Mercer County, N.J. is adding a bunch of EV charging stations. It was announced that 11 new charging stations went online in June. One of these chargers has been installed at the Trenton Farmers Market. This is a duel port level 2 charger that gives about 10 to 20 miles for one hour of charging. The fee is $1 for four hours of charging. After four hours the fee is $5 per hour. The goal of these new chargers is help raise awareness of environmental benefits from electric vehicles. More info available at electricfuelexpert.com
Trenton Farmers Market on Spruce Street in Lawrence Township offers a great selection of fresh fruits and vegetables. There is also a great variety of vendors of baked goods. Note that some vendors are more expensive than others so you will need to search for a deal. Everything you might need is available for the numerous vendors. Many locals refer to this market as historic because it’s been around a while. Established in 1939.
Look for these farms:
Corner Copia Farms
Cranberry Hall Farm
Russo’s Fruit and Vegetable Farm
Hours – Wednesday-Saturday 9am-6pm Sunday 9am-3pm
The Golden Nugget Antique Market in Lambertville, New Jersey is a combination of both indoor and outdoor market that sells a variety of products like antiques and arts that started operating in 1967. Each week, it is visited by a number of people scavenging for price-worthy antiques and cheap-finds. The Golden Nugget Antique Market also offers a wide range of other vintage items like home furniture, clothing, jewelry, Victorian collectibles, sports memorabilia, pottery, books, watches, coins and many more.
The market is also famous for the diversity of home decors that can be bought from here. According to its organizers, people of all ages go to the market to search for things that make them reminisce of their former homes and towns. In addition, customers frequent the market because of the items that turn up unexpectedly. These people enjoy rummaging through the stuffs and hunting for rare items that may be found in Golden Nugget. Furthermore, buyers need not to be shy about inquiring for items as the vendors are friendly and do not hesitate to provide additional information to their customers.
Aside from being an antique market, some sellers also offer other kinds of merchandise and there also a couple of restaurants nearby where people can satiate their hunger after exploring the flea market.
For more information, check out the details below.
Location: 1850 State Highway 29, Lambertville, NJ
Operating Hours: Wednesday (6:00 am- 4:00 pm) / Saturday (6:00 am- 4:00 pm)/ Sunday (6:00 am- 4:00 pm)
Contact number: 609-397-0811
Official website: http://gnflea.com/