Parkdale Flea

The Parkdale Flea coming this summer

The Parkdale Flea is now a thing that exists. That's right, folks. This will be an event to look forward to, if the hood's personality on the day-to-day is any indication. Parkdale has a flea-markety vibe as it is, with loads of antique shops dotting that stretch of Queen Street. Like the Junction Flea and the Leslieville Flea, Parkdale's will feature antiques, vintage items, collectibles, and various works by local designers and artisans. Entry is free, and snacks and drinks will be available, as well.

The Parkdale Flea will be held at 1266 Queen St. W., at Dufferin, and it'll run from 10 a..m. until 5 p.m. There will only be two dates for the flea's inaugural summer, with the grand opening falling on July 7, and another date on August 4.

UPDATE: Here's a recap of the first Parkdale Flea


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