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Collingswood SAT NOV 09

Sunny but chilly. Temps in the 30s.

Temps start in the—ahem—20s and climb to barely 40 by the closing cowbell. Fortunately the skies will be mostly sunny. Very light breezes. 

Partly Cloudy Cows


 Weather SAT NOV 09

Weather NOV 09


Siteplan for SAT NOV 09

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 3 to go! Let’s sell some Jersey Fresh!

Latest Siteplan NOV 09


Collingswood Foods SAT NOV 09

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 is back in their usual space after a couple weeks off. Lost Bread Co. of Philadelphia has taken up the familiar bakery space.


Guest Vendors and Special Products
SAT NOV 09

Applesauce NOV 09

APPLESAUCE MADE FROM WM SCHOBER SONS APPLES BY OUR SOULS SHINE

  • 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 attractive table and get yourself some laundry soap or handmade aromatherapy
  • Green Aisle Grocery
    —Pickles, nut butters, cocktail mixers, everything seasonal and (except for the nuts) locally-sourced.
  • Cheese, Etc.
    —Always new flavors featuring produce such as Wm. Schober apples and peaches, wines, beers, other local artisan food ingredients.
  • 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

Iced Applesauce Cake.

Applesauce Cake

Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs) Iced Applesauce Cake. This time of year you’ll find excellent apples at the Fruitwood Farms and the Wm Schober Sons tables. Susan suggests a crisp tart apple to make your applesauce, think Honey Crisp, Stayman Winesap, Red Delicious, and Autumn Crisp. Adding applesauce makes a moist cake and helps you reduce the fat. Find the complete recipe and instructional photos at Susan’s blog.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2019/10/19/iced-applesauce-cake/


 

No Music in November

CollsMusic

THANKS TO TED VELYKIS OF COLLINGSWOOD MUSIC

We don’t book Music for the Market in November.

Too often, even if the skies are clear, the temperatures are at odds with finger-picking, keyboard playing, vocal-cord-a-lizing, even guitar strumming. Thank you, Ted Velykis of Collingswood Music, for providing the Music Tent, acquiring our audio equipment, and booking the talent for our west stage. Thank you, Anne O’Donnell Vogelmann, for booking the Music Tent talent for more than a decade.


For the Art Lovers
Handmade Holidays

FULL for 2019

HANDMADE HOLIDAYS 2019

For the final four 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)!


THIS IS NOT THE COMPLETE LIST OF ARTISTS AND CRAFTERS.


Appearing on SAT NOV 09

Aimee Eckert / Relics Revisited / Jewelry
Jennifer Talarico / Jennifer’s Fiber Designs / Clothing, Rugs
Maria Cartwright / 222 Creations / Jewelry
Jody Kovaloski & Michaline / Mystical Blossoms / Herbal Products
Michele Cole / Michele Cole Designs / Tintype Photography
Hope Mead / Works of Hope / Ceramics
Betsy Cook / National Picnic / Clothing
Joan Prato / Joan of Art / Metal Jewelry
Tim Raines / Withy Windle Woodcraft / Wood
Lorraine Delphy / L’Originals / Knitted Cotton
Eric Wolf / Mud and Fire / Ceramics
Lorrie Veasy / Lenny Mud / Ceramics
Cindy Pisa / Cloth Accessories
Lauren Lopez / Phila Carta Prints / Local-theme items
Christopher Stadler / Calloused Hands Creations / Wood
Anneliese Kissling / Le Petit Fox Knits / Hand Knit items
Lindsay Varga / Hooked Up / Toys
Barb Thompson / SheCre8s / Silverware Upcycle
Ellen Rosenholtz / Sylvia Starlight / Toys


Small Bills and a Parking Pass

Many of you know, but for those of you who don’t, I carry small bills for vendors who run out of singles, fives, or tens during the Market day. For guest vendors who might not be aware, I also have parking passes to the Lumberyard Garage where you can park for free, with no meter, and free up a space for 10 or 15 of your customers to use during the four hours of the Market.

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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.

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

 

Collingswood SAT NOV 02

Sunny but chilly. Temps in the 40s.

Temps start in the 30s and climb to 50 by the closing cowbell. Very light breezes. 

Partly Cloudy Cows


Siteplan for SAT NOV 02

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 4 to go! Let’s sell some Jersey Fresh!

SitePlan Revised NOV 02


Collingswood Foods SAT NOV 02

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.


