The Downtown Sykesville Farmers Market is excited for a series of wonderful 2024 Sunday markets!

The  Downtown Sykesville Farmers Market 2024 season will start on May 19th and end on October 27th.

The market will operate RAIN OR SHINE from 9 am to 1 pm every Sunday on Baldwin Drive, by the French Twist Cafe, on the South Main Street block party layout, and in the pocket park.
Visit us again soon for the upcoming map!

Experience the charm and freshness every Sunday!

Join us in the heart of historic Sykesville for a delightful Sunday tradition. The Downtown Sykesville Farmers Market is not just a market; it's a vibrant gathering of local farmers, artisans, and community members, all coming together to celebrate the bounty of the season.

Fresh, Local Produce: Savor the taste of freshly-picked fruits and vegetables, all sourced from local farms. Our farmers take pride in offering the freshest and most nutritious produce, perfect for your weekly grocery haul or a picnic by the river.

Artisanal Goods & Crafts: Discover a unique selection of handcrafted goods, from homemade jams and gourmet cheeses to artisanal bread and pastries. Each product tells a story of tradition and craftsmanship.

Community Spirit: More than just a market, it's a place to connect with friends, neighbors, and local farmers. Enjoy live music, kids' activities, and food tastings while soaking in the picturesque surroundings of Downtown Sykesville.

Eco-Friendly & Sustainable: Committed to sustainability, our market encourages eco-friendly practices. Bring your reusable bags and containers and join us in our effort to create a greener, more sustainable community.

Visit Us: Every Sunday, from 9 AM to 1 PM, May through October. Rain or shine, we're here, bringing the best of the region to Downtown Sykesville.

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Thanks to our Local Sponsors

Downtown Sykesville Farmers Market Map

Enjoy this fabulous story map listing our vendors and their locations!
If you would like to submit your vendor application by mail, please submit THE PAPER VERSION OF VENDOR APPLICATION, PAYMENT, AND CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE to the Downtown Sykesville Connection - 7566 Main Street, Suite 302, Sykesville, MD 21784. The online vendor form, nonprofit application, and junior market application are listed below.

Paper Version of Vendor Application

Join us as a vendor! All vendors must come to a minimum of 8 markets and have a certificate of insurance with the Downtown Sykesville Connection and the Town of Sykesville as additionally insured.

Become A Vendor

Join us as a Food Truck Vendor!! All vendors must come to a minimum of 8 markets and have a certificate of insurance with the Downtown Sykesville Connection and the Town of Sykesville as additionally insured.

Become a Food Truck Vendor

Join us as a non-profit vendor!

Become a Non-Profit Vendor

Join us as a junior vendor! The Junior Market serves as a vibrant testing ground for young startup businesses, offering them a unique opportunity to gauge their potential success in a broader marketplace. It's specifically designed for those looking to explore the feasibility of transitioning their entrepreneurial ventures into full-time market engagements. The Junior Market is limited to vendors coming once a month (contact us for expections). If the vendor is selling something, they will need to pick a nonprofit to give 5% of their gross sales. All junior vendors must be 18 years old or younger. If junior vendors are under 12 years old, a parent or guardian must stay for the entire market with the junior vendor.

Become a Junior Vendor

Need service hours or just want to help out? Come back to join the Sykesville Farmers Market team! Click here for Volunteer Opportunities

Farmers Market Volunteer Sign-Up

2024 Farmers Market Vendors

A Crafty Market

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Sherry Hanson, 443-867-3489

Bubbe Butter,LLC

Bubbe Butter, sleep and cold salve

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Dawn Zimmerman, 443-272-5720

Caramel Kettle, LLC 

Fresh popcorn

Contact: Mill Dixon, 443-280-2810,

Email:  [email protected]


Cozy Cafe Bakery & Bistro

Crab cakes, desserts, coffee

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Shiraz Ahmed, 443-538-8229

Del Cibuco

Contact: Ariendnarelis and Dyannette, 443-878-0445. 443-929-3744

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Dilly Dally Garden 

Fresh Cut Flowers, Herbs, Potted Plants, Honey

Contact: Diane Lutz,443-472-1451

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]



Diveley’s Fruit Farm 

Fresh Produce

Contact: David Eiker,717-778-1984

Email: [email protected]


Echo Valley Farm

Organic Vegetables, and herbs, mushrooms,microgreens, mixed flower bouquets and sunflowers, asian greens, melons, savory, tomatoes, summer squash

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Charlotte Hetterick, 410-627-5504

Elemental Pottery


Email: [email protected]

Contact: Christy Konyar, 443-838-8050


Contact: Felicity Smith, 410-231-4580

Email: [email protected]

El Piquin

Mexican Food truck

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Paulino Gonzalez Perez, 443-468-4043

Forging and Welding by Will

Bottle openers custom forged items,hooks, fire pokers,

Contact: Will Sevick, 443-255-3776

Email: [email protected]

Fresh Squeezed Please

Various flavors of fresh squeezed lemonade

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Eryn Futrell, 301-900-6750

Fulton Farm to Table

Woodland raised pork, pastured lamb, yarn, sheepskin pelts, sheep milk soap

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Megan Harrigan, 443-487-7298

Good Goods For Dogs

Dog treats

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Joyce Flowers, 240-599-8739

Goose Ridge Soaps 

Artisan handmade soaps

Contact: Janice Campbell and Kim Beatty, 240-216-4293 or 301-466-3948

Email: [email protected]


Grace A. Mano 

Handmade Jewelry

Contact: Erinn Tichenor, 443-226-5876, [email protected]

Website:  [email protected]

Granola is Bae

Cookies, Muffin Bites

Contact: Sophia Butler, 443-328-6633

Email: [email protected]

