Date & Time

Sunday, May 13th, 2018 10am-3pm


Grant Avenue between Carroll and Hancock -- Free parking at Ethan Allen lot next to the Co-op


Grant Avenue Market
Vintage • Collectibles • Funky Finds


Sunday, May 13th | 10am-3pm 

Rain or Shine

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 offering furniture, housewares, clothing, collectibles, jewelry, records, books, artwork, ephemera and more.

Live music featuring mandolin maestro Bruce Miller from 10 am to noon and local blues band DC Mudd from noon to 3 pm.

May 13th is Mother’s Day! Bring Mom to enjoy Takoma for the day. In partnership with the Takoma Park Farmers Market, we’ll be offering free pedicab rides. Visitors can pedicab to brunch at one of Takoma’s restaurants and cafes or shop the Farmers Market after finding that hidden treasure at the Grant Avenue Market.


Complimentary pedicabs sponsored by the Takoma Park Farmers Market
Farmers 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

Leashed dogs welcome!



Spaces are limited! Click here to apply online today.

Once the application is submitted, applicants will receive an automated email confirmation and will be contacted within two weeks of submission.

We are looking for unique vendors offering the following:

  • vintage: furniture, housewares, clothing, jewelry, records, books, artwork, ephemera
  • repurposed items: clothing, jewelry, artwork, housewares
  • special: eclectic wares and wearables

The fee to participate is a nonrefundable $60, payable upon acceptance into the market. Vendors provide and assemble their own tents, tables, chairs, etc. The market occurs rain or shine. For more details, please review our rules & regs here.

2018 Vendors



Arise Bazaar – Japanese and Asian art, antiques and textiles

Byrdie – jewelry made from salvaged metalware, quartz, feathers

Diament Jewelry – handmade and vintage jewelry

The Comptoir – hand embroidered art

Female Power Project (Black Lab) – graphic posters and cards

Fresca Frankie Recycled Accessories – upcycled jewelry and accessories

Holy Crepes – sweet and savory made-to-order crepes

Legacy Quilts and Art – fiber arts and dolls made of recycled materials

Lola’s Closet – vintage clothing and accessories

Love Once Again – vintage apparel and accessories

Marcelle Fozard – vintage upcycled housewares, jewelry and mini chicken paintings

OlivePit Vintage – vintage housewares, decor, toys, clothing, accessories & fabric

Rachel Pfeffer Designs – handmade jewelry

Robert Warren Designs – handmade home furnishings in timber and metal

Souk & Soul -locally sourced Moroccan home goods and accessories, vintage rugs, blankets, pillows, ceramics and handbags

sparkle and rust – garden art from up cycled materials. wind chimes, bird feeders, sun catchers, door knockers

Ten Years In Afghanistan – Afghan carpets, photography

The Crafty Lawyer–Whimsy You Can Wear – handmade pendants and earrings from ephemera

The Møbelbutik – midcentury modern, Hollywood regency, and industrial vintage furniture

The Pearl Girl – vintage and handmade jewelry, greeting cards, candles and accessories

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