September 16 2018 : The Trinity Bellwoods Flea - Back To School Market
Bye bye summer and hello autumn! The kids are back to school and the leaves are starting to change. Time to say good bye to those warm summer days and cool summer nights. We are back for another edition of The Trinity Bellwoods Flea and we have just the thing to help you forget summer is moving on. Join us Sept 16th 10-5 at the historic and beautifully renovated Great Hall Toronto (Lower Hall) for a day of local goods, sweet treats, delicious local eats and plenty of good vibes. Bring the kids and the four-legged friends, everyone is welcome. Admission is as always FREE!

-Food Vendors-
Pals Novelty Treats - Novelty Foods
C6 Chocolates - Artisan Chocolate
Omusubi Bar Suzume - Japanese Comfort Food
Batter Bar - Cupcakes
Simple Pantry - Soups & Baked Goods In A Jar
Sweets By Suza - Baked Goods
Des Bars Chocolate - Artisan Chocolate
Jan Sweetz - Brigadeiros

-Goods Vendors-
Citchen Candle Co. - Handcrafted Soy Candles/Room Spray
Betty Felon Fashions - Apparel
Tribe Of Lambs - Jewelry
Wood And Wool - Knitted Goods
Kin Organics - Skin Care
Juniper Beads - Jewlery
Abelie Wraps - Bewswax Food Wraps
Puff Pants Apparel - Dog Goods
The Plant Projects - Natural Cosmetics
Nighshade - Jewelry
Urban Minerals - Natural Makeup
Loyal To A Tee - Toronto Apparel
Twigg - Ontario Grown Plants/Herbs/ Succulents
The Kings Threads - Baby
Fierce Deer - Jewelry
Studio Indent - Pottery
Raincare - Skin/Body Care
Luxe Zen - Gemstone Jewelry
Urban Jungle Designs - Macreme
Party Mountain Paper - Cards/Prints
Pine Flora Co - Succulent/Gifts
Kazadaza - Fused Glass Jewlery
Koya - Skincare
Half Past Zen - Yoga Goods
Soap Smith Toronto - Artisan Soap
Garden Lover/3 Worker Bees - Soap/Beeswax Candles
Good Dog Collars - Custom Dog Collars
Nurture Sew Naturally - Wool Dryer Balls
Shelby Naturals - Skin Care
Quins Co. - Jewelry
Casa Lovina - Boho Travel Goods
Small But Kind Of Mighty - Toys
Caro Sanchez Artisan - Jewelry
Drop Dead Candles - Skull Candles
Luv Body - Skin/Body Care
Androgynous Apparel - Apparel
Vethereal - Paper Art
SharpShank - Handmade Knives
Autonomous Objects- FREE goods for anyone to have!

- Vintage Sellers-
Wild Thing Vintage - Vintage Clothing
Granny Phuckette Vintage - Vintage Clothing/Housewears
Past Lives & Paradise Vintage - Vintage Clothing
The Clarendon Trading Co - Vintage Clothing
Lexi Luxe Finds - Vintage Clothing/Housewares

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October 20 2018 : HUGE RUMMAGE/GARAGE SALE Oct 20/18

Bargains galore! Oct 20, 2018, 9 - 11:30 Men's/ladies & children’s clothing. Shoes, jackets, purses, belts, etc. Linens, towels, housewares, small appliances, toys, sporting goods, cutlery, and more. You never know what you'll find... Antiques??Collectibles??? Come early for best selection. (No books - USED BOOK SALE is Sept 22/2018, jewelry is sold at Bazaar Nov 17) Wheelchair accessible. TTC 116 and 86 to the door. Parking lot access opp. 13 Crestwood. Scarborough Bluffs United Church (Kingston Rd at Scarborough Golf Club Road) (see photos from previous sale)

September 29 2018 : Fabulous Fall Yard Sale at Bonar-Parkdale Presbyterian Church

Saturday, September 29 from 9am till 3pm Get here early for the best finds! Clothes, household items, jewelry, toys, mason jars, records and so much more. 250 Dunn Ave, Toronto M6K 2R9 416-532-3729

September 29 2018 : Nerd Market 2- September 29th - Huge Nerd Garage Sale!

September 21-22 2018 : Lithuanian House Annual Rummage Sale

All sorts of great stuff available! Please come check it out, open to all! 2 days only.
1573 Bloor St West, Toronto, ON M6P 1A6
Fri. September 21 10am-8pm Sat. September 22 10am-2pm

November 24 2018 : VENDORS - join our BAZAAR - Table Rentals

CHECK YOUR DATES - NOVEMBER 24th Join our Legion for their annual BAZAAR & Auction Cost of table and space $25.00 Reserve early and don’t pay till October.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 286 11 Irwin Rd Etobicoke, M9W 2 P6

October 21 2018 : The Trinity Bellwoods Flea - Autumn Market

Autumn is finally here and who doesn't like sweaters, warm drinks and browsing local artisans and vendors to find those perfect things to help you get nesting for the winter months! Join us Sunday, Oct 21st at the Historic Great Hall (Lower Hall). We have another stellar lineup of Toronto's best local, handmade, fashion, handmade, art, food, vintage vendors. Bringing you the best goods this city has to offer. With 50 vendors to choose from, there is something for everyone. Join us for some local shopping, local food, music and good vibes. Admission is FREE and four-legged friends are always welcome.

