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Collingswood SAT SEP 27

Collingswood SAT SEP 27

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
Starts off chilly and gets into the mid-70s by noon; no wind and no rain. We’ll take it!

Weather SEP 27

SITE MAP FOR SAT SEP 20
We’re full, but not overfull.

SEP 27GUEST VENDORS

Green Aisle Grocery, Sweet Freedom Bakery, John & Kira’s Chocolates, Soom Foods, and Neil’s Sharpening Service.

Bring out your knives (but don’t run with them). He visits us only once a month, always the Last Saturday. Neil Jacob’s Sharpening Service.

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LIVE MUSIC
They couldn’t be much different: on the west stage, Little Stevie‘s eclectic one-man New Orleans electric mojo band; one the east stage the soothing and cerebral Dave Kelly‘s acoustic guitars and mandolin.
BID VENDORS As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.
GUEST ARTIST
Louise Boughton
brings her beautifully hand-crafted crocheted hats, ponchos, and scarfs to the Market this week. Also featuring hair accessories and our newest addition . . . original glass-blown creations by Nicholas. Find her in the Guest Artist Space 24.
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VENDOR PARKING PERMITS
It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.
David Hodges Market Director
Collingswood Farmers’ Market
856 854-8385 Home Office
856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Collingswood SAT SEP 20

Collingswood SAT SEP 20

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
Leftover humidity and cool temperatures as we set up Saturday morning, warming to only the mid 70s by noon, mostly sunny all the way. Perfect Market day as usual.

SEP 20 Weather

SITE MAP FOR SAT SEP 20
We’re full, but not overfull.

SEP 20

GUEST VENDORS
Market Day Canele, Weckerly’s Ice Cream, John & Kira’s Chocolates, Border Springs Farm Lamb, and Windy Farm Alpacas.

Alpacas

LIVE MUSIC
Two beloved acts play our stages this week: Trio Nova Duo on the west stage, Kevin Monko brings his merry band to the east.
BID VENDORS As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.
GUEST ARTIST
Katherine Cheetham Glass. Katherine’s
primary work is multilayered fused glass panels typically depicting trees, flowers and landscapes. She also makes flameworked pendants and ornaments along with fused ornaments, plates and bowls perfect for wedding, office, birthday and Christmas Gifts.
See her flickr page for additional photos

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VENDOR PARKING PERMITS
It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.
David Hodges Market Director
Collingswood Farmers’ Market
856 854-8385 Home Office
856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Collingswood SAT SEP 13

Collingswood SAT SEP 13

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
Let’s rock this thing.
WEATHER FORECAST
Uh-oh. Things look good if you like cool temperatures, but the constant repetition of “few showers” is troubling. Fingers crossed the forecasters are talking about Westmont and Audubon, not Collingswood. 🙂

Weather SEP 13

SITE MAP FOR SAT SEP 13
There isn’t an empty space at the Market this week.

GUEST VENDORS
Green Aisle Grocery, Sweet Freedom Bakery, John & Kira’s Chocolates, Jima Creations Granola Bars, and Dee Dee’s Kitchen Pestos. Yum, sweet and savory.
LIVE MUSIC
Two beloved acts play our stages this week: John Rossi on the west stage, Sam Caruso on the east.
BID VENDORS As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.
GUEST ARTIST
Chris Bonner Ceramics
. I recommend you visit the flickr page for a complete tour.
link to flickr

Bonner Ceramics

NONPROFIT FUNDRAISER
Collingswood Community Garden, Truth 365 (Childhood Cancer Research), JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).
VENDOR PARKING PERMITS
It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.
David Hodges Market Director
Collingswood Farmers’ Market
856 854-8385 Home Office
856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Collingswood SAT SEP 06

Collingswood SAT SEP 06

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
Vacation was wonderful, but I’ll be delighted to be back at the Market this Saturday. We’re a full boat with plenty of wonderful regulars, a full roster of guest vendors, an artist, a sponsor, and two nonprofit fundraisers. Let’s rock this thing.

WEATHER FORECAST
Later in the day the forecasters are calling for thundershowers, but we look good for the morning, seasonable temperatures and low chance of rain . . . but HUMID.

