One of the joys of Saturday morning, other than not going to work, is the search for a bargain at a flea market. One man's trash might turn into your treasure. It's quite easy to spend hours searching tables hoping to find something for virtually nothing.
Here are some flea market tips.
Big Flea Market (Stouffville) & The Stouffville Country Market
Every Saturday & Sunday. About 200 vendors in indoor and outdoor space selling antiques, furniture, new merchandise, produce. contact Gary Rouse,
Courtice Flea Market 1696 Bloor St,
Courtice, ON L1E 2N1
Sat & Sun 9am-4:30pm year round with musical entertainment, pony rides, games for the kids.
Oshawa Festival Fleamarket
500 Howard St,
Oshawa, ON L1H 8K3
The Barn (Peterborough)
Fowlers Corners on 78. NW of Peterborough.
Approx 75 dealers. Open daily with all types merchandise. Market has snack bar. Inside & outside space available.
Peterborough Flea Market
in the Morrow Building, corner of Lansdowne Street and Roger Nielson Way (George Street S.)
Open most Saturdays May 1st to Oct 31 from 7am-1pm and most Sundays year-round. Our Flea Market features many New and Used products at Great Prices. Interested in becoming a Vendor call Steve.
Port Perry Country Market
PO Box 788,
Port Perry, ON L9L 1A7
Wellington Street Flea Market (Bowmanville)
182 Wellington Street
401 East to Waverly Road, North to Hwy 2, then East to Scugog Street and turn left. Watch for signs. Large three level indoor market open all year around Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Antiques, collectibles, book dealer, furniture, new merchandise and much more. Snack bar on 1st level.
Belleville Bait & Tackle
405 Dundas Street East
Open Sundays from 9-5. Antiques, collectibles and crafts. Lots of NASCAR die cast. parking, restaurant. contact: James bull,
Highway Way Flea Market (Picton)
(613) 476-5211 or 476-6292
Open Satudays & Sundays from Mar-Dec. Indoor & outside space avail. contact Fred Lowenberger.