MainStreet Libertyville Farmers Market Opens at 7 a.m. May 30

The 44th annual Libertyville Farmers Market will open on Thursday, May 30. Located in Cook Park at 413 N. Milwaukee Ave. and on west Church Street in downtown Libertyville, the market will be held on Thursdays from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning on May 30 and continuing through Oct. 17. (There is no market on June 13.)

Opening day festivities will begin at 9 a.m. at the MainStreet Libertyville tent in Cook Park with the official watermelon cutting ceremony, a long-standing tradition at the market.

With more than 45 vendors this year, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Shop weekly for seasonal produce, cheeses, dips, honey, sweets, bread, seafood, microgreens and other locally produced staples.

Farmers markets allow customers access to fresh, nutritious food by way of a short supply chain, and help support the local economy as well as growers and producers. A bounty of farm fresh produce, artisan foodstuffs, fresh flowers, and tasty baked creations awaits customers each week in Cook Park.

Free, four-hour parking is available in the covered parking garages on Lake Street and on Church Street. For more information and a list of the vendors, visit, follow MainStreet Libertyville’s social media channels or call the MainStreet office, at (847) 680-0336.

MainStreet Libertyville is grateful for the generous support from sponsors including Advocate Condell Medical Center, BCU, The Family Stress Clinic, George Garner Cyclery, Great Lakes Credit Union, Hollister Inc., Salon Prismatic, Aspen Landscapes Inc., Byline Bank, Libertyville Bank & Trust, and The UPS Store – Libertyville.

Health and Wellness sponsors this year include Club Pilates – Libertyville, Medulla LLC – Chiro One, Simply Bee Counseling and TFI Physical Therapy & Sports Performance.

MainStreet Libertyville is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit volunteer organization dedicated to preserving and promoting downtown Libertyville. Annually, MainStreet Libertyville provides more than 55 days of community and retail events and is supported by 500 residential and over 200 local business members. Volunteers log an average of 4,000 hours each year planning and hosting MainStreet Libertyville activities.

Additional information about MainStreet Libertyville, including membership, can be found at

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