With summer in full swing, we are also in the heart of farmer’s market season. When it comes to food, nothing beats fresh, local produce from local farms. Farmer’s markets provide small businesses and farmers to showcase their items to the community, and it feels good knowing your money is going directly into your community.
To highlight these people and all of their hard work, we wanted to inform our residents about farmer’s markets happening right here in Naperville. From fruits and veggies to cheeses, honey, baked goods, sweets, and more, these are the best local markets for you to enjoy!
200 E. 5h Avenue, Naperville, IL 60563
June- October: Saturday: 7am – 12pm
Off-season: Contact vendors directly
This year-round market hosts local vendors in all seasons, with the heart of the season being from June-October. Enjoy 40+ vendors every Saturday from 7 am to 12 pm. In the winter months, select businesses are still on display, so be sure to stop by!
Farm-to-table is one of the best ways to enjoy healthy, fresh meals sourced locally, so you can be sure to know where your food comes from when you buy from the Naperville Market.
There are also musical performances and events for kids, so this is a great spot for people of all ages to enjoy a Saturday outing.
The parking lot of the 95th Street Library 3015 Cedar Glade Road, Naperville
Thursdays June 3 – Sept 30 from 3 pm to 7 pm
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Presented by the Naperville Parks District and the Naperville Public Library, the 95th Sreet Farmer’s Market features homegrown produce, fruits, vegetables, and homemade bread and jams. There are also products such as candles, plants, dips, meats, oils, and sweets.
Besides these two fantastic markets, there are many others throughout the Chicago metro area. So if Thursday or Saturday do not work for you, be sure to check out the others!
A more comprehensive list of farmer’s markets in the area can be found here.
The Chicago Tribune also put together a searchable map of farmer’s markets in the Chicago area.