About Us

Four Mile Run Farmers & Artisans Market
Sundays from 9am until 1pm
Four Mile Run Park at 4109 Mt Vernon Avenue, Alexandria

For more info see: http://www.4mrmarket.org/
On Twitter: @4MRMarket
On Instagram: @4MRMarket
Contact us at: 4MRMarket@arlandria.org
Or call the 4MRMarket voice mailbox: (804) 4Mi-Run1

What it's all about....We're helping to fix a park, restore a stream and build community!!

Each year 4MRMarket donates all funds raised by our volunteer efforts to the City of Alexandria to be used in Four Mile Run Park. But we give so much more in effort.

The Four Mile Run Farmers & Artisans Market brings fresh, nutritious food to people of all income levels, provide an opportunity for local artisans and producers of goods to bring their wares to market, strive to reflect the diversity of the community, and improve the quality of life for Arlandria residents and visitors.

As part of this mission, 4MRMarket accepts SNAP/EBT payments.  With the help of INOVA's double dollars incentive, the first $20 of tokens requested at our SNAP/EBT table will be doubled.  So you ask for $20 to be charged to your account, and you receive $40 in tokens to spend like cash at the market!  Eating healthy made affordable thanks to INOVA and your local, Arlandria farmers market.

4MRMarket is part of an overall vision to expand and improve Four Mile Run park and the surrounding neighborhood.

Over several years, a group of community volunteers has formed to perform various improvement projects in and around Four Mile Run Park, design for the Four Mile Run Park Expansion, renovations of the newly acquired former electrical substation that is now Commonwealth Park (3550 Commonwealth Avenue) and sponsored a new park non-profit: the Four Mile Run Conservatory Foundation (www.fourmilerun.org). Four Mile Run Farmers & Artisan Market has committed yearly funds raised from market operations for various park improvements.

Additionally, 4MRMarket was the first farmers market in Northern Virginia to allow the use of SNAP (formerly Food Stamps) to be used and to provide incentives with partnerships from Inova Health Foundation and Wholesome Wave.

As a 100% neighborhood volunteer-run market, we are proud that the market serves as an incubator for small start-up businesses, a space for non-profits to promote their causes, and a community gathering place for live music, fellowship, and quality food and craft options.


In the Press

Market Managers

Kurt Moser, Nathalie Beekman, Catherine Corp, Catherine Riccio, and Nick Partee