Community Table Schedule

Click here for application form starting March 1. Dates are assigned on first-come basis with preference to local community organizations.


June 20: Opening Day
June 27: Citizens Climate Lobby, Northbrook
July 4: Market closed for Independence Day
July 11: Summer Stock Day, Northfield Township Food Pantry
July 18: Northbrook Community Gardens
July 25: Northbrook Civic Foundation/
Northbrook Days
Aug 1: Moms Demand Action/Gun Safety
Aug. 8: North Shore Senior Center
Aug. 15: Alzheimer's Association
Aug. 22: Northbrook Public Library
Aug. 29: Cong. Brad Schneider, outreach
Sept: 5 : Northbrook Historical Society
Sept. 12: Northbrook Arts Commission
Sept. 19: State Senator Julie Morrison
Sept: 26: Democrats of Northfield Township
Oct. 3:
Oct. 10: 
Oct. 17: Closing Day and L'il Pumpkins; L'il kids decorate free pumpkins; Northbrook Community Nursery School
Opening Day Bash June 20
Taste a slice of summer at our 10th annual Watermelon-Cutting Ceremony starting at 10 a.m.
Fun activities include:
  • Free watermelon slices
  • Free handouts from event sponsor, NorthShore University HealthSystem
  • Free slices of watermelon from Sunset Foods (while supplies last)
  • Free face painting by Lindsey Lee
  • Free ice cream bars from Northbrook Dairy Queen (while supplies last)
  • Free RC Juggles balloon creations
  • Free Northbrook Police and Fire Department visits and handouts
  • Free music by Northbrook's very own Steve Zane
The market is open 7 am. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays, June 20 to Oct. 17, rain or shine, except in severe weather.There are never any fees to participate, thanks to our sponsors and partners!

‚ÄčOpening Day: June 20, sponsored by NorthShore University HealthSystem, join our Watermelon Cutting ceremony and party!
Summer Stock: July 11, sponsored by Advanced Disposal to restock food pantry shelves (see below).

Closing Day & Li'l Pumpkins: Oct. 17, sponsored by NorthShore University HealthSystem, Free pumpkin decorating for kids ages 3 to 6 (must be present).
Don't Know What Summer Stock Is? 
That's the day we collect all sorts of dry goods, such as paper towels, toilet paper, etc.,  household cleaning products, and canned goods, to help restock food pantry shelves. 
The event is sponsored by our friends at Advanced Disposal to aid the Northfield Township Food Pantry. 
Supplies tend to be depleted during the summer months, when most of us are busy having summer fun. So join us in thinking about those less fortunate as we stuff a vehicle to the roof! 

Kids of all ages can explore a natural-gas powered recycling collection truck and be sure to honk the horn!
A Big THANK YOU! to all who participate.