@earthmadedesigns looks AMAZING!! 🌎🌳
#fleamarketfinds #melrosetradingpost #mtpfairfax #earthmade
Flea Market Scenes#SundayFunday at the Melrose Trading Post!
#wisdom #unicorn #mamiwata #curlyhair #mixedgirl #mermaid #mermaids #mermaidlife #mermaidgang #mermaidians #melrosetradingpost#apuletown #vintage #35mm #film #filmphotography #fleamarket #mtpfairfax #melrose #fairfax #losangeles #california: @mermaidgang
Stuart, the @tapestryguru, is your local source for gorgeous tapestries and posters. He sets up every Sunday in B21 along #Fairfax Avenue.His beautiful booth is so inspiring!#MelroseTradingPost #mtpfairfax #melrose #losangeles #california #sundayinla #tapestryguru #fleamarket #SundayFunday
Family is everything at #MTPfairfax. One sweet family who sells at the market every Sunday is @OfficialDetroitTrash. Their daughter @SunnyMayAllison is an accomplished artist who sells artwork and handmade jewelry made from small #Detroit antique finds with her sister @TheSidneyAllison(not pictured)Proud parents, Tiffany and Matt, sell handpicked antiques from Detroit, Michigan and upcycled goods. And Nancy the dog is here for the hugs.Image by local photographer, Abram Fischer of @unite.us on Instagram. #PeopleOfMTP #ShopLocal #UniteUs
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Asha started selling at MTP Fairfax when she was a senior at Fairfax High School. Asha always had a passion for fashion, creating her own unique jewelry and clothing that was the envy of her fellow students. With her family’s well wishes, she ventured off to write out her business plan and begin envisioning her jewelry displays. Now Asha sells at the market between her college classes and spending time with her family.
Afar Magazine writer Erin Vivid Riley included the Melrose Trading Post as one of 17 Awesome Flea Markets in the World!
With so many beautiful markets all over the world, we are honored to be included in the list.
Here’s a taste of a few international picks:
Catch the rest of the list here on Afar.com.
Photo taken at: Melrose Trading Post
The Arts:Earth Partnership launched the Los Angeles Arts Sustainability Tour (LAAST) at Electric Lodge in Venice, CA on Saturday, August 9th, 2014, in order to harness the power of the arts sector to help create healthier, happier and more sustainable communities. The second tour stop is taking place at our theater, the Greenway Court Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, November 8th, 2014.
LAAST is designed to be a fun, informative, neighborhood-based event featuring art, information and sustainable education. At each tour stop LAAST will offer attendees programs and information, including brief expert presentations on topics such as Climate Change (presented by a Nasa Scientist), the new Los Angeles City Sustainability Plan, Energy Efficiency, Being Water-Wise, Understanding Your Utility Bill and Multi-Modal Transportation (Getting around town without a car!).
Attendees will learn how to save money by making smart choices that reduce consumption and open access to rebates and services offered by L.A. DWP and the City of Los Angeles. The LAAST tour is the first stop to making healthier choices and will teach attendees how going green can be easier and more affordable at home and work.
In addition to the expert presentations, the event will feature a light breakfast, live entertainment, kids activities, compost pick-up, e-waste, bike valet and free sustainable giveaways such as aerators, shower heads, and native seed packets. Best of all, it’s FREE!
It is only fitting that Los Angeles as the “Creative Capitol of the World” is now the first city in the country with a state recognized green business certification program specifically designed for the Arts & Cultural Sector. Arts: Earth Partnership was recently awarded 90K as an “At-Large L.A. DWP Community Partner” in order to further this mission. Come out and join AEP, Greenway and all of our partners and sponsors on November 8th!
For more information, use the links below.
Event Postcard: A:EP Sustainability Tour Postcard
at Fairfax High School
7850 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
The Market's Stacked Parking Entrance is through the School Entrance at Fairfax Ave. and Clinton Street, while the paid Valet Parking Entrance is at Genessee and Melrose Avenue.
Use of the school premises for the Melrose Trading Post market has been granted pursuant to the provisions of Sections 17400, et seq., of the Education Code of the State of California to Greenway Arts Alliance from the Board of Education of the Los Angeles Unified School District. LA Unified and the Board of Education does not sponsor or take responsibility, nor does it endorse any of the activities, statements or opinions which may be expressed at this meeting/activity.