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A carnival, free yoga and a luxurious giveaway are each making their way down to the LIC Flea & International Food Bazaar this weekend.

Frankie’s Carnival Time is bringing carnival fun for the whole family on Saturday and Sunday at LIC Flea with games, prizes and a chance to try out your putting skills.

For the early birds looking for that morning stretch, the Yoga Room is presenting a free yoga session on Sunday, August 10 at 11 a.m.

While enjoying all the different vendors and activities at LIC Flea this weekend, there will also be a top giveaway prize of a Harrah’s Resort Party Package which includes luxury accommodations, VIP entry into Atlantic City’s The Pool After Dark and credit to use at one of Harrah’s Resort’s eight restaurants.

So whether you are looking to enjoy some carnival activities, stretch out all the weekday stress, try your luck or just have a relaxing weekend with family and friends, head down to the LIC Flea.

LIC Flea & International Food Bazaar is located at 5-25 46th Avenue in Long Island City and is opened every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 

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