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22 May, 2013

Fill your head – and your heart – this weekend at Art in the Alley

Posted by andrea tomkins in: Fishbowl patrons|Ottawa

I wanted to share a bit of fun news from longtime Fishbowl patron Alison Fowler. She’s been busy planning a really cool weekend art event that will feature some of her work as well as paintings by Ross Rheaume and Andrew King. Opening night is Friday May 24, and all the action will be outside in the alley beside her studio at 1395 and 1391 Wellington Street in Wellington West Village. There’ll be music, refreshments, and of course, amazing art.

If you can’t make it Friday night, make an outing out of it on Saturday or Sunday between 11 and 5:00 p.m. Strap the kids into the Chariot (or maybe they’re big enough to ride on their own) and combine it with a meal or a visit to some stops along that bit of the strip… like the Wellington Diner, Ottawa Bagelshop, or the Herb & Spice for something fresh for dinner.

Now does that sound like a worthwhile excursion or what?

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  • Jennifer: That is really cool. I was wondering if you kept it outdoors? There is research on hatching monarchs indoors that it compromises them. They need the
  • Ted Benkhe: Jim Burns made a great point re visitation. I,m sure that the peace park will present very well after the volunteers who maintain it have worked th
  • andrea tomkins: I'm glad you find it restful Bonnie! I didn't on that day. :)
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