SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Free Market will open its doors for two consecutive Saturdays, April 25 and May 2, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the City of Summit Transfer Station.

The popular series is run by The Summit Free Market Committee, a student-run initiative that hosts seasonal events at the Transfer Station where residents are able to bring reusable, yard-sale quality items to share, and take whatever they may want or need at no charge.

“The Summit Free Market is an important community event,” explains Beth D. Kinney, Director of Community Services for the City of Summit. “For the past seven seasons, Free Market volunteers have worked together to organize material and find new homes for quality goods that would have otherwise been discarded.”  

Since its inception in 2008, the Summit Free Market has been staffed by more than 500 students, and has kept over 100 tons of reusable material from the waste stream.
 
 
The City of Summit Transfer Station is located at 40 New Providence Road.