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Andersonville Farmer’s Market Is Back With Eased Restrictions

The Andersonville Farmer’s Market is back after covid guidelines forced the nation to rethink how they temporarily conducted business. This year those restrictions have been somewhat eased as Chicago slowly gets back to normal.

Every Wednesday starting May 12, Catalpa between Clark and Ashland will be shut down to vehicular traffic so the Farmer’s Market can setup. From 3-3:30 p.m. shopping is open to those 60+ or are at increased risk for Covid-19. From 3:30 – 7 p.m. the market will be open to everyone.

This year attendees are able to shop in person with rules allowing a higher capacity which should help shorten the lines to enter. Online ordering however will still be available for customers who wish to avoid the crowd.

After guidelines prevented customers from handling produce last year, they will once again be able to select without assistance. In addition, the market welcomes back our four legged friends. So leash up the pups and let them help choose your fresh produce.

Market attendees will still be asked to “stop shop & go” this year in order to reduce line wait times. If you opt to shop at home, pre-orders will continue through the WhatsGood app or online (link shoppers must register first).

For more info, go to the market website or email market@andersonville.org.

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