Click "Download" above next to Attachments to see our schedule of vendors. Browse over 30 vendors each week - produce, meats (Beef, Pork, Poultry & Goat), milk, cheese, bakery treats, veggie juices, specialty coffees, teas, artisan crafts and more ...
Visit Reisterstown's living historians to ask about local county and state history in our period set-up. Demonstrations of period activities at 10am, 11am, and 12pm. Also, there will be a children's make and take!
Pheasant Hill Farms - Tomatoes - learn how to pick ripe tomatoes and properly store them!
BentN2Shapes - Custom String Art- Learn how wood, nails, and string can combine into custom creations of your innate creativity! Make and Take your own String Art for small fee.
Stop at the Mary Kay booth which will be featuring a demonstration of the Clearproof Deep-Cleansing Charcoal Mask for maximal absorption of oil and removal of impurities that we experience from humidity and the outdoors. She will present ways to optimize skin care for your hands and face including strategies to improve your natural glow and how to create pretty dimensions with sun-catching effects. Samples will include Satin Hands white tea and citrus nourishing shea cream, Timewise Age Minimize 3D Night Cream, and Illuminating Drops.
Join us for lunch with Good Ole Grits & Grub - American Soul Food serving us Shrimp, Chicken, Fish, and cheesy buttery grits or......come out and enjoy a variety of loaded gourmet baked potatoes with delicious toppings from Craving Potato Factory.
Reisterstown Historic Cemetery ... many names found in cemetery are now the names of familiar roads and towns including founding father, John Reister and family members. It's the final resting place for may veterans from the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, the Civil War (both Union and Confederate), the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II.
Visit our Facebook page for more information about the market and 2019 schedule, and be sure to "Meet us at the Market!"
The market is held each Sunday on the Main Street lawn of Franklin Middle School throughout the summer between 9am and 1pm. For most of its history, Reisterstown's biggest industry was farming. Many great farms still grace our countryside and our Farmers Market brings their very best to Main Street.
Support our local farmers as they bring their own products to our neighborhood.
Remember 1st Sunday each month is includes a Flea Market.
Let's all meet as we prepare to eat!
Reisterstown Improvement Association
P.O. Box 856, Reisterstown, Maryland 21136
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