Gray Lane Farm

Produce, veggies, fruits, eggs

Contact: Guadalupe Valencia, 804-925-5771 or 804-761-6469

Email: [email protected]

Greek Superfoods/ Dimitri Olive Oil 

Olive oils, balsamic vinegar, olives, salad dressing, tapenades

Contact: Dimitrios Komnino, [email protected]




Greenway Farms/Woodcamp Farms

Annual flowers, veggie plants, microgreens, honey

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Kristen Healey, 443-745-0659


Cookies, pound cake 

Contact: Michael Anderson, 410-227-7701

Email: [email protected]

I Love Munchies

Contact: Cheryl Johnson, 443-900-4458

Email: [email protected]

KB Candle Shop

Soy Candles

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Katie Burdett, 443-766-0314

Little Brady Lady

Homegrown vegetables and herbs

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Kimberly Brady, 301-503-2915


Homemade clothing for little girls

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Alexis DiClaudio, 804-986-1061

Moody Momma’s Menagerie

Soy Candles, Soy Wax Melts, Cold Process Soaps, Sugar Scrubs, Body & Room

Sprays, Bath Salt Soaks, and Herb Plants are all handmade/grown at my home

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Emily Wire, 443-487-7353

My Favorite Things

Pebble artwork

Contact: Barbara Lipsky, 410-852-2077, [email protected]


My Gurl and Me

Herb & Spice Blends, cookbooks, teas, kitchen accessories, recycled glass art, extracts, spices, hot chocolate

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Amelia Hristov, 240-469-8715


Homemade all natural essential oils, candles, spac products

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Victoria Barron, 443-472-7708

Nuthatch Gardens

Cut flowers in arrangements

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Joanna Veltri, 240-883-8494

Oh My Cookies!


Email: [email protected]

Contact: Alexandra Valerio, 443-775-1360

Pretty U & Me

Handmade Jewelry, fresh water pearls

Contact: Zhechao Jin, 860-771-8235

Email: [email protected]


Ridges Hot Peppers

Locally grown fresh super-hot, hot, mild and sweet peppers, handmade pepper  powder and flakes, homemade hot sauces and starter pepper plants and seedlings

Contact: Bill Bayly, 410-402-0939,

Email: [email protected]


Rob and Son's Bakehouse

Cottage bakery

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Robert Sharpe, 513-659-6246

Sami Jo Collection

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Samantha Demevienacre, 443-789-7602

Screbey Scribbles

Hand designed shirts, stickers, buttons, original art prints

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Sarah Swanson, 443-285-2126

Scuttlebutt Soap

Cold Process Soap, hand balms, bubble bars, shampoo and conditioner bars

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Mahala Johnson, 240-401-3225

Serene Lavender Farm 

Lavender, Lavender Wreaths, Lavender syrup/teas, Fruit Jam, Lavender Body Products

Contact: Serena Pelletier, serenelavenderfarm@comcast. net




Sheri's Funky Findz 

Unique Hand-crafted jewelry, décor

Contact: Sheri Marcus-Robertson, 301-257-5124

Email: [email protected]

The Stafford Farms Enterprise, LLC

Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Eggs

Contact: Dianna Stafford, 443-277-5308, 

Email: [email protected], [email protected]




The Crabby Crabby Crafter 

Chesapeake Bay themed art, painted glass bottles, wooden wine and beer racks

Contact:  Thomas Hardy 443-956-9401

That’s so Maryland

Jewelry, earrings

Email Information: [email protected]

Contact: Katie Bellin, 410-935-8766


The Enlightening Souls

Crystals, sterling silver jewelry, metaphysical items

Contact: Christina Chambers, 703-786-4454

Email: [email protected]

The Exotic Bean

Roasted Coffee, Iced Thai Tea, Iced Coffee, Cold Brew Coffee Cans

Contact: Mike Kennedy, 

Email: [email protected]



The Ginger Chik, LLC

Fine art, mixed media, sculpture

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Deborah Schanberger, 443-465-0365

The Golden Stitch Boutique

Handmade and nature-friendly gifts

Contact: Nadia Baxter, 410-570-2520, [email protected]


The Potters Touch


Email: [email protected]

Contact: Judi Parks, 410-925-5077

The Queen Bakery

Baked goods

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Marianna Couirguis, 929-372-6121

The Sweet Home Bakery

Baked Goods

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Kathy Phelps, 301-704-4554

The Tea in Me, LLC


Email: [email protected]

Contact: Rhianwen Phillips, 240-394-1833

The Werg Shop

Handmade Crochet items for home and bath

Contact: Bonney Keyes 443-745-8810

Email: [email protected]

Twin Valley Distillers 

Locally sourced whiskey distillery.

Contact: Edgardo Zuniga, 240-421-1115

Email: [email protected]


Vida Salsa 

Salsa and chips and dip

Contact: Kathya Preslin, 301-556-7777

Email: [email protected]

Wags Mobile

Mobile dog wash

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Angella Hendrickson, 443-381-2053


*NO PETS ALLOWED (Town Ordinance 301, which modified the Town Code. The Town Code reference for the “no pets or animals allowed at Town events is: Chapter 51, Article 1, Sections 51-1 through 51-)

*No bicycles are allowed inside the event parameters due to the size of the crowd for safety reasons.

*The DSC is a 501(c)3 focused on enhancing the quality of life in downtown Sykesville and recognizes the Town of Sykesville as its partner for all events and programs.
*The event is rain or shine.

The Downtown Sykesville Connection and the Town of Sykesville look forward to seeing you on Main Street for the Farmers Market!
Let us know if you have any questions.

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