Welcome to the Takoma Park Farmers Market!
Sundays, year-round from 10am-2pm
Market Times: 10am-2pm
, year roundLocation: Laurel Avenue, Takoma Park MAPSPECIAL NOTICE:The Takoma Park Farmers Market will be closed Sunday, January 18th due to street closures required for funeral at Takoma Park SDA Church for Baltimore City Police Officer killed in the line of duty. Our thoughts go out to the officer's family and we will see you again on Sunday, January 25th, 2015.
Join us every Sunday on Laurel Ave in historic Takoma.
The market includes the freshest local, seasonal produce, breads, pasture raised meats, artisan cheese, eggs, baked goods and more from 23 farms located within 125 miles of Takoma Park, MD.
Check out our vendor list
and what is in season
now at the market.
Scenes from the market: PHOTOS
2014 Takoma Park Farmers Market Apple Pie Contest was Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 11:00am. Info HERE
Free Market ATM
The market offers a fee-free market ATM located at the center of the market. You may use your credit, debit and SNAP cards for tokens to use at the Takoma Park Farmers Market.
all non-profits! The farmers market invites your non-profit to set up
on the sidewalk on the corner of Carroll and Laurel Avenues, during
market hours, to share information with the community about your
organization. You may use the opportunity to distribute information,
recruit volunteers or fundraise. The space will be available at no
charge. In return, we ask that you promote your Sunday at the Takoma
Park Farmers market to your mailing lists and social media networks.
We welcome your participation at Takoma Park's favorite Sunday
morning activity! Note: All activity must remain at the Community Corner, and is not permitted in the market proper. To reserve your Sunday morning, please contact the
market at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Nutrition Benefit Programs
The market is a proud supporter of federal nutrition benefit programs and believes in increasing access to fresh, healthy food. The market accepts the following benefits: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food
stamps); Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program; and Senior Farmers
Market Nutrition Assistance (Senior FMNP), and DC WIC. Here is a brief overview on how to use benefits at the market: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ij14V9ZuxqM&noredirect=1
Farmers at the Takoma Park Farmers Market have a long tradition of donating perishable food at the close of the market to local organizations that serve the homeless and others in need in the community. Shepherd's Table shepherdstable.org and Miriam's Kitchen miriamskitchen.org alternate collections from the Takoma Park Farmers Market to serve their guests.