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March 13, 2018 > Flea markets fundraise for young campers

Flea markets fundraise for young campers

Submitted By Capt. Kyna Kelley

Come join us for a day of fun at The Salvation Army Hayward?s indoor Community Flea Markets at the Veterans? Memorial Building, Hayward. This event is now in its third year, following their initial success as a fundraiser for Summer and Day Camp programs for local, low-income families. Last year, The Salvation Army USA provided the opportunity to camp for around 233,000 children, adults and seniors.

The event features vendors with an array of the most unusual items! From antiques and collectibles, arts and crafts, to new and used merchandise, this market is sure to offer a complete shopping experience. The Veterans? Memorial Building is close to Hayward BART and Hayward City Hall. Combine your visit to the Community Flea Market with a trip to the Hayward Farmer?s Market and Downtown Hayward.

Arrive in time for admission at 10 a.m. and find your treasure before anyone else. You won?t want to miss it! Admission is free to the public.

Vendors need to provide their own booth preparations (tables, chairs, tents, etc.). Spaces are approximately 30?x60? for merchandise. Rent for each space is $25. Vendors retain 100 percent of their earnings. Please respond as soon as possible to secure a spot. Spaces will be assigned in the order in which applications are received.

Contact Captain Kyna at or (510) 581-6444 for a vendor-application form, which should be completed and returned to The Salvation Army Hayward, 430 A St., Hayward, by May 18.

Community Flea Market
Saturday, May 26
10 a.m. ? 3 p.m.
Veterans? Memorial Building
22737 Main St., Hayward
(510) 581-6444

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