DETROIT (WWJ) – Antique and bargain hunters will find collectibles, contemporary treasures and a variety of arts and crafts at the 31st annual Historic Fort Wayne Flea Market, taking place this weekend — on Saturday and Sunday, April 13-14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Returning by popular demand, tours of the Historic Fort Wayne complex will be offered each day. The guided tours will include the Star Fort built in the 1840s and the Spanish-American War Guard House.

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The Glancy Trains Modular Railroad Club also returns with their amazing toy train layout and promoting the newly renovated Glancy Trains exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum.

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Secured parking is $5 per vehicle, admission is free for the flea market, and the tours are priced at $3 per person. Refreshments and baked goods will also be for sale.

Historic Fort Wayne is located at 6325 W. Jefferson, at the foot of Livernois.

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For more information, call Shirley Hartert at 313-882-6107 or visit www.historicfortwaynecoalition.com.