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The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development Mobile Workforce Center at the Markets


The Avenue Market and Lexington Market are excited to host the Mobile Workforce Center outside the Markets this summer. The Mobile Workforce Team is ready to help you: – Customize your resume to attract employers. – Prepare for Employment with job readiness workshops. – Prepare

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Health and Wellness Day at Lexington Market


Lexington Market is excited to be partnering with both Johns Hopkins University and Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center to host Health and Wellness Day at the Market the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 10 AM to 2 PM in the Arcade

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Redevelopment of Historic Broadway Market Moves Forward


The Redevelopment of the Historic Broadway Market Moves Forward with Design Renderings for N. and S. Sheds and a Signed Anchor Lease (S. Shed) Project Updates: • Baltimore Public Markets has released design renderings for the revitalization of Broadway Market’s long-vacant north shed. It is

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“Day at the Market” with Johns Hopkins in the Community


Join us at Northeast Market the First Tuesday of the month from Noon to 1:30 PM as well as every second and last Wednesday of the Month from 10 AM to 2 PM for “Day at the Market” with Johns Hopkins in the Community brought

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Fenwick Choice Meats

All Best Of Weekly Foodie Feature

Where can one find a classic old-school butcher in this town? We recommend Henry Reisinger of Fenwick Meats at the Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. The business has been around since 1952. Henry started in 1985 and took over the business 2 years later.

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About Baltimore Public Markets

Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) was established in 1995 as a non-profit organization, to operate the public markets in a manner beneficial to the City of Baltimore and it's citizens. We are proud to be part of Baltimore's many hard working agencies, associations and organizations that are largely responsible for making Baltimore the extraordinary city it is today.


A system of public markets strategically addressing food and nutrition issues in diverse ways in different locations for an increasingly diverse population.


Supporting Baltimore communities by providing business opportunities, employment, access to nutrition information and fresh, affordable foods