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Welcome to the Takoma Park Farmers Market

Open Sundays, Year-round From 10:00 am-2:00 pm.

Join us every Sunday on Laurel Avenue (temporary Covid location – enter 6931 Laurel Ave) in lovely historic, 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. See seasonal produce list HERE. 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.

SNAP/EBT & WIC 

The market gladly accepts SNAP/EBT & WIC and currently offers up to $10 in matching dollars thanks to Maryland Market Money.

Temporary Location: Parking Lot Behind the Shops on Laurel Avenue 

Entrance: Next to Suntrust Bank, 6931 Laurel Ave
Exit: Via Eastern Avenue
Hours: 10:00am -2:00pm


Covid-19 Market Safety Rules:

  1. Mask required for entry
  2. Enter  – Next to Suntrust Bank, 6931 Laurel Ave. Market will limit number of people in the market to ensure proper social distancing.
  3. Exit via Eastern Avenue
  4. Lines: Please stand 6′ apart in vendor lines.
  5. No more than 1-2 people per household. If possible, please leave children home.
  6. Only touch what you plan to purchase
  7. Shop and leave quickly (please do not use benches inside market)
  8. Practice social distancing by maintaining 6′ from others in line and in market
  9. Please do not eat in the market. For the safety of customers, we ask that you enjoy market snacks in the adjacent Streetery on Laurel Ave.
  10. No bikes or dogs (except service animals) allowed inside market
  11. No smoking

To reduce contact and speed up shopping, buy pre-bagged items OR pre-order online.


Preorder Options Below:

Atwaters Bakery
Bread, baked goods
Order cutoff: Friday 9:00 am
Order for Atwaters Bakery here


Audia’s Farm and Nursery
Jams, cider donuts and other handmade treats.
Order for Audia’s via email at Audia1011@comcast.net


Black Rock Orchard
Order cutoff: Friday 12:00 noon
Order for Black Rock Orchard here


Breezy Meadows Farm
Hemp products
Order cutoff: Saturday 2:00pm
Order for Breezy Meadows Farm here

Clear Spring Creamery

Milk, butter, cheese.
Order cutoff: Thursday 12:00 noon
Order for Clear Spring Creamery here


Glenville Hollow Farms
Order cutoff: Thursday
Order for Glenville Hollow Farms here


Georges Mill Farm
Chevre, feta, skyr
Order cutoff: Friday 12:00 noon
Order for Georges Mill Farm here


Keswick Creamery
Cheese
Send order and your location for pick up and you’ll receive payment link. See here
Order for Keswick via email at orderkeswickcheese@gmail.com


Madison Mushrooms
Mushrooms
Order cutoff: Friday 8:00 am
Order for Madison Mushrooms here


Max’s Degrees
Herb & Salt Blends, Mustards, Syrups and Vinegars
Pre-orders only. Not set up at market. Pickup at Glenville Hollow Farms booth
Order cutoff: Thursday
Order for Max’ Degrees here


Migrash Farm
Flour and grains
Order cutoff:  Sunday night (high demand requires one week lead time for orders)
Order for Migrash Farm here


Number One Sons
Fermented Foods
Pre-orders only. No market purchases.

Order cutoff: Saturday 7:00am
Order for Number One Sons here


Purple Mountain Grown
Rice, oatmeal, flour, groats, wheatberries, pinto and black beans and produce
Order cutoff: Thursday 6:00pm
Order for Purple Mountain Grown here


Toigo Orchards
Order cutoff: Saturday 4:00 pm
Order for Toigo Orchards here


Twin Springs Fruit Farm
Pick and choose to make up your own market box from a long list of fresh fruit and produce, including greens from the greenhouses, as well as our own jarred goods. Pre-order on our site and pre-pay with our secure credit card payment system, as well as choose the location at which you wish to pick it up.
Order cutoff: Order between Wednesday at 5:00 pm – Saturday 12:00 noon
Order for Twin Springs Fruit Farm here


 

 

Thanks to the Washington City Paper for selecting us as the 2019 Best Farmers Market in DC!

 


Bring Your Bags to the Market

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.