-Vendors Announced September 2018-

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Amazing Find : Revolutionary War documents found at yard sale prove a real steal.

Turns out this bargain was quite a steal.

A Toronto-area woman unwittingly purchased six Revolutionary War-era documents at a upstate New York estate sale for $3 about a year ago -- only to learn the state of New Jersey has long been looking for them.

"I thought I hit the jackpot; I was all excited, like I had a winning lottery ticket," Christine Ridout, 52, told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "Never in my lifetime would I have expected to come across anything like this. Then, I looked at the State of New Jersey website and felt like I was holding a lottery ticket that had expired.”

Among the long-lost papers was one dating to 1771, signed by William Franklin, the illegitimate son of Ben Franklin and reportedly the last colonial governor of the Garden State.

Another from 1710 sported the royal seal of the court of St. James in Britain.

Ridout recalled for the Inquirer the moment she spotted the aged, tattered document in a cardboard box sitting atop a kitchen table.  The estate sale had reportedly been one of several such garage sales the veteran bargain hunter had stopped by that day in Buffalo.

“I asked, 'How much?' and was told $3, so I said, 'OK, I'll take them,' " Ridout told the paper. "I had no sense of their history or value.”

Alas, the Inquirer reports that at least five of the six documents have been reported stolen by the state of New Jersey to the FBI, among other law enforcement agencies.

"That's my kind of luck," Ridout reportedly said. "I thought [the discovery of the 18th-century materials] really knocked it out of the park. But the State of New Jersey says, 'It belongs to us.'"

State officials have since requested the return of the materials – which the Inquirer quotes sources as saying could be worth thousands of dollars.

The Value Village Rewards card

     If you shop often at the Value Village, don`t forget to sign up for their Rewards card (if you haven`t already). Its totally free and it will allow you to access some of their deals (usually on used clothes).

Double Take Thrift Store

Double Take Thrift Store

Double Take Thrift Store is an employment initiative of Yonge Street Mission where gently used, high quality clothing, furniture and housewares can be purchased at very affordable prices.
The store provides “first time” employment for many community members. Participants in other areas of YSM can choose their own clothing through gift certificates given in programs.
SHOW[case] – This “store within a store” is a unique room inside Double Take where bargain hunters can find great vintage and antique items, unique merchandise and upscale clothing, at reasonable prices. Open Tues, Wed and Sat 2-6 pm, Thurs and Fri 2- 7 pm.
You can donate your gently used items during store hours or contact the store for a pick-up if you have a large amount to give. Check out our Double Take flyer for a list of most needed and not accepted donations.
Double Take is located at, 310 Gerrard Street East Toronto, ON M5A 2G7. There is free customer parking in the lot adjacent to the building.
Double Take hours:
  • Monday – Wednesday 10am to 7pm
  • Thursday – Friday 10am to 8pm
  • Saturday 10am to 6pm
  • Sunday 10am to 5pm
For more information contact the store directly at 416.925.7198 or
The Elegant Garage Sale
1588 Bayview Ave. Toronto, On.
Website :
Buy and Sell fine furniture/antiques
Monday-Tuesday 11-5
Wednesday-Thursday 11-8
Friday 11-9
Saturday-Sunday 11-7

Goodwill locations in Toronto

   Just added the Goodwill stores locations in Toronto. (Goodwill is similar to the Value Village. Used stuff, cheap prices, great finds.)

Garage sales season is pretty much dead right now, but...

     If you have a passion for used stuff and still want to get deals don`t forget to visit :

     The Value Village  : They`re open 7 days a week, and they always have now stuff!

     The Salvation Army Thrift Stores : They`ve been around forever, and that`s where the greatest deals are made.

Incredible Deals and Collectibles to Be Found

If you are looking for great deals at Garage Sale type prices, stop on by One Of A Kind Antique and Collectibles.

We have two floors of exciting and interesting items for you to browse. Our converted factory features over 50,000 square feet of antiques, collectible, furniture and just about anything else you can think of.

It is definitely worth the drive: to:
One Of A Kind
97 Wilson St. Woodstock
Open 10 AM to 5 PM
7 Days a week!
Exit the 401 at Hwy. 59 North and drive 5 minutes