About The Trinity Bellwoods Flea
Winner 2018 Now Toronto's Best Pop Up
Nominated 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 as NOW Toronto's Best Pop Up/ Local Market
Nominated 2018, 2019 as NOW Toronto's Best Instagram Account
Nominated 2018, 2019 BlogTO Toronto's Best Free Event
Established in 2015 The Trinity Bellwoods Flea has quickly become one of Toronto's premier and most attended local markets.
We are a monthly curated local shopping event that allows vendors to sell locally and shoppers to buy locally. We strive to a have a good mix of everything and something for everyone. We focus heavily on diversity. Connecting local shoppers with Toronto's best and on-trend fashion, vintage, handmade, home decor and food vendors. Hosting a curated collection of 60+ vendors and artisans each month. We are sure whatever it is you're looking for can be found locally at The Trinity Bellwoods Flea. Seeing an average attendance of 1000+ visitors and customers, influences, retail buyers and visitors each market. The Trinity Bellwoods Flea is an inclusive and safe space. We welcome vendor, artisans and small business of all races, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and gender identities.
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About Our Venue
Nestled in the heart of Queen St West, steps away from Trinity Bellwoods Park and the iconic fashion and shopping district of Toronto. This 5000sq foot space is home to The Trinity Bellwods Flea. The original gymnasium of the West End YMCA, Longboat Hall (Lower Hall) is a genuine heritage treasure. Named for renowned distance runner and 1907 Boston Marathon winner, Tom Longboat (who trained here in the early 20th century), this versatile venue is brimming with history.
About Our Organizer & Curator
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Energetic, experienced and results driven Felicia Laplume brings over a decade of retail buying experience and promotion experience to her role as founder, organizer and curator of The Trinity Bellwoods Flea.
After a decade of working in retail as a buyer for some of Canada largest brands and promotion experience working with some of Toronto's most iconic event venues. Felicia started her own successful brand of artisan goods, Citchen Candle Co., in 2014. After seeing working on the front line beside fellow artisans, business owners and start up brands. Felicia has since then created a dynamic selling environment. That brought elements of her experience in marketing and promotions. Paired with her experience as a former retail buyer. To provide a truly one of a kind shopping experience for customers. That connects them to on trend and noteworthy small businesses.
After years of experience organizing and curating the Trinity Bellwoods Flea. Felicia since then has contained to grow her brand Citchen Candle Co to a widely reorganized eco living and home goods brand. Creating a second market in 2016, The Eco Lifestyle Market. A niche market catering to the eco living and lifestyle market. Felicia continues to be a dynamic and respected marketing professional working with notable brands like Freshii and Endy Canada. While maintaining her role as organizer and curator of The Trinity Bellwoods Flea and The Eco Lifestyle Market. In conjunction with her role as lead artisan and owner of Citchen Candle Co.