The Wednesday farmer's market returns downtown for the second year, beginning June 2.
This one is sponsored by the Maryland Departments of General Services, Health and Mental Hygiene and Agriculture, as well as state employees. And the idea was to have a market that could be reached by light rail, bus or metro, and during the week when others aren't typically open.
There are others cropping up during the week, including a market at Johns Hopkins and another in Mount Washington.
The state one will be located at 300 West Preston St. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Wednesday from June 2 until October.
The state reports there are now more than 90 farmers markets around Maryland with at least one in every county and Baltimore city. Here is a state directory.
Would a mid-week market be useful? Plan to go?
Baltimore Sun file photo/Barbara Haddock Taylor