Each year from June through October LSRCC hosts two weekly Farmers Markets in the heart of Lincoln Square. The markets commence in June and take place adjacent to the CTA Western Brown Line Station. New this 2020 season! The Tuesday Morning Farmers Market will continue through November 17.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented a new structure, layout, and guidelines to keep both vendors and shoppers safe this season. If this is the first time you are visiting the Lincoln Square Farmers Market, please be sure to review the Market Shopper Guidelines below.
Our 2020 lineup of farmers and vendors continues to grow. Check back often as we continue to update our roster. In addition to in-person shopping, feel free to order direct from any favorites that have online stores (preorders are NOT necessary to shop in person at the market). We thank you kindly for your support!
Tuesday Morning Market
2020 Tuesday Market Details
Date: Tuesdays from June 16 - November 17th 2020
Time: 7:00am-7:30am senior and vulnerable shoppers only; 7:30am - 1:00pm regular hours
Location: Lincoln & Leland Avenues
(adjacent to CTA Brown Line - Western 'L' Station)
2020 Tuesday Vendors - Extended Season
Locally-made and packaged donuts with a variety of flavor options
Jacobson Family Farms
Locally grow vegetables
Joe's Blues of Moss Funnel Farms **
Blueberries and blueberry products
John Bailey Honey
Kankakee River Valley Beekeeper, producing honey, jams and preserves. Beeswax candles, and limited pickled items also available
All natural and locally-baked dog treats and jerkies. Several varieties available including wheat-free options.
Red Star Pizzas
Local, handmade frozen pizzas
Rush University Medical Center
Knowledgeable, friendly staff available to answer health and safety questions.
Stamper Cheese **
Small-batch cheeses made from milk sourced from small, sustainable family farms
Traditional, handmade Mexican-style tamales, tacos, and traditional Mexican street foods
The Urban Canopy **
Vegetables, herbs, and storage crops grown locally on 2-acre organic farm on border of Englewood and Auburn-Gresham; Local Unified CSA
The Wandering Wildflower
Mobile flower trailer offering a beautiful array of bouquets and wreaths
Interested in helping out at the market? With new safety measures in place this year due to COVID-19, we need help making sure the market runs as smoothly and safely as possible. Volunteer! There could be no market this season without volunteers; the shifts are quick and fun, and we welcome you to join us for a shift or two or more; to sign up, or for more information, please contact market manager Elsa at email@example.com. Youth are encouraged; community service hours are available.