The top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for November 2018 are here to get you ready for the holidays. The One of a Kind Show returns with gift ideas galore while the Toronto Christmas Market amps up the holiday cheer. Sex stuff, food, crafts, old paper and records are all for sale, as well.Events you might want to check out:
The Everything to Do With Sex Show (November 2-4 @ The International Centre)
A weekend of all-things "adult" is on with a market place full of the newest trends in sex merch, workshops, seminars, entrainment and more.
Downtown Record Show (November 4 @ Estonian House)
Over 100,000 records are up for the buying at this giant record sale featuring nearly every conceivable music genre spread across 50 tables in two rooms.
Whole Life Expo (November 9-11 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Health and wellness vendors gather to showcase all things natural health, with over 200 vendors and speakers on hand dedicated to green living.
Toronto Christmas Market (November 15 - December 23 @ The Distillery District)
The sights and smells of Christmas are in the air at this big market where you'll find lots of yummy goodies spread throughout the festivities.
Old Book and Paper Show (November 18 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Wychwood Barns is set to fill up with stacks of old paper, prints, photographs, comics and posters spread across 70 tables.
Gourmet Food and Wine Expo (November 22-25 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Foodies, rejoice! Gourmet food and wine is on the menu at this big expo, with over 1,500 food and drink types, industry leaders and exhibitions.
One of a Kind Show (November 22 - December 2 @ Enercare Centre)
Local and regional artisans show off their unique, handmade wears with everything from clothing, decor, gifts, art, food and lots more.
Indigenous Artisan Marketplace (November 23-25 @ Native Canadian Centre of Toronto)
Jewellery, dreamcatchers, clothing, moccasins, paintings and more from over 40 Indigenous artists and makers are available at this three-day market.
Etsy Holiday Market (November 25 @ The Great Hall)
Toronto's Etsy community is coming out just in time for the holidays with 50 makers selling all kinds of locally-made gifts and lifestyle goods.
Toronto's Chanukah Market (November 25 @ The Warehouse at Downsview Park)
A celebration of Jewish culture is on at this big market with traditional food, shopping, entertainment and cooking demos.
by Lisa Power via blogTO