Guest Vendors and Special Products
SAT NOV 02

Andrew

ANDREW ERACE OF GREEN AISLE GROCERY

  • 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 attractive table and get yourself some laundry soap or handmade aromatherapy
  • Green Aisle Grocery
    —Pickles, nut butters, cocktail mixers, everything seasonal and (except for the nuts) locally-sourced.
  • Cheese, Etc.
    —Always new flavors featuring produce such as Wm. Schober apples and peaches, wines, beers, other local artisan food ingredients.
  • 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

Pancakes with Fried Apples.

Apple Pancakes

FRIED APPLE SLICES IN PANCAKES

Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs) Pancakes with Apple Slices. You’ve thought of it. Maybe you’ve tried it. Want a simple and fool-proof technique for frying apple slices as a side dish for chicken or pork cutlets? Maybe as a tasty addition to your weekend pancake feast? Susan got her apples at Schober’s table, others at Fruitwood Farms, and her butter at Hillacres Pride. (Of course there’s butter!) Follow the link for photos and the recipe.

Follow the link https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2019/10/16/fried-apple-slices/


In the Dog Tent
French Bulldog Rescue Network.

Pumpkin

The wonderful people of FBRN will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week, sharing remarkable stories of rescuing truly needy dogs from the brink of disaster at extreme expense. They’ll distribute the essential Official Market leash to your 4-legged companions and introduce you to adoption possibilities. 


No Music in November

CollsMusic

THANKS TO TED VELYKIS OF COLLINGSWOOD MUSIC

We don’t book Music for the Market in November.

Too often, even if the skies are clear, the temperatures are at odds with finger-picking, keyboard playing, vocal-cord-a-lizing, even guitar strumming. Thank you, Ted Velykis of Collingswood Music, for providing the Music Tent, acquiring our audio equipment, and booking the talent for our west stage. Thank you, Anne O’Donnell Vogelmann, for booking the Music Tent talent for more than a decade.


For the Art Lovers
Handmade Holidays

FULL for 2019

HANDMADE HOLIDAYS 2019

For the final four 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)!

BOOKED FOR SAT NOV 02

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
Michele Cole / Michele Cole Designs / Tintype Photography
Joan Prato / Joan of Art / Metal Jewelry
Jody Kovaloski & Michaline / Mystical Blossoms / Herbal Products
Tim Raines / Withy Windle Woodcraft / Wood
Lorraine Delphy / L’Originals / Knitted Cotton
Sophy DiPinto / Book Grrl Bindery / Items made from old books
Margeaux Bernhard / Proud Mary Designs / Polymer Clay Earrings
Lorrie Veasy / Lenny Mud / Ceramics
Jessica Hale / The Darline Bower / Paper and Fabric Goods
Paige Sullivan / Christine Shirley Designs / Clothing
Alesha Parekh / Henna by Ash / Henna Products
Lori Kerfren / Entactogen / Dolls, Handsewn Items
Teresa Ballas / Cailini Crafts / Upcycled Items


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


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.

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

 

Handmade Holidays 2019

Hello, Vendors, Artists, Crafters, Food Artisans, and Friends of the Market!

Text me immediately.
Please.

I need to know you’ve received your email and have seen this page.

  • Text me your name.
  • Confirm that you have found your location for all four weeks.
  • Confirm that you understand the procedures for Market day.
  • ASK ME QUESTIONS NOW instead of Saturday morning.

Thank you.


Handmade Holidays

Welcome Artists and Crafters. We’re delighted to host you for the 2019 Handmade Holidays event at the Collingswood Farmers’ Market.

Whether you’re a Market veteran or a Market rookie, these instructions will help insure a smooth arrival and setup during what can be a hectic hour. You’ll be moving into a Market that is already well established, joining dozens of vendors with their own customary locations, setup procedures, and traffic patterns.

Do not assume that you can arrive when you like and drive into the Market to set up. Take it easy, stay aware, and remember you are a guest.

Site Plans for All 4 Saturdays

Study your location

  • Below you will find siteplans for ALL 4 November Saturdays.
  • If you’re booked for more than one Saturday, except for a VERY FEW vendors, you will not have to change locations after your first appearance.
Arrive very early

  • The first farm vendors arrive at 6am. You are welcome to arrive with them.
  • Arrive no later than 7am. You need to be ready to sell at 8am.
  • David will be on site wearing red sweatshirt and/or jacket and a Market cap.
  • Find David or text him to let him know you’ve arrived.
  • Text, don’t call, (856) 979-6653
  • You’re in his phone, so he’ll know who’s texting.

If you’re on the “Speedline side” of the Market (spaces 50-89)

  • STOP
  • Stop at the west entrance to the Market.
  • DO NOT proceed directly to your space and put up a tent.
  • David will guide you to your space when the traffic permits.
  • You will have at most 15 minutes to unload your gear and remove your vehicle from the Market.

