OCIC Holiday Pop-up Marketplace and Celebration

Event Details

Kick-start the action at OCIC’s Holiday Pop-up Marketplace (FREE-ENTRY) — home to ethically produced and fair-trade gifts, free activities for children and youth to learn about social issues, and time for you to connect with prominent social activists, gender equality warriors, and feminist movement makers…

Visit to the beautiful and accessible Centre for Social Innovation event space, in the heart of the city and be a part of the action to shop ethically, eco-friendly, and locally this holiday. Find your unique holiday gifts from our vendors: African Bronze Honey Company, A Million Elephants, Ark Imports, Big Village, Chic Made Consciously, Dandarah, JustOne, La Villa Goods, Mamaa Trade, MYTORONTO, NeedsList, Progoti, ROOTA, Springbay Studio Ltd., Southbrook Vineyards, Tibetan Paper & Handicraft, UnWrapIt, Vironika Tugaleva, and more.

Bring your children, friends and neighbours for our free Children’s Holiday Craft Activities, including face painting, crafting table, and planting pot decorating.
We are also proud to announce our 3 FREE workshops with our partners, gender expert Karen Craggs-Milne, FoodShare Toronto, and Skills for Change.

Join us from 7:00-9:00 PM in your holiday best for a FREE (limited time offer) evening celebration with light refreshments, live entertainment by Renee the Voice, and your chance to win a door prize.

Hot Chocolate, Coffee & Tea, Beer & Wine will be available for purchase throughout the day and evening.

When: Saturday, November 8, 2018 • Marketplace: 1-6 PM | Evening Celebration: 7-9 PM

Where: The Centre for Social Innovation Spadina, 192 Spadina Ave., Toronto (Ground Floor Event Space)

Cost: FREE (limited time offer for Celebration tickets)
The OCIC Holiday Pop-Up Marketplace is FREE!! In the spirit of holiday giving, any donations are greatly appreciated online, or at the door. Your donation will help to support OCIC’s ongoing efforts to bring diverse youth from across Ontario into the heart of our collective work for universal sustainable development.

*This event is a positive space and is WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE

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