RIBBON CUTTING AT 8AM:
Everyone is welcome under the balloon arch for a ribbon cutting by local officials and help to us usher in the new season. Huzzah!

Weather Forecast for Market Hours:
60s, cloudy & windy – we could get a drizzle toward noon.

Music on Opening Day! John Rossi and Dave Kelly will welcome everyone back for a great season!

What’s In Season:
You ready to fill your Market totes?! Greens are typically ready this early. Baby green, spinach, arugula, kale, chard, loads of tasty herbs and more. Bedding plants & seedlings available for your gardens. Farmers sell off their surplus vegetable plants – It’s an eagerly anticipated May “crop.” Come early for the best selection!

Opening Day Fun! After the ribbon cutting be sure to pick up a free opening day cookie (an apple-shaped cookie definitely counts as a nutritious breakfast) provided by DiBartolo Bakery. There will be facepainting and clay activities for kids and families, too!

Guest vendors for week one!

Constellation Collective
Barn and Stone House Soap
Buck Wild Bison
Green Aisle Grocery
Inspired Brews
Kombucha
Weckerly’s Ice Cream
Woods Edge Wool Farm

Artist of the Week:

Monique Platt of DuTill & Daughters Pottery.
See Monique’s homemade ceramics for the home and garden.

Visit the Veggie Valet!

This service allows shoppers a spot to drop their purchases, pick up a claim check and continue to roam the market without lugging around their plants, produce and heavy bags. See the Veggie Valet tent (at headquarters!) for details.

Help us reduce plastic bags at the Market!

 

Remember! Leash-permits required for dogs at the Market.

To keep everyone safe:

  • Dogs at the Market are required to wear a Market leash.
  • The leash-permit is a onetime fee of $10, a portion of which goes to animal welfare agencies (you can use a leash from a previous year!)
  • Dogs and handlers are expected to follow Market guidelines.

The goal of the program is to make the Market a safer place for our pets and our guests! Read full details regarding leash-permits here.

From the Friends of the Farmers’ Market:

We need volunteers to be a part of the Market! Email Tricia at volunteer@collsfofm.org or stop by the Get Up Collingswood! event on May 17th to learn more.

More Collingswood:

Saturday is also Free Comic Book Day at the Collingswood Public Library! Getcha comics on (and say cheese with a stormtrooper!), 11am-1pm. Details here!

Come back Sunday for Clover Market in Collingswood! The popular roving Clover Market makes its grand return to Collingswood on May 7! Enjoy browsing more than 100 vendors with jewelry, items for the home, photographs, vintage goods and more at this day-long shopping event. You can also as grab fare from a selection of food trucks and continue shopping and eating at all of the terrific stores and restaurants in Collingswood’s stunning downtown. Make it a day! May 7 and October 8, rain or shine.

 

“The Market is like Club Collingswood.” -Unknown