Andersonville Winter Market
Third Sunday of the Month, January-April
11:00am – 2:00pm
(January 18, February 15, March 15, April 19)
Swedish American Museum, 5211 North Clark Street
Winter Market Sponsors:
March Winter Market Vendors
B True-All natural/whole grain baked goods
Black Garlic-Black (fermented) garlic
Hardin Farms-Fruit and frozen cider
Karl’s Craft Soup-Seasonal soup
Katic Breads-Variety of breads, foccacia, and croissants
Katherina Anne Confections-Chocolates, caramels, marshmallows
River Valley Ranch-Mushrooms, pasta sauce, and salsas
Salted Caramel-Salted caramels
Tomato Mountain-Tomato & veggie-based jam and salsa products
Urban Canopy-Microgreens, wheatgrass, and produce
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 comfirmation. Please contact David Oakes at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com.
Be a vendor: Vendor applications for the 2015 market season are now available. Please review all of our Market FAQs and complete our 2015 Market New Vendor Application before our March deadline. If you would like to be a vendor at the Andersonville Farmers Market or if you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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!
Andersonville Farmers Market is proud to continue our partnership with LINK Up Illinois!!
We will match up to $10 in LINK token purchases per card holder, per market day. The offer will last while funds are available. WE HAVE FUNDS!
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