Weather SEP 06

SITE MAP FOR SAT SEP 06
There isn’t an empty space at the Market this week.

SEP 06

GUEST VENDORS
A full roster of 5 Guest Food Vendors this week, all of them with devoted followings.

LIVE MUSIC
Two beloved acts play our stages this week: Dave Kelly on the west stage, Trio Nova Duo on the east.

BID VENDORS As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.

GUEST ARTIST
Anita DiPietro makes contemporary jewelry in mixed metals, unusual semiprecious stones and fossils, inspired by nature, but also by history and ancient civilizations.  This stunning custom cuff is a good example of her ageless adornments for innovative spirits!. See her in the guest artist space 24.

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NONPROFIT FUNDRAISER
We’re devoting sponsor/fundraising space to Go for the Goal and People for the Poor. Liberti Church is in our Sponsor Space.

VENDOR PARKING PERMITS
It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.

David Hodges Market Director
Collingswood Farmers’ Market
856 854-8385 Home Office
856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Collingswood SAT AUG 23

Collingswood SAT AUG 23

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
BACK TO NORMAL
Following the disruption of last week’s Craft and Fine Arts Fair, our layout returns to normal this week, including Guest Vendors on Irvin Avenue and below the Speedline.
WEATHER FORECAST
Definitely getting cooler as the summer winds down. Temperatures during Market hours will top out in the low to mid 70s. Cloudy all morning, but very low chance of rain.

SITE MAP FOR SAT AUG 23
Very few surprises here except the continuing absence of Treehouse Cafe. An on-site roaster, Rich’s Micro Roast, will be situated in the Treehouse space roasting green coffee beans for customers while they wait.
GUEST VENDORS
A full roster of 6 Guest Food Vendors, including the brand new Jima Creations Granola Bars.
LIVE MUSIC Two beloved acts play our stages this week: Dave Kelly on the west stage, John Rossi on the east.
BID VENDORS As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.
GUEST ARTIST

Beaucycled

Meredith Greimel handcrafts jewelry from rare gemstones and vintage remnants. She also arranges succulent gardens in glassware and vintage pieces. See her in the guest artist space 24.
NONPROFIT FUNDRAISER
We’re devoting sponsor/fundraising space to the Methodist Homes, Collingswood’s Pop-up Gala, and first-time visitor WHYY Newsworks.
VENDOR PARKING PERMITS It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.
David Hodges Market Director Collingswood Farmers’ Market 856 854-8385 Home Office 856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Collingswood SAT AUG 16

Collingswood SAT AUG 16

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
SPECIAL EVENT WEEK!
This week in Collingswood, Haddon Avenue is SHUT DOWN during Market hours for the big annual Crafts and Fine Art festival. Consider using Atlantic Avenue (just below the Speedline) to enter and exit the Market if you usually drive Haddon Avenue. The festival also means the Borough needs Irvin Avenue for through traffic, so Guest Vendors have been absorbed into the internal Market spaces.
WEATHER FORECAST
The current forecast is delightful. Temperatures will top out in the 70s during the Market, on the way to a high of 83 for the day. Sunny but cool, with decreasing humidity. Let’s have another one!

SITE MAP FOR SAT AUG 16
Here’s the Site Map. Note that there is no Guest Vendor area at the bottom. Irvin Avenue will be used for through traffic. Guest vendors and nonprofit fundraisers are positioned in internal Market spaces (85-89) (17-19) this week.
GUEST VENDORS
Popular guest vendors Dee Dee’s Garden (pesto) and John & Kira’s (chocolate) will set up in spaces 18 and 17.
Brand new vendors Rich’s Micro Roast (roasting coffee beans on the premises; no beverage service) and Aurora Naturals (soap) will set up in spaces 86 and 87, where Treehouse Cafe usually sets up. Treehouse takes its 2-week vacation every August.
LIVE MUSIC Two beloved acts play our stages this week: Dave Kelly on the west stage, Kevin Monko on the east.
BID VENDORS As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.
GUEST ARTIST
Evelyn Taylor Bonner brings her artistic sensibility and her extraordinary ceramics to the Guest Artist space. Photo to come.
NONPROFIT FUNDRAISER
Market Sponsor Lourdes Wellness Center teams up again this week with Oaklyn Food Pantry to collect food donations for our food-insecure neighbors. Encourage your customers to Buy 2 Give 1 at space 20 at Market Headquarters. Photo to come.
VENDOR PARKING PERMITS It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.
David Hodges Market Director Collingswood Farmers’ Market 856 854-8385 Home Office 856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Collingswood SAT AUG 09

