Poolesville Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market Set To Open on Saturday, May 7

by MCS Staff

The Poolesville Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market is set to open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 7, at 19701 Fisher Ave, commonly known as the Whalen Commons. It’s a locally run farmers market full of produce, art, soaps, meat and much more. “Come by to see our fun vendors or just to experience the town.”

Vendors include:

Tamara’s Bites: Not only is she a wonderful mother, chef Tamara works all week to provide our market with the best baked goods! Based in Dickerson Maryland. Tamara makes sweet treats that are guaranteed to make any dinner party, special occasion, or even cheat meal simply amazing.

Jack Flint: A local farmer specializing in organic table crops, specialty greens, and “Rainbow eggs”

Gracefully Rustic Woodworks: Phil Brower is locally based in Poolesville. Specializing in rustic reclaimed wood decor and live edge charcuterie and cutting boards. All wood is locally sourced. Custom orders welcome.

Max’s Microgreens: Based directly in the heart of Poolesville Maryland, Max’s Microgreens, is a must see stand. Owner Max Knight is a Poolesville High School graduate who loves trying new things, after extensive research on microgreens he kickstarted an amazing business at only 18!

Hen & Hearth: Nestled in the heart of the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve, Hen & Hearth kitchen produces an extensive variety of baked goods, capable of fulfilling large or small scale orders. Molding her extensive culinary expertise with hearty, rustic, farm fresh ingredients from local agricultural producers, chef Wendland can customize products to your operational needs.

Savage Acres Farm: Located just outside Poolesville in Dickerson, MD, just off route 28 on a multi-generational family farm. Savage acres provides local beef, pork, and chicken from farm to the plate. They also produce heritage corn flour straight from their field. Corn grown on the farm, ground into fresh corn flour and corn meal. Available in heritage blue and red as well. Grassfed, all-natural beef raised on the farm. Grab some burgers for your grill or a steak to celebrate. Offering pork and chicken as well.
DJ The Baker: My name is Hasan Cumberbatch. Growing up, I often watched my mom in the kitchen preparing meals; whether it was breakfast, lunch or dinner. The aroma of the foods was always quite interesting and often made me stay in the kitchen. I was encouraged to add spices and other flavors to the tasty home cooked meals and soon I was trying things on my own. I became very interested in cooking.
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