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The Eco-Maker’s Market x Bunz Meet-Up

Save The Date! The Eco-Maker’s Market is a bazaar featuring local, environmentally-conscious crafts, design goods, and lifestyle items combining ethics, social good, and beauty for a curated, truly one-of-a-kind eco-market experience. We are teaming up with Bunz and hosting a community Bunz Meet-Up at the market. We want to bring our communities together. Saturday, July 14, […]

Dickinson Days Festival

This weekend event celebrates the birthday of Manotick’s founder Moss Kent Dickinson starting with a parade and fireworks Friday night! The rest of the weekend will include a street fair with lots of vendors selling crafts, food, and so much more! There will be games, crafts, music and even special guest appearances. There’s something fun […]

Market Days – Pop-up Shop!

Come shop and experience Ottawa’s newest art studio, Hello Studios by lovISart! A free pop-up shop featuring local artists and artisans with Mother’s Day ready and priced gifts. Angela Kelly – https://www.instagram.com/angelakellydesigns/ Adam Guzman-Poole – Manifesto Crafts Jane Snider – Jane Snider Pottery Cottage Blue Home – https://cottagebluehome.com/ Rebecca Clouatre – https://rebeccaclouatre.com/ Josee Taylor – https://www.facebook.com/joseetaylorart/ Brenda Scherloski Emily […]

Foodie Friday: Making the Link – Sausages and Beer

Aren’t sausage puns the wurst? Beer and sausages: a perfect pairing. Below I’d like to call attention to two venues in Ottawa’s east end where you can indulge your palate with these two German delicacies. Beechwood’s newly opened Clarkstown Kitchen and Bar (formerly El Mason) has modernized the historical beer and sausage marriage and taken it […]

Foodie Friday: Support local this holiday season at the Christmas Markets

Fresh off the wildly successful Support Local initiative in October comes the Christmas Market. Opening its doors this past Sunday, the Christmas Market will be held at the new Landsdowne Park for a total of five days this month. The 116-year-old Aberdeen Pavilion, colloquially known as the Cattle Castle, celebrated the commencement of the new […]