The 4th Annual Toronto Etsy Street Team Springtime Marketplace

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The Toronto Etsy Street Team is holding their annual marketplace, spring craft and vintage show at the 918 Bathurst Centre on June 1. Featuring 50+ team members and their handmade wares and vintage finds.

On Saturday June 1st, the Toronto Etsy Street Team (TEST) is holding its 4th Annual Springtime Marketplace in the 918 Bathurst Centre, just north of Bloor on Bathurst, in the heart of the Annex.

This year, the TEST Springtime Marketplace is bigger and better than ever. Along with our handmade vendors, you can peruse great vintage finds, enjoy music from our live DJ, and take part in one of a series of FREE craft workshops. The Marketplace will be followed by a cocktail reception offering refreshments, a cash bar, a charity raffle, a special tea-infused cocktail workshop and a chance to mingle and chat with the members of TEST. The show features 50+ TEST makers and vintage sellers and includes; one of a kind jewelry, art, fashions (both new and vintage), toys, handmade body care items and baked goods.

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Spend a fun spring afternoon checking out these talented handmakers’ wares, support local artists in your community, and enjoy the hunt for the perfect vintage item.

Admission is free.

Location: 918 Bathurst Centre for Culture, Arts, Media & Education
(918 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 3G5)
Date and time: Saturday, June 1, from 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM.
Reception to follow at 6:00 PM.

Etsy is the largest on-line marketplace for hand-made goods, vintage products and craft supplies. Toronto is home to TEST, the more than 600 member-strong Toronto Etsy Street Team. Between them they have a vast array of handmade jewellery, fine art, contemporary craft, indie fashion, accessories, eco-friendly bath and beauty items, handmade food and vintage finds.

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Brought to you in part by Shop Cats. is a Toronto-based craft show event management company, staging pop-up craft events and bringing locally made handicrafts to a larger market.

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