#Bloorcourt Arts & Crafts Fair 2015

Our annual Bloorcourt BIA Arts & Crafts Fair is an open street event that families love and people from all over Toronto visit to discover our dynamic and growing neighbourhood!

Free Admission!

Sunday, September 13 from 12 noon to 7:00 pm patios stay open later!

The fair takes place all along Bloor Street West from Dufferin Street to Montrose Avenue

You can expect a dynamic array of artists, musicians, artisans, and masters of all crafts. From Ossington to Dufferin there are arts & crafts vendors displaying an exciting array of wares from ceramics, to woven fabrics, clothing, jewelry, prints, vintage products, paintings more.

We are family friendly! Moms & Dads love our fair perfect day out with the kids!

On the east end of the event starting at Christie Pits Park, there is plenty of family fun complete with inflatables, rides, games, and interactive entertainment for the children to enjoy. There will also be a special performance done by professional wrestlers.

All the way across the event from Dufferin to Montrose neighbourhood businesses will be coming outside for sidewalk sales. Local area restaurants, bars, and pubs will have patio extensions for patrons to enjoy food and beverages outdoors on the street.

Last but not least the event features exceptional talent with live music playing at street corners from end to end, including a fully equipped performance area sponsored by locals, Long & McQuade.

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Looking forward to seeing you at our Bloorcourt Business Improvement Area event!

Vendor CALL!

Arts & Crafts Fair Vendor-Exhibitor Application

To be considered as an Arts and Crafts Vendor or Exhibitor please fill out the application at link below and submit it by email to Bruce @ sphereentertainment dot com


Bloorcourt BIA Festival Committee

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