95th Street Farmers Market: The Place to Be on Summer Sundays 


Whether you arrive in a car, on a bike, or on foot with a stroller or pulling a wagon, going to the 95th Street Farmers Market is one of the best parts of summer Sunday mornings in Beverly/Morgan Park.  

Filled with welcoming colors and aromas, the market features top quality regionally grown produce, fruits, herbs and flowers, as well as artisan-made products, fresh baked goods, prepared foods, and lots more.  

The 95th Street Farmers Market operates in the commuter parking lot at 1835 W. 95th St. (95th and Longwood Drive) 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Sunday through the end of October. The market hosts live music every week and as well as complimentary face painting for kids every other week, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.   

This season the market is excited to welcome the Edna White Memorial Garden volunteers who will share information about the garden and offer some simple crafts for kids.  

The market will also host the staff from the Chicago Public Library – Beverly Branch several times throughout the season, providing craft activities for kids and sharing information about their summer programming.  

Weekly market highlights are posted on the 95th Street Farmers Market Facebook page and at the 95th Street Business Association website, 95thstreetba.org, under the market section.  

It would be hard to visit the market and pass up the variety of tantalizing prepared foods being served. Won Kim, a local artist and chef, has once again secured a variety of restaurants who will pop up at the market throughout the season. These pop ups give market visitors an opportunity to sample food from restaurants located across the city.  

A favorite from last year, Uncle Earl’s Barbeque will once again be at the market every week.  

Everyone has their favorite tents where they stop to shop. Vendors returning to the market include:  Finn’s Ranch, Aunt Lizzie’s Baked Goods, Andy’s Sunflower Café, Nuts to Go, Emmy & J’s Gourmet, Danie’s Delicious Detox Drinks, The Smile on a Dog, Stamper Cheese, Bee Line Microgreens, Noffke Farm, Lafevor Farm, Piscasaw Garden, 2Twenty Bakery, Coco’s Tamales, Aimie’s European Bakery, Jam’s Hot Sauces, True2Mi, Uncle Pizzas, Rosie’s Plant Care, Little Squeeze Incorporated, and Pixie Dust Salts. The 95th Street Farmers Market is excited to welcome the following new vendors: Hughes Happy Hives, La Juicy Jars, Made With Love Vinegar, and Wild Flower Soap Company. 

We can also get to know more about some of the 95th Street businesses that will be popping up at the market this year. Be on the lookout for Miss Purl and The Baker Sisters.  

The market will also host Kellogg School’s Garden Club and the Beverly Theatre Guild.  

Vendors stocked with great gifts will also pop up, including Beverly Native and Bungalow Bias.  

The 95th Street Farmers Market 2023 season sponsors are: Premier Sponsor, Beverly Bank; Market Activity Sponsors, Southtown Health Foods and the Morgan Park Beverly Hills Business Association;  Music Sponsor, Core Fitness and Physical Therapy; and General Sponsors, 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea, 19th Ward Community & Youth Foundation, State Sen. Bill Cunningham, State Rep. Kelly Burke, State Rep. Mary Gill, Treadfit Beverly, BAPA, Beverly Improvement Association, Christ the King Parish, and Friend of the Market, Pacor Mortgage Corporation.  


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