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Collingswood SAT OCT 20

Cloudy, small chance of showers.

Temps get to the 60s by noon as the breeze picks up into double digits. Cool and seasonal with a small chance of showers early. So . . . October.

Wet Cows


The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather OCT 20


Siteplan for SAT OCT 20

Lots of space in the Market this week as we lose farms and haven’t started to replace them with crafters and artists.

Feels like fall. Let’s sell some Jersey Fresh!

10 OCT 20 Space


Collingswood Foods SAT OCT 20

pizza

PIZZA FROM VILLA BARONE

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
SAT OCT 20

ricotta

FRESH RICOTTA FROM GREEN AISLE GROCERY

  • Green Aisle Grocery
    —In addition to their usual array of pickles and preserved items, nut butters, mixers, and so much more, this week we’ve seen the preparations for fresh ricotta.
  • Indogrow Farm
    —We usually see them every other week with their tender little shoots of incredibly flavorful microgreens. They were absent last week, supplying their new restaurant customers, so look for them back in their usual location this Saturday.
  • 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. Last week’s Cream of Crab sold out so fast he might have to bring it back again this week. Whatever it is, come early.
  • Woof and Whiskers
    —Read the list of ingredients and you’ll understand this is a pet treat you could safely share with your dog (not that we’re saying you should). But if you’re tempted, the chicken and sweet potato biscuit is pretty tasty.
  • Carnivore Corner
    —The meat-lover’s end is at full strength. Roger Byrom is bringing choice cuts of lamb from Headquarters Farm, Woods Edge Wools has been sending frozen yak. We’ve got the bison from Buck Wild Bison, and Nature’s Own Farm checks in with their own pastured pork, chicken, and beef. Look for lamb and alpaca pelt and wool garments too. It’s that time of year!
  • 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.
  • 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 this week and most weeks until Thanksgiving with Cindy’s gourmet applesauce (from Schober Sons apples!), honey-sweetened lemonade and Cindy’s pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.

Official Market Bloggers
Tasty Temptations

Vendors

PARTIAL VENDOR GALLERY

Tasty Temptations. We highly recommend you click through to the facebook page for Tasty Temptations, our official Market Blogger whose specialty—USUALLY—is to shop several Market vendors and share photos of her Market “finds” for the week, then cook with them and share them again. This week, she’s focusing on several of those very vendors in a lovely series of posts that are invariably sunny and warm (even though shot on less-than-sunny occasions) Follow the link to start your tour. You’ll think it’s Saturday already!

https://www.facebook.com/JSOcooks/

Susan Mauer Lynch
Yellow Room Upstairs

Applesauce Cake

APPLESAUCE LOAF TO SHARE

Susan Mauer Lynch. Applesauce Loaf to Share.

We are so lucky to have two extraordinary orchards providing apple varieties to the Market. Add to that our fortuitous relationship with food blogger Susan Mauer Lynch who cherishes all our vendors, knows just what to do with her Jersey Fresh, and—most important!—loves to share what she knows. Susan bought her apples at Fruitwood Farms and Wm. Schober Sons, used them to make her own applesauce, then turned out this scrumptious cake. Best of all . . . she shares! Follow the link for the recipe.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2018/10/17/applesauce-loaf-to-share/

Denine Gorniak
The Bicycle-chef

2018 Apple

Denine Gorniak (The Bicycle-chef). We’d probably still hold our pie contests if Denine were unavailable to judge, photograph, and chronicle them, but it wouldn’t be the same. We’d miss her detailed notes on the charms of the individual entries, her mouth-watering photographs of the pies (and their bakers), and her always complimentary commentary on the entries and their entrants. Follow the link to see all the pies in their full-size glory, pictures of the winners receiving their prizes, and Denine’s intrepid reporting on the details of the competition.

http://www.thebicycle-chef.com/2018/10/collingswood-farmers-market-apple-pie.html


For the Animal Lovers
Paw it 4ward

Paul

SUPER COOL ADOPTABLE PAUL

Animal Welfare Agency of New Jersey (AWANJ)

The wonderful people of AWANJ 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. We don’t make promises, but we’re hoping to meet Paul, a 2-and-a-half-year-old pointer mix who, with a bundle of energy, considers himself “the life of the party.” Come and meet the AWANJ team, and perhaps a new member of the family, at the Dog Tent.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT OCT 13

Relics and Sam

Last Chance to Catch two Collingswood Favorites.

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. Matinee Relics.  Small accordion, big guitar. Regina Baker and Kevin Sullivan are “two separate people who share one affection for old jazz music, standards, beautifully-written-but-decades-forgotten songs, and Manouche-style swing.” They’re also a heckuva good time . . . AND this is your last chance to catch their act at the Market this season. Don’t miss it.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Sam Caruso. Pop classics and sing-along favorite pop songs make every appearance by local legend Sam Caruso an event worth catching. You can’t say, “I’ll catch him next time” because next time will be 2019.


For the Art Lovers
Blaire Buchanan Thousand Word Photography

Engagement

FEATURED ARTIST: David Tiefenthaler (Thousand Word Photography).

Photography prints – framed as well as on metal coasters and magnets with images on them. Come see existing work, order custom items, schedule a family shoot in The Knight Park, or simply gawk at the beautiful photos and art-enhanced objects.

We’re hosting David for the first time at the Featured Artist tent, space 24.

https://www.thousand-word-photography.com/


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

 

Collingswood SAT OCT 13

Early Showers Likely.

At least for now, the forecast is for showers during setup that clear up during Market hours. Extra cool temperatures in the 50s. So . . . October.

Wet Cows


The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather OCT 13


Siteplan for SAT OCT 13

We’re back to a more rational layout this week after last week’s disruptions for the Book Festival. Carnivore Corner is back to full strength at the east end with the return of Headquarters Lamb and Woods Edge Wools (with frozen yak?). Apple Pie Baking Contest and several nonprofits take up spaces vacated by the departures of some farms.

Feels like fall. Let’s sell some Jersey Fresh!

