|Published:||Oct 24, 2012 7:23 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Oct 24, 2012 7:44 AM EDT|
NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. - The Northside Fleamarket located on Old 41 in North Fort Myers will hold its Grand Re Opening on Wednesday October 24th. Gates open at 5am.
The market has a new name and a new look. The Northside Flea Market and Drive In originally opened its doors in 1958 and is now reviving its 50's theme with an authentic 50's Diner and the re opening of the Drive In theatre.
The opening celebration will feature live music, classic car show and over 250 vendors, raffles, $1food specials and vendor give aways. The fleamarket is the largest and oldest authentic market in the area with dozens of produce and local fresh foods, antiques and collectibles, tools and household goods, crafts, Made in America and more.
The 50's Diner will offer Breakfast All Day, Blue Plate Lunch Specials and a Food Cart, Daily Raffles, entertainment and open mike. $4 Big Breakfast Special everyday!
Beginning in December the Fleamarket will open on Saturdays and the newly renovated Drive In will feature family movie nights sponsored by local charities. The events will help raise thousands of dollars for local causes and non profit organizations, Booster Clubs and schools and provide local families with an affordable and exciting night out at the Drive In!
Monthly events include Muscle Car Shows sponsored by USACI beginning in November. For more information please visit www.northsidefleamarket.com.
If you are interested in raising funds for your organization or would like to book an event call 239-849-1916 for more information.
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