CHICAGO — The Lakeview Low-Line Market will return next month.
The market, which focuses on locally grown produce and artisan goods, will have eight farmers and 17 vendors supplying a variety of vegetables, flowers, meat and and more throughout the summer, according to a Friends of Lakeview news release. It returns June 6.
This season’s lineup includes Chicago Marshmallow, Elsie Mae’s Pies and Canning, Fehr Bros. Farms and Pixie Dust Salts, among others.
“The Low-Line is a carefully curated market with the goal of creating an experience where neighbors can meet and gather while having greater access to a collection of high-quality produce, proteins, flowers and artisanal foods from local farms and vendors,” according to Friends of Lakeview. “By providing an increased availability of local food sources within walking distance of a high traffic, residential area, the Low-Line Market aims to contribute to an increase in sustainability within our community.”
The market kicks off from 3:30-7:30 p.m. June 6 and is held on Thursdays at the Southport CTA Station on the Brown Line. It ends Oct. 10.
Those interesting in selling or performing at the market can fill out a vendor application or musician application online.