There is still time to go through your household items to identify what items could be brought to the REmarket to be re-used or recycled. Let’s keep unwanted items out of the garbage!
The next REmarket happens May 18 - 19 at the St. Lawrence Market Temporary Farmers' Market Tent, 125 The Esplanade @ Market St.
For details please download flyer below to view and to print for local distribution.
High Resolution Flyer for Printing
From the Market Gallery
The hours of the Market Gallery (located in the St. Lawrence Market's South Building) are now Wednesday to Friday, 11 am – 5 pm and Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm.
The Market Gallery is pleased to present a guided tour of the current exhibit, "60 Works / 60 Years: Toronto Outdoor Art Fair at 60" on Thursday, May 26 and Thursday, July 7 from 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm. The tour will be led by Flavio Belli, an artist, curator and long-time friend of the Art Fair. Admission is free but spaces are limited. Please register at eventbrite.ca.
Open Doors Toronto
Once again the Market Gallery will be participating in the annual Doors Open Toronto event, this year taking place Saturday May 28 and Sunday May 29. Admission is free and the event runs from 10 am to 5 pm each day, with last admission at 4:30. Visitors will be able to view the current exhibit and staff will be on hand to answer questions about the history of the building. There will be no access to the 3rd floor art vault this year.
The Market Gallery
95 Front Street E., 2nd Floor
Waterfront for All Annual General Meeting
**NOTE**: The St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association is a founding member of the Waterfront for All group.
The Waterfront For All group is hosting their Annual General Meeting on May 24th from 7 - 9 p.m. on the Zoom videoconferencing platform.
Go to www.waterfrontforall.ca to register for the Zoom link.
To view the May 24th AGM agenda click here.
Market Street Closure!
From the St. Lawrence Market Business Improvement Association
(Old Town Toronto):
This notice is to inform you that the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA (Old Town Toronto), with support of the resident led St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association, in partnership with the St Lawrence Market, working with the City of Toronto, will be closing Market Street, (Front Street to The Esplanade) to open it up to pedestrians from early June to late September 2022.
Public furniture, pop-up entertainment and food events are currently being planned to activate the pedestrianized street. We hope you will come enjoy this newly transformed public space!
If you have any questions, please contact Stephen-Thomas Maciejowski at
416-410-9242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Operations and Special Projects
St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA
STREET: The Bentway's Summer Season
From the Bentway Conservancy
I hope you're all doing well! We are very excited to share details about our upcoming STREET season which, in the tradition of The Bentway, reconsiders the role of the street and asks how our roadways can better perform as public spaces supporting improvisation, innovation, and action.
The Street Summit which is a 2-day public event on May 27th and 28th that assembles citizens, urbanists, designers, researchers, city-builders and artists alike to consider how we can challenge traditional understandings of city streets. Think conference meets workshop meets art project meets the underside of the highway!
Bodies in Urban Spaces, taking place from May 26th-28th is a performance on the run, where a group of dancers explore the city streets and surrounding architecture to reveal the unseen urban fabric.