What is Fleazaar?

Fleazaar is huge one day sale featuring merchandise of almost every kind. Flea market + bazaar = Fleazaar! Since the 1980's church members and the community have donated items to be sold. The sale is the 3rd Wednesday in July on our church grounds. Church members and community volunteers come together to put on this amazing event.

Key Dates-2025

Saturday, May 3rd and every Saturday through July 5th: Donation collection at the Fleazaar barns (in our parking lot).

Wednesday, July 16th THE BIG DAY!



Donation collection for 2025 will begin in May every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. through July 5. We can always use donations and volunteers! Please see the Guidelines link to help with any questions you may have.


It takes a village to make this event a reality. Church members along with community members are needed to volunteer. If you are interested in volunteering, please call the church office 715-543-2998 and you will be directed to our volunteer coordinator.

The list that follows is just a glimpse of what needs to be accomplished, even for this one day. Men, women, children, and families are encouraged to volunteer and become connected to our community as we prep for the event. Any volunteer with 10 hours or more will be rewarded with an early shopping period on Tuesday before the event opens. Come join us! Volunteers are needed for:

  • Donation Collection and Barn Organization - Saturday morning
  • Tent Setup and Organization - Week of event
  • Bazaar Set up inside church- Week of event
  • Event management - Event day
  • Tear down - Post event
  • Much more!

How does the church use the proceeds?

The funds raised from Fleazaar supports our church’s overall operating budget which enables us to give a portion to the following organizations in the


  • Camp Jorn Daycare     
  • Cattails Cottage     
  • Boulder Junction, Lakeland, and Mercer Food Pantries    
  • Frederick Place   
  • Hope in a Backpack·        
  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health)      
  • Presbyterian Women      
  • Scholl Community Impact Group      
  • Tri-City Domestic Abuse Center    
  • WINGS (Working Independently and Gaining Self Determination)  
  • Winnebago Mental Health

  • Beat Childhood Cancer      
  • Fort McCoy Refugees     
  • Foundation Fighting Blindness
  • Presbyterian Disaster Fund
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Salvation Army

  • Heifer International        
  • Doctors Without Borders    
  • Pura Vita (Guatemala)     
  • SERRV (Sales Exchange for Refugee Rehabilitation and Vocation)        
  • Tree of Lives