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PARK VIEW FARMERS MARKET TO REOPEN AT HOOK HALL
(Washington DC – January 27, 2021) The Park View Farmers Market team announced this week its return to the Park View community on February 7 at Hook Hall. Featuring local farmers, producers, and artisans from around the DMV, the Park View Farmers Market will be held every Sunday from 10am - 2pm.
“This past year has taken a toll on the local economy and we are excited to reopen our doors and provide a safe space for our community to come together and support all things local,” said Market Manager, Rebecca Bailey. “There are so many amazing vendors right here in our community, and we want to give folks an opportunity to connect with them, shop with them, and support them.”
Among the market’s DC-based vendors are RavenHook Bakehouse, Number 1 Sons, Just AJ’s Foods, Chinese Street Market, and Cam’s Kettle Coffee Co.
Just AJs Foods at Park View Holiday Market in Dec 2020 (photo: Park View Farmers Market)
The Park View Farmers Market recognizes the ongoing nature of COVID-19 and is dedicated to making the market a safe shopping environment for all. The market is closely following the Mayor’s guidance for local businesses and is taking the necessary precautions to protect the safety of customers, vendors, and staff. Masks must be worn at all times, strict capacity limits will be in place, and the market layout will be conducive for one-way traffic flow and social distancing between both customers and vendors.
About The Park View Farmers Market (PVFM): The Park View Farmers Market was initially launched in January 2020 to improve access to local food and create a space for neighbors to connect. The farmers market halted operations in March 2020 due to COVID-19. In December, PVFM hosted the Park View Holiday Market at Hook Hall, a 3-part holiday market series that featured 20 local vendors and brought in more than 1,200 customers.
For more information, sign up for the Park View Farmers Market’s email list or follow them on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to receive important market updates and learn more about the vendors that will be featured.
Contact: Rebecca Bailey, Market Manager,
PARK VIEW HOLIDAY MARKET LAUNCHES AT HOOK HALL
December events highlight local /regional artisans and specialty food vendors
(Washington DC – November 23, 2020) A holiday market will take place at Hook Hall during December featuring items from local and regional artists and specialty food producers. Produced by the Park View Farmers’ Market, The Park View Holiday Market (https://www.parkview.market/holiday-market) will be held December 5, 12 and 19 from 10 am until 2 pm.
According to market manager Rebecca Bailey, “We are so aware that this year has taken a toll on the local economy and, in particular, artists and food producers. This season, the Park View Holiday Market gives these small local businesses an opportunity to spread some holiday cheer and celebrate the resilience of our community.”
Vendors range from candles to ceramics, jewelry to honey and cookies to hot sauce, the exhibitors offer a wide range of locally and regionally made goods. Among the vendors are: DC ‘s RavenHook Bakehouse; Baltimore’s Personal Best Ceramics; Silver Spring, MD’s Soul & Ink ; DC’s Sauce City USA Mambo Sauce and Chantilly, Virginia’s Family of Nuts. (list of vendors, to date, are on the website)
Bailey said that she and the market planners recognize the ongoing nature of COVID-19 and are dedicated to making the market a safe shopping environment for all. She is closely following the Mayor’s guidance for local businesses and is taking the necessary precautions to protect the safety of customers, vendors and staff. Masks must always be worn, strict capacity limits will be in place, and the market layout will be conducive for one-way traffic flow and social distancing between both customers and vendors.
RavenHook Bakehouse (photo: Park View Farmers Market)
The Park View Farmers Market was launched in January 2020 at Hook Hall to improve access to local food and create a space for neighbors to connect. The market halted operations in March 2020 due to COVID-19 and this pop-up holiday market series is their first event since.