WAUKESHA - Wisconsin Rummage-O-Rama was back at the Waukesha Expo Center on Saturday, Feb. 12.
Rummage-O-Rama is a monthly, old-fashioned flea market – open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
"There's hundreds of things to look at out here. You can see all kinds of different things," Michael Ranic, owner of Wisconsin Rummage-O-Rama, said.
Crafts, antiques, collectibles – pretty much anything you could imagine – has the possibility to be the next one-of-a-kind item to place in your home or gift for a loved one.
"You’re never going to find this much variety under one building. There really is something for everybody," said Ranic. "I’m hard-pressed to think of why someone could walk in here and not buy something."
Rummage-O-Rama at Waukesha County Expo Center
Renee Love has been a consistent Rummage-O-Rama vendor for a few years now. She enjoys spinning her hand-made yarn and experiencing the camaraderie of the event every single month – something many say is what makes Rummage-O-Rama special.
"It feels like a family. I’ve known these people now going on 12 years," said Love.
"I’ve known the vendors over the years because I used to vend. I got to know them and just went with it," said Ranic.
Whether you’re a consistent flea market shopper, or just want something to do on a cold day, Rummage-O-Rama may have your next treasure.
"It really is a treasure hunt," Love said.