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To Market, to Market: An elementary choice

The folks who run Bethesda Central Farm Market have announced their third location, which will open Friday.

The Horace Mann Central Market, at Horace Mann Elementary, 4430 Newark St. NW, will run from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. through Nov. 19, with an option to extend a few more weeks.

Startup vendors will include Vernon's Seafood; Walnut Hill Farms (grass-fed Angus beef and free-range eggs); Bending Bridge Farm (organic produce); Cat's Paw Farm (organic produce, baked goods); Two-Acre Farm (sauces and herbs); MeatCrafters (sausage); LillieBelles (pot pies); Upper Crust Breads (baked goods); and Cowgirl Creamery (cheeses).

Market co-founder Ann Brody Cove says that school principal Elizabeth Whisnant hopes the market will be a learning center for the D.C. public school's students.

-- Bonnie S. Benwick

By Bonnie S. Benwick  | September 27, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Markets This Week, To Market, To Market  | Tags:  Markets This Week, To Market  
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