From Buddhas to sleds to fried dough, flea market offers treasures for all kinds of tastes
At 3 p.m. shoppers look for last-minute deals at the flea market sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Harvard and the Harvard Schools Trust. Vendors sold goods from approximately 170 booths in front of the library on Oct. 9.
A foot-high Buddha statue is utterly peaceful in a sea of activity.
Cary Goodrich of Lexington finds a one-of-a-kind treasure.
Nick Robinson checks out some games for his PlayStation.
A palm-reading chart and a G-clef coat rack are for sale.
Bob Hubert shows a Nikon camera to a customer at his booth.
Sarah Sobalvarro takes her time picking out just the right Beanie Baby.
David Cooke prepares to roll out the dough for fried dough at the Lions Club booth.
From left: Kate Sobalvarro, Tori Randall, Brianna Pomeranz, and Daisy Benson chill on the steps of Old Bromfield.
Colorful notebooks and bookmarks wait for customers.
Hilah Connolly cuddles one of three kittens looking for homes.
Liza Sullebarger walks off with her find, a toboggan to enjoy this winter’s snow.
Mike Shaw negotiates with Kathy Hewett for a papasan chair.
An army of welcoming dogs appears to wait expectantly for a new home.