Buy and Sell at Children’s Fall Flea Market Saturday

Children's Fall Flea Market (Photo via Reston Community Center)This Saturday, one child’s outgrown winter jacket can be another child’s perfect fit in Hunters Woods.

Reston Community Center’s annual Children’s Fall Flea Market is set to come to 2310 Colts Neck Road from 9 a.m. to noon, when parents can browse tables full of gently-used kids’ clothing, toys, books, games, movies and other items.

In addition to shopping, families can also do some selling. A table to sell gently used children’s items is $15 for residents and $23 for non-residents. Edible items and live animals are not permitted for sale.

At the flea market, children are the ones who are encouraged to hawk their items. Organizers welcome “junior merchants” between the ages 6 and 13 to help work their families’ tables.

Vendors who have left-over items that didn’t sell can donate them to charity after the event.

Admission for shoppers is a nonperishable food item for Reston Community Center’s annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.

For more information, including details on signing up for a table to sell items, visit the Reston Community Center website and a Facebook page for the event.

Photo via Reston Community Center


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