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You can still get farmers' market eggs in winter

Yes, the Baltimore Farmers' Market is done for the season. It won't be back until April 7.

But you get fresh eggs from the Hen's Nest all winter long. The New Windsor farm will be bringing cartons and cases of its brown and white eggs down to Baltimore every other week Saturday beginning Jan. 5, making three stops around the city.

The first stop, from 8 a.m.-9 a.m., will be at the parking lot of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, 1400 W. Coldspring Lane.

Then, the truck will head east, to 3700 Dillon St., near the Natty Boh sign, where it will park on the parking lot in front of the Push 511 crossfit gym from 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m.

From noon-1 p.m., you can get Hen's Nest eggs at the Park & Ride off Rolling Road (Route 166) near the UMBC campus in Catonsville.

Drops will be canceled if snow emergency plans are in effect in Carroll County.

Call 410-635-6141 if you have any questions about the schedule. On delivery days, call 410-596-2706.

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