The Trinity Bellwoods Flea is a local market that operates out of the Great Hall which is in our neighborhood.
We are a monthly curated local shopping event that allows vendors to sell locally and shoppers to buy locally. We strive to a have a good mix of everything and something for everyone. We focus heavily on diversity. Our goal is to connect local shoppers with Toronto's best and on trend fashion, vintage, handmade, home decor and food vendors. Hosting a curated collection of 40+ vendors and artisans each month. We are sure whatever it is you're looking for can be found locally at The Trinity Bellwoods Flea.
For some reason, this is my first visit. I don't know why as I believe in supporting local. There are some vendors outside and many more inside.
Teena and I tried samples from Salty Paloma. They make different flavours of glass rim salt for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. We tried ours with lemonade and it was quite tasty.
Lucy Pelletier was selling unique ceramics that could be used for candle holders or, as she said, egg cups. Great idea!
OK, I didn't see the dogs in the scarves behind the baskets, just the baskets, so you can excuse me for assuming the bow ties were for people, not dogs. In my defence, the owner of Lucky Dog did say that she has modified them for people in the past.
I was too full to try the macarons.
Teena bought some sauces from Nerpy's Nice it Up.
This is my favorite stand of the day.
I love cacti and Home Body Collective had some great ones that came with very creative vases.
In fact, I liked it so much, I came home with this one.
The market runs monthly and I'll be sure to head up for the next one.