One of the joys of Saturday morning, other than not going to work, is the search for a bargain at a flea market. One man's trash might turn into your treasure. It's quite easy to spend hours searching tables hoping to find something for virtually nothing.
Here are some flea market tips.
Grand River Flea Market
261 Hespeler Rd, Cambridge, ON N1R 3H8
Indoor and outdoor vendors at Cambridge's oldest flea market sell everything from jewelry to rare coins to crafts to antiques to ceramics. Tasty treats are also available, such as fresh baked goods and smoked meats.
Mizener's Antiques & Flea Market
367 Hwy 5, Flamborough, ON L9H 5E2
Sundays 9:00am - 5:00pm
One of the oldest and largest antique and flea markets in Ontario, with over 100 Vendors. Admission is $2.00 per carload of visitors.
Crossroads Flea Market
Brantford: take Garden Ave S exit from Hwy 403
Open daily 9 am - 6 pm,
Over 100 vendors antiques, collectibles, sports cards & more
Circus Flea Market (Brantford)
179 Dalhousie St.
(519) 752-2651 or 759-6799.
Open Saturdays & Sundays. Adm chrg Sun. Approx 30 dealers. Primarily antiques & collectibles. Market has indoor space & snack bar. c/p Jim Bowen,
The newspapers are an excellent source for who's holding a yard sale on what day, where, what they're selling, etc. There are farm stands, where farmers sell their own fresh produce, on the various country roads in the area. <