Last Logan Square Farmer’s Market of the Winter, This Sunday

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March 25, 2011 at 4:45 pm

For the second winter, the Logan Square Farmer’s Market moved indoors for the winter months at the Congress Theater.  They’ve offered an ever changing mix of prepared products and fresh goods.  They’ve generally taken an expansive view of local, allowing for items like coffee grown by the family of a neighborhood resident who has a plantation in Puerto Rico.  The Logan Square Farmer’s Market has also been an outstanding incubator for smaller farmer’s and producers.  For instance, giving a good platform to the clay pot baked breads from our friend Ann at Crumb.  All in all, the Congress Theater has been a good place to shop each weekend.  We’ll miss it during its spring hiatus.  The market returns outdoors on June 5th in the Square.

For their last winter market, there will be an indoor picnic.  The festivities include a scavenger hunt with prizes and family picnic time. The scavenger hunt starts at 10 am and goes to 11 am. Bring your blankets and picnic baskets or try some of the yummy food at the Market.

Logan Square Indoor Farmer’s Market – Sunday – March 27

Congress Theater

2135 N. Milwaukee, Chicago

10 AM – 2 PM

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2 Comments

  1. We are sure to watch out or the coming back of the Logan’s Square Farmer’s market. There’s nothing like buying your food staples from a local market.

  2. SSt. says:

    Does anyone know the status of the summer Farmer’s market? There’s some issue with the alderman not introducing legislation needed to waive food vendor license fees. Without it it looks like a substantial burden to vendors.

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