Collingswood SAT AUG 09

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
HALFWAY THROUGH!
For those of us who participate all the way to Thanksgiving, this week (WEEK 15) marks the halfway point through our 30-week season. Two weeks ago, we passed the halfway point for vendors who don’t attend in November. How’s it going for you so far?

WEATHER FORECAST
The current forecast is delightful. (Just for the record, despite miserable predictions and early morning nastiness, no rain fell on the Market last Saturday once it started at 8am.)

 

VENDOR PARKING PERMITS
It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

SITE MAP FOR SAT AUG 09
Here’s the Site Map.GUEST VENDORS
Five favorites this week: Green Aisle Grocery, Green Ford Farm’s blueberries, Weckerly’s Ice Cream, and the brand new SOOM Foods, who will bring some remarkable tahini (white sesame seed paste) in natural and chocolate flavors.
LIVE MUSIC
Two beloved acts play our stages this week: Sam Caruso on the west stage, Dave Kelly on the east.
BID VENDORS
As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.
GUEST ARTIST
  • Selena Braunstein (Creatively Obsessed) takes vintage buttons, books, watches, chandelier crystals, and other found items and upcycles them into new jewelry and accessories. See her in the Guest Artist Space 24.

NONPROFIT FUNDRAISER
Furever Free works with the community to enable pets to remain with owners during tough times. It assists with spaying, neutering, and vaccinations, and strives to have every animal welcomed in the home as a true family member. Drop by the Guest Vendor area to ask founder Kimberly Laipple for details of their recent successes.

Furever Free

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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.
David Hodges Market Director Collingswood Farmers’ Market 856 854-8385 Home Office 856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Heart of the Garden WED AUG 06

Heart of the Garden WED AUG 06

Hello Vendors, Participants, and Marketeers!

WEEK 10!

Market Hours 2pm-6pm

Today, WED AUG 06, marks the 10th week of the season for the “Heart of the Garden” Farmers’ Market, co-sponsored by the Township of Pemberton and the DEBORAH Heart and Lung Center.

Closed Next Week

Please remember, the Market is closed WED AUG 13 when the field is used to host the St Ann’s Carnival.

News for This Week WED AUG 06

FAMILY- AND KID-FRIENDLY
It’s also the fourth week of our special series of Family Friendly events. We have three activities planned for our young guests today.
  • Clean Communities will conduct a recycling craft project for kids
  • Pemberton Gardening has planned a Potting for Kids (and adults) event
  • Love for Christina will paint kids’ faces and run a lemonade stand (both for donations)

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MARKET DAY WEATHER
As usual this time of year, there’s a chance of scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. With luck, they’ll scatter around us, but not on us. 🙂

