FARMERS MARKET NEWS AND EVENTS

 

The Outdoor Market Takes Place Every Sunday From 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Through October 26th

Logan Bl. from Milwaukee to Whipple

 

The Logan Square Indoor Farmers Market Will Take Place Every Sunday From November 2, 2014 Through March 29, 2015

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Indoor Market 2014-15 Details!  

The Market will be taking place every Sunday through March 29, 2015 (with the exception of November 30th). Our location will be at 2755 N. Milwaukee Av. (the old Pierre's Bakery building) The hours will be from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

FOOD, MUSIC, FUN, SOCIALIZING, ENTERTAINMENT ALL WINTER LONG!

 

Performing October 5th 10:30 -11:30 "Shakespeare All-Stars"


 

As they did in Shakespeare's day, a rag-tag team of actors is rolling into the town square to entertain the local citizenry at the Logan Square Farmer's Market!
The Shakespeare All-Stars bring the Bard to life in a fast-paced interactive showcase of scenes and songs from Shakespeare's most beloved plays.  Free! Fun for all ages!
 

www.shakespeareallstars.com

 

Performing October 5th 11:30 am - 12:30 pm "Tell 'em Henry"


Tell 'Em Henry has been together for three years, playing at the Jamboree at Dolce Casa Café, open mics and coffee houses. All three are native Chicagoans that love this city and the music scene. Folk singing with Old Time Tunes. Two and Three Part Harmonies. Andy David plays guitar, washboard and vocals. Is a member of the "Strictly Jugnuts" two time winners of Chicago's Battle of the Jugbands, plays with various groups at Old Town School of Folk Music. Kolleen Blume-fiddler has been playing fiddle for 15 years.  In the Band Tell Em Henry.Tuseday Night Special and several Jug Bands. She enjoys playing for dances and small coffee shop venues.  Has been in some contests and attends several fiddle festivals throughout the summer. Tony Scarimbola-banjo, Uke, Bass, harmonica and fiddle is a member of the Common Taters, Grand Ole Aubrey, Tusday Night Special, Money Creek boys.  He has been playing Old Time music for well over 30 years.  Tony is also a caller at various dances at the Old Town School of Folk music, weddings, and family events.

Performing October 5th 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm "Tuesday Night Special"


Tuesday Night Special is an Old Time String Band that plays music from Appalachia, Missouri and Midwest Tunes.  We play for Dances and venues such as farmers markets. Kolleen Blume-fiddler has been in playing fiddle for 15 years.  In the Band Tell Em Henry and several Jug Bands.  She has enjoys playing for dances and small coffee shop venues.  Has been in some contests and attends several fiddle festivals throughout the summer. Lynn Garren- guitarist has been playing in the Common Taters string band for well over 10 years along with accompanying other bands at various festivals and contra and square dances.  Her Rhythm is what we love.  She is a contra/square dance caller. Tony Scarimbola banjo, Uke, Bass, harmonica and fiddle is a member of the Common Taters, Grand Ole Aubrey, Tell Em Henry, Money Creek boys.  He has been playing Old Time music for well over 30 years.  Tony is also a caller at various dances at the Old Town School of Folk music, weddings, and family events. 

At the Commercial Tent October 5th "Healing Foundations"


Licensed acupuncturists Lisa Alvarez and Rebecca Christy established Healing Foundations to offer a full range of time-tested traditional Oriental medicine treatments and techniques. All Healing Foundations acutherapy, Oriental medicine, Eastern nutrition and education services are provided by licensed, experienced and meticulously trained practitioners. They offer a full range of treatment options, including needle-free acupuncture, in both private and group settings.

www.healingfoundationschicago.com

 The 2014 Outdoor Farmers Market Occurs Every Sunday Through October 26th

 


The Outdoor Farmers Market will run every Sunday from May 18th through October 26th. The hours are 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

The Market will take place on Logan Boulevard from Milwaukee Avenue to Whipple Street.

Food! Music! Entertainment! Socializing! Fun!

 

Have You Ever Wondered What Happens to the Food Left Over From the Farmers Market? 

 Wonder no more!

At the Outdoor Market, volunteers from Elijah's Pantry, a ministry of St. Luke's Church come to the Market each Sunday to collect donations of left over or excess food from vendors  

If you would like to help out with a food or cash donation Elijah's Pantry is located at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, 2649 N.Francisco Av. and is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 -11:00am 

www.stlukesls.org/#/community-health/elijahs-pantry 

 

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Logan Square Farmers Market™ is on facebook

 

Food stamps (Illinois Link/Snap cards) and credit cards are now accepted at the market. 

Logan Square Farmers Market™ and the Winter Indoor Market is run independently by the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce. We thank the City of Chicago's Mayor's Office of Special Events for their assistance in launching the market in 2005 and partnering with the Chamber to grow.

For a list of vendors including links to their websites

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Enriching Logan Square: The Chamber of Commerce has set aside information stalls for both community organizations and local businesses that want to reach out to folks at the market. Click Here for more information.
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  CSAs

(Community Supported Agriculture) offer a box of the farmer's freshest produce or meat every week. The vegetables vary, depending on what the farmer is growing. Eating from the local foodshed brings with it so many benefits, from offering an affordable source of healthy food while reducing the carbon footprint incurred delivering that food to our plates, to supplying a connection for where our food comes from, to creating a true sense of food security. Joining CSAs help farmers thrive, while also giving you the freshest veggies available in a weekly box!

While you are shopping at the market, please ask the Farmer if they provide CSAs  

 



In case you missed the "Flash Mob" at the October 28, 2012 Outdoor Market click here for a link to the video 

 


 
Visit the Market Virtually by Watching This Video

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Video courtesy of Mackenzie Neaton, a film student at columbia college.  vimeo.com/user4492320

 

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