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MONTCLAIR, NJ – An indoor Farmers’ Market is scheduled to begin on Sunday, December 6 at the Old Mogul Theater located at 180 Bloomfield Avenue on the second floor. The market will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and each Sunday thereafter until March 6.

The newly renovated performance venue will open their doors to the public for the very first time with the Grand Opening celebration that will offer an array of fresh produce and will include live entertainment.

The Old Mogul


Theater building is a historic landmark of Montclair that has been revitalized into an intimate concert venue. Live music, produced by Joann Smalls, will feature local artists.

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“We’re excited to offer a healthy resource to the Montclair community,” said Dr. Kazim Mirza of the Indoor Market. “The Market at the Old Mogul will provide healthy food at an affordable price, access to health education, and great music.”

Independent Farmers from the area will bring their finest goods to the Old Mogul Theater, the oldest theater in Montclair, says Mirza. His family has owned the building since the 1980’s and he anticipates the indoor market being the first of many unique additions his venue will provide to the community.

“In addition to the food, every week the Market will host wellness and health professionals to educate the public about different health topics including how diet can improve diabetes, heart disease, obesity, arthritis, thyroid disease, and other wellness options and opportunities,” shared Olivia Whiteman, a wellness coach and one of the Market coordinators.

Local officials will be on hand to officially celebrate the Market’s opening says, Indoor Market organizers. According to the release, parking will be available during Market hours in the Pathmark parking lot.

Mirza says that SNAP, WIC and vouchers will be accepted.

“We’re starting a new tradition in Montclair with the indoor winter Market, and we expect it will enjoy a long and fruitful life,” added Dr. Renee Baskerville, councilwoman of the fourth ward. “We also expect to see lots of Montclair natives, but also friends and neighbors from far and wide who love good food, and fresh local goods.”

Mayor Robert Jackson views the incoming Market in a positive light saying, “I am delighted that the Market at the Old Mogul is joining the lineup of great places to go and things to do in Montclair. Its proximity to the Pathmark is particularly fortuitous,” says Mayor Jackson. “I hope that the greater-Montclair community will pay a visit.”

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