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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

The top 10 markets in Toronto this June

Markets in Toronto for June 2019 give you plenty of opportunitites to shop local and pick up some unique, handmade goodies. The Kensington Flea kicks off for the season and you can raid the closet of some Toronto fashion bloggers on the cheap.

Events you might want to check out:

The Citizens Collective (June 1-2 @ 146 Ossington Avenue)
Over 55 local makers, designers, artists and creatives are on hand for this big market featuring skin and body care, home decor, clothing, plants and more.
Kensington Flea Market (June 1 - September 7 @ Kensington Market)
Handmade crafts, jewellery, vintage clothing, records, antiques and other recycled and repurposed treasures can be found at this big Saturday market.
Etsy Summer Market (June 2 @ The Great Hall)
Handmade creation of all kinds by local markers can be found at this big market where online goodies can be bought in real life.
The Summer Market (June 8 @ Northern Contemporary Gallery)
The Parkdale Flea and Toronto Designers Market are coming together for a new summer market with over 80 makers selling a ton of great goodies.
Toronto Blogger Bazaar (June 8 @ MogoLounge)
Raid the closets of Toronto's fashion blogger community at this big clothing sale with lightly used goods for sale with almost nothing over $20.
Spooky Flea Market (June 15 @ Rue Morgue Manor)
All-things horror is on at this big flea with books, DVDs, art, collectables, music, VHS tapes, prizes, food and everything to do with gore.
The Leslieville Flea (June 15 - August 17 @ Distillery District)
Take a stroll through the historic Distillery District as the Leslie Flea returns to fill the space with a curated selection of vintage and handmade crafts.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea (June 16 @ The Great Hall)
Shop local at this big monthly market with over 60 vendors selling handmade goodies like food, clothing, art, photography, beauty and more.
Toronto Flower Market (June 22 @ CAMH)
Local growers, florists, craftspeople and gardeners are coming out for this monthly market that features handmade bouquets and home decor.
Flamingo Market (June 30 @ Buddies in Bad Times)
Pride is in full force at this big market dedicated to local LGBTQ2SIA+ artists, makers and business owners with a huge selection of goods.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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