Join us on Sunday April 14 from 10-4 pm in historic downtown Chestnut Hill for the season opener of Clover Market’s Spring Season. This Market will feature 90+ carefully curated vendors (list below at the bottom of this page) with a wide variety of handmade and vintage goods along with food trucks, live music, and an abundance of shopping options in the charming, cobblestone-lined streets around us. The Market is produced in partnership with the Chestnut Hill Business District, and we thank them for their support!

Please note that the vendor application is closed and all spots are filled.


The Market is located right in the heart of downtown Chestnut Hill. You can point your GPS to 25 W. Highland Ave, or head to the intersection of W. Highland Ave and Germantown Ave, directly across from Robertson’s Flowers. Our vendors are set up all along W. Highland Ave and in the entire 25 W. Highland Ave lot (also known as the Turquoise Lot).

Additional Details

You can read all of our Market FAQ’s and see all of the vendors participating this season in the Vendor Gallery.

The Market is held outdoors rain or shine. A cancellation is possible in the case of severe or dangerous weather (e.g. lightning, all day heavy rain, or excessive wind). In general, our go/no go decisions are always made by Saturday mid-day at the latest. You can always check our social media accounts for any updates.

The Market is FREE to attend and family-friendly. On-leash, well-socialized dogs are welcome!

The City of Philadelphia has implemented a plastic bag ban to cut down on single use plastic waste. Please help us do our part and bring your own reusable bag.

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for vendor sneak peeks the week prior to the Market.


Parking is available throughout Chestnut Hill in any of the Parking Foundation lots (shown with a “P” on the map below) or any available street parking. The Clover Market vendors are in the Turquoise Lot and all along W. Highland Ave; the Market area is shown in green on the map below.

Participating Vendors

Stay tuned for the Market map which will be posted the week of the event.

Food and Beverage: Clean Plate Club, La Llamita Vegana, Mom Mom’s, Redstone Pizza || Flour & Oats Artisan Cookies, Waffles, Many Hands Coffee

228 Grant Street Candle Co.
As the Crow Flies & Co
Big Love Botanicals
Bluestem Botanicals
Bohemia River
Brixxy & Co.
Champagne on a Wednesday
Christine Shirley
Clay Rocket Studio
Cloude skincare
Crooked Curiosities
Dial V for Vintage
Felt Up by Amelia
Fern Collective
Fiona’s Revival
Fishtown Pickle Project
Floral & Found
Goodlands Food Co.
Goodnews Workshop
Gritwell, LLC
Home & Skillet
Ian M Petrie Ceramics
Izy and Oly
JANE Vintage
Jenifer Lee Baldwin Ceramics
JFOX Jewelry
Joan Ramone
Jules Artwear
Kabyco Designs
Knots on Euclid
Laura K. Murdoch Fine Art
Le and Lo Goods
MAB Handmade Ceramics
Maria Maurio
Me and Phoebe
Melissa Schulz Creative
MESC Designs
MidMod Decor
Milk Machine Vintage
Miss Millie Ceramics
Mixtape Paper Co.
Modest Transitions
Natural Order Handmade
North Ferry Hats
Nutty Novelties
Oh D’Luxe Candle Company
Old Iron Vintage
Patrick Michael Accessories
Picked Vintage
Piggyback Treats Company
Raysun Design
Resist Ceramics
Rocks and Salt
RuxiTirisi Designs
Sab’s Stuffies
Sacred Vessel Arts
Sarah Draws Things
Sew Much Cooler
Spartan Made Quality Carry
Stone Cooper
Studio BCH
Studio Fernes
studio tuesday
Summit Goods Company
Sundry Mornings Spice Co
Susan Rifkin Jewelry Designs
The Early Bird
The Mid-Century Sisters
The Saturday Evening Experience
Thistle and Torch Artisan Jewelry
Timber Lane Handcrafted
Twist Style
Walking Olive
West Oak Design
Wild Ones Collections
Wrong World Ceramics

A Few Last Notes
  • Our wonderful vendors and our onsite team need time to properly set up, so we kindly ask that customers not arrive before 10 am (i.e. we don’t do early bird sales). That will allow us to create the best shopping experience for everyone!
  • Public transit can be taken to the Chestnut Hill Market (just take SEPTA to the Chestnut Hill West station). It’s a very short walk to the Market from there. We also encourage our customers to walk, bike, or carpool whenever possible.
  • Cash is king, but our vendors accept credit cards as well. There are several ATM’s nearby on Germantown Ave.
  • There are portable toilets available in the main parking lot by the food trucks. The Market is on pavement and handicapped-accessible.
  • On-leash, well-socialized dogs are always welcome at our event. The Market can be noisy and at times crowded (and the pavement can get hot in the late spring months), so just use your judgment when deciding whether to bring your pet.