Quick Facts

The Skokie Farmers' Market is a smoke-free outdoor market event. Other facts include:
  • Voted "Best on the North Shore" by North Shore Magazine.
  • Held annually for more than a quarter century.
  • As many as 2,500 visit every Sunday.
  • Draws farmers from three midwestern states.
  • Open every Sunday at 7:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. from June 9 through October 27.
  • 25-30 vendors are featured each week.
  • Has an artisanal local cheesemonger with an amazing cheese selection.
  • Three bakeries offer freshly baked breads, pastries and cookies.
  • Seven varieties of apples are for sale at peak season.
  • Fruits and vegetables are sold by the bushel, per pound and per piece.
  • Free parking and public transportation nearby.
  • Handicap Accessible and handicap parking available.
  • Bicycle parking available.
  • Located in the shared parking lot of the Skokie Public Library and Skokie's Village Hall. Visit Google Maps for directions.
  • Bathrooms are available at Village Hall.
  • Picnic area and benches are located in the Village Green.
  • The Skokie Farmers' Market is proudly sponsored by the Skokie Consumer Affairs Commission.