Closed Due to Covid-19

Farmers Market Closed for 2020 due to Covid-19

With regret, the Marymount Farmers Market will be closed for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Field to Table, the market’s manager, and Marymount University, have decided not to open  the market because the university is closed to the public and will likely remain so at least through the summer.  For the spring and summer terms, students are studying online rather than on campus.   We expect the Marymount Farmers Market will return in 2021 once conditions improve.  Until then, please consider visiting another nearby farmers market for fresh, locally grown produce and prepared food items.

Saturday mornings, 8 a.m. – noon, the Lubber Run Farmers Market, is located at Barret Elementary School, 4401 N Henderson Rd. (next to N. George Mason Dr.) 

Sunday mornings, 8 a.m. – noon, the Westover Farmers Market is located at the Westover Branch Library, 1644 N McKinley Rd. (next to Washington Blvd.)

Oktoberfest 2019

Lee Highway Alliance is proud to present Oktoberfest at the Marymount Farmers Market! This year, we’ll have authentic cuisine, live music, and craft beer!

This is a FREE family-friendly event open to all! Enjoy the market’s vendors while you sample authentic German and Viennese food, craft beer and live music by Liab’ und Schneid, the DMV’s premier German, Swiss, Bavarian and Austrian music duo! Plus, enter to win amazing raffle prizes every half-hour.

Parking is free in the Blue Garage off Yorktown Blvd. Learn more at MarymountFarmersMarket.org

Oktoberfest is presented by: Lee Highway Alliance, Marymount Farmers Market, Marymount University, and Betsy Twigg

Jaime Star

Jaime Star will provide Music in the Market on:

August 18
November 3

Oktoberfest 2018

The Lee Highway Alliance, in conjunction with Marymount University and Field to Table, will host its second Oktoberfest event on the main campus at the Marymount Farmers Market. The festival will include traditional German music, grilled German sausages, Viennese bakers in traditional dress, raffles of German and other products, and face painting. Vendors at the farmers market will offer a wide range of seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as an international collection of ethnic foods. The festival’s hours are 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The farmers market’s hours are 9 a.m. till 1 p.m. For young and old alike! Wear any traditional German dress you may have. Park in the university’s Blue Garage off of Yorktown Boulevard. Come join the fest and fun!

The address is 2807 N. Glebe Rd.  Enjoy North Arlington Gemuetlichkeit!

Joe Ballanderson

Joe plays guitar, likely an instrument he crafted himself.

Scheduled to play:

Sept.  8
Sept. 15
Sept. 22