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Collingswood SAT JUL 13

Colls JUL 13

Hello, Collingswood Marketeers!

 Welcome back for Week 11 of our 2013 Season.

Contact Phone

Call David Hodges any time Saturday morning
(856) 979-6653

Vendor News

We have another week packed with vendors and guests. La Pooch, Rochelle Rose, and Otolith are all back, but in part they’ll move into space vacated by Cymron Cottage, who are done for the season.

Sad End for a Farm

Blue Acres Berry Farm will not be back. The Andersons began their third season with us just last week, and now they report they have to give up their spot. Lack of help and too many work obligations conspired to overwhelm them. Of course many of our permanent farm vendors bring blueberries to market, so we won’t suffer too much, but still it’s always disappointing when a farm can’t make it.

Guest Vendors

In happier news, Brookeberry will be back with their organic raspberries and blackberries. Dee Dee’s Pesto, Waldor Orchids, and Green Aisle Grocery will fill out the Guest Vendor area. Inside the Market, near the Veggie Valet, we’ll be hosting Hand and Paw Massage (so-called because the masseuse caters to pets, not people).

New Feature This Week: Market Tours!

Friend of the Farmers Market (FOFM) volunteer Erin O’Donnell will be conducting tours of the Market to familiarize shoppers with vendors and their wares, and to help them understand various types of table areas. The tour begins at 8:15, so look for Erin and her tour group early. Share your good news with them.

Animal Shelter will staff Veggie Valet!

Our good friends at the Camden County Animal Shelter will be back for the second time this month. Ordinarily, that’s a violation of Market rules, but we’re happy to make an exception for any nonprofit willing to staff our new Veggie Valet station for us!

BID Vendors

Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding your appearance. Mike DiBartolo, dibartolobakery@comcast.net (609) 949-3424.

Flexible Site Plan

Changes will continue to occur throughout the season as vendors come and go and as we learn more about how neighbors interact. I remind you no spaces are ever guaranteed and require your cooperation if I move your location any given week.

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