On Saturdays around the village square in front of the Tibarg Center in summer season.

From the end of April to the beginning of October, children can buy or sell books, toys and clothes from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the village square in front of the Niendorfer Tibarg Center. To reserve a flea market stall, sellers can register at the Deutsche Bank branch at Tibarg 32 from one week before the respective flea market day. The stall fee of one euro will be donated to a good cause, such as disadvantaged children from the district. The flea market is organised by Arbeitsgemeinschaft Tibarg e.V., Tibarg Center and Deutsche Bank and will take place from April.

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