Wentzville Community Club
Sundays only, 6 a.m. until as long as it lasts
Change is coming to the Community Club flea market, and manager David Boland is happy about it.
“We’re adding electricity to our outdoor spots and looking at adding Wifi for the site,” he says. “We’ve been having this flea market for about thirty years, so it doesn’t hurt to update some things.”
What won’t change is the variety of goods for sale by the more than three hundred vendors. “We have sixty-five tables inside and about three hundred spaces outside,” David says. It’s not the first time this flea market has
been called the “best.” “We were named the best flea market in the state by the local paper,” David says. “They stopped doing that category a couple of years back. I guess that’s because we always won it.”
The flea market is part of a service organization that does a lot of good for the area, and all money made goes back into the organization so it can continue providing needed services to community members. “Bingo and the flea market are our biggest moneymakers,” David says. “It’s a good thing for the shopper and the community.”