Please note that we will post on here and on our Facebook page when we will be open. April rent will be pushed forward and we will adjust rent when we open. You do not need to do anything. Just come to the main window for your tag on the first Sunday we open.
With recent numbers indicating a notable rise in the occurrence of Covid-19 coming in from states that had elected to start allowing re-opening of venues that attract large crowds, the board of directors of the Wentzville Community Cub have decided that the Wentzville Flea Market will remain closed for the present time.
The apparent resurgence is attributable to premature businesses opening and massive gatherings without social distancing or consistent wearing of a face mask. We understand the disappointment felt at this announcement but in conversations with vendors who travel the midwest attending fairs, festivals, and other flea markets nothing is open at this time. You are probably aware that two of the large, crowd producing events in our area have recently been canceled: the Festival of the Little Hills and the St. Charles County 4H Fair.
The work that we do in the community as a not-for-profit organization, is supported by our flea market and our bingo. Please understand that this is not a decision made lightly. We have not had an open source of income since the flea market's last operating date on March 15th. However, in addition to the financial support that we offer other not-for-profit organizations we have a greater responsibility to the public health and safety.
We appreciate your understanding that we feel this is the best decision that can be made by this board for the good of our community. As we have been, we will continue to stay informed of this ever-changing situation and move forward with everyone's best interest at heart.
The Wentzville Community Club, which operates the Sunday Flea Market will tentatively plan to reopen on Sunday, July 5, 2020.
The twice monthly Charitable Bingo will remain closed. With the health and well-being of visitors and WCC volunteers in mind, and in an ongoing effort to assist the community in preventing the spread of COVID-19, WCC will implement a number of enhanced safety measures.
WCC has developed a reopening plan by following guidelines from state and local authorities, the U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and local health officials. WCC is adopting a gradual approach to restore regular operations when it is safe to do so.
In accordance with those guidelines, WCC is implementing the following safety procedures:
While the Blue Pitcher Café is closed, food service will be available from the BBQ building which will be operated by local 501(c) 3 organizations.
Visitors are encouraged to wear face masks and to avoid the three C’s: closed spaces, crowded places, and close contact settings.
Please Excuse our Construction...
We have some spaces on the top lot blocked off currently. We are waiting on the rain to stop and it to dry out so that black top can be put back down.
This effects about 70 spaces, we still have over 300 available for sellers.
There are photo in the main building if you would like to see what was done.
We appreciate your understanding.
Flea Market - CLOSED
The Flea Market is OPEN every Sunday...Rain or Shine!
Reserve Vendors are April - November.
December, January, February & March are Non-Reserved Months.
Please note: NO Animals are allowed on our property.
- The Flea Market is Every Sunday, rain or shine.
- Selling starts at 6 am, indoor and outdoor vendors.
- Rent is $25 per space.
- Non-Reserved Spaces are always first-come, first-serve.
We have 300+ non-reserved spaces.
(We do NOT provide tables outside, you need to bring anything you might need for outside set-up.
- We offer both Reserved and Non-Reserved Spaces.
Currently we have a waiting list for the Reserved Spaces
(rented by the month), you must come in and add your name to the list for a reserved space.
Inside spaces: side doors open at 5:30am, come to the information window to be assigned your tables. Tables and chairs are provided, tables and/or chairs do NOT leave the building.
- Please see rules below or inquire at the information window in the main building on Sundays.
The flea market is open every Sunday, rain or shine.
Year-round and is home to over 400 vendor spaces.
(with the exception of Easter Sunday and bad weather)
Doors open at 5:30 a.m., Sunday Only
Selling begins at 6:00 a.m., Sunday Only
NOTE: IF YOU ARE A FLEA MARKET VENDOR YOU MAY NOT DISPLAY OR SET OUT YOUR ITEMS FOR SALE UNTIL 6:00 A.M. SUNDAY.
There is an ATM, restrooms and the Blue Pitcher Cafe available inside our main building for public use. Please note, that the Wentzville Community Club is not able to make change..
The WCC property is an animal-free environment. We do not allow any animals to be brought, sold, given away or in the company of anyone unless being used as a certified service animal. If you are found to be in the company of an animal while on our grounds you will be asked to leave. (This does include our parking lots.) This is to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all of our guests.
Please review our Rules & Regulations prior to participating as a new vendor.
In the event of inclement weather please watch this website for updates. or Follow our Facebook page. Wentzville Flea Market. Please note, if bingo is cancelled due to snow or ice on Saturday night then the flea market will also be cancelled.