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Thursday, October 31, 2019

The top 15 markets and pop-ups in Toronto this November

The top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for November 2019 are here to make shopping local easy this holiday season. The One of a Kind Show is back to feature makers from all over and FAO Schwarz is popping up again. If you're looking for food-focused markets, there's lots here.

Events you might want to check out:

Antiquarian Book Fair (November 1-3 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
New is this huge book fair with Canadian and U.S. collectors coming in from all over to show off rare books, antique maps, prints, photographs and more.
Etsy Holiday Market (November 3 @ The Great Hall)
Skip the shipping time and catch over 50 Toronto Etsy makers at this market with tons of handmade, one-of-a kind crafts, gifts and cool finds.
Whole Life Expo (November 8-10 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Everything you need to live your best life is on at this huge expo with almost 200 vendors showing of the latest in lifestyle and wellness products.
Parkdale Flea (November 9 @ Northern Contemporary Gallery)
Back again is this flea with unique items made by local vendors and cool new finds, including gifts, bath and beauty, home and clothing.
Eco Lifestyle Market (November 10 @ The Great Hall)
Living green is easy with so many local vendors creating innovative and cool eco-friendly items, a lot of which you can pick up at this market.
Old Book and Paper Show (November 10 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Hardcore collectors and bibliophiles of all kinds are welcome at this big show that features rare books, paper, prints, maps, photos and lots more.
Wonder Holiday Märkit (November 10 @ Gladstone Ballroom)
The holidays are here at this curated market with specialty vendors selling a variety of gifts and goods for everyone on your list.
Leslieville Winter Market (November 10 - December 22 @ The Redwood Theatre)
The Leslieville Farmers' Market kicks off a new season for winter that features local producers and makers selling seasonal goods of all kinds.
Toronto Christmas Market (November 14 - December 22 @ The Distillery District)
Toronto is ready to get into the holiday spirit as this big European-style Christmas market returns with festive food, drinks, gifts and performances.
All Handmade Marketplace (November 15-16 @ St Volodymyr Cultural Centre)
It's all about the handmade goodies at this market that features over 80 artists and makers selling one-of-a-kind items and gifts.
Trinity Bellwoods Flea (November 17 @ The Great Hall)
Candles, clothing, chocolate and cards are just some of the many goods available from local makers at this big market with everything for the holidays.
One of a Kind Winter Show (November 21 - December 1 @ Enercare Centre)
Back again is this massive show featuring makers and artists from all over the country dropping by to sell their speciality crafts and products.
FAO Schwarz Holiday Pop-Up (November 23 - December 7 @ Hudson's Bay)
The big teddy bear is back for the holidays as FAO Schwarz returns to transform part of the Bay into a massive Christmas toy store wonderland.
Toronto Art Crawl (November 24 @ The Great Hall)
Local and international artists are dropping by to showcase their stuff at this big art crawl with works of all types, plus music, food and live demos.
Indigenous Artisan Marketplace (November 29 - December 1 @ Native Canadian Centre of Toronto)
Works by Indigenous artists are on at this big market with handmade items and crafts including beadwork, clothing, jewellery and more.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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