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|City of Lake Forest Open Air Market|
695 N. Western
Lake Forest, 60045 Get Directions
|  ||Susan Kelsey|
East Lake Forest train station
The City of Lake Forest Open Air Market opens Saturday, June 20, 2015 and continues through the summer until October 10, 2015. The market is located at the east Lake Forest train station parking lot in the heart of the central business district in historic Lake Forest. The market is open every Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm. FREE PARKING
The market features over 30 vendors with fresh, local vegetables, local Michigan fruit, artisan bakery goods, appetizers, meat, Door County whitefish, desserts and other delightful treats.
|Deerfield Farmers Market|
Robert York Ave and Deerfield Rd
Deerfield, 60015 Get Directions
|  ||Joan Reed|
Metra Commuter Lot
Accepts: Senior/WIC coupons
Locally grown and produced items from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin, - fruit, vegetables, flowers, plants, freshly baked breads, pastries & cookies, maple syrup, honey, hand-crafted cheese, homemade salsas, jams & jellies, dog treats, and other specialty items
|Gurnee Farmers Market|
Grand Ave & Kilbourne Rd
Gurnee, 60031 Get Directions
|  ||Kristi Murray|
Esper Petersen Park
The Gurnee Park District Farmers' Market features fruits, vegetables, flowers, breads, pastries and goodies, meat, eggs, take and go food and much more. Applications available now at www.managemymarket.com, search Gurnee Park District Farmers' Market.
|Highwood's Evening Gourmet Farmers Market|
130 HIGHWOOD AVE
HIGHWOOD, 60040 Get Directions
|  ||Highwood Chamber of Commerce|
Over the past five years, Highwood’s Evening Gourmet Farmers Market has gained recognition as one of the best farmers markets on the North Shore, offering something for everyone. Families, friends and business associates gather to dine on amazing freshly prepared delicacies, shop for locally grown produce, artisan breads, cheeses, pastas and wares, listen to live music, dance, sing, and toast to good times. This one-of-a-kind farmers market brings together an eclectic mix from all over the North Shore - and beyond - to enjoy summer evenings in the great outdoors!
Kicking off Wednesday, June 5th, Highwood’s Evening Gourmet Farmers Market will run weekly from 4-9pm (note new time) through September 4th, rain or shine.
What better way to celebrate summer!
August 14th celebrates Garlic Festival with all things garlic!! Also featuring our 3rd annual Garlic Queen Competition. July 17th will celebrate with the Inferno Festival with all foods hot & spicy!
|Lake County Green Youth Farm Stand|
1215 GREEN BAY RD
NORTH CHICAGO, 60064 Get Directions
|  ||Laura Erickson|
Greenbelt Cultural Center
Accepts: LINK, Senior/WIC coupons
Local teens work hard during the summer to sustainably grow vegetables, fruits, and herbs for the community. Meet the students, tour the farm, and enjoy the produce they grow.
Wednesday markets will be held in the parking lot of the Greenbelt Cultural Center on Wednesday, July 8-Oct. 7 from 9 - 1 p.m.
Saturday markets will be located across the street from the Cultural Center in the Greenbelt Forest Preserve on Saturday, August 22-Oct. 10 from 9 - 1 p.m.
LINK/SNAP (food stamps), WIC/Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program coupons, credit/debit, and cash are accepted. If you use your LINK card, the market will match your purchase up to $15/market day.
|Lake Zurich Area Farmers Market|
200 S RAND RD
LAKE ZURICH, 60047 Get Directions
|  ||Bonnie Caputo|
Over 25 vendors featuring locally grown fresh produce, baked goods, fresh meat and eggs, seafood, salsas, sauces, oils, cheese, and fresh honey will be featured as well as concessions such as freshly made mini donuts, Kettle corn, burgers by Barrington's Kookers Restaurant and Mexican fare from Pupusita Express. There will also be Budding Farmers educational program. The Market is conveniently located at Paulus Park, just north of the intersection of Routes 12 and 22 in Lake Zurich. Parking is steps away in the adjacent parking lot, with ample overflow parking directly across the street. Admission to Paulus Park is free and open to the public. Please contact us at 847-438-5146 for Paulus Park beach hours and admission information.
|Libertyville Farmers Market|
120 W Church Street
LIBERTYVILLE, 60048 Get Directions
|  ||Al Scott|
Church between Milwaukee & Brainerd
Enjoy a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, organic vegetables, fresh baked goods and breads, cheeses, meats, eggs, honey, kettle popcorn, cut flowers bouquets, coffee & donuts, jams, jelly, sauces, granola, dog treats, fresh squeezed lemonade, and fresh made French crepes. Also olives, pickles, mushrooms, appetizers, salsas, and scones.
|Village of Antioch Farmers Market|
845 MAIN ST
ANTIOCH, 60002 Get Directions
|  ||Shawn Roby / Toni Galster|
Corner of Main and Depot
The Village of Antioch Farmers Market brings together local and regional vendors to create a quality based market for the residents in and around community. At the corner of Main St (Route 83) and Depot St every Thursday at 3 p.m. starting in June the market is open for all to buy everything from produce to flowers. The market is open till 7 p.m. and runs till mid-October each year. From mid June till mid August the market runs right up to the beginning of the "It's Thursday" Concert Series at 7:30 p.m. each week.
|Wauconda Farmers Market|
100 N MAIN ST
WAUCONDA, 60084 Get Directions
|  ||Ed Lochmayer|
Downtown Main Street between Mill St. and Bangs St., just north of IL Route 176
Share your Summer and Fall evenings with the Wauconda Area Chamber of Commerce! Wauconda\'s downtown Farmers\' Market opens for business June 25th, enticing market goers with locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade jams and honey, meats and cheeses, baked goods, chocolate confections and savory spices and herbs. The aroma of freshly popped kettle corn, Chicago style hot dogs and hamburgers, along with healthy juices will excite the taste buds of shoppers being treated to special events throughout the 16-week season. The 2015 FREE entertainment line-up includes an ; Aloha Wauconda featuring the Aloha Chicago Hula Show; Pirate and Princess Day; Wild West Day; Wauconda Pet Parade; Halfway to St. Patrick\'s Day and Scarecrows on Main scarecrow building contest. Visit us on FaceBook for updated information!
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