The NoMa Farmers Market, one of many latest within the D.C. space, will relocate to Third Street, Northeast, between M and N Streets — and it is increasing.

The NoMa Farmers Market will relocate to Third Street, Northeast, between M and N Streets.(Courtesy NoMa BID)

The NoMa Farmers Market, one of many latest within the D.C. space, will relocate to Third Street, Northeast, between M and N Streets — and it’s increasing.

The NoMa market will likely be open 4-8 p.m. each Thursday from May via October. The first day of this season is May 2.

The NoMa market was launched in 2022 by the NoMa Business Improvement District. It was held weekly its first two years at Alethia Tanner Park.

“As the market grew in recognition, we wanted to develop to accommodate extra distributors who needed to hitch this weekly neighborhood occasion,” the NoMa BID mentioned in a press release.

The new location is about three blocks from the Union Market Farmers Market on fifth Street, Northeast. The Union Market farmers market, amongst two dozen operated by FreshFarm can be new. The year-round market launched final September, and is open on Sundays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

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