Earth Fair

Green Vendors Wanted

Join us as an earth-friendly exhibitor at Merchantville’s Earth Fair on May 9th. Applicants must support our green message. We welcome vendors with products or information about reducing our carbon footprint, sustainability, recycling or repurposing. In keeping with a strong environmental commitment, the event will be zero waste and all registrants must indicate in their application what environmental educational message or product you will be promoting at the event. Organizers reserve the right to disqualify vendor applications that do not have an environmental message to convey or product to sell. We require that all wastes (bags, to-go containers, cups, drinking straws, etc.) generated during the event must either be recyclable or compostable. Booth registration is FREE. This event is rain or shine. Register through Eventbrite.


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Merchantville's Earth Fair

Mark your calendars and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day at Merchantville’s Earth Fair on Saturday, May 9th from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This FREE event is sponsored by The Borough of Merchantville and The Merchantville Task Force and, hosted by the Borough’s Sustainability Partners – The Green Team, The Garden Club, Incredible Edible Merchantville, The Shade Tree Commission, The MES Junior Green Team and Merchantville 4H Club. The fair will feature eco-friendly exhibitors, non-profits, and businesses from the greater South Jersey area at booths on waste recycling, pollinator gardens, reducing your carbon footprint, backyard chickens, natural health, electric cars and edible landscaping. Attendees of all ages will learn about earth-friendly topics, environmental issues, green practices and simple lifestyle changes to attain sustainable living. The fair will also offer lots of children’s activities, educational programs, demonstrations, live animals, music, food and games. Merchantville’s Earth Fair will provide a great opportunity to enjoy a day in our historic downtown learning about environmental issues and simple, sustainable living solutions. Vendors may submit applications here.

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