61st Street Farmers Market

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61st Street Farmers Market

The 61st Street Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 9am–2pm from May 14–October 29.

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61st Street Farmers Market says
The Market is located on 61st Street between Dorchester and Blackstone Avenues.

The 61st Street Farmers Market accepts LINK and Senior Farmers Market Coupons. We also match LINK purchases up to $25 per cardholder, per market day, as long as funding lasts. This means that LINK cardholders can double the value of their LINK purchases each week at the Market.

Southside Diabetes will be on site to offer free market money for participants. Chef tastings with seasonal ingredients will take place between 10:30am and 11:00am (times may vary depending on availability).

Free Yoga is offered at 11:15am, some mats provided.

The Market offers over 20 vendors each week. At the market you can expect to find: fruits, mushrooms, veggies, Pleasant House bread and pastries, pastured eggs, cheeses, and meats. All farm fresh items come from Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan farmers and producers. Our market is non-GMO and 75% of ingredients for processed foods must be sourced locally. Also look for prepared spice blends, veggie burgers, soups, preserves, honey, salsa, sauces, wool products, soaps and body products made from goat milk and other local ingredients, crepes, gluten free vegan baked goods, and more!
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Venue name: 61st Street Farmers Market
Address: 6100 S. Blackstone Ave
Cross street: Dorchester and Blackstone Aves
Transport: Bus: 2, 55, 171, 172.
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Popped in to this market for rhubarb, fresh strawberries and some bourbon vanilla ice cream this past Saturday during my bike ride to Hyde Park. Such a hidden gem really close to the University of Chicago campus - i recommend getting some ice cream and fruit and heading towards the campus to have a lovely summer picnic. The market itself is small but has all the basics and really awesome community feel.