Roscoe Village Farmers Market 2024


June 9 - October 13, 2024

9Am - 1PM

Location will be announced soon!

Shop fresh produce, breads, pastries, cheeses, coffee, honey, nuts and so much more! Plus, enjoy family-friendly activities and free workouts (scroll down under vendor list to view workout schedule) throughout the market season. By prioritizing dedicated, local farmers and makers within walking distance for the community, the market will be a hub of sustainability for shoppers and vendors alike. The Market proudly accepts Illinois LINK card users for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

Become A vendor

The Market is held on Sunday’s from 9am-1pm June 9 - October 13, 2024, in Roscoe Village. We will be sharing the location soon! If you are interested in becoming a vendor, learn more and fill out the application HERE

Be a community Partner

While our Roscoe Village Farmers Market vendor booths are dedicated only to locally grown and produced food and craft vendors, our Community Partner program gives other local businesses a way to reach market-goers. Our partners support the continued existence of the Market, which makes our neighborhood a more attractive and valuable place to live and do business. Learn more and apply HERE.


Sponsoring the market is a great marketing tool for your business and shows your commitment to support access to fresh and local vendors! Learn more about sponsorship opportunities by contacting our team HERE.


Volunteers are needed to assist with market setup, breakdown, LINK, and managing the info tent. Helping out at the market is a great way to get involved with the community. Sign up HERE to volunteer at the market!


  • 1902 LLC is a minority owned business; woman baker that features artisan sourdough bread and sourdough baked goods including cookies, focaccia, etc.

  • Allium Bagels is a Chicago-based bagel company featuring handmade bagels and allium-inspired cream cheese.

  • And Studio is a woman-owned small gift shop in Roscoe Village that makes and sells jewelry, clothing, home goods, prints, and whatever else catches our interest!

  • Broune Desserts is a minority and woman-owned local Southport business that makes Small batch handcrafted gourmet brownies and cookies. They use the best possible ingredients they can source locally, with flavor combinations that will blow your mind.

  • Flying Penguin Farm is committed to following sustainable practices while growing flowers, veggies, & fruit without chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

  • Four Star Handcrafted Coffee is a minority owned small-business & local coffee roaster that specializes in handcrafted small batch coffee and candles.

  • ​Heartland Superior Meats is a cooperative of family farms in northeastern Indiana and offers a wide selection of premium beef from J&C Nicodemus Family Farms and pork from Frazier Farms Pork.

  • The Hive Supply is a local beekeeping operation that manages 200 beehives throughout Chicagoland. In addition to raw local honey, they also offer beeswax goods like candles and food wraps.

  • Moody Teas is a black, woman, lgbtq+ owned business that will sell loose leaf teas and tisanes blended to boost your mood in a variety of flavors. They also offer hot and iced teas (depending on weather).

  • Parra Farms offers fruits, vegetables, eggs peppers, and cherry tomatoes.

  • pHlour Bakery has all the baked goods you need: croissants, danishes, quiches, muffins, cinnamon rolls, and fresh-baked bread. Wholesome. Handcrafted. Rich.

  • Rebecca's Confections is a woman owned business that will be bringing a steady lineup of hearty sandwich loaves to the market, plus a rotating menu of jams and pastries featuring local fruits!

  • Southside Grinds Coffee Co. is a Chicago based black woman owned coffee company that began as a coffee roaster with a mobile espresso bar. They continue to build community and fill the large caffeination gaps within the city’s South Side.

  • Spicy Grrrls is a two-women owned business creating vegan hot sauces using natural ingredients and guaranteed gluten free!

  • Stamper Cheese Company will have Yummy homemade cheese that is smoked, aged and ready for you to bring home!

  • Tamales Express is locally owned and will serve Tamales, tacos, guacamole, corn, mangoes, lemonade, vegan/ gluten free pastries, soft drinks and bottled water

  • Crumb What May is a woman-owned business that specializes in classic southern and midwest baked goods such as St. Louis-style gooey butter cakes, buttermilk biscuits, shortbread, scones, turnovers, and artisan baking mixes.

  • La Juicy Jars is a woman-owned business that produces 100% natural juices and sea moss products to help heal holistically, specifically focused on blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, metabolism boosting, eczema and natural energy.


To be announced soon!

Thanks to our sponsors!