Washington Avenue streetscape between Chesapeake and Pennsylvania avenues on Nov. 1, according to a Towson Chamber of Commerce newsletter. The hours—10:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays—will remain the same.
The market, which is in it's 32nd season features fresh produce, flowers, wine and ready-to-eat items. It runs until Nov. 17.