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Astoria Flea And Food Night Market Returns To Kaufman Lot

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June 8, 2016 Staff Report

The Astoria Flea and Food night market will return to the neighborhood next month for three evenings of food, crafts and local brews.

The annual flea market will take place from 7 p.m. to midnight on three Saturday nights: July 9, July 16 and July 23. It is located in the Kaufman Astoria Studios outdoor movie lot, at 34-12 36th St.

There will be about 80 vendors selling food and crafts, as well as a bar serving local beer and wine, according to the Queens Courier, which is run by the team that presents this event and the LIC Flea and Food market at 5-25 46th Ave., Long Island City.

This is the third year that the flea market has set up in the Kaufman Astoria Studios lot, and the second year that it has been open at night.

Last year thousands of people attended the night market, according to the Queens Courier.

The LIC Flea and Food will continue to run in Hunters Point every Saturday and Sunday through October.

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