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Big Love Craft Market

The BIG LOVE craft market is back for its 4th year, and its going to be more fun than ever with a family-fun day market + a valentines date night market (seriously though, can we say girl date, bromance… no ones judging who you bring as your date). DAY MARKET: From 10am-3pm at Makerspace North […]

Marché Artisan Atrium Craft Market (by Freewheeling Craft)

Sure to be the merriest urban marketplace, we are taking over the newly renovated atrium at the National Arts Centre for a craft market showcasing the highest quality handmade goods + design. 25 local makers, coffee shop, live music, giveaways. Free to attend.

Holiyay Freewheeling Craft Market

The merriest + brightest craft shopping experience of the season, explore 100 local makers over 2 days in a warehouse turned lively marketplace. Kickoff your holiday shopping with 1oo handmade brands, sip + eat, free kids crafts, giveaways. Last year a happy shopper left saying THERE WAS NO JUNK IN THERE! That’s because we curate […]

OMM takes over Orange Art Gallery tonight!

When Jessica Vermette and Jenna Hutcheson graduated from university, both chose not to begin immediately pursuing careers in their respective fields. The friends decided to adventure down the creative path and opened their own flower design business, L’Orangerie Pop Up Flower Shop. With a creative small business of their own in its early stages, they began to […]

Foodie Friday: Tooth & Nail Brewing Company

It’s becoming almost a weekly activity for me to receive news of a new Ottawa brewery opening and then working with the beautiful people at Apt613 to help spread the news. To be clear, this is no complaint but praise for the outstanding growth of the brewing community locally. What’s even better about all this […]

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 […]