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Trick or Treating Hours for Halloween 2017!

by Rose Price

Halloween is here! Time to don your best costume, grab your goodie bag, and stock up on all the candy! Each of the communities in our area are having special trick or treating hours on Halloween night. Worried that won’t be enough candy?! Be sure to check out the other fun trick or treating opportunities on the days leading up to this festive holiday!

 

Community Trick or Treat Hours

Tuesday, October 31st

 

Special Trick or Treating Events

Friday, October 27th

Sunday, October 29th

Monday, October 30th

Tuesday, October 31st

 

Make sure everyone has a happy and safe Halloween by following these trick or treating safety tips!

  • All trick-or-treaters should walk in groups and not alone.

  • Young children should always be accompanied by their parents or another adult.

  • If you are going to be out after dark, make sure that everyone is visible in your group. Be sure to carry a flashlight. Wear light colored costumes or add reflective tape generously to costumes.

  • Costumes should fit properly to avoid any tripping hazards. Costumes should also not restrict vision.

  • Only walk while trick-or-treating. Stay on sidewalks whenever possible and only cross streets at designated crosswalks or intersections. Leave bicycles or skateboards at home.

  • Review with your children the importance of watching for traffic. If you are a motorist on Halloween night, be on the lookout for children.

  • Examine all of your children's candy before letting them eat any. Only keep candy that is wrapped or packaged.

Frightful Fun in Champaign-Urbana

by Rose Price

Halloween is just around the corner! Enjoy spooks, frights, and more all October long throughout the Champaign/Urbana area. Whether you are looking for family friendly frights or the ultimate terror filled adventure, check out these great Halloween activities in our area!  Happy Halloween!!

HAUNTED HOUSES

 

Baldwin Asylum

Prepare to scream at one of Illinois’s top 10 haunted attractions! Find terror hidden in every corner of the 10,000 square foot space. Click HERE for dates. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $15 per person. Baldwin Asylum is located at 2040 Lon Drive in Rantoul.

 

Freak Show

For one weekend only, test your nerves at Freak Show. This truly terrifying haunted attraction is not for the faint of heart. Check it out on Friday, October 20th, and Saturday, October 21st. It is open from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm both nights. Tickets are $10 per person. Skip the line by purchasing a fastpass for $20. Come see all the “freaks” at 601 County Fair Drive in Champaign.

 

Midway of Madness

You won’t find furry farm animals or fun entertainers this October at the Champaign County Fairgrounds (1302 North Coler, Urbana). The fairgrounds have been overtaken by zombies, monster, ghouls, and more! This favorite haunted site is open every Friday and Saturday, as well as Halloween night, from 7:00 pm until 11:00 pm. Tickets are $15 per person.

EVENTS

 

All-Nite Horror Marathon

Date: Friday, October 13th

Time: 10:00 pm

Location: The Art Theater (126 West Church Street, Champaign)

Cost: $20 per person

Will you survive an all night movie marathon? Enjoy screenings of all your gore filled favorites, including Friday the 13th IV: The Final Chapter, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, The Last House on Dead End Street, Eaten Alive, and Nightmare Sisters.

 

Haunted Hike

Date: Sunday, October 22nd

Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Location: River Bend Forest Preserve (1602 West Mid America Road, Mahomet)

Cost: $3 per person

Explore the River Bend under the crescent moon. Don your best costume and enjoy a spooky hike with creatures of the night! Register by calling (217) 896-2455 or email cwalsh@ccfpd.org.

 

Halloween FunFest

Date: Thursday, October 26th

Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: Market Place Mall (2000 North Neil Street, Champaign)

Cost: FREE!

This great family friendly event is filled with Halloween fun. Enjoy trick-or-treating, festive games, costume contest, and a haunted house.

 

An Evening with Poe

Dates: Thursday, October 26th, Sunday, October 29th, & Monday, October 30th

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Allerton Park & Retreat Center (515 Old Timber Road, Monticello)

Cost: $20 per person

The works of Edgar Allan Poe are some of the most haunting. Listen to his suspenseful stories and poems while sitting in the mysterious setting of the Allerton Mansion. After the Poe readings, enjoy a candlelight tour of the Mansion. There will be a cash bar available at the event.

