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Pierce Vintage Market returns

The Topanga Vintage Market will be offering live music, food from various food trucks in the L.A. area, and over 180 vendors selling collectibles, antiques, and vintage clothing at Pierce College on Feb. 23.

On the last Sunday of every month, Pierce will become a venue for the Topanga Vintage Market, formerly held in the Topanga Promenade parking lot.  The event will be located in Lot 7, the large parking lot located on Mason Avenue and Victory Boulevard.

Co-founder Patrice Curedale expressed her gratitude to Pierce for hosting the event on campus since the event had become too large for it’s previous venue.

“Right from the start we were trying to create a fundraiser,” Curedale said. “With Pierce as our venue, we were able to give our funds back to the community instead of a shopping center.”

The market donates its earnings to The Foundation Program at Pierce College, which develops resources and increases public awareness to support the students, educational programs and campus for the benefit of the community served by the college.

The market also offers a place for artists to display their work and original creations at Artists Alley.

Booths are available to rent for $78, allowing vendors to sell quality vintage, antiques, and collectibles, including art and objects made in a vintage style.

No pets are allowed and the market plans to stay open rain or shine with the price of admission being $2 (children under the age of 12 are free.)

For more information about this event, visit the Pierce Vintage Market website: http://www.topangavintagemarket.com/.

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