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Celebrate summer this weekend at the Caribbean Food Market

Celebrate summer this weekend at the Caribbean Food Market

Celebrate summer this weekend at the Caribbean Food Market

Celebrate the last long weekend of summer, island-style at the Caribbean Food Market. Taking place on September 5 at Stackt Market from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., the festival promises the sounds, tastes and vibe of the Caribbean.

Hosted by Neale's Sweet N' Nice Ice Cream, the Caribbean Food Market will celebrate local black-owned businesses, including Lush Infusions, Fat Boy Coconut Water, Eastend Vegan, Nerpy's Hot Sauce Inc. and many more. Visitors will also have a chance to win Longo's gift cards valued at $5 to $250.

Face masks will be required to enter the socially-distant event and vendors will be spaced out to avoid lines and overcrowding.

With live steel pan music, sunshine in the forecast and tasty eats, including some of Toronto's most tropical ice cream in flavours including pineapple/coconut, mango and rum raisin, the Caribbean Food Market promises to be a properly sunny send-off to summer. It's also a great way to support small, local businesses as you enjoy one of the last Saturdays of the season.

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Toronto Festivals

Caribbean Food Market

Stackt Market

Celebrate summer this weekend at the Caribbean Food Market

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Celebrate summer this weekend at the Caribbean Food Market

Christine Peddie

Christine Peddie

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Celebrate the last long weekend of summer, island-style at the Caribbean Food Market. Taking place on September 5 at Stackt Market from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., the festival promises the sounds, tastes and vibe of the Caribbean.

Hosted by Neale's Sweet N' Nice Ice Cream, the Caribbean Food Market will celebrate local black-owned businesses, including Lush Infusions, Fat Boy Coconut Water, Eastend Vegan, Nerpy's Hot Sauce Inc. and many more. Visitors will also have a chance to win Longo's gift cards valued at $5 to $250.

Face masks will be required to enter the socially-distant event and vendors will be spaced out to avoid lines and overcrowding.

With live steel pan music, sunshine in the forecast and tasty eats, including some of Toronto's most tropical ice cream in flavours including pineapple/coconut, mango and rum raisin, the Caribbean Food Market promises to be a properly sunny send-off to summer. It's also a great way to support small, local businesses as you enjoy one of the last Saturdays of the season.

Tags:

Toronto Festivals

Caribbean Food Market

Stackt Market