Know Any Humboldt Junkies?….
….Then this event is for them:
More than 45 purveyors of fine junk and antiques will be gathering Friday & Saturday, June 19 & 20, at Rohner Park in Fortuna for a junk-loving, treasure finding, old-fashioned good time.
The fun begins on Friday evening for a “Junk Jubilee,” with live music, cocktails, a vintage photo booth, and multiple food vendors. Doors open at 5 p.m., closing at 8 p.m. Admission is $5, under 15 gets in free.
Serious junking starts Saturday at 9 a.m. with doors closing at 4 p.m. Admission is $3 per person.
Vendors dealing in everything from vintage household items, garden collectibles, clothing, linens, arts & crafts, custom jewelry, fine antiques, shabby chic up-cycled items, handcrafted and cottage made food items will gather for this first annual Humboldt Junkies
Vintage trailers will be circling for a rally, offering a rare opportunity to take a peek into vintage glampers, and a look back in time.
The Humboldt Junkies was started by Larissa Cathay-Richardson and her mother Jeanine Cathey. Inspired by their love of all things junk, their retail shop, “Reclaimed Relics” located on Avenue of the Giants in Redcrest, is a reflection of this first-time flea market, with an eclectic mix of handmade and collectible items upcycled by the mother-daughter team.
Volunteers are needed in the ticket & merchandise booths, and watering hole. For more information on the HumboldtJunkies
Flea Market, visit Flea Market & Vintage Trailer Rally