Georgetown Farmers’ Market Re-Opens Wednesday
The Georgetown Farmers Market opens Wednesday, May 2, for its tenth season in Rose Park.
The Friends of Rose Park, in cooperation with the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation, sponsors the Georgetown Farmers Market in Rose Park for another season. The market will be open, rain or shine, every Wednesday until Halloween from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. near the corner of 26th and O Streets.
“The Friends of Rose Park has been delighted with the neighborhood support for this project in Rose Park, and we hope the Georgetown community will join us on opening day,” according to the group.
The market welcomes newcomers and regulars to the park:
= Two Oceans True Foods: free-range turkeys, chickens and eggs as well as family-caught seafood
= Oh! Pickles: a wide variety of homemade pickles
= Baguette Republic: artisan breads, cookies and more
= Anchor Nursery: fresh vegetables, fresh cut flowers, plants
= Quaker Valley Orchards: berries, honey, apples, peaches, greens
= Praline Bakery: French bakery specialties; dinners-to-go, croissants
= Les Caprices de Joelle: paella, soups, quiche, waffles and other goodies
Neighbors and volunteers interested in helping at the market one day a month and local non-profit groups interested in getting on the calendar at the market should e-mail RoseParkMarket@yahoo.com.
Rose Park is located between M and P Streets, N.W., bounded on the west side by 26th and 27th Streets and on the east side by Rock Creek Parkway. Its facilities include three tennis courts, a basketball court, a baseball diamond, two playground areas and substantial open space.