Going Out

Glassblowing | Bhat Boy at Orange | Mistletoe & Ivy

       Photo courtesy Ottawa Glassblowing Co-op

Ottawa Glassblowing Co-op opens
After a short hiatus, glassblowing is back at the corner of Gladstone and Loretta. Flo Glassblowing closed earlier this year; in its place is the Ottawa Glassblowing Co-op, a member-based group with lots of opportunities for trying your hand at the fine art of working with molten glass. Opening day includes demonstrations and prizes and a chance to chat with the welcoming group behind the OGC.
Free
Saturday, Nov. 16, 12 – 5 p.m.
Ottawa Glassblowing Co-op, 957C Gladstone Ave. 

The Great Fire of Ottawa, 1900. By Bhat Boy

Bhat Boy at Orange
Indulge your inner pyro at this exhibit by Bhat Boy, a long-time resident known for his bright interpretations of the city. This series features images of the Great Fire of Ottawa in 1900, as well as the Notre Dame fire earlier this year.
Free
November 14 – December 1
Orange Art Gallery, 250 City Centre

Booth Street during the Fire. By Bhat Boy
Expect lots of handmade goods from local vendors at Mistletoe & Ivy Handmade Market

Mistletoe & Ivy handmade market
Hosted by Grow Studios, a group that helps people who face barriers to employment develop skills, this annual market offers a unique opportunity to support their programs — by shopping their woodshop, pottery, and jewellery collections. There’s also a long list of local local artisans selling handcrafted goods, food, and drink.
$2 ($16 and under free)
Sat., Nov. 16, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
AllSaints event space, 10 Blackburn Ave