In June, as many as a dozen species may burst their buds on a single day.  No man can heed all of these anniversaries; no man can ignore all of them.  ~Aldo Leopold

Weather forecast for Market hours:
Warm! Partial cloudiness in the morning and a change for storms later in the day.

Music: Trio Nova Duo (E), Dave Kelly (W) will entertain, much to marketgoers enjoyment.

What’s in season: Look for new crops!
In June, cherries, cabbages, peas, beans, cucumbers and lettuces will all be mainstays at the Market.

Treehouse Coffee says, “Randy will be baking up some scones with Jersey Fresh strawberries this weekend.  We will also be sampling our salsa and hummus for folks to try.  Tasty combo to bring to a BBQ or munch on poolside.”

Hillacres Pride has on special Chef’s Choice Beef Chip Steak. This pre-chopped pastured beef is perfect for a quick, easy and delicious real beef cheese steak!  Also on special bacon ends: regular and no-nitrate. Pre-order at their site here.

Guest Vendors:
Green Aisle Grocery – bringing strawberry rhubarb mint preserves, raw organic walnut butter, five spice pickled beets, chile honey ricotta, vegan arugula pesto, whipped ramp butter.
Market Day Canele
Brookeberry Organic Berries
SOOM Foods (hummus)
John & Kira’s Chocolate
Constellation Collective – Collingswood’s own! The “collective who seeks to build and grow a community through nourishing fare” has built quite a following at The Factory on 13 Fern Ave. Give their goodies a try this weekend.

Featured Artist:
Michelle Bross of Michelle Mosaics! This weekend look for Michelle’s hangings, mirrors, garden art, mailboxes and house numbers. Check her out! –

Dates to note for the 2015 season!
Farm to Fork Restaurant Week – July 19 to 24! –
Peach Pie Contest – August 8
Apple Pie Contest – October 10
Handmade Holidays – Weekends in November!  –

Cherries aren’t just for pie! See how Bon Appétit gets cherries into everything from salads to cocktails.