Between lockdowns and curfews, we’re low on organized events to share this weekend. So besides a friendly reminder to make safe choices, we’ve got a few suggestions lined up for your weekend.
Part 18 of our local holiday gift guide covers all the bases for Ottawa sports fans on your list.
Finding the best gift for the craft beer lover in your life is easy if you live in Ottawa.
Alright, so we are tired of staying at home. But we still need to, and so the perfect holiday gift this year might be something to bring joy to someone special’s home environment! Check out these gifts for a cozy home life.
If you’re anything like me, there are always a bunch of tiny bits and bobs that would be perfect to gift, but not worth the effort of wrapping up and putting under the tree. Conveniently, for those items, we have stockings. It’s always a joy to watch someone pull a bunch of tiny surprises from a giant sock.
With so many arts and culture organizations affected by closures and and shutdowns this year, why not give the gift of culture to the person who has everything?
Whether you’re shopping for a plant guru or novice, here are some local plant shops that will brighten any face and space!
Whether you consume alcohol or not, there’s something for everyone in these recipes using locally made spirits, wines, cordials, bitters, and even kombucha. There are nearly 10 vineyards in the valley as well, most of whom offer curbside pickup through the holidays.
Here are some fun and festive (and free) ways to get out and get into the holiday spirit.
Today, owning art doesn’t necessarily have to be an “investment” anymore. Thanks to the variety of formats, sizes, and materials available, artists are creating pieces that we can own or gift for pure enjoyment.
You’ve found the perfect gift. You’ve wrapped it up. But it’s missing that little extra something to make it more personal and sentimental: a card.
Sometimes, the best gifts are memories and shared experiences. Are you looking for something fun and safe to do with your friends, family, and loved ones, which you can give instead of a physical gift? Here are some great options.
Part 6 of Apt613’s holiday shopping guide is focused (get it?) on you and the people you love.
There’s a very big difference between people who like to eat and people who like to cook. So when buying gifts for the former, make sure it’s something they can consume as-is, rather than having to transform it somehow (other than reheating, which most people are fine with).
Some people like to cook. Some people like to eat. Some like to do both!