Farm-to-table freshness

every Sunday, rain or shine.

Our Vendors

The Farmers Market partners with community farms and artisans who make their own products by hand.
AndySunflower Cafe

AndySunflower Cafe

Blankenship Farms

Blankenship Farms

Don Blankenship

Blankenship Farms is a third generation family farm in Eau Claire, Michigan. They have grown peaches, apples, plums, strawberries, blueberries, cherries, tomatoes, sweet corn and other produce with the use of minimal chemicals for more than 50 years. Email Don.
Breadman Baking Company

Breadman Baking Company

Frank Damiano

Breadman Baking Co. offers handcrafted specialty breads and sweets made with fresh, healthy, all natural ingredients and no preservatives, artificial flavors or colorings. Email Frank.

 

C & D Farms

C & D Farms

Crystal Nells

C & D Family Farms is a small family farm dedicated to raising hogs in their natural environment, on pasture land and wooded areas in Knox, Indiana. They partner with other local farms to provide eggs, chicken, beef, turkey, bison, and lamb. Email Crystal.
Coco’s Tamales

Coco’s Tamales

Coco

Dona Coco’s Tamales offers chicken, pork, vegetarian and sweet tamales that are made gluten free & lard free, but still maintain the authentic taste of her Abuela’s recipe. Email Coco.

 

Down to Earth Beverly

Down to Earth Beverly

May Yen

Down to Earth Beverly offers heirloom fruit and vegetable plants from seedlings. Email May. 

 

 

Emmy & J’s Dips

Emmy & J’s Dips

Fountain BBQ

Fountain BBQ

Lee Fountain

A smoke house featuring wood-smoked meats over low, slow heat.
Gotta B Crepes

Gotta B Crepes

Ryan

Gotta Be Crepes offers a variety of delicious, made-to-order crepes at the market every Sunday. Email Ryan.

 

LaFevor Farms and Greenhouses

LaFevor Farms and Greenhouses

Mark Lafevor

LaFevor Farms and Greenhousesbrings fresh produce to the market from their farm in Kankakee. Email Mark.

Lizzie’s Baked Goods

Noffke Family Farms

Noffke Family Farms

Chris Noffke

Enjoy fruits, vegetables, and flowers fresh from Noffke Family Farms in Coloma, Michigan. Email Chris.
Not Just Cookies

Not Just Cookies

Johnathon Bush

Not Just Cookies offers a range of desserts, including gluten free and vegan treats. They are known in particular for their best selling “turtle cookie.” Email Johnathon.

 

Pollo Locuas

Pollo Locuas

Nubia Chavez

The Pollo Locuas taco truck offers a selection of made-to-order tacos with a bar of fresh toppings and salsas.
Stamper Cheese

Stamper Cheese

Bret Stamper

Stamper Cheese Company is an artisanal cheesemonger that brings a variety of fresh, handcrafted cheeses to the 95th Street Farmers Market. Email Bret.

 

Sunflower

Sunflower

Nicole Sanders

Sunflower offers purses and totes crafted by local resident and talented seamstress Nicole Sanders. Email Nicole.
Sweet Freaks

Sweet Freaks

Pat Murphy

Sweet Freaks is a family owned chocolate shop at 9927 S. Wood Street in Beverly that offers a variety of handcrafted, freshly made sweets.
Piscasaw Gardens

Piscasaw Gardens

Aaron Kinney

Piscasaw Gardens specializes in sweet corn and other farm fresh vegetables. Email Twin Gardens.

 

Urban Canopy

Urban Canopy

Kelsey Schroeder

The Urban Canopy is a Chicago-based farming initiative that consists of five programs: an indoor farm, outdoor farm, our LUCSA (Local Unified Community Supported Agriculture), Farmers Markets, and a Compost Club. Email Kelsey.
Sitka Salmon Shares

Sitka Salmon Shares

Robin Schimer

Sitka Salmon Shares is a fishermen-owned cooperative of small-boat fishermen from Sitka, Alaska. They offer wild-caught, sustainably fished salmon, black cod halibut, black bass, spot prawns, Dungeness crab, and other species. Email Robin.
John Bailey Honey

John Bailey Honey

John Bailey Honey brings fresh honey to the 95th Farmers Market from Kankakee County. Email John.

Become a Vendor

We welcome new vendors! Local farmers and members of farming coops are encouraged to apply to the 95th Street Farmers Market.

The same is true for processors who sell their own baked goods, dairy products, jams, honey, juices, syrups, granola, meat, poultry items, and skin care products.

If you are an artisan of handmade jewelry, purses, or other items, your admission is up to the discretion of the 95th Street Business Association before it is approved.

Thank you for your interest!