Leslieville Flea

Leslieville gets its own flea for summer 2013

East enders seething with jealousy (not to mention irritation at an eternity in transit) over the Junction Flea can now rejoice—and maybe even compete. Leslieville is about to get its own flea market, and Sunday, June 16 marks the first one. Treasures for grabs will range from furniture and antiques to vintage items to art and photography.

Thus far, vendors include the likes of Scandimania (modernist jewelry, Canadian studio pottery, etc.), Objektkul (renewed and repurposed items, like furnishings),Tatiana Kozlov Design (one-of-a-kind, handmade pouches). There are also a number of vintage clothing vendors. Sounds like fun times, and at the very least, a good opportunity to pick up gifts for summer birthdays and grads.

The markets will be held on the third Sunday of each month behind the Duke between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., at Queen and Leslie. Check out the Facebook page for updates.

UPDATE: Here's a full recap of the first Leslieville Flea.

Photo of Tatiana Kozlov Design


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