Space 10 OCT 13


Collingswood Foods SAT OCT 13

Quiche

CONSTELLATION COLLECTIVE QUICHE

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 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
SAT OCT 13

microgreens

INDOGROW MICROGREENS

  • Indogrow Farm
    —We usually see them every other week with their tender little shoots of incredibly flavorful microgreens. They were absent last week, supplying their new restaurant customers, so look for them back in their usual location this Saturday.
  • 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. Last week’s Cream of Crab sold out so fast he might have to bring it back again this week. Whatever it is, come early.
  • Cheese Etc.
    —Cheese spreads featuring local produce and ingredients from area roasters, brewers, and wineries.
  • Woof and Whiskers
    —Read the list of ingredients and you’ll understand this is a pet treat you could safely share with your dog (not that we’re saying you should). But if you’re tempted, the chicken and sweet potato biscuit is pretty tasty.
  • Headquarters Lamb / Woods Edge Yak
    Carnivore Corner is back to full strength this week after a Book-Festival-abbreviated layout last Saturday. Roger Byrom returns with choice cuts of lamb from Headquarters Farm, and lately Natalie has been showing up with a freezer full of yak steaks and other prizes from Woods Edge Wools. Both vendors have natural pelt and wool garments from their own herds. Down by Perkins.
  • Knowhere Farm
    —Also back at the Perkins end are the adorable pettable goats from Knowhere along with their goats milk soap.
  • 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 this week and most weeks until Thanksgiving with Cindy’s gourmet applesauce (from Schober Sons apples!), honey-sweetened lemonade and Cindy’s pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.

Official Market Bloggers
Tasty Temptations

Quiche

Tasty Temptations. Our indomitable Market shopper and facebooker is back with photos of her trove from SAT OCT 06. Ordinarily, we are treated to the bounty of uncooked, raw, preparation-needy ingredients TT has gathered from the tables she’s patronized (it seems she shops from EVERYONE!). But this week, we’re treated to this photo of a meal that required only purchase power. From Constellation Collective, the quiche, from Indogrow Farm, the parsley microgreens, and of course, from Revolution Roasters, the fresh-ground brew. Wanna see the whole season of Market goodies in one place? https://www.facebook.com/JSOcooks/

Susan Mauer Lynch
Yellow Room Upstairs

Sweet Potato Fries

Susan Mauer Lynch. In yet another “first” for Susan, this week she’s produced a simply gorgeous verbal portrait of our legacy farm Rick Hymer. Sure, she also praises and prepares his cabbage and his sweet potatoes, but this week it’s not just the recipes you should read her for . . . it’s the tribute that she pays to a farmer who has devoted a lifetime to serving his community and his friends at the Market that will reward your visit to her blog. I urge everyone to click the link to this week’s post from “The Yellow Room Upstairs.”

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2018/10/08/farmers-are-people-too/


For the Animal Lovers
Paw it 4ward

Rose

ADORABLE ADOPTABLE ROSE

Paw it 4ward.

The wonderful people of Paw it 4ward 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. We don’t make promises, but we’re hoping to meet lovable, adoptable Rose, a 2-year-old 50-pound female Staffordshire/Pit mix, a house- and crate-trained sweetheart who has lovely leash manners and LOVES KIDS! Your kids will love her too.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT OCT 13

CamilleAndDave

CAMILLE PERUTO / DAVE KELLY

Two Great Solo Acts.

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. Camille Peruto. Singer-songwriter Camille Peruto blends elements of folk, pop, and rock to tell stories through music. She’s got talent, a fiery spirit, and a very large and loyal following. With a repertoire of 500 songs, she’ll be happy to handle requests.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Dave Kelly. Among the stringed things Dave employs to make his music, whether guitar or lap steel or mandolin, we often neglect to mention his vocal cords. They’re stringed instruments, right? Come hear Dave and ask him to belt one out.


For the Art Lovers
Blaire Buchanan Brace and Bit

Brace BitTable

BRACE AND BIT COFFEE TABLE

FEATURED ARTIST: Blair Buchanan (Brace and Bit).

Bruce makes magic out of wood, but he’s too humble to say so. Instead, he says, “My style draws on aspects of local manufacturers, and is derived from the mechanical and farmhouse roots of America, merging traditional, contemporary, and industrial design aesthetics. Products are conceived and fabricated, utilizing modern manufacturing methods, with the skills of the human hands.” Mm-hmm. Decide for yourself. We’re hosting him at the Featured Artist tent, space 24.

http://braceandbitdesign.com/


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

 

Collingswood SAT OCT 06

Another Lovely Fall Saturday.

Very cool temps in the upper 60s, mostly sunny and dry but ridiculously humid. Light breezes. Sounds like autumn produce-shopping weather. Let’s all get out and support our Jersey Fresh farmers while the crops are in.

Mostly Cloudy Cows


The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather OCT 06


Siteplan for SAT OCT 06

Greg and Karen Hurley have completed their season and will not return this year. AT Buzby is also finished for the year, as is Eckert Farm. We will probably also lose Les Viereck in a week or so, all of which departures will make room for the local artists and crafters who will participate in the Handmade Holidays.

This week, the site plan is altered by the need to give up Irvin Avenue to vehicle traffic for the Collingswood Book Fair. Nature’s Own Farm has relocated for one week to the west end and Buck Wild Bison takes a place on the “sunny side.” Headquarters Farm Lamb and Woods Edge Wool will return next week and resume their spaces in “Carnivore Corner” at the east end of the Market.

Meanwhile, we have a beautiful day shaping up. Let’s sell some Jersey Fresh!

Space OCT 06


Collingswood Foods SAT OCT 06

The Roaster

FRESHLY-ROASTED REVOLUTION COFFEE

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 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
SAT OCT 06

Cream of Crab

DUKER T’S CATERING CREAM OF CRAB SOUP

  • 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. This week he’s serving up Cream of Crab, an annual favorite with his loyal customers.
  • 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.
  • La Pooch Patisserie
    —She doesn’t come every week, but when she does, she remembers your pet’s name. Stop by and see what Erin’s been baking.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Cindy and Vera will be back this week and most weeks until Thanksgiving with Cindy’s gourmet applesauce (from Schober Sons apples!), honey-sweetened lemonade and Cindy’s pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.

Official Market Bloggers
Tasty Temptations

Spaghetti Squash

SPAGHETTI SQUASH WITH KITCHEN SINK

Tasty Temptations. As is her new custom, our adventurous Market shopper/chef/vegetable-chronicler/fan-of-all-things-delicious has published the results of her shopping experience for SAT SEP 22 in one post, and in another the “after” photos of meals she prepared with all her Saturday Market finds. The Spaghetti Squash with Chicken, Ricotta and Fresh Herb Meatballs, topped with Sautéed Maitake Mushrooms and Parsley Micro Greens, pictured here, is just a sample of what you’ll find by clicking the links above to Tasty Temptations’ facebook posts.