If you’re on the North side of the Market (spaces 1-49)

  • DO NOT drive into the Market at all.
  • You’ll park briefly alongside the parking meters on the north side to unload.

Don’t park in a valuable parking space.
Leave all nearby spaces for your customers.

  • David will have Vendor Parking Passes for you
  • Park in the Lumberyard Garage for free
  • Saving spaces for shoppers means more of them will visit your tent and table.

Have the latest plan with you

  • This blog is easy to bring on your smartphone.
  • The site plan is subject to change.
  • The latest version is always live at the blog.
  • If you bring a printed copy of your plan, it might not be current.
Carry my number

  • Don’t be late, but text ahead if you’re going to be late.
  • (856) 979-6653.
  • If you must call instead of texting, please remember, when I answer, I will be busy with someone who’s on time.
  • Remain patient.

Drive the right direction

  • Traffic is ONE WAY, west to east.
  • The top of the site plan is the entrance.
  • Spaces 50-89 wait for David to escort your car.
  • Spaces 1-49 do not drive into the Market.
  • Spaces 1-49 load from the “parking meter” side of the space

Look for the green numbers

  • Market space numbers are marked with green paint on the pavement.
  • Market spaces are parking space dimensions, 10 feet wide by 16 feet deep.
  • Under the Speedline, we follow the diagonal parking space lines.
  • On the north side, we “square off” the diagonals.
Bring your own tables and tents

  • The Market provides space only.
  • Bring your own tables and tents.
  • November can be windy; tents require weights for safety.
  • Plan your displays so that your products don’t fall or blow away.

Unload quickly

  • The “drive” down the middle gets very congested.
  • At most, you have 15 minutes to unload.
  • Stay to the side to permit others to pass.
  • Don’t even think about parking your vehicle in your space.
  • Get a free Vendor Parking Pass from David.
  • If you take a prime parking spot for four hours, customers can’t use it.

Be a good neighbor

  • The Market is a wonderful community of vendors who cooperate.

Siteplans for all 4 Saturdays

Please be sure you’re looking at the right plan.


Site Plan for SAT NOV 02

ARTISTS AND CRAFTERS ARE IN GREEN

SitePlan Revised NOV 02


Site Plan for SAT NOV 09

ARTISTS AND CRAFTERS ARE IN GREEN

Latest Siteplan NOV 09


Site Plan for SAT NOV 16

ARTISTS AND CRAFTERS ARE IN GREEN

NOV 16 Dog Tent


Site Plan for SAT NOV 23

ARTISTS AND CRAFTERS ARE IN GREEN

Moved Entactogen NOV 23


Small Bills and a Parking Pass

Many of you know, but for those of you who don’t, I carry small bills for vendors who run out of singles, fives, and tens during the Market day. For guest vendors who might not be aware, I also provide parking passes to the Lumberyard Garage so we can keep nearby parking spaces available for your customers!

Man holding tiny dollar bills

Location

The Market is not a permanent structure with a street address. It’s a section of pavement between Haddon Avenue and the High-Speed PATCO train to Philadelphia known as the Speedline. It sets up Saturday mornings from the first of May until the Saturday before Thanksgiving, from 8am until noon, and by 2pm the only way to identify the location is by the sponsor banners flying from the utility poles.

Outdoor Scene

Using Google Maps?

For mapping purposes, use 713 North Atlantic Avenue, Collingswood as an address. That’s actually the Collingswood Police Station, but it’s the closest named building.

LINK TO GOOGLE MAPS

collsmap

The market is located in Collingswood’s flourishing downtown business district, situated only 10 minutes from Center City Philadelphia by car and by PATCO Hi-Speedline.

The Towers. Once you get close, the Market can be found easily by looking up—for 2 water towers. The Market occupies the parking lot near the base of the two blue water towers in the center of town.

Towers

Near Directions

  • If you enter town on Haddon Avenue, turn right onto Collings Avenue at the traffic light in the middle of town, then left into the entrance to the Community Center just before you reach the Speedline.
  • If you enter town on Collings Avenue, make a right turn into the entrance to the Community Center, just after coming under the Speedline.
  • If you enter town on PATCO, exit the turnstiles and head left, which is west, in the direction of Philadelphia. Walk along the PATCO tracks for about a block and a half and you will see the Market.

From the Ben Franklin Bridge

You will take Admiral Wilson Blvd. (30/676) to 30/130 south (the PUB is a landmark at the ramp)

Go thru the light at the Cooper River Golf driving range, past cemetery, and keep an eye to your right for a Dunkin Donuts.

