Holiday Market

Join us for our annual Holiday Market at the Commons!
Our entire roster of farmers market vendors will be on the plaza, plus some exciting newcomers.

The confirmed vendors are:
Hensing’s Hilltop Acres, Kindread Hill Farm, Great Harvest Bread Co., Balti’Marons, Chez Tania, Blue Gables Farm, Fairy Greens, Krem Au Krem, Raw Blossom, Apricity Flowers, The Salvaged Stitch, Serene Lavender Farm, Twin Valley Distillers, Urban Winery, Ellicott Distilling Co., Wild Air Candle Co., Zen Hemp Infusions, The Wine Collective, Crochet by Meika Ray, Heka Saucery, Highland Concepts, Pivot, Animal Advocates of Howard County, Haven Oaks Garden Bakery, and Alpaca Joy of Maryland.

SpiderBytes First Tech Challenge Team will be fundraising by selling popcorn treats from EC Pops in Ellicott City.
Local Girl Scouts will be selling cookies.

Our friends from Beyond Rhetoric will be selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, and water bottles to support their work with young people in Maryland’s juvenile detention centers.

Local musician Mike Walls will perform from during the market.

Santa & Songs

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for live holiday music from the River Hill High School Music Dept., followed by Santa arriving on a fire engine!
RHHS choir students will perform at 10am, and RHHS guitar students will lead everyone in a sing-a-long starting at 10:30am.
*Santa is expected to arrive at about 11am and will be available for photos and Very Important Conversations.

Thanksgiving Market

Join us for our annual Thanksgiving Market at the Commons!
Our whole roster of market vendors will be on the plaza, plus some exciting newcomers.

The confirmed vendors are:
Clark’s Elioak Farm, Hensing’s Hilltop Acres, Kindread Hill Farm, Great Harvest Bread Co., Balti’Marons, Chez Tania, Blue Gables Farm, Krem Au Krem, Raw Blossom, Real Food Real Tasty, Apricity Flowers, The Salvaged Stitch, Serene Lavender Farm, Terah Bull Designs, Twin Valley Distillers, Beaver Creek Cottage Garden, Ellicott Distilling Co., Wild Air Candle Co., Snug Art, Zen Hemp Infusions, Heka Saucery, Highland Concepts, The Wine Collective,Crochet by Meika Ray, and Wood & Wax Company.

Local Girl Scouts will be selling cookies.

Our friends from Beyond Rhetoric will be selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, and water bottles to support their work with young people in Maryland’s juvenile detention centers.

Local musicians Drew Cline and Calvin Thomas will perform from 10am-12pm and 12pm-2pm respectively.

 

Meet the Artist

Join us in the Community Room and on the plaza for a presentation by Hyattsville sculptor Paul Steinkoenig.

Paul created “Solar Hope,” the latest sculpture that the Commons is hosting as part of the Howard County Arts Council’s ARTsites program.
After Paul’s presentation about his inspiration and process for the piece, there will be time for community Q&A before we migrate to the plaza to view the sculpture together.

Registration is requested but not required.
To register, please send an email to info@clarksvillecommons.com.

 

Farmers Market – November 5

It’s the last farmers market of the regular season! Stop by to stock up for the winter!

Everything sold at our market is grown, raised, or made in the Chesapeake region. Every week you’ll find local produce, meats, eggs, sweet and savory treats, locally grown flowers, adult beverages, and handmade crafts.

Vendors at this week’s market include: Clark’s Farm; Hensing’s Hilltop Acres; Kindread Hill Farm; Great Harvest Bread Co.; Balti’Marons; Chez Tania; Pong’s Orchard; Blue Gables Farm; Dimitri Olive Oil; Metro Microgreens; Raw Blossom; The Salvaged Stitch; Twin Valley Distilling; Urban Winery; and Serene Lavender Farm.

The Commons is pleased to be partnering with Maryland Money Market this season. MMM matches SNAP benefits for purchases at the market – now with unlimited matching!

Our friends from Beyond Rhetoric will be at the market, raising funds for and sharing about their work with young people in Maryland’s juvenile detention centers.

