Last minute shoppers get three different options to pick up a Valentine's Day gift this weekend

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If you want to be happy for the rest of your life, as the saying goes, make sure you marry someone who says they don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day and actually means it. For the rest of you, however, you’re lucky that the pop-up market scene in Orlando is so strong right now. On Saturday, the Will’s A Faire market returns to Will’s Pub in slightly reduced form for Will’s Lil Affaire, a vintage and indie market with live music, food trucks and 45 different vendors so that you can find something special for your special-est friend. In Audubon Park, Vintage Valentine takes over the parking lot in front of the Lovely and Park Ave CDs, offering clothing, furniture, records and other knick-knacks on Sunday. And down in the Milk District, the Lazy Lovers edition of the Milk Mart market unites the clans of the Robinson Street strip on Sunday for a market with even more vendors and a GIF-making photobooth. Try embedding that on a last-minute card from the drugstore. You can’t.

1-6 p.m. Saturday; 1-6 p.m. Sunday; noon-6 p.m. Sunday | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; The Lovely, 2912 Corrine Drive; The Milk District Pavilion, 2432 E. Robinson St. | willspub.org;
facebook.com/vintagevalentineofficial; facebook.com/milkmartorlando | free

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