Shop Local This Holiday Season at our Holiday Flea Market on December 23rd!
Shop Local This Holiday Season
Local Entrepreneurs, Craftspeople, Artists and Collectors come together every Sunday at the corner of Melrose and Fairfax Avenues to generate community-based funding for the local high school, Fairfax High School.
Support a model that brings the community together at the Melrose Trading Post.
Money is power; Money is our voice. Where does your money go when you shop locally vs non-locally?
“Going local does not mean walling off the outside world. It Means nurturing locally owned businesses which use local resources sustainably, employ local workers at decent wages and serve primarily local consumers. It means becoming more self-sufficient and less dependant on imports. Control moves from the boardrooms of distant corporations and back into the community where it belongs.”
– Michael H. Shuman, author of the book Going Local
Credit: 10 Reasons to Shop Locally
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Starting this Sunday you can enter our Instagram contest!
Just tag #MelroseTradingPost in any photos taken in the newly expanded food court to enter the contest.
We will post our favorites on Facebook for everyone to vote!
The winner gets a $100 gift certificate to shop at the Melrose Trading Post!
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.