Long Beach Antique Market supports local non profit The Long Beach Antique Market is donating space at the March 20 event to "Hearts Without Boundaries" who take a team of doctors to Cambodia and other countries to perform open heart surgery on kids.
News-Antique.com - Mar 14,2011 - The Long Beach Antique Market regularly donates space to the Non profit "Hearts Without Boundaries" who take a team of doctors to Cambodia and other countries to perform open heart surgery on children who are in need. On March 20, 2011 , Hearts without Boundaries will be selling some beautiful handcrafted items made in Cambodia and Thailand to raise awareness and funds for their organization at the Long Beach Antique Market.
About the Long Beach Antique Market:
Established in 1982 the Long Beach Flea Market was voted the “Best Flea Market” in Los Angeles by L.A. Magazine, the “Best Antique Market” by O.C. Weekly,
“The best flea market in the U. S.” by Good Housekeeping Magazine and Featured on ABC TV “The View” and the Oprah Winfrey Show .
LONG BEACH VETS STADIUM is the home of the ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE FLEA MARKET held every 3rd Sunday in Long Beach, California. Over 800 dealers feature a huge selection of antiques, collectibles, vintage items and home furnishings for sale at bargain prices.
Next event: March 20, 2011.
To get to Veterans Stadium take the 405 Freeway to the Lakewood Blvd (North exit) and turn right on Lakewood Blvd. Stay on Lakewood for 1 mile and turn right at
Conant St. for one block. Customers may visit: http://www.LongBeachAntiqueMarket.com
for discount coupons, maps, photos and the schedule of events.