Forecast for SAT AUG 10
Temps in the 70s during setup, warming into the 80s. No chance of rain. Moderate humidity. Maybe the best one yet.
Official forecast for SAT AUG 10
Sunny with much milder temperatures than recent Saturdays. Nothing to note except the increasing breeziness toward noon. Tent weights required.
Site Plan for SAT AUG 10
Collingswood Foods SAT AUG 10
Collingswood Section. To emphasize our own community’s food economy, at the west end of the Market, Collingswood food businesses have their own section to promote their contributions to the Borough’s vibrant food scene.
Revolution Roasters handles the fresh-roasted beverages, while El Sitio provides fantastic Ecuadoran specialties including empanadas and Pan de Yuca (cassava cheese bread treats). Villa Barone features familiar favorite sauces, tasty zeppolis, sometimes their own fresh mozzarella. Sara’s Produce by special arrangement is the one source for produce NOT grown in New Jersey. Lost Bread Co. of Philadelphia has taken up the familiar bakery space.
Guest Vendors and Special Products
SAT AUG 10
Start your Shopping List!
- Knowhere Farm.
—They’re back with their adorable goats and the goats milk soap they provide.
- Kettle Run Farm
—Paula Middleman grows annuals and perennials in Marlton and crafts them into home decor items. Check out her space for moss-roofed birdhouses, annual wreaths, weathered wood items, and more.
- Evergreen Valley Farm Microgreens
—They grow plenty of produce at Evergreen Valley, but all they bring to the Market are their extraordinary microgreens. These tiny green powerhouses pack a nutritional and tasteful wallop.
- Red Oak Permaculture
—In addition to bringing compost—and compost worms!—plus sustainability plans and advice, the guys of Red Oak are the go-to place to lay hands on a compost bin or rain barrel. Costs are subsidized by the Borough for Collingswood residents.
- Barn and Stone House Soap.
—Not just soap, but personal grooming and even home care products, all paraben and cruelty free.
- Green Aisle Grocery
—Nut butters, shrubs, syrups, pickles, preserves, and so much more all produced in P’unk using local produce.
Official Market Bloggers
Denine Gorniak (the bicycle-chef)
Peach Pie Artistry
Denine Gorniak (the bicycle-chef). Everything’s Peachy! You’ll need to follow the link to Denine’s blog for the full story of the 2019 Peach Pie Baking Contest. Here’s a taste: “Eight judges had a peach of a time tasting all 18 pies and finding a clear consensus. This was the hardest year yet to pick a winner. So many of the pies were that good. Many could have taken home a top prize on looks alone.”
Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT AUG 10
LIVE MUSIC ON TWO STAGES FROM 9AM
MATINEE RELICS play the west stage. You’ll be intrigued by nostalgic, romantic songs you can’t quite place and others you can name at the first notes.
NO RELATION BAND (SAM AND JACQUIE) in the Collingswood Music tent. No Relation takes many shapes and sizes, but this latest duo of Sam and Jacquie is the most harmonious yet. Tunes both fresh and familiar.
For the Art Lovers SAT AUG 10
FEATURED ARTIST. Jody Thorpe & Michaline Schrade Mystical Blossoms. Herbal bath, body, and wellness. “We maintain two gardens in Cherry Hill, New Jersey that provide us with the plants that go into our body oils, soap, roller balls, tea, salves and flower essences. We also sustainably forage throughout the year.”
Bag Reduction Program
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.
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.
David Hodges, Market Director
Home Office (856) 854-8385
Market Day Cell Phone (856) 979-6653