The top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for May 2019 welcome spring and its bounty with the return of the Toronto Flower Market. Inland is back to showcase Canadian-made apparel and there's a huge plant fair. Vintage clothing and retro pop culture goodies are up for grabs, as well.Events you might want to check out:
Inland (May 3-4 @ QRC West)
Two days of sustainable designer clothing and accessories are on at this big annual sale that focuses on Canadian-made fashion and local brands.
Citizen Crafts (May 5 @ The Great Hall)
Citizen Crafts is back with a huge market featuring over 45 vendors, including handmade artisans, food vendors and ethically minded-local businesses.
Punk Rock Flea Market (May 5 @ Lee's Palace)
Weird makers, rad DIY stuff and women vendors selling all sorts of new and vintage goods are all part of this market that includes music and drinks.
Toronto Flower Market (May 11 @ CAMH)
Spring is here and that means the Toronto Flower Market has sprung to feature dozens of local growers and florists selling fresh cut bouquets.
The Pop Culture Market (May 11 @ See Scape)
Records, video games, comics, instruments, electronics and clothing are all on sale at this market dedicated to the pop culture that made us.
Plant Fair (May 11 @ Roncesvalles United Church)
Pick yourself up one of the plant pals at this huge plant fair with an incredible array of horticulture and botanical goods for sale.
Toronto Designers Market Pop-Up (May 11 - September 29 @ Toronto Designers Market)
Local designers are coming out for this pop-up market dedicated to unique items, lifestyle and beauty products and handmade arts and crafts.
Leslieville Flea (May 12 @ The Broadview Hotel)
The Leslieville Flea is taking up shop inside the Broadview for a day of curated vendors specializing in vintage and handcrafted goods.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea (May 26 @ The Great Hall)
It's the spring edition of this huge market with food, drinks and local artisans selling gifts, clothing, beauty products, art and lots more.
Garrison Spring Vintage Market (May 26 @ The Garrison)
The Garrison and Black Diamond Vintage are teaming up for a day of vintage finds from local dealers and makers amongst music, food and drinks.
by Lisa Power via blogTO