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Holiday Market to Take Place at the Italian Charities of America in Elmhurst Saturday

Italian Charities of America, 83-20 Queens Blvd. (Google Maps)

Dec. 7, 2018 By Meghan Sackman

The Italian Charities of America will be hosting a holiday flea market this Saturday, Dec. 8.

The market, which will be the last of the four scheduled holiday markets hosted by this non-profit, will be located at 83-20 Queens Blvd. and will operate all day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Vendors will be selling Christmas and holiday gifts that include vintage books and clothing, toys, bags, jewelry, and more.

The event is free, family friendly, and will offer opportunities to purchase unique and handmade items. Drinks and refreshments will also be available for purchase.

For more information call (718) 478-3100.

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JHeights my whole life

Suzaan this article is dated December 7th and the event took place December 8th. That is advanced notice. Shout out to Italian Charities for throwing this event for our community. I wish there was more of this event like every weekend between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

jane doe

suggestion re Italian Charities..
install a suggestion box. experiment for a month to see if idea yields success.


Can’t you announce this BEFORE it happens rather than after??? I wanted to go but received it on the 11th


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