Canton flea market changes owners, name
BY PAUL MITCHELL
North Country This Week
CANTON – The flea market in Canton has new owners and a new name.
Ownership has shifted to Stacy Narrow, of Colton, and Clint Roberson, of Canton who have reopened the former Classy Collectibles business that closed Dec. 24.Now open as The Rabbit Hole Antiques and Treasures in the University Plaza, the market features 35 vendors with 60-plus booths.
The public is invited to a grand opening event and ribbon cutting on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 10 a.m. The event will include a raffle drawing for gift baskets with coffee and donuts offered.
Narrow said that after hearing of the store’s sudden closing just a week before they were closing the doors, she and Roberson, former owner of Roberson’s Heating and Plumbing, jumped into action.
Narrow was a vendor there for 8 years and employee for 2 years. Roberson was also a vendor.
“We quickly made some calls in hopes of taking over the location and keeping the vendors in the store,” Narrow said. “After a major clean out, shifting of booth locations within the store and recruiting of new vendors, The Rabbit Hole has a completely new look.”
She added that changes are still in the works that will come over time.
“The Rabbit Hole offers everything from antiques and collectibles, furniture and households to new merchandise with inventory changing weekly,” Narrow remarked.
She noted that although the flea market is near capacity, a space or two may still be available to rent out. If interested in becoming a vendor or consignor, call the store at (315) 714-1040.
Store hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hours are subject to change.