Monday, September 28, 2015

No money. No barter. No trade. 

Everything is free at the Really Really Free Market!!

Join us between 10am and 4pm at Campbell Avenue Park (225 Campbell Avenue, northwest of Lansdowne Subway Station)

* You don't have to bring anything
* If you bring items, please bring them before 3 pm
* Please only bring items that are clean and in working condition
* We can't accept large items, unless you leave your contact info and are available to pick them up if they are leftover at the end of the day

All are welcome! Bring your roommates, friends, family, neighbours...!

Thank you!.....Free Market LOVE!!!! ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

Depending on the weather, we will be in the park or in the clubhouse.


Monday, September 14, 2015

Missing CD

Hello friends of the RRFM! 
A CD was accidentally donated on September 5th and we hope that one of you might have it and be willing to return it to the RRFM. It's a CD for a "Canadian Securities Course" and it is covered in packaging described as 'dusty blue background with black drawings, for a Canadian band'. 
Please email us at if you have any leads. Thank you!

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Reflections on the September 5th RRFM

Thank you to everyone who joined in on the community fun at the latest RRFM!  It was a beautiful, sunny day and we enjoyed a steady flow of community members and awesome items through our spot in the park.  Seasoned market-goers and new faces came together to chat, laugh, drop stuff off, and pick through some amazing collections (including a new ART section!) that have now found new homes.

We look forward to seeing you all at the next RRFM, scheduled for October 3.  If you are interested in volunteering with the RRFM please email us at RRFM LOVVVVVE!!!!!!

Friday, September 4, 2015


This is a friendly reminder that the RRFM will take place tomorrow from 10am-4pm at Campbell Park!!
If you haven't been to the RRFM before, we aim to create community by:

1.     Giving space: Following people who bring items to the market or waiting next to them while they put their items on the table is inappropriate.

2.     Courtesy: Take turns examining items.
3.     Sharing: Competing for goods contradicts the market’s mission of sharing.
4.     Friendship & community: We are here to have fun together!

5.     Common sense: The market is not a recycling facility, and cannot accept broken, torn or stained items.

There is also a "shopping cart" guideline for collecting materials; single market-goers are kindly asked to limit their collections to one shopping cart worth of items before 3pm, for families a maximum of two shopping carts. Our hope with this guideline is that it will allow as many different people coming to the market to have the opportunity to access as many different items as possible. Keep in mind though that after 3pm, anyone is free to take as much as they like. Feel free to email us at if you have any questions. Thanks, and free market love to all!