Markets and pop-ups this August will help you to hold on to summer. There'sÂ a unique collection of vendors, makers and creative curators ready to show off and sell you their best wares in cool spaces all over the city.ÂEvents you might want to check out:
Summer Pop up (August 3 @ 404 Adelaide St W.)
Go here to get TeeDot apparel hats, shirts, and tanks for super cheap. If you're into Toronto branded pieces for your look, you don't want to miss this pop-up.
Waterfront Artisan Market (August 5 @ HTO Park)
This is an easy breezy waterfront market featuring artisans, crafters, chefs and bakers, all on the edge of the water selling their goods. It's a great play to stop for a snack as you stroll, or some local goods to bring to your next BBQ.
The Black Artist Market (August 5 @ D-Beatstro)
This is a market dedicated to black artists and makers in Toronto complete with a vendors market, interactive demos and DJs.
Revel Food Summer Series (August 6 @ The Beaver)
It's Revel Food's final BBQ pop-up in the backyard of the Beaver. Don't miss their signature wings, cocktails and fresh summer tasting dishes. Stay for karaoke afterwards if you need to sing their praises.
Summer Parking lot sale (August 12 @ St. Luke's Church)
This is a good old fashioned summer parking lot sale on the East side featuring vintage clothes, home decor, crafts, food, and art by local makers.
Pop Up Maker Market (August 12 @ The Planet @ Dupont)
This pop-up inside a huge heritage building in the Junction Triangle features gems created by local artisans. It's a great place to find gifts or unique things for your apartment.
1st Annual Spooky Flea Market (August 12 @ Rue Morgue Manor)
Finally! Toronto has it's own Bunz-friendly spooky flea market. Whether you're purging your horror stash or in the market for a new favourite collectible check this creepy new market, which will also have cold drinks and BBQ.
Etsy Marketplace (August 23 @ Evergreen brick works)
A one-of-a-kind pop up market down in the Don Valley, this is a great spot to spend the afternoon discovering unique handmade goods and connect with the local artisans who make and sell them.
4th Annual Coconut Marketplace (August 26 @ David Pecaut Square)
This is a place to learn all about the health benefits of coconuts, while shopping through all sorts of coconut-ty goods. There'll be a vendors market as well as entertainment, dancers and an eco-fashion show.
The Eco Lifestyle Market - Summer Edition (August 27 @ The Great Hall)
Check out local, handcrafted, eco-friendly, sustainable and wellness vendors all under one roof with this selection of good green goodies for your body, beauty routine, style and house or apartment.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO