Calling all shoppers, treasure hunters and the downright curious: whatever your interest, be sure to head to the Short North this Sunday for a day of different kinds of finds. It's the second of three annual open-air markets organized by Columbus Flea. The summer "flea-tique" will feature more than 40 vendors, both local and not, with vintage clothing and accessories, handmade jewelry, art, antique home items, vintage records and lots more. Plus, there will be plenty of great finds for your belly, including goodies from the Cheesy Truck, Jeni's Ice Cream and Yeah Me Too Coffee. And by showing your support, you'll be helping to feed families in need as all proceeds from the vendors' $60 booth fees benefit the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. Fleagoers are also encouraged to donate canned goods at the Columbus Flea headquarters tent. The free admission Summer Flea will take over the Fireproof parking lot at 1024 N. High St. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oh, and don't forget to mark your calendar for the Fall Flea, which takes place Oct. 9.

-Beth Stallings