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Franklin Flea Bringing Its Vintage and Antique Wares to the 'Burbs

A shot of last year's flea at the historic Strawbridge's building. Image credit: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/thefranklinflea">Franklin Flea/Facebook</a>
A shot of last year's flea at the historic Strawbridge's building. Image credit: Franklin Flea/Facebook

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Franklin Flea is headed for the 'burbs. Helmed by Mark Vevle, the market manager of the now-belly up Brooklyn Flea Philly, Franklin Flea will take over the Plymouth Meeting Mall for a two weekend-long run starting Friday, March 28, and ending Sunday, April 6.

A curated list of 15-20 vendors will peddle your expected flea market finds, e.g. upcycled furniture, antiques, collectibles, vintage apparel, and hand-crafted goods. Better still, the mall's neighboring Whole Foods will be on hand to keep shoppers fueled with gourmet tacos and doughnuts. A short hiatus next month will hopefully give Vevle enough downtime before his market returns again April 19 at the corner of 8th and Market.
· Franklin Flea to make suburban debut at Plymouth Meeting Mall [Philly.com]
· New Flea to Rise From the Ashes of Brooklyn Flea Philly [Racked Philly]
· J.Crew Factory Is Now Open at the Plymouth Meeting Mall [Racked Philly]

Plymouth Meeting Mall

500 W Germantown Pike Plymouth Meeting, PA