Sunday September 12, 2021

10 AM to 4 PM

The award-winning Clover Market is a seasonal open-air market featuring a curated selection of vendors with antiques & collectibles, vintage jewelry & clothing, finely crafted handmade items and original art.  A lineup of some of the area’s most popular food trucks, live music, free kids’ crafting, and meet and greets with the adoptable animals from Finding Shelter rounds out the lineup.  Guests can also plan a day enjoying Chestnut Hill’s walkable downtown filled with shops and restaurants and enjoy the Retailers’ Courtyard right at the Market location featuring selected local retailers.   The detailed vendor lineup will be posted to the Market website.

The event is located all along W. Highland Ave from Germantown Ave to the 25 W. Highland Ave parking lot (vendors will be located in the 25 W. Highland Ave lot as well).  Food trucks are located in the 25 W. Highland Ave parking lot directly behind E.B. O’Reilly and Associates.  The Market location is right in the heart of the business district and a short walk from the Chestnut Hill West SEPTA station.  The event is free and open to the public, and parking options and additional information can be found on the Clover Market website.  Vendor sneak peeks will also be posted the weeks prior to the event on the Market’s Instagram page for customers who want to plan their day or preview some of the merchandise for sale.

For more information, or in case of predicted inclement weather, follow the Market’s InstagramFacebook, and Twitter pages.

Due to the City of Philadelphia’s mandate issued 8/11, masks will be REQUIRED of all attendees regardless of vaccination status (except when sitting to eat).  Thank your for your assistance and understanding.

DATE: the fall Market date is Sept 12, 10-4 pm. Spring 2022 date is TBA.

VENDORS: the confirmed vendor list is posted at the bottom of this page.
SAFETY: you can review our covid and safety policies here. As always our goal is to bring you a safe and enjoyable event while supporting the small businesses who are part of our community in the format we know best (in person!).
LOCATION: the closest GPS is 25 W. Highland Ave which is the parking lot address. The vendors at this Market are located along W. Highland Ave starting at Germantown Ave. (this portion of W. Highland Ave is closed) and fill the entire 25 W. Highland Ave parking lot (aka the Turquoise Lot). Our location is steps from the vibrant business district and the Chestnut Hill West Septa station and is convenient for our customers from Philadelphia, the Main Line, Bucks County and beyond.
The Chestnut Hill market is produced in partnership with the Chestnut Hill Business Association. Check out this fantastic Insider’s Guide to Chestnut Hill that they put together to make a day of your visit.
TIMES & WEATHER:
  • All Markets are open from 10-4 pm, rain or shine.
  • A cancellation is possible in the case of severe or dangerous weather such as lightning, all day heavy rain, or excessive wind. Please check back here and to our social media accounts for any updates.
WHERE TO PARK: all street parking is FREE on Sundays, and the Parking Foundation lots have a very minimal charge ($1/hr or $3/6 hrs). Closest options are:
  • Several nearby parking lots (indicated with a “P” on the map below)
  • Street parking nearby, especially Germantown Ave
OTHER DETAILS:
  • There is no admission charge to attend the outdoor Markets.
  • No early bird sales as our vendors and our onsite team need time to properly set up. We ask that customers do not arrive before 10 am.
  • Public transit can be taken to the Chestnut Hill Market (take the Septa Chestnut Hill East or West line to the last stop). Both are short distance to the event. We also encourage our customers to walk, bike, or carpool whenever possible.
  • Cash is king, but our vendors accept credit cards as well. If you need to replenish cash, there are several ATM’s nearby.
  • There are portable toilets available in the main parking lot immediately to the left of the entry, and the Market is handicapped-accessible.
  • We always have a rotating group of gourmet food trucks and other food vendors.You can also explore the shops and restaurants nearby.
  • On-leash, well-socialized dogs are welcome at our events! 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.
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PARTICIPATING VENDORS:


Food trucks
 (savory, sweet, beverages):Papermill – Home of the Spurrito, Street Food, Waffle Cabin, and Philadelphia Lemonade. Food trucks are now located in the main parking lot.

Music: Couple Days (12-3 pm in the main parking lot).

Antique/Vintage/Handmade Vendors:

228 Grant Street Candle Co.
Abra Couture
Abraham and Elder
Adorned by Aisha
Ah Ha Brands
Aimee Petkus Jewelry
Ameraucana Handmade
Ana Thorne
Articulated Studios
As the Crow Flies & Co
Baby Got Good
Bee Our Guest – Beeswax Wraps
BESPOKE APOTHECARY
Bloom Again Vintage
Blue Ridge Co
bobbinweave
BookGrrl Bindery
Canary Works
Cat Horn Accessory
Champagne on a Wednesday
Christine Shirley
Cooke Paper Cutting
Creatively Obsessed
Dana Bechert Ceramics
Dress Code PHL
Earthencolor
East Coast Alchemy
Editioned by Elizabeth Ayerle
Elizabeth Peyton Creations,llc
freshvintage
GeoMetricGem
GOLD+WATER CO.
GP Candle Co.
Grounded In Vintage
HBN Design
Helen and Eldon Boutique
HENNY FAIRE Co.
Izy and Oly
Jennifer Hoertz Millinery
Joan Ramone
Karen Coston Jewelry
KC Essentials
Knot Your Average Jawn
Laura K. Murdoch fine art
Lily Lough Jewelry
Little Clay Moon
Littlebags by Anna
Maria Maurio
Mason and Monstera
Matilda Mae Candle Company
Me and Phoebe
Meadow & Oak
Mixtape Paper Co
mkc photography
Modest Transitions
Moss & Brooke
no. 27 collection
Oba-Gami Origami House
OLIVE ANTIQUES etc
Paul Carpenter Art
Paws and Claws Couture
Pepper Pop Paper
Petit Jardin en Ville
Piggyback Treats Company
Postage Stamp Jewelry
Rebel Rummage
Relics Revisited
RelovebyLillian
Rose Fritch Jewelry Design
Rotten Pete’s
Sahi New York
Sardine Clothing
Selah Jewelry Design
Sew Much Cooler
SheCre8’s
SHUTTERS AND SAND
Sidewalk Ceramics
Spitfire Designs Jewelry
Stone Cooper
StoneandWares
Sundry Mornings
Textures Bags and Textile Studio
The Aspen Tree
The Early Bird
The Mid-Century Sisters
The Painted Lily
The Pillow Works
The Saturday Evening Experience
Tina Crespo
VERYDONNA
Walking Olive
White Mouse Vintage
Yanina Siani
Yummy and Company