Monday, March 30, 2015

Craig Chin performing at Beacon Flea Sunday April 12th!

Craig Chin, singer/songwriter, will be performing at Beacon Flea Sunday April 12th at 12pm.

For more info and to hear Craig's music please visit http://rudeanagrams.com 

Beacon Flea will open April 12th!



Beacon Flea market is opening on Sunday April 12th 2015! 

Now accepting vendor requests! 


I am specifically looking for vendors who sell:
 used, collectible, antique, vintage, craft and hand made. 



I am not accepting: new items, new items in bulk, beauty products, food or beverages.

If you wish to vend you need to sign up by contacting me: 
 beaconfleamarket@gmail.com  845 202 0094 

Stay tuned for vendor pics - they are coming!

Friday, November 28, 2014

Beacon Flea Market is now closed for the winter. See you in the Spring!

Beacon Flea Market is closed for the winter months and is due to re-open in April 2015.
Any inquiries please email me at beaconfleamarket@gmail.com
Thank you for your continued support and patronage! Beacon Flea has positively flourished over the past four years!
capturing the wide shots
mid-season
final moments of 2014

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Designer labels at Beacon Flea tomorrow!

Wendy will be bringing a ton of designer clothes!  Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, Armani etc as well as Weitzman Dansko, Ferrragamo shoes and designer bags: Dooney, Maxx, Brighton etc.




Friday, November 14, 2014

Vendor pics for a blow out sale! Beacon Flea this Sunday! Nov 16th!



Anthony is "bringing a ton of stuff to blow out for the fall.  All priced between $5-$25.  It all needs to go."!!

Vendor pics from John and Linda! Nov 16th Beacon Flea!






Bill Dillon, July 13 1927 - Nov 9 2014.

This photo is the only one I could find of Bill Dillon at Beacon Flea. He is the gentleman in the blue cap standing next to his car with his back to the camera. Bill has been a vendor at Beacon Flea for the past two years, turning 87 recently, and was a wonderful addition to the Beacon Flea family. He passed away last Sunday at his home in Monroe. I will cherish my memories of his cheery early morning chats, his gentlemanly manner, his sense of humor, and his stories and jokes from his Navy travels. He will be missed, but he is at peace.