Handmade & Vintage Market

 2020 Market Dates to be announced Soon!  

Our Hive market is one not to miss! We have over 50 vendors selling one-of-a-kind vintage and handmade goods, live music, food trucks, and a full cocktail bar. We also have activities for the kids!

Honeybee Home is an orchestrated group of community vendors who create, find, and design beautiful gifts and home decor. We are a vetted group of artists, antiquers, designers, and lovers of the unique. Our aim is to create one-of-a-kind products and decor that excite and inspire.

Once a season our hive comes together to present our wares in an over-the-top 3-day retail celebration with live music, food trucks, and of course amazing stuff! We decorate the enclosed pavilion at Mary’s Land Farm to the nine, and lay it all down for our customers.  So come on out for the deals, stay for the entertainment, and soak up the beauty of the 160 acre farm. Be sure not to miss the design event of the season in the heart of Howard County!

Tour the farm with the kids!
Market tickets on sale soon! Click logo to purchase.

Our hive is full of gathered finds: sweets of the vintage kind!
Honeybee Home at Mary’s Land Farm provides unique retail and entertainment rooted in history and nature.  Our products include: re-imagined industrial findings, architectural salvage, reupholstered furniture, one of a kind art, repurposed artifacts & antiques, and reclaimed painted wood furniture.

Our Venue: Mary’s Land Farm: 4979 Sheppard Lane, Ellicott City, MD 21042 

Welcome to the farm! Follow us to the pavilion. 

Mary’s Land Farm is a 160-acre balanced ecosystem of perennial plants and pasture. Free range ducks, cattle and goats happily graze the grasses in the fields, and the rolling hills and mature trees beckon the visitor to give pause and stay a while. The farm store sells chicken, pork, beef, lamb and eggs, and will soon expand to farm-produced nuts, berries, grapes, vegetables and fruit. The farm also serves as a bed and breakfast and wedding venue.

If you’re interested in joining our hive as a vendor, click on the links below:

Our seasonal shows are a 3-day event, but if you can’t make all 3 days, we offer 1 and 2 day options under your own tent outside the pavilion. This application can also be used if the pavilion space is full, but you still want to sell for all 3 days. See application links below:

Fall 2019 Vendors
Farmhouse Design District (home decor)Felt Up Girl (felted animals)
The Farmhouse (home decor)Sykesville Painting Club (original paintings)
The White Shed (antiques & home decor)The Vintage Barn (home decor)
Simple Refindings (antiques)Amy’s Stuff (pillows & furniture)
Antique Pipeline (antiques)European Vintage Chic (antiques)
Peacock Barn Creatives (home decor)Jo Kelly Painting (original landscapes)
Floriculture Micro Farm (fresh flowers)Unearth’d Treasures (antiques)
Woodheads Furniture Design (apparel)Swede-Art (face painting)
Ground Chuck Designs (American flags)Heirloom 23 (antiques & home decor)
Studio Tuesday (Original art & prints)Vintage Reborn (antiques)
Flowering Branch (fresh flowers)Soy Love Candles (candles)
Wear the Heart is Boutique (clothing)Cockley Antiques (antiques)
Eclectica (antiques & collectibles)Refabulus Vintiques (antiques)
Honey Bee Secret (Honey)Tucker’s Treasures (antiques)
Kitsch Witch Studios (original art)Mary Elise Burns (watercolor art)
Quotucated (inspirational bracelets)Robin Culkin Art Studios (animal paintings)
Mechelle (home decor & furniture)Annapolis Caramel Co (candy)
Hilltop Farm (apples & pumpkins)Sweet Nubbins (cookies)
Cottage Love (antiques) Reclaimed by You (custom signs)
Zach’s Zig Zagging CrayonsSoaps by Serena

Event Coordinator: Having been actively involved with retail for nearly 15 years, Katy Saxer-Miller brings knowledge rooted in experience. Her retail resume spans various avenues, including participation as a vendor at large out-of-state Country Living Magazine shows, development of an e-commerce web site, and owning and managing a brick and mortar store on Main Street Ellicott City.  She has experienced successes and failures, learned an invaluable amount along the way, and continues to embrace the constantly moving target that is retail.

Katy and girls

Photo by Anne Kelley Looney, CPP



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