Cleveland Flea Holiday Kick-Off Market Takes Place This Weekend


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Sure it's been in the 60s all week (a rarity if we've ever seen one), but that doesn't mean the holidays aren't fast approaching, so get your holly jollies on this weekend with the three-day, ticketed Cleveland Flea Holiday Kick-Off Market.

Some 80 local vendors will be on hand all weekend long at the Tyler Village complex selling apparel, homegoods, food, and knick knacks you never knew you needed. Favorite retailers including FOUNT Leather, the husband/wife duo who has made a name for itself in Cleveland's leather-crafting industry, will have a shop set up, as will re/dress clothing, Paper Cutz, Sassyfrass and dozens more.

Folks hoping to dust off their social responsibility coats, hats, and gloves this season can also literally do so by donating gently used clothing to the Homeless Stand Down booth at the Flea.

The festivities commence with a preview party on Friday, Nov. 20 which is already sold out, and continue on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the purchase of an $8 general admission ticket. Early admission is available on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. but tickets to that portion of the event are already sold out as well.

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