2018 La Grange Farmers Market

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Name: 2018 La Grange Farmers Market
Date: July 13, 2017
Time: 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Fresh berries abound.
Event Description:
Over 30 local and Midwest farmers and small-batch artisans sell their wares at this award-winning outdoor market nestled in downtown La Grange. From farm-fresh eggs to freshly-baked breads, and artisan cheeses to spicy salsas, this friendly market has something for all tastes. Due to Midwest growing season, not all vendors are ready to sell in May and June. For vendor application, click here

New activities this year include live-action stations like bread-making and cooking demos, plant potting parties, yoga sessions and story times. Along with returning farmers selling in-season fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers plus meats, fish and fresh eggs, small-batch food artisans will also sell: cheeses; organic breads, pastries and wraps; tacos, tamales and flavor-infused waters, cold brew coffees, smoothies and juices; seasonings, sauces, salsas, jams and honey; natural hand-made soaps and cleaners; and natural pet foods.

There will also be an activity tent that will focus on children's activities and crafts, environmental sustainability, wellness, gardening and more; live music will also be featured. 

The La Grange Farmers Market is located adjacent to the historic La Grange Village Hall at the intersection of La Grange Road and Harris Avenue. It is sponsored by prasino kitchen + bar with Kathy Dierkes State Farm Insurance and organized with the cooperation of the Village of La Grange. Convenient, free parking is available in an adjacent covered parking garage.


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Located on the corner of La Grange Road and Harris Avenue in front of the historic Village Hall at 53 South La Grange Road.
Date/Time Information:
Weekly on Thursdays from 7am - 1pm.
Contact Information:
La Grange Business Association
No admission fee; adjacent to complimentary parking. 
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