Thursday, March 10, 2022
▪️Bank Street between Cooper St. and Slater St is closed March 11th through 13th for the free Fire & Ice Winter Exhibit, an interactive light and sound tour featuring seven video installations and projections. Purchase from participating businesses along the Fire & Ice Exhibit route and you’ll receive a ticket to be entered into a massive prize draw. Enjoy the show from 6:00pm to midnight on Friday and Saturday, and 6:00pm to 11:00pm on Sunday.
▪️Do you like hiking as well as sitting by the fire? Adventure Report offers a handy guide to the fire pits located along the trails in Gatineau Park. They’re stocked with wood by the NCC, so all you have to do is bring your lighter or matches and a fire starter like paper.
Saturday March 12th is Art and Found Day, when artists all over the ▪️world hide free art in their communities for residents to find. According to the Art and Found interactive map, at least 10 artists in Ottawa-Gatineau will be participating. If you’re spending the weekend outside of Ottawa, check the map for participating artists near you.
▪️Book now for a creative flower workshop in centrepieces or hand tie bouquets, from Roam Flora. Once per month June through September the solar-powered cut flower farm is offering three hour Harvest & Create experiences, which start with some instruction, followed by a wander through the fields to pick your flowers and foliage. Finally, you’ll create your centrepiece or hand tied bouquet. $150. 107 Mantil Side Road, off Upper Dwyer Hill Road.
▪️Museum of Nature is hiring bilingual, occasional and part time Hosts for the Visit Planning team. Wages start at $24.32 per hour.
▪️As we previously reported Moonroom is hiring in advance of their reopening on April 1st. They’re searching for a kitchen lead and team members, and invite interested people to send a resumé to [email protected]om.
▪️The National Capital Commission has ten jobs on offer from Senior Planner to Landscape Architect. They are also accepting applications for their student programme for post-secondary returnees.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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