What caught our eye with this one was the phrase: "bargain hunter's paradise." This Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. you can troll for treasures at The Gyspy Wagon Swap and Flea where more than 20 venders will encamp to peddle their best vintage, oddities and straight-up junk.
No crafts though, sorry. You'll have to find that dream-catcher/wine key somewhere else.
All real bargain hunters and grifters know that proper haggling requires cash -- the old fashioned folding kind, so you might plan in advance just in case you find that perfect pair of antique cowgirl boots. Wouldn't it be a shame to only have enough dough for one? You'd have to dance in circles.
Food trucks Trailercakes and Ruthie's Rolling Cafe will be on hand to feed you, the hungry pillager and keep you from making those famished hallucinatory shopping mishaps. So go forth and make Sunday a shopping success story that you'll retell for years to come. It all goes down at 2928 N. Henderson Avenue.
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