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On Berwyn between Clark and Ashland

May 11th to August 31st 3pm-8pm
September 7th- October 19th 3pm-7pm



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2016 Vendors

B True Bakery-All natural/whole grain baked goods
Bennison’s Bakery-Fresh baked breads
Big Head Farm-Produce
Breadman Baking Company-Bread
C & D Family Farms-Meat including beef, pork, chicken, and duck
Chicago Patchwork Farms-Local produce
Chutney Devis-Curry powders, chutney, and prepared box lunches
City Press Juice and Bottle-Cold pressed Juices
Defloured-Gluten-free baked goods
Feed Your Head and Pirate Pastries-Vegan butcher
First Slice Pie Cafe-Pie and pesto
Geneva Lakes Produce-Organic produce
Gray Farms-Organic produce
Grassroots Farm-Organic produce, butter, mustards, and tomatoes
Hillside Orchards-Fruit
Hinton CanneryPickled vegetables,fruit, and spreads
Hardin Farm/Holle Orchards-Fruit and produce
Karl’s Craft SoupSeasonal soups
Katherine Anne Confections-Chocolates, caramels, marshmallows
Letizia’s Fiore-Cookies, brownies, fresh pastas, and baked goods
Mint Creek-Lamb, eggs, pork, and beef
Patz Maple and Honey Farm-Variety of raw honey, honey comb, and maple products
Pecking Order-Savory chicken street food
Phoenix Bean-Tofu
Press-Prepared sweet and savory waffles
Rare Bird Preserves-Unique jams and delicious vanilla bean scones
River Valley Ranch-Mushrooms, jarred pasta sauces, pickled veggies, and granola
Long Table Pancakes-Prepared pancakes and pancake dry mixes
Sharpening by Dave-Knife sharpening
Stamper Cheese-Cheese
Tomate Fresh Kitchen-Prepared tamales and empanadas
Tomato Mountain-Organic tomatoes and jarred tomato salsas, jams, and sauces
Twin Garden Farm-Produce and Flowers

Sponsor the Farmers Market

Sponsoring the market is a great way to market  tool for your business and also supports access to fresh, local food! Our busy market offers sponsorships opportunities at various levels of engagement, some of which include a booth space at the market (on a weekly basis) for you to publicize your business. We also offer local retailers weekly opportunities to participate in the market in our “Spotlight Space.” If you’re interested in sponsoring the Andersonville Farmers Market, want more information about our sponsorship levels or fees, or have any questions about sponsor benefits, please email market manager Joan Oberndorf at

Get involved!

Donate: Support the market by donating to the Andersonville Sustainable Community Alliance. The Andersonville Farmers Market is just one of many great neighborhood events and programs that the ADC hosts each year. Please consider donating to continue our efforts to bring fun, unique, family-friendly neighborhood activities to the Andersonville Farmers Market. Please follow the link and note the Andersonville Farmers Market when you donate.

Volunteer: Volunteers are needed to help with market setup and breakdown. Helping out at the market is a blast, plus it’s a great opportunity to get to know the market “behind the scenes.” If you are interested please fill out SURVEY and we will contact you a week prior to the market for confirmation. Please contact David Oakes at if you are interested and have any questions.

Entertainment: The Andersonville Farmers Market is proud to welcome local musicians to come celebrate the warm weather, food, and community!! If you are interested in playing at the Andersonville Farmers Market or have questions about our entertainment, please contact Joan Oberndorf at

Be a vendor: We anticipate a wonderful 2016 season! Thank you for your interest in applying for the Andersonville Farmers Market, but we are no longer accepting applications for our 2016 season. If you would like to be a vendor please send us an email at and we would be happy to add you to our prospective vendor list for 2017. Due to space considerations, we are not able to accept vendors selling crafts or other non-food items.

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!

LOLO at the Andersonville Farmers Market

Earn 5% in local rewards when you use your credit/debit card to buy tokens at the Andersonville Winter Market.

Rewards can be redeemed at participating businesses (see for list of businesses or to sign up).


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


We are thankful for LINK Up Illinois 2015 sponsorship. We are currently able to match for our market. We are not guaranteed funds for the entire 2016 Andersonville Market season’s matching program, but we will keep you up-to-date on the status of our matching funds via our newsletter and the website. Thank you to all of our participants for their understanding and patience.

We will match up to $20 in LINK token purchases per card holder, per market day. The offer will last while funds are available.

A great, free cookbook by author Leanne Brown is now available online. 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!


Experience the Market

Top Five Farmers Markets in Chicago!!