Saturday, October 24, 2009

Blame it on the Rain: Little Flea Canceled for Saturday, October 24th

Little Flea has been forced to stay home for the second week in a row because of inclement weather. Yes, I know, not again.

The end of Little Flea season 2009 is soon approaching and we'd really like to have at least one last chance for folks to have some flea fun before we say goodbye. Next Saturday is Halloween, a great opportunity to celebrate the ironic quaintness and downright freakiness of the flea market, so we're asking everyone out there to keep their fingers crossed for good weather.

By the way, we're still accepting new vendors. These coming weeks might be a good time to unload excess holiday decorations, etc. Request an application at lawrencevillelittleflea [at]

Friday, October 9, 2009

Little Flea Dogs

It's been said before: It's hard to imagine a flea market without the ubiquitous dog either following or leading its owner from stall to stall. Yes, Little Flea is pet friendly - even our vendors bring their friends along to spend the day. Here's a look at some of our friends lately at Little Flea.

Reminder: Little Flea happens this Saturday, October 10, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Corner of 36th + Butler. Hope to see you there!

Friday, October 2, 2009

Little Flea Finds: Expect the Unexpected

A bit of sun and mild temperatures are expected this Saturday: perfect fall weather for the first Little Flea of the month. We thought of sharing some of the great finds we've come across at the market. Some you'd expect to find at a flea market - others not so much - but all are veritable treasures.
Design books, French art history books... and a paperback titled " That woman must be on drugs"?
Whimsical salt and pepper shakers, a miniature clock radio, a VHS rewinder... and toy horses?
That awesome guitar was gone in minutes, along with the Asian wall hanging.
Antiques and collectibles come in all shapes, forms and tastes. There's more where that came from. See you Saturday!