Logan Square Farmers Market Gives Businesses a Boost Amid COVID-19 | Chicago News
The Logan Square Farmers Market, one of Chicago’s only weekly, nearly year-long farmers markets, opened on Sunday – just in time to provide some extra help to the farmers, restaurateurs and other food producers selling their goods in the city’s Northwest Side neighborhood.
Every Sunday, from May 9 to Oct. 31, the farmers market takes place east of Logan Square Park, on Logan Boulevard between Milwaukee Avenue and Whipple Street. About 55 vendors from across Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan participate each week.
Chicago started the farmers market in 2005 and two years later, the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce took the reins as the lead organizer….