Each market day has specially selected vendors combined with a range of activities and entertainment.
Our last summer market day is September 14th
We have some great return vendors and a few new ones to look out for.
Visca Toronto coming back with Spanish Street food. They were recently featured in Toronto Life magazine. They are serving horchata, gelatto and paella. What a treat!
Caribbean Queen is a neighbourhood staple and they have their service down to a science. Look for famed drum-style jerk chicken, an expected range of Caribbean curries and great vegetarian options with roti.
Kombucha . . . jewelry . . . preserves . . . a clothing swap . . . aren’t we lucky?!
Plant Grow Share a Row is coming through. We heard rumors of sweet corn.
We also have a range of artisans and vendors selling great personalized gifts, craft and jewelry work, and wellness solutions.
Activations for the Day
NIA Centre for the Arts is stepping up to finish off our 2019 series.
They have a great mix of activities and entertainment.
Brass Hip Hop and excellent vocal on the mic.
Rawlinson ROAR! has been our bonafide all summer and they are back with much to discuss around the new landscaping project.
As you know, their face painting is part fundraising and part public for the J K Rawlinson public school grounds.
The Oakwood Village BIA humbly represents our commercial businesses and encourages yo to support your community by supporting local businesses.
About the Market
The Oakwood Village Urban Market July 13, August 17, September 14.
Food, Artisans, Music, Dance, Workshops and more.
Charles Brereton Park 11am – 5pm.
The market is a Cultural Hotspot SPARK project in partnership with the City of Toronto and Park People, activating parks to improve the quality of life in cities across Canada