Wolff's Flea Market back in Palatine starting Nov. 3

Daily Herald report
Posted10/23/2013 1:41 PM

Wolff's Flea Market at 1775 N. Rand Road, Palatine will reopen for the fall and winter season, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 3.

Palatine Mayor Jim Schwantz will cut the ribbon at 10 a.m.

As Wolff's outdoor market at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont closes for the season, vendors and customers come to Palatine for the antiques, collectibles, art, books, clothing, resale, junque, jewelry, new merchandise, holiday fare and more.

The first 150 customers on Sunday, Nov. 3 will get a Palatine gift bag filled with coupons from local businesses, courtesy of the Palatine Chamber of Commerce.

The market will also offer free community electronics recycling by Com2. Bring old TVs, computers and miscellaneous electronics for safe, responsible recycling.

Customers will also be admitted free during November with a donation of a non-expired, nonperishable item for the Palatine Food Pantry.

Festivities will include a free coin craft led by Jeff Byer, a local numismatist, raffles for local grocery gift cards, fall menu selections at the Sock Hop Café, and plenty of great deals offered by over 300 independent vendors.

A complete list of the activities is available at wolffs.com. For more information email to wolffsflea@aol.com

or call (847) 524-9590.