Issue 651 Volume 3 Number 151
It's Tuesday, November 15, 2022 and we’re in agreement with Citizen columnist Brigitte Pellerin who would like Ottawa’s kids to name the city’s snowplows, like they do in Scotland (Spready Mercury) and Michigan (Betty Whiteout). Pellerin suggested ‘Byplow Market’, we'd go with ‘Plowin’ Reynolds’.
7 Made in Canada calendars to give and to keep
▪️The gorgeous images of local birds in the Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre calendar ($25) were selected in a photography competition.
▪️The pages of the Garden Blooms 2023 Wall Calendar ($29.95) are adorned with rich illustrations of flowers, and feature Canadian and American holidays. Printed in Port Moody, BC.
▪️Toronto artist Alisha Davidson’s 12 Months of Wild Womxn includes phases of the moon and important dates in the pagan calendar ($28). Available at Victoire.
▪️View 12 different richly coloured landscapes by Perth-based artist Katherine Muir Miller in her 2023 wall calendar ($25), available for
pre-order from her gallery.
▪️The vivid depictions of animals and humans in the Indigenous Collection 2023 Wall Calendar with Jim Oskineegish Artworks are painted in the Shamanistic Woodland Style ($18.99).
▪️Photographer Chris Kelly has created a letter sized calendar of Nova Scotia landscapes and birds ($27).
▪️When you’re finished using the 2023 Buoys Modern Wall Calendarby Mezza Luna Studio ($23), you can use the mid-century modern inspired images as 4X6 postcards or wall art.
Pretty Woman: The Musical sashays into the National Arts Centre tonight for am eight-performance run.
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