Susan Mauer Lynch
Yellow Room Upstairs

Soup Prep

VEGETABLE BEEF SOUP PREP

Susan Mauer Lynch. Susan’s written several dozen blog posts for us, but she’s never done THIS! To make soup, she bought something from virtually every food vendor. You’ll have to click through to her blog for the details, but her ingredients came from: Springdale Farm, Buck Wild Bison, Wild Flour Bakery, Flaim Farm, A.T. Buzby Farm, Hymer Farm, Formisano Farm, Muth Family Organic Farm, Viereck Farm, Savoie Organic Farm, Wm. Schober and Sons, Fruitwood Farm, Davidson’s Exotic Mushrooms.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2018/10/02/its-finally-time-for-soup/


For the Animal Lovers
Lilo’s Promise Bully Breeds Rescue

Bully Breeds

Lilo’s Promise Animal Shelter in the Dog Tent.

The wonderful people of Lilo’s Promise will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week, sharing remarkable stories of rescuing truly needy bully breed 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.

Lilo’s Promise is always in need of Bully-Tough Toys to keep their special friends occupied. Bring one to donate, or click through to their Amazon Wish List.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT OCT 06

TrioNovaShakeup

Trios that think they’re Duos or Solos.

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. Trio Nova Duo. Perfect sounds for easing into a relaxing fall morning with your coffee and a crepe or a breakfast quesadilla. Smooth music from the local masters of cool.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Eric Raible. Remember Wayside Shakeup, that lively 3-man outfit that rocked the west stage last year? Yeah, Chris D’Antonio is out of town, and so is Rob Volansky. So who’s the acting member of the Wayside Trio Solo? Eric Raible on keyboards will shake things up and never miss a beat.


For the Art Lovers
Meredith Greimel Beaucycled

Jewelry

FEATURED ARTIST: Meredith Greimel (Beaucycled).

Handcrafted jewelry from rare gemstones and vintage remnants. I also arrange succulent gardens in unique glass wares and vintage pieces. Jewelry, knits, succulents and plenty of surprises. Find and acquire a piece of practical or whimsical, everyday or special occasion art at the Featured Artist tent, space 24.

beaucycled.com


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

 

Collingswood SAT SEP 29

Another Lovely Fall Saturday.

Low 70s, mostly sunny, and dry. Sounds like autumn produce-shopping weather. Let’s all get out and support our Jersey Fresh farmers while the crops are in.

Mostly Cloudy Cows


The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather SEP 29


Siteplan for SAT SEP 29

This is the last scheduled appearance of the AT Buzby farm, and could be the last week for Eckert Farm as well. But for now, we’re all here to celebrate a stunning September Saturday. Let’s sell some Jersey Fresh!

Space SEP 29


Collingswood Foods SAT SEP 29

Citrus

CITRUS FROM SARA’S PRODUCE

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 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
SAT SEP 29

Updates coming

Roger Byrom

  • Headquarters Farm Lamb
    — Roger Byrom (from Stockton New Jersey by way of the Lake District of England) will be back this week and every week to the end of the season with choice cuts of lamb and mutton from his own 18th-century farm. Find him at Carnivores Corner, the livestock section at the east end of the Market.
  • 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.
  • Cheese, Etc.
    —Pumpkin cheese spreads! Gina is good about sending news of her upcoming flavors and special items. This week, her facebook page is promising to fold in pumpkin.
  • Duker T’s Catering
    — When the weather changes, Duker puts on the soup pot and blends in the local produce. This week he’s serving up Cream of Asparagus, an annual favorite with his loyal customers.
  • 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.
  • Blueberry Fields Artisan Soap
    —We host one soap maker each week, compared to 24 farms every season. This week Carol Steinhauser (scientist by day, mad soap-scientist by night) brings her beautiful and practical craft to the east end of the Market, by Perkins.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Cindy and Vera will be back this week and most weeks until Thanksgiving with Cindy’s gourmet applesauce (from Schober Sons apples!), honey-sweetened lemonade and Cindy’s pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.
  • Neil’s Knife Sharpening Service. He’s here just once a month (always on the last Saturday). Anybody planning to cut (or carve!) a fall squash or pumpkin will want to bring your blunt instruments to the Market this week for a new edge. Lawn and garden tools too! Bring your blade or chain, but leave the mower and the chainsaw at home.

Official Market Bloggers
Tasty Temptations

SAT SEP 22

Tasty Temptations. Our intrepid—and anonymous—Market shopper was at it again on SAT SEP 22, strolling, eyeing, acquiring, and lugging the awesome bounty of a Jersey Fresh fall. As she does almost every week, TT photographed her purchases (everything from coffee and biscuits to bratwurst, chicken, garlic, and nectarines) and then spent Sunday prepping meals from all her fabulous “Saturday Market Finds.” We’ve got the photos to prove it and a single click (or two, or three) will get you there.

Saturday Market Finds SEP 22

Sunday Salad Photos and Farm Credits

Monday Dinner Photos and Farm Credits

Thank you, Tasty, for a season’s worth of expert shopping, cooking, and sharing!


For the Animal Lovers
French Bulldog Rescue Network

FrenchieKisses

French Bulldog Rescue Network.

The wonderful people of the French Bulldog Rescue Network will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week and distributing the Official Market leash to your 4-legged companions. We don’t make promises, but every time the FBRN visits the Market we notice people walking near the Dog Tent all puckered up. Stop by for your copy of the Dog Behavior Guidelines, or to buy or rent your Official Market Leash, or to express your affection for a dog that could just steal your heart and become a new part of your family.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT SEP 29

Barry and Dave

Not just stringing you along . . .

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Barry Hollander. Local guitar hero and self-confessed jive turkey Barry Hollander lays down the tasty licks and improvises on his stringed thing, sometimes unaccompanied, often with an equally talented partner.

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. The Incomparable Dave Kelly. Also a highly-accomplished guitar player, Dave doesn’t limit himself to just one stringed instrument. Lap steel, mandolin? Stop by and see what else he’s up to


For the Art Lovers
Eric Wolff Mud and Fire Pottery

Wood Fire

WOOD FIRED POTTERY (Electric Kiln and Raku styles also available)

FEATURED ARTIST: Eric Wolff (Mud and Fire).
Live your life with character and style. Start the day with a hot cup in your own unique and stylish mug, or breakfast from a one-of-a-kind bowl. Serve your family and guests from handmade pieces that no one else has. Even feed Fluffy or Fido from their own beautiful dinnerware. Or simply have wonderful handmade works of art in pottery to beautify your life. Mud and Fire pottery is made by Collingswood local artist Eric Wolff. All functional pieces are safe for food and are good in the microwave, dishwasher, and oven. Find and acquire a piece of everyday art at the Featured Artist tent, space 24.

www.mudandfire.com


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

 

Collingswood SAT SEP 22

Lovely Fall Saturday.

Low 70s, mostly sunny, and dry. Sounds like autumn produce-shopping weather. Let’s all get out and support our Jersey Fresh farmers while the crops are in.

