A market will 'pop up' in Harmony Square

News Oct 11, 2017 by Victoria Gray Brant News

The free market takes on new meaning in Brantford.

The second annual fall Pop-Up Street Store will appear in Harmony Square this Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. offering free clothes, linens, household items and much more for everyone.

Jennifer Middleton, the city's community events co-ordinator, said there was something for everyone.

“There is a huge variety of things for men, women and children and it's going to be a really great time,” she said.

The Pop-Up Street Store has toiletries, feminine hygiene products, razors for both men and women, and more.

The SPCA will be there offering free pet food products.

The Pop-Up Street Store has partnered with Socktober and Bragust to offer new socks and new or gently-used bras.

“It's something people need, but it's not always something people think to donate. There will be plenty,” she said.

Volunteers from Devlin's Advocate will fire up the barbecue at 11 a.m. to cook and give away 300 hotdogs, donated by Zehrs on King George Road.

At noon, the Downtown Central Neighbourhood association will kick off a block party in the square with a DJ, games, food, prizes and more.

If there is inclement weather, the market and party will move into the basement of the market Square Mall.

Volunteers are accepting household items and clothing donations from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday at 150 Aviation Dr. and on Friday at city hall from 8:20 a.m. to 11 a.m.

For more information, visit the Pop-Up Street Store Brantford Facebook page.

A market will 'pop up' in Harmony Square

The free market with clothes, linens, shoes and toiletries will show up on Sunday

News Oct 11, 2017 by Victoria Gray Brant News

The free market takes on new meaning in Brantford.

The second annual fall Pop-Up Street Store will appear in Harmony Square this Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. offering free clothes, linens, household items and much more for everyone.

Jennifer Middleton, the city's community events co-ordinator, said there was something for everyone.

“There is a huge variety of things for men, women and children and it's going to be a really great time,” she said.

The Pop-Up Street Store has toiletries, feminine hygiene products, razors for both men and women, and more.

The SPCA will be there offering free pet food products.

The Pop-Up Street Store has partnered with Socktober and Bragust to offer new socks and new or gently-used bras.

“It's something people need, but it's not always something people think to donate. There will be plenty,” she said.

Volunteers from Devlin's Advocate will fire up the barbecue at 11 a.m. to cook and give away 300 hotdogs, donated by Zehrs on King George Road.

At noon, the Downtown Central Neighbourhood association will kick off a block party in the square with a DJ, games, food, prizes and more.

If there is inclement weather, the market and party will move into the basement of the market Square Mall.

Volunteers are accepting household items and clothing donations from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday at 150 Aviation Dr. and on Friday at city hall from 8:20 a.m. to 11 a.m.

For more information, visit the Pop-Up Street Store Brantford Facebook page.

A market will 'pop up' in Harmony Square

The free market with clothes, linens, shoes and toiletries will show up on Sunday

News Oct 11, 2017 by Victoria Gray Brant News

The free market takes on new meaning in Brantford.

The second annual fall Pop-Up Street Store will appear in Harmony Square this Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. offering free clothes, linens, household items and much more for everyone.

Jennifer Middleton, the city's community events co-ordinator, said there was something for everyone.

“There is a huge variety of things for men, women and children and it's going to be a really great time,” she said.

The Pop-Up Street Store has toiletries, feminine hygiene products, razors for both men and women, and more.

The SPCA will be there offering free pet food products.

The Pop-Up Street Store has partnered with Socktober and Bragust to offer new socks and new or gently-used bras.

“It's something people need, but it's not always something people think to donate. There will be plenty,” she said.

Volunteers from Devlin's Advocate will fire up the barbecue at 11 a.m. to cook and give away 300 hotdogs, donated by Zehrs on King George Road.

At noon, the Downtown Central Neighbourhood association will kick off a block party in the square with a DJ, games, food, prizes and more.

If there is inclement weather, the market and party will move into the basement of the market Square Mall.

Volunteers are accepting household items and clothing donations from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday at 150 Aviation Dr. and on Friday at city hall from 8:20 a.m. to 11 a.m.

For more information, visit the Pop-Up Street Store Brantford Facebook page.