Grant Avenue Market
Sunday, May 8th | 10am-3pm
SPECIAL NOTE FOR WASHINGTON POST READERS: the Grant Avenue Market took place on Sunday, May 8th. There was an incorrect entry in the Washington Post stating that the market would take place again on May 14th. That is incorrect. Sorry for any confusion. See you in 2017!
Location: Grant Avenue and Carroll Avenue, Takoma Park, MD
The Grant Avenue Market is returning to Takoma Park, one of “America’s Coolest Suburbs” (See Thrillist), with an eclectic mix of vintage, collectibles and funky finds. 25 vendors will be in attendance with furniture, household items, clothing, collectibles, jewelry, records, books, artwork, ephemera and more. DC favorite, Hunted House, will make its Takoma Park debut at the market with a collection of mid-century modern furniture, art and accessories.
Mother’s Day is also May 8th! Bring Mom to enjoy Takoma for the day. The market will host Holy Crepes food truck and activities for the kids from Takoma’s favorite art space, Little Loft. In partnership with the Takoma Park Farmers Market, the market is offering free pedicab rides throughout Takoma. Visitors may take a pedicab ride to brunch at one of the Takoma’s restaurants cafés or shopping at the Takoma Park Farmers Market after finding that hidden treasure at the Grant Avenue Market.
Location: the Market takes place on Grant Avenue in Takoma Park, MD between Carroll and Hancock Avenues
The event is accessible via the Takoma Station on Metro’s Red Line.
Parking is available in the public lots below:
(1) Lot on Ethan Allen Ave next to Co-op FREE and closest to Market
(2) Lot behind the shops on Laurel Ave -$2.50 for Sunday
(3) Lot the corner of Carroll and Willow Ave, enter via Willow Ave. Rate: $3 for Sunday
Plus metered street parking (free on Sundays) and at the Takoma Metro parking lot
Check back in early 2017 for the online application.
A nonrefundable vendor fee of $50 will be due upon acceptance into the market.
We are looking for unique vendors offering the following:
- antiques: furniture, household items
- vintage goods: clothing, collectibles, jewelry, records, books, artwork, ephemera
- repurposed items: clothing, jewelry, artwork, housewares
- Interesting food vendors
Think you fit the bill? Have questions? Read our rules & regs here.
ArizonaWood – rustic southwestern style small tables, benches & wall hangings
ErikawithaK Vintage – vintage clothing, accessories, housewares, linens and sewing supplies
fresca and frankie recycled accessories – made from repurposed library books, cans, bottle caps
Gulo, Inc. – ceramic figurines and vessels, artistic clothing, vintage items, potted plants
Hunted House, Vintage and Mid Century Modern – mid century modern and other vintage furniture, art, accessories and lighting
JenniferLynn’s Finds Vintage – vintage and antique books, holloware, jewelry, household items
Joshua Wood – furniture, reclaimed wood and metals
Let It BE Boutique – handcrafted jewelry
Marcelle Fozard – vintage upcycled housewares, jewelry and mini chicken paintings
M.O.B. Vintage – vintage furniture, art and home decor
Random Clicks & Vintage Picks – quirky original photographs mounted on recycled wood, unique vintage items
RaReR LLC – upcycled/repurposed furniture and home furnishings
RozArt and Salvage & Steal – salvaged metal craft sculpture
Skincando – locally made eco beauty products
Spanishsafari – repurposed and upcycled jewelry from china, Barbie dolls, vintage watch dials and more
Sparkle and Rust – garden art from up cycled materials. wind chimes, bird feeders, sun catchers, door knockers
Spiritual Unicorn Art – mobile painting party
Ten Years In Afghanistan – Afghan carpets, photography
The Little Loft – “A neighborhood art space”
Tin Lizzy Mobile Boutique – sustainable fashion clothing and accessories truck
TJ’s Vintage Art Pottery – vintage, antique and contemporary art pottery including vases, figurines, utility ware, art tiles, glassware, teapots and more
Top Hatz & Accessories – fine men’s and women’s hats
YB Green Jewelry – upcycled glass jewelry