Unearth hot summer finds at the cool indoor Flea at Silver Street market

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Jewelry by Brenda Grands | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Feast your eyes on a bevy of completely unique, locally-sourced goods at Flea at Silver Street: Summer Market, on Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10, 2018.

Placing its focus squarely on the creations of local artists, designers, craftspeople, and makers, Flea at Silver Street is a seasonal pop-up market and social experience in the heart of the Washington Arts District.

Expect to find a wide range of one-of-a-kind collectibles, fashion, jewelry, vintage, art, mid-century modern furniture, original designs, home goods, local food vendors, candles and more artisan products. 

And, since the entire venue is indoors with cold air-conditioning, you can handle all your summer shopping without breaking a sweat.

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Goods from Houston Antique Club | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Local Food & Drink Options

Browsing through over a 100 booths can work up an appetite.

So once the shopping list is complete, grab a bite from one of several local food vendors, sip a cocktail from the full bar, and enjoy some music with a side of people-watching.

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Fashion from Tribe and Sol | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Pet Friendly Market

Pets are welcome, although please ensure that all animals are leashed and well-behaved.

Pet adoptions are offered throughout the weekend for those in the market for a new (or additional) furry companion through Jamie’s Animal Rescue.

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Candles from Nomadic Home Co. | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Flea at Silver Street: Summer Market

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Anvil Cards | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

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