Flea Market & Collectible Fair at duCret School of Art

JC Promotions is expecting 50+ exhibitors each day at its flea market, displaying an array of quality merchandise such as handbags, crafts, sports collectibles, clothing, jewelry, gift items, plants, dollar items and more. There is a large section of 2nd hand items, collectibles, antique & vintage items, garage/tag sale items and so much more…all at bargain prices!

We invite the community to join us and enjoy this wide-ranging selection of items for sale. Meet our pleasant vendors that will be happy to welcome you to our market. If the weather cooperates, you will surely enjoy walking the grounds of the duCret School of Art. Stop indoors to see the inside of this historical building and see what they have to offer.  The school will also be selling their own items indoors.

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Sat, May 15
9:00 am — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 05/15/2021 9:00am 05/15/2021 5:00pm America/New_York Flea Market & Collectible Fair at duCret School of Art

JC Promotions is expecting 50+ exhibitors each day at its flea market, displaying an array of quality merchandise such as handbags, crafts, sports collectibles, clothing, jewelry, gift items, plants, dollar items and more. There is a large section of 2nd hand items, collectibles, antique & vintage items, garage/tag sale items and so much more…all at bargain prices!

We invite the ...

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