Crossroads Farmers Market

May – December

Wednesdays, 11:00am to 3:00pm, rain or shine!

Crossroads is now closed, but will reopen May 31, 2017!

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

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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

Healthy Food For All

Crossroads Farmers Market is a lively community gathering space for people of all backgrounds and incomes, where families, foodies, neighbors, gardeners, live-music fans, and coffee lovers meet every Wednesday afternoon to eat lunch and stock up on fresh ingredients for the week ​ahead. ​This producers-only market features a range of vendors selling fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey, coffee, seed and nut snacks​, Central American herbs like chipil​ín, and tasty prepared foods, as well as food demos and tastings, kids’ activities, live music, and other events.

Crossroads was the first market in Maryland to accept federal nutrition benefits, and the first in the country to launch a “double dollar” incentive program to match the value of these benefits spent at the market. Eligible shoppers are able to stretch their buying power to bring home more fresh fruits and vegetables, and at the same time support local farmers and vendors—three quarters of whom are immigrants themselves. ​

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.

Become a volunteer

Are you passionate about *everyone* in our community having access to fresh, healthy food? Want to develop professional skills and/or practice foreign language skills? Then join our volunteer team! We’re now accepting volunteer applications for the 2017 farmers market season, which begins on May 31 and runs through December 27. Positions vary from bilingual Fresh Checks Assistant to Farmer Sales Associate to CSA Assistant to Market Chef, and more! Most positions require a commitment on Wednesdays. We look forward to hearing from you!

Join our multi-farm CSA!

Join the Crossroads Multi-Farm CSA and not only will you receive delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables from Crossroads farmers all through summer and fall, but also you’ll become an essential part of our mission: to build a healthier, more inclusive food system in Maryland’s Takoma/Langley Crossroads. Our CSA runs for 31 weeks, from May 31 through December 27—that’s six more weeks than last year!—and it combines naturally grown produce, handmade products, and other farm-fresh goodies from multiple Crossroads vendors. Do your body—and your community—a whole lot of good. Sign up online today! Questions? Contact CSA Coordinator Liz Whitehurst at