Somerset Presbyterian Church Spring Flea Market

SOMERSET, NJ - Somerset Presbyterian Church will hold its popular Spring Flea Market on Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the church (there will be no rain date).  

SPC holds two flea markets every year one during the Spring and another during the Fall. The purpose of each flea market is to raise funds for the church while providing a safe family friendly environment for people to meet new members of the community and to see familiar faces. 

There is no entrance fee for customers. Bring your whole family and have lots of fun.

Plan to spend an enjoyable day bargaining with your friends and neighbors. The flea market offers a variety of used and new items.  Find a treasure from the past or something useful for the present.  There is also good food available.

The Flea Market is an opportunity to make spring cleanup a profitable venture for both you and the church. 

Spaces are available for $20 each, and you can either bring your own, or rent one from the church for an extra $10.

Spaces and tables will be assigned on a "first-paid" basis.

All are welcome to participate in our Spring Flea Market, so be sure to tell all your friends, family and neighbors!  

For more information, please contact the church office at (732) 249-8674. The church is located at 100 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Somerset, NJ.

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SOMERSET, NJ - Somerset Presbyterian Church will hold its popular Spring Flea Market on Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the church (there will be no rain date).

SPC holds two flea markets every year one during the Spring and another during the Fall. The purpose of each flea market is to raise funds for the church while providing a safe family friendly ...

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