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Eastside Events Inc.  Next Events: 5th Annual Leslieville Christmas Pop-up Market Dec 1 & 2 17 Rhodes Ave Accepting Vendor /Volunteer Applications #eastsideeventsto πŸŽ„πŸ›·πŸ¦ŒπŸŽ…πŸŽ„

Another vendor you’ll fall in love with is @revintageto - she repurposes old China and other items and makes them into new graphic gems. Come see her and many more amazing artisans at our Leslieville Christmas Pop Up Market at 17 Rhodes Ave ( near Queen & Coxwell) on Dec. 1&2 - from 10 am for the early risers until 5pm.
There will be many more great activities for all to enjoy!

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Meet @lisayoungdesign at our next Christmas Pop-up Market. She is recognizable for her steampunk- like imaginative designs that are made from recycled jewelry and accessories for people who value individuality, unique storytelling and sustainable style.

A great opportunity for families to hang out while getting holiday shopping done... Join us Dec. 1 & 2 at 17 Rhodes Ave

Come and enjoy the diversity of She Sells Sanctuary - she carries a variety of adult accessories and fashion, as well as children’s items all ethically sourced, fair trade from Nepal made by local charities, NGOs & women’s organizations!

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Join us on Dec. 1 & 2 at 17 Rhodes Ave. (near Queen & Coxwell)

If you’re looking for something for that special someone, or that special pup then be sure to come down to see our returning vendor @thedollhouselux .

You’ll find repurposed designer buttons made into unique jewelry as well as pre-owned designer handbags.

CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS !! We need your help!
Roles would include, but not limited to: - Event Set-up and Tear-down
- Logistics Co-ordination - Social Media Assistance
- Event Greeter
- & other miscellaneous tasks to help the event roll smoothly.

In return you get:
- Event t-shirt
- Lunch
- Ticket to next year’s Leslieville Food & Drink Festival

If you or your friends might be interested please contact the volunteer coordinator here ➑️ admin@eastsideevents.ca

We remember everyday - but today we celebrate that 100 yrs ago WWI came to an end.
To all those who fought or still fight for peace today!

Illustration: @eszterczibokdesigns

Meet @sweetlegs_toronto_robyn . One of our market vendors at Leslieville Christmas Pop-Up Market!
A brand that believes in body positivity and embraces that Sweetlegs are intended for everyone.
SweetLegs are kitteny-soft, come in, literally, hundreds of amazing patterns (and solids too if that’s your thing!). Adult sizes are Petite (00-06), One Size (08-12) and Plus (14-22). Kids sizes are 2/4, 6/8 and 10/12.

1. Local Economic Stimulus. When you purchase at locally owned businesses rather than nationally owned, more money is kept in the community because locally-owned businesses often purchase from other local businesses, service providers and farms. Purchasing local helps grow other businesses as well as the local tax base.

2. Non Profits Receive Greater Support. Local business owners donate more to local charities than non-local owners.

3. Unique Businesses Create Character & Prosperity. The unique character of your local community is defined in large part by the business that reside there, and that plays a big factor in your overall satisfaction with where you live and the value of your home and property.

4. Environmental Impact Is Reduced. Small local business usually set up shop in the town/village center, providing a centralized variety that is much friendlier to a community’s walk score.

5. Most New Jobs Are Provided By Local Businesses. Small local businesses are the largest employers nationally. Plus the more jobs you have in your local community the less people are going to have to commute which means more time and less traffic and pollution.

6. Customer Service Is Better. Local businesses often hire people with more specific product expertise for better customer service.

7. Local Business Owners Invest In Community. Local businesses are owned by people who live in this community, are less likely to leave, and are more invested in the community’s welfare and future.

8. Public Benefits Far Outweigh Public Costs. Local businesses require comparatively little infrastructure and more efficiently utilize public services relative to chain stores.

9. Competition And Diversity Leads To More Consumer Choices. A marketplace of thousands of small businesses is the best way to ensure innovation and low prices.

10. You Matter More. We talk a lot about exerting influence with your purchasing choices, or β€œvoting with your wallet.” It’s a fact that businesses respond to their customers but your values and desires are much more influential to your local community business than the large big box stores.

Chemical free, Organic & Natural Health and Wellness products by Let’s Craft It!

All handmade here in Toronto, not tested on animals and serve a number of great causes, including donating portions of proceeds to Early Cancer Detection Research at Princess Margaret Hospital!
They will be here at our Pop- Up Market on Dec. 1st & 2nd selling their range of Soaps, air fresheners, body butters & bath salts. These make extremely thoughtful gifts that give to your loved ones and support a cause.

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