Friday, November 29, 2019

The top 15 markets and pop-ups in Toronto this December

Markets and pop-ups in Toronto for December 2019 give you the chance to shop local for everyone on your gift list with artists and makers selling all kinds of unique goodies. There's a big Swedish Christmas Fair and the Black Owned Holiday Market is on in a new location. Happy shopping!

Events you might want to check out:

Purolator Pop-Ups for the Holidays (November 29 - December 29 @ 218 Yonge St)
Canada’s first-of-its-kind shop and ship self-serve kiosk is here just in time for the holidays to make sending gifts easier this holiday season.
The Baby G Holiday Flea (December 1 @ The Baby G)
A curated selection of vintage collections, handcrafted goods, vinyl, rare and exciting finds are on at this sip and shop holiday flea.
Chanukah Market (December 1 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
A celebration of Jewish food culture is on at this huge market with festive treats, gifts, entertainment, music and cooking demos.
GH Marketplace (December 1 @ Gladstone Hotel)
This market features a carefully selected group of makers that work at the intersections of art, design, craft and fashion.
Flamingo Market (December 1 @ Buddies in Bad Times)
Toronto's LGBTQ2SIA+ business owners and makers are dropping by for this market with lots of unique gifts, artwork, crafts and cool finds.
VICE Festive Night Market (December 4 @ VICE Canada)
VICE Canada is opening up its Liberty Village office for an after-work night market featuring nearby local vendors, live music, drinks and snacks.
FAN EXPO Holiday Market (December 7 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Fan Expo may be a long way off but its famous marketplace is back for the holidays with tons of pop culture goodies for the geek in your life.
Parkdale Flea (December 7-8 @ Northern Contemporary Gallery)
Handmade and sustainable goodies, unique gifts and cool art are all part of this local flea that's extended to two days, just in time for the holidays.
Swedish Christmas Fair (December 7-8 @ Daniels Spectrum)
HallÄ, holiday shoppers! This big, traditional Swedish fair is back in a new location to feature food, drinks, gifts, crafts and more, plus performances and music.
Leslieville Flea (December 7-8 @ Jimmy Simpson Recreation Centre)
Over 65 vendors are setting up shop during this big flea market with a special focus on vintage finds, handcrafted items and holiday treats.
The Queen V Collective (December 14 @ MAKE GOOD Studios Coworking Space)
Back again is this all-vegan market with cruelty-free goodies and speciality products with vendors from all over the country.
Black Owned Holiday Market (December 14 @ The International Centre)
A big selection of goods are on at this annual holiday market featuring Black-owned businesses, artists, makers and designers.
Caribbean Christmas Market (December 14 @ Ralph Thornton Community Centre)
The Islands are coming to Canada just in time for Christmas during this pop-up that features Caribbean arts, crafts, gifts, food and fashion.
Trinity Bellwoods Flea (December 15 @ The Great Hall)
Shop from more than 100 vendors during this huge holiday market with artists, makers and designers selling locally-made goods of all kinds.
Addams Family Christmas Bazaar (December 20 @ See Scape)
It's a Halloween Christmas and this annual bazaar is back to feature an alternative to the usual gift options, plus food, drinks, prizes and costumes.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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