Make the right at the Dunkin Donuts corner onto Haddon Ave, BUT keep right to jughandle around UNDER 130 and up onto Haddon Ave into Collingswood. (There is a sign “Welcome to Collingswood”)

Drive through first light (Browning Rd. intersection). At second light (Collings Avenue), turn right. You’re practically there.

Turn right onto Collings Avenue and turn left into the Community Center (past the fire hall). Stay to the right and follow the traffic or park immediately.

Look up. You’ll see two blue water towers. The Market is in the same lot.

This should be about 7 minutes drive from Ben Franklin in Saturday morning traffic.

Parking

  • PATCO Collingswood Station parking along Atlantic Ave. extends right up to the Irvin Avenue entrance of the Market and is ample and free.
  • Free street parking along the Market section of Atlantic Avenue and neighboring streets.
  • Free parking in lots just north of the Market both west and east of the Police station.
  • Kiosk and meter parking along Haddon Avenue.
  • Kiosk parking in the Lumberyard Garage on Collings Avenue across from the Community Center.

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.

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

 

Collingswood SAT OCT 26

Forecast for SAT OCT 26

Cloudy cows.

Cloudy Cows


Official forecast for SAT OCT 26

Weather OCT 26

Crisp and Cool Market weather. Cloudy but no chance of rain. Mild breezes. Chilly, yes, but that’s great for the produce, cheese, and meat. (Consider it a morning in the Crisper section.)


Site Plan for SAT OCT 26Siteplan OCT 26


Collingswood Foods SAT OCT 26

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.

Bread.

HARD BAKED ARTISAN LOAVES FROM LOST BREAD

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 is off for two more weeks until SAT NOV 11. Lost Bread Co. of Philadelphia has taken up the familiar bakery space.


Guest Vendors and Special Products
SAT OCT 26

Microgreens

Start your Shopping List!

  • Barn and Stone House Soap
    Pamper yourself (or someone you love) with elegant, vegan, cruelty-free handmade soaps.
  • Daniela’s Heavenly Cakes
    Quick bite baked snacks and more elaborate treats to take home and share.
  • Headquarters Lamb Farm
    Pastured lamb and pelts from our very own shepherd, Roger Byrom (from the Lake District of England) now of Stockton NJ.
  • MECHA Artisan Chocolates
    —Yes, you can visit their Haddonfield store, but we’ve saved you the trip.
  • Cheese Etc.
    —Spreads with local produce.
  • boheme foods
    —Local produce converted to fine foods.
  • Evergreen Valley Acres Farm
    —Tasty and super-nutritious microgreens.
  • Sew Bee It
    —Beeswax food wraps. Colorful, washable, reusable; the perfect alternative to plastic wraps.

Official Market Bloggers

Denine Gorniak (the bicycle-chef)
Minestrone Soup in the Instant Pot

Minestrone

Denine Gorniak (the bicycle-chef). Minestrone Soup in the Instant Pot. In about an hour, Denine prepped a trove of vegetables she found at the Market: carrots, celery, onions, garlic, then peppers and squash, potatoes, late tomatoes, maybe some pumpkin. Follow the link to her blog for instructions on how to produce this hearty soup in an instant pot, pressure cooker, or smart cooker.

http://www.thebicycle-chef.com/2019/10/minestrone-soup-in-instant-pot.html


Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs)
Sous Vide

Sous Vide

Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs). Sous Vide. This week’s food blog post is about an appliance. Susan says, “In the two weeks that I’ve had this new gadget I have sous vide six different items that were all purchased at my favorite Collingswood Farmers’ Market.  And all were great successes!” Everything from poached eggs and potatoes to filet mignon came from Savoie Organic or Hillacres Pride. Click through to Yellow Room Upstairs to see photos and recipes.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2019/10/06/sous-vide/


Music SAT OCT 26

Live Music on two stages from 9am

Trio Nova Barry

Market favorites Trio Nova Duo play the Collingswood Music Tent this week. They put the bossa in the nova. Meanwhile, on the west stage below PATCO, guitar hero and self-proclaimed jive turkey Barry Hollander will rock the joint.


For the Art Lovers
SAT OCT 26

Custom Quilt

FEATURED ARTIST. Rickie Roberts, New Art Custom Quilts. Quilts, Custom Quilts, Baby Quilts, Wall Hanging Quilts. 

https://www.facebook.com/rickie.roberts.148


Bag Reduction Program

4 by 3 for Blast


FULL for 2019


Small Bills 

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.

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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.


New to the Market?

General information about the Market, driving directions and Market locator, plus lots of details about our programs, vendor list, and policies, are available at our website.

