Welcome to the...
Montgomery Farm Women's Cooperative Market, our official name.
We are located a block off the Crescent Trail on the south side of Elm Street Park and a five minute walk south on Wisconsin Ave from the Bethesda Metro Station at the intersection of Bethesda Ave. and Wisconsin Ave..
A Harvest Invitation...
Come celebrate with us the Taste of Fall!
Our regular vendors bring to market fresh apples, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, apple butter and honey for your taste-buds plus mums, pansies and asters for your landscape. Add "Taste" to your home and garden! Join the Market for a wonderful time of year!
Noshy comes to Market ~
Artisan Julie Strange of Noshy brings her "memorably scrumptious" cookies to the Farm Women's Market this November. A huge success at the Leesburg Saturday Market in Virginia, Noshy is a wonderful addition to our baked goods vendors- just in time for the Holiday season.
Local musician Luke James Shaffer returns for an encore performance this Friday at the Farm Women's Market from Noon-2pm. Luke is a DC based singer/songwriter/guitarist. At his live shows you can expect a wide range of well known music from Johnny Cash to Rihanna, from The Beatles to Mumford & Sons.
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. And, for that sweet tooth afterwards, be sure to include some chocolate from Chouquette's, a tart from St. Michel's French Bakery or brownies from Sandy at Chesapeake Catering.
Our New Neighbor ~ True Food Kitchen coming to the Solaire (formerly Eastham's Exxon)
The "healthy food" "anti-inflammatory" (True Food's words from their website) cuisine concept restaurant from Arizona brings Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free meals to Bethesda South! For more details visit BethesdaNow
Mendarawa adds Himalayan Flare...
Owners Nawang Geleg and Seema Kumari offer the most beautiful ladies' summer dresses, wraps and jewelry from India, Tibet and Nepal. Exquisite patterns and colors adorn their stand at the Market. For those who travel to the Himalayas or dream of visiting some day, Mendawara is a must for ladies' summer apparel! Don't forget to try out their prayer bowls and send good feelings to the majestic Himalayan Mountains... They are at the Market most every day.
Avalon Springs Farm joins our merry band of craftspeople! Proprietor Karen Schlossberg brings the finest yarns from her own livestock in Mt. Airy, Maryland. Avalon Spring's animals include a collection of Angora and Colored Angora Goats, Llama and Alpaca livestock. For those who enjoy knitting or prefer buying the final creation, Karen is on hand to talk "shop" and help you choose colors and fibers...