Shared from the 2016-12-12 The Providence Journal eEdition

WARMING UP TO THE FLEA

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Michael Malkoff of Providence explores unique plastic dinosaur planters at the Strings ‘N’ Things booth with his 22-month-old daughter, Eliana, at The Providence Flea Holiday Market at Hope High School on Sunday. THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL/KRIS CRAIG PHOTOS

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John Greene of Johnston explains the range of “heat” in his collection of gourmet hot sauces at his booth at The Providence Flea Holiday Market.

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Shoppers browse the offerings in a booth at Hope High School during The Providence Flea Holiday Market on Sunday.

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Lisa Meyer of Kabyco Designs and Creations is reflected in the mirror of her Providence Flea Holiday Market booth neighbor, jeweler Pam Lorenzo of Black Sheep Design.

Shoppers enjoyed a respite from the cold while shopping at The Providence Flea Holiday Market at Hope High School on Sunday afternoon. The fourth annual Holiday Market featured goods from more than 80 local vendors, artisans and food vendors. The next Holiday Market will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 18. The market is held indoors at Hope High School, 324 Hope St., in Providence.

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