May 05, 2017

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Grand Bazaar NYC-Antiques, Artisans and Edibles    Every Sunday Year-Round 10am-5:30pm

Highlights of Upcoming Schedule:
April 30 – NYC Artisan Bazaar
May 7 – NYC Vintage Classics
May 21 – Ready, Set, Summer – Craft Market Pop-Up by NY Handmade Collective, former Etsy NY (Partner Event)
June 4 – International Food Bazaar
July 16 – NYC Artisanal Ice Cream Blizzard
August 20 – NYC Lemonade Challenge
September 24 – NYC Artisan Jewelry Bazaar
October 29 – Scary Bazaar
December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23 & 24 – Grand Holiday Bazaar
Columbus Avenue between 76th and 77th St

Hester Street Fair   Every Weekend April 22-October 28, 2017
Highlights of Upcoming Schedule:

April 29-30-Wellness Weekend
May 6-Dog Day
May 7-Cultural Traffic
May 13-Vintage Day with Housing Works
May 20-Ball’s Bistro
May 27-Lobster and Beer
June 3-Game Day
June 17-Record Day
July 1-Independence Day
July 15-Ice Cream Social
August 27-LES Talent Show
September 16-Textile Day
Corner of Hester and Essex St

LIC Flea & Food   April-October 2017 Saturday and Sunday 11am-6pm
Highlights of Upcoming Schedule:
June 10 & 11- Beer and Taco Takedown
July 4- Independence Day Party
July 22 & 23- Wine and Sweets Fest
August 12 & 13- International Beer Fest
September 16 & 17- BBQ and Brews
October 14-15-Queens Beer Festival
46th Ave and 5th St

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Queens Night Market 

Vendors Include: 
*Arancini Bros
*Hong Kong Street Food
*Completo NYC (Chilean Street Food)
*House of Mac
*MumsKitchens NYC (Barbadian Fishballs & Tamarind Balls)
New York Hall of Science, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens

*Check Website for Schedule

Smorgasburg/Brooklyn Flea
*Smorgasburg Prospect Park, Breeze Hill (East Drive at Lincoln Rd) 100+ vendors Open on Sundays
*Smorgasburg Williamsburg, 90 Kent Ave, East River State Park 100+ vendors Open on Saturdays
*Dumbo Flea, Manhattan Bridge Archway Plaza 80+ Vendors Open on Sundays and

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