Here are the 26 new vendors coming to the Baltimore Farmers' Market when it returns Sunday

The Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar returns Sunday with more than 120 vendors to choose from — 26 of them new — according to a release from the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, which produces the event.

In its 41st season, Maryland’s largest producers-only market will run on Sundays through Dec. 23 on Saratoga Street between Holliday and Gay streets, underneath the Jones Falls Expressway. The new vendors include:

  • Oak Spring Farm
  • Shore To Door Blue Crabs
  • Slate Farm Brewery
  • Windswept Farm
  • Bottoms Up Bagels
  • DMV Empanadas
  • Gundalow Juice
  • Mera Kitchen Collective
  • New Secrets Tea
  • Number One Sons
  • Old Line Spirits
  • Stupid Delicious
  • The Urban Oyster
  • Atelier 1121
  • CAMB03
  • Change Creations
  • Cozy Wicks Candle Co
  • E-clipse Designs
  • Falling Branch Jewelry
  • For the Host
  • HomeGrown Glass Art
  • Iris Grundler Pottery
  • Lotus Rising Handbags and Finery
  • LPD Studio
  • Scent 2 Heal U
  • Tribal Season

A complete list of vendors can be found on the BOPA website.

The “First Sunday” program will also return with special themed events with guests, giveaways, and performances every first Sunday of the month. Erik Berlin, also known as Chef Egg, will also host market tours and hands-on cooking classes from May through October. Interested participants can register online at chefegg.com for $10 per class.

The market’s opening day will kick off with a performance by band Ebb & Nova at 10 a.m.

If you go

7 a.m.-noon on Sundays through Dec. 23. Held underneath the Jones Falls Expressway on Saratoga Street between Holliday and Gay streets. Free. For more information, go to promotionandarts.org.

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