PARTICIPATING IN MARKET AS A CUSTOMER during 2020 COVID-19:

Farm markets have been designated as essential businesses during our heightened restriction period.

  1. Wear a mask, and bring a smile
  2. Please limit personal contact between others and vendors
  3. Use electronic forms of payment when possible, some vendors still only accept cash
  4. Help out our vendors by pre-ordering when possible
  5. wash your hands before and after attending the market

100 High Street
Cambridge, MD 21613
443-477-0843

Operating on Thursdays between May 14th 2020 (moved back by 1 week to allow for COVID-19 logistics) into October 2020 from 3pm – 6pm, the Long Wharf Farmer’s Market is a local favorite! UPDATE: MARKET NOW EXTENDED UNTIL NOVEMBER 19TH 2020 DUE TO POPULAAR DEMAND!  What’s better than a waterfront Farmer’s Market? The market is situated in the Long Wharf park nearby public parking. The market is walking distance to the Municipal Marina, Skipjack Nathan, and the replica Choptank River Lighthouse and to downtown Cambridge along historic brick paved High Street.

Approximately 20 or more vendors can be found throughout the season including many local Dorchester and Eastern Shore regional farmer’s, crafters, and specialty food vendors. Limited craft retail vendors can aslo now be found at the 2020 farmers market.

For more information visit us on FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM or by subscribing to our Cambridge Main Street emails. For questions or to become a vendor, email us at market@downtowncambridge.org or call (443) 205-4000. Market rules, policies and an online application can be viewed below.

Check out our 2020 market vendors!

Here’s our line up of 2020 market vendors:

  • Great Expectations Farm – (Dorchester County, Maryland) meat producer offering steaks, chicken, pork and sausage and lots more.
  • Harris Farms – (Preston, Maryland) local and regional produce farm
  • LeCompte Bay – (Dorchester County, Maryland) Local Organic Certified Farm.
  • T’s Divine Sweets and More – (Cambridge, Maryland) Personal Dessert Solutions. Small pies, cakes, cheesecakes, muffins, and cookies. Customized orders are accepted.
  • The Bay Mushrooms – (Dorchester County, Maryland) Locally grown and sourced mushroom farm in DoCo.
  • Mandala Pies – (Vienna, Maryland) bakery making pastries and pies. Pre-order available.
  • Lyon Distilling – (St. Michaels, Maryland) based rum product based distillery
  • Second to None Seafood  – (Ocean City, Maryland) day boat scallops (SEASON ENDED, QUOTA FILLED)
  • Bay Country Bakery – (Cambridge, Maryland) bringing 3-4 varieties of bread each week. Cash only
  • Choptank Oysters – (Dorchester County, Maryland) aquaculture oysters by the bag. $10 per doz, cash only
  • Agave Arts & Juicing Company – (St. Michaels Maryland) fresh, Cold -Pressed Juices, bottled in glass bottles. We are a waste free and plastic free business and source as much produce as we can from local farms in our area.
  • Marshall Creek Farm – goat milk soap, duck eggs, alpaca yarns and products made with fiber (dryer balls, needle felted sculptures). Alpaca manure in burlap bags as a soil supplement!
  • K9Kids! Snow cones!
  • Book Buggy – free books of all kinds! Organized by Dorchester Retired Teachers Association. Story time with Dorchester County Library for young children takes place every other week from 3:30pm – 4pm.
  • Artemis and Cauldron – handcrafted small batch botanical goods for home and body. Summer Moon Body Polish and my Midnight Rose Bath Soak.
  • Richland Seafood – (Dorchester County, Maryland) offering the fresh catch of the day including Rockfish, Butterfish, BlueFish, Spot, White perch and/or trout. Anglers can buy fresh Bunker for bait for sale by the pound.
  • Our Greek Market – importer of authentic European olive oil, feta cheeses, olives and more.
  • Clare’s Nutty Concoctions – delicious Golden Brittle
  • Waxing Moon Farms – will be here with their popcorn and lemonade
  • Heritage Orchard – (Preston, Maryland) Orchard offering fresh local Peaches and Preserves in season. (SEASON ENDED)
Interested in being a part of the 2020 market season? Read the 2020 Market handbook and related COVID-19 documents linked below. Ready to complete your application? Submit online via our new ONLINE APPLICATION (see below)! Questions? Contact our market manager at market@downtowncambridge.org or call (443) 205-4000.

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Interested in joining the Cambridge Farmer’s Market?

We love welcoming new and interested vendors to the Thursday Farmer’s Market at Long Wharf. We accept market application throughout the market season.

Please complete the online application form to the right which will go directly to our Farmer’s Market Manager. Please review the market rules, policies, expectations in our handbook below. A paper application for interested vendors is attached to our Market Handbook below.

 

2020 FARMER’S MARKET HANDBOOK / APPLICATION

2020 Cambridge Farm Market Rules, Policies, Paper application

2020 COVID SAFETY FOR FARM MARKETS – 1

2020 COVID SAFETY FOR FARM MARKETS – 2

PAY YOUR MARKET VENDOR FEES ONLINE!

Farmer's Market Online Application Form

  • Please give us the most direct phone number to contact you.
  • Please upload any photo of your set up at an event and / or photos of your products.
  • Please select the type of vendor category that you would fall under
  • Please take this opportunity to describe your set up and product line here. Tell us specifically what products anticipated grown / produced by you.
  • I would like to pay my fee
  • I would like to attend the market ...
  • I would like to reserve X number of space(s)...
  • I am attaching relevant food / product licenses required by the State of Maryland or local Dorchester County Health Dept.
    Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: pdf, jpg, png.
  • By signing below, I acknowledge that I have been given a copy of the market rules and policies, and I agree to follow them. I understand that non compliance will result in penalties or other consequences as determined by the market manager.