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Warm weather and clear skies brought many shoppers to the flea market in front of the Bromfield School, Oct. 7. The annual event is sponsored by the Harvard Schools Trust and the League of Women Voters of Harvard.
The flea market offers plenty of finds for those who like to browse.
Doug Williams (left) and Bill Johnson prepare fried dough for the Harvard Lions Club.
Vendor Brian Ferguson of Swansea awaits customers at his booth.
When young flea marketer Elouise Gutzler found the right treasure, she asked “How much?” “One coin,” replied Bart Morrison, and it was a done deal! The happy shopper holds up her find. (Courtesy photos)
Bromfield grads and current college students Eleanor Willard (left) and Ben Neville rummage through half-price records.
Ashtyn and MacKinlay Chipman of Blanchard Road sell homemade fresh bread (hot!) and cinnamon rolls at their flea market booth.
Chef Tee prepares chicken at the Thai food booth.
Who doesn’t need a teddy bear dressed for a formal fox hunt?
Vendors Anita and Ed Sweeney of Auburn pose for a photo between serving customers at their booth.
Feeling like it’s your lucky day? BINGO!
Visitors to the Common purchase fresh or frozen apple pies at the Congregational Church Apple Festival.
Lucy Wallace serves up pie by the slice at the Congregational Church’s Apple Festival.