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The Governors Executive Order has designated farmers markets as an essential business, so Schaumburg's market operations will shift from an event where the community is encouraged to gather to visit with neighbors, family and friends, to an In and Out market. The In and Out market concept addresses concerns related to the COVID-19 virus such as: social distancing, crowd management, and product safety. Youll still find all the locally grown fruits and vegetables, seafood, meats, flowers, plants and gourmet cheeses sold by the farmers who produce them. And, the market will continue to feature decadent baked goods, olives, preserves, hot sauces, coffee, tea and knife sharpening services. - Be a hero, wear face coverings at all times. - There will be one entrance and one exit. Sanitize upon entering/exiting market. - No bikes or pets permitted. - 7am-7:30am will be exclusively for shoppers over 65. - See website for additional protocols.
Laugh Out Loud is BACK with a new comedy adventure! Let's face it, vacations on the surface just aren't what they used to be. That's why Laugh Out Loud is taking you deep into the ocean for a socially distant night out. Arrive a half hour before "departure" to enjoy drinks and snacks, because once the show begins you'll need your masks on to regulate deep sea breathing for the rest of your journey to the deep. Our Captain and comedy crew will pilot you through sea creatures and sunken treasure for an hour of laughs. $15 per person. Seats are sold in groups of 2 or 4 7:30 shows are all ages 9:30 shows are adult
This year's Farmers Market will still bring you fresh, local food and produce. But it will be an "in and out" style market with more details coming soon. Located adjacent to the Arlington Heights Historical Museum Campus and the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, with plenty of free parking and easy access. The Arlington Heights Farmers Market benefits the Arlington Heights Historical Museum and is brought to you by volunteers. Interested in volunteering? Call the museum 847-255-1225 and ask for Carol Frieburg.