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Union Graze Returns for the Summer

Union Graze farmers' market features local vendors of fine foods and goods.

By Payam Agha-Ghassem | June 24, 2014, 12:00 am

--Photo by Union Graze
In Good Taste

Union Graze Returns for the Summer

Union Graze farmers' market features local vendors of fine foods and goods.

By Payam Agha-Ghassem | June 24, 2014, 12:00 am

--Photo by Union Graze

The Union Graze farmers’ market has started up once again this summer after experiencing success last year.

The event will be held every other Friday throughout the summer behind Artifact Coffee in Hampden from 5-8 p.m. until Oct. 3. The next gathering will be this Friday.

“The event lends itself towards a family friendly, party atmosphere and provides a place to strengthen and build the Baltimore community connections,” says Hannah Regan, Union Graze event coordinator.

Union Graze features local vendors of fine foods and goods including vegan chocolates, batik scarves, organic body care products, salted caramel brownies, and much more. Feature vendors at Union Graze include b. Willow and Relay Foods.

“What makes Union Graze particularly special though is that it offers a unique opportunity for small start-up businesses or entrepreneurs to experiment selling their wares; sometimes for their first time ever,” Regan says. “We have been networking around the city and scouting out potential vendors who are working on interesting projects and that are both passionate and creative in their approach to their work.”

Attendees can also enjoy live music and local beer as well.

Union Graze is a great way to kick of your weekend. Don’t miss out.

For more information on upcoming events, visit the Union Graze Facebook page




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