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flea markets: vermont

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*Always call ahead to check the current status of a market*

Charlotte –
Charlotte Flea Market. Rte 7, 5 mi S of Shelburne Museum, 10 mi S of Burlington. Every Saturday & Sunday, April through mid-October, weather permitting. 6am-5pm. Has 40 dealers on the average, selling a wide range of antiques & collectibles, crafts, new & used merchandise, jewelry, furniture, clothing, household items. 802.425.2844

Chelsea –
Chelsea Flea Market. On Rte 110 on N & S Common of Chelsea. Second Saturday of July. 10am-4pm. Approx 125 vendors with antiques & collectibles and a wide range beyond. The Chelsea Library holds their annual book sale at the Town Hall during the same time. Joseph Spinella. 802.685.4452
E-Mail: spinella@together.net

Craftsbury Common –
Craftsbury Antique & Unique Festival. On Craftsbury Common itself. From the S take Rte 100 heading N through Morrisville to Rte 15 E to Rte 14N, follow the signs to Craftsbury, then to Craftsbury Common. Second Saturday in July. 10am-4pm. Dealers specialize in antiques, collectibles and crafts. 802.655.0006

Fair Haven –
Every Saturday and Sunday beginning June 7th, 2008. 8am – 5pm
US Route 4 between Fair Haven, VT and Whitehall, NY on Golf Course Road across from Vermont
Welcome Center. For space call: 518-499-1484

Fairlee-
Railroad Station Flea Market. Route 5. I-91, exit 15. Hours from daylight until dark. Lovely outdoor market located next to an old train station. Lots of good antiques and collectibles here. This is a particularly nice stop as the market has neighboring antique and specialty shops. Space from $15. c/p Barry LeBarron, Box 57. 05045. (802) 333-4574. Marketplace open May-October.

Manchester –
Manchester Flea Market. On Rtes 11 & 30, 3 mi from the traffic light in Manchester Center. Every Saturday & Sunday, May through October. 9am-5pm. 35 to 40 dealers of primarily antiques, with collectibles, crafts and some fresh produce. Also the location of a Saturday auction. Robert Todd Lincoln’s historic home Hildene is nearby and open to the public. 802.362.1631

Newfane-
The Original Newfane Flea Market. On Rte 30, 1 mi N of Newfane; 12 mi N of Brattleboro, I-91 exit 2 then pick up Rte 30N. Every Sunday, May through October. 7am-5pm. Attracts between 150-200 dealers with their antiques, collectibles, crafts, new & used merchandise, furniture, clothing, books and fresh produce. Billed as the “largest flea market in Vermont.” 802.365.4000 or 802.365.7710; 802.365.7771 on Sunday.

Quechee-
Quechee Gorge Village Antique Flea Market. 5575 Woodstock Road. Exit 1 off I-89 to U.S. Rte 4, W to mi. 2 hrs fm Boston; 3 hrs fm Hartford. Every Sunday, May-October. 6am-4pm. 50+ vendors with antiques &collectibles, books, furniture, jewelry, elegant glass, antique tools & primitives, ephemera and art, stamps/coins. Michael Leathe. 1.800.438.5565, Ext. 108.
E-Mail: quechee@quecheegorge.com

Rutland -
Vermont Craft Fair and Flea Market. Vermont State Fairgrounds, 175 S Main Street. Sat & Sun May 13th through Oct 29th (closed July 30th & Sept 1-10 for the fair.) Free parking. Market supervisor: 802.492.2013, Fair office: 802.775.5200
E-Mail: vermontmarket@aol.com

Salisbury -
The Flea Mart Center. Route 7. Shop open daily, year around with 25 dealers displaying antiques, collectibles, china, glassware, pottery, jewerly. Lots of treasures are found here. Indoor market with permanent spaces. c/p Joyce McGettrick, Box 186. 05769. (802) 352-4424. Email fleamart@together.net. Daily.

South Hero-
South Hero Flea Market. US Rte 2 in the Champlain Islands with access from Burlington off I-89 exit 16. Saturday & Sunday and holidays, Memorial Day weekend through the end of September. 8am-4pm. Indoor/outdoor with nearly 50 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, furniture, crafts, tools, clothing, new & used merchandise. 802.864.5091

Swanton-
Crazy Mama’s Indoor Flea Market. 104 Robin Hood Drive, Suite 2, located behind A-1 Carpet, exit 21 off I-89. Every weekend Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Fri 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 9am-5pm. Up to 55 vendors offering antiques & collectibles, books, crafts, clothing, furniture, jewelry, stamps/coins, toys, Vermont products, new & used merchandise added weekly. David Swainbank. 802.782.4500
E-Mail: d_swainbank@yahoo.com

Waitsfield-
Mad River Green Farmer’s Market. Rte 100 at Mad River Green shopping center. Saturdays from last weekend in May through first weekend in October. 9:30am-1:30pm. Dealers with fresh produce, crafts. 802.496.5856

Waterbury-
Waterbury Flea Market. Rte 2 just N of Waterbury; I-89 exit 10W. Saturday & Sunday and holidays, weather permitting, May through October. 6am-6pm. Up to 100 vendors selling everything from antiques and attic treasures to new merchandise. (802) 882-1919

Waterbury-
Indoor Flea Markets. Waterbury Armory, One Sunday market a month from October through March. Call for dates. 9am-3pm. Usually 30 or so dealers come, selling antiques & collectibles and a wide assortment of other items. Admission: $1/person. 802.244.5519

Waterbury Center-
Stowe Road Flea Market. Rte 100, only 3.2 mi from I-89 exit 10; and, less than 3 mi from Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory! Saturdays & Sundays, June through October. 9am-5pm. Some 20-50 dealers selling antiques & collectibles, crafts, garage sale items, but new merchandise is discouraged. 802.244.8817 or 802.244.8879

Wilmington-
Wilmington Antique and Flea Market. Junction Route 9 & 100, P.O. Box 22 Telephone: 802-464-3345. Saturday & Sunday and holiday Mondays, from the weekend before Memorial Day through the weekend after Columbus Day. All day. Around 70-90 vendors selling antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, books, crafts, furniture, jewelry, fresh produce.

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