Map

Collingswood Farmers’ Market Website


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

 

Collingswood Market Lunch 2019

Lunch 2019 A1

Lunch 2019 B

Location

El Sitio, at the corner of Haddon and Washington Avenues, downtown Collingswood

Questions?

MarketLunch@davidhodges.com

Collingswood SAT OCT 19

Forecast for SAT OCT 19

Happy cows.

Partly Cloudy Cows


Official forecast for SAT OCT 19

Weather OCT 19

Terrific fall Market weather. Sunny and bright with no chance of rain. Admittedly chilly, but that’s great for the produce, cheese, and meat. (Consider it a morning in the Crisper section.)


Site Plan for SAT OCT 19SitePlan2


Collingswood Foods SAT OCT 19

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.

Bread.

HARD BAKED ARTISAN LOAVES FROM LOST BREAD

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 OCT 19

Twists

MELT-IN-YOUR-MOUTH TWISTS FROM DANIELA’S HEAVENLY CAKES

Start your Shopping List!

  • Barn and Stone House Soap
    Pamper yourself (or someone you love) with elegant, vegan, cruelty-free handmade soaps.
  • Daniela’s Heavenly Cakes
    Quick bite baked snacks and more elaborate treats to take home and share.
  • Headquarters Lamb Farm
    Pastured lamb and pelts from our very own shepherd, Roger Byrom (from the Lake District of England) now of Stockton NJ.
  • MECHA Artisan Chocolates
    —Yes, you can visit their Haddonfield store, but we’ve saved you the trip.
  • Cheese Etc.
    —Spreads with local produce.
  • Green Aisle Grocery
    —Local produce converted to fine foods, like this week’s almond pear butter.
  • 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.

 

Official Market Bloggers

Denine Gorniak (the bicycle-chef)
Apple Pie Contest 2019

Apple Pie 2019

Denine Gorniak (the bicycle-chef). Apple Pie Contest 2019. We’ve come to expect Denine not only to do the hard work of tasting and evaluating a dozen or more pies as an official Market Pie Judge, but then to photograph, chronicle, and describe them all in mouth-watering detail on her food blog the following week. Click through to the bicycle-chef to see this year’s sensational entries.

http://www.thebicycle-chef.com/2019/10/2019-collingswood-farmers-market-apple.html 


Music SAT OCT 19

Live Music on two stages from 9am

Heart & Soul

Market favorites the Matinee Relics play the Collingswood Music Tent this week. You’ll be intrigued by nostalgic, romantic songs you can’t quite place and others you can name at the first notes. Meanwhile, on the west stage below PATCO, Greg and Wendy D’Agostino, who perform at South Jersey venues as Heart & Soul, will appear for the first time this week.


For the Art Lovers
SAT OCT 19

Cheese Board

FEATURED ARTIST. Timothy Raines, Withywindle Woodcraft. Tim is a local artisan handcrafting all forms of woodwork. That’s the bio he provided, but it doesn’t begin to describe the beauty of the items he produces or how respectfully he honors the materials he employs.

https://www.facebook.com/withywindlewoodcraft/

 


Bag Reduction Program

4 by 3 for Blast


FULL for 2019


Small Bills 

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.

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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.


New to the Market?

General information about the Market, driving directions and Market locator, plus lots of details about our programs, vendor list, and policies, are available at our website.

Map

Collingswood Farmers’ Market Website


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

 

Collingswood SAT OCT 12

Forecast for SAT OCT 12

Happy cows.

Partly Cloudy Cows


Official forecast for SAT OCT 12

Weather OCT 10

Terrific fall Market weather. Sunny and bright with no chance of rain.


Site Plan for SAT OCT 12Siteplan OCT 12


Collingswood Foods SAT OCT 12

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.

Bread.

HARD BAKED ARTISAN LOAVES FROM LOST BREAD

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 OCT 12

Twists

MELT-IN-YOUR-MOUTH TWISTS FROM DANIELA’S HEAVENLY CAKES

Start your Shopping List!

  • boheme foods
    Check out dozens of ways to process and preserve local produce in jars as krauts, jams, syrups, shrubs, condiments, spreads, you name it.
  • Barn and Stone House Soap
    Pamper yourself (or someone you love) with elegant, vegan, cruelty-free handmade soaps.
  • Daniela’s Heavenly Cakes
    Quick bite baked snacks and more elaborate treats to take home and share.
  • Pooch and Pawsome
    Pet biscuits and treats so clean and pure they’re safe and edible for humans.
  • SEW BEE IT
    Colorful and practical beeswax food wraps. A wonderful way to eliminate the need for single-use plastic.
  • Headquarters Lamb Farm
    Pastured lamb and pelts from our very own shepherd, Roger Byrom (from the Lake District of England) now of Stockton NJ.
  • MECHA Artisan Chocolates
    —Yes, you can visit their Haddonfield store, but we’ve saved you the trip.
  • 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.

