Covelli Center – Youngstown Flea

July 15, 2017

July 15, 2017

11:00 To 16:00

Event Description

Youngstown Flea

Join us for our third installment this season of the Youngstown Flea.  Located in the heart of downtown, Youngstown Flea is dedicated to local and regional vendors of hand-made, antique and repurposed wood/metal/furniture, vintage clothing, and collectibles. There will also be a free yoga class at 10AM!

Attendance to this once a month event is FREE.  Parking will be free as well, though spaces are limited.

Text ‘YoungstownFlea’ to 24587 for the latest flea alerts and

Date: Saturday July 15
Time: 11AM-4PM
Location: Covelli Centre
Admission: FREE

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