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Community arts and crafts market

PLG Arts announces the third annual “ArtMart 11225,” a community arts and crafts market, October 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (rain date: October 5) on Lincoln Road between Ocean and Flatbush avenues.

The market will feature the work of Brooklyn artists and artisans. Get a jump start on the holidays with gorgeous hand-made jewelry and knit-wear, one-of-a-kind pottery, African drums; and smaller gift items, or spice up your wardrobe with unique silk-screened T-shirts and accessories.

Additionally, local landscape photographers, lithographers, and painters will be displaying and selling their art. Children’s arts and crafts activities will take place throughout the day at the Maple Street School Lincoln Road, and visitors to ArtMart will want to take advantage of great local food that reflects the diverse community of Prospect Lefferts Gardens: K-Dog and Dunebuggy (coffee, treats, soups and sandwiches), Enduro (Mexican), Meytex Lounge (Ghanaian), and Ali’s Roti Shop (Trinidadian).

For more on “ArtMart 11225,” visit www.plgarts.org, call 718-393-7733, or email artmart11225@plgarts.org.

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