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Exploring the flea market

From retro electronics, vintages to candles, jewelry

On Feb. 3, Parking Lots A and B were filled with more than 210 vendors for shoppers of all sorts of interests at the monthly De Anza Flea Market.

Dayna Swanson, the Flea Market Coordinator, mentions that anyone can sell items and apply for it until the last monday of any given month.

Swanson added that there is a mini Flea Market at De Anza on Tuesday, Feb. 13 in the main quad from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Kettle Corn snack with different sizes of popcorn bags in Parking Lot A. (Archee Kumar)
Vintage painting of waves on a beach and old-fashioned items on display at the flea market. (Archee Kumar)
A menu of savory and sweet crepes available at one of the stalls in Parking Lot A. (Archee Kumar)
An array of jewelry with a purchase discount for Lunar New Year, on display in Parking Lot B. (Archee Kumar)
A collection of vintage treasures, including flower-shaped vases, a century-old watch, and an antique box available at the flea market. (Archee Kumar)
People enjoying a variety of food trucks at the flea market. (Archee Kumar)
Various toys on display for kids at the flea market. (Archee Kumar)
Various types of decorated candles on display at the flea market. (Archee Kumar)
Retro electronics from consoles to games being sold at the flea market. (Archee Kumar)
A variety of antiques with unique designs at the flea market. (Archee Kumar)

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