Special Events

Soil Tests

Soil tests for around $20 plus postage, mail away for results.
Or instant result pH tests for just $1.


Official Market Bloggers

Lisa Grant (Jersey Girl Cooks)
Apple Ricotta Galette

Apple Galette

Lisa Grant (Jersey Girl Cooks). Apple Ricotta Almond Galette. Lisa bought some beautiful crisp Empire apples for baking, a good combination of sweet and tart, from the Wm Schober Sons table. Pick up some apple butter from Fruitwood Farms (also available this week at the boheme foods table, check out Hillacres Pride if you want to add ricotta cheese to the recipe, and you’ve got what you need produce-wise! Follow the link to Lisa’s blog for the details.

Apple Galette with Ricotta and Almonds


Music SAT OCT 12

Live Music on two stages from 9am

Monko Posterized

MONKO! Kevin Monko and his rotating band of merry musicians will command the Music Tent this week, while on the west stage beneath PATCO we have the rare treat of hosting the bluegrass sounds of the Lonesome Turnpike Ramblers.


For the Art Lovers
SAT OCT 12

Dollhouse Purse

FEATURED ARTIST. Ellen Rosenholtz, Sylvia Starlight Toys. Always intriguing and whimsical, Ellen calls her creations, like this fabric dollhouse/purse, toys for a bright imagination.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/sylviastarlight


For the Animal Lovers SAT OCT 12

Voorhees Animal Orphanage

Travis

ADORABLE ADOPTABLE TRAVIS

The wonderful people of Voorhees Animal Orphanage will staff the Dog Tent for us this week, distribute the Official Market leash to your 4-legged companion, and introduce you to adoption possibilities, maybe even 4-month-old Travis.


 

Bag Reduction Program

4 by 3 for Blast


FULL for 2019


Small Bills 

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.

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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.


New to the Market?

General information about the Market, driving directions and Market locator, plus lots of details about our programs, vendor list, and policies, are available at our website.

Map

Collingswood Farmers’ Market Website


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

 

Mount Holly THU OCT 10

Week 18 of the 2019 Season

THU OCT 10

The Final Market for 2019


Today’s Weather

PARTLY CLOUDY MEANS MOSTLY SUNNY. But watch out for those 15 MPH winds. Unless your setup is a truck with a metal awning, we’ll be insisting that you use tent weights to keep yourself stable.

Cows in Sun


WEATHER THU OCT 10

Weather OCT 10

Mostly sunny and no chance of rain, but double-digit breezes make TENT WEIGHTS essential and mandatory. We can’t take the chance of overturned tents.


 

SITE PLAN THU OCT 10

10 OCT 10


Weather Policy

Weather Policy with Type and Logo


In the Music Tent

Rauch Poster

BRIAN RAUCH. You know him from his work with the Raising River Band. Or for his banjo picking style. (Or because you remember his earlier appearances at the Market in June and July.) We’re delighted to have him back for our final Market of the season.


This Week:
A few changes to last week’s siteplan.

  • Look for the second appearance of our new farm, The Shepherd’s Pasture. Last week’s favorite new vendor-mascot, Pistaschio the goat, was a big hit.
  • Our Opening Day artist Ann Fetterolf is back with her Enchanting Chains.
  • Cindy from Our Souls Shine will be back with tales of her adventures in Disney World.
  • Vincent’s Ice Cream will help us mark the end of the season with pre-packed ice cream from his High Street creamery.
  • Pinelands Music and Basketry is certainly welcome but not yet committed from the Mill Race Village.
  • Main Street Mount Holly will attend with new reusable Market bags for our shoppers.
  • McGregor Farm is back with farm-baked pies and their local produce.
  • Robin’s Nest will finish out the season with their soups, quiche, desserts.
  • We’re making room for the Fabulous Fig truck, for Specca’s Pick Your Own, and for Breaking Grounds coffee, but at this point, that’s just wishful thinking.

Market Bags


Load In

ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 2PM. THE ONLY ENTRANCE IS FROM HIGH STREET.
15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT FOR UNLOADING IN THE MARKET.

As you can see, the space is tight for the number of vendors, and getting in and out of our spaces will require planning and patience. Unless you have permission to park a vehicle inside the Market, you’ll have to drive carefully to your spot, unload VERY QUICKLY, then EXIT THE MARKET with your vehicle and set up when you return.


Click here for driving directions.

