The Davis Flea has changed its name to The Somerville Flea to reflect its expansion into other regions of Somerville. The Somerville Flea has been popping up at The Center for the Arts at The Armory during this past holiday and spring shopping season much to the delight of local shoppers who are seeking unique vintage and antique goods.
And now The Somerville Flea is getting ready to re-open its outdoor season June 1st in the heart of Davis Square.
The Somerville Flea continues with its mission statement to: Reclaim, Repurpose, Rediscover and Reconnect showcasing dealers selling vintage, collectibles, re-purposed, up-cycled and antique merchandise.
The Somerville also features a farmer’s market (Dick’s Market Garden of Lunenburg, MA), food vendors and weekly rotating fabulous, local musicians.
Shoppers will be able to find unique treasures, one-of-a-kind decorative items, while getting a glimpse of our past pop culture. The fun and social atmosphere of The Somerville Flea provides an opportunity for people to make new friends or reconnect with old ones while listening to old-school music via vintage vinyl records being spun by our resident deejay.
The Somerville Flea is co-managed by partners Greg Ghazil and Maureen Nuccitelli. Both partners have roots tied to Somerville and a mission to make The Somerville Flea an exciting and alternative shopping experience and to build a community around vintage culture.
Location: City parking lot on the corner of Holland St. and Buena Vista Rd., not far from the Davis Square T station.