Hopatcong Marketplace Announces Community Day – November 14th

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The largest Marketplace in Sussex County that featured 80+ weekly vendors that providee feature Food • Artisans • Local Businesses • Vintage Items • Farm Produce, is having a community day on November 14, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

This marketplace that has exceeded everyone’s expectations is adding a day to give back to the community in the following two areas. Drop-off boxes will be available for…

Food Drive In1Canned Goods for Community Center Drive:

The Hopatcong Community Center continues to serve those in our community that is in need and would appreciate your drop-off cans goods that well them fulfill these needs.

SToys for Tots In1cout Pack 88 – Toy of Tots Drive

The Scouts 88 are driving the local Toys for Tots Campaign, which means you can drop off new unwrapped toys & gift cards for our local community to make their Christmas a little brighter.


Drop Off On-Site for both items are as follows. or if you miss your chance, drop-offs for both are always welcome at the following:

After Event - Drop-Off Location for Both Items:

Location: Hopatcong Community Center

47 Hopatchung Road Hopatcong, NJ 07843 (Near Walgreens)

Hours: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (M – F)

Phone: (973) 810-3238

Contact: Dawn Roberts at droberts@hopatcong.org

Attending the Largest Marketplace in Sussex County:

Be prepared to be amazed at the level of craftsmanship that goes into each item for sale, as you cruise the different isles of vendors that bring their absolute best to the marketplace. It also features full farm produce, and multiple food vendors to keep you happy and content.

Here is over 2-Minute Overview of Last Weeks Marketplace:

 

Also, remember the Giving Tree being launched by the Hopatcong Community Center.

Related Articles: Hopatcong Community Center – 2nd Annual Giving Tree – Starts November 16th


 

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