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Oregon Flea Market Open Year-Round

March 4, 2014 by Gloria Mellinger  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Picc-A-Dilly Flea Market 44 Years Strong

Picc-A-Dilly Flea Market, in Eugene, OR is open every other Sunday year round, except for July and August, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Operating since 1970, the indoor market occupies three connecting buildings in the Lane County Fairgrounds. The market has 312 tables available that rent for $25 each. About one-third to one-half of vendors are returning sellers with the remainder new vendors. Many types of products are sold, and around two-thirds of sellers deal in vintage merchandise while the rest offer new merchandise and crafts.  When in season, the market also offers Harwood Farms produce. Upcoming market dates for 2014 are March 16 and 30; April 13; May 4 and 18; June 1 and 15; September 14 and 28; October 11 and 12; November 9, 22 and 23; and December 7 and 21. The entrance fee for shoppers is $7.50 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., and $1.50 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Picc-A-Dilly is owned by Peggy and Fred Ward, and Suzanne and Bruce Jackson.  The Wards and Jacksons have a friendship lasting more than 30 years.  Peggy and Suzanne both had careers in banking prior to purchasing the market, and Fred and Bruce jointly own and operate Duckworth Construction Company.  A family affair, everyone in the Ward and Jackson families has helped out at the market at one time or another. Many long time vendors’ children have now grown up and become vendors themselves.

For more information:

Picc-A-Dilly Flea Market
Tel.: 541-683-5589
Website: www.piccadillyflea.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/piccadillyflea


One Response to “Oregon Flea Market Open Year-Round”
  1. It’s interesting that this flea market is open every other week as opposed to every week. A big flea market issue even in a fairly large city like Philadelphia, Pa. is overkill. Flea markets that run year-round or most of the year almost always are every Saturday and Sunday, AND sometimes both. Most professional vendors feel this is too much and seek what I call special-event markets that run seasonally and occasionally. These tend to be better places to sell since they have not been overdone.

    I think many Philly flea markets should adopt this every other week schedule as it would probably attract better vendors and might revitalize their markets.

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