Nearly all year long, a group of cheerful, fun and dedicated volunteers run a small but growing Friday church sale. Through their efforts, in the fine, old Victoria neighborhood of James Bay, a gem of a bargain hunter's market springs up once a week. Locals know to be there when it opens at ten for the best finds.
Previous treasures have ranged from a Bose tv speaker to a cribbage board carved from an antler, from a 19th century Dutch etched plaque to Ronson dinner candles. Good used clothing, books, kitchenware and appliances, wall art, lighting fixtures, jewelry, luggage, furniture, and just plain old, odd stuff available for the bother of a good browse and a few dollars.
From May to September they'll be open Saturdays as well. Combined with the Superior farmers/craft market just down the road, it would be a great way to start a weekend's worth of out-and-about.