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Monday, July 30, 2018

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

Summer is prime market season in Toronto and the top markets and pop-ups for August have a lot in store, notably the return of the Waterfront Night Market and its new home over at Ontario Place. Vintage, secondhand and new goodies are all up for grabs as well.

Events you might want to check out:

Really Really Free Market (August 4 @ Campbell Park)
You don't need to resist the urge to spend money at this monthly market. It's completely free; no money, no swapping. Just show up and enjoy.
Rahyma Pop-Up (August 4-5 @ 80 Spadina Avenue)
Shop a variety of luxury African print attires in everything from dresses, skirts, jumpsuits, high-low jacket dress, t-shirt dresses, blouses and more.
Ontario Vintage Market (August 5 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Vintage brands from all over the province arrive with everything from furniture, clothing, accessories and more for this bi-monthly vintage market.
Waterfront Night Market (August 10-12 @ Ontario Place)
Now at its new home over at Ontario Place, this night market is known for a huge selection of Pan-Asian food, as well as art and lifestyle goods.
Second Cousin Vintage Pop-Up (August 11-12 @ The Drake General Store)
For the fashion-forward, SCV is offering unique and expressive vintage clothing and accessories over two days during this specially curated pop-up.
Etsy Summer Market (August 12 @ The Great Hall)
Makers from all over the city show off their crafts, lifestyle items and one-of-a-kind goods during the summer edition of this big market.
The Leslieville Flea (August 12 @ Ashbridge Estate)
Collectibles, hand-crafted goods, vintage, salvage and antique items are all available at this neighbourhood flea market.
Toronto Flower Market (August 18 @ CAMH)
Stop and smell the roses—literally—at this month's TFM with stunning flowers and custom bouquets sourced from local and regional growers.
Pop-Up at the Barns (August 18 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
This community market is staked with local sellers bringing forth a huge array of local art, collectibles, vinyl, jewelry, home and lifestyle goods and more.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea (August 19 @ The Great Hall)
"Local everything" is the name of the game at this big monthly market, with sellers on-hand to show off their hand-crafted goods and speciality items.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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