Despite low temperatures, the Summit Free Market was bustling by 9 a.m. Saturday.
Summit residents dropped off things they can no longer use while others browsed the vast array of items that range from housewares to children's toys and electronics.
The Free Market, run by volunteers that include adult mentors as well as Summit high school and middle school students, ends for the season at 3 p.m. today. Freecyclers can still post and claim items throughout the year via the Free Market's website.
Mayor Ellen Dickson, a proponent of the Summit Free Market, will host a fundraiser at her home at 7 p.m. Friday to introduce the Summit Conservancy, a group that will help the market in its efforts. (Download a copy of the invitation by clicking here.) Dickson said Tuesday she intends to drop off some chairs she's replaced at the market today.
Curious about what you might find at the market? Check out the video above in which volunteer Nic Lalicato lists some of the unique items he's brought home.