Bryn Mawr, PA, September 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The award-winning Clover Market kicks off its sixth fall outdoor season on Sunday Sept 13 in downtown Chestnut Hill PA and continues with additional Sunday Markets on Oct 4, Oct 25, and Nov 8 in downtown Bryn Mawr PA. The open-air Markets are held from 10 am to 5 pm, rain or shine (cancellation for severe or dangerous weather only).
Each Market features a changing lineup of over 100 carefully selected vendors with antiques and collectibles, finely handcrafted items, original art, vintage clothing, vintage jewelry and architectural salvage. The Markets also include the popular food truck lineup, free kids' crafts, and live music (a new feature) in addition to the dining and retail options available in both downtown locations. A complete vendor list and gallery has been posted to the Market website.
The Chestnut Hill Market is located in the parking lot at 25 W. Highland Ave. and along W. Highland Ave from the parking lot to Germantown Ave. The Bryn Mawr Market is located along N. Bryn Mawr Ave. from Lancaster Ave to Morris Ave., just next to the Bryn Mawr train station.
The Markets are free, family and dog-friendly, and easily accessible by car or public transit. For customers who drive, there are several large parking lots nearby in both locations in addition to street parking. Maps of the parking options and directions are available on the Market website.
The opening day food truck lineup includes Delicias, Eat-A-Pita, Mompops, Mucho Bueno, Oink and Moo BBQ, ReAnimator Coffee, Street Food Philly, Seoul Full Philly, and Weckerly's Ice Cream. Local bluegrass band Tookany Creek will play from 1-4 pm in the main vendor lot, and free kids' crafts will be provided by The Waldorf School of Philadelphia, Refugia, and Nest Chestnut Hill. There will also be a meet and greet of adoptable animals from Brenda's Cat Rescue, and a selection of Chestnut Hill retailers will gather in the Retailers' Courtyard next to the main vendor lot to give a taste of the local shopping scene.
Additional community partners will participate in the Bryn Mawr dates with free kids' crafts and information including Finding Shelter Animal Rescue, Main Line Health, Refugia, Sweet Mabel Folk Art & Fine Craft, The Handwork Studio, The Main Line Art Center and The Play Cafe.
Market founder Janet Long says, "I am so happy to be returning to both locations this fall with a great group of high quality vendors; they truly represent the best of the best from our area, and beyond. Coming to Clover is a wonderful way to support small, local artisans and dealers in a vibrant and fun outdoor setting. With 170 vendors and over 20 food trucks participating over the course of the season, there's something for everyone to enjoy."
Clover is sponsored by Main Line Media News (title sponsor) and Main Line Today Magazine, and is produced in cooperation with the Chestnut Hill Business Association and Bryn Mawr Business Association.
More information about the Market can be found at www.theclovermarket.com or by following "Clover Market" on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.