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FUNKY JUNK Flea Market

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Event# 405-596-1687

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JUNKING DONE FUN!!!!! A new monthly market featuring ~ Vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, misc. memorabilia, ARTS & CRAFTS ~ repurposed junk ~ books, retro, magazines, recycled items, coins, tools, auto accessories, sports equipment, outdoors toys and more, more, more .......... Bring your friends and shop for some funky~chic~fabulous finds! 9am to 4pm.

~Dealer/vendor/crafter space available $25.00~

2012 Market dates:

February 25th

March 17th

April 7th

FUNKY JUNK Flea Market

Address : Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, 920 SW. Sheridan Rd. Lawton OK
Phone : 405-596-1687   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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