From the historic Maxwell Street Market to the younger Sundays on State extravaganza the time of the year has come for the impending influx of markets and outdoor events.
While Chicago Mayfest will be taking over Lincoln Park this coming weekend, one of the city’s most cherished farmers’ markets will be returning to Logan Square.
With the main West Logan Boulevard thoroughfare closed off between Milwaukee Avenue and Sacramento Avenue this coming Sunday (May 14), roughly 125 vendors will take to the streets offering bountiful produce, farm products, and artisanal goods for the Logan Square Farmers Market.
“Whether you’re a foodie looking for fresh ingredients for your next meal, a family seeking a fun weekend activity, or just someone who loves to support local businesses, the Logan Square Farmers Market is definitely worth a visit” read a recent post on the market’s Instagram page.
In addition to the abundance of market stalls, the Logan Square Farmers Market will feature live music and informational booths helmed by local organizations like in previous years.
After launching in 2005, The Logan Square Farmers Market (LSqFM) has grown and grown becoming one of Chicago’s most cherished markets and recognized in the Reader’s “Best of Chicago” issue as the best farmers market in Chicago for the last four years.
This year there will be dozens more vendors than previous years and far more than other markets across Chicagoland which usually feature somewhere around 70 vendors.
The market will operate on 25 consecutive Sundays from 9 am – 3 pm starting this Sunday, May 14, 2023, and running through to Sunday, October 29, 2023.
More information can be found at www.logansquarefarmersmarket.org.
[Featured image from www.logansquarefarmersmarket.org]