The local HOSA chapter is hosting the First Annual Dunn County Flea Market Extravaganza as a fund-raising event to help Kassidee Willis and Celeste Musick with the expenses for their trip to the International HOSA (Future Health Professionals) Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla.
The event will be on April 29-30 at the High Plains Cultural Center. It will be held from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on the first day and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on the second day.
A flea market is the ultimate place to find some rare or awesome pieces and just about anything else you could think of. As exhibitors you need to go no further than the tradeshow floor at High Plains Cultural Center to find a network that creates a real buzz. Every exhibitor has the power to influence the buzz…to create their own possibilities for sales, trades and good old fashioned bartering.
The booths are $50 that covers both days. Additionally, the local HOSA chapter will be accepting donations for the flea market. Monetary donations will also be accepted.
One woman’s/man’s trash might just be another woman’s/man’s treasure. All of these potential treasures are waiting to be discovered at the High Plains Cultural Center. Dicker and deal on items you wouldn’t find elsewhere. We have vendors selling anything from antiques to collectors’ items to everything in between. Come on down and take a look … this is a must for anyone who enjoys buying and bartering, or wishes to sell. Get ready to have a huge haul of treasures and vendor items to bring home.
There will be plenty of clothing, accessories, outdoor and patio items, art, furniture, pottery, acrylic, jewelry, cosmetics, luggage, footwear, leather goods, home decor, health items, pet accessories, crafts, gourmet goodies, unique gifts, plants and flowers and winter months produce.
Sarah Duttenhefner and Cherie Roshau are chairing the event. Cherie’s e-mail is: email@example.com and can be contacted via Facebook or texting her phone:701-290-7568. For information on the vendor list, contact Sarah Duttenhefner: firstname.lastname@example.org; texting number is: 701-290-9799.