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Flea market to take place at PS 69 this weekend



Aug. 17, 2016 By Hannah Wulkan

The Parents Association at P.S. 69Q is hosting a flea market this weekend to raise funds to support school programs.

The flea market will be at the school from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at 77-02 37th Avenue, and will have 34 vendors selling jewelry, antiques, household items, and much more.

According to Parents Association president Nora Bibb, shoppers will be able to find almost anything they could want at the flea market, except for food or anything dangerous to the environment.

Bibb explained that the Parent’s Association works to fulfill the needs of the school, and supports efforts such as the music and arts programs, replenishing art supplies, celebrating the teachers association, and much more.

All proceeds from the flea market will go to supporting school programs at the discretion of the Parents Association.

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Susana Yagual

I understand that you rent space and table so that I can sell my merchandise please contact me. I’m interested

Pedro Palomino

Hello Mrs. Bibb, my name is Pedro Palomino and I’m interested in participating in the flea market outside PS 69. How do I apply for a table and what is the price? Thanks in advance.


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