Beacon Flea Market Opens for Season on May 6

Wide variety of items

Beacon Flea Market opens their second season on May 6 from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., with a variety of vendors selling vintage collectibles, household items, and antique curiosities.  Regular dealers and one-time garage-sale booths make the market fresh and engaging every Sunday.  Highlights include colorful glassware, trunks and furniture, estate sale and house clean-out, vintage designer bags, vinyl, books, retro cookware, hand-made jewelry, and local antiquities. The Beacon Flea Market offers Beacon schools a free booth space for fundraising events, and discounts to Beacon residents who wish to vend.  Vendors are invited to submit photos of choice items, via email, for publication on the website.  Updated weekly, this service offers customers an opportunity to take a ‘sneak-peak’ before shopping at the Flea.

The Flea Market is located at 6 Henry Street.  Admission is free and parking is available on the lot between South Chestnut and Henry Streets, (just off Beacon Main Street. The Market will be open, weather permitting, every Sunday until Oct. 28 but is closed for the month of August. Additional information is available on the Flea Market website  or by calling 845-202-0094.


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