Look Who’s Coming to the Leslieville Flea Holiday Market November 27th!

Look who's coming to The Leslieville Flea Holiday Market on Sunday, November 27th at SH Armstrong!   All natural skin care from BEE23 Neck warmers from Royal Roosevelt Designs Gifts for your favourite pup at Lucky Dog Leather goods from A Walk in the Woods Sterling silver upcycled rings from Artifact Hand made accessories from TKD Designs Glass ware and home accessories from Woo Hoo Decor Jewellery and Accessories from Unikati Sterling silver jewelry designs from Spirit of Vera Beer inspired goodies from Malty Hoppy Delicacy Hand carved wood stamps from Charan Creations Steel Cut Coffee will greet you at the entrance in their awesome, vintage Citroen coffee truck! Can't wait to see you there! SH Armstrong Community Centre - 56 Woodfield Road Sunday, November 27th from 10am-4pm. **Free gift wrapping in exchange for...

THE LESLIEVILLE FLEA OCTOBER 16TH AT ASHBRIDGE ESTATE

The Leslieville Flea's last outdoor market for 2016 takes place Sunday, October 16th at Ashbridge Estate.  Check out some of this month's featured vendors and the very cool items they will be offering. VELHA & CO Get an early start on gift giving or just please yourself with these featured items from Velha &Co. Cap collecting magnetic bottle openers, Ontario sourced black walnut charcuterie/cutting boards and beer caddies to carry your beer/soda in style anywhere you go.   MENS DESIGNER RESALE Vintage for men is hot and Men's Designer Resale knows it. Look for Gucci pants, Dolce & Gabbana long sleeve shirts, a Hugo Boss blazer and an assortment of accessories that keep you on trend but with a look that's all your own.   KSTAR CLOSET We love watching the KSTAR fashion truck roll in to the flea and...

VENDOR PROFILE- JENNY CARPIO -VINTAGE 30

Jenny Carpio comes from a long line of farmers; goat farmers to be exact. She also comes from a long line of pickers and auction go-oers. Attending auctions on weekends was a not only a necessity but a community event where you had a chance to visit with neighbours and chat about business and catch up on local gossip. Jenny realized early on that she really enjoyed the farm auctions, sourcing machinery parts and picking up the odd household item.   It was therefore a natural progression to attending all the local household auctions and estate sales. Fast forward to 2010. Jenny and husband John purchase a house which requires furnishing. Turning their back on the big box stores, Jenny began to source furnishings from auctions and estate sales which compliment the vintage of her century home.  Now well connected in the Niagara/Grimsby...