"A Paris Street Market" got underway May 7 at Aspen Grove . The annual antique bazaar operates on the first and third Saturday from May through October.
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Billed as an open-air, vintage antique market, shoppers can stroll through aisles of goods, finding everything from first-edition novels to food truck favorites.
This year's opening day saw plenty of shoppers and slightly more wind. Vendors scrambled to keep their stands, not to mention their goods, from being literally blown away. Such are the fortunes Colorado's springtime treasure hunters must face to get the really good stuff.
Karen Kennedy runs the Thrift Mama booth has been selling at the Paris Market for over 15 years. She said she's expecting a a great summer season at Aspen Grove.
Rachel Tan, proprietor of Wild Lily Co., sells clothing and accessories from her mobile boutique — a 1957 pop-up trailer named Luna. Tan said this will be her third season at 'A Paris Street Market.'
For hours, directions and more, visit aParisStreetMarket.com.
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