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Monday, April 30, 2018

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

The top markets and pop-ups this month usher spring in with the first Toronto Flower Market of the season and the Spring Into Parkdale Sidewalk Festival & Night Market.

Events you might want to check out:

Wear Your World UT Exhibit (May 2-5 @ Queen Street West and McCaul)
This pop-up from UNIQLO features close to one thousand graphic tees from the 2018 UT collection.
Stray and Wander x Cobalt Swim Pop-Up (May 7-24 @ 38 Ossington Ave)
Luxury goods designer Stray & Wander is teaming up with Cobalt Swim at this pop-up sale to get you ready for summer.
Buy Good. Feel Good. Expo (May 10-13 @ Enercare Centre)
Ethical, sustainable and locally-sourced products will be available from a huge selection of vendors.
Spring into Parkdale (May 12 @ Parkdale Village)
Queen West gets taken over by a sprawling festival and night market stretched out between Roncesvalles and Dufferin streets.
Blossom and Bloom (May 12-14 @ Union Station)
Union Station is set to be transformed into a floral paradise with live music, art installations and interactive workshops for Mother's Day.
Toronto Flower Market (May 12 - October 20 @ CAMH)
This spring favourite kicks off the season, featuring locally grown flowers from fields and greenhouses around the city.
Leslieville Flea (May 13 @ The Broadview Hotel)
Local vendors bring in a curated selection of vintage and handcrafted items, plus drinks and a casual barbecue.
Pop-Up at the Barns (May 19 - October 6 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
The first community market of the season will feature dozens of artisans, food, activities and entertainment.
Lift Cannabis Expo (May 25-27 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Exhibitors and industry speakers will be on hand to present on all things cannabis.
Trinity Bellwoods Flea (May 27 @ The Great Hall)
Vendors are taking up shop inside and outside of the Great Hall with goods and treats from a wide variety of makers.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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