Prince William Living magazine voted our market as one of the best in the area with good reason–our wonderful producers, loyal customers, and warm community. We’ve also gotten rave reviews on Yelp.com! We are now officially a year round market, so you can enjoy the best our vendors have to offer through the winter.
During peak season (starting April 6th), the Farmer’s Market can be found on Thursdays in the Harris Pavilion in Historic Downtown Manassas and Saturdays in the new location – PRINCE WILLIAM LOT, across from the new Baldwin Elementary. The hours for both markets are 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Both markets will run through mid-November.
The summer Tuesday evening market will run from June through August at the Harris Pavilion from 5-8pm.
The Winter Market is held on Saturdays in Parking Lot B beginning in December.
Laurel, MD Contact(s): Jeffrey & Lydia Bhaskaria Specializing in fresh specialty pickles in a wide variety of flavors sold by the pint or quart. Products: Sweet N Spicy, Wasabi Sweet, Cajun Sweet, Bread & Butter, Sweet Horseradish, Dragon Fire Garlic Dills, Old Bay Dills, Jamaican Jerk Dills, Horseradish Dills, Whole Jewish Dills, Whole, 1/2 & […]
Reva, Virginia Contact(s): Ernest Dodson Produces various fruits and vegetables all of which are locally grown. Accepts SNAP Products (vary seasonally): Beets, carrots, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, greens, onions, peppers, radishes, summer squash, turnips, heirloom tomatoes, and potatoes Gourds and Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins Apples, apricots, melons, pears, peaches, plums, and nectarines Market(s): Peak season: Saturdays
Manassas, VA Contact(s): Jennifer Solis A local, homemade bakery specializing in Peruvian and international desserts. Accepts SNAP Products: Peruvian pastries and desserts Alfajores – Peruvian cookie sandwiches with different fillings 3 leches cake and orange chiffon cake Empanadas Market(s): Peak Season: Thursdays & Saturdays
Midland, VA Contact(s): Bohdana Bruccoleri Women-owned, family farm employing women who have been rescued from abuse and slavery. Accepts SNAP Products (vary seasonally): Cut herbs, basil, dried herbs, potted herbs, and bay Tomatoes, lettuce Cheese Grape vines and fig trees Annuals, dried flowers, zinnias Vegetable starts Lavender Honey and bee products Eggs Pork Gardening accessories […]