But there is no catch to the Really Really Free Market, a chain of free swapmeets intended to help the needy, bring together the community, and bring about social change in a capitalist society. Each Really Really Free Market is different, but the ideals of “share and share alike” are always the same. Participants bring free food, donate used goods and offer free services such as haircuts, bicycle repair or music. No, you don't even need to donate to be able to take something home. There are several chapters of the Really Really Free Market across the world, including two in Orange County: Fullerton and Anaheim.
Most of the items donated were clothing–vintage styles for men and women, children's
clothes, punk-rock band shirts, shoes. But cute one-of-a-kind objects such as the handmade cow pictured above were nestled in between the textiles.
If you are interested in starting a Free Market in your town, check out the organization's website.
Check out additional photos from Sunday below: