Winter Farmers Markets ~ Chicago Area

Chicago, Illinois
Farmers Market

Winter Farmers Markets ~ Chicago Area

Faith in Place sponsors indoor Winter Farmers Markets throughout the Chicagoland area. These markets provided small, local farm producers who use sustainable practices additional venues to extend their income beyond the growing season. Hosted by many different congregations and also open to the public, these markets offer consumers an opportunity to purchase cheese, meat and poultry, soap, syrup, honey, wool, raw fibers, vinegars, dried fruits, milled flours, sauces and salsas, preserves, cider, and fresh produce as available.

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Listing last updated on May 27, 2014

If you are a member or staffer in a faith community or a farmer in the greater Chicago area and would like to consider hosting or selling at an indoor Winter Farmers Market this season, please email markets@faithinplace.

Schedule and Location:

Our markets are itinerant, meaning we are constantly moving from congregation to congregation. We work with many different congregations and each season will be slightly different. The 2014-15 season calender is not out currently, but will be posted here and available on our website in full in October. Be sure to sign up for email reminders for more information on upcoming markets and information on the upcoming season!

Follow the link to our website (on the right) and choose "sign up for farmer's market emails," or email us to be put on our email list to receive information on the 2014-2015 season. Although there are no specific dates at this time, the season typically runs from November through March. Please include your zip code.

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A wonderful resource for local farmers and fresh produce in the Chicago area. A great treat in the middle of a Midwest winter. Farmers are knowledgeable and the organizers are top-rate. Do go! It will be worth the effort.

These markets are wonderful! I almost can't wait for winter to come, just to go! :) The cheese is the best too!

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