The Farmers Market is opening for the season on Sunday, June 21! Please follow our shopping guidelines when you visit, to ensure the safety of all patrons and vendors.
About the Market
The 2020 Farmers Market Season was delayed because of COVID-19 and opens on Sunday, June 21. Operating rain or shine, the market takes place each Sunday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. through the last Sunday in November in the city owned commuter lot at 95th and Longwood Drive, 1835 W. 95th Street. We are a member of the Chicago City Markets Program.
Plan Your Visit
What can you expect to find at the Farmers Market? This handy infographic from Farm Flavor shows what’s in season now. Or you can just come to the market and see for yourself. Be sure to check out our list of participating vendors to see who’s coming. And visit our Fun at the Market page for details on our upcoming musical guests, children’s activities, and guests at our Community Tent.
Meet Our Vendors
The Farmers Market is home to a variety of farmers, bakers, and artisans. They include C&D Farms, Noffke Family Farms, Breadman Baking Company, Stamper Cheese Company, John Bailey Honey, and more.
Thank You to our Sponsors
Beverly Bank & Trust remains the premier sponsor for the market. Their generosity allows us to fund entertainment at the market each week from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. including local favorites like The Beverly All Stars, Joel Barr, Dave Waterman, Mark Taylor, Bridget Cavanaugh, and more!
Southtown Health Foods sponsors our children’s activities for the 2020 season. Their generous donation will allow us to bring back some of our favorites from last year for the kids including Erin’s Farm, an appearance from Southpaw, craft activities and much more!
The 19th Ward Youth Foundation, Illinois State Senator Bill Cunningham, and State Representative Fran Hurley graciously fund our face painter for the season. We plan to offer face painting in the children’s tent every other week from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
We are also indebted to our market sponsors including the 95th Street Business Association, the Chicago Public Library Beverly branch, Marvelous Faces face painting, Pacor Mortgage Corporation, the Beverly Area Planning Association, and Alderman Matt O’Shea. We are especially grateful to BAPA for their assistance in spreading the word about the market and to Alderman O’Shea for helping us keep the market lot in the best shape possible. We are also grateful to the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences and their principal, Bill Hook, for assistance with building new barricades for our use at the market.
Interested in becoming a vendor?
Find out what it takes to participate in our community farmers market!
Would you like to reserve the Community Tent?
Our Community Tent is available to local nonprofit organizations and schools that want to get the word out about their programs. Check out our schedule for this season, and reserve a spot for your group!