The Fancy Crow and Route 67 Flea Market

By Kerry Brock | View Comments

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  The Fancy Crow is a unique gift shop located in Bonne Terre. The shop features primitive, country, Americana home decor items and handmade gifts made by local artisans. Those local vendors offer classes in a designated space in the shop. Recently they hosted a ‘how-to’ class where attendants learned to paint with alcohol ink. This Saturday, June 10th, they are having an Introduction to Bee Keeping Class. There are frequently other classes like card making and beginner crochet. All the classes are taught by the different vendors who have their items for sale in the shops. Follow them on Facebook to stay up to date on their next classes. In the same building, you will find Route 67 Flea Market. This is a separate business but operated by the same owner. The flea market is full of booths where vendors have a wide variety of vintage collectibles and antiques for sale, as well as handmade products. Also find items such as stamps, china dolls, comics, vintage tools, fresh home canned foods, hand crochet blankets, antique fishing equipment, books, furniture, and sports memorabilia. You are sure to find something of interest in the vast array of flea market treasures. Stop by today! Open Mon-Sat 10:00-6:00, Closed Sunday. Located behind Walgreens in Bonne Terre.

About the Author:
Kerry Brock

Christian, wife, herbalist and a writer here at Parkland Hub. I love peaceful days spent with my husband, Davy, sipping coffee, walking parks and eating homemade pizza.

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