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Spring into Farmer’s Market Season

Published May 15, 2017

Temperatures are increasing and the city’s plant life is turning to vibrant hues of green, spring is officially in the air here in Chicago! And with it comes the start of the city’s numerous farmers markets. This past Thursday, the largest running farmers market in Chicago, Daley Plaza Farmers Market, opened once again. Crowds were able to peruse collections of richly colored fruits and veggies while strolling through the Plaza. The market is a great way to support local farmers, while ensuring that your veggies are fresh and in season. The Plaza offers a wide variety of product booths and sights, try picking up one of the freshly baked goods and treats offered at the booths and take a perch at the fountain, enjoying the sights of the market as well as the historic square that is home to the renowned Picasso sculpture. Pick up some fresh flowers to brighten up your home, or simply just browse the many sellers’ offerings, taking in all that the local farmers have to offer.

The market is located at 50 W. Washington Street, near the blue line, and runs from 7am to 3 pm every Thursday until October 26. Not located near the plaza? Don’t worry, the city boasts an impressive array of markets across the area, many of which accept Link! Check out just a few of the many additional options below, and for more go online to the City of Chicago’s Event Page.

Alyssa Black, Customer Service Specialist

Daley Plaza Farmers Market

50 W. Washington Street

Thursday 7am to 3pm

Runs until October 26th

Link accepted

Division Street Farmers Market

Division Street and Dearborn Parkway

Saturday 7am to 1pm

Runs until October 28th

Link Accepted

Logan Square Farmers Market

2755 N Milwaukee Ave

Sunday 10 am to 3 pm

Runs outdoors through October 29th (Indoor market from November 6th until March 26th)

Accepts Link

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