Mostly Cloudy Cows


The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather SEP 22


Siteplan for SAT SEP 22

All our farms are in attendance, and several popular guest vendors are back to fill out the roster.

SPACE SEP 22


Collingswood Foods SAT SEP 22

Vodka Sauce

RIGATONI WITH VILLA BARONE VODKA SAUCE

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. Can you identify the Revolution Bobbleheads from their figurines?

Villa Barone. Fresh breads 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. Figs sold out early last week: expect them to have more on Saturday.


Guest Vendors and Special Products
SAT SEP 22

Catch them while they’re here!

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  • 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.
  • Green Aisle Grocery
    —All sorts of novelty from the Green Aisle team this week. New: Garlic and Dill Pickles / Strawberry Basil Preserves / Blueberry-Infused Vinegar / Peach Plum Chai Shrubs / Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho, and more!
  • Cheese, Etc.
    —Pumpkin cheese spreads! Gina is good about sending news of her upcoming flavors and special items. This week, her facebook page is promising to fold in pumpkin.
  • Duker T’s Catering
    — When the weather changes, Duker puts on the soup pot and blends in the local produce. This week he’s serving up Cream of Broccoli, and annual favorite with his loyal customers.
  • 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.
  • La Pooch Patisserie
    — Erin isn’t at the Market every week this season. But this SAT SEP 22 you and your pet have a chance to reconnect.
  • Knowhere Farm Goats Milk Soap
    —We host one soap maker each week, compared to 24 farms every season. Some weeks, like SAT SEP 22, we’re lucky to host a farm that makes soap from the goat milk they collect from their own goats. Come out and meet the kids. Buy a soap and take a selfie.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Cindy and Vera will be back this week and most weeks until Thanksgiving with Cindy’s gourmet applesauce (from Schober Sons apples!), honey-sweetened lemonade and Cindy’s pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.
  • Headquarters Farm Lamb
    — Roger will be back this week with choice cuts of lamb from his own Stockton NJ farm. Find him in the livestock section at the east end of the Market.

Official Market Bloggers

Lisa Grant (Jersey Girl Cooks)
Caramel Nectarine Tart

Caramel Nectarine Tart

CARAMEL NECTARINE TART

Lisa Grant (Jersey Girl Cooks). Caramel Nectarine Tart. Nectarines from Wm. Schober Sons Orchards take center stage in this simple but delicious production. A wonderful combination of caramel sauce with sliced nectarines in a flaky puff pastry. This year’s nectarines are sweet and juicy. You can’t eat one without juice dripping down your chin . . . unless you bake it into a tart. This tart is company- worthy, but you can bake it in under 30 minutes. Follow the link to Lisa’s blog to see how many steps you can skip and still produce this beautiful dessert using only 3 ingredients.

http://www.jerseygirlcooks.com/2018/09/caramel-nectarine-tart.html


Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs)
Cheerful Morning Apple Coffee Cake

Coffee Cake

CHEERFUL MORNING APPLE COFFEE CAKE

Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs). Cheerful Morning Apple Coffee Cake. Susan credits this coffee cake, which she has made weekly when the apples are right for (cough) years since her wedding day. Can we credit the apple cake for her long and happy marriage? It’s worth a try, simple to make, and this week the apples are right at Fruitwood Farms and Wm. Schober Sons Orchards. You’ll need a wooden spoon, and big mugs for the coffee or tea, and that’s about it. Complete instructions and wedding reminiscences abound at Susan’s bloghttps://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2018/09/17/cheerful-morning-apple-coffee-cake/


For the Animal Lovers
Paw It 4ward Foundation

Promise

LOVABLE ADOPTABLE PROMISE

Paw It 4ward.

The wonderful people of Paw It 4ward will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week and distributing the Official Market leash to your 4-legged companions. We don’t make promises, but we’re hoping to meet lovable, adoptable Promise! A spunky, smart and playful 2-year-old 65-pound pup! Promise would make an awesome jogging buddy! She is house- and crate-trained and working with a professional trainer on commands and behavior. She would do best in a home as the only pet but is dog social.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT SEP 22

Rossi Nova

JOHN ROSSI / TRIO NOVA DUO

A ONE, AND A TWO, AND A THREE . . . .

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. John Rossi. Give him a microphone and a chair. John will bring his Martin guitar and his good humor and charm the crowd with familiar tunes to brighten everyone’s mood.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Trio Nova Duo. Familiar pop classics, plus tunes from many genres and epochs by virtuosos on guitar and bass. Smooth, catchy, always tuneful, they’re the duo that makes as much music as a trio.


For the Art Lovers
Ellen Rosenholtz Sylvia Starlight Toys

4 dolls

FEATURED ARTIST: Ellen Rosenholtz. At her Featured Artist table/tent, Ellen refers to herself as Sylvia Starlight, designer and crafter of handmade toys for a bright imagination. You don’t have to be imaginative to appreciate the charm of her designs or the quality of her execution. Not just dolls (and natural wood doll birthday cake candle holders), but also fabric homes to house and transport them, and other items both whimsical and useful. Stop by to see Ellen’s gentle inventiveness at the Featured Artist tent, space 24.

www.etsy.com/shop/sylviastarlight


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

 

Collingswood SAT SEP 15

Forecast coming.

Our first truly dry Saturday morning in awhile arrives while to our south a storm is raging. Let’s all get out and support our Jersey Fresh while the sun is shining. There’s no telling what the rest of the fall will bring.

Mostly Cloudy Cows


The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather SEP 15


Siteplan for SAT SEP 15

Three non-profits and the Lourdes Wellness/Oaklyn Pantry “Buy 2 Give 1” food drive round out the plan this week.

SEP 15 Space


Collingswood Foods SAT SEP 15

Bobbleheads

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. Can you identify the Revolution Bobbleheads from their figurines?

Villa Barone. Fresh breads from this Haddon Avenue Collingswood restaurant’s brick oven, sauces 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. Figs sold out early last week: expect them to have more on Saturday.


Guest Vendors and Special Products
SAT SEP 15

Catch them while they’re here!

Almond Fig Toffee

ALMOND FIG TOFFEE FROM MECHA ARTISAN CHOCOLATES

  • MECHA Artisan Chocolates
    — We have very few opportunities to feature this wonderful local chocolatier. Get out Saturday morning for chocolate caramels, truffles, toffee bark, bars . . . you get the idea.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Headquarters Farm Lamb
    — Roger will be back this week with choice cuts of lamb from his own Stockton NJ farm. Find him in the livestock section at the east end of the Market.
  • Indogrow Farm
    — Indogrow has hit the local “big time” by landing the business of the brand-new Porch and Proper restaurant on Collings Avenue. If you can’t get a reservation, you can still get the town’s most popular microgreens at the Market on Saturday mornings.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Look for the return of Cindy’s gourmet applesauce. Stock up on back-to-school health and wellness in a jar packed with apples, carrots, kale, prunes and cinnamon. She’ll have samples of the sauce, and plenty of her own pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.

