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Punk Rock Flea Market this weekend in Columbia Heights/Mt. Pleasant

Well this sounds pretty cool:

Doors Open:
Saturday, November 6, 2010 – 12:30pm
St Stephens Church 1525 Newton Street, NW

$3 suggested donation with no one turned away!

Got stuff to sell? Records/Clothes/Books/Crafts or Chain Wallets? Vendors interested in reserving space should contact [email protected] ASAP. Tables are $15.

Also! The Flea Market will double as a clothing drive for Martha’s Table (http://www.marthastable.or/outfitters.html)
If you’re interested in participating, please read below:

Continues after the jump.

Clothing: Season appropriate clothing (winter) that is clean, folded and stored in shopping bags or boxes.

Accessories: Handbags, shoes, belts and unused underwear and intimate apparel.

Toys: Educational toys and complete games and puzzles.

Books: New and next-to-new adult and children’s educational books. (Please, no textbooks, travel books, or old encyclopedias.)

Household Items: Dinnerware, flatware, and glassware (preferably in sets), clean cookware, bake ware and small appliances. Also, lamps, end-tables and small chairs.

Domestics: Bedding (preferably in sets), towels and table linens.
Electronics: Small radios, TVs and other small electronics that are in working condition. (Please no televisions or monitors that are not flat screen.)

Toiletries and cosmetics: Unused toiletries and cosmetics in original packaging. Hotel shampoos, liquid soaps and conditioners.

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