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By Jill Runfola

Fleatique1 2020
Pictured L-R, Danielle Bartkus, from Monongahela, Cami Mekilo, age 3 ½, and her mom Brittany Mekilo, both from Camp Hill, were located at 608 Chess St. They traveled to the Fleatique to sell flea-market items, designer purses, and sunglasses.

Crowds of shoppers turned out on Sat., Oct. 3, from 8 am until 3 pm for the annual “Fall Fleatique on the Mon,” despite COVID-19 protocols. The exciting event is hosted by the Monongahela Area Chamber of Commerce and is known as the largest street sale in Southwestern PA. Crafters, flea market vendors, and antique dealers sold their merchandise along a 3-mile stretch of Main St. in Monongahela and New Eagle.

Click on to our "Gallery" for more photos of this event.

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