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Collingswood SAT NOV 10

David Hodges

Weather Forecast.

Sunny. Temps in the 40s. Winds picking up to 20mph by noon.


The official forecast from

Weather NOV 10

Siteplan for SAT NOV 10

We’ve invited 20 Artists and Crafters to move into the spaces vacated by early-departing farms. Things will be hectic during setup. (I’ll keep my sense of humor if you do!)

Only 2 to go! Let’s sell some Jersey Fresh!

Siteplan NOV 10C

Collingswood Foods SAT NOV 10



REVELATION CAFÉ! Local food heroes Revolution Roasters and the Constellation Collective have teamed up to form a new food-and-beverage café at the west end of the Market. Pull up a chair in their seating area and enjoy locally-roasted coffee and breakfast treats.

Villa Barone. Fresh breads and recently pizza from this Haddon Avenue Collingswood restaurant’s brick oven, sauces and prepared items from the kitchen, and the very popular zeppoles make this a must-visit table.

Sara’s Produce, by special arrangement, is the one source for produce NOT grown in New Jersey. They are mandated to bring us the “exotics” so our shoppers won’t need to go to the supermarket for an avocado or a lemon.

Guest Vendors and Special Products

Gift Box

  • Charlie’s Crepes
    —Charlie buys his sweet and savory ingredients (always a meat, always a fruit, always delicious) at the Market and whips up new concoctions every week.
  • Duker T’s Catering
    — When the weather changes, Duker puts on the soup pot and blends in the local produce. Recent weeks, he’s sold out of Cream of Crab, Potato/Leek, and Cream of Broccoli. Whatever he puts up this week will go fast. Come early!
  • Barn and Stone House Soap
    — Not just bar soap. Not just for cleansing. Stop by this for some laundry soap or handmade aromatherapy.
  • Indogrow Microgreens
    — Incredibly tasty and nutritious tiny little greens with so much flavor they’re taste components not just garnishes.
  • Green Aisle Grocery
    —Cass provide text from your “What’s Fresh!” outreach.
  • Cheese, Etc.
    —Cass provide text from your “What’s Fresh!” outreach.
  • Inspired Brews Kombucha
    —Nobody does a better job of patronizing local farms to flavor their fermented tea beverages than Inspired Brews. Bring your growler or ask for a sample pour.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Cindy and Vera will be back every week with gourmet applesauce (from Schober Sons apples!), honey-sweetened lemonade and Cindy’s pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.
  • MECHA Artisan Chocolates
    — All three Saturdays in November we’re delighted to host the hyperlocal artisan chocolates of MECHA. Your hostess/family/self deserves the very best for the holidays.

Official Market Bloggers

Susan Mauer Lynch
Yellow Room Upstairs

Squash Pocket Scone


Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs).
Squash Pocket Scone

Ricotta cheese and mascarpone; cinnamon, ginger and sugar; egg, butter and flour; and the special Market ingredient: winter squash puree from one of several farm vendors this week. Judging by the color of the filling here, we’re looking at a butternut. But you get to choose. It’s your scone! Follow the link for recipe, complete instructions, and more beautiful photographs (plus insights into the Mauer Lynch family!).

In the Dog Tent
Voorhees Animal Orphanage



Voorhees Animal Orphanage.

The wonderful people of the Voorhees Animal Orphanage will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week, sharing stories of rescuing needy animals at extreme expense. They’ll distribute the essential Official Market leash to your 4-legged companions, and introduce you to adoption possibilities. We don’t know who they’ll bring, but we’d like to meet Forest, a 9-year-old Chi mix who is absolutely adorable! He is a sweet little low-energy guy who prefers napping in the sun. His perfect home would be with a retired person and a little yard of his own. Ask about Forest and many other adoptable animals at the Dog Tent.


For the Art Lovers
Handmade Holidays



For the final three weeks of the Market (after the first of the farms have departed for the season), we celebrate local art, craft, and original handmade items sold by the hands that make them. No resale, no thrift items; these are quality juried crafts and specimen art pieces (some practical, some whimsical, all eminently giftable)!

Aimee Eckert / Relics Revisited / Jewelry

Betsy Cook / National Picnic / Clothing

Jennifer Talarico / Jennifer’s Fiber Designs / Clothing, Rugs

Anneliese Kissling / Le Petit Fox Knits / Hand Knit items

Evelyn Bonner / Evelyn Taylor Designs / Ceramics

Maria Cartwright / 222 Creations / Jewelry

Jennifer Prasad / Canary Works / Pillows

Eric Wolff / Mud and Fire / Ceramics

Michele Cole / Michele Cole Designs / Jewelry

Laura Mack & Carole Giegerich / Sweet Succulent Creations

Barry & Dixie Buck / Linen and Spoon / Handcarved Wood

Joan Prato / Joan of Art / Metal Jewelry

Jody Kovy & Michaline / Mystical Blossoms / Herbal Products

Tim Raines / Withy Windle Woodcraft / Wood

Lorraine Delphy / L’Originals / Knitted Cotton

Lisa Confora / Nature’s Energy / Ceramics

Katherine Cheetham / Select 10 / Glass

Fred Chase / Fred Chase Woodcraft / Wood

Heidi Barr / Kitchen Garden Series / Kitchen Textiles

Magdalena Boufal-Nistico / Mekunia / Leather Accessories

Small Bills and a Bathroom Key

Many of you know, but for those of you who don’t, I carry small bills for vendors who run out of singles during the Market day. For guest vendors who might not be aware, I also have a key to Perkins Art Center, a Market sponsor, the primary benefit of which, for our vendors is INDOOR PLUMBING!

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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.

Market DirectorTHANK YOU
David Hodges, Market Director
Home Office (856) 854-8385
Market Day Cell Phone (856) 979-6653


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