Published DateLACONIA — The Belknap Mill will host an indoor flea market on Saturday, April 20 from 8:30 a.m. until noon.
The flea market is a fundraiser for the non-profit cultural and history center; the event will offer over 25 individual vendors selling everything from books to household to antiques. The Belknap Mill also will be selling donated items and "cleaning out the Mill's basement" to offer many items for sale.
There will be a demonstration of making mini handknit socks on a knitting machine throughout the day/
There will also be a baked goods table with treats baked by Belknap Mill staff, volunteers and trustees. Coffee will be for sale for early-morning bargain hunters.
Built in 1823, the Belknap Mill is the oldest unaltered brick textile mill building in the country; its historic significance makes it a great spot for a flea market offering for sale antiques and other older items.
For further information on the Belknap Mill's Indoor Flea Market call 524-8813. For further information on Mill events or to become a member, visit www.belknapmill.org.
Belknap Mill program committee members are busy pricing items for the Saturday, April 20 Indoor Flea Market at the Belknap Mill, Beacon St., downtown Laconia. Over 25 individuals will be selling their flea market items. Pictured (left to right): program committee member and former Belknap Mill trustee Betty McGreevy; Judi Taggart (middle) and Lauri Stone (right), program committee members and Mill volunteers. (Courtesy photo)