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Queens Museum to hold Winter Holiday Market this Sunday

Dec. 13, 2016 By Hannah Wulkan

Get in some last minute holiday shopping while enjoying food from local vendors at the Warming Up Winter Holiday Market at the Queens Museum.

The Queens Museum and the Queens Night Market have joined forces to offer a market full of food and craft goods from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. this coming Sunday, Dec. 18, inside the museum at Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

The market will offer selections from more than 60 local vendors selling handmade gifts and a wide variety of food.

Products will include handmade stationary, jewelry, ceramics, clothing, and more, with something for everyone. For the borough enthusiast, shoppers can pick up some Queens themed merchandise from QNSMADE, or for the tech fanatic, can buy a recycled robot made of vintage materials from Vintage Robot.

Shoppers who work up an appetite will also have an array of prepared to choose from, with some of the most popular vendors from the Night Market in attendance. Many local bakeries will be on the scene to offer some sweet treats, and Broadway Panda Café will offer bubble tea and snow ice.

For a full list of vendors and more information, visit

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