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The Winnetka Farmers' Market

A Community Tradition, Celebrating our 42nd Year!

Saturdays now through October 19th – Rain or Shine!

Come and enjoy a relaxing Saturday morning, visit with friends and neighbors, and bring home some of the most luscious, fresh- picked fruits and vegetables your family has ever tasted. You will also find beautiful blooming plants, shrubs, cut flowers, cheeses, a variety of delicious baked goods, and wonderful specialty items.

Every Saturday Rain or Shine!

Winnetka Village Hall, 510 Green Bay Road (South Parking Lot). 

On the corner of Green Bay Road and Oak Street, 

across the street from the Winnetka Train Station

Open June 1, to October 19, 2019
7:30 AM to 12:30 PM

(No Market Saturday June 22nd)

The Winnetka Farmers’ Market is open for the season and will run through October 19, 2019, rain or shine! The market, which is operated by the Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce, will be open from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm every Saturday morning during the season at the Winnetka Village Hall, 510 Green Bay Road.

 
  • October 19, Market Last Day
  • At the Market Weekly:  Live music, Lions Club popcorn, and Village of Winnetka Trustee conversation (10:30 to 12:00) and a featured guest chef. 

Interested in becoming a vendor at the 2019 Winnetka Farmers’ Market? Click here for our full time application or Call Terry at the Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce to receive an application packet. 
Applications now being accepted. (847)-446-4451

 
 

Participants in the 2019 Winnetka Farmers' Market:

All Nature’s Way (Food Supplements), Broken K Ranch (Beef T Bones, roasts, eggs (white, brown, green) roasting chickens),  The Cheese People (variety of cheese), Krazy Fox Farms (flowers, herbs and tomatoes), Exact Blade (knife and tool sharpening), Hahns Bakery (A variety of Baked Goods), Home Baked Cookie Company, Kisbi Coffee (specialty coffee, tea and cupcakes), Klug Orchards (fruit, jams, organic vegetables), Krazy Fox Farms (Herbs, plant flowers, bramble fruits, jams, tree fruits, vegetables, ciders, eggs ORGANIC), La Provence (French bakery items and bread) Red’s Garden Center (vegetables, flowers, sweet corn, tomatoes, melons, herbs, and hanging baskets),  Sarah’s Sweet Waffles (fresh made sweet waffles), Six Generations Farms (large variety of fruit and vegetables, including mushrooms). 

 

From week to week there will be other various vendors participating, including: Amy Swartschild Food and Floral (Seedlings and home baked Quiches and Salads), Charles Schwab (Financial Services), Maze Home (home goods), Presto Pesto (pesto varieties/guest chef), Provence Village LTD (French Table Linens), Renewal by Andersen (replacement windows),  Sitka Salmon Shares (wild-caught Alaskan seafood)K

Market Partners:

How to get to the Market

The Market is accessible from the Edens Expressway (I-94/41) and the Tri-State Tollway (I-294).

Exit on Tower Road. At Frontage Road, turn right (North) to stop sign at Tower Road. Continue down Tower Road until you approach Green Bay Road. Turn right on Green Bay Road and continue traveling until you have reached the corner of Oak Street and Green Bay Road.

Exit Willow Road East ramp and continue down Willow Road until you have reached Green Bay Road. Turn left onto Green Bay Road and travel until you have reached the corner of Oak Street and Green Bay Road.

Exit on Willow Road East and proceed east until you have approached Green Bay Road in Winnetka. Turn left onto Green Bay Road and travel until you have reached the corner of Oak Street and Green Bay Road.

For more information about the Winnetka Farmers’ Market contact the Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce:
director@winnetkanorthfieldchamber.com | 847-446-4451.

Go Green Winnetka

is excited about a partnership with the Winnetka Farmers Market!

 

 We will be accepting weekly donations of clean, reusable canvas/cloth shopping tote bags for use at the Farmers Market. If you have a reusable bag to share, please donate it in our bin the next time you’re at the market!  If you ever find that you need a bag while shopping at the market, feel free to take one of our donated ones!
We are happy to be working with the Farmers Market to reduce single use plastic bags and our BYOB initiative is an easy way to involve the community in reducing waste. 
You will find the bin for our Bag Share in the Chamber Market Tent.  Bring a bag, take a bag: Let’s help Winnetka GO GREEN!

  

Any questions?   Please email Liz Kunkle lliz.kunkle@gmail.com

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