Arlington Heights Farmers Market
Starting Saturday, May 15 (8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) through October 16, a bustling market full of the seasons local fresh produce, artisanal cheese, homemade pastries, freshly roasted coffee, hot breakfast foods, handmade goods, and much more comes to life in commuter parking lot across from the Arlington Heights Historical Museum on Vail Ave. and Fremont St.
Brought to you by the Arlington Heights Historical Society and following Covid Phase 4 safety requirements to help protect you and your family – masks and social distancing are required, and pets are not allowed. Volunteers are needed! See ahfarmersmarket.org for more information, or email manager: [email protected] or call 847-255-1225 with any questions.
Enjoy the Arlington Alfresco Experience
Get out of the house and enjoy a meal outdoors at Arlington Alfresco!
The outdoor dining program held in the downtown on Vail and Campbell as well as in private parking lots of area restaurants, started last year during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to help small businesses expand their outdoor seating.
The program, which allows restaurants to extend outdoor seating into the right-of-way in the downtown or in parking lots of other restaurants, started in June and was originally slated to end on Labor Day.
The street dining area in the Downtown could last until November. There is also discussion of ending it in September to hold a fall weekend festival, if COVID-19 restrictions allow.
For those preferring to use curbside pickup for dining or shopping, there will be designated areas at the entrances of Arlington Alfresco, on the first floor of the Vail Garage and in a nearby parking lot. Delivery services for businesses and residents living within the zone will also have designated areas. Several changes have been made to allow for 2-hour parking in Lot E, along Davis Street, and on the first floor of the Vail Garage. ADA parking spaces have also been located near each of the four entrances to Arlington Alfresco.
33 S. Arlington Heights Road,
Arlington Heights, IL 60005
May Handmade Market at Streets of Woodfield
Just in time for Mother’s Day, we are once again taking over the 4th floor of the outdoor, covered parking garage at Streets of Woodfield in Schaumburg and turning it into a one-day, socially distanced Handmade Market! Shop with more than 50 of your favorite local artists and crafters.
•9 am early access $5•10 am to 3 pm free admission
To help maintain capacity limits, timed tickets are required for entry https://mayhandmademarket.eventbrite.com
Masks are required. Contact less payment is encouraged. (Venmo, Zelle or Apple pay)
Facebook event listing: https://fb.me/e/1fObu1JpZ
Streets of Woodfield, 601 North Martingale Road, Schaumburg, IL, 60173
Free Cooking Demo to Help Domestic Violence Victims
The North Suburban Legal Clinic hosts free virtual cooking demonstrations with professional chefs on the second Thursday of every month. We are inviting anyone with questions about domestic violence to ask those questions to Clinic attorneys anonymously in the chat. The cooking demonstrations include a live chat, via RingCentral. Guests can ask questions anonymously and seek help. No domestic violence content will be shown on the video. Guests can log on anonymously using an alias throughout the hour. No registration is required.
The next opportunity will be May 13, 1-2 PM – Sugarcraft LLC (https://sugarcraftllc.com) Decorate along with cookie artist Wendy Malkin of Barrington. She started decorating as a hobby, which then became a favor for friends’ parties and events. Soon enough, Wendy began getting calls from all over the area for her delicious and creative cookies. Soon after, Sugarcraft was born.