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The Sugar Hill Market will return on Sunday, July 13th at Maison Harlem on West 127th Street, for a special (one-day early) Bastille Day celebration. In addition to the good food, great wine, live music, and pétanque, the fete will feature the market's eclectic range of vendors; at the previous one, goods ranged from African wax cloth print bags to handcrafted stationery, and hot sauce, spices, and spreads.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Global Language Project, a local charity that supports bi-lingual learning.—Paula Ya-Jen Ho
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