Monthly Archives: May 2012


If you are a vendor at a flea market, farmers market or swap meet and would like to tell the world about yourself, here’s the place to do it – just click on this link > here < or click on the “Vendors” tab (top right corner of the navigation bar) and I’ll send you the details of how to get your name and market posted FREE plus how to get a more detailed listing at a very affordable price.

Great Information on Buying & Selling

You may have noticed I have put up some links (top right-hand column next to this post titled Links to Help You Sell More) to some great information about buying and selling on Craigslist, eBay and in other markets. These are from Skip McGrath (down in Seattle) whom I have met and have followed for a decade now. Skip knows his stuff and I have purchased a number of his eBooks myself. To learn how to sell better, find things to sell and generally become a better buyer & seller you should check them out, they are well worthwhile and recommended by me.

Happy Marketing!


Saturday June 2,  2012
11 am – 4pm

$6 at the door, plus a bag of clean clothes to swap.
(leave with all the clothes that you can carry!)
*Swappers receive 2 for 1 admission to Art Deco Chic

1100 Chestnut St
Vancouver, BC V6J 3J9
Neighbourhood: Kitsilano

(604) 736-4431

How To Get Here By Bus
We’re just one stop from downtown!

Take the #22, #2, or #32.
Exit at Cornwall and Cypress.
Walk North-East (towards the water).

How To Get Here By Car From Downtown

Cross the Burrard Street bridge
Turn right onto Cornwall Street (keep right as you come off the bridge)
Turn right at Chestnut Street (this will be the first street)
Park at the MOV!

How To Get Here By Car From the South

Take Burrard Street going north
Keep left
Turn left onto Cornwall Street (just before Burrard Street bridge)
Turn right at Chestnut Street (this will be the first street)
Park at the MOV!

Take the False Creek Ferries

The False Creek Ferries is a fun way to get to Vanier Park from downtown and other destinations along False Creek. They drop off passengers on the shore of Vanier Park. Just walk south-east to reach our building.

Take the Trolley

The Vancouver Trolley Company (a little red trolley) has a hop-on hop-off option that allows you to visit the MOV and other popular Vancouver attractions. (Please note the trolley is not wheelchair accessible).

About Our Parking

We have ample pay parking available