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Enjoy the fall shopping season at LIC Flea
Welcome October with fl air at LIC
Flea & Food this weekend!
Come out and enjoy an array of delicious
Keep sending us entries to our “Salute to
People in Queens Parks” photo contest!
Photo by Angela Callisaya
global fare and grab a $3 dollar
brew from the market’s beer garden
from 1 to 2 p.m. each Saturday and
Sunday. At all times, the beer garden lets
you enjoy local craft beers from Queens
You can also stroll through the market
to meet some of the new vendors joining
the market this fall season.
One new vendor is Dorothy B & Co.
Th is is the candle lovers company, and
perfect for those with fabulous taste who
are seeking a deliciously scented candle
and inspirational quotes. She off ers
100 percent organic soy candles, made
with American soy wax and pure cotton
wicks for clean burning.
With scents like mango passion and
blackberry sage, and candles with quotes
such as “Focused and Fabulous,” “Goal
Digger” and “Good Vibes,” you will
defi nitely fi nd the perfect candle to
enhance your special space.
Rosie’s Attic brings you grandma’s
furniture, but better. Th ey curate collectables
and antiques that are modern
and vintage. Named in honor of her
grandmother, Rosie’s Attic picks fabulous,
aff ordable furniture so your home
will look warm, chic and full of character.
Savage Hall apparel makes its debut
this weekend with an amazing selection
of curated thrift . Kim and Kristin
hand select and edit every piece in their
unique collection. Th ey will be at the
market every Sunday in October.
Also, make plans to visit the LIC Flea
on Oct. 14 and 15 for the second Queens
Beer Festival, where you where you can
grab a taste from every Queens-based
brewery along with a curated selection
of brews from Brooklyn, Th e Bronx and
Staten Island. Get your tickets now at
LIC Flea & Food is open every Saturday
and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
and is located at 5-25 46th Ave., at the
corner of Fift h Street and 46th Avenue,
in Long Island City. For more information
and to learn about the monthly special
events, visit www.LICFlea.com.
If you have a love for photography
and the borough
of Queens, we have a contest
that’ll make you smile
in a fl ash.
The Queens Courier
and the New York City
Department of Parks and
Recreation are teaming up
to present the “Salute to
People in Queens Parks”
photo contest. We’re looking
for photographers of all
levels to submit their best
photos people enjoying
themselves of Queens parks.
Th e contest is divided into
two categories: groups and
individuals. It will showcase
men, women and children
enjoying everything that
Queens parks has to off er.
Each category has 12
fi nalists, and all fi nalists will
have their pictures on display
at the Queens Museum
as part of a special exhibit.
One fi nalist from each category
will be selected as overall
fi nalists for the grand
prize: a $100 gift card to a
fi ne dining establishment in
Queens. Th e second overall
fi nalist will receive a
$75 dining gift card, and
the third overall fi nalist will
receive a $50 dining gift
Th e “Salute to People in
Queens Parks” photo contest
is open now; all entries
must be sent via email to
Salute to People in Queens
Parks) or on our Instagram
QNSgram with the hashtag,
entries must be submitted
by Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.
No purchase necessary.
Void where prohibited.
Employees of Schneps
Communications or its subsidiaries
and the New York
City Department of Parks
and Recreation are not eligible