Leslieville Flea : Winter Market

February 18, 2018

April 15, 2018


The Fermenting Cellar, 28 Distillery Lane, Toronto


Events Description

Leslieville Flea – Winter Market

The Leslieville Flea is back at The Distillery!

Step out of the cold and into The Leslieville Flea!

We are a curated market selling vintage, salvaged, up – cycled goods, furniture, antiques, collectibles and work from select artisans.

With 50+ vendors and all kinds of unique and interesting wares strolling The Leslieville Flea is a great way to spend a chilly Sunday!

Winter Market Dates:

Sunday, February 18th & Sunday, April 15 | 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

fermenting cellarVenue: Fermenting Cellar, 28 Distillery Lane, Toronto Directions and parking.

How to spend the perfect Sunday at The Distillery:


If you love history and local shopping, consider the following itinerary; Corktown’s Distillery District, a destination which paired with the Leslieville Flea offers a peek in to Toronto’s past, offerings from local independent stores, great food and flea market finds from vendors with an eye for the unique.

Morning; Shopping requires fuel; Consider brunch at Le Petit Dejeneur at 191 King street east; order the waffles with strawberries, cod eggs or a halved bagel topped with sauteed mushrooms, herbs, onions and bacon and served; a solid foundation for an afternoon touring the Distillery.

Tour of Historic Buildings – Take a self guided tour of the Distillery Districts historic buildings. Learn the history of the Distillery and each building before setting out.

Next stop; The Leslieville Flea @ the Fermenting cellar –A curated market selling vintage, salvaged, up-cycled goods, furniture, antiques, collectibles and offerings from select artisans. Start your tour of the flea with a hot mug of coffee or hot chocolate and get ready to explore! Friendly vendors with a love of history and art are open to chatting about their finds and one of a kind item (s).

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(416) 588-7700, ext. 249


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