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Saturday, March 31, 2018

The top 10 markets and pop-ups in Toronto this April

The top markets and pop-ups in Toronto this April are set to showcase a ride range of talent with everything from yoga to motorcycle enthusiasts celebrating the best their communities have to offer.

Events you might want to check out:

Bazaar of the Bizarre (April 1 @ 6 Noble St)
Everything different, interesting, weird, strange, one of a kind, macabre, and whimsical can be found at this show.
Toronto's Bridal Show (April 6-8 @ Enercare Centre)
Peak wedding season is creeping up and this show will feature fashion shows, giveaways, and all the gowns galore.
Green Living Show (April 6-8 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Green living is in and this show will focus on simple solutions for leading a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
Spring Motorcycle Show (April 7-8 @ The International Centre)
The latest in all things motorcycle will be here including new, used, custom and vintage bikes.
All About Women Show (April 13-15 @ International Centre)
This three-day show focuses on the latest products and services tailored to women of all ages.
Yoga Conference and Show (April 12-15 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Wellness vendors, classes, workshops, and speakers are just some of the things happening at this yoga trade show.
Queen Books Pop-Up (April 14 @ Left Field Brewery)
Books and beer come together at Left Field when Queen Books pops by with a big selection of titles and genres to peruse.
Gladstone Earth Day Flea Market (April 22 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Shop from local, ethical, and environmentally sustainable makers during the Earth Day edition of the Gladstone Flea.
Trinity Bellwoods Flea (April 22 @ The Trinity Bellwoods Flea)
The April Showers edition of the Trinity Bellwoods Flea means getting stocked up all things spring from local vendors and artisans.
Fashion Night Market (April 27 @ The Artisan Factory)
Toronto Is My Boyfriend and Artisan Factory are collaborating to celebrate all things fashion with a night market featuring local vendors.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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