After a successful warm weather run, The Peddler (retro, vintage and antique market) is heading indoors for the winter. Seeing that this Saturday is going to be windy and a bit cold, the sellers are scrambling for cover. Fortunately one of our neighbors, The Lafayette Presbyterian Church
, has opened its doors to The Peddler and as of this Saturday the flea market will be open for business in its new location (at least until spring that is).
With a 9am opening, visitors to The Peddler can enter the church from the Lafayette Avenue side of the building. Reverend Drew will be selling hot coffee and donuts, and is also allowing sellers to spill out onto the lawn if the weather permits. Later in the season, The Peddler will join forces with a number of other events and sales, including the the Winter Farmers Market
. That means that at some point visitors will be able to purchase all sorts of edible goodies along with their flea market finds. We're very excited to be striking up this new relationship with the church and its current occupants.
That means that The Peddler is staying on Elmwood year 'round, and we won't lose the momentum by having a seasonal flea market.
As for sellers, there's still room to climb aboard. You can contact us here
if you would like further information on being a vintage, retro and antique seller on Saturdays. Find us on Facebook
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