 

Fall Festivities ALL Weekend Long in Champaign-Urbana!

by Rose Price

Celebrate FALL all weekend long throughout the Champaign-Urbana area this weekend! Enjoy seasonal activities, food, and fun at these incredible community events!

 

Flannel Fest

Date: Saturday, October 7th

Time: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location: Hessel Park

Cost: FREE

Don your favorite flannel and head to Hessel Park for some fall festivities! With live entertainment, art demonstrations, hayrides, games, crafts, contests, food trucks, and more, there is something for everyone at this fun annual event.

Schedule of Events

11:00 am | Live Music

12:00 pm | Timberwork’s Lumberjack Show

12:30 pm | Mustache Contest

1:30 pm | Timberwork’s Lumberjack Show

2:00 pm | Live Music

3:00 pm | Timberwork’s Lumberjack Show

 

Harvest Fest

Date: Saturday, October 7th

Time: 2:00 pm - 6:00 PM

Location: Museum of the Grand Prairie, Lake of the Woods Forest Preserve

Cost: $3 per person | FREE for children 2 and under

Find all the things you love to do during the fall at this fun event. Pumpkin carving, scarecrow making, spooky storytelling, hayrides, and more await you and your family. Each registered guest receives one pumpkin per family. Register in advance by calling (217) 586-2612 or emailing bgarvey@ccfpd.org.

 

C-U Oktoberfest

Date: Saturday, October 7th

Time: 3:00 pm - Midnight

Location: Downtown Champaign (Corner of Neil & Washington Streets)

Cost: $5 per person

Celebrate fall like the Germans at C-U Oktoberfest. Wear your best dirndl or lederhosen and spend the evening enjoying delicious local beer, traditional food, and live polka music. There are also fun activities for children, such as bounce house, face painting, games, and more. Proceeds benefit the Developmental Service Center.

Schedule of Events

11:00 am | Dirndl Dash | Crystal Lake Park

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Family & Children's Activities                               

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Die Musikmeisters (Live Music)

8:30 pm - 10:00 pm | The Polkaholics (Live Music)

10:30 pm - Midnight | Bolzen Beer Band (Live Music)

 

Fall Festival

Date: Sunday, October 8th  

Time: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: Prairie Fruits Farm and Creamery

Cost: FREE

Head to the farm on Sunday for some autumnal fun with the whole family. Enjoy delicious apple cider floats while watching cider pressing demonstrations. Take a fun hayride, visit the goats on the farm, and more!

 

Champaign Rose wishes everyone a very happy Fall weekend in Champaign-Urbana!

 

Image Credits: Champaign Park District and Developmental Services Center  

Back to School in Champaign County!

by Rose Price

School bells are about to start ringing throughout Champaign County! The first day of school is fast approaching for students throughout our area. It is time to pack those back packs with your new supplies and start the 2017-2018 school year! Here is a list of all the first days of school for our area districts!

 

 

Champaign Unit 4 School District | 703 South New Street, Champaign

First Day of School

  • Wednesday, August 16th: Grades 1-9

  • Thursday, August 17th: Grades 10-12 and ½ of Kindergarten Class

  • Friday, August 18th: ½ of Kindergarten Class

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

Mahomet-Seymour Community Schools | 1301 South Bulldog Drive, Mahomet

First Day of School

  • Friday, August 18th: All Grades K-12

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

Monticello CUSD #25 | 2 Sage Drive, Monticello

First Day of School

  • Wednesday, August 16th: All Grades K-12

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

Paxton Buckley Loda CUSD 10 | 700 West Orleans Street, Paxton

First Day of School

  • Thursday, August 17th: All Grades K-12

    • Early dismissal

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

Rantoul City Schools District #137 | 400 East Wabash, Rantoul  

First Day of School

  • Friday, August 18th: All Grades K-8

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

Rantoul Township High School District 193 | 200 South Sheldon, Rantoul

First Day of School

  • Tuesday, August 22nd: All Grades 9-12

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

St. Joseph CCSD 169 | P.O. Box 409, St. Joseph

First Day of School

  • Wednesday, August 16th: All Grades K-8  

    • Early dismissal

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

Tuscola CUSD #301 | 409 South Prairie, Tuscola  

First Day of School

  • Monday, August 21st: All Grades K-12

2017 - 2018 District Calendar

Unit Seven Schools | P.O. Box 720, Tolono

First Day of School

  • Thursday, August 17th: All Grades K-12

2017 - 2018 District Calendar  

Urbana School District #116 | 205 North Race Street, Urbana

First Day of School

  • Friday, August 18th: Grades 1-6, 9, and ½ of Kindergarten Class

  • Monday, August 21st: All High and Middle School Students and ½ of Kindergarten Class

