Fall and Winter Markets in the Glebe
This season, it’s a great excuse to shop sustainably and look good, too.
The Glebe is a paradise for bargain hunters, eclectic collectors, vintage fanatics, and thrift shoppers. Starting in September and stretching all throughout the Winter you’ll be able to explore local options and handmade goods.
The Ottawa Farmer’s Market
As the only year-round farmer’s Market in Ottawa, we encourage you to take advantage of the full-season opportunities for locally made and sourced merchandise. While it is hosted outdoors during the summer months, it gets nice and cozy in Aberdeen Pavilion for the Winter Markets.
Click here to check out dates, times, and vendors.
Another Lansdowne staple is 613Flea, a not-for-profit market that features an ever-changing array of homemade treasures and vintage finds. You’ve got two more opportunities to check them out in 2022, before they come back for the 2023 season in the Spring.
October 15 |10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
November 19 | 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Click here to check out a vendor list and look out for updates!
The Real Fly Market
Fly Market brings together artists and designers to feature curated vintage street finds and designer retailers. Come check out the flyest of goods in Ottawa.
Next Fly Market in the Glebe: October 8 |11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
It is held in the TOTW parking lot at 581 Bank Street. Follow along on their Facebook page for updates and new dates in the calendar.
Square Lemon Artistic Association
Love to craft?
These markets offer 40 local vendors selling their handmade art and items each time. Square Lemon markets always offer a free workshop – something fun and quick to make – because who doesn’t love to craft!
Their next market will be held on September 25 from 10:30 a.m.- 3 p.m. Hosted at the Glebe Community Association – 175 Third Avenue.
Click here for a full run down of their upcoming 2022 market dates.
Picnic in the Park
Presented by Baby Mama Hustle, this baby-centric market will be hosted at the Horticulture building at Lansdowne. They’re bringing together 50+ local small business owners for this Fall inspired event. This market is passionate about bringing together local, creative mompreneurs. This is the perfect market for you and the kids!
September 25 |10am-3pm
Horticulture Building, Lansdowne
Click here for more details about the market.
Signatures Handmade Market
Since 1983, Signatures has been providing a uniquely Canadian marketplace with over 150 artists, artisans, makers, and designers. Come grab some handmade treasures that will last a lifetime.
Check them out at their new location, Aberdeen Pavilion, from October 20-23.
Thursday, October 20 |10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
Friday, October 21 |10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
Saturday, October 22 |10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Sunday, October 23 |10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Click here to read up on this exciting exhibit.
And while you’re in the Glebe, don’t forget to check out our year-round merchants selling preloved goods and clothing.
Compact Music is a record store that features hit hot off the press, but it also has crates of secondhand vinyl for you to peruse. From Dvorak to Doja Cat, they’ve got you covered.
Bad Dog co has an amazing selection of curated vintage streetwear. They buy and trade right in store, so it’s the perfect time for a fall clean out.
Always remember to support local and shop sustainably. The Glebe is a thrifters dream this fall