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Chicago Green City Market kick-off rally

Farmer's Markets are a celebration of enjoying locally grown food and promoting sustainability
Farmer's Markets are a celebration of enjoying locally grown food and promoting sustainability
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  • Shamontiel (Chicago News & Events Examiner) 5 years ago

    I'm going to have to check this out. I usually avoid Lincoln Park because it's too hard to find parking spots, but this is worth it. Maybe I'll take the red line. Is this close to public transportation?

  • Stephanie Herzog - Chicago Vegetarian Examiner 5 years ago

    Hi Shamontiel! I'm so glad you are interested in attending the market - Nothing compares to the taste of locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables. Here is what the Green City Market recommends for transportation:

    The Chicago Green City Market's outdoor market is located at the south end of Lincoln Park between Clark and Stockton Drive (approximately 1790 N. Clark). Discounted parking is available for $9.00 for the first two hours with validation in the Chicago Historical Museum parking lot off of Stockton Drive (for validation, patron must make a minimum $5 purchase at the market). The Lincoln Park trolley runs every Saturday down Stockton Drive starting on May 23rd. It is free and picks up in front of the Historical Museum parking lot. The following CTA bus routes stop by Green City Market: 22 Clark, 36 Broadway, 73 Armitage, 151 Sheridan. The nearest train stop is the Clark/Division Red line (walk north on Clark to Green City Market).

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