NEW SITE PLAN LAYOUT
Please pay attention to the new site plan below. Instead of spreading out, let’s “circle the wagons” and create a smaller, more intimate, livelier atmosphere centered on the music stage. We’re adding some picnic tents at the “front,” and putting vendors on both sides of the lane, facing each other. I’ll need your attention and cooperation when you arrive to make the new plan work.
MARKET TABLE
Small, single-product vendors are having a hard time doing enough sales to justify the expense of coming to the Market while we build a steady customer base. To make sure we have enough variety to keep people coming back, the Market is selling Davidson’s Exotic Mushrooms, Wild Flour Bakery breads, and Mr. McGregor’s fruit pies from the Market Table.
PURPOSE OF THIS POST
This post is not for the general public. It’s for the benefit of Market participants. We have a facebook page and are building an email list to communicate with Marketgoers. You’ll get your news here; you’ll receive weekly email with a link to a new post at this blog for announcements and the site plan for the week.
LOCATION
  • The address is 500 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, in the open field alongside the Pemberton Municipal Building.
  • An aerial photo below shows the site location across the street from the athletic fields with their baseball diamonds, just down the road from the Burlington County Community College campus (and very near the tall blue water tower).
  • A link to Google Maps for driving directions is also provided below.
  • Have my cell phone number with you: David Hodges (856) 979-6653
SCHEDULE
  • Arrive no later than 1:00pm, please.
  • Be set up and ready to sell when the Market opens at 2:00pm.
  • Stay until the Market closes at 6:00pm.
VEHICLES
  • An aerial map with arrows showing the entry plan is shown below.
  • To exit, follow the arrows backwards.
  • Drive in off Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, proceed past parking and beyond the line of cones.
  • Turn left just before the green-and-white snow fence into the field.
  • Drive directly into the Market, following the site plan, looking for white stripes drawn on the grass.
  • Park your vehicle across the back of your area inside your assigned spaces.
TENTS AND GROUNDS
  • Set up tents and tables across the front of your assigned space.
  • Bring and use tent weights or stakes for everybody’s safety.
  • The Market site is a grassy field. It should be dry tomorrow, but consider bringing a mat just in case.
FACEBOOK
  • facebook.com/HeartoftheGardenMarket
  • Total likes at the moment: 297
  • There has not been much activity on this page in recent weeks. Please feel free to post news about your farm or business to generate interest in the site.
  • You can “Check In” on facebook when you arrive to let your friends (and your boss) know you’re here.

Vendor Entry to the Market:

Entry Drive

Link to Google Maps for Driving Directions
QUESTIONS?
Leave a comment in the Reply field below OR
Email David Hodges at davidbdale@comcast.net OR
Phone David Hodges at (856) 854-8385 Home Office OR
Phone David Hodges at (856) 979-6653 Cell Phone for Market Days

Market Director

Collingswood SAT AUG 02

Collingswood SAT AUG 02

Hello, Vendors and Friends of the Collingswood Farmers’ Market!
JUST PEACHY WEEK
Everything’s coming up peaches! We’ve got chefs coming to do demonstrations of their favorite peach recipes. We’ve got local bakers bringing their best peach pies for the Pie Baking Contest. Check out both events at Market Headquarters (see site plan).

Betsy David 2013

WEATHER FORECAST
The current forecast is pretty awful. Cool, yes, but wickedly humid with the very high chance of rain, even morning thunderstorms. We’ve been lucky for years, so maybe we’ll be lucky again. But be prepared.

COUNTING THE CROWD, all 4,077 of them!
We counted! A team of five (Joe Mick, Isobella Cerceo, Shirley Cotrotsos, Sean Garrity, and his girlfriend Cat) scanned the entrances last week, (SAT JUL 26) and the final tally was pretty impressive for a day interrupted by a shower.

VENDOR PARKING PERMITS
It’s good business to save the best parking spaces for SHOPPERS!
Most visitors will tell you it’s tough to find parking at the Market. We make things worse by parking our own vehicles in spaces that could be used and re-used many times by shoppers. Please encourage your table crew to park for free in the Lumberyard Parking Garage (just across Collings Avenue from the west entrance). There are plenty of spaces inside, and the walk back to the Market takes 3 minutes.

SITE MAP FOR SAT AUG 02
Here’s the Site Map. Notice the Peach activities at Market Headquarters. (And the Big Latch On in the Guest Vendor space at 10:30)GUEST VENDORS
Five favorites this week: Green Aisle Grocery, Market Day Canele, Sweet Freedom Bakery, Green Ford Farm’s blueberries, and Weckerly’s Ice Cream.
LIVE MUSIC
Two beloved acts play our stages this week: Trio Nova (maybe just the Duo) on the west stage; and on the east, the long-anticipated return of last year’s surprise: The White Family Band
BID VENDORS
As always, Mike DiBartolo, not David Hodges, is your contact for all questions regarding BID participation at the Market. (609) 949-3424. mikied721@gmail.com.
MARKET ACTIVITY SPACES
  • Jennifer Prasad of Marlton makes cushion covers using fun and functional fabrics. She calls her business Canary Works on Etsy. Peach events have taken over the Market Headquarters spaces, so Jennifer will set up in the Guest Vendor area.

