Farmers' Market

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2020 Summer Farmers’ Market

The Palatine Farmers’ Market, operated by the Sister Cities Association of Palatine, opened on May 2.  The Farmers’ Market is permitted to operate as an Essential Business under Governor JB Pritzker’s ’Stay at Home’ Executive Order.  To view the guidelines and procedures established by the Farmers’ Market due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic please visit the Palatine Farmers’ Market website by clicking on the following link:  Palatine Farmers’ Market

The Farmers’ Market details are as follows:

  • Every Saturday at the Palatine Train Station Parking Lot (directly east of the Palatine Train Station)
  • May through October
  • 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Additional Information

For additional information regarding the Farmers’ Market, please contact Marg Duer at (847) 358-1649 or by email, or visit the Palatine Sister Cities Website or the Palatine Farmers’ Market Website.


Winter Farmers’ Market

  • 1st and 3rd Saturdays at the Palatine Train Station
  • November through April
  • 8 a.m. to Noon

The Palatine Farmers’ Market moves inside the Train Station in November, with a few hearty vendors outside.  The Winter Market is open the 1st and 3rd Saturday from 8 AM to noon, November through April.

All winter long, we can continue to enjoy Hasselmann’s fresh eggs (laid within 3 days), pasture raised meats; Bobby’s Soft-Wave fish varieties; Katic breads, croissants, English muffins; all Underground Garlic bulbs; spices; and winter lettuces, spinach, micro-greens and herbs from Dan’s Arlington Crest Farm in Palatine and Peter’s Middlebury Farm in Harvard.  Outside, find Maggie’s Munchies for pets with Barb’s Little Bison Co. offering Amish hand-rolled butter, jams, and salsas along with her full range of meats, eggs and more.  Jordan of Geneva Lakes Produce will bring fall produce and mushrooms.