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48th Annual Harvard Flea Market - Largest Outside Flea Market outside of Boston
The League of Women Voters of Harvard and the Harvard Schools Trust are pleased to announce the 48th Annual Harvard Flea Market.Thousands of bargain hunters will descend upon Harvard this Columbus Day Weekend to attend the Harvard Flea Market, the largest one-day outdoor flea market northwest of Boston.
Shoppers come with bags and carts in tow to visit over 180 booths filled with antiques and collectibles – toys, games, jewelry and vintage clothing, seasonal décor, artwork and paintings, pottery and glassware, and so much more.
The flea market boasts a popular food court area with both traditional favorites and ethnic cuisines including Thai food and Greek desserts.
The Harvard Lion’s Club serves up hamburgers & cheeseburgers, hot dogs, bean burgers, sausage & peppers, and their famous hand-cut fries, fresh-squeezed lemonade and fried dough.
The Congregational Church of Harvard will hold its Apple Festival “Pies on the Common,” selling homemade apples pies fresh from local ovens.
There will be parking and restrooms available with handicap access.
Emergency staff will be onsite to assist with any medical emergencies.
The Harvard Flea Market gate keepers will accept cash only (no checks or credit/debit cards) for admission.
Some booth vendors may accept credit card payments via Square® or other apps.
Most accept cash only.
Harvard is at moderate risk for eastern equine encephalitis (EEE).
Department of Public Health recommends wearing long sleeves, pants and socks as well as using an effective insect repellent in dawn and dusk hours.
For more information on the flea market, including directions, visit the website at www.harvardfleamarket.com.
To learn whether the flea market has been postponed a day due to inclement weather, call the Harvard Schools Trust message line at 978-456-5085.
About the Harvard Schools Trust The Harvard Schools Trust (www.harvardschoolstrust.org) was formed in 1989 as a 501(c)(3) charitable, exclusively educational organization to raise funds to supplement the curriculum and activities of the Harvard Public Schools (www.psharvard.org).
The Trust is governed by a board of directors consisting of parents and community leaders.
For all the latest news and updates, follow the HST on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/harvardschoolstrust
About the League of Women Voters The League of Women Voters of Harvard (http://www.lwvharvard.org/), established in 1950, is a local branch of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts and the League of Women Voters of the United States.
It is a non-partisan, multi-issue, grassroots organization whose mission is to encourage informed and active participation in local, state, and federal government and to influence public policy through education.
For Flea Market info email: [email protected] or visit the website at http://www.harvardfleamarket.com/.
$3.00 donation, Children are free, $5 for early birds (7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.).
14 Mass Ave, Harvard, MA, 01451 map
The Bromfield School, 14 Mass Ave, Harvard, MA. 01451
- Please do not block private driveways - parking restrictions will be strictly enforced, including ticketing and towing. Dogs are permitted at the flea market provided they are on a leash and their owners pick up after them.
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