Jenn Hall Writes

Inside Jersey: Feast at the Flea Market

The Columbus Farmers Market started in 1919 as a cattle and horse auction and, in 1929, moved from town center to its present location along Route 206. Now spanning 200-plus acres, it is the oldest and largest flea market in the Delaware Valley. Its cavernous buildings house a produce market, a garden center — and just about anything else you can imagine. Amid the vintage LPs and used “good-luck horseshoes” (just $1 each), a world of food awaits. Read more…

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Published in the September 2016 issue

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