A Community Tradition, Celebrating our 41st Year!
Shoppers 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.
Find us at our location!
Winnetka Village Hall, 510 Green Bay Road (South Parking Lot).
It is on the corner of Green Bay Road and Oak Street,
across the street from the Winnetka Train Station
Every Saturday, rain or shine
Open June 9, 2018 to October 20, 2018
7:30 AM to 12:30 PM
The Winnetka Farmers’ Market will be open for the season on June 9, 2018 (will NOT be open on Saturday, June 16th due to the Winnetka Music Festival, returning June 23rd) and will run through October 20, 2018, 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.
- June 9, Market Opening Day
- June 16, Market Closed: Market will be closed due to the Winnetka Music Festival. Market will return the following week after the Winnetka Music Festival.
- June 23, Market Re-Opening
- October 20, Market Last Day
- At the Market: Weekly live music, visits by Winnetka Police Department, Motorcycle Patrol, and SWAT Team.
At the Market This Week
Music: Heights Brass Quintet
For the Home: Maze Home, Renewal by Andersen
Farmers: Crazy Fox Farms, Klug Orchards/ Green Organics, Living Hope Farm LLC, Sherwood Nursery, Sitka Salmon Shares, Six Generations, Steven Frank Farms
Processed and Prepared Foods: The Cheese People, Hahn’s Bakery, Kisbi Coffee,
Wine and Beer Tastings: Good Grapes
Artisans: Cooper’s Way
Also at the Market: Bike Attic, Edward Jones, Lions Club
Participants in the 2018 Winnetka Farmers’ Market:
The Cheese People (variety of cheese), Cooper’s Way (specialty pet treats, harnesses and leashes), Crazy Fox Farms (flowers, herbs and tomatoes), Edward Jones (financial planning), Exact Blade (knife and tool sharpening), The Floured Apron (Cookies, brownies and granola), Kisbi Coffee (specialty coffee, tea and cupcakes), Klug Orchards (fruit, jams, organic vegetables), Living Hope Farm (certified naturally grown chicken and produce all grown from seed on the farm), Red’s Garden Center (vegetables, flowers, sweet corn, tomatoes, melons, herbs, and hanging baskets), Renewal by Andersen (replacement windows), Sitka Salmon Shares (wild-caught Alaskan seafood), Steven Frank Farms (large variety of fruit and vegetables), Tesla (Specialty Cars), TVG Medulla, LLC for Chiro One Wellness Centers. From week to week there will be other various vendors participating.
Interested in becoming a vendor at the 2018 Winnetka Farmers’ Market? Call Terry at the Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce to receive an application packet. Applications now being accepted. (847)-446-4451
Countdown until the Next Market!
Teddie Kossof Salon
The Market provides an excellent forum for us to partner with businesses and organizations. Market sponsorship is a great way to reach an attentive audience. If you are interested in joining this group as a 2018 Winnetka Farmers’ Market Sponsor, please call the Chamber office at (847) 446-4451.
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.