Oneida County Regional Flea Market opens its doors


WESTMORELAND, N.Y. (WKTV) - The Oneida County Regional Flea Market opened its doors to a somewhat disappointing turnout, Saturday.

The Former Lewis House on Route 233 was transformed into what was thought to be the perfect flea market venue. However, on the opening day of the market, the building that can hold up to 100 vendors only had 2 present.

Admission into the flea market is free, but the lack of vendors had even non-paying customers wanting for more.

Brian Legg, the flea market's owner, believes that the small outing was due to the fact of it only being the first day. He said that he expects the numbers to grow as time goes on.

The Market is open again tomorrow from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and is expected to have more vendors to choose from.

For more information on renting a booth, call (315)953-4076. 

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