Robert Wheeler carries away his find of a WWI statue.
Volunteers Mimi Dorward and Weezie Potter of the Harvard Schools Trust talk with Rotary hawker Ethan Hasz, who was selling breakfast sandwiches.
Davida Bagatelle asks a vendor about an item. (Photo by Daniel Shrives)
Zach Gikas asks vendor Kevin Cantrell about a milk can.
You never know what you'll find at the Flea Market . . . like an array of solar dancing pumpkins.
A corgi named Molly looks quizically at Ruby the Great Dane.
Ryan Robinson peruses book bargains.
Antique kitchen implements of every size and shape.
Price Day and Will Malloy ask a dealer about a saber in a cane.
Lions Club volunteer Tom Cooke lifts up a finished serving of fried dough as his father Dave Cooke (center) looks on.
Two bargain-hunters examine a lace afghan.
A knight in armor appears to be ready for a golf tournament.
Grace Turnbull sets out her wares.
"Ugli Fish" greet market-goers. The fish are the creation of former Harvard resident Jen Dinino.
A vendor struggles to control a tent taken by the wind.
A hungry shopper buys lunch from Lions Mary Jo Boynton and Russell Shappy.