Main Street Market

May 4 - Oct. 26, 2024
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
152 Main St., Park Forest, IL 

Park Forest Main Street MarketSince 1974, the Park Forest Main Street Market - formerly the Park Forest Farmers’ Market - has been connecting area residents with local farmers, food vendors, and businesses. The Market hosts 36 full spaces with a variety of produce, bakery goods, and herbs. Local businesses are also on hand at the Market, selling artwork, garden ornaments, jewelry, and more.

The Market accepts EBT/Link, WIC, and Senior Nutrition Coupons.

The Market is open Saturdays, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 4 through Oct. 26.

  • Face Covering suggested for unvaccinated customers
  • Hand sanitizer stations will be available to keep your hands clean
  • No handling of products before purchase


Creating a healthier community by helping families in need access locally farm-grown, fresh fruits and vegetables.

Become a vendor at the Main Street Market

Apply today to sell at this year’s market! Download the 2024 Main Street Market Applications below. Market spaces will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis, please complete all parts of the application and submit your payment to secure a space. Call the Department of Recreation, Parks & Community Health at 708-748-2005 or email with any questions, concerns, or comments.

Main Street Market Application Document Links:

2024 Main Street Market Farmer's Only Application. Click here for the online application.

2024 Main Street Market Standard Application. Click here for the online application. 

2024 Main Street Market Crafts and Art Application. Click here for the online application.

2024 Main Street Market Civic Group Application. Click here for the online application.

2023 Main Street Market Rules of Operation 

Where is the Main Street Market located? 

The Main Street Market is located at 152 Main Street, just steps from Western Avenue, in the parking lot across from Victory Center, next door to Dollar General.  

Check out the Main Street Market Video

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