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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

The top 8 markets and pop-ups in Toronto this February

Markets and pop-ups in Toronto for February definitely bring the love, from Valentine's craft sales to major bridal shows, and even the Erotic Arts and Crafts Fair. If food is your one true love, you can get your hands on Finnish meat pies this month, too. 

Events you might want to check out:

#LoveLocal Pop-Up Market (February 10 @ Studio by the Nooks)
Shop local art from passionate artisans from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., before a special Valentine's social with cocktails and snacks from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m..
Erotic Arts and Crafts Fair (February 10 @ Gladstone Ballroom)
This is a one-of-a-kind fair of knits, crafts, zines, and more inspired by erotic objects and emotions celebrates DIY sex and romantic culture. Just in time for Valentine's Day!
The Love Market (February 11 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Whether you're engaged, falling in love, or have a complicated relationship with your cat, this market has something for you. Vendors specialize in jewellery, lingerie, flowers, photography, and more.
Big News Breakfast Pop-Up (February 11 @ Left Field Brewery)
Nothing beats breakfast with beer. Pop by this pop-up for breakfast sandwiches made with the freshest veggies, herbs, meats, and cheeses, paired with the brewery's array of drink options.
Valentine's Day Craft Sale (February 11 @ The Native Canadian Centre Toronto)
Over 30 authentic Indigenous vendors present crafts and food to guarantee you'll have the perfect gift for February 14th, whether you celebrate Valentine's, Galentine's, Bromance, or any other type of love.
Trinity Bellwoods Winter Market (February 18 @ The Great Hall)
Trinity Bellwoods' official market inside the historic Great Hall is always an excellent cure for the impending winter blues. Check out new vendors, sample delicious local eats, and do it all for free!
Mama Raty's Finnish Meat Pie Pop-Up (February 23 @ Left Field Brewery)
Mama Raty serves up tasty Finnish meat pies consisting of savoury beef and rice filled centres wrapped in fluffy, fried dough. Admission is free and plenty of beer will be on site, too.
The Wedding Co. (February 25 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
You can trust that after 17 years of running this market, the Wedding Co. knows what's up. Over 70 passionate exhibitors gather at the wintery arts hub to help make your fantasy wedding day a reality.

by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO

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