Variety of vendors, products set for museum flea market


Fourth annual festival of art, crafts, food and collectibles July 6 in Lee Richardson Zoo

Fourth annual festival of art, crafts, food and collectibles July 6 in Lee Richardson Zoo

Vendors have booked at least 20 booth spaces for the Fourth Annual Flea Market on Independence Day weekend at the Finney County Historical Museum, offering Paparazzi jewelry, Tupperware, Avon, Scentsy, Velata, Grace Adele, Origami Owl and health products, as well as antiques, woodcrafts, home-made goods, beaded jewelry, collectibles, bird houses and similar hand-crafted objects, T-shirts, paintings and additional artwork, crafts, primitives, CDs, pre-owned goods and household items, as well as public radio information and pie by the slice with ice cream.

The market will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in Lee Richardson Zoo, just south of the museum. In addition, lunch will be available fresh off the grill.

The museum courtyard will be stocked with new and used goods for sale, too. Merchandise includes furniture, housewares, fabric, glassware, electronics, toys, bicycles, games, dishes, computer equipment, lamps, exercise equipment, golf clubs and other sporting goods, cookware, yard and garden objects, luggage, holiday and home décor, as well as off-site goods ranging from a 100-gallon aquarium to a hand-assembled organ.

The event is taking place as a fund raiser for the historical society, with proceeds supporting museum exhibits and educational activities. It is supported by the Finney County Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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