Outdoor Cleveland Flea Returns Saturday, Despite Cold Temps

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PHOTO BY CAITLIN SUMMERS
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Cleveland Flea kicks off its sixth outdoor season this weekend, despite the fact that winter seems to still be upon us. While the Flea offers indoor holiday events during the winter, it brings thousands of shoppers to its monthly out-in-the-elements operation at Tyler Village April through October.

Unlike other flea markets, which often require a person to sift through piles of garbage to find something worthwhile, the Cleveland Flea is a much more currated event, featuring many local makers and shop owners. Expect plenty of Cleveland-themed merchandise and overpriced vintage furniture, along with incredible artwork, jewelry and craft booths on display.



Food is also an essential part of the Cleveland Flea, and this year you can expect 10 food trucks as well as locally-made food products for sale.

The event runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is $1 at the gate. Dates for future fleas are May 12, June 9, July 14, Aug. 11, Sept. 8 and Oct. 13.
Tyler Village, 3615 Superior Ave.



Find out more about the market right here.

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