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New Providence Business Community’s Farmers Market Returns June 10

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The New Providence Business Community is proud to present the 2015 Farmers Market returning in June. The market will be open every Wednesday from noon to 6 pm at the New Providence Presbyterian Church on Springfield Avenue, just west of South Street. The market is open rain or shine! The first day of the 2015 season will be on Wednesday, June 10. Make sure you come out to join us. We are looking forward to a great start for the 2015 season. Our farmers are anxious to present their freshest fruits and veggies.

2015 marks our 8th year presenting the Farmer’s Market. We are going to have lots for all to enjoy this season. We look forward to celebrating our success! We are thrilled to be in our 8th year as a market with 2015 being our 3rd year with our gracious hosts, the New Providence Presbyterian Church.

There’s plenty of parking available, and the timing is just right to enjoy a delicious take home dinner, pick up Jersey Fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables, or try an assortment of other delicacies. The New Providence Farmer’s Market features a large selection of items. Make sure to stop by each week because the selection changes as the season goes.

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The market features fruits and vegetables that are Jersey Fresh and only grown locally in New Jersey.  Shoppers will find everything from peaches to blueberries, corn on the cob to potatoes, beets to broccoli, dried apricots to succulent melons, and more.

In addition, the New Providence Farmer’s Market also hosts entertainment and activities throughout the season. We have arts and crafts for kids, music, face painting, and delicious free samples. “Like” our Facebook page to find all the weekly happenings: www.fb.com/NewProvidenceFarmersMarket.

Market sponsor, The New Providence Business Community, supports and gives back to the local community and serves its members by funding and operating community events, such as the 5K Race, Farmer’s Market, The Summer Concerts Series, the Independence Day Celebration, the Street Fair, and the Christmas Walk.

The New Providence Business Community also holds membership meetings to inform, educate, and create a forum for members to exchange ideas and experiences in order to build a proactive and vibrant business community.  For more information about the New Providence Business Community or to become a member, visit www.newprovbiz.com.  For more information about the Farmer’s Market, call our market manager at 908-612-1810 or email us at info@npbpa.com.

The New Providence Business Community would like to extend a huge “Thank You” to the Presbyterian Church for their generosity by allowing us the use of their parking lot for this year’s market.

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