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Welcome to the Takoma Park Farmers Market

Open Sundays, year-round from 10am-2pm on Laurel Avenue

Join us every Sunday on Laurel Avenue in the lovely historic business district of Takoma Park. You’ll find the freshest local, seasonal produce, breads, pasture raised meats, artisan cheese, eggs, baked goods and more from farms located within 125 miles of Takoma Park, MD. Each week, the market is a lively meeting place for residents and visitors. Street performers often set up along the sidewalks and non-profits share info at the Community Corner creating an enjoyable backdrop to market activities.

Announcing the 6th Annual Takoma Park Farmers Market Pie Contest on Sunday, September 17th, 2017

Pie Delivery 11:00am -11:30am| Judging 11:30am | Pie Sales 1:00pm

Calling all bakers! Bake your best 1 or 2 crust pie using seasonal ingredients found at the market – sweet or savory! Pies will be judged by celebrity judges and prizes will be awarded. At the conclusion of the contest, all pies will sliced and offered to the public for a donation. All donations received will go to the Takoma Park Farmers Market SNAP (food stamp) Match Program.  If you don’t bake, come eat! Contest Rules

Remember what a blast last year was? Read who won here.


We love Maryland Beer and Wine!

Check out the Schedule of local brewers and vineyards joining us for the 2017 season. We’ve got Waredaca Brewing Company, Milkhouse Brewery, Elk Run Vineyards and Great Shoals Vineyards joining us throughout the season.

Reuseable Shopping Bags/ Takoma Park Plastic Bag Ban

Be sure to bring your reuseable shopping bags to the market or you can purchase one at the market’s ATM booth.  As of December 1, 2016, the City of Takoma Park has banned plastic shopping bags at the point of sale. They will continue to allow small plastic produce bags. Additionally, the City has allowed the market to phase in the ban and continue to use plastic bags until December 2017 as many of our small farmers have large stocks of bags stored on their farms. After that, the Takoma Park Farmers Market will pilot at compostable bag program with the city’s support.