After a two-year hiatus thanks to last year's park renovation, the Alamo Square Flea Market returns this weekend — and it's happening in conjunction with the Sunday Streets closure of Fulton Street.

The market will feature local antiques, art, vintage clothing, jewelry, and craft vendors from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the renovated Alamo Square Park. Over 100 vendors will ring the sidewalks along the western end of the park, along two blocks of Scott Street, and on Fulton and Hayes Street as well, between Scott and Pierce.

The Alamo Square Flea Market dates back to the early 1980s, and has grown over the years, more recently taking advantage of the Sunday Streets schedule which features its own live entertainment and activities.

Also happening that morning and afternoon of September 10 is the Divisadero farmers' market, at Grove and Divis.

Interested vendors for the flea market can actually still apply by tomorrow, September 8. Find the vendor requirements here, and apply by emailing [email protected].