markets pop up march toronto

7 markets and pop-ups in Toronto to shop at this March

Markets and pop-ups in Toronto for March 2020 are here to help you live your best life with a big focus on sustainable products. You can find lots of cool vintage stuff this month while the Nerd Market is where you can find lots of geeky goodies.

  • Can't miss markets and pop-ups
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    About the Event
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    • March 7-8
      It doesn't get anymore local than with a market dedicated to Toronto-made goods with over 70 artisans, crafters and small businesses on hand.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • March 7
      Toronto's own Casa Lovina is popping up inside the Fern Shop to showcase a sustainably made collection of lifestyle goods made by artisans from Bali.
      Fern Shop
    • March 7-8
      This huge vintage show and antique market is back with a curated selection of vintage men's and women's designer finds, furniture and décor.
      Queen Elizabeth Building
    • March 12-13
      An amazing collection of talent in alternative publications are dropping by for this zine fair with handmade works, comics, poetry, stickers and more.
      OCAD University
    • March 22
      Over 60 vendors are setting up shop inside the Great Hall to feature locally-made goods, art, food and drink, gifts, clothing, household items and lifestyle.
    • March 28
      Calling all nerds for a day of geeky goodness as this big flea and swap returns to feature all kinds of used anime, comics, manga, tabletop games and more.
      Hart House
    • March 29
      Vintage paper, antique photography, books, postcards, maps and magazines are just some of the analogue treasures to be found at this show.
      Artscape Wychwood Barns
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    Book Book and Paper Show

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