Local musician Calvin Thomas will perform from 12pm-2pm.

As special guests, local Girl Scout troops will be at the market selling Girl Scout cookies.

Farmers Market – October 29

Put on your costume and join us for the Halloween farmers market!

Everything sold at our market is grown, raised, or made in the Chesapeake region. Every week you’ll find local produce, meats, eggs, sweet and savory treats, locally grown flowers, adult beverages, and handmade crafts.

Vendors at this week’s market include: Clark’s Farm; Hensing’s Hilltop Acres; Kindread Hill Farm; Great Harvest Bread Co.; Chez Tania; Pong’s Orchard; Balti’Marons; Fairy Greens; Krem Au Krem; Rooted; The Salvaged Stitch; Twin Valley Distillers; Serene Lavender Farm; SnugArt; and Wild Air Candle Co.

The Commons is pleased to be partnering with Maryland Money Market this season. MMM matches SNAP benefits for purchases at the market – now with unlimited matching!

Our friends from Beyond Rhetoric will be at the market, raising funds for and sharing about their work with young people in Maryland’s juvenile detention centers.

Local musician Richard Rowe will be playing 10am-12pm, and Calvin Thomas will play noon-2pm.

To celebrate the fun of Halloween, the market vendors, Vanguard Orthodontics, The Common Kitchen, Medomak Camp, the Stephanie McClellan Team of Northrop Realty, the MD Tesla Owners Club, and Bach to Rock will be offering treats to those is costume!
The Tesla Owners and SECU will also be collecting non-perishable foods for the Community Action Council food bank.

Farmers Market – October 22

Join us at the weekly farmers market at the Commons!
Everything sold at our market is grown, raised, or made in the Chesapeake region. Every week you’ll find local produce, meats, eggs, sweet and savory treats, locally grown flowers, adult beverages, and handmade crafts.

Vendors at this week’s market include: Clark’s Farm; Hensing’s Hilltop Acres; Kindread Hill Farm; Great Harvest Bread Co.; Balti’Marons; Chez Tania; Pong’s Orchard; Blue Gables Farm; Dimitri Olive Oil; Metro Microgreens; Raw Blossom; Twin Valley Distilling; and Urban Winery.

The Commons is pleased to be partnering with Maryland Money Market this season. MMM matches SNAP benefits for purchases at the market – now with unlimited matching!

Our friends from Beyond Rhetoric will be at the market, raising funds for and sharing about their work with young people in Maryland’s juvenile detention centers.

Local musician Janine Wilson will be playing at this week’s market from 10am-12pm, and Calvin Thomas will play from 12pm-2pm.

Music Jam on the Plaza

Local musicians, join us around the outdoor fireplace for an evening of casual jamming sponsored by Everett Jewelers!

All instruments, all ages, and all skill levels are very welcome – this friendly gathering is to have fun and encourage one another. Please bring a few songs with simple chord structures that others can easily play along with. Musicians will take turns playing lead lines along with the rhythms.

The group gathers every second and fourth Thursday, weather permitting.
Any questions, please email: reverett@everettjewelers.com.

Music Jam on the Plaza

Local musicians, join us around the outdoor fireplace for an evening of casual jamming sponsored by Everett Jewelers!

All instruments, all ages, and all skill levels are very welcome – this friendly gathering is to have fun and encourage one another. Please bring a few songs with simple chord structures that others can easily play along with. Musicians will take turns playing lead lines along with the rhythms.

The group gathers every second and fourth Thursday, weather permitting.
Any questions, please email: reverett@everettjewelers.com.

Halloween Kids Yoga

Monsters, werewolves, and witches oh my!
Join Andie Montier, local mom and yoga teacher, for a spooky and fun-filled Halloween kids yoga adventure on the plaza at the Commons!

In this 40 minute class (ideal for ages 3-8) we will connect to our breath and our bodies through movement, games and music.

Participants should bring a yoga mat, water and sun protection.
Cost is $5 per child.
Costumes are welcome and encouraged as long as they can move freely!

Pre-registration is requested and cane be done HERE. 

Any questions, please contact Andie directly via her website: https://www.andiemontieryoga.com/contact