There’s antiques, knickknacks, and many more at the thrift store. Or should it be, There will be an abundance of items this Saturday at the thrift store.

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    Your two example sentences are very different. I think your question might be clearer if you changed only the part of the sentence you are uncertain about. But to answer the question in your title: there's is simply a contraction of there is. – Benjamin Kuykendall Mar 13 at 3:04

"Antiques" and "knickknacks" are plural nouns. As you're listing a few items, I'd suggest using "there are" instead.

There are antiques, knickknacks, and many more items at the thrift store.

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