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2015 Chicago Farmers Market: Maps By Day

Pilsen Community Market  |  18th and Halstead  |  Sundays 9am to 2pm, starting May 31st

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Loyola Farmers Market | 1200 W Loyola Ave | Mondays 3pm to 7pm, starting June 8th

Columbus Park  |  Harrison and Central  |  Tuesdays 2pm to 7 pm, starting June 30thth

Federal Plaza  |  Adams and Dearborn  |  Tuesdays 7 am to 3pm, starting May 19th

City Farm Stand  |  1204 N. Clybourn  |  Wednesdays, Thursdays 1pm to 5 pm, Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm, starting in June

Devon Community Night Market  |  2720 W. Devon  |  Wednesdays 3pm to 8 pm, starting July 1st

Ford City Mall Market  |  7601 S. Cicero  |  Wednesdays 8am to 1 pm, starting July 8th

La Follett Park Market  |  1333 N Laramie  |  Wednesdays 2pm to 7pm, starting July 1st

Lawndale Chicago Botanic Garden’s Windy City Harvest Market  |  3750 W. Ogden  |  Wednesdays 9 am to 1pm, starting July 8

Urban Islander’s Market at Treasure Island | 2121 N. Clybourn | Wednesdays 3pm to 8pm, starting May 13th

Washington Park Chicago Botanic Garden’s Windy City Harvest Market  |  555 E. 51st  |  Wednesdays 9am to 1pm, starting July 8th

Wood Street Farm Stand by Growing Home  |  5814 S Wood  |  Wednesdays 11am to 4pm, starting April 22nd

Argyle Night Market  |  Broadway & Argyle  |  Thursdays 5pm to 9pm, starting July 9h

Austin Town Hall Market  |  Lake and Central  |  Thursdays 2pm to 7pm, starting July 2nd

Garfield Park Conservatory  |  200 N. Kedzie  |  Thursdays, Monthly 11 am to 4pm, starting June 18th

Hyde Park Market  |  53rd & Harper  |  Thursdays 7am to 1pm, starting June 4th

Southport Lowline Market  |  Southport and Roscoe  | Thursdays 3pm to 8pm, starting June 4th

Urban Islander’s Market at Treasure Island | 3460 N Broadway | Thursdays 3pm to 8pm, starting in May

Weiss Uptown Farmers Market  |  4646 N. Marine   |  Thursdays 7am to 1pm, starting June 4th

Willis Tower Plaza Market  |  Wacker and Jackson  |  (Moved to) Thursdays 7am to 3pm, starting June 25th

Bronzeville  |Martin Luther King Dr. & 26th  |  Saturdays 10am to 2pm

Division Street Market  |  Division and Dearborn  |  Saturdays 7am to 1pm, starting May 16th

Green City Market  – Fulton |  Fulton and Halsted  |  Saturdays 7 am to 1pm, starting June 6th

Healthy Food Hub at South Shore Good Foods Market  |  2423 E 75th St.  |  Saturdays 11am to 4pm, year round

Horner Park Farmers Market  |  2741 W Montrose  |  Saturdays 9am to 1pm, starting June 6th

Lincoln Park Market  |  Armitage and Orchard  |  Saturdays 7am to 1pm, starting June 6th

Nettlehorst French Market  |  3252 N Broadway  |  Saturdays 8am to 2pm, starting in  April

Plant Chicago Community Market  |  1400 W 46th |  Satrudays 11am to 3:30pm, starting June 27th

Printers Row Market  |  Dearborn and Polk  |  Saturdays 7am to 1pm, starting June 20th

Roseland Community Market  |  12400 S Michigan  |   Saturdays 10am to 3pm, starting April 25th

61st Street Farmers Market  |  6100 S Blackstone  |  Saturdays 9am to 2pm, starting May 16th

W. Humboldt Park Market  |  3610 W Chicago  |  Saturdays 10 am to 2pm, starting June 27th

Beverley Market  |  95th and Longwood  |  Sundays 7am to 1pm, starting May 11th

IMAN Fresh Bets and Eats Farmers Market  |  2744 W 63rd  |  Sundays 10am to 2pm, starting May 24th

Jefferson Park Farmers Market  |  4800 N Long  |  Alternate Sundays 9:30am to 1:30pm, starting June 14th

Logan Square Farmers Market  |  3107 W Logan Blvd  |  Sundays 10am to 3pm, starting May 17th

Perry Avenue Community Farmers Market  |  5749 S Perry  |  Sundays 10am to 2pm, starting June 28th

Portage Park Market  |  Berteau and Central  |  Sundays 10am to 2pm, starting June 7th

South Shore – Rainbow Beach Park Market  |  79th and South Shore  |  Sundays noon to 5pm, starting June 21st

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  • Sandy - I just noticed in Alderman Osterman's newsletter that what goes around comes around - the Edgewater Farmer's Market has moved back to its original (1990-2006) location:

    "The Edgewater Farmers Market will have a new location when it returns on Saturday June 13: The parking lot of the Broadway Armory, at Thorndale and Broadway."