You can use (and tell your new customers to use) 2 High Street Mount Holly NJ
as a destination for mapping programs.


Contracts and Fees

Those of you who have not submitted your Application/Contract paperwork need to comply to remain active at the Market and to take advantage of the Fee Rebate Program.

Download the Application from the Mount Holly Contracts link at the top of this website. Complete the app in Word, in PDF, or on paper, and send it to Sean Kennedy, whose name and address are on the first page of the contract package.

FEE REBATE PROGRAM

Prepay your dates to qualify for Fee Rebates. Earn a full 100% rebate for table fees for every Market you attend. Prepay for 10 dates (for example), attend those 10 dates, and you’ll be refunded 100% of your fees at the end of the season.

DAY PAY VENDORS

Afraid of commitment? You can pay on Market day. The Market Director will have receipts for day-pay vendors who prefer the flexibility of paying when they attend, but no rebates can be earned without prepaid dates.


Facebook Promotion

We were very visible on Facebook last week. Not so much this week. If anybody wants to help keep us in front of the local shopping public, let David know you want to lend a hand. Click the link to see what we’ve been up to.

fb lobo


Website

The Township  produced a sharp-looking website for our shoppers who think facebook is evil.

http://www.MountHollyNJFarmersMarket.com 

Let David know if you want to be on the Featured Vendors’ list for THU JUL 18. We welcome all our vendors to provide us with information about their farms and foods. Shoppers appreciate knowing more about you.

Featured JUL 04


Future Updates

Check back in to this space often. You don’t need to follow a link. Just navigate to http://www.FarmMarketeer.com 


Small Bills 

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.

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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

mthollymarket@davidhodges.com

 

Collingswood SAT OCT 05

Forecast for SAT OCT 05

Happy cows.

Partly Cloudy Cows


Official forecast for SAT OCT 05

Weather OCT 05

Terrific fall Market weather. Sunny and bright from cowbell to cowbell.


Site Plan for SAT OCT 05Siteplan OCT 05


Collingswood Foods SAT OCT 05

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.

Bread.

HARD BAKED ARTISAN LOAVES FROM LOST BREAD

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 OCT 05

Herb Soap

HERB SOAP FROM BARN AND STONE HOUSE SOAP

Start your Shopping List!

  • Barn and Stone House Soap
    Pamper yourself (or someone you love) with elegant, vegan, cruelty-free handmade soaps.

Special Events

VOTER REGISTRATION

Image result for register to vote

Collingswood Democrats will be onsite to make sure everybody has a chance to register to vote in EVERY election,

 


Official Market Bloggers

Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs)
Mashed Potato Pancakes

Potato Pancakes

Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs). Mashed Potatoes (and Pancakes). Used to be (though we might pronounce the word differently), potatoes were potatoes. Now, of course, we know that different potatoes yield better results for different uses. Susan makes her selections from the several varieties at Savoie Organic’s table this week and uses some magical crumbs to create perfect panko-crusted potato pancakes. Follow the link for photos and the recipe.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2019/09/17/mashed-potatoes-and-mashed-potato-pancakes/


Music SAT OCT 05

Live Music on two stages from 9am

CamilleAndDave

CAMILLE PERUTO makes a rare and welcome appearance under the Music Tent near Perkins. Don’t miss her. The winter will be long.  THE INCOMPARABLE DAVE KELLY on the west stage under PATCO making stringed things sing.


For the Art Lovers
SAT OCT 05

Tassel

FEATURED ARTIST. Victoria Kelly, Tassel and Fringe. Macrame as wall art. Macrame as body art. Macrame unleashed.


For the Animal Lovers SEP 28

AWANJ Animal Welfare Assn

Trooper

The wonderful people of AWANJ will staff the Dog Tent for us this week, distribute the Official Market leash to your 4-legged companion, and introduce you to adoption possibilities.


Special Guest
New Jersey Beekeepers (Mid-State Chapter)

Bees

FIRST TIME AT THE MARKET.
The New Jersey Beekeepers Association (Mid-State Chapter) will join us Saturday!

They’ll be selling raw blueberry honey made by bees who were charged with the duty of pollinating blueberry fields in Hammonton, NJ. This is not blueberry infused honey—it gets its subtle blueberry flavor from the natural pollination and nectar gathering process.

What to expect:
“We will have some other regional NJ honey to taste so people can get an idea of how the honey flavor changes based on the kinds of local flower nectar the bees forage. We’ll also have information about seasonal plants and trees that feed bees and other pollinators throughout the year. We will have hive equipment, natural beeswax, a fresh frame of honey, examples of DIY items using beeswax, propolis & honey with handouts of recipes & ‘how-to’s’ and lots of things for kids to look at, taste, smell, touch and as well as educational coloring pages to take home.”


