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Chippewa Township, Pennsylvania – Indoor Flea Market and Rummage Sale on Tuesday Sept 17 from 9 am to 7 pm and Wednesday September 18 from 9 to 2 pm. All types of merchandise and clothes. Wednesday is $1 per brown bag. Chippewa United Methodist Church. 2595 Darlington Road, Chippewa Township.
Monticello, Utah – The Monticello Rotary Club is starting what they hope to be an annual event this weekend with a Flea Market extravaganza. The Rotary Club has held an annual flea market in Young’s Theater on Main Street for three years. This flea market starts at 8 a.m. on Saturday, September 7 and will spill over to Pioneer Park and beyond. A bake sale is planned (donations gladly accepted) and local merchants may hold a sidewalk sale. Sellers must provide their own tables. The cost to sell items in the flea market is $10; businesses pay $25. To reserve space for a table, call Wanda Skinner at 435-587-3166.
Illinois – Wolff’s Flea Markets has been operating two markets outside the city of Chicago since 1991 and has announced several upcoming events at both its Rosemont and Palatine locations. Three members of the Negro League Baseball Legends, now in their nineties, will be at the organization’s Rosemont site September 22nd. “They set up a table with their managers, sign autographs, and display and sell some of their memorabilia,” explains Sharon Wolff, creative media and merchandise consultant. “Mainly, they talk to the shoppers. They are very friendly gentlemen and we enjoy their visit each year.” “In November, we do a food drive for the Palatine Food Pantry,” Wolff adds. “We also have a raffle for grocery store gift cards.” In December, Wolff’s flea also hosts a hat and glove drive for the needy children of Palatine, and the market will be collecting new socks for adults and children throughout the entire month. On December 7th, the market will host a Recycled Button Holiday Craft.