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3 Winter Farmers Markets in Chicago

3 Winter Farmers Markets in Chicago

We love our fresh, locally-sourced veggies, and the relationships fostered within the community. But winter’s here, and gone are those lovely summer morning trips to your favorite farmers market.

But wait, there’s a way to still enjoy produce you love from your local farmers.

Here are three indoor markets open for the season!

 

Green City Market

Green City Market

Photo Credit: Green City Market Instagram

Multiple locations

As Chicago’s largest and first year-round market, Green City offers an indoor alternative on Saturdays, until April 27. The well-known market prides itself in supporting family farms and establishing great connections between consumers and their local farmers. They advocate for a healthier society, hosting educational programs beneficial for all.

Saturdays, November 3 – April 27

8 am – 1 pm

 

61st Street Farmers Market

61st Street Farmers Market

Photo Credit: 61st Street Farmers Market Instagram

6100 South Blackstone Avenue

With help from determined volunteers, 61st Street has become a South Side Chicago premiere farmers market, producing the freshest produce from local and regional farmers. They also offer chef demos, “Market School” sessions, and live music.

Second Saturdays of each month, November 3 – April 13 

9am – 2pm

 

Logan Square Farmers Market

Logan Square Farmers Market

Photo Credit: Logan Square Farmers Market Facebook

2363 North Milwaukee Avenue

Managed by Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, this farmers market makes it their civic duty to provide locals with over 60 local farms and food purveyors. Their mission is to build up the Logan Square community and foster entrepreneurship.

Sundays, November 4 -March 31

10 am – 3 pm

 

 

 

Featured Image Credit: Green City Market Instagram

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