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Thursday, November 7, 2019

Cleveland Flea's Holiday Pop-Up Shop Opens Nov. 12

Posted By on Thu, Nov 7, 2019 at 3:00 PM

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The Cleveland Flea is soon coming back for another round of seasonal holiday cheer.

Over the years, the Flea has bopped around to various vacant spaces to sell its wares to the good people of Northeast Ohio during the holidays. This year, the pop-up shop event is taking over the Market Hall at the Van Aken District (3441 Tuttle Road) for about six weeks through the end of December.



As the indoor space is smaller than Cleveland Flea's summertime Tyler Village spot, event planners chose to add more days rather than cut out a bunch of vendors. Each week includes six to 10 vendors, featuring enough locally-made and antique items to cheer up even the biggest Scrooge around.

The markets run Nov. 12 from Dec. 24 and are free to all. Hours are Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m-6 p.m., except Fridays, which go until 8 p.m. There's even free, onsite parking.

Find out more about the events right here, and check out which vendors are coming which weeks right here.

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