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Oxford Flea Returns April 30 to Old Armory Pavilion

Old Armory Pavilion

Arts, crafts, vintage, collectibles and food vendors from around North Mississippi, will converge upon Oxford on Saturday, April 30, to kick off the second season of Oxford Flea, organized by Liz and Benjy Foster and sponsored by HottyToddy.com.

Held in a new location at the newly revamped Armory Pavilion at the corner of University Avenue and Bramlett Boulevard from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., the next Oxford Flea is a family-friendly event that has something for everyone.

“I’m excited about the new location, which still allows us to enjoy being outside, but also shelters us from any inclement weather,” Benjy Foster said. “I’m looking forward to seeing what our vendors have been working on over the winter.”

Oxford Flea began on April 4, 2015 and is held periodically depending on factors ranging from location availability to vendor interest and weather conditions.

“There are a lot of things to take into consideration when you’re selling merchandise at a booth all day; it’s not for everyone,” Liz Foster said. “Vendors who enjoy mingling and interacting with their customers usually have the best experience—and profit.”

More information, and vendor registration ($50 for a 10X10 space), can be found at www.OxfordFlea.com. Find Oxford Flea on Facebook for event updates.

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