Billing itself as Chicago's "greenest" market, the new Glenwood Sunday Market in Rogers Park opens June 6 at 9 a.m., with a ribbon cutting at 8:30. Food produced by 11 farmers will be offered. All the farmers are and either certified organic or transitioning to organic and come from within 200 radius of Zip Code 60626, the market's website says. Other food vendors will be sourcing sustainably according to strict market guidelines. The market will fill the entire street on Glenwood Avenue between Morse Avenue and Lunt, at the base of the 'L', making it a "Green Stop on the Red Line," organizers say.
Glenwood Sunday Market is located at the intersection of Glenwood & Morse Avenue (1400W-6900N) in Rogers Park. It will operate every Sunday 9 a.m. -1 p.m. June 6 through Oct. 17. Visit its website for more information.