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Farmers markets after dark: Coming to Logan Square & Uptown

  • Shoppers at the Mark Family Farms (of LaPorte, Ind.) booth at the Daley Plaza Farmer's Market in Chicago.
Shoppers at the Mark Family Farms (of LaPorte, Ind.) booth at the Daley Plaza… (Jos? M. Osorio / Chicago…)
April 30, 2013|By Leonor Vivanco, @lvivanco | RedEye

Get ready to head over to two new Chicago farmers markets set to open soon with night hours.

Chicagoans will be able to buy fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers at the markets weekly in Logan Square and Uptown, according to the mayor’s office, which announced the additions and farmers market schedule on Tuesday.

The Logan Square market at Kedzie and Milwaukee Avenues will be open from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays beginning June 26 through Sept. 4. The Argyle market at Argyle Street and Broadway will be open from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays starting June 27 through Sept. 19.

Most of the city-run farmers markets are set to open in June with a few exceptions.

Lincoln Park’s farmers market at Armitage Avenue and Orchard Street will open May 11 along with the market at Division and Dearborn streets on the Gold Coast. On May 12, the market at 95th Street and Longwood Drive in Beverly will set up shop.

The farmers markets downtown at Daley Plaza opens May 16 and the one at the Federal Plaza opens May 21.

Want to check out all the city's farmers market? Click here.

Need a map of the locations? Click here.

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