Official Market Bloggers

Stef Perna (treatbelly)
Red Currant Tomato Galette

Red Currant Tomato Galettes

RED CURRANT TOMATO GALETTE

Stef Perna (treatbelly). Red Currant Tomato Galette. Stef has a keen eye for new produce she can turn into food art. When Les Viereck debuted his baskets of very tiny tomatoes, they piqued her interest, but it was weeks before she developed her recipe for red currant tomato galettes. The tomatoes are sweet-tart and intensely flavorful (and contain 4 times the vitamin C of other tomatoes!). Nutrition aside, these little beauties make a unique and sensational presentation in their folded crusts. Follow the link to Stef’s blog for the recipe and more amazing photos.

http://www.treatbelly.com/treatbelly/2018/9/3/spoon-tomato-galettes


Denine Gorniak (theBicycle-Chef)
Mexican Vegetable Corn Chowder

Corn Chowder

MEXICAN VEGETABLE CORN CHOWDER

Denine Gorniak (The Bicycle-Chef). Mexican Corn Chowder. Denine uses fresh aromatic vegetables from the fall Market to turn water into deliciousness. The soup takes less than two hours to prepare, creates its own stock while cooking, and can be frozen to extend your Market season into winter. Hot sauce, cilantro, lime, and cumin give it a Mexican kick. This versatile soup can be fat-free, vegan, or enhanced with chicken, tofu, or cream. You’ll love preparing it in a pressure cooker if you have one, or in a stock pot on the stove. Wonderful photos and complete instructions at TheBicycle-Chef.

http://www.thebicycle-chef.com/2018/09/mexican-inspired-vegetable-corn-chowder.html


For the Animal Lovers
AWANJ Animal Welfare Association

Celeste

ADORABLE ADOPTABLE CELESTE

The wonderful people of Animal Welfare Association will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week and distributing the Official Market leash to your 4-legged companions. In return, if you can help them, consider donating.We don’t make promises, but we’re hoping to meet lovable, adoptable Celeste, an energetic young mixed-breed charmer who loves outdoor activity and children ten and older. Stop by the Dog Tent and let AWANJ know you have an interest in being a “forever home” for an animal in need.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT SEP 15

Sengin Hollander

TWO TERRIFIC SOLO ACTS

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. Marc Sengin. Mark is very much a solo act, but with his new harmonizer he’ll sound like a trio. You’ll think you’re listening to Peter, Paul, AND Mary (or a dozen other acts from the 60s and 70s). Bring a tambourine and play along.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Barry Hollander. Barry’s back on the west stage with funky, bluesy, altogether wicked guitar licks (and perhaps a bass player) that cover a wide repertoire of old and new favorites.


For the Art Lovers
Evelyn Taylor Designs Ceramics

Jersey Tiles

FRAMED NEW JERSEY TILES

FEATURED ARTIST: Evelyn Taylor Designs. In her Collingswood studio, Evelyn has been creating and producing a wide variety of handmade decorative ceramics for years. She specializes in unique jewelry, ornaments, pottery, and tiles. Lately she’s been featuring creative ways to honor the state of New Jersey, but you’re also likely to find, angels, owls, mermaids, cherubs, pigs, petals, cameos, geometrics . . . .  Stop by to see Evelyn’s endless invention at the Featured Artist tent at space 24.

https://www.facebook.com/evelyntaylordesigns


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

 

Collingswood SAT SEP 08

Damp forecast.

These things have a way of improving as we approach the opening cowbell, but for the moment, the forecast is for rain overnight Friday into Saturday, and a chance of showers throughout the morning. Wind picks up to 11 mph by noon, so be ready to weight your tents, just in case.

Wet Cows

The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather SEP 08


Siteplan for SAT SEP 08

Headquarters Lamb and the friendly goats of Knowhere Farm are back this week, along with several of our popular Guest Vendors (Weckerly’s Ice Cream, Green Aisle Grocery, Cheese Etc, Our Souls Shine, and La Pooch Patisserie)..

SEP 08 Siteplan Goats


Collingswood Foods SAT SEP 08

Green Figs

GREEN AND PURPLE FIGS FROM SARA’S PRODUCE

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 from this Haddon Avenue Collingswood restaurant’s brick oven, sauces 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. Figs sold out early last week: expect them to have more on Saturday.


Guest Vendors and Special Products
SAT SEP 08

Catch them while they’re here!

Lamb

LAMBS FROM HEADQUARTERS

  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Headquarters Farm Lamb
    — Roger will be back this week with choice cuts of lamb from his own Stockton NJ farm. Find him in the livestock section at the east end of the Market.
  • Cheese Etc.
    —Cheese Spreads featuring local produce.
  • Green Aisle Grocery.
    —Nut butters, preserves, pickles, cocktail mixers, specialty condiments.
  • Weckerly’s Ice Cream
    —Nobody does a better job of incorporating local milk, organic cream, fresh fruits and herbs into a superpremium product.
  • Indogrow Farm
    — Indogrow has hit the local “big time” by landing the business of the brand-new Porch and Proper restaurant on Collings Avenue. If you can’t get a reservation, you can still get the town’s most popular microgreens at the Market on Saturday mornings.
  • La Pooch Patisserie
    — Erin knows your dogs by name and remembers their favorite treats. Bones, biscuits, muffins, you name it; they all come straight to the Market from her bakery on the White Horse Pike.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Look for the return of Cindy’s gourmet applesauce. Stock up on back-to-school health and wellness in a jar packed with apples, carrots, kale, prunes and cinnamon. She’ll have samples of the sauce, and plenty of her own pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.
  • Eckert’s Farm Corn Truck
    — We never know for sure what week will be the last for the corn truck. There was plenty last week, but you might want to grab a dozen ears for the freezer while they last.

