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Photos via Facebook/LIC Flea
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A few weeks after The World’s Fare showcases a world full of flavor in Flushing, the LIC Flea & Food Market will open for its sixth season.

The market’s first weekend is May 12 and 13, taking place at its usual spot located at 5-25 46th Ave. in Long Island City. It’s a short walk from the Court Square subway station and the East River Ferry.

This year, the renowned market will operate once a month, offering the best in food, crafts, vintage items and the all-Queens Beer Garden. Expect special food and beer festivals throughout the season, including the third Queens Beer Festival taking place the weekend of Oct. 14.

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The full LIC Flea & Food schedule is as follows: May 12-13, June 9-10, July 7-8, Aug. 4-5, Sept. 1-2 and Oct. 13-14. There will also be a special LIC Flea & Food market on Independence Day, Wednesday, July 4. The market will be open each day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks about additional weekend markets at other Queens locations.

For more information, sign up for the LIC Flea newsletter at licflea.com and “like” the LIC Flea Facebook page.

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