The Main Street Farmers and Artists Market is open Saturdays, year round, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. You’ll find it in the Main Street Pavilion at 301 Main Street, one block off of Kentlands Boulevard. A variety of local artists with unique handcrafted items join the farmers at this location in the spring, summer and fall. Products available for purchase include a vast assortment of fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, various herbs, cut flowers, and potted plants, baked goods, dog treats, meat, eggs, and honey. Our seasonal arts and craft vendors sell jewelry, photographs, health and beauty products, knitted items, quilts, purses, woodworking items, clothing, children’s accessories, yard art, and more!
The Main Street Farmers Market is now operating year round, with products sold throughout the winter. Artists will continue to participate from May through November. Enjoy winter vegetables as well as produce grown in local greenhouses. Other items may include meat, breads, crabcakes, soups, dips and spreads, pickles, crepes, cupcakes and cookies, scones, eggs, honey, jams and jellies, hot drinks, herbs, soaps, and plants and flowers. The market will not open if weather is severe.
The Fulks Corner Farmers Market will be open Thursdays, May 5 through November 17, from 12:30 to 6 p.m. You’ll find it at the corner of Route 355 and Fulks Corner Avenue in Olde Towne. There are no crafters at this market. Available products include a wide assortment of fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, herbs, flowers and plants, honey, cider, fruit butters, baked goods, and a variety of meat.
Both markets accept WIC, FVC and FMNP checks.
Two farmers at Gaithersburg’s Farmers Markets are now accepting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) funds to purchase fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables. Scenic View Orchards at the Thursday Fulks Corner Market in Olde Towne, and Homestead Farm at the Saturday Main Street Market in Kentlands. Both markets also accept WIC, FVC and FMNP checks.