Frankfort Country Market 2024: Vendor Applications Now Open

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Frankfort, IL – The Village of Frankfort has announced the opening of vendor applications for the 2024 Frankfort Country Market season, inviting local purveyors to participate in this vibrant community event.

According to the official village announcement, the market season is scheduled from April 21 to October 27, offering a platform for nearly 50 vendors to showcase their produce, plants, and artisanal goods to the Lincoln-Way area and its surrounding suburbs. The Frankfort Country Market, a mainstay since 1993, aims to bolster local commerce and provide residents with access to fresh, local products while fostering a sense of community.

Interested vendors can apply for a spot at the market, which operates on Sundays, with an opportunity for additional visibility and sales. The market features a variety of goods including produce, flowers, and handmade items, with a commitment to ensuring a diverse and successful market mix. The selection process takes into account several factors to curate a rich vendor lineup for the season.

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