Posted: Oct 7, 2012 5:56 PM by David Jay
Updated: Oct 7, 2012 5:57 PM
BILLINGS - Collectors got together this weekend to help the Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County.
The Boys & Girls Clubs Bair Family Clubhouse has been holding an antique flea market for 27 years.
In the past, the money has helped pay for snacks, a new roof and several other projects.
About 180 tables make up the market that features collectibles.
The flea market provides opportunity for both the sellers and the buyers.
"Some collectors, and some vendors," said Lou Adler, owner of Slots of Montana and a vendor. "They like the garage sale stuff they'll bring in and sell very reasonable. Like she said, they raise a lot of money and it's for a really good cause."
The flea market is expected to raise about $4,000.
The Boys and Girls Club of Yellowstone County runs the flea market three times a year, during the first weekend of February...April and of course, October.