The Farm Women's Market
A unique, intimate, quirky and festive shopping experience in Downtown Bethesda. The Market features great food, drink and music with artisans, crafts and boutique businesses from around the Mid-Atlantic region. Local vineyards and breweries provide tastings and food trucks offer a quick meal.We are a ten minute walk south on Wisconsin Ave from the Bethesda Metro Station at the intersection of Bethesda Ave. and Wisconsin Ave..
Shannon Marie Jewelry
Unique hand-crafted Jewelry
Is a Candle is a small, DC based, artisan candle-making business.Hand-dipped 100% beeswax taper candles
Up-cycled products. Most products are handcrafted, green and vegan.
Functional and artful ceramic works that provide an aesthetic experience for daily use.
Waltz Family Farm ~
Beef, Lamb, Goat & Pork
plus Eve's Colby and Cheddar Cheese
Jacob and Laurie Waltz raise pastured Beef and Lamb plus Pork free-roaming in a large barn just outside Hagerstown in Smithsburg, Maryland.The entire Waltz family “loves farming life” and shares a deep passion for bringing only the finest local meats to market. They provide a loving, caring and stress-free farm environment which allows their livestock to thrive year round. Wednesdays only. DETAILS
Red Mosaic Jewelry ~
Saturday, May 20th
Red Mosaic offers designs from around the world reflecting the spirit of the modern-day woman through her love of jewelry and fashion.
R & H Farm bring Fine Pork and Sausage plus more ~ Saturdays
Don and Angie Rowand's farm is in St. Mary's County in Southern Maryland southeast from St. Mary's City on the Chesapeake Bay side of the peninsula. R and H Farm specialize in Red Wattle and Berkshire Breeds which offers greater marbling and a more flavorful cut of meat. A member of Southern Maryland Meats, R&H Farm adhere to a strict code of excellence and quality. For Details and Price Sheet click this link DETAILS
La Bohemia Bakery - Wed, Fri & Sat
Our famous croissants, tarts and baguettes at La Bohemia Bakery are now available Sunday at the Baltimore Farmer's Market Authentic traditions of truly scrumptious French baguettes and croissants. Please stop by the Farm Women's Market to indulge yourself and your family.
Hand-Crafted Ceramic Wares by Clay Elements
June 10th, 17th & July 1st
Christine Goh studied fine arts and architecture in Singapore and practiced architecture and interior design in Singapore and Tokyo, with an emphasis on contemporary and modern design. "I found my passion for designing and working in clay while living in Thailand". "I craft functional and artful ceramic works that provide an aesthetic experience for daily use, along with accessories that try to evoke nature's beauty" said Goh. Each piece is wheel thrown, hand-built and glazed in ways that express the mood and essence of landscapes and city-scapes.
Iris Grundler Pottery ~ Wednesday, May 20th
The daughter of Peruvian parents, Iris' expressive style and boldness may be attributed to her origins, with her Spanish and Incan heritage combining with American influences, resulting in an interesting international amalgam.
Come experience a blend of local and international farm-market traditions...
Chunky & Friends~ Saturday, May 27th
Author and Health advocate Joseph Vivens brings to the Market a Children's perspective to healthy eating through his series of children's books.
Shepherds Manor Creamery ~ Saturday, May 27th
Colleen and Michael Histon work their alchemy—turning sweet, ephemeral sheep's milk into the complex, long-lasting miracle called cheese.
Metro Microgreens ~ Saturdays this Spring
Just Pralines ~ Fridays
Coming in April Just Pralines joins the Market adding another French style Sweet to our many other locally fresh-made treats. Every Friday til' Christmas!
Homeshed Kitchen Sourdough Breads, Treats & Savories...
Chef Jeanette Warne is a L'Academie de Cuisine graduate ~ “As a self-taught “savory” cook, my early influences were formulated by my mother and grandmother. Growing up in what I remember as a lush, beautiful, and bountiful Sierra Leone, I was no stranger to wholesome, fresh home cooking! Even though we didn’t live on a traditional farm, we grew our own fruits and vegetables. We had a non-stop supply of fresh eggs hatched in our own thriving chicken coops. It was a common way of life, which made it very hard for this Sierra Leonean girl to get used to the taste of what I often call “prefabricated or FAST foods”. Thus is born Homeshed Kitchens, Breads & Artisan Dinners among other projects. Homeshed Kithchen will sell on Saturdays. Pre-order on Homeshed Kitchens' site.
Chef Pat Tanumihardja ~ Saturday, June 10th
Born in Indonesia and raised in Singapore, Pat Tanumihardja's credits her eclectic culinary aptitude and global outlook to her multicultural background. Pat has been a food and lifestyle writer for over a decade and her cookbooks include Farm to Table Asian Secrets—Vegan and Vegetarian Full-Flavored Recipes for Every Season (Tuttle Publishing, March 2017) and The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook (Sasquatch Books, 2009). She lives in Springfield, VA with her husband and son. Find Pat on Twitter: @PicklesandTea, Instagram: @Pickles.and.Tea and on the web: SmithsonianAPA.org/PicklesandTea
Gourmet Weekend Entertaining...
When the weekend is around the corner and you don't feel like cooking, stop by the Market for a delightful quick "take home" meal to satisfy family and friends.