Alicia Hansen (@aliciamhansen) is a Cleveland mama, event professional, yoga teacher and dog lover.
Alicia shares how she and her daughter make the most of their time on Flea days.
Quick tip for first-timers: Make getting in easy-breezy — bring singles to the entry gate! It’s $4 for single day, $6 for the whole weekend.
Alicia’s Five Must-Dos at Spring Flea:
STOP 1: Lunch
First stop is always the food trucks. We arrive right before the lunch rush and usually end up at a Flea mainstay, like Cleveland Field Kitchen. I split a tasty sandwich, made with the freshest ingredients, with my mini-me.
STOP 3: Keep It Colorful
Then to the Flea Color Wall to snap a few shots for Instagram. (My toddler daughter is a little ham — just like her mother!)
STOP 4: Delivery Duty
One more lap back around to grab an order of Donut Lab donuts — to-go to drop off at my bro’s on the ride home. Take care of the ones you love.
STOP 5: Stick Around
Give yourself enough time to check out as many vendors as possible. It’s a seasonal event. Take advantage of it while it’s here! No need to flee the Flea — there’s plenty to do, see and enjoy all day long (or both days)!