On Sunday, May 26 the Historic township of El Dorado will host its 17th annual Trash to Treasures Town Bazaar and Flea Market.
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This great event started 17 years ago with only two vendors and has grown to about 75 vendors with a wide array of items for sale.
Shoppers can find plants and yard art, antiques, tools and jewelry. There is truly something for everyone.
All proceeds from the event go to Historic El Dorado projects such as planting trees and helping the El Dorado Western Rail Road Project.
This year there will also be a food drive to help fill the local food banks. Bring a food item to help feed the hungry.
There will be plenty of great food to enjoy, good neighbors and live music by the Buckboard Bunch at Hartwick House.
The merchants invite everyone to come on down to Historic El Dorado on Sunday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. for some good old-fashioned small town fun.