Amity Trade Days continues bringing a sense of wonder

Miranda Diaz, News Editor

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One of the largest flea markets in the area, Amity’s Trade Days has more to offer than just antiques and merchandise. Food, drinks and live music are always promised when spending a Saturday looking at all it has to offer.

To get to Amity, it is a bit of a drive. Get in your car, drive like you are going to WalMart, and keep going. It will take you about thirty minutes to get to the sleepy town of Amity. Roads are curvy and narrow, so make sure to drive the speed limit.

Once you make it to Amity, there’s a giant sign that you can see from the road that will point you to the right way. Follow it and find the Trade Days where you’re sure to find something to love. Just remember, there is a $2 fee for parking.

“I usually go to the flea market in Caddo Valley,” Marissa DeFoor, graduate of 2017, said. “I am so glad I decided to try Trade Days, and it was worth the drive.. My mom and I love it.”

This season they will begin their first annual There are antiques, toys, and interesting items for everybody. Complete with over 54 vendors and even more acres, finding a gift for someone won’t be a problem. You can sell your stuff as well if you are interested in becoming a vendor. car show and swap meet.

If you are interested in becoming a vendor or know anybody else who is, visit their website at amitytradedays.com

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Amity Trade Days continues bringing a sense of wonder