VVJ “Out and About”: The Clover Market

Vintage Vinyl Journals was pleased to be a part of the Clover Market in Ardmore, PA on April 15th. The Clover Market deems itself as a great place for “lucky finds for the home!”

“The Clover Market is an upscale vintage outdoor market in Ardmore PA (just outside Philly) featuring antiques & collectibles, vintage jewelry & clothing, handmade items, original art & artisan crafts. They celebrate everything that’s unique, unusual, and handmade for the home. The Market is a wonderful place where collectors, emerging and experienced artists, designers, and craftspeople can have their own shop for the day.”

The event was well organized and well attended and was a great way to meet new people and talk to other music lovers. It was a warm spring day and the ambiance was spectacular. The response to VVJ was superb! It got so busy that we even had to recruit some last minute family members who biked to the show. Thankfully they were able to step in and help with sales (Thanks J.D.!). We did not even sit down once it was so busy!

Thank you to the Clover Market for organizing such a great event! The Clover Market will be held again in May and June and three more dates in the Fall. Check out the event photos below:

VVJ “Out and About”: the local Open House & Artists/Artisans Showcase

Vintage Vinyl Journals was pleased to be a part of a local artists and artisans showcase at the local restaurant in Souderton, PA on March 25th. the local serves up all locally-sourced (hence the name) products from right in our backyard – “farm to table” – they even have a just-tilled gardening bed awaiting the last sign of freezing temperatures where veggies and herbs will be grown for their dishes!

The event was a great way to meet new people and to showcase locally handmade items in our area.  I am always amazed at the amount of creative talent that lies among us and the support received from the public.  The ambiance was spectacular and the sun came out just as the event was kicking off.   We even experienced two trains coming through, one just has the live music was kicking off (as shown in the photos below).

Thank you to the local and other businesses and venues that support the community and provide a way to showcase local talent and businesses!  You Guys Rock!