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Black Chicago 2015 summer events

The Artist Lounge Open Mic hosted by Dometi Pongo: Every 1st and 3rd Friday @ Elee Mosynary Art Gallery (645 W. 18th Street)

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Grown Folks Stories: Thursday, May 21 @ The Silver Room (1506 E. 53rd Street)

“Move Your Body: The Evolution of House Music” exhibition kick off concert: Friday, May 22 @ Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park (201 E. Randolph) FREE

Farley Jackmaster Funk’s Birthday Party: Saturday, May 23 @ EvileOlive (1551 W. Division)

Randolph Street Market Festival: Saturday & Sunday, May 23-24 @ 1350 block W. Randolph and 1340 W. Washington Street between Ada and Ogden

Spike Lee and St. Sabina Block Party: Monday, May 25 @ 7800 S. Throop

Jazzin’ with the Saints: Friday, May 29 @ Gallery Guichard (436 E. 47th Street)

Hyde Park Brew Fest: Saturday & Sunday, June 6-7 @ 54th and Kenwood

Printers Row Lit Fest: Saturday - Sunday, June 6-7 @Dearborn and Polk

Chicago Blues Fest: Friday - Sunday, June 12-14 @ Grant Park (Jackson & Columbus)

Juneteenth Celebration: Friday, June 19 @ Culture Connection (400 W. 71st Street)

Taste of Randolph Street: Friday - Sunday, June 19-21 @ 900 W. Randolph

6 Corners BBQ Fest: Friday - Sunday, June 19-21 @ 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Sib's Breakfast Club Black Men Stand Up Celebration: Saturday, June 20 @ Venue 47 (643 E. 47th Street)

Real Men Cook: Sunday, June 21@ Palmer Park (201 E. 111th Street)

Chicago Pride Fest: Saturday & Sunday, June 20-21 @ Halsted and Waveland

L.A.T.E. Ride: Saturday, June 27 overnight ride @ Buckingham Fountain (500 S Columbus Dr)

Randolph Street Market Festival: Saturday & Sunday, June 27-28 @ 1350 W. Randolph & 1340 W. Washington

Randolph Street Market Festival: Saturday & Sunday, June 27-28 @ 1350 W. Randolph & 1340 W. Washington

Chicago Pride Parade: Sunday, June 28 @ Montrose Avenue and Broadway

Windy City RibFest: Friday-Sunday, July 3-5 @ Lawrence and Broadway

Chosen Few Picnic (25th Anniversary): Saturday, July 4, @ Jackson Park, 63rd and Hayes Drive

Taste of WVON: Saturday, July 18 @ Lorraine Dixon Park (8701 S. Dauphin Ave), FREE

Black Harvest Film Festival: August 8 – September 3 @ Gene Siskel Film Center (164 N. State Street)

Taylor Street Festa Italiana: Thursday-Sunday, August 13-16 @ Taylor Street and Ashland

Taste of Greektown: Saturday & Sunday, August 22-23 @ 400 S. Halsted

Little Black PearlFest at the Beach: Saturday August 22 @ Oakwood Beach (1099 E. Oakwood Blvd)

Chicago Venetian Night: Saturday, September 12 @ Navy Pier (600 E. Grand Ave.)

August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean: Thursday, September 10 - Sunday, October 11 @ Court Theatre (5535 S. Ellis Ave)

Move Your Body: The Evolution of House Music Exhibit: May 21 – August 16 @ Chicago Cultural Center (78 E. Washington Street), FREE

House of Blues Gospel Brunch: Every Sunday, House of Blues, Dearborn & Kinzie

Maxwell Street Market: Every Sunday, 800 S. Desplaines

Old School After Work Set: Every Tuesday @ Norman’s Bistro (1001 E. 43rd Street) Free

Soul Music Fridays: Every Friday @ Darrin’s Cocktail Lounge (1249 E. 87th Street), FREE After Work Set

Bottomless Brunch: Every Sunday 10a-4p @ Fleetwood (2333 S. Michigan Ave.)

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Mark Memorial Day weekend with parades, ceremonies and more

Day Trip Music Festival: Noon Sunday, May 24, at Redmoon Theater, 2120 S. Jefferson St., Chicago. An all-day electronic music festival over four consecutive Sundays of the summer. $10. eventsprout.com/register/daytrip_music__festival.

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Belmont-Sheffield Music Fest: 12:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 23-24, at 3200 N. Sheffield, Chicago. This annual festival unofficially kicks off Chicago's summer street fest season with top local tribute bands, food, and arts and crafts. $5. chicagoevents.com.

Hanover Park Memorial Day ceremony: 10 a.m. Monday, May 25, at Veterans Memorial Plaza in front of village hall, 2121 W. Lake St. Four new bricks honoring veterans will be added to the plaza. Free. Hpil.org.

Elk Grove Village Memorial Day observation: 10:45 a.m. Monday, May 25, at the Elk Grove Village Park District Pavilion, 1000 Wellington Ave., Elk Grove. Participants include VFW Post 9284 and the Ladies Auxiliary. Free. (847) 357-4040.

...at Lisle Cemetery. A community picnic follows at noon at Museums at Lisle Station Park, 921 School St. Free. (630) 271-9806...

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    I ve had other different experiences here at Jane Addams High School. It is a very small high school. We have to wear uniform but I don t mind it. All the teachers and staff are nice and friendly.

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Our guide to Chicago-area farmers' markets

Begins 5/31: Sun 9 AM-2 PM, 18th and Halsted.

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5/14-10/29: Thu 7 AM-3 PM, Daley Plaza, 50 W. Washington, 312-346-3278, thedaleycenter.com.

Through 10/31: Wed and Sat 7 AM-1 PM, 1750 N. Clark, 773-880-1266.

6/3-10/30: Tue 7 AM-1 PM; 6/4-10/29: Thu 4-8 PM, N. Lincoln and W. Leland.

Through 10/25: Sun 7 AM-1 PM, 95th and Longwood.

Sat 9 AM-3 PM, 3333 S. Iron Street, growingpower.org.

Through 11/7: Sat 7:30 AM-1 PM, University and Oak.

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    I have become very successful at JAHS by taking responsibility for my own actions in my life and not depending on anyone else. I have learned to get up and do things myself. JAHS is better than my old school because they don't require unnecessary classes like art or music. The classes are all about English, math, science. This means that I am able to focus on what is necessary.

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