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KINGSTON ROCK N ROLL FLEA MARKET

  |   May 11, 2013  |  Comment

 

 

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Saturday, May 18th an indoor rock n roll flea market will be held from 10am – 5pm at the Murphy Center in mid-town Kingston (467 Broadway next to the Rite Aid Pharmacy).

A variety of vendors will be on hand offering vintage and new vinyl records, cds, memorabilia, vintage toys, collectibles, outsider art, handmade jewelry, guitars, t-shirts and more. There will be a DJ all day. $3 at the door with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Kingston Police Athletic League (PAL) Boxing program http://www.kingstonpal.com/.

FREE admission for kids under 12 with an adult.

This is the first Rock n Roll Flea Market at the Murphy Center. Promoter Chris Orlando hopes to give people an alternative to ordinary shopping with an emphasis on local artists and businesses.

There will be over 75 Vendors form the Hudson Valley and beyond some include:

Lix Online: All the way from Chicago selling horror merchandise

Pop’s Tattoo of Kingston: Miranda and Cookie will be selling tattoo inspired art prints

Redline T shirts: Vintage hot rod shirts

Pulp Sushi: Handmade jewelry

Darkside Records: Hudson Valley’s premier record store

Zanti Jewelry: Selling Monster Jewelry

For a full list of vendors

http://www.rocknrollfleamarket.com/vendors.html

The Police Athletic League (PAL) is a recreation oriented juvenile crime prevention program that relies heavily on athletics and recreational activities to tighten the bond between police officers and kids in the community. First incorporated in the early 1930’s, the PAL has a long history of developing bonds between cops and kids.The Police Athletic League is based on the belief that children, if reached early enough, can develop a strong, positive, attitude towards police officers in their journey through life towards the goal of adulthood and citizenship.

 

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