FILE PHOTO: The Oswego Country Market reopened for the season Sunday, June 28, with precautions in place following the spread of the novel coronavirus. Twenty-eight businesses participated, with social distancing and masks encouraged.
FILE PHOTO: The Oswego Country Market reopened for the season Sunday, June 28, with precautions in place following the spread of the novel coronavirus. Twenty-eight businesses participated, with social distancing and masks encouraged.

The final Oswegoland Park District’s Oswego Country Market for the year will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18 on Main Street in downtown Oswego.

With the health and safety of our community in mind, market staff have enjoyed continuing the tradition of bringing great products and services to the community

Stock up on Sunday at Albo Acres, Brit’s Sweet Treats, Cutting Edge by the Blacksmith, Chuck’s Wood Fire Pizza, E & S Fish Co., Everyday Essential Oils & 3 Lucky Dogs, Gallery’s Choice Lavender, Gandi the Juice Guru, Gindo’s Spice of Life, Grumpy Gaucho, Hahn’s Bakery, Hufendick Farm, Jay’s Maize Kettle Corn, Krispology, Lang’s Cookies, The Olive Gallery, Papa’s Natural Honey, Six Generations Farmin Local, Stamper Cheese Co., Sunset Growers, Sweet P’s Homemade Cookies, Tranquility Base Candles & Diffusers, & White Blossom Soaps.

The Oswegoland Park District is already looking forward to 2021 market season. Stay informed about what the market has planned by following us on Facebook at facebook.com/OswegoCountryMarket. Questions about the Oswego Country Market can emailed to oswegocountrymarket@oswegolandpd.org.

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