The group lives around the Manassas National Battlefield Park near where the proposed parkway would be built and worry that the roadway would adversely affect their quality of life.
The flea market is planned for 8 to 1 p.m. on Sept. 7 at the Thamara Horse Boarding Facility at 5904 Pageland Lane, Manassas.
Purses, framed art, books and furniture will be available at the flea market. All the items are donated by the neighbors living around the battlefield. All the money earned will offset the costs associated with protesting the roadway, an action the group refers to as, "The Bi-County Rebellion."
Other donations are also being accepted. For more information on the flea market, call 703-753-3405. Are you for or against the Bi-County Parkway?