Dallas Gets Fleas

There is nothing more relaxing than spending a Saturday strolling through a selection of quirky goods from vintage shops and crafters, especially when you know that you're supporting people who love making their very own kind of art. The Dallas Flea is one of the city's most comprehensive shopping experiences for vintage, handmade, and quirky goods, especially if you've got a little bit of cash to spend. The Flea's events have been recognized by everyone from Vogue to Martha Stewart. This year marks the first that the event will be hosted at the massive Trinity Groves space (2800 Bataan St.), after making a move from SouthSide On Lamar last year. Spend your Saturday afternoon perusing the 100-plus booths of clothing, housewares, and general kitsch. At $5, it's much cheaper than having a designer seek out all of these items to decorate your home and improve your wardrobe. More at thedallasflea.com
Sat., March 7, noon, 2015
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Amy McCarthy

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