Neavitt Flea Market Set for June 2


A village-wide flea market is once again being held in Neavitt, the scenic waterfront town near St. Michaels, on Saturday, June 2, from 8 a.m. to noon (rain date June 3 at 1 p.m.) The market will have some 20 tables of vendors with bargains galore. Unusual collectibles, tools, boat gear, antiques, books, furniture, sports equipment, pottery, dishes and housewares will be up for grabs in the Neavitt county park. As in past years, local nonprofits are expected with their mobile exhibits.

For those who arrive hungry or need a break, breakfast and lunch food, plus beverages and baked goods, will be for sale in the Park Pavilion Café, catered by the United Methodist Church of Neavitt. For kids, the adjacent playground has swings and slides.

Neavitt is about 15 minutes west of St. Michaels. Take Route 33 west to Route 579 and turn left; Neavitt is eight miles down this road; a few blocks into town, just turn right at the Talbot County Park and follow signs for designated off-street parking.

The flea market is sponsored by the Neavitt Community Association and proceeds benefit the activities sponsored by the NCA.

A space is $10; a table is optional for an additional $10. To reserve either, contact Carol Krasnowiecki at 410-745-9127.

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