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April 08, 2015

Clover Market moves to the 'burbs for spring

Popular art & vintage market opens outdoors

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Clover Market Carrie Hill Photography/Clover Market

Clover Market will be at Chestnut Hill and Bryn Mawr this season.

Clover Market is headed back outside for its spring shopping dates. For four dates over April, May and June, Clover Market will bring dozens of antiques, handmade crafts, art and jewelry vendors -- as well as food vendors for snacking, of course -- to shoppers.

Sunday, April 12 the market will head to Chestnut Hill and Sundays April 26, May 17 and June 7 it will take place in Bryn Mawr. The list of vendors attending each of the markets varies, but those interested in specific attendees can sign up for Clover Market's email newsletter or check their Facebook for updates before each show.

Antiques dealers freshvintage, Picked Vintage and This Pretty Life are on this season's line up. Handmade vendors include Christine Shirley, Dop Dop Designs and Old Blood Designs and art from Laura K. Murdoch, Manayunk Calligraphy and Black Heart Letterpress will appear this season. 

Occurring rain or shine, the markets are located close to shopping districts, ATMs and portable toilets. Dogs are welcome and there will be crafty activities available for children.

Clover Market

Sundays April 12 (Chestnut Hill) & 26, May 17 and June 7 (Bryn Mawr)
10 a.m.-5 p.m. | Free admission
Chestnut Hill: 25 W. Highland Ave., along Highland Ave. to Germantown Ave.
Bryn Mawr: N. Bryn Mawr Ave. between Morris Ave. and W. Lancaster Ave.