Troy Flea 2017

Troy Flea logo 2017

The Troy Flea market is returning for a new season this Sunday, June 11 in Troy's Riverfront Park. It'll be back every second and fourth Sunday of the month through September.

Market press release blurbage:

So far about 30 vendors are scheduled to sell their wares at the debut flea. There are a number of new vintage and upcycle vendors, Natural remedy teas and new mixed textile artists.
Other items include quality vintage clothes, new and reclaimed furniture, jewelry, old comic books and posters. Some of the best selling items, according to Jackson, are the Pyrex glassware, housewares, and old storage containers, which will be returning this year.
Last year, [Kristin] Jackson and a business partner formed the new Troy Flea Market company, with when Flea founder Jessica McEnaney moved out of state. Under Jackson's management, Troy Flea continues to be selective about its vendors to ensure quality, diversity and attractive pricing. She and her partners view this year's Flea as an opportunity to continue growing the market by adding new vendors throughout the summer while helping attract additional shoppers and revenue into downtown Troy on Sunday.

(The call for vendors is still open.)

There will also be music and food vendors, and the return of the Troy Poem Project.

The market is Sunday 10 am-3 pm. Admission is free.

Comments

I came late to the Troy Flea party and only went to the last 2 or 3 in the fall. But it's quite cool, with just the right flea market vibe. The vendors were cool, prices were good. Great location right on the river.

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