Historic Macon is getting ready for their 35th Annual Flea Market fundraiser.
The event is one of the biggest fundraisers for Historic Macon which helps them continue their mission in the community of buying and revitalizing historic homes and selling them to potential homeowners.
More than 30 volunteers helped to set up donated items by sorting and pricing them.
Some of the donated items that will go on sale October 20th include linens, electronics, children's toys, artwork, kitchenware, and china.
"We just have everything you could imagine," said Marketing Coordinator with Historic Macon, Jennifer Mayer.
This year, the flea market has expanded to 2 areas to include a furniture showroom.
Mayer says the flea market is one of their biggest fundraisers each year and says people can find great deals for bargain prices.
"This is a very budget-friendly event. We have packages of items that you would find at Walmart for $10 and it would probably be $1 here," Mayer said.
"This sale last year made $30,000 for Historic Macon, and this year, we have easily 50 percent more donated goods," Terry Holland said.
Volunteers have been working everyday this week to prepare for the event.
"It's a lot of camaraderie. People have a good time. We go around to show each other what we've found and what little treasures has come up," Lois McLain said.
The Flea Market opens to the public this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Shurling Drive next to Roses and The Macon Police Precinct.