2017 - 2018 District Calendar   

Villa Grove CUSD #302 | 400 North Sycamore, Villa Grove

First Day of School

  • Thursday, August 17th: All Grades K-12

2017 - 2018 District Calendar  

 

Champaign Rose wishes all of the students in Champaign County a successful and fun 2017-2018 school year!!!

 

Celebrate Freedom in Champaign/Urbana!

by Rose Price

Celebrate Independence Day throughout the Champaign/Urbana area! It is time to show off your patriotic pride as we celebrate our nation’s founding and the freedoms that we enjoy everyday as citizens of this great country! There are too many fun activities planned for this 4th of July weekend for us to list them all! But, there are 2 annual community festivals that cannot be missed!  Head to Rantoul and Champaign this holiday to have the ultimate patriotic fun!

 

RANTOUL

Rantoul Freedom Celebration

When: Thursday, June 29th - Tuesday, July 4th

Where: Throughout Rantoul

Rantoul offers a full weekend of activities to celebrate Independence Day. Enjoy a carnival in Wabash Park from Thursday through Saturday. Check out a car show on Saturday and Monster Truck Show on Sunday. The following day bring the family for more fun at the Rantoul National Aviation Center. Watch the excitement of monster trucks or participate in the 5K. There will also be food, live music, inflatables, firework display, and many more activities available all day. Wind down the holiday weekend on Tuesday with a delicious pancake breakfast sponsored by the Rotary from 7:00 am until 11:00 am. The 4th of July parade begins at 9:40 am so be sure to claim your spot to watch all the fun!

 

CHAMPAIGN

Champaign County Freedom Celebration

When: Tuesday, July 4th | 11:05 am (Parade) | 7:00 pm (Evening Program)

Where: Downtown Champaign

This amazing annual event has something for everyone to celebrate Independence Day. Start the day off participating in the Youth Run or 5K Race/Walk which takes participants along the parade route. After being active in the morning, find your spot along the parade route. The parade starts at 11:05 am and will feature great patriotic bands, live music, and much more. Finish off your celebration at the evening program which starts at 7:00 pm and will be located along Kirby Avenue. The festivities include musical entertainment, kids activities, and a great fireworks display at the end of the night.  

 

 

Champaign Rose wishes you and your family a very happy and safe Independence Day!

 

Election Day Polling Places for Champaign County!

by Rose Price

Election Day, November 8th, is here! No matter which candidates you are voting for this year it is important to have your voice heard! It is one of the great freedoms that we get to enjoy in this country. There is still plenty of time to get to the polls today. All polls in Illinois will be open until 7:00 pm. As long as you are in line by that time, you will be allowed to vote. Make sure to bring a valid form of identification.

 

Looking for your local polling place? Here is a list of all polling places for Champaign County:

 

To find your exact polling place, click HERE!

 

Champaign

  • Douglass Center Annex (804 North Fifth Street)

  • Cohen Hillel Center at UIUC (503 East John Street)

  • University YMCA (1001 South Wright Street)

  • Student Dining and Residential Programs (301 East Gregory Drive)

  • The Church of the Living God (312 East Bradley)

  • Skelton Place Community Room (302 South 2nd Street)

  • Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) (201 East Peabody Drive)

  • IL Employment and Training Center  (1307 North Mattis)

  • Holy Cross Parish Center (405 West Clark - West Entrance)

  • E.H. Mellon Administration Center (703 South New)

  • Faith Methodist Church (1719 South Prospect Avenue - South Entrance)

  • Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (2101 South Prospect Avenue - North Entrance)

  • Jericho Missionary Baptist Church (1601 Bloomington Road)

  • Farm Bureau (801 County Fair Drive)

  • Salvation Army Corps (502 North Prospect)

  • Grace Lutheran Church (313 South Prospect Avenue)

