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BAGA Hosts Flea Market

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The saying goes one man's trash is another man's treasure, and on Saturday there were many treasures to be found at the Bismarck Art and Galleries Association. 

The non-profit held it's annual flea market today to help raise money for studies and special presentations. The flea market opened at 8 in the morning, and organizers say people waited outside to get first dibs on items. The merchandise comes from members of BAGA as well as donations from the community.

The event showed people what BAGA has to offer. 

"It brings people in that aren't technically familiar with what we offer every month, and particularly right now, we have a wonderful exhibit of its art. There's some beautiful pieces out here, and it's great to see people's comments on that," says BAGA board member Madonna Guenthner. "They increase their familiarity with what we have to offer."

The remaining items were given to local thrift stores. 
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