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Photo courtesy of Psychotique Creations
Photo courtesy of Psychotique Creations

It’s the holiday season and with Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and the office-wide Secret Santa, the pressure to buy great gifts is on. Luckily, Queens is up to the challenge, and the world’s most diverse borough is about to host various pop-up markets where savvy shoppers can choose from a wide array of locally made crafts at fantastic prices — or learn to make crafts themselves. A list of upcoming bazaars follows:

Photo courtesy of Fairyland Amigurumi

Photo courtesy of Fairyland Amigurumi

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