  • St. Peter’s United Church of Christ (905 South Russell - Main Entrance)

  • Hessel Park Christian Reformed Church (700 West Kirby - East Entrance)

  • Hays Center (1311 West Church)

  • St. John’s Lutheran Church (509 South Mattis Avenue - Mattis Entrance)

  • Champaign Church of Christ (1509 West John - South Entrance)

  • Westminster Presbyterian Church (1700 Crescent Drive)

  • Leonhard Recreation Center (2307 West Sangamon - Main Entrance)

  • Free Methodist Church (1913 South Mattis Avenue)

  • Meadowbrook Community Church (1902 South Duncan Road - North Entrance)

  • Parkland College Tony Noel Ag Center (2400 West Bradley Avenue)

  • Bresnan Meeting Center (706 Kenwood Road)

  • Stratford Park Bible Chapel (2801 West Kirby)

  • Carpenters’ Local No. 243 (402 South Duncan Road)

  • Windsor Road Christian Church (2501 West Windsor Road)

  • First Christian Church (3601 South Staley Road)

 

Mahomet

  • Mahomet Area Community Center (510 East Main Street)

  • Hatchers Cars (103 West Oak)

  • Lake of the Woods (Pavilion No. 1)

  • Mahomet Nazarene Church (702 Turkey Farm Road)

 

Rantoul

  • The Gathering Place - First United Methodist Church (200 South Century Boulevard)

  • Eagle’s View Retirement Center (200 West International)

  • American Lutheran Church (500 Church Drive)

  • Thomasboro Fire Station (101 North Church Street)

  • Rantoul Youth Center (1306 Country Club Lane)

 

St. Joseph

  • St. Joseph Township Building (400 West Sherman)

  • Living Word Fellowship Church (1000 Park Avenue)

  • Prince of Peace Lutheran Church (802 East Douglas)

 

Tolono

  • Tolono Public Library (111 East Main)

  • Savoy Municipal Building (611 North Dunlap)

  • Tolono West Fire Station (202 West Linden)

 

Urbana

  • Church of Christ (2601 South Philo Road)

  • Carroll Fire Protection District Building (1811 Brownfield Road)

  • Vineyard Church (1500 North Lincoln)

  • Edge-Scott Fire Department (201 Smith Road)

 

We look forward to seeing everyone in Champaign County at the polls today! Happy Election Day!

Trick-or-Treating Hours for Champaign/Urbana Communities!

by Rose Price

Halloween is just around the corner! It's time to dress up your little ones as ghosts or goblins, princesses or witches, superheroes or monsters! Be sure to mark your calendar with the neighborhood Trick-Or-Treating hours for these Champaign/Urbana area communities! All trick-or-treating for the listed communities will occur on Monday, October 31st.

 

Champaign: 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Mahomet: 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Monticello: 5:00 to 8:00 pm

Paxton: 5:00 to 8:00 pm

Rantoul: 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Savoy: 6:00 to 8:00 pm

St. Joseph: 5:30 to 8:00 pm

Tuscola: 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Urbana: 6:00 to 8:00 pm

 

It's important to make sure that everyone stays safe this Halloween! Follow these great safety tips during trick-or-treating:

 

  • All trick-or-treaters should walk in groups and not alone.

  • Young children should always be accompanied by their parents or another adult.

  • If you are going to be out after dark, make sure that everyone is visible in your group. Be sure to carry a flashlight. Wear light colored costumes or add reflective tape generously to costumes.

  • Costumes should fit properly to avoid any tripping hazards. Costumes should also not restrict vision.

  • Only walk while trick-or-treating. Stay on sidewalks whenever possible and only cross streets at designated crosswalks or intersections. Leave bicycles or skateboards at home.

  • Review with your children the importance of watching for traffic. If you are a motorist on Halloween night, be on the look out for children.

  • Examine all of your children's candy before letting them eat any. Only keep candy that is wrapped or packaged.

 

 


Champaign Rose wishes everyone a very Happy and Safe Halloween!!!

Pumpkin Patches of Champaign/Urbana!

by Rose Price

Time to decorate the front of your Champaign/Urbana home with some great Jack O’Lanterns! There are few things more fun than pumpkin carving with your family during the fall. Need to know where to find the biggest and brightest pumpkins this year? Check out these great pumpkin patches in the Champaign/Urbana area.

