THU AUG 19
Most returning vendors will find themselves in the same location, but we have enough space to be flexible, so if what you see on the site plan does not suit your needs, please speak up.
If you don’t find yourself on the site plan, please let me know immediately. If you do find your location, take note of where it is relative to the only entrance so you’ll know approximately where to go when you arrive.
ARRIVE BY 2PM to give yourself time to set up.
We need to close the Market to Vehicle Traffic
before the entrance opens at 3pm.
Look for David to guide you to your location. You may park your vehicle directly adjacent to your tent location and leave it in the Market for the evening. Don’t set up until he has confirmed your spot. We have plenty of space in the parking lot for our own vendor vehicles, so EVERYONE can drive in and leave trucks, vans, trailers in your own retail space! No customers will drive into the Market.
Click here for driving directions.
This is the police station at 23 Washington Street. The Market operates in the Municipal Parking Lot BEHIND the police station. Look for directional signs at the intersection.
Directional signs near the Market.
Forecasts have been dire for today, so this is a good time to review our Weather Policy.
Highlights for THU AUG 19
Highlight images such as this one for appear on facebook (and sometimes on our website) in the week leading up to every Market. Want to be featured? Provide David with images of yourself or your product (your table setup or your crops in the field, or anything in between). Or suffer with whatever choices he makes.
Contracts and Fees
FEE REBATE PROGRAM
DAY PAY VENDORS
Among others, these images appeared on facebook in the week leading up to Opening Day.
The Township produced a sharp-looking website for our shoppers who think facebook is evil.
Lauren Schiavo and her team have joined our Marketing effort. She’s a powerhouse and very easy to work with. I recommend you take advantage of her passion for the Farmers’ Market by providing her with any news you have about your farms, your products, your story.
Among other contributions to our marketing effort, Lauren produces “Featured Vendors” images and text for the website. A recent sample:
Check back in to this space often. You don’t need to follow a link. Just navigate to http://www.FarmMarketeer.com;
PLEASE ARRIVE AT THE MARKET WITH SMALL BILLS TO MAKE CHANGE.
However, when you run out of singles (and sometimes fives), check with David, who brings a batch to bail you out.