The Neighborhood Flea, a pop-up marketplace promising everything from vintage clothing and repurposed furniture to local food, is a new outlet for "bright, hidden and newly launched regional microbusinesses."
That's according to a press release from organizer Carrie Nardini, who made her name locally with the crafty I Made It! Market.
Neighborhood Flea sets up from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 2300 Penn Ave. (across from Marty's Market).
Other items for sale will include handmade jewelry and cosmetics, reclaimed wooden wares, and "strong brews" (Zeke’s coffee, presumably, but Wigle Whiskey will be there, too).
Neighborhood Flea also seeks vendors for future events
Additional Flea days are set for Aug. 24 and Sept. 28.