Beacon Flea Market Opens April 12

Booth spaces available with discounts for nonprofits

The Beacon Flea Market will open the 2015 season on April 12, weather permitting.

The Flea Market accepts requests from vendors who sell antique, vintage, used and handmade items. It does not does not allow food, drinks or new items. The market supports the existing businesses on Main Street, and encourages reuse and repurposing.

Free booth space is offered for the Beacon School District PTAs and PTOs. Nonprofits, such as animal shelters, can vend and fundraise at a discounted rate. Beacon residents who wish to sell house-cleanout or handmade products can vend at a special Beacon rate. Local musicians are invited to play acoustic sets at noon each Sunday.

Vendors can submit photos of their items to the website, which is updated daily, to offer customers a sneak peek for the upcoming Sunday flea.

Located in the Henry Street parking lot behind Beacon’s Main Street Post Office (6 Henry St. and South Chestnut), Beacon Flea Market is open on fair-weather Sundays, April 12 through Nov. 22, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission and street parking are free. For more information visit beaconflea.com or contact Emma Dewing at 845-202-0094 or beaconfleamarket@gmail.com.


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