Apply To Be A Vendor At 

The Eco Lifestyle Market

The fee is to participate as a vendor at The Eco Lifestyle Market is $113.00 (per date) to which you will be provided a 6x2 space. We do NOT provide tables, you must bring your own tables, chairs and if needed racks. We do not offer split tables and do not allow table splitting.

To be eligible to vend at one of our markets you must explain or demonstrate how your product is eco-friendly, sustainable, locally made and or natural. Applications from resellers will NOT be accepted. You must craft your own goods or be involved in the process. Please include links to your social media or place where we may view your work.

If you are looking for our affiliated markets and their applications please find them below. 

The Trinity Bellwoods Flea

Please click here to be redirected to that website.

Toronto's Monthly Market.

Toronto Entrepreneurs Connect 

Please click here to be directed to that website. 

A platform for sellers who want to focus on e-commerce sales and build their reach. 

Offering quarterly markets. 

TTES: Team Toronto Etsy Sellers 

Please click here to be directed to their team page. Vendor calls are done through this page. 

An Etsy team made of sellers in Toronto and the GTA.  Please note to be eligible for team markets and events. You must have an open and active Etsy shop. 

Holiday Market - December 13th 2020 (The Great Hall)

Summer Market - July 11th 2021 (The Great Hall) 

We review each application with care. To ensure a balanced and curated marketplace only accepted applicants will be contacted. If you have not received an acceptance 24hrs after your application was submitted, you have not been selected to vend. Vendors are accepted based on the merit of product and or service. The Eco Lifestyle Market is an inclusive and safe space. We welcome vendors, artisans, and small businesses of all races, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identities.

We wish to acknowledge this land on which The Eco Lifestyle Market operates. For thousands of years, it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land. We acknowledge Toronto as Tkaronto first. 

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