Sunday, September 15, 2019 — The Maxwell Street Foundation will be at the New Maxwell Street Market in Chicago to sell a variety of Maxwell Street-themed items ranging from books to posters and T-shirts, and to converse about Maxwell Street and the Market. It’s also Family Day September 15, featuring live family portraits by William Estrada and Yvette Mayorga; piñata–making with the National Museum of Mexican Art; puppetry by Wonder Wagon, and tunes by DJ Rayo as part of World Music Festival.
10am–12pm: Wonder Wagon
12–2pm: DJ Rayo
THE MAXWELL STREET MARKET CONTINUES TO OPERATE EVERY SUNDAY OF THE YEAR ON DESPLAINES AVENUE BETWEEN TAYLOR AND POLK STREETS, 9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM, where you can find bargains, authentic street food, and unique gift and food items. There is limited FREE parking on Desplaines Ave. from Harrison to Polk, and on Desplaines Ave. from Taylor to Roosevelt. For more information contact cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dca/supp_info/maxwell_street_market.html. The Foundation thanks the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) that runs markets citywide, for their support toward the visibility and viability of the Maxwell Street Market as the longest-standing and official open-air market created by city ordinance in 1912.