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Morrisville First is sponsoring its 2nd Annual Community Flea Market on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Fairless Hills Elks Lodge, 835 West Bridge Street, Morrisville.
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Morrisville First is a community enrichment grant which promotes local events and programs such as EHDuWLfiFDWLRn SURMHFWV, IUHH finDncial education programs and fun events.
Those events include collections of valentines and toiletries for military personnel and veterans, the Morrisville Zucchini 500 race and Santa Paws, where pets can take their owners to get their picture taken with Santa.
Every third Thursday of the month, the Morrisville First advisory council meets at the Morrisville Senior Center, 31 E. Cleveland Avenue, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Those interested in helping the Morrisville community are invited to attend.
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Merchants at the event will offer hot food, fruit and vegetables, VHDVRnDO flRZHUV, EDNHG gRRGV, handcrafted items of all types, antiques and collectibles, massages and wellness information, pet rescue, Native American items, rocks and minerals, beauty products, soaps and butters, bridal and fashion jewelry, clothing, scrubs, sheet sets, purses, scarves and, of course, basement and garage “treasures.”
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If your organization or community has an event to list on the site, send the information to Donna Griff, community development coordinator at email@example.com.
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For more information, 215-7360107.