Sunday’s Community Market Adds Vendors, Kids’ Activities


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The Verona Chamber of Commerce’s Verona Community Market, which had a soft launch last month, is kicking off in earnest this Sunday, June 5. The open-air market is located at 271 Grove Avenue in Verona, near The Compound Coffee Co. and will open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Market activities and vendors, all local small businesses and non-profits, will change throughout the summer. This Sunday’s kids activities include free face painting from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and a yoga class at noon.

Food vendors this Sunday are Paolo’s Kitchen, The Thai Elephant, Vegan Meatballin’, Crumbtastic, and Eden’s Sweet Ideas.

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The businesses and non-profits include Parcel of Cheer, The Performing Arts Project NJ, Sweet Fig, Alpha Fit Club, I Love Sara’s Nails, Urban League of Essex County, Kitsune Tale Productions, JW1LoveDesigns, The Youngsters, Stoneclean Soap, Scout & Cellar, Wilson Family Farms, Sparkles Bling Beauty, Peluso Orthodontics, Cannapalooza Nursery, Eriimarie Tie-dyes, MamasteCalm, Something Clay, SimplyBSkin and JAÉ candles + co.

Local small businesses can apply to be vendors at future markets by filling out this form. Vendors can apply for one of four four-week spots at a cost of $100 for the four weeks. If you have any questions about the market, please reach out to Kerry Metzger at 973-479-0548 or by email at [email protected]

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