Reminder: The Market has moved! Visit us in our NEW downtown location in Muni Lot 9 (537 Franklin Avenue). Parking is available in Lot 7 and Lot 9 (enter behind Bella Luce).

This week's Market Walk & Talk will take a special route and stop by the stunning Mountsier-Hardie Garden. RSVP at or just meet at the Greenutley tent at 8:15am for our scenic 3-mile loop that steps off at 8:30am. Nutley Family Service Bureau Executive Director Eileen Painter will lead the way. This walk is a sneak peek for NFSB's Garden Party fundraisertaking place on Sun Sep 23 4:30-7:30pm at the Mountsier-Hardie GardenLearn more/buy tickets online at

Seems gardens are our theme this week! Dave Wilson, a local gardener with 40 years' experience, will be available at 10am to answer your questions on organic gardening practices such as lawn care, fall & winter vegetable garden activities, and planning for next year. You'll also find Dave on as “Gardening with Inspector Dave” in podcasts and video lessons that take the mystery out of organics.

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It's Civic Pride Day where we showcase some of the wonderful Nutley organizations that reflect our community spirit, volunteerism, and good will among neighbors. Stop by and chat with the Nutley Chamber of CommerceTown Historian of Nutley John DemmerRotary Club of NutleyNutley Thriving Survivors, and League of Women Voters of the Nutley Area (ready to register you to vote!).

This week, shop Asprocolas AcresBuon AntipastoEmpanada LadyGourmet Nuts & Dried FruitHoboken Farms, Layton Florals (FEATURED!), Pallotta Hot SaucePickles Olives Etc.Tea Thyme Sweet & Savory, and Treelicioius Orchards.

We're excited to welcome back musical guestTempo Music whose mission is to promote the emotional and social well-being of individuals and families through a variety of creative arts therapyservices, music instruction, and yoga for all ages.

Your donations of non-perishables are welcome this week to stock the Nutley Family Service Bureau Food Pantry. Seniors, have your Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers doubled (just stop by the Greenutley tent) and be sure to use them by the end of the 2018 Market season on Oct 28.

Looking ahead...our annual Green Day at the Market takes place next week (Sep 23). If your green business/organization in interested in bringing your products, services, or ideas to the community,  contact our Market ManagerMeredith Blank at or 973-284-4951, xt. 2424 to participate.

See you at the Market!

Locally yours,
Mayor Joseph Scarpelli and Greenutley