Official Market Bloggers

Sarah Licata (Salt Jar)
Nectarine Marscapone Tart

Nectarine Marscapone Tart

NECTARINE MARSCAPONE TART

Sarah Licata (Salt Jar). Sarah says, “Prepare yourself for this winning summertime combination: a nectarine mascarpone tart featuring thinly sliced nectarines, fluffy mascarpone cream filling, and a crispy almond crust.” What’s more, she insists this recipe is simple enough to prepare when the family is in the midst of a medical crisis. We’ll say no more about that, but you can check out Sarah’s blog for details. She got her nectarines at Fruitwood Farms. Check out the simple instructions and more of Stef’s mouth-watering photos at her blog.

http://saltjar.com/nectarine-mascarpone-tart/

Susan Mauer Lynch
End of Summer Succotash

Succotash

END OF SUMMER SUCCOTASH

Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs). End of Summer Succotash. Apples are the Market this week, and winter squash is showing up along with lima beans at the A.T. Buzby table. Could it be this long odd summer is coming to a close? Don’t despair; make succotash! We’ve got the corn, the beans, the tomatoes, and the butter aplenty. Susan’s got the recipe and the helpful instructions to make preparation easy and deliciouis. She uses San Marzano plum tomatoes from Muth Organic Farm and butter from Hillacres Pride. Follow the link to her blog for the photos and proportions.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2018/09/04/end-of-summer-succotash/


For the Animal Lovers
Almost Home Shelter

Betty Lou

ADORABLE ADOPTABLE BETTY LOU

Almost Home Shelter.

The wonderful people of Almost Home will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week and distributing the Official Market leash to your 4-legged companions. In return, if you can help them, consider donating.
1. Weekend Adoption Outreach Volunteers. 2. Mini Vans for Animal Control and Medical Transport. 3. KMR kitten formula, Esbilac Puppy formula. 4. Kitten/puppy/small animal feeding bottles, and heating pads. 5. Liquid Laundry Detergent and Bleach. 6. Hand Sanitizer and Dish Soap.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT SEP 08

TrioNovaCaruso

LIVE MUSIC ON TWO STAGES

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. Trio Nova Duo. Familiar pop classics, plus tunes from many genres and epochs by virtuosos on guitar and bass. Smooth, catchy, always tuneful, they’re the duo that makes as much music as a trio

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Sam Caruso. Pop classics and “sing-along” songs make every appearance by local favorite Sam Caruso an event worth catching.



For the Art Lovers
Kitchen Garden Series Practical Linens

Market Bag

FEATURED ARTIST. The Kitchen Garden Series. Heidi Barr’s simple, elegant, altogether useful and practical kitchen textiles set the standard for design and functionality. You’ll find market bags, produce storage bags, reusable coffee and tea filters, and aprons, many of them made from re-purposed materials or quality fabric leftovers.  Stop by to see these beautiful products at the Featured Artist tent at space 24.

www.thekitchengardenseries.com


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

 

Collingswood SAT SEP 01

Pretty iffy.

It’ll start out muggy and possibly wet. If we get rain after 2am, look for your space numbers in green paint, not chalk. Scattered storms usually miss us for the most part, but there could be periods of rain through the morning. We’ll just need a bit of luck.

Wet Cows

The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather SEP 01


Siteplan for SAT SEP 01

Duker T is back from vacation. Headquarters Lamb is off for the week. Otherwise, we have a pretty common siteplan for the week..

SEP 01 Space


Collingswood Foods SAT SEP 01

Green Figs

GREEN AND PURPLE FIGS FROM SARA’S PRODUCE

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.

Amber Grain Bakery has closed its doors to give baker Stephen Kramer a chance to take a new job as a product development wizard. We’ll try to coax Dulce to the Market to ensure that we always have a BID bakery presence.

Villa Barone. Giovanni (John) Barone will stand in for his father Guido this week, selling sauces, perhaps cheeses, the very popular zeppoles, and other Italian favorites from this popular Collingswood restaurant.

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
SAT SEP 01

Catch them while they’re here!

Mediterranean Fig

BLUEBERRY FIELDS ARTISAN SOAP: MEDITERRANEAN FIG

  • Blueberry Fields Artisan Soap
    —You have just a few chances to catch Carol Steinhauser at the Market this season. She’s here this week with fall fragrances including Mediterranean fig.
  • 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.
  • Cheese Etc.
    —Gina sends her What’s New to Cass.
  • Indogrow Farm
    — They’re a farm! In a house! In Cherry Hill! Come see what new little greens are available from our favorite vertical farm.
  • Woof and Whiskers Biscuits
    — Read the list of ingredients and you’ll conclude this is one line of pet treats you could literally share with your dog.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Cindy and Vera will be back this week (and most weeks until Thanksgiving) with honey-sweetened lemonade and Cindy’s pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.

Official Market Bloggers

Stef Perna
Garlic Knot Chicken Nuggets

Garlic Knot Chicken

GARLIC KNOT CHICKEN NUGGETS

Stef Perna (treatbelly). Stef has been using a seasoned wet salt brine for a variety of kitchen and grilling techniques. This week, she applies the mixture to chicken nuggets to create what she calls Garlic Knot Nuggets. She gets her garlic from Savoie Organic Farm, and her parsley (or cilantro) from Flaim Farms. Prep is simple, presentation is elegant, and the quick saute technique keeps the chicken breast nuggets from drying out. These are anything but your drive-thru nuggets. Check out the simple instructions and more of Stef’s mouth-watering photos at her blog.

http://www.treatbelly.com/treatbelly/2018/8/27/savoie-garlic-nuggets

Susan Mauer Lynch
Grilled Leg of Lamb

Lamb Leg

GRILLED LEG OF LAMB

Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs). Grilled Leg of Lamb. It took Susan no time at all to find Roger Byrom’s lamb offerings from Headquarters Farm of Stockton NJ. A native of the Lake District of England, Roger has spent several seasons producing lambs that blend the best characteristics of the Romney, Romeldale, and Jacob breeds. The flock is raised and finished on grass they freely graze on neighboring solar farms where they “do the landscaping” for hire. Susan dry-rubbed and slow-grilled her small leg of lamb to save you the trouble of experimenting. See her blog post for instructions on how to replicate her efforts.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2018/08/24/grilled-leg-of-lamb/


For the Animal Lovers
4 PAWS New Jersey

Molly

ADORABLE ADOPTABLE MOLLY

4 Paws New Jersey.

The wonderful people of 4 Paws 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. Personally, we’re hoping to meet Molly, a terrier/pitbull mix not yet 6 years old.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT SEP 01

222 Mannix Duo 4 by 3

SOLO AND DUO

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. The Incomparable Dave Kelly! Dave makes stringed things sing. Come hear him on guitar, perhaps mandolin, lap steel guitar, who know what else he’ll coax into music by strumming or plucking!.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Mannix Duo. They’re Jimmy Mannix and Zuff. If you’ve heard them before, you know Jimmy has the rock hero voice that works on every song from your favorite repertoire. And Zuff just makes it all work. Don’t miss this act.


