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Sunrise at Yonge and Dundas to become pop-up market

Didn't get to check out the holiday market at Yonge and Gould this holiday season? Don't sweat it - Dundas Square has another market experience coming its way this winter. Ad Hoc (the same folks that ran #localTOmrkt) is taking over the recently-vacated Sunrise Records space at 336 Yonge St. - just across the street from the market grounds - for a two-month-long pop-up.

Organizers are currently accepting applications from local vendors - 16 sellers are set to take over the main floor, with confirmed participants including Queenie's Cards, Wanderlust and Stashbelt. The whole thing is slated to open for business by February 7 and, if there's enough demand, continue through the end of March. Look for them to host events in the space throughout the month.

Photo by PLTam via the blogTO Flickr pool.


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