WBZ Flea Market
This annual 4-day flea market is a cherished Reinach tradition for which volunteers collect items throughout the year to sell and help raise money to benefit people with physical disabilities, creating jobs for them. The Wohn- und Bürozentrum für Körperbehinderte (WBZ) flea market is the largest in the region—a meeting place for collectors, a paradise for bargain hunters, a place for everyone to find something. Whether antiques, bags, baskets, clothes, dishes, electronics, fabrics, games, household goods, jewelry, or pictures in good quality—the selection is enormous, and with a little luck you can unearth beautiful rarities. A visit is definitely worth it! Visitors will also be lured by the beautiful Christmas booth; a large, well-stocked bookstall; and great offers on electric appliances.
If you live in the area and/or would like to volunteer some time, new helpers are always welcome year-round for sorting, repairing, washing, and storing, as well as setting up, decorating, and selling for the flea market—a diverse and interesting task that contributes to the well-being of people with disabilities.
Entrance is free.
Wohn- und Bürozentrum für Körperbehinderte