For the Art Lovers
Sue Kinney Smart Dog Graphics

Heron Card

FEATURED ARTIST. Sue Kinney (Smart Dog Graphics). Sue does exquisitely detailed drawings of birds, and oil portraits of precious dog pets. The bird drawings become note cards for sending to only best friends. The portraits, of course, are devoted to man’s best friends. Smart Dog Graphics is a brand new Featured Artist, so we’re just as eager as everyone else to see this work up close. Stop by to meet Sue and see her fine-feathered-and-furred friends at the Featured Artist tent at space 24.

https://www.etsy.com/search?q=wildthings%20notecards


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

 

Collingswood SAT AUG 25

Looks like a beauty.

Dry and mostly sunny with perfect August temperatures rising only to 80 by the end of the Market with humidity easing as the morning progresses. 

Mostly Cloudy Cows

The official forecast from Weather.com

Weather AUG 25


Siteplan for SAT AUG 25

Back to our normal layout after the one-week disruption of the Craft and Fine Arts Fair.

The usual Livestock area at the east end of the Market (the bottom of the site plan) is once again available, so Nature’s Own Farm and Woods Edge Wools will return to take their places alongside Buck Wild Bison and the pettable goats of Knowhere Farm.

Duker T is still on vacation, so Neil’s Sharpening Service will set up shop in his van in spaces 41 and 42.

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Collingswood Foods SAT AUG 25

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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.

Amber Grain Bakery has closed its doors to give baker Stephen Kramer a chance to take a new job as a product development wizard. We’ll try to coax Dulce to the Market to ensure that we always have a BID bakery presence.

Villa Barone. Giovanni (John) Barone will stand in for his father Guido this week, selling sauces, perhaps cheeses, the very popular zeppoles, and other Italian favorites from this popular Collingswood restaurant.

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
SAT AUG 25

Catch them while they’re here!

Fried GreenTomatoes

FRIED GREEN TOMATOES FOR CHARLIE’S CREPES

  • 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.
  • Green Aisle Grocery
    —All sorts of novelty from the Green Aisle team this week. New: Garlic and Dill Pickles / Strawberry Basil Preserves / Blueberry-Infused Vinegar / Peach Plum Chai Shrubs / Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho, and more!
  • 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.
  • Knowhere Farm Goats Milk Soap
    —We host one soap maker each week, compared to 24 farms every season. Some weeks, like SAT AUG 25, we’re lucky to host a farm that makes soap from the goat milk they collect from their own goats. Come out and meet the kids. Buy a soap and take a selfie.
  • Indogrow Farm
    — The Indogrow team will be back on SAT AUG 25 with delectable, nutritious microgreens from their microfarm in Cherry Hill.
  • Neil’s Sharpening Service
    —He comes to the Market on the last Saturday of the month (whether that’s the fourth or fifth Saturday). Bring out your knives, your garden shears, even your chain saw blades (just the chains, not the saw).
  • La Pooch Patisserie
    — Erin isn’t at the Market every week this season. But this SAT AUG 25 you and your pet have a chance to reconnect.
  • Our Souls Shine
    — Cindy is a ray of sunshine herself, and her lovely daughter brightens our mornings too with her own-made lemonade sweetened with honey. Try Cindy’s new pindjur made from our own vendors’ eggplant and peppers.
  • Weckerly’s Ice Cream
    —This company doesn’t just talk about local, they prove it every week. This week they’ll feature a new black raspberry flavor featuring 100 quarts of this unique fruit they hauled back over the Appalachians to their shop in Philly.
  • Woods Edge Wools and Nature’s Own Farm, who were nudged out of the Market last week by the Craft Fair, are back with their specialty meats, eggs, and woolen special farm products this week in the Meat Market section near Perkins Art Center.

Official Market Bloggers

Lisa Grant
Jersey Girl Cooks

Caprese Salad

JERSEY FRESH TOMATO CAPRESE SALAD

Lisa Grant (JerseyGirlCooks). Jersey Fresh Tomato Caprese Salad. Keeping it fresh and simple is the best way to savor the flavors of the best of our local produce. This week Lisa got her heirloom tomatoes from Savoie Organic Farms, but she has also purchased some from Springdale Farms and Fruitwood Farms this season. Check out the Springdale, Villa Barone, and Hillacres Pride tables to find a fresh mozzarella or other cheese and fresh basil from several vendors including Flaim and Formisano. Then follow the link for simple instructions and more wonderful photos.

http://www.jerseygirlcooks.com/2018/08/simple-balsamic-glazed-caprese-salad.html

Tasty Temptations
Eggplant Tomato Burrata Stack

Eggplant Tomato Stack

EGGPLANT TOMATO BURRATA STACK

Tasty Temptations. Two of our bloggers are pairing mozzarella with produce this week, in case you’re following the trends. Tasty picked up her eggplant from Springdale Farm Market, baked and layered it with heirloom tomatoes and a ground bison meat sauce from Buck Wild Bison and slipped in the popular burrata to add the creamy cool element that makes this such a special dish. Follow the link to see what else Tasty Temptations has been up to.

https://www.facebook.com/JSOcooks/photos/a.321419431207050/2322843537731286/?type=3&theater

Susan Mauer Lynch
Filet Mignon and Maitake Mushrooms

Filet and Maitake Mushrooms

FILET MIGNON AND MAITAKE MUSHROOMS

Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs). Beef Filet Mignon with Maitake Mushrooms. Not everything Susan bought and prepared for her meal this week is in the accompanying photo. For those, you’ll have to go to her blog. But the list is impressive: Maitake mushrooms from Davidson’s Exotic Mushrooms, Filet mignon and butter for cooking it from Hillacres Pride, Potatoes from Muth Family Organic Farm, Green beans, tomatoes, and onions from A.T. Buzby Farm (from my CSA share!). Another glorious and simple Market meal from YellowRoomUpstairs. Follow the link to the prep guide and photos.

https://yellowroomupstairs.wordpress.com/2018/08/10/beef-filet-mignon-with-maitake-mushrooms/


For the Animal Lovers
The Animal Adoption Center

Erica

LOVABLE ADOPTABLE POINTER MIX ERICA

The Animal Adoption Center.

The wonderful people of the Animal Adoption Center 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. Personally, we’re hoping to meet Erica, an energetic 2-year-old pointer mix who would make a great jogging or hiking partner and would be good with children over 6 years old.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT AUG 25

MonkoSullivan

KEVIN MONKO OF MONKO!                             /     KEVIN SULLIVAN OF MATINEE RELICS

THE COLLINGSWOOD KEVINS MATCHUP

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. MONKO! There’s no telling whether Kevin Monko will appear solo (unlikely), or whether he’ll invite one or more of the members of Candy Volcano to play along. Either way, it’ll be a treat.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Matinee Relics. We liked them so much we’ve invited them back for the second week in a row! Small accordion, big guitar. Regina Baker and Kevin Sullivan are “two separate people who share one affection for old jazz music, standards, beautifully-written-but-decades-forgotten songs, and Manouche-style swing.”


