A Day at the Leslieville Flea – September 18th, 2016

Our favourite day of the month comes and goes too fast so we decided to capture some key moments to remind us of a typical day at the Leslieville Flea Setting up for the day as the sun breaks through the clouds A strong Americano from Macchina Mobile Cafe Catching up with old friends And making some new ones Checking out what the sisters from Pleasure of Style are wearing A trinket for me And a coat for a friend Winding down the day with the Candy Apple Jazz Band What a great day!  The Leslieville Flea's LAST OUTDOOR MARKET at Ashbridge estate is Sunday, October 16th from 10am-5pm. Don't miss...

Fashion, Food and More This Sunday at the Leslieville Flea!

 We said there was more in store for the Leslieville Flea this coming Sunday, September 18th at Ashbridge Estate and here it is! Royal Roosevelt Designs; Men and Women Urban Cowls. Warm,Fashionable Trendy, and Super functional Cowls I am coveting artist Skyler Hagen's tanks with silk screened images of her drawings including a Peace and Love image and another called Bears Beats. The larger images are created from many internal images coming together to tell a story and keep your eyes seeing more each time you look. Wear on their own or as a layer.  Also look for cards and prints, all unique and all artfully rendered. Let's not forget about fashion for our four footed friends. LuckyDog is the brand for quality handmade dog clothes and accessories that you will love and your best friend will be proud to walk around...

Design Galore and More at the Leslieville Flea September 18th!!

We love mid century design, all things vintage and cookies! Hmmm, clearly discipline will be a bit of an issue at the next Leslieville Flea, September 18th at Ashbridge estate ! Here's why.... MDA Interiors is back! Look for antiques, mid century furniture, a copper collection and this original, one of a kind horse sculpture by the late Bill Green Knotty Coppertop returns to the Leslieville Flea with beeswax candles and fresh honey. These hard-working bees live on the fence line between two organic farms in Elgin County. The first honey pull of the season is full of Spring flowers like dandelion, lupin, black locust, clover and crabapple. It’s raw & unpasteurized, and it’s delicious!   Another mid century beauty, look for What A Dish who will be bringing this marvelous 16 piece tea and coffee set with an...