Jefferson Park Flea Market
Jefferson Park Flea Market
► Sunday, October 21, 2018 – 9 am to 3 pm – Add to Calendar
Copernicus Center Parking Lot → 5216 W Lawrence Ave
The Jefferson Park Flea Market will be held from 9 am to 3 pm Sunday, October 21, on the parking lot at the Copernicus Center, 5216 W. Lawrence Ave., one block east of Milwaukee Avenue.
Multiple Families participate. Lots of great bargains! Rain or shine.
Also, inside the Copernicus Center lobby, a representative from the Illinois State Treasurer’s Office will help residents look for any funds owed to them. The Office was quite successful in finding funds for our neighbors during past events. 🙂
To sell YOUR items & become a VENDOR, please call Eva at 773 282-3879 or email [email protected] for an application. The Fee is $20 for 3 parking spaces. Applications can also be picked up from the Nadig Newspaper office located at 4937 N Milwaukee Ave between 9 am – 4 pm or by DOWNLOADING APPLICATION HERE.
- Application Deadline: October 15
- Optional “3 spaces” use = Park your car elsewhere to use all three spaces for your items.
- Vendor set-up 8 am
- All vendors must vacate the parking lot by 4:30
About the Jefferson Park Neighborhood Association (JPNA)
Jefferson Park Neighborhood Association is a 501(C)(4) non-profit organization.
In September 2001, the Jefferson Park Neighborhood Association (JPNA) held its first public meeting. The meeting was held in the Jefferson Park field house auditorium, under the eyes of Thomas Jefferson, whose portrait proudly hangs on the wall. The JPNA was organized by several members of the Jefferson Park Chamber of Commerce and by residents of the Jefferson Park area. The purpose was to provide a shared vision of the neighborhood to move it into the next century while maintaining its small-town atmosphere. Some of the organization’s historical highlights are as follows:
— In 2011 and 2015 the JPNA organized and hosted the 45th Ward Aldermanic debates. The JPNA has hosted several other political debates since 2003, often teaming up with other neighborhood associations and local newspapers.
— Formation of the Jefferson Park Historical Society. This started as a committee, and was so popular that it was spun off into its own freestanding organization. The historical society even began filling the gaps of other Northwest-side neighborhoods that didn’t have their own historical societies, prompting a name change to the Northwest Chicago Historical Society.
— Since 2008 JPNA has been a big supporter of “The Garden for the Hungry”, a garden for raising fresh vegetables for area food pantries. The garden started as an Eagle Scout project by Boy Scout Troop 840.
— The 2009-2010 JPNA cookbook, with recipes from members, was such a success that JPNA was prompted to bring out another volume.
— Area gardeners enjoy the JPNA semi-annual plant and flower sale.
— Since the summer of 2011 the JPNA, along with the Copernicus Foundation and the Chamber of Commerce brought back a farmers market to the neighborhood. With fresh fruits, vegetables, jams, honey, and more from Midwest farms, Jefferson Park Sunday Market has proven to be a popular event every other Sunday, from late June through October.
JPNA has served area neighbors as an outlet for their opinions, interests and concerns. General meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month at Jefferson Park Congregational Church, 5320 W. Giddings, at 7pm. Everyone is welcome.
About the Jefferson Park Chamber of Commerce
The Jefferson Park Chamber of Commerce is organized to advance the business, civic, and social interests of its members, and to enhance the welfare of the entire Jefferson Park Community. Their top priority is to help neighborhood business grow! You can find them on Facebook at THIS LINK.
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