2019 Season, celebrating 10 years!   
Wednesdays on Berwyn Ave between Clark and Ashland
May 8 to August 28 3-8pm
September 4 to October 16 3-7pm

Save the date – Farmers Market Chef Dinner  July 25, 5:30-8pm

The Andersonville Farmers Market supports local farmers and producers. All items sold at the market are grown, raised or made within 200 miles. We place a premium on fresh, local food that is sustainably grown with an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients.

2019 Applications! 

Our 2019 application is available now! Please click HERE for a copy of our application. We strongly encourage you to read our market FAQ before applying – this has lots of information and will tell you everything you need to know about the farmers market. Please email us at  if you have further questions. Include your name, the name of your farm/business, and what you grow or produce in your email.

Become a Market Sponsor!

Sponsor the 2019 farmers market and be a part of our 10th Anniversary season! If your business is interested in becoming a market sponsor please contact Farmers Market Manager Joan Oberndorf at Sponsoring the market is a great marketing tool for your business and also supports access to fresh, local food! Sponsorships include a booth space at the market (on a weekly basis) to publicize your business, along with other great benefits. Please click here to see our 2018 market sponsors. We greatly appreciate their support!

We also offer local retailers weekly opportunities to participate in the market in our “Spotlight Space.” Inquiries about the Spotlight Space should be directed to ACC Business Services Manager David Oakes at 

Donate to the Market!

2018 Vendors

American Pride Microfarm  
organic microgreens, wheatgrass shots, quail eggs, knife sharpening

Bennison’s Bakery
European artisan breads, focaccia, croissants, and baguettes

Breadman Baking Co.
Bread, focaccia, and big cookies

Chicago Patchwork Farms Coop
Organic produce and herbs

Chiya Chai  
Lassi, bottled and ready made chai tea, curries, samosas, pies

City Press Juice and Bottle
Cold-pressed organic juices

defloured bakery
Gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan cookies, bars, cakes, and whoopee pies

First Slice Pie Cafe
Pies and pesto

Gotta B Crepes  
Ready to eat sweet and savory crepes

Gray Farms
Organic produce

Green Fire Farm  
Grass-fed beef, lamb, pork; pasture raised chicken and turkey, organic eggs

Hardin Farm/Holle Orchards
Fruit and vegetables

Hillside Orchards
Fruit, organic chestnuts, and preserves

Hinton Cannery **
Pickled items, preserves, and prepared sandwiches

Karl’s Craft Soup
Seasonal soups

Katherine Anne Confections
Confections, marshmallows, and drinking chocolate

Letizia’s Fiore
All natural baked goods and pasta

Long Table Pancakes**
Artisan pancakes mixes and popcorn

Mint Creek Farm
Meat and eggs

Nichols Farm and Orchard
Produce and fruit

Patz Maple Syrup and Honey **
Honey, maple syrup, and bee products

Pecking Order **
Filipino street food

Phoenix Bean
Tofu and prepared tofu boxes

River Valley Ranch
Mushrooms, sauces and salsas, pickled vegetables

Sausage Konig, LLC **
Sausages, brats, and charcuterie

Sitka Salmon Shares
Sustainably caught fish, smoked salmon, dungeness crab

Stamper Cheese Company

Tomato Mountain
Tomatoes, sauces, and produce

Twin Garden Farm
Produce and fresh cut flowers

Vicini Pastaria **

Windmill Ginger Brew, LLC
Variety of non alcoholic ginger beer

**Denotes rotating vendor**

Get involved with the market!

Donate: Support the market by donating to our parent organization, the Andersonville Sustainable Community Alliance.  ASCA is a 501(c)3 organization so your donation is tax deductible! Please consider donating to continue our efforts to make the Andersonville farmers market even better! Click HERE to donate.

Volunteer:  Volunteers play a critical role in the support and success of our farmers market! Volunteers on market day assist in the set up, customer service,tear down, site maintenance, and other operations associated with running the market on market day. Most of our vendors offer a volunteer discount for their products, and the market hosts a volunteer thank you event. The market makes a fun way to support your local community, get to know your neighbors and Chicagoans who share a similar passion, and get involved in the local food system. Please click here to VOLUNTEER or email Laura Austin.

Entertainment: The Andersonville Farmers Market is proud to welcome local musicians and entertainers to perform in our outdoor space and be part of the market!! If you are interested in playing at the Andersonville Farmers Market or have questions about our entertainment, please contact Joan Oberndorf at

Link/Credit/Debit cards at the Market

The Andersonville Farmers Market accepts Link, credit, and debit cards! The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce booth can now process your credit/debit card in exchange for tokens that you can use throughout the market! Our LINK program uses tokens. Here’s how it works:

Credit/Debit tokens are GREEN and can be used the same as cash at the market. Credit/debit tokens are worth $5 (there is a convenience fee of 25 cents per token to cover our processing costs) and change can be given by vendors for these tokens.

LINK tokens are BLUE and can be used to purchase Link approved items at participating booths. LINK tokens are worth $1 (no processing fee) and vendors cannot give change for these tokens.

BOTH tokens can be used at any time during the season. You don’t have to spend them all at once!

Andersonville Farmers Market is proud to continue our partnership with LINK Up Illinois!!


We continued our partnership with the  LINK Up Illinois program in 2018. The 2018 matching program used universal currency that was valid at all participating Chicago farmers markets. Please note that starting in 2018 matching funds currency can only be used for fresh fruits and vegetables. More information about this program is coming soon! Thank you to all of our participants for their understanding and patience.

Experience the Market

Check out this great video of the market from Moore’s Media!


Top Five Farmers Markets in Chicago!!


Check out Good and Cheap, (click here for Spanish translation) a great, cookbook by author Leanne Brown that you can access online for free! The book moves throughout the growing season with affordable meal recipes with ingredients purchased at your local farmers market on the cheap. A fantastic resource for anyone on a budget.