Beacon Flea Market Opens for the Season April 7

Sunday sales resume in Henry Street parking lot

The Beacon Flea Market will open for its third season on Sunday, April 7, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Every Sunday during the season, both regular and one-time vendors sell a variety of items. Highlights include colorful glassware, trunks and furniture, antiques, estate sales and house clean-out, vintage designer bags, vinyl, books, cookware, handmade jewelry and local crafts.

In support of Main Street, Beacon Flea Market does not vend food or new items in bulk. Beacon schools are invited to vend for free for fundraising events, and discounts are offered to Beacon residents who wish to hold yard sales. Vendors can submit photos of their choice items for publication on the website so customers can take a sneak peak before shopping.

The Beacon Flea Market is located in the Henry Street parking lot behind the Main Street Post Office. Admission and street parking is free. The Beacon Flea Market will be open every fair-weather Sunday from April 7 through October 27. Additional information is available on the Flea Market website, beaconflea.blogspot.com, or by calling 845-202-0094.


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