A ‘Dam’ fine Flea Market

Beaver Dam Station is now hosting a weekend flea market. For just $10 a space, vendors of all kinds can set their wares along the corner of Old Highway 91 and Old Pioneer Rd. in Beaver Dam. Spaces are not limited to just a table, some vendors have several tables in their space. Photo by Teri

When you’ve got a small community, there can be a lack of things to do and see but not when you’re a member of the Arizona Strip if Beaver Dam Station (BDS) store owner Bill Evans has anything to say about it.

From the Beaver Dam Jam, Lawnmower races and “Irrational Recreation Area” otherwise known as the ‘Dam Bar, Evans has been giving folks something fun to do around these small communities for a long time; and now there’s something new.

BDS is now hosting a weekend flea market. For just $10 a space, vendors of all kinds can set their wares along the corner of Old Highway 91 and Old Pioneer Rd. in Beaver Dam. Spaces are not limited to just a table, some vendors have several tables in their space.

According to some of the volunteers who help with the flea market, vendors have been setting up at the BDS since the second week of January and, despite some cooler temperatures a weekend or two, many have sold out their wares.

If you’re a flea market flipper, a garage sale junkie or have treasures to sell, you’ll love the variety of both goods and buyers that you’ll find each week at the BDS. The flea market is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Don’t forget the lawnmower races held the second Saturday of every month. The races bring more than a hundred race fans that will no doubt be curious about what you may have to offer; the races also bring more vendors who’ll have more stuff to show them.

For more information on the Beaver Dam Station Flea Market contact the Beaver Dam Station at 928-347-5589; ask for Wendy.

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