See the October 7, 2018 Facebook event page here!
Clover Market will returns to Collingswood on OCtober 7, 2018, rain or shine, in festival-friendly Collingswood, NJ! Clover Market is a seasonal open-air market featuring more than 100 vendors with antiques & collectibles, vintage jewelry & clothing, finely crafted handmade items and original art. A lineup of food trucks, live music, featured nonprofit organizations, and family-friendly activities rounds out the lineup.
The Clover Market, has received numerous "Best of” awards including "Best Vintage Market" by Flea Market Style Magazine, a "Must-See Outdoor Market" (just one of four in the northeast) by Vintage Style Magazine, "Best Antiques & Vintage Goods" and Best Outdoor Shopping Venue by Main Line Today Magazine, and is regularly featured in local and regional publications for the quality and variety of vendors it features.
The Collingswood Market will be located just off Haddon Ave on Irvin Ave (at the Millennium Clock) and spreading out in the Kitchen & Associates/Zane Schoolhouse lot and along the Atlantic Ave parking lot (the site of the current Saturday Farmers' Market). The Market location is right in the heart of the historic downtown and a short walk from the Borough's PATCO station. It is a short ride on PATCO from Philadelphia and easily accessible to residents in South Jersey and beyond.
The Market is free and open to the public, and the parking options around Collingswood can be found on the Clover Market site and on Collingswood.com. Additional information and vendor inventory sneak peeks can also be found on the Market’s Facebook page for customers who want to plan their day or preview some of the merchandise for sale. Guests can also plan a day enjoying Collingswood's pedestrian friendly downtown filled with shops, services and some of the best restaurants in the region along "South Jersey's Restaurant Row." Many merchants will have specials for Clover Market attendees.
The Market is sponsored by Main Line Media News and Main Line Today Magazine, and is produced in cooperation with several local business associations including the Borough of Collingswood. For more information visit www.theclovermarket.com.