Photo by Jennie McGhan
Wanda Brewer of Grandview admires the sign made from a repurposed headboard, advertising Junk and Disorderly goods at this past weekend’s No Rhyme or Reason Flea Market at Country Park. The Benton City vendor was among many on the grounds.
As of Monday, October 8, 2018
Rows of vendors with unique items and food converged on the grounds of Country Park in Grandview the past three days.
No Rhyme or Reason Flea Market, in its first appearance at the park, offered people looking for home décor, clothing, antiques and collectibles unique options.
There were handcrafted cutting boards at Colton’s Custom Creations, drink stands and handcrafted signs at Knot a Woodshop, metal yard art, and repurposed and refinished items at a variety of other booths.
There was a variety of food to enjoy, including Thai kabobs, tacos and more.
Vendors selling honey and spices, t-shirts and handbags were also scattered throughout the market.
Shelleigh Goodwin of Granger is responsible for spearheading and organizing the flea market.
She plans to return to Country Park next spring, giving vendors and shoppers a chance to meet twice each year.