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Pop-Up Pick: find stylish stuff for kids at Crown Flora’s spring market

Pop-Up Pick: find stylish stuff for kids at Crown Flora's spring market
(Images: Rufus and Murdog)

Rufus and Murdog is a new online children’s boutique started by Ana-Maria Klizs (the Toronto mommy blogger behind Bluebird Kisses), and Nicole Biasucci. This Saturday, May 9, parents will be able to browse the duo’s “whimsical yet practical” range of indie and Canadian-made goods (handcrafted dreamcatchers, organic cotton headbands) in person, at Parkdale florist Crown Flora’s spring market. Handmade totes from Bookhou and architectural jewellery from White Feather Designs will be up for grabs—as will Glory Hole Doughnuts, for a pre- or post-shopping sugar break. Dads on the hunt for a last-minute Mother’s Day gift can snag the label’s customizable 14-karat gold necklace.

May 9, 11-5. 1322 Queen St. W., rufusandmurdog.com

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