This Sunday, May 30 from 8 am to 2 pm the 'Davenport Fairgrounds Flea Market' will be held at the Mississippi Valley fairgrounds. Flea and farmers markets are starting back up again, and you can join in on the fun of these events too!

Many of QC residents missed the environment and community of these markets last year, and are excited to see them back once again.

There are countless events that take place on the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds, and markets are always a fun one. This one has about 50 exhi­bitors, and runs for an estimated six hours. Admission is $3 - $5.

If you're looking for other flea markets, there are a few going on as well. Other popular flea markets in the Quad Cities include:

Spring Flea Market Under the BridgeMay 29 - 31 (free)

Bentonsport May Flea Market & Craft Show: May 29 -30 (Free)

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It's exciting to see things open again, and it's great seeing the community come back together with events like these, supporting our friends and neighbors here in the Quad Cities are always important, now more than ever. These markets are a great first step.

A flea market is described as,

A type of street market that provides space for vendors to sell previously-owned merchandise. This type of market is often seasonal.

So no matter where you are, these markets always play a role in the community. More information about this flea market at the Mississippi Valley fairgrounds, 2815 W. Locust, Davenport, IA 52804, Can be found here.

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