Tonight support local and win big at the 7th annual Bettye Hyde TriviaNight.
Roll up to All Saints (317 Chapel at the corner of Laurier St) for the FUNdraiser in support of the Co-Op nursery’s move to the beautiful Carriage House at 43 Blackburn. The move to the new digs will not only house the excellent local daycare but provide space for other great businesses serving the community. The Carriage House on Blackburn is all set to become a local entrepreneurial hub and creative outlet in Sandy Hill.
Tonight’s festivities and fun kick off at 5:30 with a cocktail party and silent auction that wraps up at 7:30. The Cocktail hour(s) is FREE admission with a cash bar so come out to this even if you aren’t staying for the quiz.
Trivia night kicks off at 8pm. Businesses donating and supporting include: 18, Social, Murray Street, Saslove’s, Chateau Laffeyette, A Curious Shop, Mrs Tiggy Winkles, Magpie Jewellery, Road Trip Clothing and so very much more!
Ok we always strive to live local – it’s why we love our urban hood – and this weekend it is easier than ever thanks to all the great merchants and artists kicking off the good times.
The event of the weekend has got to be Auntie Loo’s Treats Grand Opening – YES she is HERE – this Saturday but first ….
This is the final weekend for the Extremely Short New Play Festival. Ten plays under 10minutes each and they are all really good. Seriously, you should go. Nightly at 8pm til Sunday @ArtsCourt Theatre, 2 Daly Ave.
Thursday head down to SAW Gallery for Cafe Ex the showcase for independent experimental films. Tonight’s edition features the work of award-winning film-maker and photographer Bridget Farr. An Ottawa native Farr has screened films and worked all over the world and will be in attendance tonight to introduce & discuss 9 of her films. An outstanding opportunity to meet a local & international gem. Club SAW, 7pm
On Friday we keep it local again with Customer Appreciation Night at A Curious Shop. This wonderful boutique is co-owned by a Sandy Hill creative and is jam-packed with one-off, unique clothes and accessories that you simply will not find anywhere else! If, like us, you keep it fresh & fun then this is the shop for you. The evening promises tasty treats, fire spinning, discounts, manicures and more. It’s all happening at 159 York St from 5pm.
Looking for a little hip hop to round off your Friday? Check out Rwandan-born Canadian artist Shad headlining at Ritual Nightclub with Vancouver’s We are the City and local Ottawa band Zoo Legacy. Friday at Ritual Nightclub 137 Besserer st.
Saturday it’s the event of the weekend! Have you heard? There is a new yummy scrummy bakery and they’re throwing a launch party!
Saturday 11am-4pm head to Auntie Loo’s Treats to discover just how delicious vegan cupcakes, scones, whoopie pies (and more) can be! The event poster cautions us to wear loose pants as there will be plenty of samples to whet your new local addiction. The Rideau Valley Roller girls are putting in an appearance, there is a BBQ and neighbouring businesses are joining in too. See you at Auntie Loo’s Treats 112 Nelson (across from Loblaw’s parking garage entrance) Unit101 C.
Finally on Sunday prep for party season at the Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show. In keeping with our love of all things unique and inventive we are sure there will be both quirky and glamorous finds for you to discover. Ottawa Convention Centre 10am-5pm.
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