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

Logan Bl. from Milwaukee to Whipple


Performing August 3rd 11:00 am - 12:15 pm "Lydia Landor"

Lydia Landor is a 19 year old singer/songwriter who has played at places like Ravenswood Art Walk, Lillstreet Art Center, Phoenix Rising Productions, and many more. She is always looking for new experiences and new places to play. She is a student at Loyola University. 


Performing August 3rd 12;30 am - 2:00 pm "Rebecca Rego"

Rebecca started playing guitar at the age of 6.  She took lessons at a local music store and eventually transfered to the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music where she studied for most of her early teenage years.  She has now recorded 4 studio albums and is looking to record a 5th sometime this fall. Rebecca has been featured on WBEZ's The Morning Shift, in the Chicago Tribune, and recently opened for national acts such as John Hiatt, Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, Ha Ha Tonka, and and Cory Chisel and The Wandering Sons.


At The Community Tent August 3rd "Chicago Votes"


"At Chicago Votes, we think democracy is great and believe that it works best when when all of us make our voices heard! At our booth, you can register to vote, update your voter registration or sign-up to volunteer at our upcoming events."

At the Community Tent August 3rd "Corner Farm Chicago"


We started the Altgeld Sawyer Corner Farm as a community experiment – as a place to meet our neighbors and develop community as we work shoulder to shoulder.  We are in our 6th season growing by community for our community.


 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!







Hey thanks, to The Chicago Sun-Times for highlighting how healthy foods can be found at the Logan Square Farmers Market every Sunday. Thanks for shopping here, Levi!


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 

Signup for Market Updates!






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.

(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.


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