 

 

Head to Curtis Orchard (3902 South Duncan Road) in Champaign for all your pumpkin needs. This patch will be open now through the first week of November. Hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 Monday through Saturday and 11:00 am until 4:30 pm on Sundays. This is the perfect spot for Champaign residents who love to pick their own pumpkins. Find a huge variety in the patch, including giant pumpkins, mini pumpkins, pie-making pumpkins, pumpkins for carving, blue pumpkins, white, pumpkins, and MORE! Each pumpkin costs $0.42 per pound, with a minimum cost of $2.50 per pumpkin. Grab your red wagon and stock up on all your pumpkins today.

 

The 200 Acres (1749 A CR 1900 North) in Arthur grows over 300 different varieties of pumpkins from 30 plus different countries! The patch is open everyday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm from now until Halloween. Admission to the patch is $5 per adult, $3 per child (ages 6-12) on the weekdays and $8 per adult, $5 per child (ages 6-12) on the weekends. Along with the ability to pick your own pumpkins, check out the mums for sale, corn mazes to explore, and farm animals to interact with.

 

Rantoul is home to Hardy's Reindeer Ranch (1356 County Road 2900 North). Make a day at the ranch after picking your own pumpkins. Hardy’s is open 7 days a week. Get lost in the 10 acre corn maze. Dine on some delicious concessions such as pulled pork and gourmet hot dogs. Be sure to check out the Jack Splat pumpkin cannon to see pumpkins launched half a mile in the air!

 

Wagon Wheel Pumpkin Farm (16578 Airport Road) in Clinton is open now through October 30th. Come any day of the week between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm to pick your pumpkin. Take a hayride out to the patch to help you find the most perfect orange pumpkin for you to take home. There are also fun games for you to play with pumpkins including checkers and tic-tac-toe! Pack a picnic and enjoy plenty to do with your family at this great pumpkin farm.


Pumpkin picking at Rader Family Farms (1238 Ropp Road) in Normal is lots of fun. Grab a wagon and walk out to the patch to find the ultimate pumpkin for carving. Rader Family Farms is open through October 30th. You and your family can also check out the corn maze, apple slingshots, and apple cannon blaster for even more fun!

 


It is that spook-tacular time of here! Halloween is just around the corner! Get in the spirit of the season at some of the amazing events planned in the Champaign/Urbana area. Whether you are looking for the ultimate scare at a haunted house or want something tamer, such as a fun, Halloween themed event, check out these great activities going on all month long!  

HAUNTED HOUSES

 

Midway of Madness

The family fun setting of the Champaign County Fairgrounds (1302 North Coler, Urbana) has been transformed into a haunted carnival! Overrun with terrifying zombies, crazy carnies, and scary monsters, the fairgrounds have become the site of the Midway of Madness Haunted Barn! This awesome haunted site is open every Friday and Saturday, as well as Halloween night, from 7:00 pm until 11:00 pm. Tickets are $12 per person.

 

The Freak Show & The Haunt at Bone Saw Mill

Put your fears to the test and check out this great haunted attraction that has two terrifying sites! Check out the all new Haunt at Bone Saw Mill or the chilling Freak Show, a brand new attraction available this year. This attraction is open every weekend now through Halloween. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Tickets for the Freak Show and the Haunt at Bone Saw Mill are $15 for admission to one. If you are truly daring and want to check out both, tickets at $20 for admission to both or get truly festive and pay $28 to also receive a T-shirt and fast pass! Swing by 601 County Fair Drive in Champaign for a night of frightening fun.

 

Baldwin Asylum

This top rated haunted attraction is seriously terrifying. Be prepared to scream as you walk through the 10,000 square feet space of terror. Click HERE for dates. Doors open at 7:00 pm and the asylum stays open until 10:00 pm on weekdays and 12:00 am on the weekends. Tickets are $15 per person. Baldwin Asylum is located at 2040 Lon Drive in Rantoul.


