The top markets in Toronto for October will have you spooked at haunted events, rocking out at the punk rock flea and filling up on vegan goodies in time for Oktoberfest. There's a big Israeli market and the last Toronto Flower Market of the season as well.Events you might want to check out:
Toronto Flower Market (October 6 @ CAMH)
Fresh cut flowers and hand-made bouquets from local growers are available at this market on both October 6 and 20.
Yoga and Wellness Show (October 13-14 @ Enercare Centre)
Everything needed to step up your yoga and wellness game from nutrition, health, mercy and motivation are on at this big show.
The Leslieville Flea (October 14 @ Ashbridge Estate)
Specializing in vintage and handcrafted goods, this curated community market is back with everything to get you ready for fall.
Vegan Oktoberfest Market (October 14 @ The Great Hall)
For all the vegans who love a good Oktoberfesting, this market is jam-packed with vegan goodies in the style of traditional German treats.
Punk Rock Flea Market (October 21 @ Lee's Palace)
Back again is this flea market dedicated to all things punk with local makers, punk rock tunes and drinks on site.
Wellness Market (October 21 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
It's the age of wellness and this market centres on your centre with latest in green beauty, healthy foods and spiritual practices.
Haunted Market (October 21 @ Eyesore Cinema)
Spooky goods are on at this haunted market with arts, crafts, collectibles, posters and more just in time for Halloween.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea (October 21 @ The Great Hall)
This big flea has over 50 vendors selling handmade clothing, art, food and everything to get you good and ready for autumn nesting season.
Shuk Machane Yehuda (October 21-22 @ Former Sears at Promenade Mall)
Israeli goods from all over the world arrives at this huge market featuring food and drink, spices, artwork, home and lifestyle goods and more.
Toronto Ski and Snowboard Show (October 25-28 @ The International Centre)
Ski and snowboard enthusiasts can get their hands on the latest gear just time for snow season at this big trades show and swap.
by Lisa Power via blogTO