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Break out your scrunchies, leggings and neon, because the North Shore Flea's next installment will draw inspiration from the movies of the '80s. The free-to-the-public flea is going to celebrate Molly Ringwald and friends with nostalgic items like movie posters and records, along with the usual spread of clothing, books, and local crafts.
Why the '80s? Because so many classic films were shot in the area—think Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Risky Business, and Sixteen Candles. The flea runs from 9am to 5pm on Sunday, August 11. Food will be provided by La Casa De Isaac.
· North Shore Flea [Official Site]
· Vintage Promotions [Official Site]
· All North Shore Flea coverage [Official Site]