Whatever the weather may hold, your vaccine status may be, or your comfort level with the people-ly-ness of events, the nation’s capital has got a selection of food, tunes, arts, culture and activities for you this weekend!
Little Jo Berry’s
If the tulips springing up around town are any indication then there’s some truth to the old saying that April showers bring May flowers.
Little Jo Berry’s has launched a podcast showcasing the people behind our favourite local shops and brands.
Well, we blinked and it’s September. That means two things: pumpkin spice and back to school.
June’s Awesome Ottawa award goes to the Young Arts Leaders Collective to support the inclusion of free art with takeout orders at local restaurants.
Sage donates her time to not-for-profits doing good work. Actively involved in bettering the city, she is an example of a community builder and an outstanding graphic designer.
There’s a lot of good food in Ottawa.
Little Jo Berry’s 3rd Birthday Party is happening this Friday at the Bronson Centre.
The weekend has arrived and it is time to get out and about and enjoy the goings on in this fine city. There is plenty to see and do—and eat—this weekend, so we will get right to it.
The days are growing longer and spring is just around the corner. In the wee hours of Sunday morn’, we will spring forward and the sun will set an hour later.
The season’s wind down is upon us and the days are growing shorter. Thankfully for all, this holiday weekend is a day longer than typical and we can enjoy another late summer’s night.
Looking to get your matcha fix? We’ve rounded up some of the best matcha in the city!
For the past 4 years, Jenna and Kayla Spagnoli have been creating a unique space for women led local businesses and initiatives to share their work with the public and on November 12, the Feminist Twins are going to do it again.
National Doughnut day happens on the first Friday of June, so if you missed it this year, have no fear! Luckily for us in Ottawa, every day can be doughnut day as more and more bakeries and boutique shops are offering a staggering variety of our favourite fried treat.
Faunapparel, a new Ottawa business, launched earlier this year with a line of sweatshop free clothing and a goal of proving that compassion is always in style.