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Tuesday, March 5, 2024

NoMa Farmers Market Returns for Summer

Farm fresh favorites are back just in time for summer at the NoMa Farmers Market. Vendors will set up Alethia Tanner Park (227 Harry Thomas Way NE) each Thursday evening through Oct. 17 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. to sell products and connect with the community.

In its inaugural year, the market provided fresh food options for the community and a marketplace for local vendors to showcase and sell their goods. The market also became a new gathering place for community connection, catch up and contribution to the success of local vendors throughout 2022.

President and CEO of the NoMa BID, Maura Brophy, expressed enthusiasm about the market’s return in 2023.

“We’re excited to build on the success of the NoMa Farmers Market’s inaugural season and provide the community with convenient access to fresh produce and local goods,” Brophy said. “We look forward to welcoming returning and new vendors for the 2023 season.”

Don’t miss the NoMa Farmers Market this summer. Photo: Nina Ramadan.

This year’s market will feature a mix of new and returning vendors. In addition to fresh produce, visitors can enjoy live music and a variety of products including fresh-cut flowers, wellness products for people and pets, homemade breads and pastries and more.

The vendors participating in this year’s market include: Ashton Farms LLC, Atlixcos Grill, Blossom Nutraceuticals, Believe N Bread, A Contemporary Market Bakery, Candor All Natural, ChowDownDC, Danielle’s Chocolate Delights, East Sound Lane, Fahrenheit99 & Co., VegHeaven, Kesh & Fresh, Kreative Ice Dessert Shop, Lavender & Honey, Loza Pastry, Mane Rhodes, Na’guara con Sabor Venezolano, Paste & Rind Cheese Co., Taco Dirty To Me, Tae-Gu Kimchi, Yeht Co, Twistedtreats and 300 Grados Bakery.

If you are interested in participating in the market, visit diversemarkets.net for more information. You can learn more about the NoMa BID and view a full list of their upcoming events at nomabid.org.

Sarah Payne is a reporter for Capital Community News. She can be reached at sarahp@hillrag.com.

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