This Saturday marks the final day of the super-popular Franklin Flea market at the Historic Strawbridge’s Building. Later this summer, the flea will pop up for two alfresco dates in Washington Square West. (Photo courtesy Franklin Flea)
Heads up, shoppers.
This Saturday, June 14, Philadelphia-centric indoor market Franklin Flea wraps up its spring season at the historic Strawbridge’s Building in Market East.
It’s the last weekend to shop its curated selection of vintage and antique wares within the architecturally stunning, yet long-shuttered Strawbridge & Clothier department store.
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday, get your fill of shopping the finely tuned selection of local more than 50 vendors, including the modern home goods of Edgewood Made and up-cycled glassware by Jordan Beletz of Glass Cafe.
No need to mourn the market’s closing at the Strawbridge’s Building, though.
The schoolyard of the General Gorge A. McCall Elementary and Middle School on 7th Street between Spruce and Pine streets will welcome the Franklin Flea for two market days on Saturday, July 19 and Saturday, August 16.
For updates on Franklin Flea throughout the summer, check with Franklin Flea online.
Franklin Flea at the Historic Strawbridge’s Building
When: Saturday, June 14, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 801 Market Street
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.franklinflea.com