Weather forecast for Market hours: 60s with “a little morning rain” – and that never stopped you guys before.

Music: She Hates Me will bring throwback tunes, happiness and giggles.

Handmade Holidays at the Collingswood Farmers’ Market starts THIS WEEKEND! As temperatures drop and harvest season winds down the Market expands to fill spaces with crafters and artisans selling gifts and holiday-themed items.

Come by the Market for gifts and goods like candles, coffee mugs, sake sets, jewelry, toys, hair accessories, photography, paper arts, home décor, ceramics, knitwear and so (so! so! so!) much more! Handmade Holidays gives space to 30 exhibitors on a rotating basis so shoppers can expect to see different choices each week. Start that holiday shopping, folks! We won’t judge you if you pick up something pretty for yourself, too.

What’s in season: Remember, famers and several regular vendors are still selling alongside all those beautiful crafts and goodies!

DanLynn Organic Farms will have the following organic produce:  Beets, broccoli, cabbage (green & napa), collards, kale (curly & flat leaf), lettuce heads (romaine, curly green & magenta), lettuce bags (green & red romaine, curly green & magenta), parsley, peppers (red), spaghetti squash & yams.  They will continue to discount lettuce & kale.

Deal from Hillacres Pride! “We have an exciting stock-up special this week!  Our lucky 7 sausage stock-up special!  Purchase 7 sausage packs for only $50, choose from over 12 different kinds and mix and match (breakfast links and gourmet sausages excluded).  See our selection and pre-order here.  Also this week, Market favorite Holiday Cranberry Fresh Cheese in stock. Steaks are in short supply, but we have plenty of ground beef, beef cubes and don’t forget those soup and marrow bones for broth!”

Thanksgiving Pre-Orders are now available from Wild Flour Bakery by visiting  Their Thanksgiving menu will also be available at the market this week and orders can be placed at Market. November 19 is the last day to place an order to be picked up at the market on Saturday, November 21.

Duker T’s Catering is bringing yumminess in the form of cream of broccoli soup and chicken salad.

Tortilla Press will have Mexican chocolate with whipped cream and also spinach and mushroom quiche (with spinach from Flaim Farms).

This week’s guest vendors:

Charlie’s Crepes
Cheese, Etc.
The Constellation Collective
Garden State Jersey Fresh Juice
Green Aisle Grocery
John & Kira’s Chocolate
Market Day Canele – Bringing petite pumpkin cake with walnut streusel (among other goodies!)
MECHA Chocolate
Origin Almond Milk
Rich’s Micro Roast
Windy Farm Alpacas
Wood Spoon Rice Pudding

Handmade Holiday artists:

Aimee Eckert of Relics Revisited (jewelry)
Jill Hawes of Farmhouse Art Studio (clothing)
Maria Cartwright of 222 Creations (enamel jewelry)
Trudi Clark of Pretty Pottery (pottery)
Ginny Bernier of Le Vin et Le Mer (various handmade)
Betsy Cook of National Picnic (clothing)
Evelyn Bonner of Evelyn Taylor Designs (ceramics)
Tammy Riley of Ginkgo Girls (felted items)
Katherine Cheetham of Katherine Cheetham Glass (glass)
Katie Locke of Infinity Bibs (baby accessories)
Meredith Greimel of Beaucycled (recycled knits)
Rose Pacey of Gypsy Art (paper)
Jennifer Prasad of Canary Works (pillow covers)
Lorraine Delphey of Loriginals (textiles)
Margit Deppen of Deppenwood Products (birdhouses)
Anneliese Kissling of Superfresh Babyknits (scarves)

Sometimes ya wanna be healthy. Sometimes ya wanna eat donuts. Make your own!

After getting your Market goodies, consider pitching in at the annual Knight Park Clean Up this Saturday! Learn more here.

Thanks to our 2015 Market Sponsors! They go the extra mile to support this community project. Hooray for them! Be sure t tell them you noticed!