This market is a nonprofit dedicated to supporting student scholarships and activities since 1977. The PCC Flea Market is an antiques, collectibles, hand made or artisan crafted goods market.Using our online itinerary creator, Pasadena attractions like Pasadena City College Flea Market can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
Founded by native sons of Pasadena, the first market was in 1977. By 1979, the show had become a permanent fixture of PCC on the first Sunday of every month.
The Market supports $30,000 in scholarships annually, the PCC Pep Squad, the Cross-Cultural Center, and host of other activities on campus.
Pasadena City College Flea Market reviews
There are some typical flea market items here, but there is also a lot of items you might not think of; handmade stationery, Mexican blankets, vegan leather, some furnishings you need for your... more »
First, admission is free, 1st Sunday of every month, collectables, period furniture, vinyl, great tamales, lots of period clothing, something for everyone. more »
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