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Monthly pop-up market coming to Toronto's eastside

The Eastside Pop-up Market is headed to Leslieville for the opener of its summer series this weekend. On Saturday and Sunday independent artisans, designers and musicians will come together in the former Stop N'Go space at 1383 Queen St. East. If you're a huge fan of Etsy but not a huge fan of extra shipping costs, this event is the answer to all your prayers.

Sustenance will be provided via pizza and cocktails from neighbourhood favourite QMP. If you're not down to spend your hard earned cash, there will also be live music performed by local indie, soul and funk musicians.

The event will be held on weekends throughout the summer in a number of eastside neighbourhoods. The second event in the series will take place the weekend of June 20th at Jimmie Simpson Park in Riverside. Dates and locations have yet to be announced for the monthly pop-ups in The Beach, Cabbagetown and the Danforth.

Photo by Ashton Pal in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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