Nutley Farmers Market

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Participating Vendors Entertainment Schedule Market Walk and Talk
EBT Machine Food Pantry Donations Senior Farmers Market Vouchers

Nutley Farmers Market News & Happenings!
** 2019 MARKS OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY **

Thank you to all that came out and supported our first ever Winter Market in February!


** OUTDOOR MARKET RETURNS THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2019 ** 

Week 2 Newsletter


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If you are a vendor and are interested in participating in our 2019 market, please email our Market Managers

The Nutley Farmers Market, established in 2009, features live musical entertainment and a wide variety of fresh regionally-grown produce, as well as cut flowers, homemade cheese, dried fruit and fresh nuts, pickles, bread and more.  The market helps New Jersey family farmers; enables people to meet, talk to and ask questions of the person who grew their food; brings shoppers into our local business districts; and is a great place to meet friends and neighbors.

The Market runs Sundays from mid-June through October of each season and takes place in Downtown Nutley in Municipal Parking Lot 9 at 537 Franklin Avenue, from 9am to 2pm.

Quick Facts About the Township of Nutley and the Nutley Farmers Market

  • Nutley Township is a suburban residential community of approximately 28,000.
  • The Market is located in a municipal parking lot in our downtown business district within biking and walking distance for many residents.
  • Only Sunday Market in Essex County.
  • Only Sunday Market within a 12 mile radius of our township.

Participating Vendors - 2019

(as of 6/9/19 - keep checking back as new vendors are added!)

Featured Vendor Program

In order to introduce new vendors into the Nutley Farmers Market we have begun a featured vendor program!  Featured vendors are at the Market on selected dates. Stay tuned for additional vendors and dates as the season progresses!

Live Entertainment at the Market

FarmersMarketMusicWeb.png We are pleased to present LIVE entertainment each and every week featuring local musicians and groups.  Entertainment is provided from 10am - 1pm.  Picnic tables are provided for patrons to relax and listen to sounds while also catching up with friends and neighbors.

If you or your musical group would like to perform at the market, please email our market managers.





2019 Entertainment Schedule

Updated: 6/3/19

June 16 Nutley School of Music August 25 TBA
June 23 Jeff and Karen September 1 Vince Villanueva
June 30 Swampgrass Jug Band September 8 Jeff and Karen
July 7 TBA September 15 TBA
July 14 Anthony Meola & Friends September 22 Anthony Meola & Friends
July 21 Eddie Machado September 29 TBA
July 28 Eddie Machado October 6 TBA
August 4 Swampgrass Jug Band October 13 High Milage
August 11 Eddie Machado October 20 Vince Villanueva
August 18 Matt Runciman October 27 Cassidy Rain

Market Walk and Talk - 2019 Theme: Sustainability Sundays

2019 Market Walk & Talk Flyer 041819.jpgNutley Farmers Market Walk & Talk helps Market patrons get fit AND informed during their weekly visit to the Market.

Every Sunday during the Market season, walkers can join a featured leader for a 3-mile scenic loop. During the walk, participants can ask the leader questions within their area of expertise in a relaxed, informal setting. Walkers meet at the Nutley Farmers Market at 8:15am, step off at 8:30am, and return to the Market to stock up for the week ahead.

Market Walk & Talk leaders come from a wide variety of disciplines, including health, wellness, fitness, education, government, law, art, design, writing, and more.

Market Walk & Talk is funded in part by a grant to the Nutley Department of Health from Partners for Health Foundation whose mission is to make our communities healthier, better places to live.

Special Events at the Market

Special events take place throughout the season such as demonstrations, contests, book signings, art-making, and outreach days with community organizations and school groups. Sponsored by the Department of Public Works, special recycling days focus on items that aren't picked up during our regular curbside collection.

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EBT Machine

Further supporting access to healthy foods for all, our EBT Machine gives eligible residents (SNAP, WIC, FMNP) more opportunity to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, and packaged foods. Supported by a grant from New Jersey Healthy Communities Network funded by Partners for Health Foundation.

Food Pantry Donations

Help neighbors in need by bringing donations of non-perishable food or funds to stock the NFSB Food Pantry. Donations of fresh produce also welcome every other Market.

Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Vouchers

The Township of Nutley is partnering with Essex County's Department of Health & Senior Services to provide financial assistance for senior citizens in the Township through the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. We will be doubling SFMNP vouchers so our eligible seniors will receive an additional $25!

If you are a low-income senior, or know of one who might benefit from this program, please contact the Meredith Blank at the Department of Public Affairs at (973) 284-4976 or mblank@nutleynj.org .

10 Reasons Why to Shop at a Farmers Market

  1. Freshly picked ripe food is at its peak in flavor and nutrition. FarmersMarket2.jpg
  2. Shopping at farmers markets supports your local farmers and keeps the money you spend closer to your neighborhood.
  3. Fresh fruit and vegetables are full of antioxidants and phytonutrients.
  4. It’s a great way to get your kids involved.
  5. Farmers markets can be important anchors for vibrant communities.
  6. Buy foods and see how they fit with ChooseMyPlate.
  7. Farmers often have good recommendations on ways to prepare their products.
  8. You can try a new fruit or vegetable!
  9. SNAP and WIC cards are accepted at most farmers markets.
  10. Farmers markets are easy to find.

Source: www.nutrition.gov