Over 70 Vendors Confirmed for Oct. 16 Clover Market with Art, Antiques,Vintage & Handmade
Ardmore, PA, October 07, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The second fall Clover Market on Oct. 16 is scheduled tobe the largest to date, with over 70 carefully selected vendors selling art, antiques, vintage clothing and jewelry, and fine handcrafted items.“The response from the dealers and artists to Clover has been tremendous, and I know attendees will bethrilled with the quality and variety of items they will find this month," said Janet Long, Clover Marketfounder. "There is simply no other show in the area which gathers so many sellers in one location, with akeen focus on high quality vintage and handmade items at really accessible prices."The Market will be held from 10 am-4 pm, rain or shine, in the municipal parking lot at 12 E. LancasterAvenue (and a portion of Cricket Terrace which will be closed for the event) in downtown Ardmore. TheMarket is free to the public. The final fall date is Nov. 6 and spring 2012 dates will be announced shortly.There are a total of 12 sellers who are participating for the first time at Clover in October: All ThingsBelle (craft), Bucks Scenes (art), Buttercup Jewelry, Charms City Company (jewelry), Crash Pad Designs(craft), Hello Bluebird Shop (art), Hinterland Vintage (vintage clothing), Hooten Nanny (antiques), JayO'Brien (art), Rachel Shoshana (jewelry), Sardine Clothing Company (craft), and Tadpole Creations(craft).Those interested in receiving an email with a confirmed list of participating sellers can sign up on thewebsite. "This is a great way to be able to plan your trip to the Market given the variety of dealers wehave participating from month to month," said Long. "I would also encourage people to follow us onFacebook and to check back often to the website for updated information on our confirmed vendors andany special announcements."On the food front, Clover welcomes new vendor (and local favorite) Cupcakes Gourmet which willfeaturing a fantastic selection of mini cupcakes to satisfy everyone's sweet tooth. The November Marketwill add Brulee Bakery and JPM Catering to the mix of existing Ardmore-based food vendors.Live music will be provided from 12-2 pm by Narberth-based bluegrass quartet Rock Creek. The featurednon-profit in October is the Main Line YMCA, and lead sponsor Main Line Media News will have a tablewith free balloons for all of the kids in attendance.The Market is located in the downtown Ardmore business district which contains a mix of restaurants andsmall specialty shops. It is also within easy walking distance to the popular Suburban Square shoppingcenter 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 businessauthority, and is sponsored for the second year in a row by Main Line Media News and Main Line TodayMagazine.