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Jefferson Park Sunday Market – Winter

Jefferson Park Sunday Market (Winter)

Jefferson Park Sunday Market - Winter - Facebook Event ► February 5, 2023 • Super Bowl & Valentine’s Day prep
 ► April 2, 2023 • Easter prep
 ► May 7, 2023 • Mother’s Day prep

 ► Hours: 10am to 2pm  •  Free entry & Free Parking

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The WINTER market features Produce, Crafts, Ready to eat food, & so much more. The Copernicus Center bar will be open for coffee, tea, Bloody Marries and more.

For more information & a regular vendor lists.  Click Here

Visit Sunday Market on FACEBOOK.  Click Here

RSVP to the Facebook Event (button above) and see updated vendor information in the “Discussion” tab.

 


 

The Jefferson Park Sunday Market – winter version, is held at the Copernicus Center Annex (5214 W Lawrence Ave); only 0.2 miles from the Summer Sunday Market location. Use the separate Annex entrance toward Avondale Ave. 

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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:  The Copernicus Center is located two blocks from the Jefferson Park CTA Bus terminal, Blue Line and Metra. The Lawrence Avenue Bus # 81 stops in front of the building.


Is your Business interested in Becoming a Sunday Market Vendor?

Vendors Wanted.  This is a great opportunity for you to sell your products and to gain additional exposure for your business, hand made crafts, or products.  Please review the vendor information on the Jefferson Park Sunday Market website. Click on the TAB →  Becoming a Vendor

About the JP Sunday Market

We started out as the merger of a crew of people wanting to have a Jeff Park market that started a discussion on Everyblock, plus a couple of us from JPNA with some connections to help get year one off to the quick start it needed, considering that original discussion was in March—after when many submissions, etc. are usually already in.

With the help of our friends at the Copernicus Foundation who gave us space that first couple of years, we started a tradition. But that black asphalt in the parking lot made it rough to be out there. So with that experience under our belt, and some new friends over at the park in the form of the Jefferson Memorial Park Advisory Council, we renewed our start by moving into the park, where we got welcome shade and added foot traffic. We been noted by some of our vendors the friendliest market they’ve participated in. That’s something that we love to hear as organizers.

We are a 501c3, and are staffed exclusively by volunteers.

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Copernicus Center Event Patrons:
“An inherent risk of exposure to COVID exists in any place where people gather. COVID is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. You assume all risks, hazards, and dangers arising from or relating in any way to the risk of contracting COVID or any other communicable disease or illness, or a virus, bacteria, or other pathogen capable of causing a communicable disease or illness, while attending the event or otherwise utilizing Copernicus Foundation’s services and/or entering onto its premises, whether occurring before, during, or after the event. You further voluntarily release and waive all claims and potential claims against etix, Copernicus Foundation and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, sponsors, successors and assigns and their respective officers, employees, contractors, consultants and agents, Event Organizers, the Venue, the Presenter, the Event, the Event Producers, and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, sponsors, successors and assigns and their respective officers, employees, contractors, consultants and agents, in connection with exposure, infection, and/or spread of COVID or another communicable disease or illness, bacteria, virus, or pathogen related to your attendance at the event and/or utilization of Copernicus Foundation’s services and premises. We reserve the right to unilaterally make changes to health protocols according to updated public health guidance and law. By continuing, you agree to these terms.”

 

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