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Markets and pop-ups this September will keep you well fed and very well dressed as we all drag our feet out of summer. There's a great collection of one-off events in parking lots, parks, shops, and warehouses cooking up and showing off their finest Fall goodies.
This is an open-air market with works and products from artists, designers, artisans and a handful of local businesses. You'll find 50 vendors selling fashion, pet-related products and services, art, home decor, vintage, body care and food items.
This is Susur Lee-inspired outdoor food and fashion event thrown by Chef Grant Soto where terrible designer clothing is encouraged. There'll be a $4.99 barbecue menu, cocktails, games, and face painting for adults.
The Urban Swine, maker of hand-crafted sausages, is popping up at Churchill for two nights of barbecue and beer. There will be three delicious flavours all made from ethically sourced meats and fresh, local ingredients for $8.
One of the biggest vinyl sales in the city returns. Hundreds of crates of records, an expanded 45s section, and a collectors' bin will help fill out your collection. Expect tons of indie rock, funk, soul, jazz and way more.
Here's a vintage streetwear flea market featuring over 25 local and international vendors for one of the country's largest selections of handpicked garments catering to the 1980's, 1990's, and 2000's street and sports wear aesthetic.
Every fall, the Friends of the John M. Kelly Library host a used book sale, which features more than 100,000 donated books and other media items like musical scores, biographies, cookbooks, and much, much more.