By Richard Gorelick
The Baltimore Sun
4:21 PM EDT, May 28, 2013
Baltimore is getting two new weekly farmers’ markets.
Starting June 7, Woodberry Kitchen will host Union Graze, a Friday night farmers' market at Union Mill behind Artifact Coffee.
The debut Union Graze market has been postponed until June 14 due to inclement weather.
Union Graze will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday nights through Nov. 22. The main produce vendor will be Five Seed Farms & Apiary, a family-owned farm with properties in Baltimore and Sparks. The Union Graze events will also include live music and beer from the neighboring Union Craft Brewing.
Union Graze begins June 7 at Union Mill, 1500 Union Ave.
And the Downtown Partnership has announced a midday Thursday farmers' market launching on June 13. The Pratt Street Farmers Market will be held 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Thursday through Sept. 26 on Pratt and Light streets, outside of the Transamerica building.
Already committed to the new market, the Downtown Partnership said, are Atwater's (breads and baked goods), Chez G (sandwiches, pastries and breads), Max's Degrees (locally grown herbs and salt breads) and Spriggs Delight Farm (goat cheese, fudge and soaps).
The full vendor list is still being assembled, according to Mike Evitts of the Downtown Partnership.
We'll have more details for you on both of these new markets as their opening dates approach.
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