Market Day – Vendor Info

Market Day is October 5, 2019, 10:00am to 4:00pm. No Rain Date.

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MARKET DAY 2019 IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING BOOTH APPLICATIONS! Thanks for your interest & please apply early next spring to secure your space.

Local Business & Corporate Support
Market Day is supported by generous sponsorships and donations by local businesses and supporters. To discuss how your business can reach a broad audience of 3,000+ people at Market Day, contact us at

The Vendor Experience

The following addresses typical vendor questions. Please also read the Vendor Terms and Conditions.

  • Market Day is held outdoors on pavement and all vendors supply & install their own furniture, signs & tents. Crafters cannot stake into the ground; there are limited grassy spaces reserved for colonial reenactors & demonstrators.
  • We typically welcome 3000 visitors, but it depends on the weather.
  • Electricity is not available, except to musicians.
  • No Internet or WiFi; vendors must use their own mobile satellite / LTE data plans to process credit card payments.
  • There is no rain date for the event, and the event could be cancelled by organizers due to moderate-to-light precipitation, high winds, or other precarious situations. The event has a history of remaining open during damp, cold, hot, and light drizzle conditions.
  • Vendor move-in begins at 7:00 am the morning of the event, and tear down cannot happen until 4:00 pm, or when event organizers officially close the event, whichever happens first.
  • All vendor vehicles & trailers must be removed from the event area and parked off-site prior to 8:30 am. Parking in Newtown is free. Vendor parking is arranged in the Stocking Works, several blocks away. Arrangements can be made for those with Handicapped parking placards, but spaces are limited.
  • Most vendors are placed adjacent to private residential properties; please be respectful of your assigned space, and please remove all trash when leaving.
  • Market Day hosts Revolutionary War reenactors who may periodically discharge their weapons using blank ammunition. This noise is loud and can be startling, especially to infants & dogs.
  • Other than colonial demonstrators & reenactors, vendors are not required to wear colonial era costumes – although it can elevate your interactions with guests.
  • Newtown Borough Police will be present at this event; please report all suspicious and disruptive activities directly to police officers.

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Upcoming Events

General Membership Meeting

October 21 @ 7:30 pm

Learn about the Bucks County Recorder of Deeds, Robin Robinson’s effort to preserve the history of Bucks County landowners. She will discuss the effort to restore the county’s deed books and more. Also see a sampling of some of the more than 400 deeds in the NHA archives.


General Membership Meeting

November 18 @ 7:30 pm

Learn about Bucks County history from acclaimed local historian and columnist, Carl LaVo. His curiosity and knowledge about all things Bucks County are both informative and entertaining.


Holiday Open House Tour

December 7 @ 10:00 am

On Saturday, December 7th, celebrate the beauty of the season with the Newtown Historic Association’s 57th holiday house tour.



The Edward Hicks Room

The Newtown Historic Association invites you back in time to experience the life of Newtown's most famous artist, Edward Hicks. The Edward Hicks Room displays many of the treasurers owned by Hicks during his lifetime. These items include a double-faced swinging sign portraying William Penn's Treaty with the Indians and Penn's Landing at Chester in 1844...learn more


We invite you to sign up to stay informed of upcoming events, educational programs and community activities. Most are held in our historic Half Moon Inn, a tavern in the early days of Newtown, and are open to the public.

Join the celebration of our past and help ensure the preservation of our future.