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Chicago’s outdoor farmers’ markets come out of hibernation this week

Morgan Olsen
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Morgan Olsen

It's that time of year again: Farmers’ market season is returning to the great outdoors this week with a lineup of fresh offerings Monday through Sunday. Green City Market Lincoln Park and 95th Street Farmers’ Market kicked things off this weekend, offering plenty of produce to Chicagoans on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. But this week brings a bounty of new markets to the streets of Chicago. Here's where to shop for all the strawberries, green beans and ramps your tummy can handle—just in time for Mother's Day. 

Andersonville Farmers Market (1500 W Berwyn Ave): Wednesdays starting May 10

Green City Market Lincoln Park (1817 N Clark St): Wednesdays starting May 10

Daley Plaza Market (50 W Washington St): Thursdays starting May 11

Division Street Market (Division St and Dearborn Pkwy): Saturdays starting May 13

61st Street Farmers’ Market (6100 S Blackstone Ave): Saturdays starting May 13

Logan Square Farmers’ Market (3107 W Logan Blvd): Sundays starting May 14

Lots more markets—including Bronzeville Market, Argyle Night Market and Green City Market West Loop—will also debut in the coming months. To find a farmers’ market near you, check out the City of Chicago's complete schedule.

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