The Portland Flea was born in 2011 out of a love for interior design, vintage and craft. After living next to a bustling vintage market in London, Portland native Kate Sullivan was inspired to create a central marketplace for local vintage purveyors in her home town. Over the course of four years, the market on third Sundays at UNION/PINE grew to host the best vintage curators in town. 

In 2014 the Portland Flea partnered with Rejuvenation on a second market called Sunday Emporium which focused on locally-crafted home goods.

In April, 2016 Portland Flea + Food became our core market, held once a month at the intersection of SE 6th & Salmon, between Rejuvenation and Jacobsen Salt Co. This market combines our ever-growing vintage community and local makers + a very exciting addition: A food pavilion curated by Bunk Sandwiches.

Portland Flea + Food is held on last Sundays of the month. Dates for 2017 are: 

Feb 26, March 26, April 30, May 28, June 25, July 30, August 27, September 24, October 29, November 26


Kate Sullivan – Founder Flea was birthed out of Kate’s love of interior design + passion for reuse + a decade of experience in marketing and events. A Portland native, Kate lives in NE with her husband and baby boy. Her house is full of pre-loved goodies that she loves to arrange and rearrange.

Kate Sullivan – Founder

Flea was birthed out of Kate’s love of interior design + passion for reuse + a decade of experience in marketing and events. A Portland native, Kate lives in NE with her husband and baby boy. Her house is full of pre-loved goodies that she loves to arrange and rearrange.

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Liana Cavness – Market Manager

Liana is passionate about well crafted goods, well curated collections, negronis, summer, and this wonderful community called Flea. 

 

 

 

Heather MacDonald – Content Producer

Heather is an art-maker, photo-taker, and wearer of many hats (which she likes to pile high on top of her head). She is a creative producer by trade and a wild feminist at heart. She hopes to one day meet a nice French bulldog and live inside Anthropologie.