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The Annex gets its own flea market

The Annex Flea will take over The Centre for Social Innovation this Sunday for the very first time. Echoing the Junction, Parkdale, Gladstone, and Leslieville Flea, this new Annex market will see small vendors hosting carefully curated handmade wares and vintage items. While I'm all for a chaotic, old school anything-goes flea (am I alone here, Toronto?), the holidays come with enough stress as it is and The Annex Flea looks to be of the soothing, precious type - not that they'll be short on treasures.

I really cannot stress enough how much you do not need to hit the mall this year. Have you heard about our own Popify pop-up shop? Have you checked out our craft show round up? You might not even need to leave your neighborhood - though if you're not Annex-based, it looks like you'll want to made the trip up to Bathurst and Bloor this weekend. On Sunday shoppers will find snacks, artwork, and hand-mades crafted with local materials from Avani Creations, Parade Vintage, Son of A Woodcutter, Foodbenders, Province Apothecary, Zazou Bisou, Sprouts Press, Eli's Body Shop, FoldIt Creations, and many more. See the full vendor list below or check out their website for more info.

VENDOR LIST (so far)

Handmade + Vintage

In Vintage We Trust
Amp Sales
FoldIt Creations
Tania Love
Zazou Bisou
A Higher Plane
Tatiana Kozlov Designs
Son of A Woodcutter
Valient Bob
Silkpulp
Avani Creations
Province Apothecary
Parade Vintage
Nola Grimes
Chris Wilkie
The Basic Elements
Cubit's Organics
One-Off Vintage
Eli's Body Shop
Sprouts Press
Odds and Mends
Rayna Marlee Handmade
Broody Hen Designs

Food

Earth and City
Foodbenders
Marigold's Finest
Monforte Dairy

The Annex Flea is Sunday, December 8 at the The Centre for Social Innovation (720 Bathurst Street), 10am - 5pm.

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