EVENTS

 

Zombie Run

Dates: Saturday, October 15th

Times: 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Location: Kaufman Lake (2702 West Springfield Avenue, Champaign)

Cost: $25 per person (Resident), $37.50 per person (Non-Resident)

See if you can survive a zombie apocalypse during this fun run. Brave the 2.5 mile course filled with zombies and obstacles in the dark of the night. Luckily there are safe points along the way for some respite….if you can find them. There are different wave times as participants will be sent in groups of 20-50 throughout the night. Get active and have some scary fun during this great event. Click HERE to register!

 

 

5 Nights of Hitch

Dates: Sunday, October 23rd - Wednesday, October 26th & Friday, October 28th

Times: 7:00 pm

Location: The Virginia Theatre (203 West Park Avenue, Champaign)

Cost: $6 per film, $24 series pass

Watch the best films from the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock! This popular film festival will feature screenings of Vertigo (10/23), The Birds (10/24), North by Northwest (10/25), Rear Window (10/26), and Psycho (10/28) in the beautiful Virginia Theatre. By a pass to see all 5 films and your admission to the fifth film will be free!

 

Gruesome, Gory, and Ghastly Ghosts and Ghouls

Date: Saturday, October 29th

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Location: Knight Auditorium, Spurlock Museum (600 South Gregory Street, Urbana)

Cost: $20 per person

Your entire family will love listening to ghoulish stories from some of our favorite local storytellers, including Dan Keding and Kim Sheahan as well as storytelling students from UIUC. Your kids will leave with a special bag of candy after enjoying ghost stories from around the world.

Stories from the Other Side

Date: Saturday, October 29th

Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Knight Auditorium, Spurlock Museum (600 South Gregory Street, Urbana)

Cost: $8 for adults, $6 for students

If you are looking for a more adult ghost story experience, check out the Stories from the Other Side. This evening of storytelling will feature terrifying tales. Note, you must be 16 or older to attend this event.

 

Laser Show: Fright Light!

Dates: Saturday, October 29th & Monday, October 31st

Times: 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm (Saturday) & 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm or 9:00 pm (Monday)

Location: William M. Staerkel Planetarium (2400 West Bradley Avenue, Champaign)

Cost: $8 per person

Spend a night “under the stars” at the William M. Staerkel Planetarium for a scary laser show. This fun show will feature music from Black Sabbath, Blue Oyster Cult, Michael Jackson, Alice Cooper, and more.

 

An Evening with Poe

Date: Sunday, October 30th

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Allerton Park & Retreat Center (515 Old Timber Road, Monticello)

Cost: $20 per person

The works of Edgar Allan Poe are some of the most haunting. Listen to his suspenseful stories and poems while sitting in the mysterious setting of the Allerton Mansion. After the Poe readings, enjoy a candlelight tour of the Mansion. There will be a cash bar available at the event.

 

The Great Farmer's Markets of Champaign County!

by Rose Price

Summertime means the return of fresh produce to Champaign/Urbana and the surrounding communities. There is a FARMER'S MARKET throughout the area almost every day of the week!! These great weekly events connect local farmers and artisans to the community, help economic development and promote a healthy lifestyle. Stop at any of these markets to stock up on fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy products, baked goods, flowers, handmade goods, and so much more!!!

Tuesdays

Land Connection Farmer's Market

When: Every Tuesday afternoon from 4:00 to 7:00 pm, May through October

Where: Downtown Champaign in Parking Lot M (310-330 North Neil Street)

 

Wednesdays

Rantoul Farmer's Market

When: Every Wednesday afternoon from 4:00 to 7:00 pm, June through October

Where: Rantoul Market (133 South Gerrard Street)

Homer Farmer's Market

When: Every Wednesday evening from 5:00 to 7:00 pm 

Where: Caboose Park (Corner of Main Street and First Street)

 

Thursdays

Sustainable Student Farm

When: Every Thursday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm (or when supplies run out), May through November 

Where: University of Illinois Quad (1401 West Green Street)

Paxton's Market on Market

When: Every Thursday afternoon from 4:00 to 7:00 pm 

Where: Majestic Park (135 South Market Street)

Monticello Farmer's Market

When: Every Thursday afternoon from 3:00 - 6:00 pm, June 16 through October 6th

Where: Corner of State Street and Livingstone Street

 

Saturdays

Urbana's Market at the Square

When: Every Saturday morning from 7:00 am – 12:00 pm, May through November

Where: Downtown Urbana, Corner of Illinois Street and Vine Street

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