Bag Reduction Program

4 by 3 for Blast


FULL for 2019


Small Bills 

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.

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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.


New to the Market?

General information about the Market, driving directions and Market locator, plus lots of details about our programs, vendor list, and policies, are available at our website.

Map

Collingswood Farmers’ Market Website


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

 

Mount Holly THU OCT 03

Week 17 of the 2019 Season

THU OCT 03


Today’s Weather

SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE: The forecast has been improving over the past few days. Showers are certainly possible, but our personalities will remain sunny.

WEATHER THU OCT 03

Weather OCT 03

Looks like showers this morning, but the forecast actually improves for the afternoon and evening hours.

Weather Detail


SITE PLAN THU OCT 03

10 OCT 03


Special Promotion: Free Money

Coupon 1st Proof Color

How the Promotion will work:

  1. The Market is investing $500 to bring 100 shoppers to the Market at a cost of $5 each.
  2. The Promotion will not cost vendors anything.
  3. Cards will be distributed to shoppers at the Entrance.
  4. Vendors will accept the coupons as Cash, worth $5 each.
  5. Cards will be redeemed at the end of the day for cash.

How you can help:

  • On the back of each card, please record the dollar amount of the purchase to which the card was applied.
  • Read the fine print.
  • One card per purchase.
    • Don’t accept two cards combined for $10 on one transaction.
  • Don’t give change in cash.
  • Hold your cards until the end of the day for redemption.
    • Sean Kennedy will have 100 5-dollar bills.

Weather Policy

Weather Policy with Type and Logo


In the Music Tent

222 Mannix Duo

JIMMY MANNIX (WITH ZUFF)


This Week:
A few changes to last week’s siteplan.

  • We’ll have a tent at the entrance to handle the Special Market Free Money promotion.
  • We’re expecting a new farm: The Shepherd’s Pasture.
  • Our Opening Day artist Ann Fetterolf is back with her Enchanting Chains.
  • Cindy from Our Souls Shine is in Disney World with Vera. She’ll b
  • Pinelands Music and Basketry will join us from the Mill Race Village.
  • Main Street Mount Holly will attend with new reusable Market bags for our shoppers.
  • McGregor Farm is back with farm-baked pies and their local produce.
  • Hoping for a return visit from Robin’s Nest (though it wasn’t on their original schedule).

Market Bags


Load In

ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 2PM. THE ONLY ENTRANCE IS FROM HIGH STREET.
15 MINUTE TIME LIMIT FOR UNLOADING IN THE MARKET.

As you can see, the space is tight for the number of vendors, and getting in and out of our spaces will require planning and patience. Unless you have permission to park a vehicle inside the Market, you’ll have to drive carefully to your spot, unload VERY QUICKLY, then EXIT THE MARKET with your vehicle and set up when you return.


Click here for driving directions.

You can use (and tell your new customers to use) 2 High Street Mount Holly NJ
as a destination for mapping programs.


Contracts and Fees

Those of you who have not submitted your Application/Contract paperwork need to comply to remain active at the Market and to take advantage of the Fee Rebate Program.

Download the Application from the Mount Holly Contracts link at the top of this website. Complete the app in Word, in PDF, or on paper, and send it to Sean Kennedy, whose name and address are on the first page of the contract package.

FEE REBATE PROGRAM

Prepay your dates to qualify for Fee Rebates. Earn a full 100% rebate for table fees for every Market you attend. Prepay for 10 dates (for example), attend those 10 dates, and you’ll be refunded 100% of your fees at the end of the season.

DAY PAY VENDORS

Afraid of commitment? You can pay on Market day. The Market Director will have receipts for day-pay vendors who prefer the flexibility of paying when they attend, but no rebates can be earned without prepaid dates.


Facebook Promotion

We were very visible on Facebook last week. Not so much this week. If anybody wants to help keep us in front of the local shopping public, let David know you want to lend a hand. Click the link to see what we’ve been up to.

fb lobo


Website

The Township  produced a sharp-looking website for our shoppers who think facebook is evil.

http://www.MountHollyNJFarmersMarket.com 

Let David know if you want to be on the Featured Vendors’ list for THU JUL 18. We welcome all our vendors to provide us with information about their farms and foods. Shoppers appreciate knowing more about you.

Featured JUL 04


Future Updates

Check back in to this space often. You don’t need to follow a link. Just navigate to http://www.FarmMarketeer.com 


Small Bills 

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.

Man holding tiny dollar bills


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

mthollymarket@davidhodges.com