Tuesday, June 14, 2022
Last Minute Father's Day Ideas
▪️Ten of Cups vegetarian/vegan pizza will be popping up at Dominion City Brewingon Father’s Day (June 19th) from 11:00am to 4:00pm. The brewery will also be releasing a new honey beer that same afternoon: Ghost in the Garden, a recent collaboration with Bapa’s Bees.
5510 Canotek Road Unit 15
▪️Dunrobin Distilleries’s Father’s Day gift is a real treat for whisky lovers. The Adventurer is a 750ml bottle of the distilleries’ award winning Canadian Whisky, 100ml bottles of Earl Grey Gin, Artisanal Gin, and Vodka, and a Glencairn crystal glass imported from Scotland. If your father figure loves locally crafted spirits, this gift is a winner. $89.95
▪️The Father’s Day Bundle from Broadhead Beer includes six cans of Lager, six cans of Pre-Prohibition Lager, a Meatings BBQ rub, and a Junior and the Kid BBQ sauce. $65.68.
▪️Meatings Barbecue is firing up the golf simulators on Sunday at 5380 Canotek Rd in Gloucester. Or order a heat-at-home kit of smoked beef short ribs, sourdough buns, mac ’n’ cheese, Bama sauce, smoked beans, coleslaw and cowboy candy. Order by June 16th for pick up on Saturday June 18th. $130.
▪️Take Dad to the Grand Opening of Adaawewigamig (“A place of selling or trading”), the social enterprise by Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G) at 55 ByWard Market Square. The shop sells a wide range of Indigenous fashion and products. Watch the opening ceremonies featuring Pow Wow dancing and big drum performances, then enjoy some shopping, food and drink, and workshops and cultural demos.
▪️If you own a farm (or you know someone who does), a production company is looking for land away from buildings on which to film a music video on June 23rd, between 4:00pm and midnight. Please contact Tony Belcourt [email protected]
▪️Farmers Jo and Joli of Ottawa Farm Fresh are looking for a merchandising coach to help them set up their displays and event tent, and to help plan the layout of their future shop. If you know merchandising, get in touch at [email protected]
▪️The City is hiring polling station workers for the October civic election. You don't even need to be old enough to vote – they'll take 16 years and above. Bilingual English/French speakers unsurprisingly will get priority.
Deals of the day
▪️The Betty x Bow Flash Sale is offering 20% off regular prices and an additional 20% off sale items all this week.
▪️Naughty Florals recently reopened after an extended break. Until 11:59pm tonight you can get the cheeky stationery brand’s stickers, notepads, and greeting cards at 20% off. Just use the code THANKYOU at checkout.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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