Cleveland Flea Comes to Former Unique Thrift Building in Time for Christmas


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While it hasn't even exactly registered as fall yet in Cleveland, rest assured that Christmas is coming for you. And to make that news a little more palatable, the Cleveland Flea has decided to take over Ohio City's former Unique Thrift this November and December.

As the indoor space, vacated by Unique Thrift around this time last year, is smaller than Cleveland Flea's summertime Tyler Village spot, event planners chose to add more fleas rather than cut out any of its 160 vendors. Each event will include about 80 booths, featuring enough locally-made and antique items to cheer up even the biggest Scrooge around.

Here's the breakdown:
Regular Flea Markets - Nov. 10-12, Dec. 8-10
"Friendsgiving" - Nov. 17-19
Holiday Maker Market - Dec. 15-17

And don't forget that the Cleveland Flea's October Flea event runs this Saturday at Tyler Village, 3615 Superior Ave., starting at 9 a.m.

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