Aug. 9, 2015 By Christian Murray
The Queens Courier announced Friday that the Astoria Flea & Food market—which it organizes in conjunction with the Kaufman Astoria Studios—will be back for its second year.
The market will be open for a shorter season this year and will be held on Saturday nights. It will operate on three late-summer evenings– Sept. 12, 19 and 26 from 6pm to 11 p.m, according to the newspaper.
The market will be held at the Kaufman Astoria Studios outdoor lot—which is located on 36th Street (between 34th and 35th).
Venders will be selling food, antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts, fashion and more.
The Astoria Flea was introduced to the neighborhood last year and represented an expansion of the Courier’s LIC Flea, an event held on the Hunters Point waterfront.