The Low-Line Market
SSA 27 is excited to announce the Low-Line Market's 2015
At the auxiliary exit of the Southport Brown Line CTA
June 4 - Sept. 3: 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Sept. 10 - Oct. 8: 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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Now in its third year of operation, the Low-Line Market is a
prepared food and farmers market, with the goal of creating an
experience where neighbors can meet and gatherwhile having greater
access to a collection of high quality produce, prepared foods and
handcrafted goods from local farms and vendors. Byproviding an
increased availability of local food sources within walking
distance of a high traffic, residential area the Low-Line Market
aims atcontributing to an increase in sustainability within our
Interested in becoming a vendor at the Low-Line Market? Download
our 2015 vendor application here. We are still updating our
2015 market guidelines and FAQ to reflect recent changes to
Illinois statewide farmers market regulations and will post them
here when completed, however, you can
download our guidelines from last year here for referece.
Please contact the market manager, Elsa Jacobson (email@example.com),
for additional information.
2014 Vendor Listing
- Armstrong Farm
Richton Park, Illinois
- Cookie Yum
- Dog Baby Treats
- Grassroots Farm
Vegetables, Canned Tomato Products
- Hazzard Free Farm
Grains, Beans, Canned Goods
- Lyon's Fruit Farm
South Haven, Michigan
- Pecking Order
- Phoenix Bean
- Stamper Cheese Company
- Tamales Express
- Tempel Farms Organics
Old Mill Creek, Illinois
Flowers, Honey, Popcorn
Community Partner of the Week Program
While the Low-Line Market vendor booths are dedicated only to
locally grown and produced food, the Community Partner of the Week
Program provides an opportunity for other local businesses to
connect with market-goers. Learn more
about becoming a Partner of the Week here (PDF).
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