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EXCITING NEWS
Come join us for the first Annual
“GET YOUR FLEA FIX ON ROUTE 96”
Friday July 8th 4pm – 8pm & Saturday July 9th 8am – 4pm
Join your friends, local businesses, neighbors, and churches for this fun event… There will be MANY yard sales, antiques, handmade/craft items, Food, 8 different flea markets, and much, much more along Route 96. This will travel from Owego to Catatonk to Candor (both 96 and 96B), to Spencer, to West Danby, and on towards Ithaca. If you live on this route and are planning on a yard/garage sale please call us to include your address on the advertising list. The more people that sign on the better.  “No fee to include your address” ~ TOTALLY FREE J
 LET’S MAKE THIS A REALLY BIG EVENT!
If you don’t live on 96, Flea space is available @ the following locations
Candor Resource Center 607-972-6964
Kathy’s Korner/Warners 607-659-4332
Candor Fire Hall – Dorothy 607-659-3874
N. Spencer Christian Academy 607-589-6366
Side Hill Acres 607-659-4121
Hollenbecks Feed & Coal 607-687-2509
Compton Evans Vicki 607-760-5745
Bostwick Auctions 607-659-4842
For more info and updates Visit & join our Facebook page “Get your flea fix on Route 96” or contact Linda Cole @ 972-1443. **

Sponsored by Candor Chamber of Commerce, Bostwick Auctions & Community Volunteer’s

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  Some fun auction history :)
* Auctions Are The Oldest Profession ... Not what you were thinking?  :) ... According to The National Auctioneers Association, auctions date back in history so far that no one knows exactly how they got started or who started them. Records from ancient Greek scribes date auctions as far back as 500 B.C. I'm sorry to say, even women or daughters, were auctioned off. 

* Candles were used in the 1700s at auctions to declare the winner. If you were the high bidder at the time when the candle extinguished itself, you won the auction .. Glad that's in the past :) 

* America’s first president, George Washington, was an avid auction buyer 

* During the Civil War, goods seized by armies were sold by the colonel, hence the auctioneer's unofficial title of "colonel".

Watch for more fun facts to come :) 

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Indoor Winter Flea Market on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month from 8am - 2pm with vendors selling old and new items …. While here enjoy a hearty breakfast or lunch at “Kim’s auction house diner” (Diner opens @ 7:45am).  Call to be a vendor or visit to buy some good junQue

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Kim's Diner in the Auction house hours
Monday-Friday 7am-2pm Breakfast & Lunch
Not much time for lunch? Call your order ahead for quick pickup 
Kitchen phone 607-972-7704