Antique collectors, treasure hunters and those just looking for a good bargain are invited to come out to the Gustine Rotary’s Flea Market on Sunday.

The flea market, which is one of Rotary’s annual fundraisers, will be from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Henry Miller Park in Gustine.

The Rotary expects about 40 vendors at the flea market, said Rotary treasurer Derek Nunes. The vendors will be selling antiques, art, beauty products, books, clothing, Color Street crafts, furniture, hair bows, jewelry, Paparazzi, tools, shoes, glassware and many other unique items.

“You never know what you might find out there,” said Nunes, who himself has found some old books to go into his collection. “The items out there come from all over.”

The Rotary will also have their own booth at the event with items collected from members.

There will be five food vendors at the event with different items for hungry shoppers to try.

In addition to the flea market, shoppers can find some good deals at the various garage sales that will be happening around town on Saturday and Sunday.

The garage sales are part of a city-wide event, in which all fees are waived and no permits are needed. As of Monday there are a handful of garage sales already signed up, with more expected as the week progresses. The City’s Recreation Department will be posting the locations of the garage sales on Facebook and Instagram starting on Friday.

Participants are asked to register online in advance at by clicking on Recreation Registration, the Special Events and lastly Permits.

For questions about the city event, call the City of Gustine at (209) 854-6471.

For those items that don’t sell, the City of Gustine and Mid Valley Disposal are hosting a city-wide collection event from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sept. 24 and the public works yard at 950 East Avenue in Gustine.