Wow guys, the Brooklyn Flea Philly rocked yesterday! The crowds, the music, the vintage goodness. It was all amazing. I love the market atmosphere. I’m not going to lie, it is a ton of work to get out there and set up shop for one day. In fact, it is a 12 hour day including set up and break down plus prep the day before. But I love the scene and the energy that popup markets bring…not to mention the flexibility.
I love it so much so that we’re closing up the Brick & Mortar.
This was a tough decision considering how adorable the little shop is with all of its glorious hundred year old chicken coop character but it just makes sense at this point. There’s just not enough time to utilize the building to its full potential.
When we opened up shop a year ago, the only other venue we sold at was the seasonal Clover Market which still remains a favorite. (Last market of the season is this Sunday from 10-5)
Since then Circa Dee has taken up space at The West End Garage in Cape May, NJ – then doubled that space.
A couple of months ago we also added Serendipity Shops of Doylestown to the list where we stock Miss Mustard Seed’s milk paint. Yes, you can still buy the paint there and I will still schedule milk paint workshops offsite.
And now Brooklyn Flea Philly is going to be a regular weekly market at the Piazza where we’ll set up shop from time to time.
Thank you to everyone that has supported Circa Dee Brick & Mortar over the past year. I’ve met so many new vintage lovers and have had the opportunity to really get to know you. I hope to continue seeing you out at the popups and co-ops when Circa Dee is in your neighborhood. We’ve got Philly, the Shore, Bucks County & the Mainline covered!
Can’t wait to see where the road ahead takes Circa Dee next!
P.S. The display bed pictured above is for sale. It is actually a fold up cot that stores very well and opens up to a full size. Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll give you a great deal!
3 thoughts on “moving on”
I’m so sorry to hear that, but so happy for you! Best of luck!!!
Cheers to new adventures!