New Farmer’s Market Is Coming To North Potomac, Maryland

barns and two large silos

Open House on Sunday November 16, 1 pm until 4 pm at the big white barn on Rt 28 & Dufief Mill Rd.

Dufief Mill Vet

NEW Year-Round MoCo Indoor Market

Don’t Miss Out!

How would you like to shop at a year-round indoor farm market, showcasing locally grown produce, food by local chefs, and crafts by local artisans?

Yes, an indoor market, with refrigerated cases, featuring crops, wines, cheeses, coffees, and artisan products, brought in from Montgomery County’s own Agricultural Reserve and the surrounding Chesapeake watershed area.

Let’s get the word out! The community board is hosting an Open House Introduction and One-Day Market at the historic Maple Springs Barn.

You’re Invited
Sunday November 16, 1 pm to 4 pm

Featuring a specialty local farmers and artisans’ market.
The Historic Barn at 15021 Dufief Mill Rd, North Potomac, MD 20878

Farmer Market 1

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Friends of MoCo Agricultural & Arts Market, a community advisory board, is working with Milk Lady Markets and proposing a 7-day-a-week, locavore emporium, showcasing chefs, roasters, vineyards, dairies, smokeries, picklers, patisserie, charcuterie, and much more!

That’s right, at the big white barn on Rt. 28. MoCo Agricultural & Arts Market, 15021 Dufief Mill Road, North Potomac, MD 20878. Offering:
Permanent staff to sell on behalf of participating producers
Producers on site for “Meet The Locals” days
Priority given to products from the Ag Reserve, the Montgomery County area, and the Chesapeake Watershed
Stop by and grab an Info Pack on plans for our newest community marketplace. Join the community in supporting local agriculture, art, wines, chefs, and bakers

Registered service dogs only in marketplace, no pets please.

Featuring a 7-day-a-week, locavore emporium, showcasing chefs, roasters, vineyards, dairies, smokeries, picklers, patisserie, charcuterie, and much more!

Sponsored by Friends of MoCo Agricultural & Arts Market, Realtor Barbara Fagel of Long & Foster Luxury Homes, and Milk Lady Markets.

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