If you missed The Flea Off Market last month, no worries, it’s happening again this Saturday, Dec. 10th from noon to 5 p.m. at 216 S. Shelby Street (off of Market St. up to Nanny Goat Strut Alley). Shelby Street will be closed to traffic so plan accordingly. The Flea Off Market is a once-a-month outdoor bazaar that features dozens of vendors and individuals offering books, records, bicycles, kittens, antiques, cool old junk, used tools, and fine arts and crafts. This monthly event takes the flea market back to its original roots of people selling interesting wares to interesting collectors. This isn’t a second hand dollar store.
Local musician Johnny Berry will be playing at 3 p.m. Johnny Berry and the Outliers is a honky tonk band and they perform originals and select old school country covers.
Individual Booth Vendors:
Also, if you haven’t gotten around to it, Christmas trees will be available for $20 and up.
For more information, visit the Flea Off Market Facebook page.
Photo: courtesy of the Flea Off Market
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