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2022 Annual Flea Market

25 Years as a Community Event !

Saturday, August 6      9 am to 4 pm
Sunday, August 7         9 am to 3 pm

** COVID precaution advisories at your own discretion **

Ziti Dinner * ziti in homemade sauce with meatballs and salad *

  • Saturday August 6    Available only:   12 noon to 4 pm
  • Sunday August 7       Available only:   10 am to 3 pm
  • Take Out
  • $13 Adults and $8 Children
  • Purchase tickets at the door or in advance

Bake Sale * homemade goodies *

  • Outdoor Saturday August 6 only

Flea Market & Ethnic Food *

  • All Day Both Days
  • Indoor Flea Market
  • Indoor at the Food Bar:  “Piggies” (Stuffed Cabbage), Haluski, Pierogi, and More!
  • Outdoor Food Bar:  Potato Pancakes
  • Outdoor Grill:  hot dogs, hamburgers
  • Take Out Ethnic Food, Hot or Cold

Some of the many “treasures and finds” from previous Flea Markets.  Come and see what awaits this year !  There is something for everyone !

Start Your Search !

If you love scouting flea markets, but not the extra travel driving from place to place, St. Michael’s Byzantine Catholic Church, Pittston should be on your agenda.

This year, as always, you will find an abundant amount of items.  A special “treasure” might be waiting for you!

The Flea Market is in the lower level of the church.  Entrance by stairway is on Main Street next to the side parking lot.

The line forms early Saturday morning outside the church.   Arrive early if you must, or any time either day.  There will be plenty to explore yet if you visit on Sunday.   It’s exciting to be part of the fun!   Doors open at 9:00 a.m. both days.

Take a break from hunting for treasure and visit the food bar.

We are Known for Our Traditional Ethnic Food

Very popular is the variety of homemade ethnic food.  Featured are St. Michael’s “best in the area” halupki or stuffed cabbage, better known by locals as “piggies”.  There will also be homemade pierogi – more typically spelled “pirohi” by the Carpatho-Rusyn descendants among parishioners of church.  But don’t forget to sample the halushki (sauteed noodles and cabbage), or try a combo ethnic sampler of all three.  Potato pancakes will be available also. All foods will be takeout only.

The featured ziti dinner is a generous amount of pasta with homemade sauce and meatballs, salad and bread.  Saturday (12 noon to 4pm) and Sunday (10am to 3pm).  Donation cost is $12.00 for Adults and $7.00 for Children, tickets can be purchased at the door.  Takeout only.

Don’t forget to check out the sweets at the Bake Sale tent, Saturday only.  You are sure to find everything temptingly delicious!

Our Parishioners and Parish volunteers look forward to seeing returning and new friends alike.

Saturday Bake Sale