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Sunday Vendor Map! 


Are Dogs Allowed?

Yes! Please curb your dog before you enter the market. Dogs cannot pee on vendor tents and product.

Where can I find details about this week's market?

Kindly reference "This Sunday" for updated weekly vendor attendance as well as parking info.

Does the LSqFM accept SNAP, Link, and EBT?

Yes, since 2007, every vendor selling SNAP-eligible foods is required to accept SNAP payments at the LSqFM. You can purchase LSqFM Branded LINK TICKETS, valued at $1, at either the Milwaukee Ave. or Whipple Ave. entrances at the Chamber booths. These LINK TICKETS can be used all season at all eligible link vendor booths.

How can I participate at the LSqFM as a music performer?

This year, talent acts must log on to, create a profile and apply to the "2023 Outdoor Season" application to reserve their spot. We do not have a talent stipend, but tip jars are welcomed!

How can I participate at the LSqFM as a community organization or a local business?

Each week, a space is set aside for a local business (COMM) or local non-for-profit (NFP) group for promotion. This year, COMM and NFP participants must log on to, create a profile and apply to the "2023 Outdoor Season" application to secure their booth. COMM booths are $300/Sunday and NFPs apply for free. Any questions/concerns,

please reach out to

This process is new for us, thanks for learning alongside us!

What role does the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce play?

The LSqFM is organized by The Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, which is an association of nearly 200 local businesses whose mission is to advance the civic and commercial interests of the Logan Square community. The LSCC  is a tax-exempt 501(c)6 not-for-profit community organization.

Does the LSqFM accept debit and credit cards?

Yes, most vendors accept debit and credit cards. Some also accept other electronic payments such as Venmo, Zelle, and Apple Pay.

Are all the Vendors at the LSqFM Certified Organic?

While all of our vendors are small growers, producers, and artisans from the Midwestern Food Shed, not all of them are certified organic. The LSqFM strongly supports and encourages sustainable agricultural and business practices.  For many of our vendors, their operation is too small to allow them the resources to pursue USDA Organic Certification.  The LSqFM has decided to allow these vendors to sell at our LSqFM with the belief that as we help them succeed, they will be more able to follow healthful and sustainable practices.

The Logan Square Farmer's Market is one of the better markets I have been to throughout the country. 

Marc D.


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