Open Sundays, Year-round From 10:00 am-2:00 pm 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. Picnic blankets are available at the market ATM to check out and enjoy market goodies on the TP SDA Church lawn.
Thanks to the Washington City Paper for selecting us as the 2019 Best Farmers Market in DC!
Takoma Park 8th Annual Pie Contest was Sunday, September 22nd 2019
Congrats to the contest winners:
Best Apple Pie: Sliced Honey Apple, Amy Joy Thomas
Best Peach Pie: Southern Cream Peach, Chante Swell
Best “Other” Pie: Persimmon + Pear Brandy Pie, Alyss Aune
Yummy Mess: Peaches 4 Ginger , Melissa Varga
Most Unusual: The G.O.A.T. Pie, Cait Beleny
Best Kids’ Pie: Kate Barclay and Eloise Carter, Apple Pi Pie
Best Kids Pie: Mushroom Pie, North Lovelady-Allen
2020 Pie Contest will be Sunday, September 20th, 2020.
Contest rules Here
8th Annual Takoma Park Farmers Market Pie Contest
Sunday, September 22nd, 2019
Pie Delivery: 11:00am -11:30am
Pie Sales: 1:00pm
Location: SDA Church Lawn – corner of Laurel and Carroll Aves, next to the market
Check out last year’s winners Here.
Takoma Park Farmers Market Garlic Festival was on July 14th
Sunday, July 14th, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
2019 Summer Season Kicks Off on April 21st
The 2019 summer season kicks off on Sunday, April 21, 2019 when summer-only vendors return to join full year vendors and continue to offer fresh food, all from within 125 miles of Takoma Park. Free reuseable shopping bags today for market ATM users (ATM is in the middle of the market).
The market welcomes 2 new vendors this season. Purple Mountain Grown joins the market with locally grown rice and beans and seasonal produce. Migrash Farm takes a year-round spot with small batch grains and flours.
Today, find Tenth Ward Distillery and Max’s Degrees Spices. The market continues to host a rotating line up of pop up vendors including breweries, distilleries and wineries plus honey and spices. Schedule (Special note: 2019 Pop Up schedule is full and we are not accepting additional vendors).
May 5: Spring Planting Event
June 2: Bee Festival with Bees by the Bay and the DC Beekeepers
July 14: Garlic Festival with Tony “The Garlic Guy” Sarmiento, Takoma Horticulture Club and Washington Gardener and enthusiastic home cook, Sara Hayden
September 22: Takoma Park Farmers Market Pie Contest
Bring Your Bags to the Market