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LIC Holiday Market kicked off Saturday, open through Dec 21

Holiday marketNov. 3, 2014 By Michael Florio

The LIC Flea & Food kicked off its ‘Holiday Market’ this past weekend and will be open every Saturday and Sunday until December 21st.

The holiday market takes place inside a warehouse adjacent to where the LIC Flea & Food market takes place during summer–at 5th Street and 46th Ave.

The indoor holiday market, which has come back for its second season, is open for an extended period this year. Last year, it opened on December 7 and went through until December 22.

Many of the usual LIC Flea vendors will be at the holiday market. There will be clothing, jewelry, antique and art vendors—as well as those selling food and drink.

The market will provide children with the opportunity to get their picture taken with Santa. There will also be live holiday music.

The LIC Flea Beer Garden, which opened for the first time in mid-September, will be open serving locally-brewed beer as well as wine.

Hours: 11am-6pm Saturdays, Sundays


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