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Nov 14: The Riverside Market BY The Leslieville Flea
November 14 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join us on Sunday, Nov 14, 11-4: the Riverside Market by The Leslieville Flea is back – this time at The Opera House. Enjoy holiday shopping, music and art!
Get your FREE ticket* at the EventBrite Link to let us know you’re coming AND be Entered to Win one of 5 Gift packs of Riverside BIA and City of Toronto swag including Riverside tote bags, mugs and XOTO ball caps!
This market and its vendors, volunteers and organizers are adhering to COVID 19 provincial and City of Toronto guidelines. As the market will be at The Opera House, an indoor venue, masks and proof of vaccination are required (see exceptions).
About The Riverside Market By The Leslieville Flea:
The Riverside BIA, established in 1980, is one of Canada’s first BIAs, located along Queen Street East between the Queen Street Viaduct to just past De Grassi Street. Rich in history, green spaces and public art, the BIA includes over 100 unique eateries, retails shops, boutiques and a range of professional services.
The Riverside Market By The Leslieville Flea is a pop-up market with a festival-like atmosphere that will sell vintage, antique collectibles, vintage fashion, handcrafted art and more at outdoor and indoor venues within the Riverside BIA. The day’s festivities will also feature other activations like live music!
It’s all part of the Riverside Reconnects series to help welcome everyone to enjoy what our local business district and neighbourhood has to offer!
THANKS GO TO…
Thanks to Government of Ontario’s ‘Ontario Reconnects’ programme and the Riverside BIA for funding support to help make the Riverside Reconnects series possible!
*Note, this free ticket provides access to the Market on November 14th and any free activities therein as well as entry into the draw. This ticket does not entitle the bearer to any free items/services from vendors within the market.
Health & Safety Protocols Note:
We encourage you to register for free tickets(s) to help us gauge numbers for this event, however, tickets will not be required. As the market will be at The Opera House, an indoor venue, masks and proof of vaccination are required.