The popular Hoboken farmers’ market Rummage & Ruffage has officially moved indoors for the winter and will be featuring over a dozen vendors tomorrow, plus some live music and wine to kick off the holiday season.
The market, which for the last two years has been held on the lawn of Church of The Holy Innocents, starts at 9AM tomorrow and runs until 2PM at 6th Street and Willow Avenue. Rummage and Ruffage held their first indoor market inside the church at the end of October and will be expanding on that with a bunch of diverse vendors, which range from vegan hot dog makers Yeah Dawg to farm-fresh meats from Bone-In Food.
All proceeds from the market will go to Friends of the Holy Innocents, who are seeking to restore the 19th-century gothic-style church. The group is working with C + C Architecture on a plan to revitalize the structure, which they wish to turn into a community center that could host weddings, parties and other events.
A dry run for the “parties” portion has already begun, as the church played host to an elegant farm to table dinner put on by Bone-In last Friday night. The seven-course dinner sold out before the group could even promote it and the next one will take place sometime in January, although no date has been set.
Rummage and Ruffage will have another indoor market on December 17th further into the winter and Christmas trees will be arriving soon on the lawn of the church for purchase. The full lineup for tomorrow’s market includes:
- Bone-In Food (farm direct meats)
- Pastry By Vivianne (pies & baked goods)
- Grandma Downtown (specialty breads)
- From the Forest Foods (mushrooms and exotic foods)
- Paolo’s Kitchen (Italian food and sauces)
- Yeah Dawg (vegan hot dogs)
- Om Sweet Home (gluten-free bakery)
- Zesty Kitchen (plant-based foods)
- Drink Grapeful (wine vendor)
- Taproot Organics (soap makers)
- Scrumptious Secrets of Vermont (gift boxes)
- Mini-Threads (children’s clothes)
- Oh Honey Apiaries
- Gourmet Nuts and Fruits
- Christina Andersen Floral Design