The long and colorful tradition of the Anza swap meet continues to treat area residents with great value and interesting choices. Held at the Community Hall in the small rural town, the sale attracts vendors from near and far, offering collectibles, housewares, tools, decor and so much more. Many of the items are used, some are unique, and others are brand new.Barbara Ann Keller, along with her right hand man Michael Schneider, organize the event and collect vendor fees, all the while catching up on the latest local news from sellers and guests alike.The schedule for the swap meet had been changed last year from every Saturday to the first and third Saturdays of the month. As people got into the rhythm of the new arrangements, the sale thrived.[gallery td_select_gallery_slide="