The Logan Square Farmers Market Features Local Farmers and Artisans

Since 2005, the Logan Square Farmers Market has served as a premier open-air destination and community gathering place. 

Operated by the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, the market provides a place for local farmers and artisans.

Vendors include:

Black Dog Gelato 

When Jessica Oloroso quit her job as a pastry chef, she started Black Dog Gelato. Since opening, the Food Network featured the shop on Unique Sweets. Jennifer carefully crafts the gelato and has made many local and national “Best Of” lists. Flavors include strawberry balsamic, malted vanilla, and goat cheese cashew caramel.

Abbey Brown Soap Artisan

Abbey Brown offers handcrafted soaps and body oils. The artisans support local farmers and use herbs and botanicals to create high-quality products. The team makes soaps in small batches and sells them either wrapped or unwrapped. Scents include chamomile, honey oatmeal, and tea tree.

Iron Creek Farm

The Mark family has operated Iron Creek Farm for over a century. If you want broccoli, rhubarb, and hot peppers grown on a certified organic farm, then you can’t go wrong. The selection varies with the season, so you’ll always find something new.

Mill Creek Farm

Family owned, Mill Creek raises organic pasture-based livestock and poultry for the Chicagoland area. The farmers believe that all of the animals should graze in the pasture together, and they’re moved to new land every few days. Mill Creek began in 1992 with 50 acres and is respected throughout the community. The selection includes pork, beef, and lamb.

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