Lincolnville Center Indoor Flea Market will take place Saturday, July 19, in the Community Building located on Route 173, at 18 Searsmont Road in Lincolnville Center, next to the United Christian Church. Doors will open at 8 a.m. and the market runs to noon.

Although it is only its second season, Lincolnville Center Indoor Flea Market is developing into happy hunting ground for customers of all interests. Many have commented about the quality and selection of the merchandise being sold from food items like Richard Lenfest's maple syrup and homemade pies and the Donut Lady's old-fashioned mashed potato donuts, to the unique selection of antiques offered by Jack Kennedy, Kathy Zvanovec, Greg Dow, and Nancy Tufo, the Button Lady. Carolyn Bennett will be selling items from her parents' diner, mantel clocks, and a 1950s doll house. Those interested in crafts will be fascinated by the Kenyan artwork on sale by the nonprofit Aina Moja, the jewelry and glassware from BayLeaf cottages, and beaded jewelry by teenager Magan Thorell. The United Christian Church, sponsors of the event, will also be selling household items, hand-knitted hats and scarves, and pickles and preserves.

Lincolnville Center Indoor Flea Market will be held the third Saturday of each month through October. For information or to rent a table contact Mary Schulien at 785-3521. Proceeds from table rentals benefit the upkeep of the Community Building. This event is sponsored by the United Christian Church (UCC).