  • Free Block Party! Fellowship Community Church will set up in the Guest Vendor area to promote their Free Block Party SUN AUG 03.
  • The Big Latch On. It’s an international event we’re playing catch-up to participate in. We have no way to know how many local mamas will appear to breastfeed their babies at 10:30, but we’ve put them on the site plan so they know they’re welcome! Tricia Burrough has created a Facebook page for the event.

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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 have to move your location any given week. Thank you.
David Hodges Market Director Collingswood Farmers’ Market 856 854-8385 Home Office 856 979-6653 Cell Phone on Market Day

Heart of the Garden WED JUL 30

Heart of the Garden WED JUL 30

Hello Vendors, Participants, and Marketeers!

WEEK 09!

Market Hours 2pm-6pm

Today, WED JUL 30, marks the 9th week of the season for the “Heart of the Garden” Farmers’ Market, co-sponsored by the Township of Pemberton and the DEBORAH Heart and Lung Center.
It’s also the third week of our special series of Family Friendly events. This week’s event: Market T-Shirt Tie-Dye for Kids! Not just a demo, participants get to customize their own free Farmers Market T-shirts. (First 100 kids!)

MARKET DAY WEATHER
Hope you like it cooler and dry! 🙂  Here’s the story according to Weather.com

NEW SITE PLAN LAYOUT
Please pay attention to the new site plan below. Instead of spreading out, let’s “circle the wagons” and create a smaller, more intimate, livelier atmosphere centered on the music stage. We’re adding some picnic tents at the “front,” and putting vendors on both sides of the lane, facing each other. I’ll need your attention and cooperation when you arrive to make the new plan work.
PURPOSE OF THIS POST
This post is not for the general public. It’s for the benefit of Market participants. We have a facebook page and are building an email list to communicate with Marketgoers. You’ll get your news here; you’ll receive weekly email with a link to a new post at this blog for announcements and the site plan for the week.
LOCATION
  • The address is 500 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, in the open field alongside the Pemberton Municipal Building.
  • An aerial photo below shows the site location across the street from the athletic fields with their baseball diamonds, just down the road from the Burlington County Community College campus (and very near the tall blue water tower).
  • A link to Google Maps for driving directions is also provided below.
  • Have my cell phone number with you: David Hodges (856) 979-6653
SCHEDULE
  • Arrive no later than 1:00pm, please.
  • Be set up and ready to sell when the Market opens at 2:00pm.
  • Stay until the Market closes at 6:00pm.
VEHICLES
  • An aerial map with arrows showing the entry plan is shown below.
  • To exit, follow the arrows backwards.
  • Drive in off Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, proceed past parking and beyond the line of cones.
  • Turn left just before the green-and-white snow fence into the field.
  • Drive directly into the Market, following the site plan, looking for white stripes drawn on the grass.
  • Park your vehicle across the back of your area inside your assigned spaces.
TENTS AND GROUNDS
  • Set up tents and tables across the front of your assigned space.
  • Bring and use tent weights or stakes for everybody’s safety.
  • The Market site is a grassy field. It should be dry tomorrow, but consider bringing a mat just in case.
FACEBOOK
  • facebook.com/HeartoftheGardenMarket
  • Total likes at the moment: 291
  • There has not been much activity on this page in recent weeks. Please feel free to post news about your farm or business to generate interest in the site.
  • You can “Check In” on facebook when you arrive to let your friends (and your boss) know you’re here.

Vendor Entry to the Market:

Entry Drive

Link to Google Maps for Driving Directions
QUESTIONS?
Leave a comment in the Reply field below OR
Email David Hodges at davidbdale@comcast.net OR
Phone David Hodges at (856) 854-8385 Home Office OR
Phone David Hodges at (856) 979-6653 Cell Phone for Market Days

Market Director