Ardmore, PA, September 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Fall opening day for the Clover Market - an "upscale vintage" outdoor market featuring 60+ sellers with original art, antiques, vintage clothing and jewelry, and finely crafted handmade items - will be held on Sunday, Sept. 18 from 10 am–4 pm, rain or shine, in the municipal parking lot at 12 E. Lancaster Avenue in downtown Ardmore. The Market is free and open to the public. The other fall dates are Oct. 16, and Nov 6. The spring 2012 dates are TBA.
“We had our largest number of applications to date this season, and we will be expanding onto the adjacent street (Cricket Terrace) to accommodate all of our accepted sellers,” said Janet Long, Clover market founder. “I am just thrilled with the response from sellers and from the tremendous support from the community for Clover. In just this first Market alone, we have 25 sellers who are participating for the first time, providing a really nice mix of former and new sellers. I think shoppers will be thrilled with the affordable, unique, and high quality items we feature.”
Some of the participating dealers on opening day include (Antiques – Cherry Acres, In With the Old, Larkspur Interiors, Meadowsweet Vintage, Nannygoat Antiques, Olde Good Things, Reclaimed Crafts, trove; Vintage Jewelry/Clothing - Hinterland Vintage, Greatest Friend, Gypsy Barn Market, joeyfivecents, Salvation Nation, t8 designs; Art and Artisan Craft - Art Star, Chirp and Bloom, Christine Shirley, Fiorella Jewelry, Kaye Rachelle, Kristen Solecki, Lura Jewelry, Penelope & Anastasia, Tree & Kimball and many more.
Details about the fall season sellers are on the website in the "Fall Sellers" section, and many have been featured in the "Seller Profiles" section of the blog. Anyone interested in receiving a confirmed list of sellers participating at each Market can sign up for the email list on the website and are encouraged to check back often to the Clover Facebook page and to follow @clovermarket on Twitter. The website also contains details about parking and directions for attendees.
Clover will again feature food from local Ardmore businesses including Carlinos, Firinji, Peace a Pizza, and A Taste of Olive. Live music will be provided in the afternoon by local musician Art Miron, and free crafts will be provided by the Main Line Art Center's Arts Alive Mobile. The featured non-profits are Main Line School Night and Alex's Lemonade Stand.
The Market is located in the downtown Ardmore business district which contains a mix of restaurants and small specialty shops. It is also within easy walking distance to the popular Suburban Square shopping center and the Ardmore train station, making access from both the city and suburbs convenient.
Clover is produced in close cooperation and with the support of the Ardmore Initiative, the local business authority, and is sponsored for the second year in a row by Main Line Media News and Main Line Today Magazine.
More information at www.theclovermarket.com.