Have you ever heard of the Really Really Free Market? It’s really really a thing and it’s being held in New Paltz. What’s the Really Really Free Market? Believe it or not, it’s where you can go to get free stuff, or maybe unload some of your no-longer-needed stuff. Talk about recycling and being green.

The Really Really Free Market will set up shop at Hasbrouck Park in New Paltz at 15 Mohonk Avenue on Saturday, April 16 from 12PM - 4PM. Maybe there is something that you or your family needs but can’t afford right now. Maybe there will be something that you’ve always wanted, but never had the chance to get. Or maybe you just love treasure hunting, and you’ll find your next great find. All for free. They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, so you never know.

The Really Really Free Market isn’t just for finding free stuff. It’s also a great way to get rid of some of the stuff that you no longer use or need. If you’ve got a bunch of things you’re trying to get rid of to make some space for some new things, you can bring them to the Really Really Free Market. From clothing to firewood, you can bring anything to get rid of. The only catch is that if you do join the market, you’ll have to stay with your stuff while getting rid of it so you can take home whatever wasn’t taken.

The folks at the Really Really Free Market ask that you please make sure all of the belongings are sanitized and clean.There will also be gloves and hand sanitizer available for anyone who needs it. The Really Really Free Market. What a great concept.

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