Crossroads Farmers Market

June – November 

11:00am to 3:00pm

Every Wednesday, rain or shine!

Location: Anne St. (between University Blvd. & Hammond Ave., across from the Rite Aid) Takoma Park, MD 20912

Get directions on Google Maps

Please note: Market customers are not allowed to park in the Megamart parking lot or @ 1021 University Blvd office building next to the market. If they do, they will likely be towed. Those driving should park on Anne St, Hammond Ave, or in the side lane at University Blvd. Shuttle use and carpooling is encouraged.



  1. Community booth
  2. Montoya’s Farm
  3. Toigo Orchards
  4. Cooking Demos
  5. Vegetales R.L.
  6. Crossroads Fresh Checks: WIC/EBT
  7. Crossroads Fresh Checks: Seniors/SNAP
  8. Tuckey’s Mountain Grown
  9. Good Sense Farm & Apiary
  10. Owl’s Nest
  11. Crossroads CSA
  12. Melwood
  13. Alcoba Coffee
  14. Artemiya
  15. El Carreton: Homemade ice cream
  16. Seedy Nutty
  17. Bev’s Gourmet Salad Creations
  18. Community lunch tables
  19. Nancia’s Antojitos: Guatemalan prepared food
  20. El Sol/Candy’s Pupusas
  21. Valle Produce
  22. Kids’ activities booth
  23. Community lunch tables
  24. Music

Become a sponsor

Sponsoring Crossroads Farmers Market is one of the best values around for promoting your business or organization. Last year the market saw nearly 1,200 visitors each week, and market shoppers spent more than $16,000 at nearby businesses. For a tiny fraction of that amount, you can greatly increase visibility of your business or organization, as well as showcase your commitment to giving back to our community. There are a range of support options, and we are also able to customize your package to best fit your desired support level.

Crossroads by the Numbers

In 2014, Crossroads Farmers Market was 1 of 9 farmers markets chosen to participate in a three-year Market Metrics study in collaboration with the University of Madison-Wisconsin and Farmers Market Coalition. As participants on this project, we collect data from vendors and shoppers and, in turn, communicate the social, environmental, economic, and behavioral impacts farmers markets have on their communities and regions: