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Visit the Farmers market every Saturday for the best selection of fruits, vegetables, and fresh flowers. Along with a variety of business vendors including jewelry, clothing, food products, and much more! Sat. 7:30AM-12PM.
Market in the Park will operate every Wednesday June 15th- September 28th, rain or shine. Featuring Dotsons Farms, unique hand crafted items and more. W 8AM-2PM.
Town Center Marketplace - variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, oils, organic nutritional supplements, fresh baked pies and more. Sa 9AM-2PM.
This market offers fresh garden produce, bakery items and herbs. Freshly cooked pork sandwiches and tamales are also available. Come to the market to meet friends, chat, browse and shop. For more information, visit our website or call. Sa 7AM-12PM.
Great farm fresh produce, food products, plants and more every week. Many local cultural events on a weekly basis. Come join us!
Matching your foot structure to a pair of shoes. Carrying running, walking and cross training shoes. Also carrying a full line of technical clothing.
Upscale casual restaurant and micro-brewery featuring an American eclectic menu with a Cajun flair, eight hand-crafted beers, cigar bar, patio and private dining room.
Enclosed, two-level shopping center featuring Apple, Coach, A/X Armani, Lego, Gilly Hicks and over 150 fine shops & restaurants.
Over 30 vendors offering fresh produce, flowers, bakery items, home and garden items, and more. Barbeque lunches sponsored by local charities.
The Old Orland Historic District has antique and specialty shops, and interesting service businesses nestled in a 1800s neighborhood of historic churches, charming houses and colorful gardens.
Orland Park Place features an exceptional line-up of retailers including Old Navy, Marshall's, Nordstrom Rack, DSW, Jared Jewelers and many other fine stores and restaurants.
The Farmer's market is located at 52nd Avenue and Cook Avenue, behind the Oak Lawn Library (9427 S. Raymond Ave.) The village has lined up great vendors when you can pick out fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, find unique gifts, get a rain barrel and visit with Oak Lawn businesses. Wednesdays 7AM-1PM.
Visit the Oak Forest Farmers Market every Saturday from May 28 through October 1 for the best selection of fruits, vegetables, fresh flowers, and home decor. You will also enjoy weekly events such as health screenings, culinary demos, story time for kids, and much more. 8AM-1PM.
Country gift shop specializing in custom silk floral designs, gift baskets and hand-crafted items.
This historic 1857 farm offers hay ride trips to the pumpkin patch, rope making, puppet shows and much more family fun.
Retail stores anchored by Carson Pirie Scott & Sears. Free standing JCPenney and Target. Variety of dining establishments. Perfect for tour operators. Close to hotels and Interstate 57.
Family owned business providing handmade chocolates and sweet treats.
Antiques and collectibles over 100 dealers. Over 75 showcases, 10,000 sq ft. All on one floor. Appraisals. Buy-sell-trade.
Art rubber stamps and accessories, brass stencils, ink pads, markers, books, magazines and videos. Free demonstrations.
Has been making its own delightful signature toffee in Lockport for 30 years. Hollingworth Signature toffees and candies are locally handcrafted with the finest and freshest, natural ingredients. Pure ingredients. Pure indulgence. Pure Bliss.
The City of Lockport has a downtown unique in Chicagoland. With a history that drove the economy of Illinois and the Midwest through the early 19th century, Lockport has many historical markers, some visible, some hidden, that attest to its influence.
The Kankakee County Museum is the home of the Kankakee County Historical Society. Founded in 1906, it is the oldest incorporated local historical society in Illinois. The Main Museum Building contains seven permanent and temporary exhibit galleries, the Museum Store, the Museum's Archival Research Library, the Museum's offices, and support facilities. The Museum Complex also encompasses the historic 1855 Dr. A. L. Small House, the 1904 Taylor One-Room Schoolhouse, Column Garden and Outdoor Exhibit Area. The museum boasts more than 85,000 artifacts in addition to 20,000 still images in the photo collection.