UPDATE FRIDAY, June 11, 2021, 2:20 p.m.
TODAY'S FARMERS' MARKET IS CANCELLED
Unfortunately, it looks like the steady rain that was forecasted to let up between 4 and 6 p.m. is now scheduled to continue. In addition, a flood warning has been issued. As a result, we were forced to cancel today's market. We apologize for the inconvenience. Look for our return next week!
NEW Essex Farmers' Market OPENS
FRIDAYS, June 4 - October 15, 2021 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Parking lot behind 501-515 Eastern Boulevard, Essex, Maryland 21221 (Next to the post office parking lot)
June 10th: New Offerings this Week
Hills Forest Fruit Farm - Squash & Romaine Lettuce
Rest, Rise, Repeat - Raspberry Dark Chocolate Scones
Tea You There - Chocolate Chai, Ginger Orange Peach Tea
Windlass Run Farm - Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
Homberg Farm - Salad Lettuce (Salanova)
Windlass Run Farm (White Marsh) - jams, jellies, apple butter, eggs, baked goods, produce & herbs
Hills Forest Fruit Farm (Kingsville) - fruit, vegetables, flowers, eggs, honey
Homberg Farm (Middle River) - fruit, vegetables
Taco Loco Mexican Food - tacos, burritos, quesadillas, burrito bowls, aguas frescas, lemonade
Rest, Rise, Repeat - breads, cookies, pastries
Tea You There - loose tea, pyramid sachets, bath teas & bombs, tea accessories, herbs
GroGive - seedlings, candles, soap, tote bags, oil diffusers, plant jewelry
Creations by Nicole - handmade soy wax candles (bi-weekly starting 6/11)
Zinnia Virgo Soaps - artisan soaps, bath salts/scrubs/bombs/teas, lip balm, oils, facial toners, lotion bars (6/18)
Sponsor: Eastern Baltimore County Task Force
Made possible through the generosity of 8725 Acquisitions, LLC and a grant from Baltimore County.
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New Landmark Sculpture
to Replace the Cube in Essex
In March, the Eastern Baltimore County Task Force invited community and business leaders, artists and representatives from Baltimore County's Department of Planning to participate in an Essex Landmark Sculpture Work Group. After a group discussion, which included the results of the 2018 Essex Day survey, the decision was made to retire the Cube and donate it to the Heritage Society of Essex & Middle River for display in the museum.
The new sculpture will have four illuminated sides reflecting waterfront life and the past, present and future of Essex. Below is a sample to give you an idea of what this sculpture might look like. The Work Group has just released a Call for Artists, with an honorarium of $1,200 to be awarded across winning selections. All participants will be honored in a curated show installed at the Heritage Society.
The Chamber would like to thank the following individuals for serving on the Work Group: Deirdre Aikin - Chair/Program Manager, Leah Biddinger, Lisa Harlow, Laurie Hay, Jessie Hillman, Sharon Kihn, Marta Kulchytska, George Lang, Cliff O'Connell, Bob Romadka, and Sam Weaver. We also wish to thank Maryland sculptor and fabricator Tim Scofield for lending his talents to the project.