Saturday, August 4, 2012

Thank you, Campbell Park staff, neighbourhood supporters, volunteers, and participants for making a great second market day of 2012. 

See you at our NEXT MARKET, SATURDAY, September 1st, 2012, from 10 am to 6 pm @ Campbell Avenue Park—Toronto.

Saturday August 4/2012 Pictures  

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Someone asked about what happens to market left-overs.  You don't have to take your things back; we will donate items to appropriate organizations.  We have chosen organizations that won't sell or profit from these items, thereby continuing the spirit of generosity, reuse, and sharing.  These are the places we've chosen:

Sistering: clothes, craft supplies, office supplies, unopened/unused toiletries
Free Geek: electronics
ARTSJUNKTION: the really random items
The Redwood: unopened/unused toiletries, new/gently used linens, new/gently used cutlery
*If you know of a place that will accept items and use them for non-proprietary purposes, feel free to post suggestions in our 'comments' section or e-mail us.

Friday, August 3, 2012

Next Market

Saturday, August 4, 2012!
Saturday, August 4th
At Campbell Park (7min walk from Lansdowne Station)

**Last drop off time is 4pm - Please bring any items BEFORE 4pm to give others a chance to see it and take it home before we close up.

Every Saturday, Campbell Park has a COMMUNITY DINNER and CAMPFIRE at 5pm. We encourage people to stick around for a delicious home cooked meal ($5) and dessert ($2)

Look how great Campbell Park is:

Where does it all go?
At the end of the day, all unclaimed items will be donated to a variety of community based sites. We are currently looking for donation ideas that would not result in the resale of the items. We would prefer to donate to community organizations that would distribute the items without the exchange of money or use it to stock different community programs. One great example we have found so far, is the open bookshelf at Wallace Emerson community centre where people are able to take or leave books freely. If you have any IDEAS FOR DONATION SITES please let us know!

We're looking for people to pitch in to help organize on the day of and/or in between market days. If you're interested, please email