The Neighborhood Flea is a celebration of the craft and time of vendors who make and curate fine collections. In bringing together top-quality vendors and discerning customers in an urban setting, a new neighborhood magically emerges.
This new community answers the following questions:
Who made this/curated this?
Where do my goods come from?
What is the true value of locally made?
Are my dollars returning to my community?
The act of shopping at the flea encourages dialogue and neighborly exchanges. Meet the vintage aficionado whose plates remind you of Sunday dinner at your grandmother’s. Learn about the woodworker who forages the fallen trees of your favorite park. Sip the city’s finest coffees and eat the best the mobile food community has to offer, all while taking in the scene of a mini city in motion.
Like any neighborhood, our flea will continue to grow, change and mature, but on any given Sunday, you may find…
Handmade Jewelry & Cosmetics
Reclaimed wooden wares
Local Foods & Strong Brews Hands-On Workshops
2018 Flea Season
April 7th - The Neighborhood Flea at Bark Shadyside Pup Walk
March 24th - Vintage Pittsburgh at the Heinz History Center
Second Sundays, 10 am - 3 pm
in the parking lot at 23rd Street between Penn Avenue and Smallman Street (map)
The Neighborhood Flea offers a curated shopping experience. Interested businesses and individuals may APPLY to sell at the Neighborhood Flea once applications open.
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Pittsburgh Post Gazette Walkabout by Diana Nelson-Jones
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