From Erica Christensen, director, Glover Park-Burleith Farmers Market
I can't believe there are only five markets left of the season, and I am starting to stock up on meat, cheese, and fall veggies. We've got a great line-up for this Saturday's market!
The very popular Fiber Arts Festival will be back with a lovely selection of hand-dyed yarn spun in Maryland and the kid-friendly petting zoo! Additionally we've got two great pop-ups, including Midtrees Farm, which specializes in grass-fed beef. They'll have plenty of stew beef to keep you cozy. The Fruitcycle will be the other pop-up this weekend. They specialize in healthy kale chips and crispy apple chips made from local produce. Great for your lunchbox!
The full line-up of this week's local offerings can be found online.
Visit www.communityfoodpartners.com for more information on vendors.
Conveniently located in the parking lot of Hardy Middle School across the street from Safeway at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and 34th street, the market is open through November 21 from 9 am–1 pm.