West Orange Farmers Market Returning to Quigley Parking Lot July 11

July 6, 2014 at 9:16 PM

WEST ORANGE, NJ - The Downtown West Orange Alliance is bringing back the popular Farmers Market to the Quigley Parking Lot on  Friday, July 11, from 12:00 to 6:00 pm.

Last year's move to the Quigley Parking Lot, located at the intersection of Eagle Rock Avenue, Main Street and MIssissippi Avenue, saw a surge in sales and the number of participating vendors, and this year proves to be on track for the same.

Stony Hill Farms will return with a large variety of produce and sweets for sale, perfect for a summer snack.  Stony Hill Farms is a family business run by Carol & Dale Davis. Aside from traveling to famers markets, Stony Hill Farms runs a Maze fun park that runs from September through November, perfect for a day out with the family.

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Another long time vendor is Caryn Feldman of Gourmet Nuts & Dried Fruit LLC,  who offers a wide variety of nuts and dried fruits to choose from at competetive prices. They are a local business, based in East Hanover and sell in 35 farmers markets in New Jersey and New York.

Expect to see some more vendors and unique foods for sale. Tap Into West Orange will be there to cover the grand opening and report on what's happening. The Farmers Market is slated to run Fridays from July 11 - October 31.

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