For the Art Lovers
Lorraine Delphey L’Originals

rope hot plate

ROPE HOT PLATE

FEATURED ARTIST. Lorraine Delphey (L’Originals). Lorraine makes rustic cotton rope baskets in her own original designs, rope hot pads, hand-knitted discloths and fleece neck pillows. She’s been a popular vendor for years at our annual Handmade Holidays in November. Here’s your chance to get an early look at her freshest work long before the gift-buying rush of our annual fall celebration of local craft and arts.


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

 

Collingswood SAT AUG 18

Too soon to predict weather.

Farmers’ Market Director David Hodges will be off on his annual one-week vacation (this year to Copenhagen and Stockholm) on SAT AUG 18, but expects the Market to experience a typical New Jersey summer Saturday morning: humid with a chance of showers.

Mostly Cloudy Cows


Siteplan for SAT AUG 18

The plan is truncated this week to accommodate traffic for Collingswood’s annual Crafts and Fine Arts Festival.

The usual Meat Market at the east end of the Market (the bottom of the site plan) is turned over to vehicle traffic, so Nature’s Own Farm and Woods Edge Wools will take the week off.

However, Buck Wild Bison and the new Headquarters Farm Lamb tables will move to the west end of the Market (the top of the site plan), so you can stock up on those favorites.

You’ll also find Hillacres Pride in their usual location for meats and cheeses from their own livestock.

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SITEMAP AUG 18


Collingswood Foods SAT AUG 18

Guido's Zeppolis

TASTY ZEPPOLES FROM VILLA BARONE

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.

Amber Grain Bakery has closed its doors to give baker Stephen Kramer a chance to take a new job as a product development wizard. We’ll try to coax Dulce to the Market to ensure that we always have a BID bakery presence.

Villa Barone. Giovanni (John) Barone will stand in for his father Guido this week, selling sauces, perhaps cheeses, the very popular zeppoles, and other Italian favorites from this popular Collingswood restaurant.

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
SAT AUG 18

Catch them while they’re here!

Blast detail

LAMB FARMER ROGER BYROM

  • Headquarters Farm Lamb
    —We’re delighted to announce the arrival of Roger Byrom, lamb farmer transplanted from the Lakes District of England to Stockton New Jersey. In addition to meat and organs, his lamb also produce beautiful pelts and mocassins.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Blueberry Fields Soap
    — Fans of Carol’s soap get only a few chances every season to stock up on her bar soaps and body products.
  • Indogrow Farm
    — The Indogrow team had a demonstration at a show kitchen last week, but they’re back at the Market on SAT AUG 18 with their delectable, nutritious microgreens.
  • Cheese, Etc.
    —Gina and Ken Horlacher have doubled down on their commitment to using local produce in their cheese spreads this season. When peaches and blueberries are plentiful in the Market, expect to see peaches and blueberry cheese spreads at Cheese, Etc.
  • Woof and Whiskers Pet Biscuits
    — You couldn’t ask for a more wholesome recipe than Woof and Whiskers provides in these tasty treats. Bring your pet to the table for a sample.

Official Market Bloggers

Denine Gorniak
Tipsy Coffee Cakelets

Coffee Cakelets

Denine Gorniak (TheBicycle-Chef). Coffee Cakelets with Bourbon Peaches. Denine bought a quart of peaches from the Wm. Schober Sons table and promptly drowned them in bourbon and Southern Comfort to produce a stockpile of boozy peaches she’ll use over the coming months for a variety of recipes including cakes, slushies, ice cream, even cocktails. Follow the link to see this week’s creation, Tipsy Coffee Cakelets with Streusel Topping.

Tasty Temptations
Market Meal with Bison Ribeye

Bison Ribeye

MARKET MEAL WITH BISON RIBEYE

Tasty Temptations. As she often does, Tasty Temptations has planned an entire meal around her Farmers’ Market shopping finds and presents it to us this week in mouth-watering photographs. The meal features ribeye steak from Buck Wild Bison, a Jersey Fresh salad of tomatoes from Fruitwood Farms, and tasty little microgreens burrata and sorrel from Indogrow Farm. Follow the link to see what else she’s been up to.

Susan Mauer Lynch
Tribute to Hillacres Pride Farm

Pork Roast

PORK ROAST FROM HILLACRES PRIDE

Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs). Tribute to Hillacres Pride. Followers of YellowRoomUpstairs know how often Susan’s recipes and meals use meats and cheeses from Hillacres Pride, so it should come as no surprise that she describes Tom and Mandy as the farmers “who changed my eating life.” This post is must reading for anyone unaware of the wide range of products the Arrowsmiths bring to the table every week from Jersey cow farm in Peach Bottom PA.


For the Animal Lovers
4 Paws All Breed Dog Rescue

Martini

ADORABLE ADOPTABLE MARTINI

4 PAWS NEW JERSEY.

The wonderful people of 4 PAWS NEW JERSEY will be staffing the Dog Tent for us this week, distributing the Official Market leash to your 4-legged companion, and introducing you to adoption possibilities. 4 PAWS is an all-breed dog rescue committed to matching dogs in need with caring, devoted families. Personally, we’re hoping to meet Martini, a white female terrier/pitbull mix the website refers to as “he.” Solve that mystery and others at the Dog Tent this week.


Live Music on Two Stages!
SAT AUG 18

Rossi Sullivan

TWO OUTSTANDING MARKET FAVORITES

EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. John Rossi. Give him a microphone and a chair. John will bring his Martin guitar and his good humor and charm the crowd with familiar tunes to brighten everyone’s mood.

WEST STAGE UNDER PATCO. Matinee Relics.  Small accordion, big guitar. Regina Baker and Kevin Sullivan are “two separate people who share one affection for old jazz music, standards, beautifully-written-but-decades-forgotten songs, and Manouche-style swing.”


For the Art Lovers
Fred Chase Woodcraft

CarvedCup

CARVED CUP FROM MONIQUE PLATT DUTILL DAUGHTERS

FEATURED ARTIST. Monique Platt duTill and Daughters Pottery. Handmade ceramics for the home and garden. This carved cup is an example of the unique spin the daughters put on their indoor and outdoor ceramics. Cups that are beautiful and a delight to hold. Planters for the windowsill or porch. Herb markers that bring a touch of unexpected color to the garden. See them all in the Featured Artist Space this week. Or click here to see a panorama of a recent booth setup featuring the full line of products.


Small Bills and a Bathroom Key

Bring your own small bills for SAT AUG 18, please. David will be away.

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