I'm going to try to go to downtown Ellicott City this Sunday for the next "Second Sunday" event of the year.
(Update: I heard at October's event that they're extending to November and maybe December.)
Some downtown businesses -- lead apparently by the Little French Market, The Good Life Market and Mon Amie boutique -- have been hosting an outdoor event on the second Sunday of each month. It's produce, bread, and other food items in the courtyard of the Little French Market at 3744 Old Columbia Pike.
The last of the season will be this Sunday, apparently from 10-3. I'm not 100% sure of everything because the only official Web site I can find doesn't have the dates. Jessie X and Wordbones wrote about "Second Sundays" during the summer. Naomi sent me an email that she got about the September market. (Update: Naomi then sent me the email about October:)
The October Second Sunday Market is this weekend! As you may know, we been growing with each and every Market and are excited to be introducing even more local farmers and vendors and will have repeat appearances from Rare Opportunity Farm with delicious baked goods and pastries; Springfield Farms with organic meats and eggs; additional specialty grain and bread vendors; another special appearance from Tersiguel's French Country Restaurant and more prepared food tastings from several other of Historic Ellicott City's fine restaurants and cafes - there is something for everyone!Second Sunday Market is a monthly specialty Market on the courtyards of The Good Life Market Home, The Good Life Market Cottage, Mon Amie Boutique and the Little French Market on Tonge Row off Main Street in Historic Ellicott City. Tonge Row courtyards are located off of the large public parking lot, behind the old Post Office off Main Street.Bring your family and friends!
When: Sunday, October 11, 2009Time: 10am - 3pmWhere: On the Courtyards of The Good Life Market Home, The Good Life Market
Cottage, Mon Amie Boutique & the Little French Market
Questions?: Contact: The Good Life Market 410-480-4324
Little French Market 410-465-5995