4500 Harford Road & TUESDAY Market 

The 4500 Lot was an abandoned gas station that the community reclaimed as a community gathering space. Since then, the Lot has hosted yearly Farmers Markets, community art projects and murals, dance parties, yard sales, arts/crafts mart, and holiday events. 

Stay in touch to learn more about the results of the survey and redesigned site plan! 

Your support is needed to run Hamilton-Lauraville Main Streets's events and community revitalization projects such as renovating this lot into a year-round community space.  Join us!

If you are interested to be a vendor or performer at the next market or event, please join the mailing list: https://mailchi.mp/856765af70e1/vendor

Stop by the market to grab some fresh produce from local farmers!

Tuesdays from 4:00 - 7:00

There will be farm vendors at the market: Tuckey's Farms, Jade Farms every other week, and local micro farms on a rotating basis. Restaurant/food Pop-Ups or new vendors will be added on a rolling basis.

The market will again be a rain or shine event, with the exception of a severe electrical storm.

We ask that everyone please wear a mask, follow safety guidelines, and be patient as we work to make this market as safe as possible. 

Pets must be leashed or in carriers.

Please follow us on social media to stay connected about the market and any schedule changes that may arise. 

4500 Harford Road is also lovingly known as "The Lot".  HLMS is raising funds to complete the community's vision to activate the Lot as a "town square." The vision is to create a community gathering place. You can support this project in many ways:

  • Volunteer on a committee

  • Help plan/host a fundraiser

  • Donate!*

  • Sponsor a BRICK*

Learn more about the history of "The Lot" at 4500 Harford Road

Capital projects and renovations are partially funded by The Chesapeake Bay Trust grant.

A portion of the 2022 events have been financed in part with a grant from the United Way of Central Maryland.

Events at The Lot from 2020-22 have been financed in part with State Funds from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, an instrumentality of the State of Maryland. However, the contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.