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Chicago Market Thanksgiving Pop-Up Shop – Nov. 19

Chicago Market Thanksgiving Pop-Up Shop

Join Care for Real for Chicago Market Co-Op’s Thanksgiving Pop-Up Shop!

From 2:30pm – 5:30pm on Saturday, November 19 at Wilson Abbey, 935 W Wilson Ave, vendors will have kinds of delicious produce and meat to make your Thanksgiving celebration special, from fresh bread to locally grown greens.

Care for Real will be joining these vendors and will be collecting donations and distributing information. So stop by! Entry is free but an RSVP is required.Check out all the vendors and RSVP at  http://www.chicagomarket.coop/events

Chicago Market Thanksgiving Pop-Up, November 21

Chicago Market Thanksgiving Pop-Up, November 21

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Chicago Market: A Community Co-op is partnering with Care for Real on a special event – The Chicago Market Thanksgiving Co-op Pop-Up!  The event takes place Saturday, Nov. 21, at The Foxhole (2444 W. Montrose Ave), from2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Local farmers and producers will come together for a farmers market. You’ll be able to pick up everything you need for your holiday feast. You can even order local, organically-raised Thanksgiving turkeys in advance and pick them up there. RSVP is required.  Register here:  http://bit.ly/CMPopUp

Participating vendors include Meadow Haven Farm, Genesis Growers, Seedling Fruit, Scrumptious Pantry, Green Acres Farm, Three Sisters Garden, 1871 Dairy, Sauce & Bread, Katherine Anne Confections and more.  Chicago Market is a cooperativegrocery store dedicated to local foods that is forming on the north side of the city. With more than 670 Owners already on board, Chicago Market aims to bring the bounty of local food to a big, beautiful full-service grocery store by the beginning of 2017. Learn more and become an Owner at www.chicagomarket.coop.

Care for Real will be hosting a table at the Pop-Up. Attendees can make a donation or they can buy a little extra from our farmers there and drop it off at the table. Our local farmers sell more produce, those in need won’t go hungry, and our entire community grows stronger.