Just click the link at the bottom of this page to register and purchase your booth space.
This family friendly, community event gives kids a chance to run their own business for a few hours and to do a little spring-cleaning in the playroom! With their spot reserved at the Kids Flea Market. kids can begin to collect their out-grown and gently used toys, books and games to re-sell and to plan their ‘booth.'
We're also voting for BEST “BOOTH” to add a bit of fun to the day. The lucky kid winner will get an insiders tour of the Learning Tree and a $25 gift certificate.
A $10 ticket provides:
- A reserved spot (approx. 6’x6’ of space)
- Promotion for the event to get lots of customers to your booth!
- On Flea Market Saturday, your Flea Market ticket is good as a $10 coupon to be used in the store.
- A chance to make some spending money, to raise funds for a charity or to put a little something away for a rainy day.
- Post sale, we’ll donate any items you don’t want to Operation Breakthrough, a Kansas City children’s organization whose mission is to inspire, protect and enrich the lives of children.
- Space is limited and will be reserved on a first-paid basis.
- Set up time begins at 9am.
- Bring your own tables, signs, chairs, and blankets- everything you will need to display and sell your items.
- All items must be clearly priced.
- All items must be in good condition and complete.
- Bring a cash box with lots of small bills and change to make a sale.
- Bring water, hats, sunscreen to stay comfortable from set-up to tear-down!
- During tear-down we will instruct you where to place items you are leaving for donation.
- The Learning Tree is serving only as facilitator of the flea market and is not responsible for any of the individual transactions taking place, or the quality of the merchandise being sold.
- Rain or shine – the sale will go on.
- Any unsold items may be donated to Operation Breakthrough, a nationally accredited, not-for-profit corporation that began in 1971 as a response to requests from parents in the central city for quality child care for children of the working poor.