CHICAGO (CBS)– An outdoor fall festival is being held today and it’s being put on by high school students.
The Austin Harvest Market is an open-air market featuring fresh produce, pumpkin decorating and live music.
It started earlier this summer when teenagers transformed a looted liquor store into a market. Their goal is to reduce food scarcity.
The fest kicks off at 2 p.m. at 423 North Laramie Avenue.
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