Weather Forecast for Market Hours:

The weather forecast looks glorious, Marketgoers! Sunny and rising to the 70s during Market hours.

We have it all for you this weekend, Jersey Fresh AND Collingswood’s incomparable annual festival! As we do just once every year, we’re relocating to Irvin Avenue this week to accommodate May Fair, the annual town-wide block party that attracts more than 50,000 participants to Haddon Avenue. Grab your reusable shopping bags and COME ON OUT!

 

What’s In Season:

Peas are popping up! Greens too – which is still typical this early in the season.

Fruitwood Farms will have strawberries, asparagus, kale, Swiss chard, radishes, and honey this week.

Viereck Farms will have asparagus, sugar snap pea and a few snow peas.

Wild Flour Bakery will have hamburger, hot dog, and slider rolls for weekend picnics and barbecues

This week Our Yards Farm is excited to feature their locally grown tea! This week’s flavor of the week is Chamomile. Plus they’ll have some great veggies available.

This Week’s Guest Vendors

Neil’s Sharpening Service (Bring out your knives!)
John & Kira’s Chocolates
Garden State Juice
Origin Almond Milk
Buck Wild Bison
Barn and Stone House Soap
Inspired Brews Kombucha

 

Artist of the Week

Return vendors will recognize the colorful Doctor-Seuss-like birdhouses of Deppenwood. They’re very popular Mayfair items and we’re happy to have them in our midst.

 

News from our Official Market Bloggers

Strawberries and Biscuits

Denine Gorniak (The Bicycle-Chef) braved the rainy weather of SAT MAY 13 to get her strawberries from ATBuzby at the Market. The few that survived long enough to make it into the recipe are pictured here. Read the story and the recipe here.

 

BID Vendors

Only Villa Barone and Sara’s Produce will join us, both near the intersection of Haddon Avenue, just inside DanLynn Organic and King Kernel corn.

 

Unique Layout

The May Fair week is the only one of the season when we’re dislodged from our usual location by about one block to the north. We set up along Irvin Avenue between Perkins Art Center and Haddon Avenue.