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Last Sunday was cold but sunny and a fabulous day for treasure hunting. Returning vendors, as well as new, brought so many unique items that it was hard to pick just ten……so I didn’t! Here then are the ten (plus one) Coolest Finds at last Sunday’s Leslieville Flea.…Continue
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March 22nd marks the last day of March break! What better way to cap off the week than with a visit to the Distillery District and the Leslieville Flea. Here are just some of our suggestions that combined with the Leslieville Flea, make for a perfect outing.
Start your day with a coffee from Balzacs and baked goods from Brick Street…
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Spring is just around the corner….even if it still feels like the deep freeze of winter right now….and our next Flea happens on the first full day of Spring, March 22!
We’ve got tons of amazing items to put the “Spring” back into your step. Over 40 vendors selling the best vintage, antiques, furniture, records, handcrafted items… and more… to start the season right.
These are just a few of the great vendors at the Flea this month:…Continue
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Baby it’s cold outside….but inside the Fermenting Cellar on Sunday February 22 from 10am-4pm we’ve got lots of things to take your mind off the weather!
We have so many great vendors for you again this month!
Furniture and home decor items that are stylish and so unique they will become your home’s focal point.
Beautifully hand crafted items for you and your home….soaps, jewelry, clothing….designer quality at Leslieville Flea prices!
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A flea market may not be the first place people think of when shopping for furniture, but it is fast becoming a trend. Vintage and upcycled furniture offer high style and quality at low cost, a departure from the norm and pieces which reflect your signature style. A chat with Leslieville Flea vendors reveal that they too are lovers of vintage and design and are…
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Cool is in the eye of the beholder but for what it’s worth here is our pick of the 10 COOLEST FINDS at last Sunday’s Leslieville Flea held at the Distillery Districts’ Fermenting Cellar.
We begin with this wood and metal work table from Douglas & Son. I love the turquoise and…Continue
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Really…so many great vendors….all in one spot. Many of them newcomers to the Flea, and a whole lot of your faves returning too….hand picked as the best of vintage, salvage, antique and handrafted merchants from Toronto and beyond!….Come check them all out this Sunday, January 18th in the Fermenting Cellar at the Distillery District. What a great way to start off the New Year…shop local, shop original, shop the Leslieville Flea! Here’s a taste of what and who you…Continue
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The Leslieville Flea will be back in the gorgeous Fermenting Cellar at Toronto’s Historic Distillery District on Sunday, January 18th froom 10am until 4pm.
Now Magazine named us one of 2015’s Style “INs”…come and see why!
There will be over 40…
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Leslieville Flea holiday shoppers made an early start to the day looking for the perfect gift for everyone on their list and maybe something for themselves!
This shopper bought an ‘Air Plant’ from Miko Sato. A unique and beautifully presented gift.
Walter Schmidt picked up this authentic vintage clock from Vintage Dan. An often copied classic style. Walter now has the real deal.
Proving that holiday shopping is not all about giving to…Continue
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Wednesday Dec 3rd is the next meeting for the Leslieville Historical Society. Rob Leverty, Executive Director of the Ontario Historical Society will also attend.
The agenda for this meeting will include:
-- welcome and introductions
-- signing the constitution
-- electing a board of directors
-- determining goals and objectives
Date: Dec 3, 2014
Time: 7pm to 9pm (I will be there early)
Location: Maple Cottage 62 Laing…Continue
Added by Joanne Doucette on November 29, 2014 at 3:42pm — No Comments
Broody Hen is making Bundles! Bundles of fun for babies first christmas or for babies on the way. Various complimentry items from her shop are placed together intime for Christmas to save you big bucks by bundling and to make your gift giving easier. Fun, colourful, useful, cherished pieces for years to come. Check out more pics of the items on etsy. And…Continue
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We have so many great vendors attending the Holiday Market on Sunday, November 30th at SH Armstrong Community Ctr that we just had to do another post to fit them all in!
Broody Hen is making Bundles! Bundles of fun for babies first christmas or for babies on the way. Various complimentry items from her shop are placed…Continue
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The holidays can be rushed and it’s hard to pack in all the activities….so the Leslieville Flea is bringing you their Holiday Market on Sunday, November 30th from 10am-5pm to help you get your shopping done early.
There will be so many things to buy for holiday entertaining, holiday dressing and accessorizing…and of course holiday gift giving! From the perfect hostess gift or party accessory, to that hard-to-buy-for family member….the Leslieville Flea will have…Continue
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As the witching draws near and the jack-o’lanterns appear, perhaps you hear ghostly footsteps along Queen Street East…
Or what was that pale shimmer hanging over the Devil’s Hollow on Gerrard Street?
As October 31 draws near, my blood begins to chill and the hair on my neck rises just as the night temperatures drop. It is time for the ghosts to walk and, if I haven’t yet seen a ghost in my neighbourhood perhaps you have for surely…Continue
Added by Joanne Doucette on October 26, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Hi please visit my site www.leslievillehistory.com where my book Pigs, Flowers and Bricks is posted in full (revised 2014) as well as articles about the libraries of the Gerrard-Ashdale neighbourhood and information about the Leslieville Historical Society.
I will update the site regulary and I welcome your feedback.
Added by Joanne Doucette on October 26, 2014 at 9:53am — No Comments
Original article from www.girlabouttoronto.com
Glas is a new wine, appetizer and dessert bar at 1118 Queen St. East. The server told me they've only been open for three weeks! It's the…Continue
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